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Beirut, Lebanon: Arab Women's Information Committee, 1969-1971. Seven issues of the occasional periodical, all 8.5x11 inches, mild wear; 4 to 12 pages per issue. Numbers present are vol. 3 nos. 1, 2, and 4, and special supplements for January and April 1969, June 1971, and an undated supplement from 1971.
Washington DC: Palestine Research and Educational Center, 1983-88. 31 issues of the slender staplebound magazine, generally very good, 8.5x11 inches, most with address label on back. Issues present are nos. 1-25, 27, 29, 30, 32-34. Coverage of Palestinian statehood efforts, diplomatic outreach, and much coverage of the war in Lebanon...
Washington DC: Palestine Information Office, 1978-82. 33 issues of the publication, from vol. 1 no. 1 to vol. 3 no. 13/14, missing vol. 3 no. 8. Generally very good, 8.5x11 inches, staplebound magazine, most with address label printed on back. Coverage of Palestinian statehood efforts, diplomatic outreach, and much coverage of the war in Lebanon.
Cologne: Konemann, 2000. Hardcover. 319p., captioned color site photography throughout on coated paperstock, first edition of the English-language edition, 12.5x11 inch boards in colorphoto dj, jacket feels a little handled with a few tiny wrinkles but no tears, no ownership marks whatsoever, a near-fine copy.
Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2018. Paperback. 174p., wraps, color illustrations (every page in color or colors), 5x7 inches, as new. Includes sections on political printmaking in Mexico, Lebanon and U.S. (Asian American arts org.), German antifa stickers, Incite! collage guerrillas in SF Bay Area, West Virginia Appalachian Movement Press, and...
Beirut, Lebanon: Hamazgayin, 1957. 88p., dark maroon cloth boards, 9.5x7 inches, gift inscription on title page, corners bumped, endpapers slightly yellowed, otherwise very good. Text in Armenian. Hamastegh, born in Western Armenia under Ottoman rule, immigrated to the US and lived in New York at the time of publication.
London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1958. Hardcover. 227p., map frontispiece, small sticker from old bookshop on rear paste-down endpaper, else very good condition signed by O'Kearney and with ownership signature of Judy Stone (long time San Francisco Chronicle critic and sister of I. F. Stone). No dj. On American foriegn policy...