El Salvador, Salvadorean
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Mexico City: Agencia Salvadoreña de Prensa (SALPRESS), 1984-5. Four issues of the slender journal, 8.5x11 inches, each with three holes punched at left, (generally affecting only the margin, but sometimes slightly impinging on the text). Issues present are nos. 4/5, 6, 10, and 11. Pro-FMLN perspective. Includes coverage of the insurgency.
New York: ¡Claro! 1982. Report folder containing informational and outreach materials for the organization: a draft working copy of the brochure, press release and flyers; a statement by Evelyn Vargas-Castaneda, a Salvadorean-American from Davis, CA, on her brother's kidnapping in El Salvador, along with his photograph; several offprints of articles...
San Francisco: Comite de Salvadoreños Progresistas, 1977. Newspaper. 12p., tabloid format newspaper, illustrations, bilingual text in English & Spanish, very good on newsprint. Special issue on electoral fraud and popular protest in El Salvador. Published by Salvadoreño exiles in San Francisco.
Washington DC: SHARE (Salvadorean Humanitarian Aid, Research, and Education Foundation), 1985-86. Four issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, eight to ten pages per issue, last issue rather toned, otherwis eminor wear, with a yellowed rectangle on rear cover where address labels have come off. Issues present are vol. 4 nos...
Tustin CA: Medina Press, 1984. 52p., staplebound 8.5x7 inch self-wraps, edge-trimmed two-color cover, clean sound copy with mild signs of handling. Otto Rene Castillo, Wanda Coleman, Laurel Ann Bogen, Lyn Lifshin, Ray Lopez, Robert Peters, Jack Hirschman, for starters. The rather thorough vitae list reminds us that Otto Castillo was...
no place: no photographer, [1980s]. Photograph. Four b&w photographs of marchers in a rally carrying signs in Spanish, three of which are untrimmed otherwise very good. Signs in the march include the Federacion de Comites de Madres y Familiares, mentioning Oscar Romero and the Desaparecidos. One is of an American.....
San Salvador: IEJES, . Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries, 177p., softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch coated wraps; cover mildly rubbed, text bears a couple printing smudges (as issued), a good sound copy free of any ownership or institutional markings. Deals with a broad spectrum of concerns including "Crimes Against Suffrage"
n.p. n.p., [198-?]. 15.75x17 inch screen print depicting Milton Caniff cartoon characters Steve Canyon and the Dragon Lady, with the statement opposing involvement in El Salvador coming from the mouth of the Dragon Lady. Pinholes at corners, minor handling wear and toning. This image appeared in several contexts; a black.....