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Oakland, CA: Frontline, [198-]. Four-panel brochure seeking donations of equipment to support the Nicaraguan News Agency, seeks participants for an upcoming visit to Nicaragua and reproduces the text of a letter from the General Director of the Agency calling it "The Nicaraguan people's weapon against disinformation." 7x8.5 inches, very good...
Keshena, WI: the newsletter, 1975. 9p., legal-size mimeograph paper, text typed double-column and mimeo'd, a few sketches in the plate. Selfwraps, 14 x 8.5 inches, staplebound at upper left corner. Slightly browned, a mostly unhandled copy with an old fold-line as for mailing, now flat. Most notably, this issue reports...
New York: Daily Worker, [1937?]. Pamphlet. 10p., illustrated wraps with minor edge wear else very good condition, illus., 5x7 inches Promotional pamphlet for the Communist Party's Daily Worker. "Five million Americans are swallowing poison each day. They are swallowing it not through their mouths, but through their eyes. They are...
Los Angeles: Southern California Committee for The People's World, 1965. Yellow single-sheet invitation to an anniversary celebration on Feb. 7, 8.5 x 3.5 inches. "Program dedicated to Negro History Week featuring: Earldon Scales - baritone; Clevanson Penn - international dances; Frank Hamilton - folk singer."
New York: Cuba Resource Center, 1976. 35p., illus, semi-coated paperstock with double-column, typewriter-set text, in staplebound 11 x 8.5 inch glossy wraps, very minor wear and staples rusted without impact on publication. Issue reflects on forms of democracy, electoral and otherwise, in Cuba.
New York: Cuba Resource Center, 1974. 38p., 8.5 x 11 inches, stapled wraps, illus, double-column, typewriter-set text, wraps worn, front wrap lightly foxed else good condition. Issue focused on women in Cuba, with articles on women workers, maternity law, women heroes from Cuban history, the Federation of Cuban Women, and more.
New York: Cuba Resource Center, 1974. 38p., 8.5 x 11 inches, stapled wraps, illus, double-column, typewriter-set text, wraps worn, small stain on front wrap else good condition. Focuses on the changes to family structure, marriage, and divorce following the revolution with a small section on homosexuality.
Houston: Houston Breakthrough, 1977. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, 36, 32, 36p. respectively, issued on Nov. 18, 19, and 20, 1977, during the National Women's Conference in Houston. Each has a horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. "The three issues of Daily Breakthrough (Nov. 18, 19 & 20)...
Bonn: [state press of Germany], 1961. Press packet in 12x8 inch color cardstock folder containing translated-to-English statements in corner-stapled fascicles, some quite substantial, and glossy from-the-negative photos. Find 7 speeches by Franz Josef Strauss FDR minister of defence, 10 military reports, and ten or so 9.5x7 inch photographs. Several reports...
New York: The Associated Press, 1946. Four 7X9 inch B&W photos, together with browned paper paper notes bearing original AP wire service captions. One photo shows police on horseback prohibiting white-collar employees from crossing a picket line at Westinghouse Electric in Jersey City; two photos shows picketers at Western Electric.....
Berkshire, MA: Berkshire School, 1924-1925. Thirty issues of the prestigious private school newspaper for the 1924-25 academic year, profusely illustrated and with advertisements. Newspapers are crisp and clean, bound in green leather, worn at edges, with gold school emblem on the cover, embossed with name of Hallam L. Movius Jr....
Hong Kong: Xiangjiang chu ban you xian gong si, 1991. 80, 735 p.,  p. of plates, very good in wraps, text in Chinese with an English essay, "Gilbert Woo, Chinese-American journalist" by Him Mark Lai and Betty Lim. Collection of works by the liberal journalist who worked at several San Francisco-based Chinese-language newspapers.