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no place, surely DC: no publisher; State Dept? CIA? 1955. xxxiv, 241p., standard leaves reproduced double-sided from a massive typewritten mss, side-stitched under a printed rubricated cover leaf. A mimeo'd corrigenda sheet has been stapled maladroitly to verso of upper cover. Largely unmolested copy (not too surprising) that from age...
Chicago: Committee to end the Marion Lockdown, 2002. Paperback. 234p., introduction, illustrations, very good fifth edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The prisoners include African Americans, Hispanic Americans,Native Americans, European Americans, Japanese nationals etc. Each edition contains new information while released prisoners are not included; we are proud to note...
Shanghai: Guang ya shu ju, n.d. Four slender lithographed volumes, wraps bound with thread in traditional format; pages toned, first volume with corner chipping, otherwise very good. Title label on first volume. Undated Republican-era edition. Brief biographies of exemplary women, with illustrations at the top of some pages.
Ongole, India: Research Institute of Social Evolution, n.d. 90p., slender hardcover with portrait; several pages have minor highlighting. Collection of testimonials by colleagues and family members, remembering the life of the Dalit ('untouchable') who moved from Christianity to communism.
Phoenix: Fiesta Prods. 1983. Paperback. 258p., 8.5x11 inches, bilingual texts in Spanish and English, biographical data and b&w photos of Hispanic American professionals sectioned by profession, perfectbound glues aged and so the first few pages are cracking at binding otherwise very good trade paperback in white pictorial wraps.
Bonn: Inter Nationes, 1985. 136p., archival-grade paperstock throughout, profuse captioned period portraits (the inventors) and images (of devices), 11x8 inch decorated wraps; captions in four languages. Entire textblock along with covers bumped at upper corner, affecting every leaf, remains a good copy nonetheless.
[San Francisco]: the Association, [1928?]. Pamphlet. 26p., 6x9 inches, illustrations, very good in lightly-soiled printed stapled white wraps. The Association was founded to popularize Vallejo's contributions to the history of California and to convert his Sonoma home to landmark status. Primarily a history of Vallejo and the conquest of California...
Oakland: Quilombo ICM, 1995. Small box of ten cards with images of the ten inventors on front, biographical information on verso, a folded poster with the ten inventors' portraits, cover card with publication information, all very good. 4x5.5 inches, poster folds out to 12.25x16 inches, all b&w.