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New York: Hungarian Socialist Labor Federation, 1939. 40p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches; text in Hungarian. Single issue of the annual, "May First," published by a Hungarian immigrant affiliate of the Socialist Labor Party. Many ads from Hungarian-owned businesses in Detroit, Cleveland, and elsewhere.
New York: Abraham Ziegler, 1942. 36p., staplebound wraps, mild edgewear and toning. Ziegler had founded the journal after dissolving the Socialist Union Party, a small De Leonist group that had split from the Socialist Labor Party. A notice inside the front cover announces that publication will be suspended due to.....
New York: Freytag Printing Company, 1891. Pamphlet. 40p., original wraps chipped on the edges and fragile, internally in very good condition, 5.75x9.25 inches. The AFL reject the application of the Central Labor Federation of New York because the Socialist Labor Party was a member of the Federation. An early rejection.....
San Francisco: Hearst Corporation, 1897. 4p. sheet music, 10.5x14 inches, even toning, otherwise very good, illustrated with a color drawing of a well-dressed African American couple. “I sends da lady flowers, an’ I’se gwine to claim her hand / shouted the new Darktown bully in a sassy tone / An’.....
Chicago: A. Flanagan Publishers, 1899. 230p., original green decorated cloth, spine lettering slightly faded, light edge wear and fraying, frontispiece portrait of Joel Chandler Harris, illus., first edition. someinternal handling wear. Children's book by Bloor, then a member of the Socialist Labor Party. In her long life she was also.....
Detroit, MI: Socialistic Tract Association, [circa 1880s]. Four panel brochure, 4.5x7.5, soiling & some creasing else good condition. Authorship and date from OCLC, which shows three holdings (including the Labadie collection) as of 1/2018. This is a varient edition lacking series statement and statement at head of title.
New York: The Outlook Company, 1903. 461p., front., illus., first edition, minor edge wear, gilt lettering is still bright, a few pages creased. Buchanan, a member of the Typographical Union, was active in Colorado and New Jersey, He worked on defense of Haymarket martyrs, was for a short period active.....
New York: Industrial Union Party, 1935. Pamphlet. 26p. + 2 pages of ads at rear. pictorial wraps slightly worn with minor soiling, mimeographed. The IUD split from the SLP in 1933. 8.5 inches tall by 5 1/2 inches wide. Industrial Union Party address sticker "1390 Jerome Ave., N.Y.C." covering original.....
New York: New York Labor News Company, 1945. Pamphlet. 43p, [iii] stapled wraps, 5x7.25 inches, movement stamp on title page else very good condtiion. This particular printing in green wraps with a 5 cents price on the front cover. "..How the workers must Organize to Abolish Capitalism."