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[New York]: Members of the International Longshoremen's Association, . [6p.], very good in pictorial wraps. Issued soon after Rudolph Halley's dramatic televised investigations of racketeering on New York's waterfront. Lists the demands of a rank and file group within the union, which may have had good reason to remain anonymous...
N.pl. n.pub. 1943. 63p., wraps rather worn and mildly soiled, tear along part of spine. Laid in is a sample resolution in support of Bridges, with several paragraphs of boilerplate text and a blank space for the name of the sponsoring organization, on a folded sheet of 8.5x11 inch sheet.....
San Francisco, CA: United States District Court for the Northern District of California Historical Society, 1993. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet folded to make 4p. brochure, photo of Bridges on cover. Program for a commemorative conference with several speakers; very brief history of the Bridges trials included.
San Francisco: Communist Party of California, [1946?]. Pamphlet. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, very good condition, 5.25x8.25 inches. "A Party member who also belongs to Local 6 of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union attacks capitalism as causing depression and layoffs and appeals to workers to join the Party." *Seidman C66.
San Francisco: Germinal Press, 1979. 250p., first edition, slightly shelfworn dj. Left wing detective fiction. A superb dissection of California labor and politics in the 1930s, entwining murder with the organization of San Francisco's waterfront and Upton Sinclair's gubernatorial campaign.