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Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1939. Sixty-one different 4.25x5.5 inch booklets, avergage length 25-40 pages, almost all in very good condition. The boxed set sold at the World's Fair contained 58 titles, but some were apparently added in the next year or two, as a complete listing of titles from...
Barcelona: the weekly, 1924. Fifteen unduplicated issues from first year of publication; printed on both glazed paper (still bright-white) and newsprint (toned, undamaged). Magazines in uniform format, 12x8.5 inches, expect a little edgewear, scattered external dust-soil and foxing, clean within and quite sound, good to very good copies.
Detroit: Labor Publications, 1991. 40p., 5.25x8.25 inches, 11 pages of backstock, very good pamphlet in stapled pictorial wraps. Contents: The lessons of the August putsch and the tasks before the Soviet working class, statement by the International Committee of the Fourth International [and] Trotskyism vindicated: the collapse of Stalinism and...
San Francisco: Institute for the Study of Nonviolence; International Socialists, Socialist Party of San Francisco, Socialists for Independent Politics, War Resisters' League West, Democratic Socialists Organizing Committee, . Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed one side, edgeworn with small closed tears. Also included is a two-paragraph leflet from 1973 also calling...
New York: American Russian Institute, 1945-1946. Eight issues of the paperback journal, generally very good, one issue more worn with pencil scribble on cover. Numbers present are vol. 6 nos. 2-4, vol. 7 nos. 1-4, and vol. 8 no. 1. Journal sympathetic to the Soviet Union. These issues cover the...
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...
Sofia: Balkantourist, undated, circa 1960. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 28p., illustrations mostly color-photo with diagrammatic maps and some b&w vignettes. Softbound, a stapled 6x6 inch pamphlet with a wraparound colorphoto decoration. Staples a bit rusty, slight edgewear, a very good copy.
New York: Committee of Women, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1949. 48p., wraps, very good condition. Sub-title from cover: In this exchange of letters, American women and Soviet women tell of their families, their work, their special interests---and always of their deep desire for peace and friendship.