Asian American history
Oakland: Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP), 1986. Special issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 11.5x17 inches, horizontal fold, evenly toned. Headlined "Free at last," celebrates the fall of Ferdinand Marcos. The most important radical leftist newspaper of the Filipino community in the US, with extensive coverage of domestic activism as...
San Francisco: Asia Book Store; printed by the Kwong Chi Book Co. in Hong Kong, . Unpaginated hardcover, very good in red boards, undated but includes a 1958 calendar. Unused diary, with occasional small photos of sites in China, and other scattered content including ads for publications. Text in Chinese...
n.p. Department of Public Social Services, Cultural Awareness Training Program, 1976. [16p.], staplebound 8.5x11 inch booklet, no exterior title, generic title and incomplete publication information inside front cover. Includes sections introducing Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Samoan immigrant communities.
Berkeley: Asian American Studies, Department of Ethnic Studies, 1975. 212p., illus., 8.5x11", wraps mildly worn and foxed with several ownership stamps of a San Francisco professor. Includes radical essays, research articles, poetry, and discussions of Asian American Studies at U.C. Berkeley.