n.p. 2008. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good.
n.p. 2008. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good.
New York: Aperture, 1992. Oversized Paperback. 76p., profusely illus. with both color and black/white photos, 9.5x11 inches, first edition, wraps, somewhat worn with handling.
Washington DC: Union Panamericana, 1950. Paperback. 127p., lyrics in Spanish, sheet music collection, very good bound in trade paperback printed cream wraps. Songs from the USA, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Argentia, Mexico et al.
Monterrey, Mexico: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, 1992. 52p, wraps mildly worn with price sticker damage on rear cover, Duval-Carrié (1954 - ) was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; his art combines the sacred and the political aspects of Haitian history.
Berkeley: the Fund, 2011. 15p., glossy wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, photo illustrations. Published after the January earthquake, highlights efforts to rebuild and to improve civil society in Haiti.
Coyoacán, DF: Un Mundo Que Ganar, 1996. 31p., wraps. RCP publication.
Berkeley: Haiti Action Committee, . Pamphlet. 16p., wraps, minor creasing else very good condition 5.5x8.5 inches.
New York: North American Congress on Latin America, 1998. various pagination, in glossy, stapled, illustrated wraps. A broken set of Volume thirty-two, 3 numbers, bi-monthly. This volume includes "Latin American Youth: Anger and Disenchantment on the Margins," "Journalists Under the Gun," Dabile Ortega, Sandanista Congress, "Puerto Rican Workers Strike Back,"...
New York: North American Congress on Latin America, 1998-1999. A complete run for the years 1998 and 1999. Various pagination, in glossy, stapled, illustrated wraps. Issues present are Volume 31 Numbers 4-6, Volume 32 Numbers 1-6 and Volume 33 Numbers 1-3. All have address stamps on front wraps and slightly...
Washington: the Commission, 1980. [96p] 8.5x11 inches, stapled report on immigration to the US including over 70 pages of appendixes, much information on hispanis and latino immigration, very good in green report covers.
Somerville, MA: the newspaper, 1973-1977. Seven issues of the tabloid-format tenants' rights newspaper, the last issue with name changed to the Free Press; evenly toned, otherwise very good except for the second issue, which is more worn with faint stains. Community news, much on rent strikes, including coverage in Portuguese...
Cambridge, M: Tanbou, 1995. 59p., 8.25x10.75 inches; staplebound magazine format, on evenly toned newsprint. Contributions in French, Kreyol and English.
New York: the American Assembly, 1994. 18p., 5.5x8.5 inches, preface, participants, very good conference report booklet in stapled brick wraps. Focuses on Mexican, Cuban and Haitian immigration to the US.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Editions Henri Deschamps, 1977. Paperback. 87, [ii]p., wraps, first edition, 8x8.5 inches, very good condition. Haitian photographers.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013. Trade Paperback. xix, 235p., very good in wraps, inscribed by the author.
New York: G. E. Stechert and Company, 1920. Hardcover. 363p., previous owner's signature, boards very edgeworn with fraying, textblock acidic and bumped, front hinge repaired. Material on Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
New York: G. E. Stechert and Company, 1920. Hardcover. 363p., previous owner's signature, very good in publisher's original blue buckram cloth and gilt. With material on Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
Hyattsville, MD: Quixote Center, 1993. 24p., pamphlet in tabloid newspaper format, paper evenly toned, horizontal fold, otherwise very good. Pro-Aristide perspective.
Caracas: Primer Festival del Libro Popular Venezolano, [195-?]. Paperback. 127p., wraps. Written after his return from a trip to Haiti in the late 1940s.
Lima, Peru: Organización Continental de los Festivales del Libro; Talleres graficos Torres Aguirre, . 122p., paperback, wraps lightly worn, pages mildly toned, ownership signature on front endpaper. "Primer festival del libro cubano." Biblioteca básica de cultura cubana vol. 9. Novel of the Haitian revolution.
Havana: Casa de las Americas, 1969. Magazine. 11p. article in the 170p. issue, 9..5x8.5 inch decorated wraps, cover lightly foxed with a tiny stain. The issue contains contributions by by Julio Cortázar and Octavio Paz, and an article by René Desestre, "Problemas de la identidad del hombre negro en las.....
New York: Popular Library, 1959. Mass Market Paperback. 188p., first edition, pocket-size wraps with lurid cover illustration featuring two white Europeans caught up in the Haitian revolution.
La Havane: Office de Publications du Conseil d'Etat, 1999. Paperback. 127p., softbound, 8x5 inch plain printed green wraps. Has a light bump at the top corner, else a very good copy, sound and without markings of any kind.
Port-au-Prince: Impr. de l'Etat, 1954. 102p., lightly worn wraps. Poems on the anniversary of Haitian independence.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968. Hardcover. l, 909p.