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Chicago: Aware & Life OUTside, . Media publicity kit in glossy blue folder with label affixed front cover, contains a CD of The Best of Life OUTside recordings, nine press releases on station stationery, from one to several stapled pages, a 5x7 inch color photo of the radio personalities, and.....
Washington DC: Federal Communications Commission / The Subcommittee on Communications, 1969, 1979. Paperback. iii, 142, iii, 85p., 9x6 inch softbounds, one item bound with plastic comb, the other stapled, both a bit toned, both very good. Item first mentioned has, laid in, California senator S. I. Hayakawa's complementary card with.....
Paris: RadioFG, 1999. Magazine. 96p. includes covers, 5.75x9 inches, text in French, news, reviews, events, entertainment guide, photos, services and resources, ads, very good digest-size magaxzine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay entertainment guide published by an LGBT radio station in Paris.
Paris: RadioFG, 1999. Magazine. 64p. includes covers, 5.75x9 inches, text in French, news, reviews, events, entertainment guide, photos, services and resources, ads, very good digest-size magaxzine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay entertainment guide published by an LGBT radio station in Paris.
San Francisco: n.pub. . 11x8.5 inch mimeographed leaflet, artwork depicts three monkeys in the radio studio covering their eyes, ears, and mouth, one of them saying "The NEW KPMX, a non-violent station for evolutionary change" as a clenched fist breaks through the door. On the wall is a Wanted sign.....
[Chicago]: [Stewart-Warner Corp. [1930s]. 16p. including covers, 11x8.5 inches, sepia-tone illustrations and photos of international radio broadcast stations and equipment and international events including bullfights, Graf Zeppelin (pre-crash) etc., two pages of Time Table and Log of the most frequently heard foreign stations, and two pages of US, Canadian and.....
New York: American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism, Inc, 1955. 22p., wraps. Radio Liberation, broadcast into the USSR by anticommunist expats, ran a program about suppression of the arts scheduled to coincide with the Writers Congress in Moscow. This is a summary of the broadcast, with a note on Moscow's.....
Los Angeles: Guest Relations Department, National Broadcasting Company, undated, 1940s. Pamphlet. Single leaf, 9x12 inches, printed and folded to make a 9x3.75 inch promotional handout. Lightly pencilled on the front panel is a street address, item shows faint signs of handling, colors are quite bright throughout, nice copy.
San Francisco: huh? publisher? July 1991. Single buff leaf folded once, as issued, events program reproduced from typescript with good visual touches, a very good specimen. Leaflet advertising a festival of rare concert clips (as of Residents, Chrome, The Offs), art exhibits, videos from Prague Spring, KPOO benefit, live music.....
San Francisco: KPFA, . Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, small light stain at bottom, mild creasing to corner otherwise very good handbill on lavender stock. Side one lists the talent and topics including Asian American Theatre Company, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Adam Ant and others. Side two.....
Berkeley: the radio station, 1957. 8p., 5.5x8.5 inches, buff paperstock printed in dark green, stapled wraps. Stamped address label, mild signs of handling, a very good copy. Two weeks' scheduling plus a page-long first installment of a "series of articles on the basic structure and function of KPFA. This article.....
Berkeley: KPFA, 1960. Pamphlet. 13, p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 9 inches, front wrap unevenly toned along top edge, pages 1-10 dog-eared, program titles marked in pen throughout, else good condition with address stamp of African American journalist and activist Erna P. Harris on rear wrap.
Berkeley, CA: KPFA strike fund, 1974. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet, printed both sides, single fold crease, otherwise very good. Calls for removal of the station manager Roger Pritchard, for rehiring of fired staff, and for reinstatement of a coordinator for "Third World" employees of the station.
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] booklet, 8.5x11 inches. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours a day.
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] booklet, 8.5x11 inches, staples neatly removed. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours a......
no place: Standard Brands Incorporated, 1938. Unpaginated, about 28p., photo illustrated throughout, sewn text bound in 7.5 x 5.5 inch pictorial paper over boards. A few flecks of offset white to cover decoration, background off-white is toned slightly, a nice copy of a fragile item. According to a scene-setting paragraph.....
Vancouver, BC: Open Road, 1978. Single issue of Open Road, a Vancouver-based anarchist-oriented newspaper; 16 pages, 16.5x11.5 inches, wraps worn and soiled, else very good, centerfold poster shows protestors at a nuclear base in Washington with the captains "No Nukes" and "stirring a bad dream with easy lies we will.....
San Francisco: KGO Radio and the Leukemia Society, 1992. 82p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, very good in spiral-bound wraps. Gift book given to those who donated to the Leukemia Society during KGO Radio's Leukemia Cure-A-Thon. The introduction is by local radio personality Terry Lowry and is signed twice by her.
New York: Avon Books, 1996. Paperback. xxxiv, 188p., softbound, first printing of the trade-size wraps issue, paperstock mildly toned. This was editor Robert L. Allen's copy with his underlinings, ownership signature (as 'R. Allen'), has publisher's promotional material and a newsclip laid in.