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[Boston-?]: [Whig Party], . 16p., sewn 9x5.5 inch self-wraps, original thread present and holding. Old vertical crease, some horizontal crimping, last leaf splitting head and tail, front cover is lightly pencilled (numerals, queries), back cover rather dust-soiled with a touch of foxing. A good-only copy. Sabin 18025. Criticism of a......
San Louis Obispo, CA: Peace and Freedom Party, 1972. Newspaper. 4p., tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold crease, toned, especially at spine, slightly misfolded else good condition. Second issue of the newspaper, with articles on the presidential campaign of Benjamin Spock ("Spock Charges Nixon Opportunist"), report on Women's Conference, La Raza.....
San Louis Obispo, CA: Peace and Freedom Party, 1972. 4p., tabloid newspaper format, some damp staining at lower right. First issue of the newspaper, with articles on the presidential campaign of Benjamin Spock, the trial of Gary Lawton, the Union of Vietnamese in the United States, and more.
Lemon Grove, CA: William K. Shearer, 1984. Four-page newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, creased and crinkled from handling else good condition. Issued to supporters of the American Independent Party, this issue is devoted to the presidential campaign of the Populist ticket of Bob Richards and Maureen Kennedy Salaman.
Cagliari: Federazione Anarchica Italiana, 1948. Broadsheet newspaper, printed front and back of a single sheet, approximately 16x25 inches, top edge frayed (not affecting text), fold creases. Publication of the FAI's Sardinian branch. Headline story is "Against the Right, but not with the Left," on the historic 1948 general election, accusing.....
[San Francisco]: n.pub. . 1.75 inch diameter pin, very good. As the Washington Post reported at the time, "In a city full of unique political organizations and sects, one of the most bizarre--the self-described communist White Panther Party--has succeeded in collecting 35,000 signatures to recall Mayor Dianne Feinstein because her.....
Buffalo, NY: [Democratic Party, Erie County], . Single sheet folded to make 4-panel brochure, approx. 5x7 inches, with cartoon by George Diestel on cover, evenly browned else very good condition. Date 1935 penned at edge of cover. Not found in OCLC as of 4/2021. Accuses Republican Assembly campaign of being.....
Washington DC: 1992. First two issues of the newsletter, 6 pages each, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Coverage of Black primary candidates and potential candidates, including independents like Ron Daniels, as well as mainstream candidates' attitudes toward Black issues. Bill Clinton is lambasted for the execution of Ricky Ray Rector.
San Francisco: Union Labor Party, 1950. 4p. newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, horizontal fold, otherwise very good. The Union Labor Party was the official representative of the SF Labor Council of the AFL. Promotes candidates including James Roosevelt, son of FDR, who was running for governor.
San Francisco, CA: Change, 1972. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper, features, photos, comic strip, evenly toned, worn, stamped "Received" on cover, adress label on rear wrap else good condition on newsprint. Cover stories are "Elections", "Gay at Work", "Strike at Foremost", and "Welfare"
Chester: Printed by J. Hemingway, 1807. Pamphlet. iv, -60p., disbound pamphlet in 8x5 inch wraps; humorous vitriol in prose ending with several pages of satirical lyrics (one to be sung to a Beggars' Opera tune). The textblock is well-adhered through p.56, with a split-away leaf present in the same condition.....
Washington DC: the Committee, 1974-75. Eight issues of the 8.5x11 inch bulletin, all with postal markings and fold creases. Title changes in 1975 to mark transformation into a Eugene McCarthy campaign newsletter. Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 1-4, vol. 2 nos. 2-5. Also included are several single-sheet McCarthy campaign.....
Cambridge / Washington DC: Hemisphere Initiatives / the Washington Office on Latin America, 1997. 20p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, very good condition with introduction letter laid in. Arnoldo Aléman of the Liberal Alliance was elected President that year, with Daniel Ortega of the Sandinistas coming in second.