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Berkeley: Aché & La Peña, . Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides on pink stock, front side announcing the show by Oakland performer Oji and the back side a calendar of Aché events, two horizontal fold creases for mailing else good. The performance was for the release of her.....
Delaware, OH: Cooperative Recreation Service; Antioch College Music Department, 1958. Paperback. 32p., very good in wraps with price neatly blacked out on a fine color cover, pocketbook format. Includes a sampling of songs from twelve regions, among them the ANC's anthem Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika.
[Groningen]: . 15p., staplebound program booklet for a week of anarchist events at Vera, the prominent club and live music venue. Some rust at the staples. Photoreproduced from handwritten text; in Dutch. Topics include a discussion of anarcha-feminism, anarchist music, various film showings, etc.
San Francisco: A Project of Galileo High School and California Poets in the Schools, 1988. Calendar. [154p] 8.5x9.75 inches, introduction, appointment calendar with historical dates and information relating to multicultural literary & arts history, photos, art, biographical sketches, very good first edition in spiral-bound pictorial covers. Title from astronomer Galileo's.....
Philadelphia: Central Committee of Conscienous Objectors, 2001. 52p., profusely illustrated magazine, very good, but missing the CD that was originally included. With an interview with Michael Franti and other music articles, the Navy's war on Vieques, a critique of Spike Lee, and more.
USA: J.L.D. Publishing, 1964. Magazine. 66 p, illustrations, 8x10.75 inches, full color glossy covers with newsprint pages, black and white images and text, wear to edges and spine with several closed tear at right edge of front cover, text block in good condition. Beatles fan mag published sometime in the.....
New York: Everyman Opera, 1952. p. profusely illus., 9x12 inch program for the Cab Calloway production of the musical, handbill for its production at San Francisco's Curran Theatre laid in, very good in wraps. Version first presented at Dallas' State Fair Auditorium in June, 1952.
Cartagena, Spain: the city, 1928. Calendar. Single 9x9 inch leaf of glazed paperstock, printed and folded to make an upright 9x4.5 inch program for the annual processions and ceremonies, text in blue ink, illustrated with a color cover (senoritas) and traditional stations-of-the-cross vignettes. Last panel advertises transportation to & from.....