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Miami: Unidad Revolucionaria, 1963. Paperback. 48p., 6x9 inches, text in Spanish, leaflet on the assassination of Eufemio Fernandez laid-in, slightly soiled covers otherwise very good pamphlet in printed white stapled wraps. Cuadernos de Estudios Politicos Sociales y Economicos 2. Anticommunist tract from exiles in Florida.
[Miami, FL]: Miami Records, [1961-?]. 3.25x5.5 inch card, b&w photo portrait of Sanchez on one side, Spoanish language list of his recordings on the other, very good. Promotional item for the Mexican singer. Undated, but the sheet music for the last recording on the list, "Que rechulo es querer," was.....
Oakland: Diana Press, 1977. 5.5x6 inch postcard, with photo of San Francisco with "Dear Anita..." written on it on one side and a list of Diana Press publications on the other. Anita Bryant was leading an anti-gay movement at this time. The faux inscription resembles holograph but is printed "in.....
Atlanta: Conference on Education and Race Relations, 1938. Pamphlet. 8 page pamphlet, 9x6 inch wraps, staples have a touch of rust and the outer corners are slightly bent; a very good copy. Outlines local programs in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina and Alabama.
n.p. freethefive.org, [200-]. 2.25 inch pin, portraits of the five men. The five Cuban intelligence officers (Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, Fernando González, and René González), were arrested in 1998 and convicted on various conspiracy charges. Supporters argue that they were fighting against terrorism in the Miami-based expat community.....
San Francisco: The National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, [2007?]. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, black text on white stock, photos of the prisonors, very good condition. Post-August 2006. The front of the leaflet has smiling headshots of the five with their first names below, a short.....
Miami: Cuban Museum of Arts and Culture, 1984. Paperback. 82p., illus. with both color and black/white examples of work by the artists, 8x10 inches, slightly worn wraps. Bilingual text. The artists: Bencomo, Brito-Avellana, Calzada, Cano, Falero, García, Gonzálex, Maciá and Trasobares.
San Francisco: International David Society, 1984. Magazine. 64p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, events calendars, ads, listings, photos, very good digest size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. AKA Communication-Guide aka IDS Communication-Guide. Based in SF and Ft. Lauderdale. Stories on Harry Britt and La Cage aux Folles.
San Francisco: International David Society, 1983-86. Magazine. Seven issues various pagination, events calendars, ads, listings, photos, very good broken run of the digest size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. AKA Communication-Guide aka IDS Communication-Guide. Issues include May, October, 1983, January, June & July 1984 , Feb/March & April 1985. Based.....
Tallahassee: Florida Free Press, 1971. Single sheet folded to make four-panel brochure, newsprint evenly toned, minor edge tears; contact address for a women's community newspaper penned in margin of front panel. Densely-packed listings in small font of feminist resources, underground newspapers, and other "new media efforts."
Madrid & Miami: Libros Espanoles, 1979. Magazine. 61p., 7.25x10 inches, text in Englishwith Spanish titles and author names, general information, cover letter on letterhead laid-in, alphabetical book listings with author bios, prices and photos of covers, back section of anthologies and criticism, very good catalogue in stapled pictorial wraps. Company.....
[Miami, FL]: Miami Records, [1962-?]. 3.25x5.5 inch card, b&w photo portrait of the trio playing guitars on one side, list of their recordings on the other, very good but for rubberstamp of a San Francisco distributor on the text side. Promotional item for the group, founded in New York, which.....
Tampa: United Sisters, 1973. Magazine. 36p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound magazine in silver stapled pictorial wraps, light edgewear. Single issue of the magazine; includes Robin Morgan's open letter to Off Our Backs responding to that publication's attack on the Feminist Women's Health Clinic.