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Eugene, OR: 1976. Pamphlet. 64p. staplebound booklet, 8.5x11 inches, pages toned, otherwise very good. A guide to countercultural resources in the Oregon town, ranging from geodesic playshops for kids to various dance collectives, community gardens, meditation centers, handicraft supply shops, etc.
Portland, OR: American Citizen's Educational League, 1939. Newspaper. 4p. tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold crease, some chipping at both ends of the fold, not yet affecting the printed portion, but must be handled carefully. Not found in OCLC as of July 2023. Anti-communist paper with articles identifying local Party apparatus.....
Eugene: Department of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1990. Magazine. 128p., edge and shelf wear showing, subscription label on back cover, some scratches, creases along spine, and smudges, else in good condition. Continuation of the 60s and 70s era "Insurgent Sociology" the magazine is designed to offer a progressive take on.....
Eugene: Department of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1990. Magazine. 136p., wraps, 5.25x8.25 inches, wraps worn, address label on rear wrap, else very good condition. Continuation of the 60s and 70s era "Insurgent Sociology" the magazine is designed to offer a progressive take on sociology.
Portland, OR: Comision Metropolitana de los Derechos Humanos, [1980s-1990s?]. Six panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish with contact numbers and information about hate crimes, very good. Comments and guidance on hate crimes against POC, LGBTQ and Anti-semitism for the Spanish speaking community in Portland.
Eugene: Augur Publishing Company, 1973. Newspaper. 23p., folded tabloid newspaper format, evenly toned, else very good condition. The Augur was Eugene's underground paper aimed at a largely college student audience. Articles on new DA J. Pat Horton and his promise to stop arresting people for marijuana use, an effort to.....
Salem, OR: CrimethInc. [c2002]. Pamphlet. p., stapled wraps, 8.25x9.75 inches, some color illustrations, very good on newsprint. Same content as the variant copy, except no subtitle, slightly larger booklet, different text formatting, less color in text block, and a slightly different booklist. Anarchist communique.
n.p. n.pub. . Broadside. 8.5x12 inch sheet with portrait of Ford on one side, text on other; minor edgewear. Patrice Lumumba Ford had been arrested as a member of a Portland terror cell; he had returned from an unsuccessful trip to China to try to cross the western border into.....
Redmond, OR: The Free Press, 1948, 1950. Newspaper. Two issues of the tabloid format newspaper, each with horizontal fold, paper evenly toned, penciled note "Native Fascist" above the masthead, otherwise very good. Issues present are new volume 2 no. 52 from November 26, 1948, and number 26 from March 10.....
Eugene: Department of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1973. Magazine. 88p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, wraps worn, address label on rear wrap, some damage to front wrap from staple used to hold shut for mailing (now removed), first page lightly foxed along edge else good condition. Subscription form laid.....