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Portland, OR: Columbia University, 1926. Paperback. 7 issues, various paginations, 6.25x9.5 inches, a few scattered illustrations and photos, This set represents the end of the 1925-1926 school year, skipping the summer months July-September when the publcation did not print, and includes the first half of the 1926-1927 school year.
Eugene, OR: Principality of An Tir, 1982. 62p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound wraps. Rear cover has a corner crease, otherwise very good. Collection of articles on themes of ancient sciences and craftsmanship, selected from the first ten issues. "Not an official publication of the Society for Creative Anachronism"
San Francisco: Mecca Publications, 1974. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, advertisements, calendar of events, news stories, services, classified ads, mild wear and toning otherwise very good on newsprint. Bi-weekly which began as a free calender of events and gay services advertising pages.
[Portland, OR]: Veleda Club, 1974. 48p. plus ads, very good in card covers, black plastic comb binding. Last several pages have ads for Portland-area food companies. Eighth printing. "Members of the Veleda Club, formed by a group of Nisei matrons and affiliated with the Portland, Oregon, Central YWCA, have contributed...
Portland, OR: Portland Observer / Exie Publishing, 1983. Newspaper. Newspaper, dated January 26, 1983, in three sections, 12, 15, 15 pages. Timeline, articles, images, illustrations and, of course, ads (Safeway, Northwest Natural, Anheuser-Busch to name 3) featuring Martin Luther King. Some creasing to corners. Inevitable age toning to newsprint.
Corvallis, OR: the newspaper. Single issue of the tabloid-format newspaper, 12p., moderately edgeworn. Not found in OCLC. Underground newspaper published by students at Oregon State University; articles include criticism of administration, a piece on Black Panther Day at the school, an interview with Chicago Conspirator John Froines, the banning of...
Lancaster PA: Published for the Author, Inquirer Printing Company, 1888. Hardcover. 248p., has a folded map and several tissue-guarded portraits from period photography. Hardbound in 7.5x5 inch brown cloth boards spine-titled, covers panelled in blind. A wretched but complete copy. All edges of the casing were long ago taped (to...
Indianapolis: Christian Women's Board of Missions, 1909. 7p., staplebound booklet, very good. "Christian Woman's Centennial offering of the Christian Woman's Board of Missions." Centennial leaflet series no. 10. Bentley, who was in charge of the Chinese Mission in San Francisco, urges the reader to help raise $100,000 to enlarge the Portland Mission.