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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: Dept. of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1976. Magazine. 112p., 7.5x10.25 inches, very good socio-political journal in stapled pictorial wraps. Articles include "The Twilight of Capitalism: Contours of an Emerging Epoch", "How the West Was Won: Last Shootout for the Yankee-Cowboy Theory", and "The Socialization of Women's Oppression: A Marxist...
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...