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Clintwood: Resource and Information Center Council of the Southern Mountains, 1973. 260p., introduction, illustrated throughout with drawings, maps and photos, addendum card laid-in, very good limited first printing of 1500 copies in pictorial wraps. Personal inscription to folk historian Archie Green signed by the editor. Appalachian oral histories.
Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1989. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Articles on labor organizing in Mississippi, Neo-Nazis and skinheads, the Savings & Loan crisis, and more.
New York: Macmillan, 1971. Hardcover. 169p., illustrated title page, warm personal inscription signed by the author to Jack Cady dated 1973, illustrations, lightly-worn first edition, first printing stated in cloth boards. Missing the jacket. The children's author's first novel set in Appalachia and Kentucky.
Shelton CT / New York: The First Edition Library / Houghton Mifflin, [1995?]. 278p., the usual good imitation from this enterprise, tan cloth boards printed green in dust jacket and a slipcase decorated with ditto-dj cover and author plates, top edge tinted lime green. Publisher's note to purchaser (printed in.....
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1988. xix., 262 p., hardback with the dj in very good condition. The damming of New River, by a Princeton PhD in anthropology who at writing was a nursing administrator in the Dept of Psychiatry, San Francisco General. He has some super-subtle ideas regarding.....
Prince, WV: The Unrealist Press, 1977. Paperback. 60p., mild wear to covers, personal inscription signed as "Peter" otherwise a very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The poet's second book. Laska was a member of the Appalachia poetry renaissance at the time of his first book which was.....
Prince, WV: The Unrealist Press, 1978-81. Paperback. Three issues of the paperback journal, varying size, the largest 8.5x11 inches. Mild handling wear and scuffing to the wraps. There was a fourth issue published, which is not included here. Peter Laska was a member of the Appalachia poetry renaissance; these issues.....
no place: [Self-published by the author?], [1930S?]. 51p., 6x9 inches, cast of characters, story of play, costumes and properties, scene plot, pencil actor first name written twice otherwise very good playscript in stapled green wraps with ink mark on rear. Stereotype Appalachia play with dialects and African American pcharacters described.....