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Clintwood, VA: Council of Southern Mountains, 1977. Magazine. 47p., wraps, paper slightly browned (printed on newsprint), wraps edgeworn, pen notation on front wrap else very good condition, 7.75x10.5 inches. Entire issue devoted to textiles & union organizing along with section on dust standards & brown lung.
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.
Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1975. Magazine. 119p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps slightly worn, small closed tear along bottom of spine on front wrap, else very good condtion. Articles on the FCC, alternative media, Hunter S. Thompson, the early black press, an...
Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1977. Magazine. 112p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps slightly worn, else very good condtion. Articles on Jimmy Carter, growing up gay in the South, Juneteenth, the rise of the Coca Cola company, a midwife in Georgia, and more.
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...
Charlestown, WV: UMW Miners for Miller, . Six-panel brochure, very good, opposing Tony Boyle's leadership of the UMW. "Prospects for reform of the scandal-ridden United Mine Workers union are as dark as the coal mined in the hills of Appalachia - unless you help." Seeks support for the Miller campaign.