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n.p. . Broadside. 17.5x11.25 inch broadside, vertically fold-creased so that English appears on one side, German on the other. Bottom of the fold has a chip, no text loss but four letters are ready to come loose if not handled carefully. Not found in OCLC. Tiny letters at bottom state.....
Brooklyn: Schools Council of Bedford-Stuyvesant-Williamsburg, 1950. Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, rear panel partly toned. Also included is a folded broadside reprinting articles on the case from the New York Teacher News. On the case of a local history teacher, May Quinn, who told her students "The Negroes were happy.....
Middleton, WI: Committee Against Racism, 1974. Four issues of the mimeographed newsletter, for April 1, May, June, and July 15, 1974. Address on rear covers, formerly folded and stapled together for mailing, some closed edge tears. Group affiliated with Progressive Labor. Much of its work was campus-centered.
Jackson, MS: Citizens' Councils of America, 1974. Single issue of the slender digest-sized pro-segregation monthly, 31p., lower left corner stained. The neo-Confederate journal stood for "States rights and racial integrity." Cover story is sociologist professor Tommy Roger's "analysis" of how the Brown decision had harmed the US through its erosion.....
Shreveport, LA: the newspaper, 1966. Four-page newspaper, folded in quarters, evenly toned. Single issue of the far-right newspaper, with coverage of a film called "My Baby is Black" that featured an interracial relationship. A Citizens Council director is quoted as calling its producer a "24-karat revolving oriental liar, a greasy.....
Chicago: T.S. Denison & Company, Dramatic Publishers, Minstrels Entertainment, 1933. Pamphlet. 162p., brown staplebound wraps, 4.75x7.25 inches; illus., back wrapper contains some water damage to bottom-edge, but doesn't smear text, else good. Includes original mailing envelope tattered with white residue on front.
Boston: Center for United Labor Action, [197-]. 8.5x14 inch mimeographed handbill, English one side, Spanish on the other. Horizontal fold, otherwise minor wear. Argues that schools in Boston's minority areas had only deteriorated further after the election of the two school committee members cited in the title.
Chicago: The Illinois Commercial Men's Association, 1933. Magazine. 24p., magazine in 10.2x7.5 inch color picture wraps, profuse sepia photography printed by rotogravure on reasonably alkaline newsprint, staplebound. Clean, free of markings and quite sound; a very good copy. Treats entirely of the Fair but with constant intrusion of insurance salesmanship.....