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Tucker, GA: KKK, [196-?]. 5.5x8.5 inch sheet printed one side, very good, unused. "I, the undersigned, a native born, true and loyal citizen of the United States of America, being a white person of temperate habits, sound in mind and a believer in the tenets of the Christian religion, the.....
Cambridge, MA: Cambridge Tenants' Organizing Committee, 1975. 8 page tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, paper toned, closed edge tear. Laid in is a flyer for an unemployment clinic. Includes a report on assistance to Black renters in East Boston after a racist attack in August.
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.
New York: Communist Party, USA, 1935. Complete run for the year, 1200 pages total, underlining, pencil scribbles, & marginalia on a few pages, edge worn and shelf worn, issues for Jul & Aug has spine worn with volume and no. inked in, else in good condition. Articles by Earl Browder.....
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.....
Havana: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, [1960s]. 20p. + p. of black and white photos, stapled wraps, 9.5 x 6.25 inches landscape format, wraps worn and soiled else good condition. Text in English and French. Not dated, but quotes several speeches given by Cuban politicians in the '60s, the latest of.....
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.