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Kings Point: United States Merchant Marine Academy, 1969. Hardcover. 266, 54p.[ads], glossy paperstock throughout with b&w and color photography, hardbound in massive 12.3x9.5 inch blue boards over a silver spine. No ownership or other marks, faintests signs of any handling or age, near-fine.
Ankara: The Ministry of Press, Broadcasting and Tourism, undated (1960s). Pamphlet. Staplebound pamphlet in 7.5x5 inch decorated wraps, texts in Turkish, English, German, Italian, Arabic (cursive) and French; texts and photos printed on glazed paperstock throughout, mild signs of handling and age but perfectly clean, sound and unmarked: a very...
Pittsburgh: the 351st F. A., 1942. 28p., 6x9 inches, centerfold of b&w photos, ads, very good booklet/program in silver and blue pictorial stapled wraps with drawing of a black soldier in Doughboy outfit. The reunion program includes a list of the 351st members who did the work for the event.....
London: Tiffany & Co., undated, perhaps 1970s. Paperback. Unpaginated, display of over one hundred "plates", i.e. buckles with caption descriptions, b&w exhibit photography on glossy coated paper, softbound in 8x6 inch decorated wraps; slightly edgeworn but very good exterior, clean within and marked only with a bookseller's unerasable pencilling; but.....
Barcelona: the weekly, 1924. Fifteen unduplicated issues from first year of publication; printed on both glazed paper (still bright-white) and newsprint (toned, undamaged). Magazines in uniform format, 12x8.5 inches, expect a little edgewear, scattered external dust-soil and foxing, clean within and quite sound, good to very good copies.
New York: American Veterans Committee, Berkeley Chapter #1, 1946-47. 8 issues of the mimeographed 8.5x11 inch newsletter published by the Berkeley chapter of the left-wing veterans' group; all from before the AVC's expulsion of communists in 1948. Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 4-6, 12-15, 17. Three or four pages...
Berkeley: the newspaper, 1991-1992. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, pages toned, otherwise only light handling wear. All three separately published issues of the publication produced by military resisters to the Persian Gulf war. A final "issue" was published as a section of StormWarning!, no. 23 (July 1992).
Berkeley: the newspaper, 1991-1992. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, pages toned, first issue somewhat crinkled, second issue with mailing label and postal markings. All three separately published issues of the publication produced by military resisters to the Persian Gulf war. A final "issue" was published as a section of...
n.p. United States Office of Naval Intelligence, Far Eastern Theater, 1943. 408 pages including maps (1 folded), 14.25x17.75 inches; neatly ex-library with internal markings only. Rubberstamp at end indicates it was given to M. Bronfenbrenner, a Naval student of Japanese, for his use while in the service. After this it...
Washington DC: Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Dept. . Paperback. 48p., 9.25x6 inches landscape format, Black history, historical highlights, future trends, education and training, profiles of the fleet, February historical calendar, b&w and color photos, very good first edition booklet in stapled black pictorial wraps. An informational booklet issued by.....
the newsletter, 1951. Four issues, each mimeographed on 8x13 inch sheets, 4 to 6 pages each, mild handling wear, occasional closed edge tears. Issues present are vol. 25 nos. 4-7 (April 27-30, 1951). Newsletter with world news briefs, especially updates on the Korean War at a time when Chinese troops...
Washington DC: United States War Department. 1943. Paperback. 127p., 4x5.25 inches, lightly worn wraps, good copy of this phrasebook in pocketbook format, stapled green wraps. TM 30-645 Restricted. Phrases for use by soldiers in the field."What color were the uniforms" is transliterated as ka-KUV- BESH-ay tsvay-TA na oo-nee FOR-mee-tay eem?
Chicago: the newspaper, 1972. Single issue of the underground GI movement publication, tabloid format newspaper, 15p., edgeworn, evenly toned, front wrap creased else good condition. Masthead emblem is a raised fist punching through the top of a tent. Includes a section on African Americans and racism in the Navy.
Chicago: the newspaper, 1973. Single issue of the underground GI movement publication, tabloid format newspaper, 15p., edgeworn, evenly toned, else good condition. Masthead emblem is a raised fist punching through the top of a tent. Includes an article on a racist attack on African American GIs at Camp Lejeune.
Chicago: the newspaper, 1973. Single issue of the underground GI movement publication, tabloid format newspaper, 16p., worn, evenly toned, address label on front wrap, small tear on page 6 with no loss of text else good condition. Masthead emblem is a raised fist punching through the top of a tent...