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New York: American Boycott Against Aggressor Nations, . Four-panel brochure, year penciled in corner of front panel, otherwise very good. Cover depicts a piece of silk fabric with a gleaming bayonet. Urges a boycott of Japanese imported silk as a means of "withdrawing American help to Japan, without which she.....
Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1959. 170p., wraps, worn at spine ends. Label of Bernard Karpel (Museum of Modern Art) on flyleaf. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes, Volume VII (A). Bibliography of Japanese works, with descriptive notes in English.
Nara, Japan: Research Center for Silk Roadology, 2007. 129p., six photo plates, plus numerous B&W photos in text, wraps. Ilustrated examination of Buddhist stupas, showing regional influences. Text mostly in Japanese, with English summary. Rubberstamp on first blank interior page. Silk roadology 27.
Cambridge: the Bulletin, 1970-1990. Twenty-four issues of the staplebound, 8.5x11 inch journal, average length ranging from 72 to 92 pages, generally very good, some with address label on back cover. Issues present are vol. 2 no. 4; vol. 4 nos. 2-4; vol. 5 nos. 1, 2, 3; vol. 6 nos.....
Charlemont, MA: Bulletin Of Concerned Asian Scholars, 1980. 72p., staplebound journal, 8.5x11 inches. Occasional pencil notes on several pages. Includes "Japan's germ warfare: the US cover-up of a war crime," a 16-page article by John W. "Bill" Powell (China-born San Francisco resident who was tried for sedition in 1959 for.....
Fujinomiya, Japan: CIRA, [200-]. 5.5x4.5 inch black cloth patch with printed design, very good, together with similarly sized leaflet introducing the Japanese anarchist archive and soliciting donations. Obtained in San Francisco where a representative of CIRA tabled at an anarchist book fair.
New York: Asian Conservatory Laboratory, 1966. 128p. plus 40 black and white plates, staplebound squareback wraps lightly shelfworn. ACL Symposium Series, vol. 2. Proceedings of a 1963 symposium, with pieces on the interplay of collector, scholar and conservator, the issue of forgery, and more.