New Orleans: Southern Louisiana Media Corp. 1971. Newspaper. 28p., folded tabloid, toned, some closed tears, minor fraying, inch or so chip at upper right of front cover - no text affected, illus., decent reading copy. Pretty typical small-market underground paper with a mix of articles, news items and letters, including...
Dublin: Spartacist Group Ireland, 2005. Single issue of the staplebound periodical, 16p., very good on semigloss paper, 8.25x11.75 inches. Issued by the Irish section of the International Communist League. Coverage includes criticism of the "war on terror" and a piece about the destruction of New Orleans.
Hollywood: Matco Publishing, 1971. Magazine. 80p. including covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, articles on New Orleans, Storyville, other jazz greats, biography of Satchmo, b&w and color photos, the great cover portrait repeated inside without cover text, mild dampstain at bottom edhge, souvenir collectors' magazin in pictorial wraps.
Fairfax, VA: Record Changer / Gordon Gullickson, 1947. 106p., softbound pamphlet, text reproduced from typescript, second printing (of 1945 original) in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps. A bit worn with handling, has a couple of pencilled tics, good copy. "This is the beginning of an attempt to put into a single...
Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance Publishing Co., 2001. Paperback. 51p., wraps, first printing, very good condition. Poetry by the African American author based in New Orleans. Author line notes that besides cpmposing and perfoming music, he enjoys "studying and performing magic and illusions"
New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1933. Hardcover. 319p., ownership name on fep otherwise very good, bright second printing stated of the "cheap edition" in blue boards with very nice paper spine title label in unclipped, still bright and attractive but edgeworn dj. Novel of free blacks in Louisiana after the...
Jackson, MS: Univerisyt Press of Mississippi, 1998. Hardcover. xxxviii,144p. 1st printing. Fine. The Cleveland-born African-American writer originally wrote this novel in the 1920s, setting it in nineteenth century New Orleans. It was one of 6 novels not published in his lifetime and is published here for the first time. The...
Philadelphia: Wm. Hall, Jun. & Geo. W. Pierie, Printers, 1809. 150p. + 199p. notes, first three pages encapsulated in rice paper, heavy foxing, untrimmed pages, ex-library copy with deaccession marks, rebound in brown cloth over marbled front board, paper label on spine and new blank endpapers. Daniel Clark of New...