Bearsville, NY: Retort, 1943 - 1951. 48p., wraps soiled and a bit stained, minor edge wear. Hand-set and hand-printed by the editors. Pacifist & anarchist quarterly with Donald Wetzel's The two soldier's Byron R. Bryant on The Catholic Worker Movement, Volin's The Epic of Father Gapon and more.
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1924. 312, [i]p., first edition, first printing, original blue cloth with minor edge wear and slight bumping of corners, spine lettering slightly dulled, previous owner's name (Martha Lauz) on front free endpaper in light pencil, minor crease to title page, a few pages printed...
New York: New Masses, Inc., 1928. Magazine. 24p., wraps and paper browned, staples begining to rust else good condition, 8.75x11.75 inches. Cover art Maximo Pachecko. Includes Dorothy Day's article "Girls in Jail," an article "My brother, Gen. Sandino and more. Art work by Louis Lozowick, William Siegel, Hugo Gellert (collage).
San Francisco: Martin de Porres House of Hospitality, 1974-1975. Two issues, 8p. each, 8.5x11 inches, 4 sheets stapled at top-left corner printed both sides, illustrated with Fritz Eichenberg woodcuts, very good. Articles on plans to establish a Catholic Worker Farm, Vietnamese orphans, Voluntary poverty, Pacifists resisting the IRS, Why Speak...