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Arlington, VA: the Consortium, 1995. Twenty-nine issues of the staplebound 8.5x11 inch newsletter, very good, many with mailing label and stamp on rear cover. Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 1-10, 13, 20-23, 26; Vol. 2 nos. 1-9, 17, 18, 21 and 23. Describes itself as "The Web's first investigative.....
Washington DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1939. 53p., staplebound magazine, small tear at top of spine, otherwise very good. Includes an article on fingerprinting, another piece with illustrations showing how to obtain casts of footprints in the snow, announcements of wanted men (robbers), and more.
Washington, D. C. Center for National Security Studies, 1976. 12p., staplebound 11x8.5 inch self-wraps, chart and a couple of political cartoons, mildest signs of either handling or age. The Center was staffed by center-left persons like Robert Borosage, Morton Halperin and John Marks.
New York: Spartacist League, [1980-?]. 8p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner. Reprints two articles from the Spartacist newspaper, both mocking the Socialist Workers Party. On the SWP's legal actions after discovery that Ed Heisler, a member of its national commitee, was an FBI informant.
Washington DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1991. Original small-format wanted poster with holes for hanging, address label on the reverse addressed to the postmaster in Thayer, IL. Horizontal fold crease. Colon-Osorio was sought for involvement with the Boricua Popular Army, "Los Macheteros," as well as armed robbery. He was arrested.....
Washington DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1982. Original small-format wanted poster with holes for hanging, address label on the reverse addressed to the postmaster in Thayer, IL. Horizontal fold crease. Rosado was sought for involvement with bombings in New York carried out by the FALN (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional).....
Washington DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1945. Three 10.5x16 inch posters, all dated January 20, 1945; all with horizontal fold, minor crinkling; can be flattened nicely. Faint text on the reverse lists contact information for FBI offices in numerous cities. Paper has eagle watermark. Wanted Flyer nos. 11, 12, 13.....
New York: WIN Publishing Empire, 1972. Magazine. 19 issues of the magazine, a complete run for the year 1972. Issues present are Volume 8 Numbers 1 through 20 [Numbers 4 & 5 are a double issue]. Various pagination, all 8x10.75 inches. All with worn wraps and evenly toned pages, most.....
Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980. Pamphlet. 19p., pamphlet, 9x6 inches; spine toned with small pen notation, else in very good condition. Statements given by Admiral Inman, Director of the National Security Agency, and William H. Webster, FBI director on the effectiveness of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
San Francisco: The Friends of Eldridge Cleaver, [1977?]. Pamphlet. iii, 28p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with photos, chronology, essays, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps with red & blue cover titles and photo. On Cleaver's case, with special focus on Cointelpro and its war against black communities.
San Francisco: The Friends of Eldridge Cleaver, [1977?]. Pamphlet. p., stapled wraps, 5.5x8.25 inches, wraps worn and soiled, bookplate from the Chimera Bookstore inside front cover else good condition. On Cleaver's case, with special focus on Cointelpro and its war against black communities.