n.p. [Central Committee, Communist Party of the Philippines], 2000. 12p., 8.5x11 inches. Logo shows hammer, sickle and AK-47. Entirely devoted to an interview with Ka Roger in a guerrilla zone. Also included are some computer printouts of other materials from the Communist Party of the Philippines. Printed by supporters in...
Maynila [Manila]: J. Martinez, 1917. 36 pages, evenly toned, small label of a bookseller inside front cover, spine neatly reinforced with a strip of brown paper tape. Faint "Examined" rubberstamp on front cover. On divorce and matrimonial law in the Philippines under US administration.
New York: Communist Party, USA, 1935. Magazine. Single issue of the journal, pp. 291-384; lightly worn wraps. Includes the Manifesto of the Communist Party of the Philippine Islands, "The meaning of Sidney Hook," "Development of work in the Harlem section" by James Ford and Louis Sass, and more.
Quezon City, Philippines: FLOW, . Single sheet folded to create 8-panel brochure introducing a Philippine women's organization. Cover features drawing of four women in clothing and hairstyles suggestive of different walks of life, all facing the same direction. Brochure indicates that FLOW was active in efforts to remove US bases...
San Francisco: Left Curve, 1975. Magazine. 84p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, rear wrap slightly stained else good condition. In addition to discussions of art theory and politics, this issue contains substantial material about Philippine revolutionary culture and a conversation with three Vietnamese women.
Tacloban City, Philippines: Divine Word University of Tacloban, 1967-73. Four issues of the journal; vol. 1 no. 2, vol. 4 no. 1, vol. 6 no. 2, and vol. 7 no. 2. Length ranges from 74 to 143 pages per issue, lightly worn wraps, occasional underlining. Articles on local cultural practices and history, linguistics and archeology.
Naga City, Bicol: Cecilio Publications, [197-?]. 16p., staplebound booklet, 3.75x5.75 inches. Paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Bicol-language fiction in verse. OCLC attributes to the 1920s because of its crude production and apparent antiquity, but most Cecilio Publications booklets in this form were actually printed in the 1960s and 1970s...
Manila: National Media Production Center, [1982-?]. 51p., staplebound wraps with national seal; black and white photos and biographies of major figures. One staple has pulled away from textblock, otherwise mild edgewear. Undated, but personnel reflect changes after the 1981 plebiscite.
Aurora, MO: The Menace, n.d. 259p., edgeworn and partly faded wraps, torn along portions of spine. Internal pages yellowing. This is a reprint of the original Senate report, "Lands held for ecclesiastical or religious uses in the Philippine Islands," published by the GPO in 1901; However, this version has a....