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Washington DC: n.pub. . 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good. Leonard Brown and Denver Smith were shot by an East Baton Rouge deputy sheriff in late 1972 after the governor sent police in riot gear to break up a student demonstration on campus. In 2017 the slain students received honorary degrees.
Hyattsville, MD: INCAR, . 8.5x11 inch mimeographed handbill, very good. "The racist and fascist terror that stalks the streets of Atlanta, Buffalo and other cities is not the work of isolated maniacs. Individual racists may be pulling the triggers, but the guns are put into their hands, and the racist...
San Francisco/Oakland/D.C. Lesbian/Gay Labor Alliance et al, [1980s-1990s]. Six brochures and four handbills relating to LGBT labor actions and programs mostly in the Bay Area in the 1980s/90s, all very good. Includes brochures: Women in Apprenticeship Program, Lesbian/Gay Labor Alliance- We Need to Stand Together, National March of Lesbian/Gay Rights...
Washington DC: Washington Committee to End the War, Student Mobilization Committee, People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, etc, [1970-72]. Nineteen handbills, mostly 8.5x11 inches, announcing various protests and other events in the DC area opposing the Vietnam War. One is crinkled and fold creased, the others very good. Most are...
Washington, DC: the Gallery, 1966. Eight-panel fold-out work, Chinese calligraphy and color motifs with discursive text in English on religious themes by the Taiwan-born artist. Bound in red boards, edgeworn, now almost completely split along spine. Published for an exhibition that ran from Sept. 10 to 30, 1966.
San Francisco: The NAMES Project, 1988. Magazine. 44p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, introductory statements and photos, program for the events, directory, key/map, names circled in the directories in light blue ink and dots and letters in red ink marked on the map/key, soiling and rusted staples otherwise good magazine/program is...
Washington DC: Freedom Leadership Foundation, 1976-77. Four issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good with minor wear. Issues present are vol. 6 no. 23 and vol. 7 nos. 5, 7 and 9. The Freedom Leadership Foundation was the political arm of the Unification Church. Newspaper covers world events from an anticommunist perspective.
New York: Southern Africa Committee, 1978. 29p., a few illustrations amongst the multi-column texts and a list of committee members by name (some 36!), staplebound 8.5x11 inch photoillustrated wraps, very good copy. --The paperstock is very good in this issue, by the by, there's some money around. Also, some confidence...
Washington DC: the Embassy [of the Government of the Republic of Viet-Nam], 1969. Paperback. 33p., paper covers, 11x8.5 inch staplebound self-wraps featuring news articles and photographs in facsimile, accompanied with keyboard-set text. Slight dust-soil and edgewear, a very good copy.
Washington, DC: Third World, 1972. 16p, 11x17 inch tabloid newspaper, center fold, yellowing at edges, otherwise very good condition. Spring poetry issue with criticism of the upcoming National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana, the announcement of the African Liberation Day on May 27 in New York and San Francisco...
Washington, D. C: AFL-CIO, 1973. vi, 164p., semi-coated paperstock in staplebound lightly soiled and faded wraps, else very good. "This report was prepared under the direction of a committee appointed at the August 1, 1973, meeting of the AFL-CIO executive council. The members of the committee are: John H. Lyons...
Washington: Liberty Lobby, . Single 8.5x11 sheet folded to make envelope-sized brochure decorated with a sketch in red white and blue; very good. Invites recipient to join the Liberty Lobby, working to cut taxes, end welfare, and "clamp down hard and fast on campus agitators, black militants and bombers"