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Madrid: the magazine, 1977. 130p., numerous illustrations, 9.5x6.5 inch newsprint textblock in color wraps, a bit worn with a small corner chip, pages evenly toned else good condition. Text in Spanish. Nine articles most of them on the Civil War or its aftermath, features an interview with Federica Montseny, includes.....
Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books / Chicago Review Press, 2009. Hardcover. ix, 369p., photo section on inserted stock, first edition hardbound in black boards with black cloth backstrip titled in metallic blue and enclosed in a photographic dust jacket. An absolutely clean sound copy unmarked by anybody.
Novato: Anderson Publishing, 1991. vi, 181p., coated paperstock throughout, full-page b&w photographic plates with facing text. Coffeetable size cloth boards very good in edgeworn chipped dust jacket. Local celebrities, mostly, but find a few wellknown rockers (women & men) and multicultural as well as white personalities.
Clintwood: Resource and Information Center Council of the Southern Mountains, 1973. 260p., introduction, illustrated throughout with drawings, maps and photos, addendum card laid-in, very good limited first printing of 1500 copies in pictorial wraps. Personal inscription to folk historian Archie Green signed by the editor. Appalachian oral histories.
New Haven: Published by Hezekiah Howe and A. H. Maltby. Printed by Hezekiah Howe. 1829. xi, 359p., first edition 7x4.3 inch full calf boards are rubbed and worn with joints cracked but hinges holding. Spine label presumably gone missing, leaving no shadow or scar. Within, expect pervasive foxing, several small.....
Berkeley: Heyday Books/Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, 2006. Paperback. xxxvii, 470p., prologue, introduction, testimonies, appendices, notes, glossary, bibliography, index, photos, very good first edition trade paperback in red pictorial wraps. A collection of Hispanic women's oral histories.
San Francisco: UCSG Oral History Program, Department of the History of Health Sciences, UCSF, 1992. Paperback. xvii, 174p., foreword, preface, introduction, appendixes, index, footnotes, references, illustrations and photos, first edition in 9x7.5 inch wraps. Newspaper obituary tipped-in to inside front cover; it has toned but not offset. Mild edgewear, a......