Oral tradition / transcription
Madrid: the magazine, 1977. 130p., numerous illustrations, 9.5x6.5 inch newsprint textblock in color wraps, a bit worn with a small corner chip. Nine articles most of them on the Civil War or its aftermath, features an interview with Federica Montseny, includes survey of recent assassinations in the United States.
Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Historical Society, 2001. Paperback. xii, 122p., printed recto-only, 8.5x11 inches, photos, interviews, facsimile documents and newsclippings, index, appendixes (appendix A laid-in separate, a 16p. booklet 8.5x11 inches) very good in Perma bound covers. "Transcribed by the Berkeley Oral History Project of the Berkeley Historical Society, 2001."
San Francisco: New Glide Publications, 1978. Hardcover. xii, 337p., prologue, interviews, Nancy's story, selected bibliography, illustrated with b&w photos and film stills, very good first edition in half-cloth boards and edgeworn, unclipped dj with closed tears. Based on the documentary film.
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1927. Hardcover. xvii, 116p., first edtion boards gilt in two fabrics (black linen backstrip, marigold buckram) and what looks like handsewn headbands, in dust jacket; UNC bindery at the top of its form. Tinted top edge, the calendared paperstock thick and in...
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1927. Hardcover. xvii, 116p., first edtion boards gilt in two fabrics (black linen backstrip, marigold buckram), the buckram is somewhat soiled else very good condition. European American author who, according to the introduction, sets the background for the flowering of African American...
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...
San Francisco: LEGACY Oral History Project; San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum, 1995. Hardcover. xxxiii, 95p. + numerous unpaginated facsimiles of documents and photos; inscribed by Beckford. On the African American dancer/playwright/choreographer and author. 8.5x11 inches, plain blue boards.
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. xvii, 174p., foreword, preface, introduction, appendixes, index, footnotes, references, illustrations and photos, very good first edition in wraps. Newspaper obituary tipped-in to inside front cover.