Large 3-inch-diameter pin, very good.
Large 3-inch-diameter pin, very good.
London: National Women's Aid Federation; Welsh Women's Aid, 1978. 23p., staplebound pamphlet, light handling wear.
San Francisco: Homeless People Organize, 1990. 24p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned. Tabloid sold by the homeless, with articles about the Tenderloin, deaths on the street, and more.
San Francisco: Raphael House, 2000. Magazine. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, program descriptions, volunteer and donor lists, statistics, history, photos, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.
San Francisco: The Homeless Caucus, . 8.5x14 inch sheet printed one side, explaining the protest at the State Building and inviting supporters to join the homeless in the Tent City for a rally. Lists nine demands of the movement.
San Francisco: A Project of the Coalition on Homelessness, 1999. 134p., illustrated in b&w from the newspaper, with inserted color plates; oblong 5.3 x 8.3 inch glossy decorated wraps. Slightly edgeworn and thumbed.
Oakland: ACT UP / East Bay, 1994. 8.5x11 inch flyer, printed both sides, light handling wear. On the effort to turn a dilapidated home in North Berkeley into housing for ten homeless people with AIDS. NIMBY neighbors put the plan into jeopardy, so the organization planned a Halloween evening gathering...
San Francisco: [SF State University], 1997. 46 p., standard leaves under a plastic cover. Master of Social Work thesis, copy submitted to advisor. Includes coipies of survey materials used to collect data on homeless families.
Nevada City: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997. Unpaginated prelims and appendices, 58 full-page b&w repros from 1850s to 1920s, autobiographical text (Appollo was once, or twice, down and out himself), first edition 9.5x7 inch boards in pictorial dj; a very good copy. 58 images; mostly whites, four African Americans, one youth...
La Plata [Argentina]: Terramar Ediciones, 2008. paperback. 141p., wraps, very good condition, 5x7.75 inches. Colección Utopía libertaria.
Berkeley: ARC Press for the author/activists, 2005. Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries, 115p., illustrated with two small sketches and three color cover photos; softbound in 8x5 inch glossy wraps, a perfectly clean, sound, unmarked copy.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000. Hardcover. xx, 341p., first printing, dj.
[Oakland]: . 20x26 inch poster, very good, minor edgewear. The Poor News Network bought a plot of land in East Oakland with a house on it, in an effort to create an autonomous housing space for the formerly homeless.
Oakland: PM Press and Reach & Teach, 2011. Paperback. 173p., wraps, illus., new, signed by author and illustrator. Juvenile fiction for all ages. Illustrated by Brian Bowes.
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1990. xxiii, 439p., neatly ex library, dj. A United Hospital Fund book.
San Francisco: John Bryan, 1995. Newspaper. Twelve page tabliod newspaper, folded, paper slightly browned, 11.25x17.5 inches. Stories on the homeless, Neal Cassady & Ken Kesey, Kerouac, local Labor Party advocates and more. Includes a column by Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1996. Hardcover. 260p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. The Black/Puerto Rican activist is Vice President of the National Union of the Homeless.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. xvi, 236p., slightly shelfworn dj.
New York: CFC Communications Section, 1973. 16p., staplebound booklet format, 7x8.5 inches, very good. Fred Newman's organization, in its Maoist phase. This issue largely devoted to mental health issues and homelessness.
San Francisco: Epiphany Journal, 1987. 30p., 5.25x8 inches, poems, illustrations, personal inscription signed by the poet as "Sr. Deborah Corbett" year of publication, very good chapbook in peach stapled pictorial wraps. Poet meets old homeless woman ("baglady" in the text) who critiques Descartes and Crazy Jane (presumably Edith Sitwell's Jane).
South Pasadena: Lizardi Communications, 1989. Paperback. xiii, 138p., snapshot portrait illustrations, trade-size photo-decorated wraps;Long inscription by the author on the half-title page. very good. Primarily a housing ministry, with food.
San Francisco: Librad Press, 2000. Paperback. xvi, 360p., wraps, illus., spine lightly creased else very good condition. Story of a radical micro station, San Francisco Liberation Radio (SFLR, 93.7 founded in 1993. Includes a chapter on the failed Matrix Program in SF, Food not Bombs, Pirate Radio, etc.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. Hardcover. xiii, 271p., fine first edition in boards and unclipped dj. On Eighner's homeless period in Austin and hitchhiking to California with his dog.
[San Francisco]: Ethsix, 2006. 48p., 11x8.5 inches oblong, illustrations, color and b&w photos, poetry, social commentary, oral history, very good in original pictorial wraps. High-level artwork by Bay Area social-workers; the title is explained as "The sixth code of ethics (eth-six) from the National Association of Social Workers is the.....
[San Francisco]: Ethsix, 2006. 48p., 11x8.5 inches oblong, illustrations, color and b&w photos, poetry, social commentary, oral history, small stain on front corner, else very good condition in original pictorial wraps. High-level artwork by Bay Area social-workers; the title is explained as "The sixth code of ethics (eth-six) from the.....