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Brooklyn: NY High School Student Coalition, . 8.5x11 inch handbill, minor toning, otherwise very good. Asks the reader to attend a Board of Education meeting to protest police in schools, dress codes, harassment of Vietnam War protesters and Black and Puerto Rican activists, etc.
Brooklyn: Edward E. Bowns, 1876. 5.5x3 inch card with slogan between two columns for recording the electoral votes of various states; the verso has a summary of the presidential votes from 1789 to 1872. Minor chipping at corners, not reaching the text. "Vote early! Vote often!" was a tongue-in-cheek reference.....
New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, Inc., 1946. Hardcover. [viii], 103p., good possible first edition (no FS colophon but too early for a reprint) in cloth boards and unclipped dj, slight edgewear and dimming, jacket is chipped at spine ends. Poetry. Brooklyn, New York born African American poet/playwright/novelist's first book.....
New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, Inc., 1946. Hardcover. [viii], 103p., good possible first printing (no stylized "FS" emblem to copyright page but we have handled multiple copies of this original edition and have never seen one present) somewhat soiled in cloth boards. Price clipped dj is riubbed and edgworn,chipped.....
New York: AMS Press, 1973. Hardcover. 156p., very good hardcover reprint of the 1918 edition. Antislavery novel by the Charleston, South Carolina-born, Brooklyn, New York-raised African American educator who was, among many other things, the first Black teacher in the Brooklyn school system.
New York: Liveright Inc., 1932. Hardcover. 408p., original cloth binding, first edition, very good condition in a bright dj with some chipping on the edges. Also issued later by International Publishers. *Rideout author. "Joseph Freeman was on the earliest intellectual recruits to the Communist Party and was associated with its.....
Brooklyn: INCAR, 1978. First two issues of the numbered edition of this tabloid format newspaper (Earlier publications of the same name having been published in Brooklyn and Chicago). Eight pages each, evenly toned, horizontal fold. INCAR was a front group of the the Progressive Labor Party.