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Portland, OR: Columbia University, 1926. Paperback. 7 issues, various paginations, 6.25x9.5 inches, a few scattered illustrations and photos, This set represents the end of the 1925-1926 school year, skipping the summer months July-September when the publcation did not print, and includes the first half of the 1926-1927 school year.
Seattle: Prisoner Support Group, 1972. Three issues of the 7x8.5 inch newsletter, 12, 16 and 16 pages respectively; issues present are January, March, and April 1972. First issue has a rubberstamp of the Partisan Party on the cover, otherwise generally very good condition with some toning. Includes articles on the.....
Seattle: On the Line, 1984. Newspaper. 8p., tabloid newspaper-format, horizontal fold, some toning. "On the Line is a walk initiated by women. We departed from the Trident Submarine Base in Bangor Washington on March 21, 1984, and will follow the route of the White Train to the Pantex Plant in.....
Seattle: US Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 2005. xiii+342p., 12x8.5 inches oblong, abstract, summary, background, purpose, affected environment, etc, etc, appendices, glossary, bibliography, index, heavily illustrated with b&w and color photos, maps, graphs, charts, tables etc., very good in original spiralbound pictorial wraps. Press release and color newsletter.....
[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], [1920-?]. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, small corner chip. Text is the same on both sides, though one side has a union bug at the bottom. Our House was a cafe that marketed itself in advertisements as "Popular With Our Boys in Blue."
Seattle: Social-Revolutionary Anarchist Federation; Revolutionary Anarchist Print Fund, 1973. 24p., staplebound booklet format, very good; 5.5x8.5 inches. Includes Dan Raphael's "Taking the left to task," a statement by Black Rose Anarcho-Feminists, another anarca-feminist statement from the Siren Collective, and more.
San Francisco / Los Angeles: The Peck-Judah Co., 1917. 64p., 5.5x7.75 inches, small pamphlet printed on (mostly) alkaline india-paper, ads and several route maps and city plates. A poorish copy, unfortunately; the very worn cover is nearly detached from the staples, and an impact to fore-edge has made quarter-inch splits.....