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London: Clarke Hall Fellowship, 1950. Pamphlet. 34p., 5x7.25 inches, stapled pamphlet, ex-library, stamped withdrawn from the Home Office library, catalog numbers written on front and inside front covers, staining to back cover, a few dog-ears, a reading copy. The author was the Headmaster of Eton College.
New York: Danad Publishing, 1979. Magazine. 100p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, entertainment news, reviews, opinion, interviews, ads, listings, photos, lightly-worn, magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Originally Ballroom Dance Magazine and Dance Magazine.. Some numbering inconsistencies in the first few volumes. This issue covers gangs on the street and screen with...
Cochabamba: n.p., 1985. Paperback. 292p., illustrations, tables, text in Spanish, first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Covers somewhat browned. Pages age-toned. On the drug trafficking in Bolivia, Columbia and Miami; three of the nine chapter titles mention "los convenios secretos entre Estados Unidos y Bolivia"
Oakland: LaDay Publishing, 1998. Paperback. 234p., text is reproduced from a typewritten mss with inconspicuously-achieved justified right margin, amateur title page and preliminaries. Glossy wraps in near-fine condition, very first printing of the original self-published first edition, cover art by Barbara Jim-George. First novel by the African American author, subsequently republished.
Oakland: LaDay Publishing, 1998. Paperback. 234p., text is reproduced from a typewritten mss with inconspicuously-achieved justified right margin, amateur titlepage and preliminaries. Glossy wraps in near-fine condition, very first printing of the original self-published first edition, cover art by Barbara Jim-George, this copy is signed and inscribed by Jackson on...
New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1953. Hardcover. [vi], 278p., generic inscription signed by the African American author, pencil ownership notes abot the signing on rear endpaper, pages 266/267 opened roughly leaving ragged edges otherwise a very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped brick red dj. African American author...
San Antonio: Self-published by the author at Mungua Printers, 2006. Paperback. 203p + appendices, preface, introduction, illustrations and photos, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Morales is a Gang Specialist and a member of the National Major Gang Task Force.
Beverly Hills, CA: Ant Valley Book Productions, 1995. Paperback. 35p., wraps stained and worn else good condition. Not found in OCLC as 4/2019. On the truce between African American gangs in 1992 in the Los Angeles area. The author wrote up the truce, and here praises the teachings of Elijah...
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1974. Hardcover. 239p., stain on fore-edge, light wear otherwise a goof first edition in cloth boards and unclipped bright dj. Young 3109. Author's first book. Filmed in 1979 and starring Ken Wahl in his first film, thanks to the guidance and hard work of Kris Schuessler.
Pasadena: Concrete Jungle Books, 2010. 232 p., very good in wraps; color-photo section inside of the author and other figures in the Bay Area crack-dealing scene ("George and his Lamborghini" and thirty other well-reproduced snapshots including a group photo on the cover). Autobiographical account by the self-described "youngest and most...