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Washington: self-published, 1956. 33p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, map, illustrated with drawings and photos, coffee-cup rings on cover, original stapled wraps with the author's typed apology for uncorrected mistakes affixed to front. The Congressman's newsletters and reports from Africa in 1955.
Washington DC: Congresswoman Sala Burton and Representative Phillip Burton, . Ten-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with a graph, symptoms, how to reduce risk etc., a special report from the congresswoman and her late husband. The latest report on cases was August 1983. Very early response by Congressional leaders.....
Washington DC: Congress of the United States House of representatives, Sala Burton 5th District, california, April 10, 1988. Two 8.5x11 inch sheets of Congress of the United States stationary stapled at upper-left corner, two fold creases for mailing. Four paragraph letter to the Director of KQED & KQEC in San.....
New York: Random House/Times Books, 1992. Hardcover. viii, 164p., preface, introduction, near -fine first edition stated with number line 98765432 as called for according to Verkler and Zempel, quarter-cloth boards and bright, unclipped dj. Time for an update as no one apparently read this book.
n.p. Russell & Cutler, Printers, 1808. 32p., sewn 8.3x5 inch signatures, remnant of thread present, leaves ready to detach. Final two leaves are torn at the foredge with irregular quarter-inch losses, text unaffected, several old pencilled numerals and running pagination in sepia nib ("703-734"), a very good exemplar.
Washington: Untired States Government Printing Office, 1957. vi+19p.+ index, original stapled wraps, very good condition. Printed letter from J. Edgar Hoover laid in supporting HUAC and opposing "Operation Abolition" November 8. HUAC response to ECLC's barnstorming tour to abolish HUAC. Dalton Trumbo and the Hollywood Ten are mentioned.
New York: Dutton, 1960. Hardcover. 192p., preface, first edition in boards and unclipped, lightly-worn dj; has a mild musty scent, in all other respects a good copy. Autobiography of California Democratic congressman Dalip Singh Saund, the first Asian-born candidate to be elected to Congress.
Caldwell: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1959. xi+228p., frontis-portrait, limitation page, foreword, appendix, illustrated with photos and facsimiles, plates, very good limited edition #98/1000 copies signed by the author in gray cloth, gilt and mylar jacket. Added inscription and signature by the author dated July 1959.
Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1986. Paperback. iii, 129p., softbound in 9x6 inch side-stapled self-wraps, ex library with some pencilling and rubberstamping, a good sound copy that is otherwise clean. Turner et alia assure the committee that the Philippine communists committed worse fraud and violence than did the Philippine.....