San Francisco: Community Muralists' Network, 1982. Magazine. Single issue of the magazine, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Includes sections on Chicano murals, the SF bay area (including centerfold map of murals in San Francisco), a lengthy narrative of a cross-country drive featuring mural visits, and more.
Plauen I. V. Verlag Christian Stoll, 1929. Heads-up, lacking one plate. Unfastened standard leaves on coated paperstock, color plates with a few b&w reproductions, enclosed a printed folder and in cloth and decorated paper- over- boards folding box. Box spine panel is frayed, color onlay image is slightly rubbed, and...
Somerville, MA: Radical America, 1978. Full year run, wraps, various lengths. Number one is a double issue combined with #6 of volume 11. Wraps somewhat smudged or worn on some numbers. Topics include American Leninism in the 1970s, Chicano murals, miners, sexual harassment, the Black south in the 1970s, the...
Los Angeles: Pacifica Gallery, 1966. Pamphlet. Single 8.5 by 11 inch sheet folded once to create 4 pages (panels), wraps. Illustrated brochure/pamphlet for the opening of an exhibition of Ames' mural depicting the course of African American history. Back cover photo shows Medgar Evers' widow and children attending the unveiling.
Berlin: printed by CON Literaturvertreib GmBH for Haus Kulturen der Welt, 1992. 144p., numerous vignette artists' portraits and site photography, coated paperstock thoughout with exhibit-quality reproductions of artwork (mostly in color). First edition 10.5x8 inch decorated cardstock wraps, mild edgewear to cover with a small price sticker. A very good...
San Francisco: The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1988. Hardcover. 238p., 10.25x10.25 inches, preface, introduction, note to reader, essays, appendix, index, illustrated with plates, photos, figures, plans, maps, signed on title page by editor Berrinvery good first edition in red boards and unclipped dj, mild shelfwear.
San Francisco: Robert A. Reid, 1915. unpaginated, 12x9 inches oblong, frontis with tissue-guard, introduction, notes, illustrated with captioned b&w plates, very good in edgeworn brown ribbon-bound wraps with a small tear on bottom edge of front cover which includes the frontis photo (in margin only).
[San Leandro]: Black Hat Productions & The Four AM Shift, . Paperback. 37p. + documents of interest and bios, 8.5x11 inches, b&w photos, foldout plan of mural, reproductions of letters, news articles etc., all printed recto printed on an HP LaserJet and produced on an Amiga 2000, very good permabond...
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1977. Paperback. xxvii, 292p., + 16p. profusely illustrated with b&w photos and color plates of numerous murals, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. This paperback original focuses on Hispanic and Black murals of the late 1960s and 1970s.
Los Angeles: RJD Enterprises, 1997. 301p., 8.5 x 11 inches, introduction, mural resource groups, bibliography, index, color photos of 300 of California's most outstanding murals with personal commentaries from more than 100 artists, very good first trade paperback edition in pictorial wraps.
New York: Random House/Times Books, 1985. Paperback. [ii] introduction + 72 color plates, 8x8 inches, first edition stated with number line ending in 2 as is correct for Random House first printings, trade paperback in worn black pictorial wraps. Wilma Ervin's photos of East Village graffitti and mural art.