1989: Self-published by the author, 1989. 29 sheet photocopy manuscript on 8.5x11 inch sheets printed recto-only, stapled upper left corner, corrected-updated copyright notice printed on cover. Judy Brady is best known for the Ms. article "Why I Want a Wife." This piece is an original copy of a piece she...
San Francisco: Breast Cancer Action, 2000-2003. Run of Breast Cancer Acation newlstter from March/April 2000 to March/April 2003 plus September/October 2003 issue. Issues Jan/Feb 2000, May/June 2003, July/August 2003, and Nov/Dec 2003 missing. Includes inserts on resources, education, and specific drugs as well as contribution envelopes. Collection also includes annual...
Koln und Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1961. Hardcover. 486p. plus appended matter, scattered b&w illustrations and tables with four color photos of Rongelap Island, first edition hardbound in 9.5x6.5 inch light blue cloth boards gilt and dust jacket. The plain printed dj bears an inch-long closed tear, edgewear and handling soil...
Dixon, CA: Lucky Me Enterprises, 1973. 70p., inscribed by author (as "Della"), very good. Thoughts recorded in the form of a diary after the author's diagnosis with cancer and eventually successful struggle with alcohol addiction. She lives beyond the time expected, which she attributes to her faith.
New York: Regan / An imprint of HarperCollins, 2006. Hardcover. [25p] 11.5x9 inches landscape format, color illustrations every page, very good first edition in laminated pictorial boards and matching, unclipped, slightly edgeworn, dj, personal inscription on the half-title signed by author Negron.
[Somerville, MA?]: Central Resource Center, . 23p., wraps, blank colored label taped to bottom of spine. Not in OCLC. Illustrated testimony of a cancer survivor, adapted for adult students of limited English literacy. The writer was a student at Somerville Community Adult Learning Experiences (SCALE).
Princeton: The Arts Council of Princeton, 1990. 80p., 5x10 inches, afterword, very good first edition in original wraps. Personally inscribed and signed by the poet, onetime mayor of Princeton, sister of Cokie Roberts and Tommy Boggs, who died within months of publication of this work dealing with her ovarian cancer fight.
Gainesville, GA: The Center for Democratic Renewal and the Newton Florist Club, 1998. Paperback. 58p., 11x8.5 inches landscape format, illustrated with b&w photos, very good first edition trade paperback in lightly-used black pictorial wraps. On a black Georgia community's fight against cancer-causing pollutants. In 1936 a tornado destroyed most of...
Washington DC: The Mary-Helen Mautner Project for Lesbians with Cancer, 1993. 12p., 5.5x8.5 inches, dedication to ten lesbians who died in 1992-93, introduction, report, information on the Project, illustrated with photos and figures, very good pamphlet in stapled maroon wraps with letter from President Susan Hester on letterhead stapled to...