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n.pl. Self-published by the author, c1999-2000. Pamphlet. 18p., 5.5x8.5 inch photocopied zine wraps; illus., in very good condition. "A collection of communiqués and press releases from July 28th 1999 through January 20th 2000. Taken from Bioengineering Action Network (BAN)..." (title).
San Francisco: UCSG Oral History Program, Department of the History of Health Sciences, UCSF, 1992. Paperback. xvii, 174p., foreword, preface, introduction, appendixes, index, footnotes, references, illustrations and photos, first edition in 9x7.5 inch wraps. Newspaper obituary tipped-in to inside front cover; it has toned but not offset. Mild edgewear, a......
Brooklyn: A Red Ballon Collective Publication, 1998. Pamphlet. 47p., wraps, 5.5x8.5, two email addresses written on the back wrap else very good condition. At head of front wrap: Genetic engineering. The author attacks such speculations as the race-based notion that there is a 'gene' that causes criminal behavior (p.37) Red.....
[San Francisco]: LAGAI-Queer insurrection/UltraViolet, [2000s?]. Three 8.5x11 inch sheets printed both sides and stapled upper-left corner, three reprinted articles by Deeg, illustrations, very good on blue stock. A reprint or separate off print of articles by Deeg originally appearing in various issues of UltraViolet and Out newsletter in the 1980s.....
Paris: Amedee Legrand, Editeur, 1924. Paperback. 230p., small paperbound of sewn signatures in plain printed wraps, scattered photoillustrations (with a few X-rays, very fuzzily reproduced), an intact but weak copy with threads slightly loose (expect gaps between fastenings), front hinge worn, small chips at head and tail of spine. Fair.....
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1895. Hardcover. 260p., 5.5x8 inch boards; titling in gilt, light soil on boards, spine sun-faded and front board edges slightly toned, corners bumped, text block edges slightly toned, very light (white) paint splatter and foxing along fore-edge, endpapers slightly browning, else very good.
Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1981. x, 140p., first edition trade-size wraps, a very good copy. Sentence at random, from p.73: "Concerning the second possibility, the cerebrospinal fluid homovanillic acid primarily samples the caudate nucleus." Of course, that was back in 1981, and yes, yes, text is entirely in English.
New York: Larch Publications, Inc., 1943. Pamphlet. 40p., staplebound pamphlet in 7.5x5 inch printed textured wraps; mild signs of handling and mild toning, old ownership stamp inside front cover, otherwise clean and sound, a good copy. Amateur science, from protozoa to societal pairings amongst "cavemen, cavewomen," to high-density urban living.....
Chipping Norton, NSW: Institute of Human Biology, Papua-New Guinea, 1971. Hardcover. 133p., hardcover, neatly ex-library. Monograph Series No.2. Medical cases, illustrated with photographs, illustrating physical and mental disabilities in Papua New Guinea due to environmental factors and pathologies.
London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd., 1975. Paperback. vi, 66p., illustrated with scattered b&w site and specimen photography, softbound, 8.5x5.5 inch decorated cardstock wraps. Covers mildly sunned with a small adhesive stain to back, a sound copy entirely clean and unmarked within. Institute of biology's studies in biology no 58.
Stockholm: Archaeological Research Laboratory, Stockholm University, 2005. Various pagination, 88p. thesis appended with papers originally published between 1988 and 2005, very good in 11.5x8 inch blue wraps. Explores excavated shells from human habitation sites, including a section on cowries imported from as far away as Islamic lands.
Detroit MI: Parke, Davis & Co., no date, circa 1913. 40p., high-gloss alkaline paperstock, softbound, a small stapled pamphlet in 6.5x4.5 inch dun wraps printed sepia letterpress. Covers show mildest crimping along spinefold, in all other respects fine: completely sound, clean and unmarked. Text is comprised of an eight-page Parke.....