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Amsterdam: Stichting Gay & Lesbian Games, 1998. Five pieces, various pagination, all 8.25x11.75 inches, very good. Includes: Single sheet welcome letter from the Mayor, Schelto Patijn, Gay Games Press Presentations, advertisement for photo processing, two-sheet item "What a journalist at Gay Games Amesterdam 1998 needs to know! and a 22-sheet...
Amsterdam: HAPOTOC [Help A Prisoner and Outlaw Torture Organizing Committee], 1975. Three 8.5x14 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left corner; additional staple holes from having been closed for mailing; address label and stamp on rear cover. Newsletter of the prisoner support organization. One article describes the difference between...
Den Bosch: Muurkrant Kollektief, 1992-1994. Eight issues of the Dutch-language anti-authoritarian activist newsletter, four to sixteen pages per issue, several have tears, edgewear or minor soiling, but generally very good. Issues present are 250, 256, 259, 262, 265, 266, 272, 273. Also included for free is a damaged copy of no. 254.
Utrecht: Medisch-Juridisch Comité voor Politieke gevangenen, 1978. Paperback. 279 pages, divided into two staplebound volumes, 8.25x12.25 inches, texts in Dutch, in red covers with spine panel peeling at top and bottom. Dutch edition of the collected communiques of the Red Army Faction, also known as the Baader-Meinhof Group.
Amsterdam: Internationalal Homo/Lesbisch Informatiecentrum en Archief, 2003. Eight-panel newsletter folded to 6x8.25 inches, text in Dutch, photos, events, reports, services and resources, very good on heavy glossy stock, 8.25x11.5 inch sheet laid-in with English text printed one-side.
Vogelenzang: Helmond, 1937. Magazine. 48p., 7.25x10 inches, text in Dutch illustrated with 125 b&w photos of international scout troupes in uniforms and activities at the Jamboree, magazine in stapled pictorial wraps with mild wear and vertical fold crease. Ned. Jeugdbibliotheek ; 73A. Souvenir of the Scout Jamboree in Vogelenzang.
Amsterdam: The Amsterdam Jacks, [1987?]. 4 panel brochure, 6x8.25 inches, six paragraphs explaining the organization and the concept illustrated with drawing of four faceless nude men pleasuring each other by artist "GL" Formed in 1986 in Amsterdam as a response to the threat of AIDS, the movement expanded to 12...