This section includes literature by Asian American authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of Asian American political and cultural organizations. We stock many out-of-print Asian American immigrant publications in Asian languages.
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San Francisco: Living Well Group/API Wellness Center, 1994-1997. Seven issue broken run, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, articles, news, events, services and resources, illustrations and photos, very good in wraps. Issues include: March & April 1994, April & November 1995, March & July 1996 and January 1997.
San Leandro, CA: Badarikashrama, 1991. Handbill. 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good, announcing an event including prayers, meditation, and a panel discussion led by Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor with members of SANE, the Grey Panthers, and other groups. Issued in the context of the first Iraq War.
[San Francisco]: The Philippine-American Workers International Solidarity Committee, . Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only with information on the film and the two showings (La Pena Cultural Center Berkeley & The Women's Building SF) graphic of NPA fighter in the jungles, lightly-worn on white stock. The film was.....
San Francisco: Merle Woo Defense Committee, 1984. 10p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, lightly toned, very good. Announces that Woo will return to UC Berkeley to teach after having been fired, it says, "because she is a socialist feminist, a trade unionist and a lesbian." Woo was.....
Paperback. viii, 276p. + [viii] ads, wraps, worn copy. The annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 223, September 1942. This special issue covers a number of aspects pertaining to the relationship between both native minorities and immigrant groups and the American war effort.
Albany CA: the high school, 1996. 160p., the usual yearbook format but a little taller (11.5x8.5 inches), the photos and jokes snarkier than exemplars from earlier decades, a bit edgeworn with faint damp-ripple to text leaves, a handled copy with numerous jocular inscriptions to "Jack," the senior whose book this.....
San Francisco: Kami Studios, 1949. 8x10 inch black and white photographs showing large crowd of kids, parents and grandparents posing in front of the church, dressed in Sunday best. Inscribed at bottom on the negative of one of the photos with identification. Also included is another photo showing a smaller.....
[Sacramento]: State of California Health and Welfare Agency, Department of Mental Health, Citizens Advisory Council, October, 1979. Paperback. iii, 171p., 8.5x11 inches, foreword, introduction, overview, summaries, discussions, conclusion, appendice, stables, very good trade paperback in white decorative wraps.
New York: Committee on Wartime Planning for Chinese Students in the United States; China Institute in America, 1942. 109p., paperback journal, errata slip tipped in (originally pasted inside front cover with several spots of glue, now loose but still present). Very good. First issue of the journal, with a small.....
San Francisco: Graphic Arts Class at Balboa New Century Enterprise, 1993-1994. Six issue broken run of the school newsletter, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, photos, articles, events, sports, very good on heavy stock. Student newsletter produced by multicultural students. Issues include: 1:2-5, 2:1 & 2, December 10, 1993 - December.....
Honolulu: the school, 1971. Paperback. 224p., paperbound in 11x8.5 inch wraps, yearbook in non-standard format: no singleton mugshots but a plethora of candid snapshots (usually of small groups) captioned with more than the usual humor and a touch of naughtiness. Prelims and terminal leaves covered with farewell holograph messages. This.....
West Hollywood: One Institute/International Gay and Lesbian Archives, 1998. Three issues, various pagination 8.5x11 inches, photos, ads, very good newsletter in pastebound wraps. One issue contains a celebration of Jim Kepner's life. Kepner had passed away in November 1997. Rear cover of issue #3 is in Chinese and represents the.....
New Orleans: The Independent American, 1965. Ten-panel leaflet, very good. Tax Fax No. 62. States that Johnson's proposed immigration reforms would assault American workers by inviting cheap competition, while "unlimited, non-quota Orientals and Negroes would be allowed." States that the law would also welcome communist agents and the insane.