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image of San Francisco Express Times, vol. 1, #37, October 2, 1968: We Are America's Children and We Are Everywhere!

San Francisco Express Times, vol. 1, #37, October 2, 1968: We Are America's Children and We Are Everywhere!

by Garson, Marvin, editor, R. Cobb, Frank Cieciorka, Ellen Estrin, Todd Gitlin, Wayne Collins, Robby Stern, Frank Bardacke, Marjorie Heins, Sandy Darlington, et al.

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Published
1968
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San Francisco: The Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, articles, photos, events, actions, comix, psychedelia, folded else very good on newsprint. The Express Times was S.F.'s main political underground paper. Cover story Hippies for Wallace. Kentucky "hippies" support George Wallace. Sex Panic of 1969. Sieze a building? Snap your fingers!
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Analysis, Lest we forget

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Published
1968
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Belmont, MA: The Review of the News, 1968. Pamphlet. 8p., stapled wraps, 5.5x7.5 inches, very good condition. Reprint of "Analysis" article from the April 24, 1968 issue of Review of the News, as a separate pamphlet. John Birch Society viewpoint. John Birch Society perspective arguing that Martin Luther King Jr. might have been killed because he was no longer… Read more
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image of Harlan Labor News. Vol. 2 no. 3 (May 1975)

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Evarts, KY: Harlan Labor News, 1975. Newspaper. 4p. tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, very good. Labor-themed paper, apparently scarce; evidently not a front for one of the communist groups making forays into coal country at the time, as it includes an ad for a revival preacher and local businesses, but there is a substantial letter to the… Read more
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The Mills of the Gods: A tale of tomorrow

by Wimberly, C.F.; illustrated by Newell Wimberly

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Published
1929
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Louisville, KY: Pentecostal Publishing Co, 1929. Hardcover. 255p., cloth-covered boards, 5x7.5 inches, illus., boards edgeworn, corners bumped, pages lightly toned, offsetting to endpapers, penciled gift inscription on free front endpaper, edges lightly foxed. No dj. Religious fiction set in Kentucky.
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image of Workers' Power, No. 128, Sep 4-17, 1975 International Socialist weekly

Workers' Power, No. 128, Sep 4-17, 1975 International Socialist weekly

by International Socialists (US)

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Published
1975
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Highland Park, MI: International Socialists, 1975. Newspaper. One issue, 16 pp., wraps, tabloid folded in half,spot color used throughout, very toned, smudged and chipped, Previous owners name penciled in top right of cover wrap. Articles: "Stop the Racists, hundreds March against Klan in Louisevillie", "Is China Socialist?", "White Line Fever", more.
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image of Communism in the Mid-South; hearings before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, Eighty-Fifth Congress, first session, on Oct. 28, 29, 1957

Communism in the Mid-South; hearings before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, Eighty-Fifth Congress, first session, on Oct. 28, 29, 1957

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws

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Published
1957
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Washington DC: GPO, 1957. Paperback. ii-iii, 1-81,i-viii pp.,wraps, cover wrap coming undone from staple bindings, else excellent condition.
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image of The Kentucky Kernel. Extra! Extra! Extra! (May 6, 1970 issue on the burning of the campus ROTC building)

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Lexington: University of Kentucky, 1970. 4p., tabloid newspaper format, closed edge tear. Describes confrontations between student protesters and the administration after the Kent State shootings; tensions culminated in the burning of an ROTC building on Euclid Avenue by Sue Ann Salmon.
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image of Enough is enough; a collection of articles, letters and speeches

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[New York]: the author. Paperback. [xviii], 150p., wraps, very good condition. The autobiographical odyssey that brought one black intellectual from a belief in the civil rights movement and reform, to separatism and pan-Africanism. Jones, born and raised in Kentucky, was a well know New York City civil rights attorney.
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image of The Scarlet Feather. A novel of the American Frontier [subtitle from dj]

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New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1959. 315p., first edition clothbacked boards in dust jacket; the casebound book is clean, sound and unmarked, quite good, while the dj is worn, its spine panel sunned, sticker scar to front panel. Author Every has autographed the tipped in first blank and we note that he elides his given name with his… Read more
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The Law of Betrayal [signed]

by Collins, Tess

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Published
2003
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9781594660009
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Superior, WI: Port Town Pub, 2003. Paperback. 270p., signed by the author ontitle page, very good first edition trade paperback original in black pictorial wraps with award gilt label affixed front cover. Margaret Coel blurb on rear cover. Tale of mysteries featuring a race of people living in the Appalachian hollows of Kentucky and a dedicated female prosecutor. Third… Read more
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image of Grand Ball given for the benefit locked-out Woodworkers Local 154.  Monday, May 30, 1904 at Germania Hall, First and Jefferson....  Fred Weimeyer , Chairman..

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[Louisville, KY]: Amalgamated Wood Workers International Union of America, 1904. Small 2.6x4.25 card, slightly edgeworn and faded, one side with an ad for the ball, the other with lyrics to "Nobody's lookin' but de owl and de moon" (in pseudo-Black dialect).
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image of Minutes of the twenty-second constitutional general convention of the Industrial Workers of the World, November 9-16, 1936

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Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World, 1936. Pamphlet. 29, 4, 4, 12, 2, 3, 16p., wraps faded and worn, mimeographed, due to mimeograph mishap two pages are blank in the middle of a report but no text is missing (collated with another copy), 8.5x11 inches. First section is minutes, other sections are various reports (Fred Thompson's report, finances, etc)… Read more
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image of March of labor, national monthly magazine for the active trade unionist.  Vol. 6, no. 7, August, 1954

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New York: March of Labor Inv, 1954. Magazine. 23, [i]p., wraps slightly worn, minor wrinkling else good condition, 8x10.5 inches. Includes Anne Braden's article "Kentucky miners prepare for battle," and more. Noted in Walter Goldwater's "Radical periodicals in American, 1890-1950" no. 144 "Monthly edited by John Steuben, spokesman for the Communist line in union matters during this period… Read more
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William E. Bartley Jr. for Senate. People's Party [handbill]

by Bartley, William E., Jr.

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Published
1972
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Lexington: Bill Bartley for US Senate, 1972. 8.5x11 inch mimeographed leaflet, printed both sides, very good. Bartley, a law student, was running as the candidate of the People's Party.
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[Group of three leaflets]

by New Party of Kentucky

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Published
1971
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Lexington, etc.: New Party of Kentucky, 1971. Three 8.5x11 inch leaflets, very good; one is a draft program, another explains refusal to work with major electoral parties, and the last one is a reprint of a joint statement put out by the New Party, Peace and Freedom Party and others in Salt Lake City.
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The what? where? when? why? and how? of the House of David

by House of David

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Published
1931
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Benton Harbor, MI: House of David, 1931. 32p., slender booklet with pictorial cover, very good. Several black and white plates showing the founder, his home in Kentucky, and the site of the House of David at Benton Harbor. Henry Yaple's bibliography of House of David imprints describes this as an unstated third edition, retaining the 1931 date but issued… Read more
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image of The Labor Problem: Is organized labor dangerous to enterprise or American institutions

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n.p.: [the author-?], 1886. 8p., edgeworn pamphlet, paper toned. Top edges uncut; last page has an edge tear (not affecting text) and some soiling. "The Speaker, in an address delivered August 12th, at Smith's Grove [Kentucky], to an organized club of farmers, took occasion to denounce labor organizations in very emphatic terms, by reason of which many labor men… Read more
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Selected Writings

by Wilson, Gladys O., illustrations by James E. Freeman

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Published
1994
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[Indiana or Kentucky?]: Self-published by the author, 1994. [28p] 5.25x8.5 inches, poetry, drawings, color photo of the author and her daughter at rear, very good poetry chapbook in stapled pictorialw raps. The African American poet was born in Kentucky and the artist in Indiana. Religious and spiritual poetry.
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The Pike St. Review #3

by Harrison, W. J. & B. Gibeau, editors, W. Smoke, Dennis Moran, Bill Dodd & David P. Little

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Published
1977
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Covington, KY: The Pike St. Review, 1977. Magazine. [16p] includes covers, 7x8.5 inches, illustrations, mild wear and foxing otherwise very good poetry and art journal in stapled pictorial wraps. Modernist Kentucky poetry. Smoke's "Thirteen Way of Looking at Wallace Stevens" is notable. No copies located in OCLC as of 11/2020.
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Black father black faith

by Hooper, Cliff, Sr

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Published
1970
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Seattle: Self-published by the author, 1970. 100p., wraps. Covers a bit soiled. Pages browned/age-toned. The Indiana born, Seattle-based African American author's meditation on racism in American society.
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