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Gallerie: Women\'s Art; vol. 1, #6: 45 women artists
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Gallerie: Women's Art; vol. 1, #6: 45 women artists

By Kelley, Caffyn, editor, Judy Chicago, Sue Coe, Sharron Zenith Corne, The Guerrilla Girls, Bettina Aptheker, Judy Grahn, et al.

North Vancouver: Gallerie Pub, 1988. Magazine. 144p., 8.25x10.75 inches, illustrated with b&w reproductions of artworks, very good in pictorial wraps. Later called Gallerie: Women's Art.

$25.00

From Parlor to Prison: five American Suffragists talk about their lives
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From Parlor to Prison: five American Suffragists talk about their lives

By Gluck, Sherna Berger, Sylvie Thygeson, Jessie Haver Butler, Miriam Allen DeFord, Laura Ellsworth Seiler, Ernestine Hara Kettler, introduction by Meredith Tax

New York: Monthly Review Press, 1985. Paperback. 300p., introductions, afterword, chronology, very good first printing of this edition trade paperback in pictorial yellow wraps. New Feminist Library. Originally published by Vintage in 1976.

$12.00

On the road to Damascus and other poems
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On the road to Damascus and other poems

By Williams, Katrice

Stanford, CA: Stabilized Mindz, 2008. 64 pages, slender paperback, very good, inscribed by the author. Poetry by a then-student at Stanford.

$17.00

Home Girls: a Black feminist anthology
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Home Girls: a Black feminist anthology

By Smith, Barbara, editor, Michelle T. Clinton, Michelle Cliff, Jewelle L. Gomez, Audre Lorde, Pat Parker, Alice Walker, et al.

New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1983. Paperback. lviii, 376p., introduction, very good third printing trade paperback in wraps.

$11.00

Valley Women\'s Voice; Volume 5 Issue 10, December 1983
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Valley Women's Voice; Volume 5 Issue 10, December 1983

Amherst, MA: Valley Women's Voice, 1983. 20p., folded tabloid format, illus., ads for local businesses, calendar of events, evenly toned, some wear else good condition. Newspaper based out of the Everywomen's Center at UMass. The paper was established after women students occupied the office of the UMass Collegian to protest inadequate coverage of women's news.

$25.00

Heroizmi i Kreshtave të Shalës
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Heroizmi i Kreshtave të Shalës

By Simnica, Drita

Prishtine: Vatra, 2000. 176p., slender paperback, very good. Text in Albanian. Not found in OCLC as of September 2019, though the book is discussed in "Albanian Personal Narratives of the Kosovo War and the Struggle for a National Narrative" by Anna Di Lellio and Mevlyde Salihu. Autobiographical narrative of her experience in the Kosovo Liberation Army.

$20.00

Rank culture. Volume II (Spring 1996)
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Rank culture. Volume II (Spring 1996)

Portland, OR: the zine, 1996. [24p.], second issue of the staplebound zine, old price label on cover, light handling wear. Personal commentaries and poems by various women.

$15.00

Cahiers du Feminisme [4 issues]
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Cahiers du Feminisme [4 issues]

By Alleton, Isabelle, director of publication

Montreuil, France: LCR, 1987. Four issues of the magazine from 1986 and 1987. Issues present are Numbers 35 and 38-40. 35p. each, 8 x 11.75 inches, illus., all with worn wraps, some soiling, else generally good condition. Text in French. Published by the Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire, a French trotskyist group here identified only as "LCR". Number 40 includes a section on women's sexuality, including an article on lesbian activists.

$25.00

Notes on a Scandal a screenplay
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Notes on a Scandal a screenplay

By Marber, Patrick, based on the novel by Zoe Heller

London: Faber and Faber, 2006. Paperback. xi, 112p., notes, the screenplay, cover curled otherwise very good first edition trade papeback original in black pictorial wraps. Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench starred.

$12.00

Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists Newsletter: vol. 2, #1 &2, Fall 2001
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Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists Newsletter: vol. 2, #1 &2, Fall 2001

By Youngblood, Julia, editor

San Francisco: Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists, 2001. Magazine. 20p. each, 8.5x11 inches, news, articles, art, photos, opportunities, services and resources, remains of tape closure for mailing and address label otherwise very good magazines in stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Valley Women\'s Voice; Volume 6 Issue 3, April 1984
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Valley Women's Voice; Volume 6 Issue 3, April 1984

Amherst, MA: Valley Women's Voice, 1984. 16p., folded tabloid format, illus., ads for local businesses, calendar of events, evenly toned, some wear, 1 inch closed tear along fold else good condition. Newspaper based out of the Everywomen's Center at UMass. Cover story on Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign, plus articles on a lesbian cooperative dorm at Smith College, sexuality, and more.

$20.00

Lesbian Connection: vol. 5, #3, Sept. 1981
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Lesbian Connection: vol. 5, #3, Sept. 1981

E. Lansing, MI: Ambitious Amazons, 1981. 26p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, news, reviews, events, sources and resources, lightly-worn otherwise a very good mimeograph newsletter in stapled pictorial wraps. Newsletter from the Michigan collective. Began as a simple newsletter and eventually became a magazine.

$25.00

Women\'s Rights Law Reporter [four issues]
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Women's Rights Law Reporter [four issues]

Newark, NJ: Women's Rights Law Reporter, 1979. Magazine. Four issues of the staplebound journal, approximately 8.5x11 inches, very good. Issues present are vol. 4 no. 4, vol. 5 nos. 2/3 and 4, and vol. 6 nos. 1/2. Discussions of legal issues around the ERA, employment discrimination, affirmative action, and more.

$20.00

Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 13, May 9-May 22
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Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 13, May 9-May 22

Cambridge, Mass: Old Mole, 1969. 19., folded tabloid format, illus., evenly toned, lightly worn, 1 inch closed tear along fold, small pen mark on p. 9 else good condition. Cambridge radical underground paper. Women's liberation issue with an article on the upcoming Regional Female Liberation Conference by Roxanne Dunbar, plus articles on the NLF, North Korea, the Harvard student strike, Northern Ireland, and more.

$20.00

New Age: An Independent Labor Newspaper; Dec. 1-15
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New Age: An Independent Labor Newspaper; Dec. 1-15

Buffalo, NY: New Age, 1970. Consists of a single 34 x 23 inch sheet folded in eighths, illus., worn and evenly toned, top corner wrinkled, "1970" written in pencil on front wrap else good condition on newsprint. The paper was published by "a group of working people here in the Buffalo area" and was unaffiliated with "any local or national group or organization" according to the publisher's note. Articles on local labor issues, the Black Panther Party's upcoming Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, Puerto Rican activism, Black Panther Party organizing at a GM plant in California, working class women, and more. Only 6 in OCLC as of 9/2019.

$30.00

Lágrimas en Irak: madre hispana desafía ejército norteamericano
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Lágrimas en Irak: madre hispana desafía ejército norteamericano

By Valencia, Anabelle

Victoria, BC: Trafford, 2006. 112 p., slender paperback, very good. Text in Spanish. By an anti-war mother who had two children fighting with the US forces in Iraq.

$25.00

Gallerie: Women\'s Art; 1989 Annual
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Gallerie: Women's Art; 1989 Annual

By Kelley, Caffyn, editor, Faith Ringgold, Joan Borsa, Guerrilla Girls, Tee Corinne, JEB, et al.

North Vancouver: Gallerie Pub, 1989. Magazine. 112p., 8.25x10.75 inches, illustrated with b&w reproductions of artworks, very good in pictorial wraps. Later called Gallerie: Women's Art.

$25.00

A Parade of Brazil Nut Recipes: Brazil Nuts Are Delicious. Brazil Nut Appetizers Begin or End the Meal. The Main Course Calls for Brazil Nuts [&c]
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A Parade of Brazil Nut Recipes: Brazil Nuts Are Delicious. Brazil Nut Appetizers Begin or End the Meal. The Main Course Calls for Brazil Nuts [&c]

New York: Brazil Nut Association, 1950. Pamphlet. 32p., b&w photography with orange spot-color throughout, softbound, a self-wraps pamphlet in 7x5 inch wraps. Nice clean copy. Why a "parade" ? our guess is, because commanded by "Kernel" Nut, colonel to you. Perfect for your military dictatorship festivities. How about those hard shells?--boil gently for 3 minutes or hot oven for 20 minutes (preferred method, tastier) and shell removal gets easy. Brazil Nut cheese straws? Brazilian potato salad? here we come!

$12.00

Issues in Radical Therapy: Vol. 10, Number 4: Politics, Therapy, and Everyday Life
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Issues in Radical Therapy: Vol. 10, Number 4: Politics, Therapy, and Everyday Life

By Brown, Suzanne, David Lasley, Kathy Moses-Mastroddi, Michael Quam, Gwen Shake, Robert Sipe, Mark Vasconcelles, Jill Welander [and] Jon Wiedlich, editors

Springfield, IL: Cooperative Power, Inc, 1983. Newspaper. 62p. stapled wraps, articles, essays, reviews, news, services and resources, illus., wraps worn and soiled with some small stains else good condition. Includes an article on women's oriented therapy, a review of various books on the American Indian resistance in the United States by Ward Churchill, and more.

$30.00

Larges Horizons; Camp National des Eclaireuses Ainees. Scoutisme francais. Les photos sont de Charles Egermeier. La redaction de cette brochure a ete assuree par La Maitrise du Camp National
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Larges Horizons; Camp National des Eclaireuses Ainees. Scoutisme francais. Les photos sont de Charles Egermeier. La redaction de cette brochure a ete assuree par La Maitrise du Camp National

Vichy: Federation Francaise des Eclaireuses, 1944. Pamphlet. 63p., newsprint, with a b&w photo section on semi-coated stock; softbound, a pamphlet in 9x6 stapled semi-coated pictorial wraps, a fragile item in fairly good shape. Staples still shiny and holding well, paperstock toned of course, covers dusty, front cover foxed round the margins, a good to very good copy that has been enclosed in a neatly-folded clear plastic sur-wrapper taped to itself. Back cover has been stamped (twice) with an official Scout rubber-stamp (not fully legible). Oui, it's girl scouts but we had no separate code word. Inside back cover find a statement of mission: "La federation francaise des eclaireuses forme avec les Guides de France la branche feminine du scoutisme francais. Le scoutisme francais comprend aussi trois associations masculines: Les Eclaireurs de France, Les Scouts de France et Les Eclaireurs Unionistes de France.

$25.00

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