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    National SNCC Monthly - Vol.1, No.7 (May-June, 1971) by [AFRICAN AMERICANS] [CIVIL RIGHTS]

    New York: Student National Coordinating Committee, [1971]. First Edition. Paperback. Scarce, early issue of the official ideological organ of the Student National Coordinating Committee (formerly the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee). Contents include a statement by the SNCC, news of a May Day demonstration, articles on abortion and genocide, the organization of black war resisters, the United Front of Cairo, Illinois, banks, the state of civil rights organizations, the imprisonment of Leon Otis, national and international news. OCLC notes scattered holdings at 4 locations (U.Conn, Emory, Northwestern, U.Kansas), and we note a few others at the Tamiment Library. DANKY 4105. Tabloid (43.25cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 16pp; illus. Mild toning to extremities, some tiny punctures and short tears to front wrapper, with some longer tears to left edge of rear wrapper, and a narrow, oddly shaped hole affecting some lettering at lower corners of pp.3-16; Good, complete copy.


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    Archive of 15 pieces of printed ephemera relating to the 1926 General Strike in Great Britain, including all eight issues of Winston Churchill's anti-labor newspaper "The British Gazette" by [LABOR HISTORY - GREAT BRITAIN] CHURCHILL, Winston Spencer (et al)

    London [and elsewhere]: Various Publishers, (1926). Important archive of primary documents relating to the 1926 General Strike in Great Britain which, though brief and a failure from the syndicalist point of view, would nonetheless be the only General Strike in British history. The event also established a pattern for Tory suppression of radical labour, including the use of "emergency" legislative measures and the mass distribution of propaganda through state-run media. Ironically, the strike also presaged a massive sweep to power of the Labour Party in the years immediately following, a wave which was at least in part a response to the repressive measures employed by the Conservatives against the Trades Union Congress in the General Strike. Of primary interest here is the complete run of eight issues of The British Gazette, a government propaganda sheet edited (and including numerous contributions by) Winston Churchill, who was at this time Chancellor of the Exchequer. Depending upon one's point of view, the Gazette marked something of a low-point in Churchill's career: though it claimed to be filling a journalistic void created by striking newspaper workers, Churchill's paper was more or less a pure exercise in disinformation, filled with intentional inaccuracies intended to build public sentiment against the strikers and to demoralize participants in the strike. Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin was said to have given Churchill the Gazette job "...to keep him busy, and to keep him from doing worse things" (see John M. Davidson, Memoirs of a Conservative); the newspaper's prevarications so galled professional journalists that one was moved to write: "One of the worst outrages which the country had to endure - and to pay for - in the course of the strike, was the publication of the British Gazette. This organ, throughout the seven days of its existence, was a disgrace alike to the British Government and to British journalism" (Kingsley Martin in The New Statesman, May 15, 1926). Also included here are several other private news sheets, indicative of the hunger for information felt by British populace suddenly without any reliable source of news; and a broadside, without imprint but likely issued by HMSO as a prospectus of sorts announcing the imminent publication of the Gazette. Fifteen pieces including printed periodicals and ephemera. Contents generally fresh and well-preserved; a few with original folds from distribution; Very Good. The entirety housed in a custom folding cloth chemise and quarter-morocco slipcase. Includes: • The British Gazette. Vol 1, no 1 - Vol 1, no 8 (all issued). Lon: HMSO, May 5- May 13, 1926. All issues in excellent state of preservation, with slight tenderness (but no tears or loss) at the horizontal and vertical mailing folds. • Strike Bulletin. Bradford: TheYorkshire Observer. 2 issues. [no. 1], May 5, 1926 & no. 6, May 11, 1926. Mimeographed sheets, corner stapled; 5pp + 6pp. Horizontal folds at bottom 2", whether from storage or distribution uncertain. "Cessation of work by the whole Technical and Labouring staff of "The Yorkshire Observer" - without notice, and in flagrant disregard of their contracts of service - has made it necessary for us to present these small sheets instead of a normal newspaper." • London Daily Express. 2 issues. Nos. 8126-27 (May 12-13, 1926); 1 + 4pp. Both issues severely abbreviated due to work stoppages. • Mayfair Bulletin. Giving the Latest Strike, Home & Foreign News. 14th May, 1926. Lon: April Showers, Ltd. Mimeographed on pink paper, corner stapled, with horizontal folds from distribution. • Broadside: Emergency Bulletin! Strike to Continue - No prospect of Early Settlement. Sans imprint. Letterpress, recto-only; ca 26 x 21cm (10" x 8"); type in single column below double rule. Announces a number of emergency measures to replace striking transportation, newspaper and dairy workers, including the pending appearance of The British Gazette. OCLC locates one copy only (British Library). • Handbill: Hurley's Library Free Bulletin. Obtainable twice daily at Hurley's Newspaper Counter without charge. [May 10, 1926); ca 25cm x 10cm (10" x 4"); printed both sides of sheet. Announces latest strike news; verso bears headline: "Hurley's - our Library Service is Not on Strike!".


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    Collier's Magazine: March 5, 1921 by Rohmer, Sax and Others

    NY: P.F. Collier & Sons. G. 1921. 1st Printing. Magazine. March 5, 1921 issue features a serialization by Sax Rohmer of his nove l "Fire Tongue", a short story by Raymond Spears and more. A Good cop y, There is a mailing label, the front cover has dust staining along t he outer edge of the front cover, small tears and creases along the ru sted staples and some pieces of clear tape on the verso of the covers. .


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    Black Art: An International Quarterly. Vol. 2, no. 2, Winter, 1978 by SPAULDING, Val, ed

    Jamaica, NY & Claremont, CA: Black Art, 1978. First Edition. Paperback. Slim quarto (28cm.); publisher's white pictorial card wrappers; 71pp.; color illus. throughout. Near Fine condition. Includes articles on Winston Branch, Albert E. Daniel, Manoa Rasignalate.


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    Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1968 by magazine

    Near Fine. Volume 34, No. 5, Whole No. 204. Pages and cover slightly brown, not brittle, no marks, cover has small tear near spine, binding is tight, Clean bright copy. Cover by Russell FitzGerald for "Lines of Power" by Samuel R. Delany.


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    The London Journal: and Weekly Record of Literature Science and Art. Volumes XLV - XLVI. January - December 1867 by Balfour, Fairfax; Egan, Pierce; Grant, James; &c

    London: The London Journal Office. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover rubbed. Some foxing. 1867. First Edition. Black hardback half-leather cover with marbled boards. 310mm x 220mm (12" x 9"). vii, 432pp, viii, 416pp, 16pp. Engravings. Includes extra Christmas Number. .


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    Artilleriiskii Zhurnal, No. 3 (for March 1879)

    S-Peterburg: Tip. "Artilleriiskago Zhurnala,", 1879. Hardcover. Good. folding plate. Odd pagination: ii, [277]-436, 32, [111]-152, [77]-98p. Contemporary leather. 26cm. Backstrip sunned. Covers scuffed and somewhat worn. Contents sound. Russian text. Certification with red consular seal on leaf preceding title-page by the US Consul in St. Petersburg in 1879 that this is the "3 volume of the Artillery Journal of March 1879."


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    American Heritage: A Reader

    Hillsdale College Press. PAPERBACK. 0916308286 Hillsdale College Press; Hillsdale, 2011. Trade paperback. A near fine copy, in wraps. 8vo[octavo or approx. 6 x 9], 882pp., indexed. We pack securely and ship daily w/delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. . Very Good.


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    The National Geographic Magazine: Volume 1, Number 4, 1889

    Washington DC: National Geography Society, 1922. Very Good. Reprint of 1889 original. Wrappers. Contains pages 277-335. Three fold-out maps. Very good with small hole on front cover through to the fourth page, small chipping to spine ends and corners. Contents are: Irrigation in California: Wm. Hammon Hall; Round About Asheville: Bailey Willis; A Trip to Panama and Darien: Richard U. Goode; Across Nicaragua with transit and Machete: R. E. Peary.


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    Life: One Nation: America Remembers September 11, 2001

    Paperback. Very Good.


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    Crime Case Book, January 1954 by Anonymous

    NY: Temple Publishing. NF. 1954. Magazine. Crime Case Book, Vol. 1, No. 1, January, 1954. Near fine. Light wear a t the lower edge of the front wrapper. Light dust soiling to the rear wrapper. .


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    Revolution. Issue 49 (June 1981)

    Chicago: Revolutionary Communist Party, 1981. 75p, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Includes a 40p. article, "The line of the Comintern on the Civil War in Spain," arguing that a major opportunity was missed for the worldwide revolutionary movement.


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    Merlyn Gorky vol. 1 / no. 2: "24 poemcards" [many signed] by [RADICAL & PROLETARIAN LITERATURE] [JEFFREY, Susu, et al, eds]

    San Francisco: Merlyn Gorky, N.d. [ca 1981]. First Edition. Ephemera. Includes the following (signed or inscribed where noted): • Beyond Skinner's box / Steve Abbott (signed) • Mummy / Pancho Aguila (signed) • Spring Day / Dick Bakken • An ode to the great migrations / Andrew Benson (signed) • The Jew and the gentile / Carol Bergé • Mission district / Peter Brett (signed) • The warmonger's beatitude / Chinweizu • Nine lines / Geoffrey Cook • Dialectic / R. V. Cottam (signed) • As the general / John Curl (signed) • Just a note for the darkness / Tony D'Arpino • I dreamed I killed a butterfly... / Mathew Forstater • Postcard V for Susan Roach / Gary Gach (signed, with initials "ggg") • It makes all the difference / Phillip Guddemi • I used to lie on my back / Philip Hackett (signed, dated 6/1/81) • A broad casting / Susu Jeffrey (signed) • Mist / Joyce Jenkins (signed) • War is a game / S. Lee • Why do the young always die / John Mueller (signed) • Identity crisis / Peter Pussydog • Ingredients / John S. Selby • Fish knot / Calvin Senter (signed) • 26 x 76 / David Shevin (signed) • Postcard / C. W. Truesdale (inscribed: "for the San Francisco Poster Brigade / C.W. Truesdale" dated 20 May 1981). Twenty-four letterpress broadside poems, each 16cm x 11cm (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") or the reverse. Loose, as issued, with no enclosing envelope. Printed in different color inks on various cardstocks; each with imprint on verso. Together comprising Issue No. 2 of Merlyn Gorky, a short-lived radical left literary-political journal (there appear to have been only two numbers issued) edited by the feminist poet Susu Jeffrey. Fourteen of the cards are signed (a few with inscriptions; two dated May-June 1981). Complete and fine. Of particular note is the signed contribution by "Pancho Aguila" - this was the prison pseudonym of notorious poet/criminal Roberto Solis, convicted of murder in an armored car heist in 1969, released in 1992, and currently (2018) a fugitive from justice, wanted in connection with a $3-million armored-card robbery in 1993. His autograph is uncommon. Issues 1-2 apparently all issued; no. 1 not located in OCLC, no. 2 rare, with OCLC recording one location only (Delaware).


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): November, Nov. 1972 by F&SF (Phyllis Eisenstein; Anthony Boucher; Jesse Bier; Frederik Pohl & C. M. Kornbluth; John Sladek; G. M. Glaskin; Michael G. Coney)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1972. Vol. 43, No. 5. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller for "Man's Reach" (novelet) by Anthony Boucher. Includes "Inn of the Black Swann" (novelet) by Phyllis Eisenstein; "The Man on Zero-Four" (novelet) by Jesse Bier; "The Meeting" by Frederik Pohl & C. M. Kornbluth (1st publication); "Joy Ride" by John Sladek; "The Inheritors" by G. M. Glaskin; "Susanna, Susanna!" by Michael G. Coney. Features: "Books" by James Blish; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Films" by Baird Searles; "Science: The One and Only" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Competition". A little soiling; small scar at lower front spine corner; several tiny dogears with associated tiny tears; minor scars, rear cover.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol. 4, No. 1; May-August 1917; "James Hope Moulton, 1863-1917" by W. Fiddian Moulton, "Mediaeval Town Planning" by T. F. Tout, and "Some Early Judaeo-Christian Documents in the John Rylands Library" by Alphonse Mingana by Moulton, W. Fiddian; T. F. Tout; Alphonse Mingana; Et. Al

    Manchester: The John Rylands Library, 1917. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1917. Cloth hardcover with leather spine-label, 178 pp., illustrated, clean unmarked text, Very Good ex-library copy with typical treatments (bookplates, stamp on rear pastedown), minor soiling or discoloration to some pages and to the page-edges, light rubbing to the tips of the covers, no dust jacket. Articles included: "James Hope Moulton, 1863-1917" by W. Fiddian Moulton, "Mediaeval Town Planning" by T. F. Tout, and "Some Early Judaeo-Christian Documents in the John Rylands Library" by Alphonse Mingana.


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    Tattootime, Vol. 2, no. 1, Winter, 1983 by HARDY, D.E., ed

    Forked River, NJ: Permanent Press, 1983. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); publisher's red photo-illustrated staplebound card wrappers; 64pp.; photographic illus. throughout, many in color. Light wear from handling, else Very Good and sound. Tattoo artists' and enthusiasts' magazine. OCLC notes five holdings as of June, 2018.


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    Ideals Country by Pingry, Patricia A

    Ideals, 2002-05-01. Paperback, Trade. Very Good.


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    Medical Science Research Vol. 25, No. 8, August 1997 by Dixon, Bernard, Editior

    Chapman & Hall, 1997 Medical Science Research journal, "rapid publication of concise reports in medical science". Pale blue covers, red and blue titling. Illustrated. Shipping charges are calculated for a standard parcel under 1 kg. Additional charges will apply for heavier shipments, but not until the customer agrees. Canadian customers, please note that applicable sales taxes will be added. Please contact us with any questions you might have. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    The Lady's Realm, Volume II (2), May - October 1897. Includes A Stone's Throw by Rhoda Broughton by Various Authors: Rhoda Broughton, E. F. Benson, S. Baring-Gould, Algernon Gissing, Mrs Campbell Praed etc

    London: Hutchinson & Co., 1897. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Short stories include: A Stone's Throw by Rhoda BROUGHTON, The Progress of Princess Waldeneck by E. F. BENSON, A Can of Whortles by S. BARING-GOULD, Love-in-Idleness by Algernon GISSING, The Subjugation of Belinda & Belinda Bewildered by Arabella KENEALY, After Many Days by H. S. MERRIMAN, Idle Tears by Flora Annie STEEL, Miss Crosson's Familiar by Mrs Campbell PRAED, A Change of Circumstances by Adeline SERGEANT, Laborare est Orare by IOTA, A Travel Picture by Morley ROBERTS, A Day of Roses by Richard PRYCE, Part of a Honeymoon by George FLEMING, Deliverance by RITA, A Game of Quixotism by Tom GALLON, An Incident on the March by Dorothea GERARD. Original maroon cloth, blocked in gilt, brown leaf-patterned endpapers. Light scuffing, spine lightly sunned, very good. A Stone's Throw is an uncollected story by the author of Cometh Up as a Flower. A heavy volume which will require additional postage..


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    The Cornhill Magazine, New Series, Volume VIII (8), January - June 1900 by Various Authors: Henry James, Bernard Capes, H. S. Merriman, Arthur Griffiths, S. R. Crockett Etc

    London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1900. Book. Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Contains: The Isle of Unrest by H. S. Merriman: start of ongoing serialisation. Short stories and articles include: Miss Gunton of Poughkeepsie by Henry James, The Chapter's Doom by Bernard Capes, The Man Who Died by H. A. Vachell, The Blue Eyes of Ailie by S. R. Crockett, Or Storm or Poison by K. & Hesketh Prichard, The Dire Peril of Sergeant Sells by Mary E. Gaunt, The Intelligence Department by Arthur Griffiths, The Mystery of Lord Bateman by Andrew Lang. Original blindstamped maroon cloth, lettered in gilt. Spine lightly sunned, a little faint foxing, cloth rubbed at head of spine, good++. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK..


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    Chip Chats Magazine, September/October 1990 by Contributors, Multiple

    USA: National Wood Carver's Association. Paperback. 88 pages. Features: Chris LaMontagne; Carve a Frog; Dan Atcheson; Frank Wotring; Tangents - Banned Items; Carved Floral Reliefs (part 8); Richard Limke carves baptismal font; Let's Carve - Camel Directions; Bird Carving - Bruce Burk; Cogelow skew-gouges; Burning Techniques; One-on-One Instructing gets results; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1990. First Edition.


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    CREAM & SUGAR

    Los Angeles: Classic Publicatons, 1970. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. Magazine of 64 pp. including covers, unnumbered. Illustrated with b/w and color photographs of nude women. Photo series of individual models posing sweetly. Glasses, natural hair. Also humor - jokes and comix. Fiction by Spiro T. Nagbarf, Lady Dracula and the Werewolf. Long shoot of a red haired freckled woman posing nude with army parachute gear.


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    Physical Culture: October, 1931 by MacFadden, Bernarr. Editor

    NY: MacFadden Publications. G. 1931. 1st Printing. Magazine. Vol. 66, No. 4, October, 1931 issue of this monthly magazine. 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" magazine has color art cover by Bradhsaw Crandell. A Good cop y. Heavy dust soiling and tanning to the covers. Chipping along the lo wer 4" of the spine. Wear at the head of the spine. Bumps to the upper corners and small creases to the lower corners. 1/2" vertical tear at the front cover's upper edge. Stress creases/tears at the spine seams . Tanning to the pages. This issue includes the beginning of "The De vil's Highway by Harold Bell Wright and John Lebar, "The Ten Commandme nts" by Warwick Deeping, and others. .


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    THE CORNELL COUNTRYMAN, VOLUME XXXV, NUMBER 3, DECEMBER 1937 by N/a

    Good with no dust jacket. 1938. Booklet. Wear to covers. Binding sound. Text clean of highlighting, underlining or other pen/pencil marks. A Little Store that's BIG on Service. Free Delivery Confirmation on every package. .


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    THE AMERICAN BOY combined with Youth's Companion; April 1938 by Thomson Burtis & American Boy Editors

    Detroit: Youth's Companion/Amer. Boy. VG. 1938. 1st Printing. Magazine. Vol. 112, #4 of this staple bound Bedsheet sized (14.00 X 10.75") Mont hly magazine. Color cover art by Wittmack..Contains A Mystery by Thoms on Burtis and others . A Solid VG copy, magazine has an old subscripti on label and some tiny edge chips~tears, but otherwise is clean, tight and unmarked. .


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