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THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF METHODISM IN GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA FROM THE DAYS OF THE WESLEYS TO...

THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF METHODISM IN GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA FROM THE DAYS OF THE WESLEYS TO THE PRESENT TIME

by Reverend W.H. Daniels, A.M

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New York: Methodist Book Concern: Phillips & Hunt/Walden & Stowe, 1880. First Edition. Good+ no DJ. Original brown cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine. Light soiling to spine with fraying to corners and spine. Cocked with hinges starting at front cover. All pages attached. Sold only by subscription. Introduction by Bishop Harris, D.D., LL.D. Over 250 b&w illustrations. Engravings, Maps, and Charts Frontispiece of John Wesley, founder of Methodism.
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ILLUSTRATORS' SKETCH BOOK 1948

by [Various]

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[New York]: Illustration Art Publisher/Society of Illustrators, 1948. Original Vintage illustration art book. 26 pp. One illustration per page. 9.5 x 12.5" Wear along edges with tiny chips and tears. Clean, crisp pages. The Society of Illustrators present in this Sketch Book a variety of figure treatments by several members of the Society who have achieved prominence in applying him or herself to the study of the human figure. This collection was created not primarily for entertainment but to afford the discriminating reader the opportunity to compare methods of some of the best illustrators during this time. These series of drawings are worthy not only of close study, but of preservation as fine examples of the art of the human figure.
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INTERNATIONAL MAIL ART SHOW, HAVANA ‘95

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Havana: National Museum of Beaux, 1995. Exhibition announcement featuring global interaction with rubbers [sic] stamps, zines, photocopy, mail art, computers, cassettes and faxs [sic]. 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" sheet printed in green on recycled paper. The announcement for the 1995 exhibition in Havana, Cuba, organized by Abelardo Mena, with a conference and workshops by John Held, Jr. A scarce document of an important show, made all the more interesting because mail between the two countries at the time was restricted. Folded once as issued and still housed in the original matching printed mailing envelope, which has been stamped and mailed. Announcement fine; Envelope opened roughly, but very good. 
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INVESTIGATIVE POETRY

by SANDERS, Ed

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San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1976. 40 pages; Inscribed on front endpaper by Sanders: “To Jane, with/respect and love/For all the/years,/Ed/1977/Boulder.” Very good with some spotting to the original printed, stapled wrappers. 10” x 7” Minor wear to foredge and tip. Sanders is the founder of the Investigative Poetry movement. This manifesto, Investigative Poetry, had an impact on investigative writing and poetry during the ensuing decades. In the 1990s, Sanders began utilizing the principles of Investigative Poetry to create a series of book-length poems on literary figures and American History. This copy was signed during one of Sanders talks at the Naropa Institure. A note states: “Lecture Prepared for the Visiting Spontaneous Poetics Academy, The Naropa Institute Boulder, Colorado July 8, 1975 - and revised in the fall of '75 and winter of '76-Ed Sanders.
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In For Life: A Convict's Story

In For Life: A Convict's Story

by RUNYON, Tom

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First Edition. Octavo. Black cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 314pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in lightly rubbed dustwrapper, easily VG or better. Memoir by a lifer in the Iowa State Penitentiary. Includes a description of the author's lengthy stay in solitary confinement following an escape attempt.
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In Tribute to those Brothers and Sisters of Atlanta Ga

In Tribute to those Brothers and Sisters of Atlanta Ga

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Los Angeles: The Camp of the Lost and Found Sheep of the House of Israel, 1981. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Good; paper embrittled and yellowed, with loss to all edges, large closed tear from top edge. Flyer promoting a protest in Exposition Park in Los Angeles in response to the Atlanta child murders of 1979-81. A rare artifact from organizing around a particularly dark and brutal moment in the racist history of the United States. The serial murders of twenty five Black children in Atlanta over a two year span sparked national outrage and pressure on the Georgia authorities to solve the crimes. Wayne Williams would be arrested two months after this demonstration, and is believed to be responsible for at least 23 of the murders."Come join this march against the genocide of black children in America."
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Inside the Blood Factory

by WAKOSKI, Diane

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Garden City: Doubleday, 1968. First Edition. Octavo, cloth boards; dustjacket; 96pp. Presentation copy from Wakoski to Jackson Mac Low, inscribed on front endpaper with small drawing of a flower: "For Jackson & Iris - whom I admire & love more than I am able to express," dated 1968. With additional laid-in cartoon-like illustration, possibly (but not definitely) also by Wakoski. Brief toning and wear to jacket, else a tight, Near Fine copy. Very nice association copy of Wakoski's second major published collection.
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