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image of Zur Geschichte der deutschen am unteren Mississippi: das Redemptionssystem im Staate Louisiana

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New Orleans: the author ("Im Selbstverlage des Verfassers"), 1901. 36p., slender pamphlet, minor chips to spine ends, paper toned, otherwise very good. Deiler, a professor of German at the University of Louisiana (now Tulane), was an enthusiastic proponent of German immigrant culture in New Orleans and researched widely into the history of the local community.
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Tract Number 3377 a romance of the oil region

by Higgins, George H. & Margaret Higgins Haffey

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Published
1909
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Boston: C. M. Clark Pub. Co, 1909. Hardcover. 382p., frontispiece with chipped tissue-guard & 7 glossy b&w plates from drawings, some foxing including a bit on the fourth plate, rubbing and wear else fair first edition in green cloth boards , dull gilt spine titles and green and yellow titles and decorations on front cover. Higgins died leaving the… Read more
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Elsewhere-Land

by Mallette, Gertrude E. (Gertrude Ethel)

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Published
1909
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[Seattle]: [Press of the Dept. of Journalism, University of Washington], 1909. Paperback. 98p., 5x6.75 inches, short fairytales and poems, green stock, first edition in green covers sewn with heavy thread, light wear and darkening, unopened pages, signed by the author. Three holdings located in OCLC as of 6/2021. Mallette's first book. She became a prolific author of nurse and… Read more
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Iskra. Vol. 3 no. 54 (December 1, 1903)

by [Lenin, Vladimir]

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Published
1903
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Geneve, Suisse: Russian Social Democratic Workers Party, 1903. 8p. newspaper, horizontal fold crease, some soil and tearing at upper left corner. Single issue of the newspaper issued by Russian exiles, published when Lenin was still on the editorial board.
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image of Report on the Causes of Municipal Corruption in San Francisco, as Disclosed by the Investigation of the Oliver Grand Jury, and the Prosecution of Certain Persons for Bribery and Other Offenses against the State

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San Francisco: California Weekly, 1910. Pamphlet. 54p, stapled wraps, 6x9.25 inches, sticker shadow on verso of front wrap else very good condition. The Oliver Grand Jury's findings resulted in the 1906-1910 bribery prosecution of San Francisco mayor and union musician Eugene Schmitz of the Union Labor Party (ULP), ULP kingpin Abe Ruef, and a number of other city officials… Read more
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Suzanne Bocanegra: October 28 - December 12, 1993, Freedman Gallery, Center for the Arts, Albright College

by [Bocanegra, Suzanne]; text by Jill Snyder and Stephen Westfall

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1993
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Reading, PA: Freedman Gallery, Albright College, 1993. Six-panel brochure, 9x10.5 inches, illus., very good condition.
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Wayland's monthly no. 98, June, 1908

by Wayland, J.A, ed. [and Fred D. Warren]

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Published
1908
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Girard, KS: J.A. Wayland, 1908. Magazine. 31p., wraps, paper evenly toned else good condition, 5.25x7.5 inches. Issue devoted to Fred D. Warren's "The Alton Steal. How it was made possible by the man whose policies the Republican Party endorses." Corruption scandal involving Theodore Roosevelt, while governor of New York.
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image of Mexican Masterpieces from the Bernard and Edith Lewin Collection / Obras Maestras Mexicanas de la Colección de Bernard y Edith Lewin

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Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1997. Pamphlet. 24p., stapled french-fold wraps, 8.5x11 inches, illus., wraps worn else very good conditon. Text in Spanish and English. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from November 23, 1997 to Feburary 16, 1998.
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San Francisco and Thereabout

by Keeler, Charles

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Published
1903
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San Francisco: California Promotion Committee, 1903. 97p., very good hardcover, minor rubbing to spine. A handsome promotional book for pre-earthquake SF.
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The Coronal of Love

by White, Reverend Isaac

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1903
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Taunton, MA: Self-published by the author, 1903. 29p., 6x9 inches, dedication, introduction, note, very good chapbook in plain printed and stapled wraps with mild toning. Rev. White was a Presbyterian minister born in Hickory who served for a time in the 1890s in Ensenada, Baja California where he was known to write poetry. He died in 1907. No holdings… Read more
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Nor All Your Tears

by Yardley, Maud H.

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Published
1908
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New York: R.F. Fenno & Company, 1908. Hardcover. 285p., cloth-covered boards, 5x7.75 inches, frontis., boards edgeworn, corners bumped, head and tail of spine frayed, pages lightly toned, edges and rear endpapers foxed, pencil notation on free front endpaper, pencil scribble on rear pastedown endpaper. First edition. No dj.
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image of The progressive life and its requirements or the beneficence of nature's laws

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Los Angeles: Concord Publishing Company, 1907. Hardcover. xii, 236p., long blurb by Josephine M. Holmes pasted down on the front blank end paper, relevant pencil notes on title page else very good condition.
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Economic evolution. Translated and edited by Charles H. Kerr

by LaFargue, Paul

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Published
1909
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Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1909. Pamphlet. 31p., original red glassine wrap edge worn and chipped, paper browned a few closed tears in the title page, 3.5x5.75 inches. Pocket library of socialism no. 56.
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Ithaca, NY: Henry Bool, 1902. 72p., stapled wraps, 4.5x6 inches, wraps toned along edges and lightly worn, soiled and foxed staples rusted else good condition. Henry Bool was the benefactor of several anarchist writers, including Benjamin Tucker, and a pamphleteer in his own right.
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image of To the labor organizations throughout the land, officers and members greeting: A crisis is confonting organized labor of Colorado, that should interest and arouse every member of organized labor throughout our broad land

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Denver, CO: Colorado State Federation of Labor, 1904. Single sheet, 8.5x17 inches, printed on one side only, a number of horizontal creases from storage else good condition. Printed signatures of H.B. Waters, Secretary-Treasurer and John C. Sullivan, President. A call for solidarity with the Western Federation of Miners strike at Cripple Creek, one of the truly brutal… Read more
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image of The Poetical Works of Oscar Wilde including poems in prose with notes, bibliographical introduction, index and facsimiles of title-pages

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Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1908. Leather Bound. xxiii, 394p. + facsimiles, frontis-portrait of Wilde by Ellis & Walery, rubricated title page, introduction, mild musty scent, first edition thus in red leather with six bands on spine, filt titlestop edge gilt and marbled endpapers, mild wear to covers.
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Socialism vs Anarchy

by Simons, A.M. [Algie Martin]

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Published
1901
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Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1901. Pamphlet. 30, [ii]p., 3.5x5.75 inches, original red glassine wraps with minor chipping on the edges, paper evenly browned else very good condition. Pocket library of socialism, No. 31, September 15, 1901. Reprints an address given by Simons at the Socialist Temple in Chicago following the assassination of President McKinley.
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Souvenir Portraits: Paris in the Belle Epoque

by Cocteau, Jean, translated by Jesse Browner

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Published
1990
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9781557781581
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New York: Paragon House, 1990. Hardcover. vi, 173p., introduction, illustrations, notes, very good first US edition stated in unclipped dj with tiny chip at tail of spine. European Sources Series, Russell Epprecht & Sylvère Lotringer, editors. Illustrated with Cocteau's sketches.
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image of The Voluntaryist Creed: Being the Herbert Spencer Lecture Delivered at Oxford, June 7, 1906 and A Plea for Voluntaryism

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London: Printed for W.J. Simpson at the Oxford University Press, 1908. Hardcover. 107p., cloth-covered boards, 5,75x9 inches, leaves unopened, endpapers and edges foxed else good condition. No dj.
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image of Liberty Luminants: Extracted Largely from the Writings of Montaigne, Paine, Thoreau, Emerson and Tolstoy - Gaul, Anglo-Saxons, Slav - Each Secure on Fame's Eternal Bead Roll...A Tract for the Times for Free Distribution

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Ithaca, NY: Henry Bool, 1902. 72p., string-bound wraps, spine reinforced with non-archival tape over string, 4.5x6 inches, lightly worn, small stain on front wrap else very good condition. Henry Bool was the benefactor of several anarchist writers, including Benjamin Tucker, and a pamphleteer in his own right.
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