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Hymns: an historical sketch
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Hymns: an historical sketch

By Dodd, Ira Seymour

no place: Katherine Dodd Cole, Ethel Dodd Thomas, Frank C. Dodd, 1928. 40p., 5.5x7.75 inches, inscribed on cover by the author's sister and publisher, as Katie Cole, very good booklet in stapled tan wraps. Dodd is known for his Riverdale Hymn Book. Posthumous publication by his family. Only one copy located in OCLC as of 6/2019.

$20.00

Hymns: an historical sketch
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Hymns: an historical sketch

By Dodd, Ira Seymour

no place: Katherine Dodd Cole, Ethel Dodd Thomas, Frank C. Dodd, 1928. 40p., 5.5x7.75 inches, lightly-worn booklet in stapled tan wraps. Dodd is known for his Riverdale Hymn Book. Posthumous publication by his family. Only one copy located in OCLC as of 6/2019.

$15.00

Wage-labour and capital with an Introduction by Frederick Engels (translation by Florence Baldwin)
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Wage-labour and capital with an Introduction by Frederick Engels (translation by Florence Baldwin)

By Marx, Karl

London: Communist Party of Great Britain, 1925. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps slightly soiled and worn else good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches.

$12.00

California Fairy Tales
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California Fairy Tales

By Shannon, Monica; illustrated by C.E. Millard

Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. Hardcover. x, 298p., 5.75 x 8.25 inches, illus. with black and white drawings and 4 color plates plus pictorial endpapers, corners bumped else very good condition in a worn, chipped, and soiled dj. First edition.

$75.00

Wallace Bradley dance photo inscribed and signed in San Francisco August 6, 1921
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Wallace Bradley dance photo inscribed and signed in San Francisco August 6, 1921

By Harrington S - ? photographer, Wallace Bradley, subject

Springfield, Illinois: Harrington S-, 1921. Photograph. 8x10 b&w publicity photo of San Francisco actor/dancer Wallace Bradley with white border and signed in blue ink by Bradley and with the photographer's in-plate signature in white. Bradley was performing at the Orpheum in "Follies of Song and Dance" with Grette Ardine in 1921. Inscribed: "To Jack, Good luck from Wallace Bradley San Francisco, Cali Aug 6/21" The photographer's signature is unreadable but looks like Harrington Samuels Springfield Ill.

$25.00

Speeches of Eugene V. Debs, with a critical introduction [by Alexander Trachtenberg]
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Speeches of Eugene V. Debs, with a critical introduction [by Alexander Trachtenberg]

By Debs, Eugene Victor

New York: International Publishers, 1928. Hardcover. 95p., worn cover, else very good condition. Voices of revolt, vol. 9.

$15.00

Labour and the Money Problem
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Labour and the Money Problem

By Barr, John

Manchester: Labour Pioneer Press, 1920. Pamphlet. 16p., stapled wraps, 4.75 x 7.25 inches, wraps worn and soiled, staples rusted, else good condition.

$15.00

The new vision in the German arts
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The new vision in the German arts

By Scheffauer, Herman George

New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1924. Hardcover. 274p., half-cloth cover worn and heavily rubbed on edges, front hinge cracked, front blank end paper removed, foxing, first edition. A basic reading copy only.

$15.00

Nightwalker (Les Paysan de Paris)
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Nightwalker (Les Paysan de Paris)

By Aragon, Louis, translated by Frederick Brown

Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1970. Hardcover. 176p., preface, afterword, very good first US English language edition in quarter-cloth over faux marbled boards in unclipped, edgeworn and toned pink decorative dj. New Library of French Classics, Henri Peyre, series editor. Surrealist novel originally published in France in 1926 and set in Paris.

$15.00

The workers monthly. A combination of the Labor Herald, Liberator, and Soviet Russia Pictorial. Vol.4, no. 6 (April 1925)
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The workers monthly. A combination of the Labor Herald, Liberator, and Soviet Russia Pictorial. Vol.4, no. 6 (April 1925)

By Browder, Earl R., editor; Langston Hughes, et al.

Chicago: The Daily Worker Society, 1925. pp. 243-286, staplebound, 8.5x10.5 inches, very good. Outside the title page is an additional cover sheet soliciting donations to alleviate the famine in Ireland's western seaboard; the Irish Workers and Peasants Famine Relief Committee based in Chicago is described as "the only organization in America which is active in the aid of the starving Ireland." Includes contributions by Browder, Robert Minor, two poems by Langston Hughes (Poem to a dead soldier; Park benching), Manuel Gomez, William Z. Foster, Alexander Bittelman, William F. Dunne ("Negroes in American industries"), centerfold art by Fred Ellis, and much more.

$45.00

The Other Side of Death: A Critical Examination of the Belief in a Future Life, with a Study of Spiritualism
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The Other Side of Death: A Critical Examination of the Belief in a Future Life, with a Study of Spiritualism

By Cohen, Chapman

London: Pioneer Press, 1922. Paperback. 158p., 4.75x7 inches, sewn paperback, soiled and edgeworn wraps, a smattering of foxing throughout the book, spine wrap a little loose at head and tail, a decent reading copy. The prominent British secularist and proponent of atheism and freethought takes on the belief in life after death, with special attention to Spiritualism.

$20.00

Historical Jesus and Mythical Christ
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Historical Jesus and Mythical Christ

By Massey, Gerald

London: Pioneer Press, 1921. Pamphlet. 48p., 4.75x7 inches, sewen-bound pamphlet, some small dogears and foxing, glued wraps beginning to separate, else very good. Massey was a poet, spiritualist, and antiquarian most noted for his theories regarding parallels between Christian and ancient Egyptian symbolism which will be found herein.

$20.00

The Cripple: A quarterly review. Vol. V no. 21
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The Cripple: A quarterly review. Vol. V no. 21

London: Frederick Watson, 1929. Single issue of the paperback journal, pp. 239-322, very good, "Editor's compliments" card pasted to the front cover, the card mildly worn. Devoted to the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of disabilities. This special issue focuses on "The slum problem." Some advertisements offer orthopedic devices, artificial limbs, and medical services. Watson was the author of "Civilization and the cripple.

$75.00

From Capitalism to Co-operative Commonwealth: The Second Greening Memorial Lecture
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From Capitalism to Co-operative Commonwealth: The Second Greening Memorial Lecture

By Greenwood, Arthur

Manchester: The Co-operative Union Ltd, 1926. Pamphlet. 16p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, horizontally creased, wraps worn and soiled, title page and last page soiled else good condition.

$20.00

The Annual, Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four. Published by The Student Body of Wilkinsburg High School
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The Annual, Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four. Published by The Student Body of Wilkinsburg High School

Wilkinsburg PA: The Student Body, 1924. 176p., printed on glossy alkaline paperstock throughout, the usual yearbook format hardbound in flexible black oilcloth boards titled in embossed blind. Rear joint is split for one inch, the sole external damage; internally find a sandpapered erasure on the front free endsheet, the only marking within. No autographs, no ownership (erased?), a good sound copy. In smalltown Pennsylvania before the Crash of 29, it would seem one put on formal attire for a yearbook photo; even the drama clubbers are mostly shown in street clothes not costume. Performances included The Importance of Being Earnest, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Rivals, a play presented in French (Les Boulinard) and one in Spanish (Zaragueta).

$20.00

Bilitis Sziesmas faksimiltipa izdevums
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Bilitis Sziesmas faksimiltipa izdevums

By Luiss, Pjers [Pierre Louys] illustrejis S. Vidbergs, no francu valodas tulkojis J. Sudrabkalns

Riga, 1990. Paperback. 80p., text in Latvian, illustrated with plates, good facsimile paperback edition of the original 1928 Chansons de Bilitis in a lightly-stained dj. A facsimile edition of the original including a facsimile of the limitation and signature page (originally limited to 550 signed copies).

$25.00

Blue Juniata, poems
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Blue Juniata, poems

By Cowley, Malcolm

New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1929. Hardcover. [iv], 111, [iv]p., first edition, blue cloth binding slightly edge worn with minor soiling, spine lettering dulled else very good condition, inscribed & signed "To Henry Hart ! May, 1935, Malcolm Cowley" illustrated in Cowley's hand with a heart with an arrow thru it and a hammer & sickle. Henry Hart was a writer and activist in the League of American Writers along with Cowley. Hart also edited the first volume of the American Writers Congress.

$225.00

Miracles in the light of modern knowledge
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Miracles in the light of modern knowledge

By Sunderland, J.T.

Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1929. Pamphlet. 21p., wraps, minor edge wear else good condition, 5x7.25 inches. First published in 1908 [No. 233].

$12.00

Moscow\'s reply to the I.L.P. [Independent Labour Party] The reply of the E[xecutive] C[ommittee] of the Communist International to the questions of the British I.L.P., together with an appeal to the Communists inside the Party
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Moscow's reply to the I.L.P. [Independent Labour Party] The reply of the E[xecutive] C[ommittee] of the Communist International to the questions of the British I.L.P., together with an appeal to the Communists inside the Party

By [Communist International]

[Glasgow, UK]: Left Wing Group of the I.L.P., 1920. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps worn and a bit chipped, old tape on the top of the spine, some interior light staining, staples rusting, a fragile copy of a scarce pamphlet, 4.75x7 inches.

$35.00

Los inmigrantes chinos en Baja California, 1920-1937
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Los inmigrantes chinos en Baja California, 1920-1937

By Velazquez Morales, Catalina

Mexicali: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, 2001. 335p., paperback, light shelfwear, very good. Black and white photos.

$60.00

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