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Superboy Nudist Revue: #4
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Superboy Nudist Revue: #4

Corona, NY: GW Enterprises, no date. Magazine. [40p] 8.5x11 inches, one page of text about "Natural Healing" to validate the integrity of the publication which is otherwise no more than a collection of explicit b&w nude male photos of a very young man, magazine in worn stapled pictorial wraps.

$35.00

Around the World with Kenneth Marlowe: vol. 1, #2, April/May 1966
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Around the World with Kenneth Marlowe: vol. 1, #2, April/May 1966

By Marlowe, Kenneth, editor

Catalina: Self-published by the author, 1966. Magazine. 80p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, list of international gay bars, baths and clubs, b&w pand color photos mostly male physique-style in posing pouches, worn and with a mild scent, magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$45.00

Trade: vol. 1, #2
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Trade: vol. 1, #2

San Francisco: D.O.M. Studios, 1960. Magazine. [72p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, some text but mostly b&w and color full-frontal young male nudes and Hillman's erotic airbrush Physique art, lightly-worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Includes a model who has appeared on several gay pulps from the 1960s who looks like a very young Mel Gibson.

$45.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

Mr. Big Annua \'69 132 oages of the best of 1969
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Mr. Big Annua '69 132 oages of the best of 1969

no place: no publisher, 1969. Magazine. [120p] includes covers, 6.25x10.5 inches, a collection of b&w and color nude photos of young men, full-frontal shots, worn covers and spine split 2.5 inches at head, magazine in explicit b&w pictorial wraps. A mixture of physique and erotic poses, mostly amateur. The cover states 132 pages but the bibliographer counts 120 including covers. Pages do not appear to be missing but no guarantees. These publications were notoriously sloppy.

$45.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

Trade: vol. 1, #1
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Trade: vol. 1, #1

By Steuart, C. H., text, Hillman, art

San Francisco: D.O.M. Studios, 1960. Magazine. [72p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, some text but mostly b&w and color full-frontal young male nudes and Hillman's erotic airbrush Physique art, lightly-worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$45.00

The Edwardians: an exclusive Neil Edwards portfolio; #2
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The Edwardians: an exclusive Neil Edwards portfolio; #2

By Edwards, Neil, photographer

Chicago: Lance Pub, 1969. Magazine. 64p., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, some text but mostly a monograph of b&w and color full-frontal nude males by Edwards, very good magazine in stapled color pictorial wraps.

$75.00

An Optimistic Tragedy (Based on the play by Vsevolod Vishnevsky) A 70-mm. black-and-white feature film, A Mosfilm Studio production, 1963
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An Optimistic Tragedy (Based on the play by Vsevolod Vishnevsky) A 70-mm. black-and-white feature film, A Mosfilm Studio production, 1963

By Vishnevsky, Vsevolod, playwright; Samson Samsonov, film director; Sophia Vishnevetskaya, screenplay

Moscow: Mosfilm, 1963. Elaborate flyer advertising the movie with b&w production stills on green and purple backgrounds, softbound as an 8.5x6.5 inch brochure which folds out to a 17x8.5 oblong having two paper-sizes staplebound together. Cover is rubberstamped Made in USSR, the glossy paperstock bears light creases and handling, a sound, clean, good to very good copy. Unclear if a retelling of Kronstadt, but anarchists are the villains.

$15.00

Tryst: the male figure in photo with pertinent commentary #1
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Tryst: the male figure in photo with pertinent commentary #1

Hollywood: DSI Sales/Directory Services, Inc./Books Unlimited, 1968. Magazine. 64p. 8.5x11 inches, gatefold front cover, minimal text story, illustrated with b&w full-frontal photos of two young nude men, very good slick magazine format in stapled pictorial wraps. Published by Books Unlimited in Hollywood but with DSI logo on cover.

$45.00

Unique: the male figure in photo with pertinent commentary #1
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Unique: the male figure in photo with pertinent commentary #1

Minneapolis: DSI Sales/Directory Services, Inc, 1967. Magazine. [32p] 8.5x11 inches, minimal text essay, illustrated with b&w full-frontal photos of young nude men and classical male nude art, very good slick magazine format in stapled pictorial wraps.

$45.00

Re: Continuing work against war in Vietnam [handbill]
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Re: Continuing work against war in Vietnam [handbill]

By Du Bois Clubs, National Office

n.p.: the Culbs, 1965. 8.5x11 inch handbill, mimeographed text on both sides, unevenly toned. Update on anti-war activities, especially activities planned for the first week of May.

$12.00

Declaracion de la Habana
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Declaracion de la Habana

[Cuba]: Confederacion de Trabajadores, n.d.. Seven-panel brochure with text of the 1960 Declaration in very small font; very good,

$12.00

Ramparts Volume 4, Number 10, February 1966
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Ramparts Volume 4, Number 10, February 1966

By Hinckle, Warren III, ed

San Francisco: Ramparts Magazine, Inc, 1966. Magazine. The February 1966 issue of the influential magazine. 76p., illus., wraps, wraps worn else very good condition. Cover story: "Memoirs of a Special Forces Hero: 'The whole thing was a lie'!", a report on Oakland, and more.

$15.00

China; a great people, a great destiny
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China; a great people, a great destiny

By Gologo, Mamadou

Peking: New World Press, 1965. 132p., paperback, minor pen marks in text, somewhat shelfworn. Approving report on the People's Republic of China by a visiting writer from Mali. The book is addressed to a Pan-African audience.

$25.00

Cuba: el libro de los doce
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Cuba: el libro de los doce

By Franqui, Carlos

Mexico City: Era, 1966. 174p., paperback, light shelfwear, very good.

$12.00

Totem poles
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Totem poles

By Ritzenthaler, Robert E.

Milwaukie, WI: Milwaukee Public Museum, [196-]. [12] pages, staplebound pamphlet, very good. Lore Leaves, no. 6. Illustrated article reprinted from Lore, vol. 7 no. 1.

$12.00

Space Physics with Artificial Satellites. Authorized translation from the Russian by H. H. Nickle
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Space Physics with Artificial Satellites. Authorized translation from the Russian by H. H. Nickle

By Al'pert, Ya.L.; A.V. Gurevich; and L.P. Pitaevskii

New York: Consultants Bureau, 1965. Hardcover. x, 240p., running text with swarming math formulae on every quarto leaf, hardbound in blue papered boards enclosed in badly chipped and rubbed dust jacket. The casebinding, the book itself, is quite edgeworn with minute roughings-up at head, tail and corner-tips and severe marginal sunning. Hinges are perfectly sound, endsheets and entire textblock, sound, clean and unmarked, a good reading copy. FYI, none of the chipping of dj has affected dj texts (prefatory material & publisher's ads for other Russian physics texts in English).

$20.00

Inward Light [five issues]
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Inward Light [five issues]

By Kotschnig, Elined Prys, editor; later Charles and Eleanor Perry

Washington DC; Bryn Mawr, PA: Inward Light, sponsored by the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology, 1987. Five issues of the publication, staplebound booklet format, occasional marginalia or handling soil. Numbers present are 68, 81, 97, 99 and 103. Cover of no. 68 depicts a stained glass window donated by people from Wales to the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, where four girls were killed in a bombing. "Inward Light seeks to be an organ of expression and intercommunication among those concerned with cultivating the inner life and relating it to the problems of our time." Coverage ranges from civil rights to the new interest in the Goddess and memories of Jung.

$35.00

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