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image of The New Guard. Vol. 9 no. 1 (Jan. 1969)

The New Guard. Vol. 9 no. 1 (Jan. 1969)

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Published
1969
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$20.00

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Washington DC: Young Americans for Freedom, 1969. 26p., staplebound magazine, very good. Far right periodical targeting college students. Includes ads for pins with slogans like "Up against the wall, Commies" and a poster depicting a shirtless hippie with a gun captioned "The New Left is Revolting." An article describes the YAF takeover of a resistance office in Boston. Ad… Read more
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image of The Peace Convention: A Dialog for Boys

The Peace Convention: A Dialog for Boys

by Tibbals, Seymour S.

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Published
1910
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Franklin, OH: Eldridge Entertainment House, 1910. Single sheet folded to make a [4]p. pamphlet, 5 x 7.75 inches, wraps worn, two holes punched along left side with no loss of text, 1/4 inch closed tear through all pages, else good condition. Special Day Sesies Costume Dialogues. Script for a shor play about the Peace Convention, starring George Washington and… Read more
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image of The Taro Leaf: Baltimore Convention Supplement [September 1948?]

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Attleboro: 24th Infantry (Victory) Division Veteran's Association, 1948. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, photos, list of officers and others present, lightly-used and chipped newsletter. Report on the Convention held in August.
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$25.00
image of New York World's Fair Bulletin. Volume 1 no. 4, January 1937

New York World's Fair Bulletin. Volume 1 no. 4, January 1937

by New York World's Fair Bond Sales Committee

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Published
1938
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$20.00

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New York: New York World's Fair 1939, Inc, 1938. Pamphlet. 16p., nice alkaline paperstock, a stapled 12.5x9 inch brochure, b&w illustrations throughout with monochrome spot color. Worn: dust-soil, crimping and a light vertical crease of the entire item, staples are rusted (migration), much slighter signs of handling within, fair to good copy. A periodic up-date and come-on… Read more
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image of The Taro Leaf: vol. 2, #2, June 1949; Hotel New Yorker Assembly Point for 24th Div. Vets

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Attleboro: 24th Infantry (Victory) Division Veteran's Association, 1949. 6p., 8.5x11 inches, news, articles, events, photos, list of officers and others on duty with addresses, lightly-used newsletter with stamp and note on rear cover.
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image of The Taro Leaf: vol. 2, #1, may 1949

The Taro Leaf: vol. 2, #1, may 1949

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Published
1949
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Attleboro: 24th Infantry (Victory) Division Veteran's Association, 1949. 6p., 8.5x11 inches, news, articles, events, photos, list of officers and others on duty with addresses, lightly-used newsletter. Cover story on Lt. Col. Max N. Cizon the Convention Chairman.
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image of Harper's Anthology of 20th Century Native American Poetry

Harper's Anthology of 20th Century Native American Poetry

by Niatum, Duane, editor, Mary Tallmountain, N. Scott Momaday, Peter Blue Cloud, Paula Gunn Allen, James Welch, Simon J. Ortiz, Linda Hogan, Wendy Rose, Joy Harjo, Louise Erdrich et al.

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1987
ISBN
9780062506658
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$20.00

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San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1987. Hardcover. xxxii, 396p., preface, introduction, dark stain in gutter of rear hinge, light speckling on top edge otherwise good first edition, first printing stated in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj.
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image of Lackawanna, the Route of Phoebe Snow. Brief History of the Railroad with Photographs and Desvcription of its Motive Power

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no place: the railroad, 1950. Unpaginated, about 22p., consists of one page each for as many locomotives, with specs for buffs, printed in two colors: black with blue spot color. Softbound, a skinny oblong in 3.5x9 inch stapled wraps. Front cover bears a few small faint numerals at a corner-tip, the sole flaw of condition (as opposed to flaws… Read more
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image of Pour Vous Paques 1938 6 Avril. 32 pages, F4.50 [aka] Pour Vous le Plus Grand Hebdomadaire du Cinema. [Deanna Durbin featured front cover, Clark Gable back]

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Paris: the magazine, 1938. 32p., folio magazine on newsprint (sound, not too acidic), 17x12 inch stapled wraps, illustrated with profuse rotogravure publicity stills reproduced variously in b&w, sepia and color photography, crowded together amidst captions and short texts. Centerfold is entirely in color (all four sides) with slightly more vivid presswork on slightly heavier paperstock (Dorothy Lamour one of… Read more
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$35.00
image of 80 Years of Transportation Progress; A History of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway

80 Years of Transportation Progress; A History of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway

by [Anderson, Jacob E., original text] Public Relations Department [revision]

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1957
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$15.00

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Tyler TX: the railroad, 1957. Pamphlet. 98p., coated alkaline paperstock throughout, plentifully illustrated with b&w period photos, facsimiles and line maps, softbound, a pamphlet in 7.5x5.5 inch stapled color wraps. A very presentable booklet, the one flaw we see is a faint ripple to first third of textblock (no staining whatsoever), a sound clean otherwise unmarked copy. Item "issued… Read more
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image of Men at Work 1964-65 World's Fair Sketchbook [aka] Official Art Book of the World's Fair New York 1964-65

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Florence Italy: Leo S. Olschki - Publisher, 1964. Hardcover. Unpaginated, perhaps thirty folio leaves printed both sides in b&w, sepia and in color-tints, ranging from fullpage plates to 3 or 4 vignettes per page, hardbound in 11x13.5 inch oblong decorated boards. Square and tight, corner-tips and head & tail rims slightly blunted, covers have picked up mild dirt and… Read more
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image of From New Day to New Deal; American Farm Policy from Hoover to Roosevelt, 1928-1933

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Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1991. xi, 333p., first edition hardbound in 9x6 inch gray cloth boards titled black, in glossy dust jacket. A very good copy: completely sound, clean and unmarked.
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image of A Concrete Atlantis; U.S. Industrial Building and European Modern Architecture, 1900-1925

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Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1989. Paperback. ix, 266p., b&w photoillustration throughout the running text, softbound in 10x7 inch decorated wraps. Cover mildly edgeworn, small neat ownership on half-title else unmarked, a clean sound copy.
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$17.00
image of Hog Ties; Pigs, Manure, and Mortality in American Culture

Hog Ties; Pigs, Manure, and Mortality in American Culture

by Horwitz, Richard P.

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1998
ISBN
9780333753217
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$12.00

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London: Macmillan, 1998. xv, 312p., hardbound in 9.5x6 inch boards and glossy dust jacket, a little edgeworn, a copy that is clean, sound and unmarked.
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image of Coming Home to America: a roadmap to gay_lesbian empowerment

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New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. Hardcover. 260p., near fine first edition, first printing stated in boards and unclipped dj.
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$10.00
image of Cross-Border Dialogues; U.S.-Mexico Social Movement Networking

Cross-Border Dialogues; U.S.-Mexico Social Movement Networking

by Brooks, David and Jonathan Fox, editors

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
2002
ISBN
9781878367488
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$12.00

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La Jolla CA: Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California San Diego, 2002. Paperback. xi, 441p., softbound, the first edition, a sizeable paperback in 9x6 inch glossy wraps. Nice condition, we see no signs of handling or age: absolutely sound, clean and unmarked.
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image of From the American system to mass production, 1800-1932: the development of manufactiring techology in the United Sates

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Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1984. Hardcover. xxi, 411p., illustrated with numerous period images; foreword, introduction, appendixes, notes, bibliography, index, hardbound in 10x7 inch black cloth boards gilt in dust jacket; the casing very faintly yawns, dj is edgeworn, an otherwise entirely sound copy, clean and unmarked. Studies in Industry and Society Series. #4, Glenn Porter, general editor.
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image of Manual of the United States, for the information of immigrants and foreigners.  Fifth edition, revised to date

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Washington DC: The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1928. Pamphlet. 95p., edge worn wraps a bit creased, some internal creasing else good condition, 5x7.25 inches.
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$15.00
image of A Place Called Chinese America

A Place Called Chinese America

by Mark, Diane Mei Lin and Ginger Chih

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1982
ISBN
9780840326324
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$20.00

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Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt Pub, 1982. Paperback. ix+192p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, The Organization of Chinese Americans, Inc., notes, sources index, illustrated with photos, maps, very good oversize trade paperback in lightly-worn pictorial wraps.
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Pilgrim Cut-Outs

by Sauer, Leroy D.

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Published
1939
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$18.00

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Dayton OH: Paine Publishing Company, 1939. 8 thick cardstock panels, 11x14 inches each; numbered 1a to 8a, shows stereotyped colonists and so forth. Besides the cards find a paper leaf with printed "General Directions," the stack enclosed in a manila envelope to size that is decorated with an image from the series. Envelope was once pasted down and… Read more
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