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Jews without money Woodcuts by Howard Simon. With a special introduction by the author
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Jews without money Woodcuts by Howard Simon. With a special introduction by the author

By Gold, Michael

New York: Horace Liveright, 1930. Hardcover. 309p., illus., later printing (10th edition, August, 1930), spine lettering eroded, corners bumped else good condition. No dj. * Rideout novel.

$15.00

Voces de frontera; estudios sobre la dispersión cultural en la frontera Mexico-Estados Unidos
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Voces de frontera; estudios sobre la dispersión cultural en la frontera Mexico-Estados Unidos

By Zuñiga, Víctor, coordinador

Nuevo León: Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo león, 1998. Paperback. 300p., softbound in 8x5.5 inch frenchfold wraps, a handsome production that has a noticible curve to it (covers and textblock both) derived from careless storage; else entirely sound, entirely clean and unmarked.

$25.00

Hua qiao gai guan
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Hua qiao gai guan

By Liu Shimu; Xu Zhigui

Shanghai: Zhonghua shuju, 1935. 6, 4, 7, 158, 6 pages, very good paperback. Overview of Chinese emigration around the world, reasons for and character of the migration, the government's policies toward it, etc.

$95.00

An illustrated history of the Chinese in America
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An illustrated history of the Chinese in America

By McCunn, Ruthanne Lum

San Francisco: Design Enterprises, 1979. 133p., profusely illustrated, very good paperback.

$12.00

Art of the refugee experience, Euphrat Gallery, Cupertino, January 26 -  March 24, 1988
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Art of the refugee experience, Euphrat Gallery, Cupertino, January 26 - March 24, 1988

By Rindfleisch, Jan

Cupertino, CA: Euphrat Gallery, 1988. Pamphlet. 56p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, black & white illustrations. As new.

$35.00

World immigration; with special reference to the United States
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World immigration; with special reference to the United States

By Davie, Maurice R.

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936. x, 588p. + foldout chart ("Wave of immigration into the United States from all countries 1820 - 1935"), very good hardcover with ownership signature and old price stamped on front endpaper. No dj. Includes one full chapter on Asiatic emigration to the US.

$12.00

Abstracts of reports of the Immigration commission, with conclusions and recommendations and views of the minority. V. 1, part 1 and 2
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Abstracts of reports of the Immigration commission, with conclusions and recommendations and views of the minority. V. 1, part 1 and 2

By Dillingham, William Paul; William Stiles Bennet

n.p.: Kessinger Publishing, n.d.. Two hardcover volumes, very good, reprinting the 1911 original. Includes discussion of immigrants from various parts of the world and their impact on American industries and labor.

$30.00

The San Francisco Irish, 1850-1976. Edited For The Irish Literary and Historical Society
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The San Francisco Irish, 1850-1976. Edited For The Irish Literary and Historical Society

By Walsh, James P.

San Francisco: Irish Literary and Historical Society, 1978. Hardcover. [vi], 150p., green buckram boards gilt-titled and decorated, first edition. Includes a chapter on Father Yorke, and other working class related figures; a chapter-long discussion of the lamentable Father Coughlin; and a longish chapter (by Kevin Starr, no less) on Jerry Brown, "The Governor as Zen Jesuit

$30.00

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education: vol. 7, #18, May 2, 1997; Immigration in perspective
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The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education: vol. 7, #18, May 2, 1997; Immigration in perspective

By Hixon, Adalyn, editor

Paramas, NJ: The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, 1997. Magazine. 40p. includes covers, 8.25x11 inches, articles, opinion, events, news, photos, ads, services and resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Emigration and the Chinese lineage: the Mans in Hong Kong and London
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Emigration and the Chinese lineage: the Mans in Hong Kong and London

By Watson, James L.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975. xiii, 242 pages, very good hardcover in dustjacket. A study of emigration and social change in the village of San Tin, Hong Kong.

$15.00

Bitter sugar; slaves today in the Caribbean. Photographic reportage by the author. Translated from the French by Andreea Johnson
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Bitter sugar; slaves today in the Caribbean. Photographic reportage by the author. Translated from the French by Andreea Johnson

By Lemoine, Maurice

Chicago: Banner Press, 1985. Paperback. 308p. + 18p. maps and photos, wraps a bit shelf worn, paper lightly toned else good condition. On Haitians living in the Dominican Republic.

$12.00

Anarchist voices, an oral history of Anarchism in America
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Anarchist voices, an oral history of Anarchism in America

By Avrich, Paul

Edinburgh / Oakland: AK Press, 2005. Paperback. xiii, 574p., publisher's ads, softbound reprint in 9x6 inch decorated wraps. Slightest edgewear, clean, sound and unmarked, a very good copy.

$15.00

Fé de erratas. Cuatro
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Fé de erratas. Cuatro

By Armijo, Ricardo, Raul Dorantes, Ninfa Martinez, Francisco Pina, Humberto Uribe, [and] Febronio Zatarain, editorial advisors

Chicago: Fé de Erratas, 1993. 47p., staplebound chapbook format, wraps worn and soiled else very good. Spanish-language literary journal, a project of the Taller Literario de Inmigrantes el Lugar Sin Limites.

$12.00

The Conscience of an Anarchist. Why It\'s Time to Say Good-Bye to the State and Build a Free Society
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The Conscience of an Anarchist. Why It's Time to Say Good-Bye to the State and Build a Free Society

By Chartier, Gary

Apple Valley CA: Cobden Press, 2011. Paperback. The "corrected fourth printing": x, 119p., softbound in 9x6 inch colorphoto wraps, entirely clean, sound and unmarked: a very good copy that is signed by Chartier with a squiggle on the half-title page. Explorations of a stateless world.

$12.00

The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]
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The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]

By Rink, photo, Mary C. Dunlap, Carl Hill

San Francisco: Women's Press project for The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1982. Four-panel pamphlet, 5.5x8.5 inches, cover photo of Dunlap and Hill by Rink, information about the INS ban and injunctions with Judge Robert P. Aguilar's finding, list of speakers and performers, , additional slip of paper with more info laid-in. Speakers included Dennis Altman, Harry Britt, Stanley Rebultan et al. Performers included the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with Sister Boom Boom as Ms. Liberty.

$20.00

Entre verde y seco; with introduction by: Tomas Atencio
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Entre verde y seco; with introduction by: Tomas Atencio

By Arellano, Estevan, editor, Manuel Archuleta, Alfredo Delgado, Antonio Medina and Estevan Arellano, among others

Dixon, NM: Academia de la Nueva Raza, 1972. Paperback. 119p., text in Spanish, illustrated with b&w photos, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps with mild rubbing and darkening on spine.

$35.00

Join the Queer Contingent at the March Against 187 [handbill] a resistir la 187
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Join the Queer Contingent at the March Against 187 [handbill] a resistir la 187

San Francisco: MDI/IRM Immigrant Rights Movement, 1994. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only, silhouette of marchers with pickets and banners, text in English and Spanish, very good on white stock. The march against proposition 187 aka Save Our State anti-immigration bill.

$15.00

Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights & Services [brochure]
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Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights & Services [brochure]

San Francisco: The Coalition, 1990. Eight-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, list of organizations involved with CIRRS, explanation of services, philosophy, organization, very good on heavy pale gray stock.

$15.00

Wyoming Migrant Healt Program [brochure]
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Wyoming Migrant Healt Program [brochure]

Powell: Wyoming Health Council, 1997. Six-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, overview, mission, goals, the program, county map, contact info, very good on lavender stock. The focus is on MSFW populations in Wyoming meaning Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers.

$12.00

The treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo; a legacy of conflict
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The treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo; a legacy of conflict

By Griswold del Castillo, Richard

Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. Paperback. xv, 251p., later wraps printing, softbound in 8x5 inch glossy cardstock. A single corner-tip of text bears a now-flattened small dog-ear, an otherwise immaculate copy.

$12.00

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