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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

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

Equal Time: a women\'s newspaper vol. 1, #10, August 1978; the long march to equality
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Equal Time: a women's newspaper vol. 1, #10, August 1978; the long march to equality

By Messner, Ruth Ann, Mardy Binter, Sherry Eslick editors, Linda GebertCarol Megrail et al.

Wichita: Equal Time, 1978. Newspaper. 8p. folded tabloid newspaper, articles, news, events, services and resources, photos, lightly-toned on newsprint. Also below the fold and interview with Jan Meyers.

$20.00

1993; the world of tomorrow, timely look into the future
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1993; the world of tomorrow, timely look into the future

By Orr, Paul and Violet Orr

Altadena, California: Pacific Progress Publishers, 1968. Paperback. 273p., wraps, first edition, signed "With best wishes, Paul & Violet Orr." Raised in Kansas, the authors lived in Los Angeles. "Detailed socialist eutopia stressing decentralization." *Sargent. "A revolutionary approach is made to city planning which includes the saving of wide, open spaces, the securing of really fresh food for the people. A novel plan shows how one million visitors could see Yosemite Valley daily." - rear cover.

$17.00

Bible Belt Oasis: the story of Rosalea\'s Hotel (1968-1978) [signed]
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Bible Belt Oasis: the story of Rosalea's Hotel (1968-1978) [signed]

By Rosalea

Harper, KS: Self-published by the author as Sweet-Art Books, 1981. Paperback. 188p., signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. The Hotel, the only one in Harper, has been the scene of a continuous battle between the residents and the "outsider" (who was actually born and raised in Harper!) and her hotel for misfits - gays, lesbians, "hippies" etc.).

$25.00

Out Somewhere and Back Again (the Kansas Stories)
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Out Somewhere and Back Again (the Kansas Stories)

By Stockwell, Nancy

Washington DC: Women in Distribution, 1978. Paperback. 102p., pages separating but present (ill-named "perfectbound") first edition small trade paperback in white wraps. Grier B* C***. Scarce due cheap production. Grier notes "One of the best written books to come out of the Women's Movement. Only Three stories are pertinent (to lesbiana) and only one of these substantially, but it is a must book" (for the collector of lesbiana) (Parentheticals are the bibliographer's note).

$20.00

Crossings I - V.
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Crossings I - V.

By Moritz, John, cover drawing by Lee Chapman

[Lawrence, KS]: Tansy Publications, 1971. [16p] 6x9 inches, first edition chapbook in soiled and worn sewn pictorial wraps, personal inscription to Berk signed by the poet on last blank page.

$25.00

Cottonwood Review 69-1
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Cottonwood Review 69-1

By Irving, Kenneth, editor, Thurston Moore, troubleshooter, Bill Berkowitz, Wayne Propst, Lee Chapman et al.

Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1969. Paperback. 60p., poetry, prose, illustrations, lightly-worn and soiled poetry journal, trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. Not the Sonic Youth.

$15.00

Kansas - New Mexico
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Kansas - New Mexico

By Irby, Ken

Lawrence: Terrence Williams, 1965. [14p] 6x9 inches, worn first edition chapbook limited to 250 copies, curled, lightly-soiled, rusty staples, in white pictorial wraps. Formula Series Number One. University of Kansas graduate who became associated with the Black Mountain poets through Robert Duncan, Robert Creeley and Edward Dorn.

$20.00

Cottonwood Review vol. 1, #2, Spring 1966
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Cottonwood Review vol. 1, #2, Spring 1966

By Knief, William D., editor, D. C. peck, Michael Dixon, Ronald Tellessen, Lee Chapman, et al.

Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1966. Paperback. [48p] 7x7.5 inches, a play, poetry, prose, illustrations, lightly-worn and soiled poetry journal, booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps, rusty staples, heavily stained and silverfished.

$15.00

Bleeding Kansas Again
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Bleeding Kansas Again

By Propst, Wayne S., Jr.

Lawrence: Tansy Press, 1969. [12p] 6x9 inches, mostly disbound from covers but intact, first edition limited to 500 copies and 25 signed and numbered by the poet, this #21/25 also with a short personal inscription signed at front, chapbook in tan pictorial wraps, rusty staples.

$25.00

Cottonwood Review Fall 1969
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Cottonwood Review Fall 1969

By Lough, Jeff & Jim Schmidt, editors, Thurston Moore, faculty advisor, Bill Berkowitz, Larry Maness, Eric Chaet, Marilyn Cathcart, et al.

Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1969. Paperback. 80p., poetry, prose, illustrations, lightly-worn and soiled poetry journal, trade paperback in orange pictorial wraps. Not the Sonic Youth.

$15.00

The Opening of the Great Southwest 1870-1945. A Brief History of the Origin and Development of the MIssouri Kansas and Texas Rail Way. Better known as the Katy Lines
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The Opening of the Great Southwest 1870-1945. A Brief History of the Origin and Development of the MIssouri Kansas and Texas Rail Way. Better known as the Katy Lines

By [Katy Lines]

M-K-T Diamond Anniversary publicist, 1945. Pamphlet. 31p., illustrated with vignette period images scattered in the text, softbound, a pamphlet in 7x5 inch stapled decorated wraps. Nice copy; clean, sound, no ownership or other markings.

$12.00

My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography
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My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography

By Haldeman-Julius, Emmanuel

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949. Pamphlet. 117p., wraps slightly faded and browned, some rust to staples, else good condition, illus., 5.5x8.5 inches. B-814. Includes sections on his days at the New York Call, Horace Traubel, Proletarian Interllectuals, Will Durant, Joseph McCabe, Art Young, Greenwich Village, Eugene V. Debs and many others. Includes sales figures for booklets by a number of his authors (Upton Sinclair, Jack London, Oscar Wilde etc.).

$20.00

My first 25 years; instead of a footnote. An autobiography
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My first 25 years; instead of a footnote. An autobiography

By Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949. Pamphlet. 47p., wraps, very good condition, first edition, 5.5x8.5 inches. B-788. Includes his memories of the New York Socialist Party and early years in the left along with recollections of the numerous luminaries he knew such as Clarence Darrow. Includes comments on his time in Chicago.

$20.00

Wittgenstein on Practice and the Myth of the Giving: The Lindley Lecture, University of Kansas
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Wittgenstein on Practice and the Myth of the Giving: The Lindley Lecture, University of Kansas

By Hurley, S. L.

Lawrence: Department of Philosophy, University of Kansas, 1995. 28p., 6x9 inches, very good booklet in stapled pink wraps.

$20.00

My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography
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My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography

By Haldeman-Julius, Emmanuel

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949. Pamphlet. 117p., wraps slightly faded and browned, minor damp stain else good condition, illus., 5.5x8.5 inches. B-814. Includes sections on his days at the New York Call, Horace Traubel, Proletarian Interllectuals, Will Durant, Joseph McCabe, Art Young, Greenwich Village, Eugene V. Debs and many others. Includes sales figures for booklets by a number of his authors (Upton Sinclair, Jack London, Oscar Wilde etc.).

$45.00

My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography
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My second 25 years, instead of a footnote. An autobiography

By Haldeman-Julius, Emmanuel

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949. Pamphlet. 117p., wraps slightly faded, illus., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition . B-814. Includes sections on his days at the New York Call, Horace Traubel, Proletarian Interllectuals, Will Durant, Joseph McCabe, Art Young, Greenwich Village, Eugene V. Debs and many others. Includes sales figures for booklets by a number of his authors (Upton Sinclair, Jack London, Oscar Wilde etc.).

$65.00

Silkville: a Kansas attempt in the history of Fourierist utopias, 1869-1892
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Silkville: a Kansas attempt in the history of Fourierist utopias, 1869-1892

By Carpenter, Garrett R.

Emporia: Kansas State Teachers College, 1954. Pamphlet. 29p., wraps slightly worn, library address on rear wrap (no other markings), 6x9 inches. The Emporia State research studies, vol. 3, no. 2.

$35.00

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