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The teething thirties, a young girl\'s search for maturity during the depression
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The teething thirties, a young girl's search for maturity during the depression

By Carter, Maxine

New York: The William-Frederick Press, 1968. Paperback. 114p., slightly shelf worn wraps with a minor pen squiggle on front wrap, previous owner's inscription on front blank end paper else good condition. Missouri author.

$30.00

Discomfit. Vol. 1 no. 3 (January/February 1989)
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Discomfit. Vol. 1 no. 3 (January/February 1989)

Kansas City, MO: One Hundred Flowers Publishing Group, 1989. 28p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, pages toned, otherwise very good.

$15.00

Views poetic, other portraits
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Views poetic, other portraits

By Washington, Oscar D.

St. Louis, MO: Nesb Publishers, 1993. Paperback. 175p., wraps, very good condition. African American poet and songwriter.

$30.00

Wholesale Price List of Periodicals Supplied by The South-West News Company, Wholesale Dealers in Periodicals, Books, Stationery, Post Cards, and Season Novelties
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Wholesale Price List of Periodicals Supplied by The South-West News Company, Wholesale Dealers in Periodicals, Books, Stationery, Post Cards, and Season Novelties

By South-West News Company

Kansas City, MO: South-West News, 1912. Pamphlet. 44p., illustrated with a couple of fuzzy photos (customers standing at display racks) and metal signage ("We Deliver"), a small softbound pamphlet in 6x3.5 inch plain printed stapled wraps. Faintest crimpings along spinefold, a light back-cover corner crease and faint stain, otherwise clean and sound with no markings, a good to very good copy. Novelties offered seasonally include valentines, fireworks, baseball equipment, playing cards, harmonicas and lead pencils. The state of Missouri must have absorbed especially numerous immigrants from Germany; there are several German-language periodicals listed in the main selection plus a special section two pages long of German newspapers.

$15.00

Take stock of McDonnell! Outside stockholders meeting... People or Profits [poster]
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Take stock of McDonnell! Outside stockholders meeting... People or Profits [poster]

[St. Louis, MO]: Peace Center, [197-]. 18x12 inch screenprint poster, very good. The rally was apparently intended to draw attention to the role of McDonnell Douglas in the Vietnam War. Attributed to St. Louis by the address of the Peace Center, 6244 Delmar.

$95.00

La Plaza Internacional Hispana: the bridge to Latin America [brochure]
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La Plaza Internacional Hispana: the bridge to Latin America [brochure]

Kansas City, MO: La Plaza Internacional Hispana, 1988. Four-panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, illustrations and model photo in color on heavy semi-glossy card stock, very good. Proposal for a Latin American Center and World Trade Center adjacent to downtown KC, MO. Hector Barreto was chairman. Design by LeRoy & Scott.

$15.00

Strugglers a little graphic novel
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Strugglers a little graphic novel

By Fish, Tim

Los Angeles: Poison Press, 2006. Paperback. 112p., graphic novel, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Coming out novel set in St. Louis.

$12.00

Civic Views: KC\'s open-minded publication for the 90\'s; vol. 1, #1, June 21, 1993; Pride Festival - Stonewall Arts Festival
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Civic Views: KC's open-minded publication for the 90's; vol. 1, #1, June 21, 1993; Pride Festival - Stonewall Arts Festival

By Robinson, Chuck, editor, Julie Frankl, J. Mikeal Hagedorn, Lynell Smades, Shawn McGee et al.

Kansas City: Kansas City Freedom Press, 1993. Magazine. 21p., 8.5x11 inches, essays, news, opinion, events, illustrations and photos, ads, business listings, very good magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Civic Views: KC\'s open-minded publication for the 90\'s; vol. 1, #5, July 23, 1993; Foolkiller Show with Utah Phillips
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Civic Views: KC's open-minded publication for the 90's; vol. 1, #5, July 23, 1993; Foolkiller Show with Utah Phillips

By Robinson, Chuck, editor, Julie Frankl, J. Mikeal Hagedorn, Lynell Smades, Shawn McGee et al.

Kansas City: Kansas City Freedom Press, 1993. Magazine. 25p., 8.5x11 inches, essays, news, opinion, events, illustrations and photos, ads, business listings, very good magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Civic Views: KC\'s open-minded publication for the 90\'s; vol. 1, #6, July 30, 1993; Eastern Exposure; a roadtrip from Kansas City
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Civic Views: KC's open-minded publication for the 90's; vol. 1, #6, July 30, 1993; Eastern Exposure; a roadtrip from Kansas City

By Robinson, Chuck, editor, Julie Frankl, J. Mikeal Hagedorn, Lynell Smades, Shawn McGee et al.

Kansas City: Kansas City Freedom Press, 1993. Magazine. 25p., 8.5x11 inches, essays, news, opinion, events, illustrations and photos, ads, business listings, very good magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Compartamos Nuestra Herencia Cultural\
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Compartamos Nuestra Herencia Cultural" Hispanic-Latino heritage Month 1990 Exhibit & Live music [program] Unidos hacemos la diferencia

St. Louis: University of Missouri/Hispanic-Latino Association & BECA, 1990. [12p] 5.5x8.5 inches, event schedule, photos, bios, essay by Michael Daugherty, very good program booklet in stapled purple pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Forward, no. 1, November, 1976 to no. 4, August, 1977 [set of all four issues]
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Forward, no. 1, November, 1976 to no. 4, August, 1977 [set of all four issues]

By Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist)

Kansas City, MO: Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist), 1977. Four issues, 8.5x11 inches folded size, issued as quarto with the full sheet size of 17x22 inches, each issue is one folded sheet. Some uneven toning, especially to the rear panel of the second issue; first issue is slightly misfolded with edgewear. Issue no. 3 includes the legendary full sheet flow chart of the new Communist movement (various Maoist groups, PLP, etc.). The flow chart is quite helpful for keeping track of the various groups. A decent reading set.

$65.00

The Tenth National Conference on Men and Masculinity June 20-23, 1985, St. Louis, Missouri
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The Tenth National Conference on Men and Masculinity June 20-23, 1985, St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis: Changing Men, 1985. Sicteen-panel brochure folded to 5.5x8.5 inches with extensive information on the Conference, schedules, events, programs, speakers etc., very good on glossy stock which unfolds to 17x22 inches.

$15.00

Forward, no. 2 (Jan. 1977)
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Forward, no. 2 (Jan. 1977)

By Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist)

Kansas City, MO: Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist), 1977. Single issue of the publication, 8.5x11 inches folded size, issued as quarto with the full sheet size of 17x22 inches, entire issue is one folded sheet covered with dense, small text on both sides. Unevenly toned and foxed, a reading copy. This issue devoted to the article "A tactical dispute among social-chauvinists," on the Albania-China falling-out.

$12.00

Forward, no. 3 (March 1977)
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Forward, no. 3 (March 1977)

By Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist)

Kansas City, MO: Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist), 1977. Single issue of the publication, 8.5x11 inches folded size, issued as quarto with the full sheet size of 17x22 inches, entire issue is one folded sheet covered with dense, small text on both sides. Unevenly toned and foxed, a reading copy. Includes the legendary full-sheet flow chart of the New Communist movement (various Maoist and ML groups, etc.).

$20.00

Forward, no. 1, November, 1976 to no. 4, August, 1977 [set of all four issues]
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Forward, no. 1, November, 1976 to no. 4, August, 1977 [set of all four issues]

By Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist)

Kansas City, MO: Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist), 1977. Four issues, 8.5x11 inches folded size, issued as quarto with the full sheet size of 17x22 inches, each issue is one folded sheet. Some uneven toning, especially to the front panel of the first issue. Issue no. 3 includes the legendary full sheet flow chart of the new Communist movement (various Maoist groups, PLP, etc.). The flow chart is quite helpful for keeping track of the various groups.

$95.00

Forward, no. 4 (August, 1977)
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Forward, no. 4 (August, 1977)

By Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist)

Kansas City, MO: Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist), 1977. Single issue of the unusually formatted newsletter, 8.5x11 inches folded size, unfolding to full sheet size of 17x22 inches, covered in small, dense text. Unevenly toned and foxed, a reading copy.. Much on the Guardian's party-building effort.

$12.00

The Sheaf; The Principia Annual [with variant titlings] 1927, 1928, 1932
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The Sheaf; The Principia Annual [with variant titlings] 1927, 1928, 1932

By Moreland, W. D., Jr., editor [and others or none]

Saint Louis MO / Elsah IL: The Principia Junior College, 1927. Three standard-format yearbooks, rather more neatly designed and produced than most, with cover decoration in blind and tint or gilding to cover seal. The 1928 issue features a subtle background printblock by Bernard Maybeck on every page; alkaline glazed paperstock throughout; and aside from touches of edgewear in as-issued condition, pace some endsheet autographs in '28, which also has, laid in, a certificate made out to book's owner (one Tommy King) permitting him to wear the football team's letter. Three separate items as a small lot.

$50.00

Gateway Star. Gateway Chapter Newsletter, vol. 1 no. 3 (June 1979)
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Gateway Star. Gateway Chapter Newsletter, vol. 1 no. 3 (June 1979)

By New American Movement

St. Louis, MO: Gateway NAM, 1979. 8p., 7x10 inches, mild toning, otherwise very good.

$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

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