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Black Lesbians and Gays / from silence to celebration / Boyond the 28 days / 7th Annual National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference and Institutes [poster]
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Black Lesbians and Gays / from silence to celebration / Boyond the 28 days / 7th Annual National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference and Institutes [poster]

Secaucus, NJ: the Conference, 1994. 18x24 inch poster, very good. Artwork is by Durham (no first name given).

$125.00

Gaywyck
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Gaywyck

By Virga, Vincent

London: GMP-Gay Mens Press, 1987. Paperback. 375p., very good revised edition first printed in the UK by GMP, trade paperback in camp pictorial wraps. Gay historical romance.

$12.00

Outrageous Desire: the politics and aesthetics of representation in recent works by lesbian and gay artists; October 21 through November 8, 1991
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Outrageous Desire: the politics and aesthetics of representation in recent works by lesbian and gay artists; October 21 through November 8, 1991

By Weinberg, Jonathan, Marcia Salo et al.

New Brunswick: Rutgers University, 1991. 22p., 8x9 inches, foreword, introduction, essays, exhibiting artists, illustrated with thumnail photos of works, very good exhibition catalog in stapled gray wraps with light sunning to spine fold.

$15.00

The Bug. Published monthly by the enlisted personel of the United States Coast Guard Training Station -- Atlantic City, New Jersey [2 issues] February and March 1944
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The Bug. Published monthly by the enlisted personel of the United States Coast Guard Training Station -- Atlantic City, New Jersey [2 issues] February and March 1944

By Bennett, Charles C., editor

Two separate magazines together as a small lot, Feb @ 28p., March @ 32p. Slick magazine format with coated alkaline paper chockablock with journalistic reportage, sportswriting, cartoons, ads and a pin-up, rather like a school yearbook but meatier. Expect mild handling wear, ownership name lightly inked on covers, no markings, excisions or damage within: good copies.

$20.00

Why Blair and Keating are no models for American labor.  Two articles on the history of Labour and Social Democratic parties and governments in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.  John O\'Mahony: The British Labour Party in perspective [and] Martin Thomas: Social democracy in the 90s
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Why Blair and Keating are no models for American labor. Two articles on the history of Labour and Social Democratic parties and governments in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. John O'Mahony: The British Labour Party in perspective [and] Martin Thomas: Social democracy in the 90s

By O'Mahony, John [and] Martin Thomas

East Windsor, NJ: Barry Finger, 1995. Pamphlet. 12p., wraps, minor creasing else very good condition, 8.25x11.75 inches. A Workers' Liberty pamphlet.

$20.00

The business of organized crime: a Cosa Nostra family
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The business of organized crime: a Cosa Nostra family

By Anderson, Annelise Graebner

Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 1979. Hardcover. 179p., hardcover in dustjacket, a very good copy. Hoover Institution publication 201.

$12.00

Demonstration May 20. Armed Farces Day. Ft. Dix, McQuire AFB [broadside]
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Demonstration May 20. Armed Farces Day. Ft. Dix, McQuire AFB [broadside]

Wrightstown, NJ: The Dix / McQuire Project, 1972. 10x14 inch sheet printed both sides, vertical fold, minor foxing, otherwise very good. Text on the verso comes from a local underground GI paper, Fragging Action. Lists actions taken during the first Armed Farces Day in 1971, and calls for a major action on May 20th.

$75.00

With Walt Whitman in Camden: March 28-July 14, 1888; July 16-October 31, 1888; & November 1, 1888-January 20, 1889 [three volume set in slipcase]
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With Walt Whitman in Camden: March 28-July 14, 1888; July 16-October 31, 1888; & November 1, 1888-January 20, 1889 [three volume set in slipcase]

By Traubel, Horace

Carbondale: Souther Illinois University Press, 1961. Hardcover. Three volume set, 473p., 570p., 590p., illustrations, folding Will tipped-in, indexes, annotations, footnotes, very good first printings thus in green cloth boards and gilt, matching green paper and cardboard slipcase worn with split at rear vertical joint.

$125.00

Stereopticon view no. 11836, Wringing wet, Atlantic City, N.J.
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Stereopticon view no. 11836, Wringing wet, Atlantic City, N.J.

By [photograph, B.W. [Benjamin West] Kilburn

Littleton NH: B. W. Kilburn [studio], 1897. Standard format, two nearly identical views on 3.5x7 inch thick cardstock veneered with a pink printed coating, photos reproduced sepia, these show, ankle-deep in seawater, a 30-ish woman in bulky black swim cloak and leggings, wringing water from hem; she is watched by a grinning boy in middle distance. Far distance, throngs of bathers, a pier, warehouses. The pink surface is dust-soiled, the sepia prints show a couple faint small pressure marks, back of card similarly soiled with a light crease. Kilburn advert on this backing.

$20.00

Cape May, Queen of the Seaside Resorts; Its History and Architecture. Photographs by George E. Thomas. Updated and Enlarged Edition
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Cape May, Queen of the Seaside Resorts; Its History and Architecture. Photographs by George E. Thomas. Updated and Enlarged Edition

By Thomas, George E. and Carl E. Doebley

Hellertown PA: The Knossus Project, Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts. Hardcover. 254p., printed on high-gloss paperstock, plenty of b&w site and building photographs, diagrams but no floorplans or elevations, hardbound later (expanded) edition in 12x9 inch cloth boards titled black and a colorphoto dust jacket. The jacket is a little edgeworn with a crease on the back panel, an all-around very good clean copy.

$30.00

America\'s working man; work, home, and politics among blue-collar property owners
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America's working man; work, home, and politics among blue-collar property owners

By Halle, David

Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1984. Hardcover. xviii, 360p., very good condition in a like dj. Study of workers in a New Jersey automated chemical plant.

$10.00

In the great tradition of American Labor Solidarity, Come to the United Labor Picnic, Sunday, Aug. 24, in support of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO... [handbill]
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In the great tradition of American Labor Solidarity, Come to the United Labor Picnic, Sunday, Aug. 24, in support of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO... [handbill]

By [United Farm Workers Organizing Committee]

[New York]: Friends of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, 1969. 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good, announcing an event in Wanaque, New Jersey to support the strike and grape boycott.

$20.00

World Perspective A Survey, Analysis and Synthesis
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World Perspective A Survey, Analysis and Synthesis

By Nearing, Scott

Ridgewood, NJ: Self-published by the author, 1937. Pamphlet. 22p. in worn and soiled stapled wraps. 7 1/2 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Some tearing to edges.

$20.00

The Ukrainian Weekly 2000: the most significant news stories and commentaries published in the Ukrainian weekly. Volume 1: 1933-1969
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The Ukrainian Weekly 2000: the most significant news stories and commentaries published in the Ukrainian weekly. Volume 1: 1933-1969

By Jarosewich, Irene, editor

Parsippany, NJ: Ukrainian Weekly, 2000. 287p., softcover, light shelfwear, very good. Highlights of reportage from the Ukrainian-American publication, including a great deal on the famine of the 1930s and the Nazi-Soviet rivalry in the Ukraine.

$15.00

The Rand School\'s place in worker\'s education
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The Rand School's place in worker's education

By Schapiro, Theodore

New York: Rand School of Social Science, 1949. Four-page leaflet, very good. Adapted form an address at the commencement exercises of the Rand School of Northern New Jersey, March 29, 1949.

$15.00

Working men and women of Newark! Stand together [handbill]
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Working men and women of Newark! Stand together [handbill]

New York: Labor Action Committee, Columbia University, 1971. 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good, printed one side, asking residents of Newark to demand that their unions call a general strike in the city in solidarity with the Newark Teachers' Union.

$12.00


The black school superintendent; messiah or scapegoat
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The black school superintendent; messiah or scapegoat

By Scott, Hugh J.

Washington: Howard University Press, 1980. Hardcover. xii, 262p., dj. Case studies of black educators in Macon Co., AL; DC; Wilmington, DE; Atlanta; Baltimore; Newark; and Highland Park, MI.

$15.00

[Check for $350 written to John Laing]
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[Check for $350 written to John Laing]

By Edison, Mina M.

West Orange, NJ: Mina Edison, 1940. Check written out to an employee of Edison's company; endorsed by Laing on the verso and perforated to show it had been paid. Very good.

$20.00

My prayer. Reprinted for the author from the August issue of The Open Road
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My prayer. Reprinted for the author from the August issue of The Open Road

By Schroeder, Theodore

Mays Landing, NJ: the author, 1943. Broadside, 6x9 inches, printed on one side only, all text.

$12.00

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