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Trinity Site, 1945-1995
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Trinity Site, 1945-1995

n.p.: Government Printing Office, 1995. [16p.], staplebound pamphlet, very good. Booklet for visitors to the site of the first atomic bomb test. Warning: don't pick up those pretty pieces of glassy fused sand!

$12.00

F.Y.I: Families & Youth, Inc. Newsletter #8 [on cover as 8th edition - formerly CHINS Notes]
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F.Y.I: Families & Youth, Inc. Newsletter #8 [on cover as 8th edition - formerly CHINS Notes]

By Sanchez, Joyce M. & Maria L. Marrujo, editors, Cathy Acosta, Louisa Apodaca, Becky Orona, Jonathon Trujillo, Brenda Lujan et al.

Las Cruces: CHINS/FYI/IG Printing, 1987. Magazine. 92p., 8.5x11 inches, history of CHINS, essays, poetry, art, news, services and resources, events, photos, very good magazine in stapled gray wraps. Originally CHINS [Children in Need of Supervision] this is the first issue published under the new moniker. Almost entirely Latinx teens and children contributors and editorial dept.

$25.00

IGRA Finals \'96: 10th annual IGRA finals rodeo October 1996 souvenir program, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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IGRA Finals '96: 10th annual IGRA finals rodeo October 1996 souvenir program, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque: International Gay Rodeao Association, 1996. Magazine. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, event schedule, photos, history, ads, very good souvenir program in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$15.00

500 Anos del Pueblo Chicano [handbill]
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500 Anos del Pueblo Chicano [handbill]

By Martinez, Betits

Albuquerque: SouthWest Organizing Project, 1990. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill, publicity announcement on yellow stock, very good. Publicity announcement for the updated edition of 450 Years of Chicano History in Pictures.

$12.00

¡ Saludos! Poemas de Nuevo Mexico/poems of New Mexico, translations edited by Consuelo Luz, introduction by Victor di Suvero
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¡ Saludos! Poemas de Nuevo Mexico/poems of New Mexico, translations edited by Consuelo Luz, introduction by Victor di Suvero

By Williams, Jeanie C. and Victor di Suvero, eds

Tesuque, NM: Pennywhistle Press, 1995. Paperback. 287p., wraps, very good condition. Text in English and Spanish.

$12.00

Voces Unidas: vol. 9, no. 1, Octubre 1999; Quinto Sol-Final de una Epoca
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Voces Unidas: vol. 9, no. 1, Octubre 1999; Quinto Sol-Final de una Epoca

Albuquerque: SouthWest Organizing Project [SWOP], 1999. Magazine. 12p. includes covers, plus 8p. special section, 8.5x11 inches, text in Spanish, photos, profiles, reports, news, actions, resources, very good newsletter in stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

The Penitentes of the Southwest; with etchings by Eli Levin
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The Penitentes of the Southwest; with etchings by Eli Levin

By Weigle, Marta, etchings by Eli Levin

Santa Fe: Ancient City Press, 1970. Paperback. 46p.,5.5x8.5 inches, preface, introduction, map, illustrations, selected bibliography, very good first printing booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Tierra Dulce; Reminiscences from the Jesse Nusbaum Papers
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Tierra Dulce; Reminiscences from the Jesse Nusbaum Papers

By Nusbaum, Rosemary

Santa Fe: The Sunstone Press, 1980. Hardcover. 96p., numerous b&w photos, both archival and snap-shot on site, hardbound in blue cloth boards with a title leaf laid down (evidently as issued). Signed and numbered (no.6) by author, one of only 250 hardbacks. NIce clean copy, no ownership or any other markings, and quite sound.

$15.00

Nearly nowhere
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Nearly nowhere

By Brenner, Summer

Oakland: PM Press, 2012. Paperback. 173p., wraps, first PM printing, very good condition. Radical noir fiction set in New Mexico.

$10.00

Santos; a primitive American art, with a foreword by Donald Bear
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Santos; a primitive American art, with a foreword by Donald Bear

By Hougland, Willard

New York: Collection of Jan Kleijkamp and Ellis Monroe, 1946. Hardcover. 45p., rubricated titlepage, black/white examples of Santos with extensive cataloguing data, 8.5x11 inch red cloth boards titled and decorated in bronze. Margins of the casebinding are dust-soiled from careless storage, and are slightly dished. Inside, all leave toned, fairly evenly. A good (good-only) copy. Book design, f.y.i., is said to be the work of Merle Armitage.

$35.00

Mission Churches of New Mexico
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Mission Churches of New Mexico

By [state tourist bureau, preparers]

Santa Fe: New Mexico State Tourist Bureau, 1930. Unpaginated, perhaps forty pages, small booklet in 7x5 inch color wraps, printed on alkaline clay-coated paperstock and illustrated with b&w photography and an orange spot-color design element. Preliminaries bear very faint calendar dates, almost invisible, else a nice clean sound copy. Dated from governor Clyde Tingley's preliminary message; he was in office 1935-38.

$12.00

March of labor, national monthly magazine for the active trade unionist.  Vol. 6, no. 5, June, 1954
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March of labor, national monthly magazine for the active trade unionist. Vol. 6, no. 5, June, 1954

By Steuben, John, ed

New York: March of Labor Inv, 1954. Magazine. 31, [i]p., wraps a bit creased and worn, else good condition, 8x10.5 inches. One page article by Juan Chacon, a star in the movie "Salt of the Earth," "Union leader turns leading man," also an article "Butte miners are still no. 1," and more. Noted in Walter Goldwater's "Radical periodicals in American, 1890-1950" no. 144 "Monthly edited by John Steuben, spokesman for the Communist line in union matters during this period

$25.00

UNM General Library, Center for Southwest Research folder of materials
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UNM General Library, Center for Southwest Research folder of materials

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1989. 9x12 inch folder with UNM imprint on cover and the Center label applied, mild wear, contains: two stapled 8.5x11 inch sheets of blue paper printed three sides with a description of the Special Collections Department at Zimmerman Library, stapled top-left corner, 8.5x14 inch handbill folded to a 3.5x8.5 inch brochure on Ibero-American Collections, a folded brochure on the John Gaw Meem Archive, several sheets of photocopied newspaper reviews, newsletter pages etc., eight sheets of the Center's stationary with resource guides, prospectus, lists for studies etc., several stapled together, a 16p. 11x8.5 inch booklet on the Museum Management Institute with application forms in stapled blue wraps, all very good, map of the UNM libraries printed on back cover of the folder.

$25.00

La Comadre Sebastiana and Marcos Gomez: essays from Dancing to Pay the Light Bill; essays on New Mexico and the Southwest [promotional booklet]
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La Comadre Sebastiana and Marcos Gomez: essays from Dancing to Pay the Light Bill; essays on New Mexico and the Southwest [promotional booklet]

By Sagel, Jim

Santa Fe: Red Crane Books, 1991. 11p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good promotional booklet in stapled lavender pictorialw raps. Excerpts from the book printed as a promotional piece.

$12.00

Governor Glu Glu and other stories
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Governor Glu Glu and other stories

By Ulibarri, Sabine R.

Tempe: Bilingual Press, 1988. Paperback. 153p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Christmas in Old Santa Fe
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Christmas in Old Santa Fe

By Ribera Ortega, Pedro, illustrated by Orlando Padilla, foreword by Merle Armitage

Santa Fe: The Sunstone Press, 1973. Paperback. vi, 102p., foreword, preface, illustrations, very good second edition trade paperback in photo-pictorial wraps, mild glue toning at hinges. Originally designed by Merle Armitage and published by Pinon in 1961. This edition designed byDouglas J. Houston.

$15.00

La Fiesta de Santa Fe. Sketches by the Author. Twenty-five Cents
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La Fiesta de Santa Fe. Sketches by the Author. Twenty-five Cents

By Merchant, Madeline Gwynne

Santa Fe NM: Self-published by the author, 1933. Pamphlet. 24p., sewn pamphlet in 6.5x4.5 inch matte wraps, a good copy with a light crease to blank back cover and a general touch of dust. We note that the thread, expertly inserted and tied, looks newish, and think the item was issued staplebound, as faint stab-holes and minute dots of rust remain. Caveat emptor, Merchant's text is superior to her sketches. "The oldest historical celebration in the North American continent, except the Puritan Thanksgiving Day." Author Merchant notes that it celebrates the conquest of the locals by The Uninvited, but feels it has morphed into multicultural acceptance, indigenous participant with hispanic. Find some discussion of out-of-towner artists' presence in the town and in the fiesta; no artists are named except one Will Schuster, who inaugurated an annual "Burning of Old Man Gloom." Another artist- conceived production was the "Hysterical Pageant

$20.00

Solo 2 A Journal of Poetry [with a special New Mexico section]
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Solo 2 A Journal of Poetry [with a special New Mexico section]

By Luschei, Glenna, publisher/editor

Carpinteria CA and North Wilkesboro NC: Solo Press, 1998. Paperback. vii, 115p., glossy 9x6 inch paperbound with a fine John Brandi color cover; covers have just a hint of soil and edgewear, a sound, unmarked, very good copy. The editor left Medellin Colombia for Albuquerque, loves the "bright mornings and beautiful mesa vegetation that would never appear in a lush environment." She at this writing was teaching poetry classes at Atascadero State Hospital (a funny farm) and California Men's Colony, another tough CA slammer. The "special NM section" runs from p.77 to 100.

$15.00

Harwood Anthology
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Harwood Anthology

By McAllister, Susan & Becky Holtzman, editors

Albuquerque: Old School Books, 2006. Paperback. 185p., paperbound in 8.5x6 inch decorated wraps. An absolutely clean sound unmarked copy. Harwood Arts Center publishing as Old School Books, is part of Escuela del Sol Montessori; editorial preface says it has "published the work of New Mexico poets since 2000 in small, free publications available to be picked up by passers-by

$15.00

Viva Guadalupe! The Virgin in New Mexican Popular Art. Photographs by Charles Mann
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Viva Guadalupe! The Virgin in New Mexican Popular Art. Photographs by Charles Mann

By Dunnington, Jacqueline Orsini [and] Charles Mann

Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1997. Paperback. 83p., profuse captioned color exhibit, site and portrait photography, with abreviated running text, on glossy alkaline paperstock, an elaborate production with diecut cover revealing photo of an amateur-made statuette. Softbound in 9x7 inch red wraps, clean and sound, a fine copy.

$15.00

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