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Next Magazine: vol. 4, #49, June 20, 1997; Pride Guide \'97
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Next Magazine: vol. 4, #49, June 20, 1997; Pride Guide '97

By McMahon, Perry, editor

New York: Next Pub, 1997. Magazine. 72p. including covers, 8.25x7.75 inches landscape format, photos, ads, services, articles, reviews, listings, events, very good LGBT entertainment weekly digest-size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Special Gay Pride issue.

$15.00

A Walk Through the Divine Liturgy of the Armenian Church: A Guide to the Badarak. Illustrations by Ms. Lilit Amirchanian
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A Walk Through the Divine Liturgy of the Armenian Church: A Guide to the Badarak. Illustrations by Ms. Lilit Amirchanian

By Findikyan, V. Rev. Fr. Daniel

New York: Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, 2001. Pamphlet. 19p., softbound, a stapled pamphlet in 8.5x5.5 inch glossy blue wraps. Item has been through the mails and has an address and the remnant of a neat tape fastener. Slightest signs of handling, a very good copy. 1700th Anniversary Booklet series - no. 2.

$15.00

NYU Inc.; Issue 3, Volume 2, November 2003
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NYU Inc.; Issue 3, Volume 2, November 2003

New York: NYU Inc, 2003. Newspaper. 27p., folded tabloid format, illus., very good condition. Covers issues and activism at NYU, along with news and opinions on current events such as protests against the WTO, the Iraq war, street art, and more. Centerfold poster protesting the upcoming RNC in New York. Also includes an article on the history of anti-semitism at NYU.

$15.00

Dawn Powell: Novels 1930-1942. Dance Night; Come Back to Sorrento; Turn, Magic Wheel; Angels on Toast; A Time To Be Born
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Dawn Powell: Novels 1930-1942. Dance Night; Come Back to Sorrento; Turn, Magic Wheel; Angels on Toast; A Time To Be Born

By Powell, Dawn

New York: Library of America, 2001. Hardcover. 1068p., first edition of this 5-novel collection with notes by Tim Page (and possibly the extensive chronology too), green cloth boards with place-keep ribbon and glossy black dust jacket, the usual Lib of Amer format, an immaculate never-handled copy. Literary classics of the United States, Inc.

$12.00

NYU Inc.; Issue 2 Volume 2, September 2003: Disorientation Guide
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NYU Inc.; Issue 2 Volume 2, September 2003: Disorientation Guide

New York: NYU Inc, 2003. 31p., folded tabloid format, illus., very good condition. Alternative newspaper published by NYU students. This is the second annual Disorientation Guide, intended to "counter the glossy brochures and slick propaganda that the administration has aimed at first-year students." Covers issues and activism at NYU, the radical history of various university buildings, and a guide to resources in New York, along with news and opinions on current events such as the Iraq war, gay marriage, anti-abortion laws, and more.

$15.00

Alongside night
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Alongside night

By Schulman, J. Neil

New York: Crown Publishers, 1979. Hardcover. 181p., first edition, bookstore stamp on front blank end paper else very good condition in an edge worn and price clipped dj. Science fiction novel about the collapse of money, from a libertarian perspective. Dedicated to Samuel Edward Konkin III, and with a shout out to Milton Friedman in the author's introduction.

$20.00

Chelsea Hotel, A Magazine for the Arts. Volume 10, 1997. Die letzten Tage der Beats - Or: The Beginning of a Never Ending Revolution. Fotos von Gerard Malanga, New York, und Larry Keenan, San Francisco
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Chelsea Hotel, A Magazine for the Arts. Volume 10, 1997. Die letzten Tage der Beats - Or: The Beginning of a Never Ending Revolution. Fotos von Gerard Malanga, New York, und Larry Keenan, San Francisco

By Malanga, Gerard and Larry Keenan, photography

Paperback. Text entirely in German (except for subtitle as above, the spine titling, and some of the poems): 144p., b&w photo-reproductions in a running text, find other articles here but the beat portraits dominate (see a discussion of the Pynchon/Tinasky theory, then considered a possibility). Giant paperback, 13x9.5 inches, absolutely clean, sound and unmarked. Very good copy.

$25.00

The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City.  vol. 3, no. 1, January-Febuary 1939
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The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City. vol. 3, no. 1, January-Febuary 1939

By Coe, Samuel, ed

New York: Psychologists League, 1939. Magazine. 23p., wraps, very good condition, 7x10 inches. Left-wing psychologists group, close to the CPUSA. Articles include Philip Eisenberg's Morale of the WPA worker, news of conference meetings and more.

$95.00

The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City.  vol. 3, no. 5, November-December 1939
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The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City. vol. 3, no. 5, November-December 1939

By Coe, Samuel, ed

New York: Psychologists League, 1939. Magazine. [12p.], wraps with a trace of toning else very good condition, 7x10 inches. Left-wing psychologists group, close to the CPUSA. Articles include B.F. Reiss "Attitudes toward labor of some industrial psychologists, Some remarks on social psychology by S.E. Asch and "Professional Welfare Committee submits salary scale in union negotiations" and more.

$95.00

3 red stars
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3 red stars

By Flanigan, B.P., Dan Georgakas, Lenny Rubenstein

New York: Smyrna Press, 1975. Pamphlet. 56p., wraps, abrasion on front wrap else very good condition, 5.25x8.5 inches. Collection of poems and short prose pieces, many set in New York. The 'three red stars' to whom the book is dedicated, are Brecht, Mayakovsky and Victor Serge.

$15.00

The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City.  vol. 3, no. 1, January-Febuary 1939
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The Psychologists League journal, a bi-monthly publication of The Psychologists League, New York City. vol. 3, no. 1, January-Febuary 1939

By Coe, Samuel, ed

New York: Psychologists League, 1939. Magazine. 23p., wraps chipped at the top left edge else very good condition, 7x10 inches. Left-wing psychologists group, close to the CPUSA. Articles include Philip Eisenberg's Morale of the WPA worker, news of conference meetings and more.

$75.00

Avant Gardening - Ecological Struggle in the City & the World
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Avant Gardening - Ecological Struggle in the City & the World

By Wilson, Peter Lamborn & Bill Weinbert, editors

Brooklyn: Autonomedia, 1999. 170p., publisher's ads, small softbound in 7x4.5 inch color wraps; clean, sound and unmarked, really as new. Cautionary screed, how the Urb has changed in US cities, and what it is heading towards per technocratical unwisdom.

$12.00

Brownstone; a novel of New York
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Brownstone; a novel of New York

By Kahn, Arthur

New York: Independence Publishers, 1953. Hardcover. 370p., front., illus., first edition, signed by Kahn, no. 768 of the People's patronage, pre-publication limited edition (total limitation not stated), previous owner's name on front blank pastedown else very good condition in a shelf worn dj with some creasing on the rear panel and a few closed tears. *Rideout novel. Set in the Upper West Side, NYC.

$45.00

Out NY \'94: Out in New York \'94 a special supplement of Out Magazine
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Out NY '94: Out in New York '94 a special supplement of Out Magazine

New York: Out Magazine, 1994. Magazine. 10p., 8x10.75 inches, event order forms, ads, listings, photos, services and resources, lightly-worn guide/supplement to OUT/NY '94 in stapled white pictorial wraps. A Project of DIFFA/Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Out Magazine.

$12.00

The quest, against vaccination and cruel vivisection, July 1926.  Vol. 1, no. 2
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The quest, against vaccination and cruel vivisection, July 1926. Vol. 1, no. 2

By [Siegfried, Louis, ed.]

Brooklyn: The Quest Press, 1926. Magazine. 24p., wraps slightly stained, minor creasing else good condition, 6x8.75 inches. Siegfried was a Brooklyn Chiropractor, the magazine is vehemently anti-vaccination with a secondary focus on animal rights.

$45.00

Harlem heart beat [poetry broadside]
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Harlem heart beat [poetry broadside]

By Bartee, Rich; Jemel Carma

New York: Cross City" / Gospel Gold Productions, 1983. 11x17 inch broadside, horizontal fold crease, stains at edge. Not found in OCLC as of May 2019. "Starting with the arts, everybody doing their parts / everybody getting protection from the 'spiritual connection' / movin' in a positive direction, striving for perfection / There is a beat, that can't be beat, in the heart of Harlem...

$45.00

Infancia en Nueva York [Spanish-language edition of The Children]
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Infancia en Nueva York [Spanish-language edition of The Children]

By Fast, Howard

Buenos Aires: Siglo Veinte, 1955. 255p., paperback, clerical edges midly worn, pages untrimmed and uncut. During his blacklisted period, Fast relied to some degree on income from overseas translations of his books.

$12.00

Free Space Alternate U. Catalog #13
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Free Space Alternate U. Catalog #13

New York: Come! Unity Press, 1975. Single sheet folded to make 8-panel brochure, 4x11 inches, red and black anarcho-syndicalist flag on front. Catalog of classes offered at the Free Space of Hunter College. Courses include workshop in the theory of Anarchy, Marxist economics, radical transportation innovations in NYC, and meetings of The People's Church, "a radical gay Christian fellowship affiliated with the Syro-Chaldean Community of the Love of Christ." Last page is an ad for the Mutual Aid Employment Agency.

$12.00

Moshe Safdie, Architect. Reprint from Architecture of Israel VIII
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Moshe Safdie, Architect. Reprint from Architecture of Israel VIII

no city, Israel: Native Stone, 1992. Paperback. 88p., glossy coated paperstock throughout with color photos of designs built, models envisioned, sites and interiors. English-language exclusively. Softbound in 12x9.5 inch frenchfold color wraps; titlepage bears a small neat ownership and some ghostly seller's pencillings (hard to erase on glossy stock), otherwise faintest hints of handling and age, a very good copy.

$25.00

1938 Commerce Violet; The School of Commerce New York University 1938
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1938 Commerce Violet; The School of Commerce New York University 1938

New York: the University, 1938. 284p., glossy paperstock throughout much in the vein of lesser school yearbooks but ratcheted up to a Big Business production. Hardbound in massive 12.5x9 inch black cloth boards with pressed decoration and titling in raised bronze, doublespread photographic endsheets, running borders in purple ("violet") ink. Cover is badly frayed at top and tail of backstrip, but the book overall is is pretty good shape: sound hinges, no markings, no autographs or ownership. Laid in is an "In Memoriam" sheet with photo. Looking over lists of boardmen we see David Sarnoff (1931), Cass Canfield (33), a Roosevelt, and many names we should know but don't. There is no "Jokes" section, yet joking abounds. Yes, there is a Sports section, but one overshadowed by business emphasis and particular making-money groupings. Except in candid shots of dances and The Prom, women and men are separated; following the standard portrait vignettes of women students (a sizeable group, though there's way more men) find a dozen or so fullpage glamour photos of those ladies thought to be the most comely.

$35.00

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