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Easy-to-Prepare Duck Delicacies
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Easy-to-Prepare Duck Delicacies

Eastport NY: Long Island Duck Farmers Cooperative, Inc, 1960. Unpaginated, about twenty pages, softbound, color exhibit photography throughout the recipes and hints, an 8x5 inch stapled pamphlet in very good clean shape. Laid in find two promotional sheets, folded, with a table of nutritional values compared to non-duck animals, and exhortations to eat duck. The Toklas priority, "First, strangle the duck; it makes their breasts rosy," is nowhere in evidence.

$12.00

New Age: An Independent Labor Newspaper; Dec. 1-15
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New Age: An Independent Labor Newspaper; Dec. 1-15

Buffalo, NY: New Age, 1970. Consists of a single 34 x 23 inch sheet folded in eighths, illus., worn and evenly toned, top corner wrinkled, "1970" written in pencil on front wrap else good condition on newsprint. The paper was published by "a group of working people here in the Buffalo area" and was unaffiliated with "any local or national group or organization" according to the publisher's note. Articles on local labor issues, the Black Panther Party's upcoming Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, Puerto Rican activism, Black Panther Party organizing at a GM plant in California, working class women, and more. Only 6 in OCLC as of 9/2019.

$30.00

Spark: a Marxist monthly. Vol. II, no. 4 (April 1948)
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Spark: a Marxist monthly. Vol. II, no. 4 (April 1948)

By Julia, Louis, I. Jacob [and] Martha Samuel, editorial board

Tremont Station, NY: P.R. Club, Communist Party (Expelled), 1948. 20p., mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, minor wear, evenly toned, horizontally creased else good condition. Journal published by the expelled members of the Bronx CP youth group, the Paul Robeson Club. This issue consists entirely of an open letter sent by expelled members of the Chapel Hill, North Carolina CP.

$25.00

Women\'s Voices: by and for Buffalo Women; Vol. 1 No. 2, Sept.-Oct. 1972
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Women's Voices: by and for Buffalo Women; Vol. 1 No. 2, Sept.-Oct. 1972

By Beutner, Gloria, Kay Buehler, Chris Dion, et al, editorial collective

Buffalo, NY: State University of New York at Buffalo, 1972. 15p., including covers, 8.25 x 11 inches, illus., evenly toned else very good condition on newsprint. Feminst essays and news about the Buffalo area.

$20.00

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

Women\'s Voices; Vol. 2 No. 3, Spring-Summer 1974
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Women's Voices; Vol. 2 No. 3, Spring-Summer 1974

By Beutner, Gloria, Vara Crawford, Rita Di LIberto, et al, editorial collective

Buffalo, NY: State University of New York at Buffalo, 1974. 30p., including covers, 8.25 x 11 inches, illus., evenly toned, 1/2 inch closed tear on page 5/6 else very good condition on newsprint. Feminist newspaper focusing on the Buffalo area. Special issue on women in the arts.

$20.00

For the could-be artist: a graphic arts manual. Including a resource guide to materials and services in the New York metropolitan area
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For the could-be artist: a graphic arts manual. Including a resource guide to materials and services in the New York metropolitan area

By Carvalho, Josely, et al.

New York: Artworks/The Silkscreen Project, 1980. 32p., staplebound pamphlet, very good, 8.5x11 inches. Guide to activist art production, including sections on silkscreening, printing banners, etc.

$40.00

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

Resident Alien: the New York diaries [signed]
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Resident Alien: the New York diaries [signed]

By Crisp, Quentin, edited with an introduction by Donald Carroll

Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 1997. Hardcover. 225p., personal inscription signed by Crisp, very good second printing Alyson edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped, lightly-worn dj with closed tears.

$25.00

New Women\'s Times: from the hometown of Susan B. Anthony; Special Election Issue
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New Women's Times: from the hometown of Susan B. Anthony; Special Election Issue

By Angelidis, Mary, Karen Caviglia, Debbie Drechser, Arlene Fanale, Donna LiPuma, Denise Orlando, Kathi Reminton [and] Maxine Sobel, staff

Rochester: New Women's Times, 1975. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid newspaper, reviews, news, interviews, services and resources, edgeworn and toned, pen scribble and a inch closed tear on front wrap, three ads circled in pen and a single line underlined within else good condition with address label of feminist newspaper Majority Report on rear wrap. Calendar of upcoming events laid in. Undated, with no volume or issue number, but refers to events which happened in 1975. Interviews with local candidates for city council, poetry, articles on menstruation and alternative healing techniques, Gloria Steinem's involvement with the CIA, Joan Little, and more.

$15.00

The Journal, Vol. 2, nos. 1 & 3, April & June 1971 [two issues] Rochester\'s Independent Newspaper
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The Journal, Vol. 2, nos. 1 & 3, April & June 1971 [two issues] Rochester's Independent Newspaper

By Everitt, Julie (ed.)

Rochester, NY: Options Open, Inc, 1971. Newspaper. two 16p. folded tabloids, illus., light toning and a bit of fraying, else good. Halfway between an underground and a liberal community newspaper, the headlines say it all: FBI files stolen, sent to Journal; Exclusive interview: Shirley Chisholm; Inside report on Paris peace talks; Can verdict save Genesee Valley Park?; Jim-Cor: Slumlord under attack!; Vets Against War forms in Rochester; Communes in Rochester; More FBI papers received; How City destroyed Maplewood Park; Special supplement on Welfare. Relatively few ads, but of those few, two are for competing water bed stores.

$18.00

Bilingualism in the barrio (the measurement and description of language dominance in bilinguals) [a pair, complete]
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Bilingualism in the barrio (the measurement and description of language dominance in bilinguals) [a pair, complete]

By Fishman, Joshua A., Robert . Copper, Roxana Ma, et. al

Washington: U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, Bureau of Research, 1968. Two volumes in matched bindings, 1209 pages divided equally, text reproduced smallpoint from typescript and printed rectos only. Hardbound in thick plain untilitarian cardstock boards and spine-titled maroon cloth backstrips. An enormous pair, very heavy. Titlepages and text edges show a little foxing, most pronounced upon the bottom edge of v.2, an otherwise clean sound unmarked set, complete as issued. This final report on a HEW research contract primarily concerns Puerto Ricans in New York. NB, one paper discusses Yiddish as the second language.

$125.00

Hanging Loose 14, May 1971
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Hanging Loose 14, May 1971

By Hershon, Robert, Emmett Jarrett, Dick Lourie, Miguel Ortiz, Ron Schreiber, editors listed alpha

Trumansburg NY / Brooklyn: Hanging Judge Press / Hanging Loose, 1971. unbound. 68p., keyboard-set texts, in format a loose-leaved poetry journal (hence title); the small size of these unbound leaves (8.5x5.5 inches) makes item fairly easy to handle, and the subscription price affordable --one year costs $2.50 but it's going up to $4. Content is sophisticated; amongst twenty or so contributors a few with reputations: Marge Piercy, John Oliver Simon and Al Young. Paperstock has toned slightly, we see a couple dog ears, good copies enclosed in a printed envelope decorated with reproduction of a drawing of musicians, done by Paul Alexander; Alexander's comments on this image are scribbled in holograph on the back of this envelope, which is ratty and stained. Published four times each year; contributing editor, Denise Levertov.

$15.00

Unicorn [4 issues] Vol. II, No. 1, 2, 3, and Vol. III, No. 1; (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute humor magazine)
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Unicorn [4 issues] Vol. II, No. 1, 2, 3, and Vol. III, No. 1; (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute humor magazine)

By LeClair, Lee, Gary Jaspersohn, Mary T. Martin (eds.)

Troy, NY: Unicorn, 1973. Magazine. 44p., 36p., 44p., 44p., 8.5x11 inches, illus., stapled magazines with coated stock, some rust to staples, a couple of loose pages, but issues complete. Some wear to issues, a stain or two, decent reading copies. A classic college humor magazine, though in this case for the "Tute" (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), which guarantees slide rule humor, math humor, engineering student humor, and Upstate New York humor. Photo comics (fumetti) in the vein of National Lampoon about nerds trying to date college co-eds. Also loads of comic strips by would-be cartoonists doomed to never sell professionally.

$25.00

The Latino Review of Books: A Publication for Critical Thought and Dialogue; Volume 2 Number 3, Winter 1996-97
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The Latino Review of Books: A Publication for Critical Thought and Dialogue; Volume 2 Number 3, Winter 1996-97

By Acosta-Belen, Edna [and] Carlos E. Santiago, editors

Albany, NY: State University of New York at Albany Center for Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies, 1997. Magazine. 64p., 8.25 x 10.75 inches, very good condition in glossy stapled wraps.

$12.00

The Latino Review of Books: A Publication for Critical Thought and Dialogue; Volume 2 Number 1, Spring 1996
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The Latino Review of Books: A Publication for Critical Thought and Dialogue; Volume 2 Number 1, Spring 1996

By Acosta-Belen, Edna [and] Carlos E. Santiago, editors

Albany, NY: State University of New York at Albany Center for Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies, 1996. Magazine. 52p., 8.25 x 10.75 inches, very good condition in glossy stapled wraps.

$12.00

This best possible world
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This best possible world

By Hackenburg, Frederick L.

New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1934. Hardcover. 310p., spine label slightly worn else very good condition, first edition, lacks jacket. "A tale of four New York legislators, by a judge and former member of the legislature." *Hanna 1524.

$30.00

Week-end
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Week-end

By Brackett, Charles

New York: Robert M. McBridge & Company, 1925. Hardcover. 157p., minor edge wear else very good condition, first edition, lacks jacket. *Hanna 406.

$45.00

Stories from el barrio
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Stories from el barrio

By Thomas, Piri

[Berkeley?]: n. pub, 1978. 70p. printed one side only, 8.5x11 inches, very good in orange spiral-bound covers with black comb spine and clear mylar front cover. Appears to be an early draft of the Knopf version of the stories by the Puerto Rican activist/author, with a ninth story (only eight appeared in the published version). There is a somewhat different introduction, a different dedication, and textual differences throughout.

$45.00

MACT Position Paper [handbill] second printing 12/12/90
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MACT Position Paper [handbill] second printing 12/12/90

New York: Men of All Colors Together NY, 1990. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet printed one side, very good. Five point explanation of MACT and Multiculturalism.

$12.00

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