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Queen\'s 3rd Annual Lesbian & Gay Pride & Multi-cultural Festival: Pride! from Silence to celebration, Pride Guide, Sunday June 4, 1995
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Queen's 3rd Annual Lesbian & Gay Pride & Multi-cultural Festival: Pride! from Silence to celebration, Pride Guide, Sunday June 4, 1995

Jackson Heights, Queens, NY: Queen's Lesbian & Gay Pride Committee, 1995. Magazine. 20p. includes covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, event schedule, sponsors, ads, services and resources, pink line of order sheet laid-in, closed teat at spine fold otherwise good program booklet in pastebound newsprint wraps.

$25.00

Palante; Latin revolutionary news service, Young Lords Party, vol. 2 no. 7 [Facsimile REPRINT with broadside from the Museo del Barrio]
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Palante; Latin revolutionary news service, Young Lords Party, vol. 2 no. 7 [Facsimile REPRINT with broadside from the Museo del Barrio]

New York: Museo del Barrio, 2015. Facsimile reprint of the entire tabloid format newspaper, apparently produced for the 2015 exhibit "Presente! The Young Lords in New York." Laid in is a broadside on newsprint, with an overview of the exhibit.

$20.00

Towards Socialism [six issues]
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Towards Socialism [six issues]

By Franklin, Francis; editor

New York: Bill Haywood Communist Club of Illegally Expelled Members, 1949. Six issues of the mimeographed publication, put out by Franklin and others who had been expelled from the Communist Party for criticizing leadership in unwelcome ways. All are 8.5x14 inches, stapled at upper left corner; 6 to 26 pages per issue. Numbers present are 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12. No. 4 has an unevenly toned cover sheet; otherwise the issues are generally evenly toned, with a horizontal fold, occasional minor marginalia. These issues include statements of self-defense by expelled members, criticism of trends in the Party, and more general pieces on the trade union movement, etc. The authors still saw the Communist Party as theirs, and hoped to purge it of "liquidators, bureaucrats, Trotskyites, real pseudo-'Leftists,' and all other disruptive and anti-Party elements in the leadership and among the memebrship...

$125.00

[Collection of reports from a 1937 convention]
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[Collection of reports from a 1937 convention]

By [Communist Party, New York]

New York: CPUSA, 1937. 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets, hole-punched at left margin, held together with two brads; the two top sheets are loose but present, as is the last sheet. Contents include: Report Given by Sam Brown (24 pages); Report Given by Bob Hall - Organizational Secretary (10 pages); Report Given by Comrade Horton, "Communist Party Policy on an American Peace Program" (dated 7/23/37, 11 pages); Report Given by Comrade Mellon - Report of Comrade Lewis Mellon on Legislation (Educational Director of Section 24, 16 pages); Report given by Barbara Saunders (3 pages); Report of Comrade Nellie Evans - Trade Union Director, Section 24 (6 pages); Report of Comrade Kehoe of Branch 5 (3 pages); Report of Comrade Becker, 36S and Section Shop Paper Committee (6 pages); and then a section containing resolutions, including Resolution on Education, four Resolutions on Anti-War Activities, Party Building, Women's work, Youth, Literature, Resolution on Scottsboro, Resolution on Trotskyism, and a few others, including a resolution to collect these materials and have them mimeographed for the membership. Much discussion of local organizing.

$95.00

Gaysweek: #59, April 3, 1978; Some Things About Michael [Giametta]
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Gaysweek: #59, April 3, 1978; Some Things About Michael [Giametta]

By Bell, Alan, editor, Charles G. Kast, Robert Chesley, Gary Carey, et al.

New York: New York Gay News, 1978. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, news, reviews, resources, events, opinion, ads , lightly-worn, stainedat folds, toning.

$15.00

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

No problem. The story of Father Raymond McVey and Unity Acres, a Catholic Worker house
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No problem. The story of Father Raymond McVey and Unity Acres, a Catholic Worker house

By Wagner, Geraldine Baron

Lacona, NY: Eastern Shore Publishing, 1998. Paperback. xxvii, 231, [x]p., wraps, very good condition.

$15.00

The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]
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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]

By [Rodriguez, Spain and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid, evenly toned, illus., mailing label overlaps cover logo, a few small closed tears, else very good. Thinner than usual issue, BUT collosal centerspread by Spain: "The Rape of the Toe Queen". Also: Full-page art by Kim Deitch presenting a "magic disk" mandala to cut-out and mount on cardboard, cut slits in, and spin before a mirror looking through slits. Remainder is the usual EVO columnists yakking on film, politics, music, and politics. Issue was published missing both issue number and date. Date estimate based on ads inside.

$40.00

New York City Star. [three issues: Aug. 1973, Nov. 1974, Dec. 1974]
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New York City Star. [three issues: Aug. 1973, Nov. 1974, Dec. 1974]

New York: Hard Rain, Inc, 1973. Newspaper. 20p., 20p., 24p., folded tabloids, illus., pages toned, some small chips and tears, else good. This largely political undergound paper was the successor to the Liberated Guardian, itself a split from the Guardian, the new left newspaper of record. At this point, the staff collective had transformed the paper into a local NY community paper with a radical edge.

$35.00

The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 34, July 26, 1968
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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 34, July 26, 1968

By [Rodriguez, Spain, Vaughn Bode, and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, evenly toned, illus., mailing label overlaps cover logo, a few small closed tears, pages folded askew, else very good. Cover is arty photo of young woman getting groped on date in movie theater. Issue most notable for full-page comix by Kim Deitch ("Blue Bird Comics"), Spain ("Trashman"), and most notably a centerspread reprinting pages 9-16 of Vaughn Bode's "Junkwaffel Papers." Other material includes review of book on secret societies, usual film, music, art columns, and ads of the era.

$35.00

Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; \
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Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; "What You Do Is News

By Long Island Collective

Westbury, NY: Long Island Collective, 1972. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., toned, chipped and dog-eared at top right corners, else good. Newspaper published for Nassau and Suffolk counties by a collective of workers for workers. Material on the "newly-formed Eastern Farm Workers Association", the Attica Brigade, West Virginia mining disaster, inflation, etc. A hybrid between a radical political paper and an underground paper.

$15.00

The trouble maker
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The trouble maker

By Eastman, Edward Roe

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925. 315p., very good hardcover in edge-chipped dustjacket. "On the New York milk strike of 1916 and the formation of the Dairymen's League." *Hanna 1060.

$35.00

The Glines presentsGraham Jackson\'s Marriage a la Mode & Victor Bumbalo\'s Kitchen Duty [playbill] September 13 - October 7, 1979 at the Courtyard Playhouse
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The Glines presentsGraham Jackson's Marriage a la Mode & Victor Bumbalo's Kitchen Duty [playbill] September 13 - October 7, 1979 at the Courtyard Playhouse

By Jackson, Graham & Victor Bumbalo

New York: The Glines, 1979. Four-panel program, 5.5x8.5 inches, cast and crew bios, playbill, staff and support, worn folded program with wrinkling and toning at folds. Early Glines program. The non-profit formed in 1976.

$25.00

The Fone Book: vol. 2, #11, December 1991; Hot! 1992 Calendar preview
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The Fone Book: vol. 2, #11, December 1991; Hot! 1992 Calendar preview

[New York]: Parlee Entertainment Magazine of America, Inc, 1992. Magazine. 20p. includes covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, bar listings for Tri-State area of NY/NJ, phone sex ads, article on upcoming gay calendar releases, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Issued as a supplement to "Parlee Plus

$15.00

The Joseph Papp Public Theater hosts the Eighth Annual New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival June 6 - 16, 1996
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The Joseph Papp Public Theater hosts the Eighth Annual New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival June 6 - 16, 1996

New York: NY Lesbian & Gay Film Festival/Public Theater, 1996. Magazine. 70p., 8x10.5 inches, film descriptions, stills, schedule, ads, very good program booklet in stapled black and blue pictorial wraps.

$15.00

The East Village Other; Vol.4, No.10, Feb. 7, 1969
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The East Village Other; Vol.4, No.10, Feb. 7, 1969

By [Deitch, Kim and Roger Brand] et al.

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1969. Newspaper. 32 p., folded tabloid, 11.5 x 16.5 inches, illus., evenly toned, a few mini closed tears, a flattened dog ear or two, otherwise very good. Cover is unsigned fantastical landscape possibly by Joel Beck, while back cover is full-page cartoon ad by John Thompson for Douglas Records featuring Lenin and Jefferson shaking hands. Inside: 3-page transcript of discussion between Paul Krassner, Jerry Rubin, and EVO editors on legal woes, full-page comic by Kim Deitch ("Lightnin' comics, starring Alexander the boy with the Radio eyes") and full page Roger Brand "Strawbrick" comic with much nudity. Plus several pages of cultural reviews and 9 pages of sex ads (a new record).

$25.00

The alarm clock, poems
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The alarm clock, poems

By Kramer, Aaron

[Bensonhurst?]: Branches 25 and 134 of the International Workers Order and the Young Communist League of Bensonhurst, 1938. Pamphlet. 48p., wraps with clerical edges slightly worn, lengthy pen notation on inner front wrap (outline of Kramer's life), else very good condition, first edition, Kramer's first separate publication. Introduction by Mary Mack of The Sunday Worker. Proletarian poetry, Kramer was 16 years old at the time of publication.

$20.00

The alarm clock, poems
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The alarm clock, poems

By Kramer, Aaron

[Bensonhurst?]: Branches 25 and 134 of the International Workers Order and the Young Communist League of Bensonhurst, 1938. Pamphlet. 48p., wraps with clerical edges slightly worn, else very good condition, first edition, Kramer's first separate publication. Inscribed "To Kitty, in memory of a delightful summer. And, incidentally, I promise the next book will be better" and signed by Kramer. Introduction by Mary Mack of The Sunday Worker. Proletarian poetry, Kramer was 16 years old at the time of publication.

$40.00

Stanwood Productions presents musical comedy hit . . .  \
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Stanwood Productions presents musical comedy hit . . . "I Do I Do" [sic] a chronicle of a marriage starring Dennis Wood and Cynthia Geller a benefit performance for the Fifth Avenue Committee

By [Jones, Tom & Harvey Schmidt]

New York: Fifth Avenue Committee, 1978. [8p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, cast, crew, bios of the two principals and musicians, lightly-used playbill on light blue stock. FAC is an organization dedicated to affordable housing, workforce placement, adult education etc. Incorporated in 1978. This was a program to raise funds. The names of the authors of the musical (correct title is: "I Do! I Do!") were not printed but the director/star/producer Dennis Wood is quite prominent and repeated.

$15.00

To save China, to save ourselves; the Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance of New York
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To save China, to save ourselves; the Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance of New York

By Yu, Renqiu

Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1992. x, 253p., paperback, light shelfwear. Asian American history and culture.

$12.00

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