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The Movement, Vol.3, No.2, February 1967
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The Movement, Vol.3, No.2, February 1967

By Blum, Joseph [ed.]

San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1967. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., some toning, a bit of chipping at spine-fold, a couple of small closed tears, otherwise very good. Left political underground paper associated with SNCC and published for national readership. This issue features cover-headlined lengthy interview with Stokely Carmichael upon his return from a trip to Puerto Rico, also: Texas farm workers strike, "Negroes in Early California," community organizer's notebook, S.F. public housing rent strike, etc.

$20.00

The Calendar: vol. 1, #7, Jan. 4, 1982
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The Calendar: vol. 1, #7, Jan. 4, 1982

By Stevens, Michael, editor and publisher

San Antonio: The Calendar, 1982. 6p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, news, events, listings, services and resources, local ads, horizontal fold crease otherwise good newsletter on tan stock. Cover story on Elf Louise fundraiser for Christmas gifts to needy children by LGBT groups. Gay local events newsletter for SA Texas.

$12.00

Asians & Friends Dallas: vol. 2, #7, August 1992
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Asians & Friends Dallas: vol. 2, #7, August 1992

By Pielsticker, John, editor

Dallas: AFD, 1992. 12p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, news, reports, event calendar, services and resources, photos, ads, very good LGBTQ & Asian American newlsetter.

$15.00

Rudy Lozano: his life, his people
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Rudy Lozano: his life, his people

By [Lozano, Rudy]

Chicago: Taller de Estudios Comunitarios, 1985. Paperback. 126p., wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, wraps slightly worn, gift inscription from Mancor Roya with the note "if you look well in this book you will find me in one of the pages", else very good condition. Texas-born Lozano became a prominent progressive Chicano politician in Chicago before his assassination in 1984.

$35.00

Get there any way you can... but get there! Come to the 11th Young Socialist National Convention in Houston [poster]
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Get there any way you can... but get there! Come to the 11th Young Socialist National Convention in Houston [poster]

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1971. 17x22 inch poster, some edgewear, minor edge stain.

$50.00

Border Trails: Ricardo Flores Magon and the Mexican Liberals
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Border Trails: Ricardo Flores Magon and the Mexican Liberals

By Langham, Thomas C.

El Paso: Texas Western Press, University of Texas, 1981. 74p., 6x9 inches, frontis-portrait, references, very good first edition monograph booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Southwestern Studies Monograph #65.

$20.00

Lay Down the Law
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Lay Down the Law

By Taite, Carsen

Valley Falls: Bold Strokes, 2015. Paperback. 253p., very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Lone Star Law series. Lesbian federal prosecutor in Texas.

$11.00

America\'s Aging Workforce, A Travelers Symposium. A Monograph of Proceedings from a Leadership Symposium, Houston, Texas February 26-28, 1986
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America's Aging Workforce, A Travelers Symposium. A Monograph of Proceedings from a Leadership Symposium, Houston, Texas February 26-28, 1986

Hartford CT: The Travelers Company, 1986. Paperback. 86p., softbound, 9x5.5 inch paperback printed on alkaline glazed paperstock, chapter heads and captions rubricated throughout, an expensive production in very good condition: sound, clean, unmarked. Laid in is a two-page News Release on Travelers letterhead announcing the release of this very booklet.

$15.00

Stop exploiting GIs!! Boycott Tyrell\'s [handbill]
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Stop exploiting GIs!! Boycott Tyrell's [handbill]

Killeen, TX: Spring Offensive Committee, 1971. 8.5x14 inch handbill, with photo of marchers carrying a boycott sign. Stapled to the leaflet is a handwritten letter from one of the organizers, describing recent events in the campaign. Penciled note at bottom, "From Spring Offensive Committee, Killeen, Texas July 1971." Accuses the local jewelry store chain, with branches in Army towns, of running a rip-off scheme with two years of payments. "And that's exactly what the army wants! As long as we are in debt, they can keep us in their grip, and stop us from fighting their harassment, their lies, and their war.

$25.00

The Great Southwest Strike
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The Great Southwest Strike

By Allen, Ruth Alice

Austin: The University of Texas, 1942. 174p., paperback, wraps toned and lightly worn. The University of Texas Publication, no. 4214. April 8, 1942.

$40.00

The Long Trail
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The Long Trail

By Hayes, Penny

Tallahassee: Naiad Press, 1986. Paperback. 232p., very good first edition trade paperback original in yellow pictorial wraps. Western Lesbiana set in 1869 Starcross, Texas.

$12.00

We Pointed Them North; Recollections of a Cowpuncher. Edited by Ron Tyler
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We Pointed Them North; Recollections of a Cowpuncher. Edited by Ron Tyler

By Abbott, E.C. "Teddy Blue", and Helena Huntington Smith. Ron Tyler, editor

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, 1991. Hardcover. lxx, 378, plus publisher's ads through 385p.; illustrated as in earlier editions with additional images, several in color, and a good little map in colors. Small hardbound in the usual neat Lakeside format, 6.8x4.2 inch brown cloth boards gilt, top edge gilded, clean, sound, unmarked, faintest signs of any age or handling, a near-fine copy. The Lakeside Press.

$20.00

Occupational change among Spanish-Americans in Atacosa County and San Antonio, Texas
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Occupational change among Spanish-Americans in Atacosa County and San Antonio, Texas

By Skrabanek, R. L. and Avra Rapton

College Station: Texas A&M University, 1966. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.

$30.00

Goodbye to All That: a lesbian feminist publication; vol. 3, #8 September 1977;Last issue
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Goodbye to All That: a lesbian feminist publication; vol. 3, #8 September 1977;Last issue

By Milner, Robin, Katleen Coyne et al.

Austin: Austin Lesbian Organization/GTAT, 1977. 12p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, news, illustrations, lightly-toned, good newsletter of folded, nested sheets.

$150.00

Boycott Farah pants / Viva la huelga [pinback button]
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Boycott Farah pants / Viva la huelga [pinback button]

[California]: n.p., 1973. 1.5 inch diameter pin, woman with raised fist, black text on mustard background. Very good.

$20.00

A Cry From Hell. For additional copies write: Rev. J.C. Hibbard, P.O. Box 2248, Dallas, Texas
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A Cry From Hell. For additional copies write: Rev. J.C. Hibbard, P.O. Box 2248, Dallas, Texas

By Hibbard, Nell B.

Dallas: Gospel Lighthouse Church, 1966. Pamphlet. 34p., illustrated with vignette photoportraits of author and her husband and two scary cartoons, pamphlet in stapled 8.5x5.5 inch decorated wraps. Shows some mild crimping near spinefold and along top margin of entire text (careless storage, most likely) but clean and sound, a good to very good copy.

$20.00

Mexican American Education in Texas: a function of wealth report 4: Mexican American education study
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Mexican American Education in Texas: a function of wealth report 4: Mexican American education study

Washington DC: US Commission on Civil Rights, 1972. Paperback. 53p., 7.75x10.25 inches, preface, introduction, appendices, illustrations, ownership name otherwise a very good booklet in lightly-rubbed black decorative wraps.

$25.00

¡Mira! the Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour III 1988-1989
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¡Mira! the Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour III 1988-1989

By Torruella Leval, Susana, Ricardo Pau-Llosa & Inverna Lockpez, curators

Dallas: Meadows Museum & Gallery, 1988. Paperback. 79p., 8.5x11 inches, introductory essays, illustrated with color plates of the works, biographical sketches of the artists, very good first edition trade paperback exhibition catalogue in black pictorial wraps. Twenty-nine Hispanic American artists from South and Central America, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico etc.

$35.00

Tenth Annual State Conference on Hispanic Genealogy and History [brochure] - cover title: Come to Houston October 6-8, 1989 for a weekend of Hispanic genealogy & history! speakers! displays! books!
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Tenth Annual State Conference on Hispanic Genealogy and History [brochure] - cover title: Come to Houston October 6-8, 1989 for a weekend of Hispanic genealogy & history! speakers! displays! books!

Houston: Hispanic Genealogical Society, 1989. 8-panel folded brochure, 3.5x8.5 inches, list of speakers, registration and location information, program. application, white stock, very good.

$11.00

Fables & Transfigurations poems
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Fables & Transfigurations poems

By McCord, Howard

San Francisco: Kayak Press, 1967. 52p., 6.25x9 inches, poems, illustrations, mild toning and wear, first edition chapbook limited to 400 copies designed and printed bt George Hitchcock, stapled faux blue denim wraps, rusted staples. The Texas-raised poet's fifth book. There is an earlier, unseen self-published private edition from 1965. This is the first trade edition. McCord was instrumental (along with Allen Ginsberg) in bringing to light the Hungry Generation poets of India.

$12.00

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