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Lesbian Front: August 1976
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Lesbian Front: August 1976

By Vaughn, Joey & Christina Lundberg, editors

Jackson, MS: Lesbian Front, 1976. Single issue, eight 8.5x14 inch sheets stapled upper-left corner and with two-hole-punch, printed both sides. some wear otherwise good mimeographed and photocopied newsletter with Lesbian Voices mailing label and canceled stamps. It began in March 1975 as "The Unnamed Lesbian Newsletter". A lot of information on lesbian issues across the nation, a long list of information about sister publications.

$25.00

The Asian Peach: vol. 1, #3, August 1992
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The Asian Peach: vol. 1, #3, August 1992

By David, Mark, editor

Atlanta: Hwa Fong & Asians & Friends - Atlanta, 1992. 10p., 8.5x11 inches, very good newsletter on peach color stock. First two issues were apparently smaller, digest-format as the cover story points out the "new peach color and larger format" Gay Asians and others organization in Atlanta.

$15.00

Inward Light [five issues]
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Inward Light [five issues]

By Kotschnig, Elined Prys, editor; later Charles and Eleanor Perry

Washington DC; Bryn Mawr, PA: Inward Light, sponsored by the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology, 1987. Five issues of the publication, staplebound booklet format, occasional marginalia or handling soil. Numbers present are 68, 81, 97, 99 and 103. Cover of no. 68 depicts a stained glass window donated by people from Wales to the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, where four girls were killed in a bombing. "Inward Light seeks to be an organ of expression and intercommunication among those concerned with cultivating the inner life and relating it to the problems of our time." Coverage ranges from civil rights to the new interest in the Goddess and memories of Jung.

$35.00

White: the biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP
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White: the biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP

By Janken, Kenneth Robert

New York: The New Press, 2003. Hardcover. xvi, 477p., preface, notes, bibliography, index, b&w photo section very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj.

$20.00

Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959
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Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959

By Dunbar, Anthony P.

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1981. Hardcover. ix, 306p., illus.,very good condition in like dj.

$25.00

Isle of spice
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Isle of spice

By Oakes, David S.

Avery Island, LA: Jungle Gardens, n.d.. [12p.], staplebound booklet, light handling wear. Illustrated souvenir booklet from the Louisiana attraction, with text reprinted from a feature in Central Manufacturing District Magazine. Describes the birthplace of Tabasco sauce. Undated, but notes the nutria farm, which was established in 1938 and played a large role in the unfortunate release of this invasive rodent into North America.

$15.00

The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.; from \
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The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.; from "solo" to Memphis

By Garrow, David J.

New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1981. Hardcover. 320p., preface, afterword, notes, index, good later printing in quarter-cloth boards and clipped with chip at head of spinedj.

$15.00

Race and rumors of race; challenge to American crisis
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Race and rumors of race; challenge to American crisis

By Odum, Howard W.

Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1943. x, 245p., hardcover in an edgeworn dj, personal bookplate. On the impact of African American servicemen in the South.

$12.00

Ramparts, vol. 4, no.2, June 1965 The south at war; five battles of Selma
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Ramparts, vol. 4, no.2, June 1965 The south at war; five battles of Selma

By Hinckle, Warren and David Welsh

Menlo Park, CA: The Layman's Press, 1965. Magazine. 36p. illus. report in the 64p. magazine, wraps slightly worn and soiled, pencil notation on first pahge, else very good condition. "A special report on the Civil War Today." Five Battles of Selma include "Battle of the Bridge, Show of Force, The Infiltration, Charge of the Bible Brigade and The Shadow Brigade.

$20.00

Ramparts Vol. 3 # 5, Jan-Feb 1965
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Ramparts Vol. 3 # 5, Jan-Feb 1965

By Keating, Edward M., editor in chief

Menlo Park, CA: The Layman's Press, 1965. Magazine. 62p., wraps, illus., 9 x 12 inches, wraps slightly worn and soiled, else very good condition. The magazine in its original incarnation as a Catholic literary quarterly. Cover story on the Vietnam war with an interview with senator Frank Church.

$25.00

Southern roads/city pavements: photographs of black Americans [with] Open Forum / Currents in Black America and the Importance of Photodocumentation / in collaboration with / Southern Roads and City Pavements Photographioc Exhibition by Roland Freemen. Sunday November 15, 1981, 3:00-5:00, James Moore Theatre The Oakland Museum
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Southern roads/city pavements: photographs of black Americans [with] Open Forum / Currents in Black America and the Importance of Photodocumentation / in collaboration with / Southern Roads and City Pavements Photographioc Exhibition by Roland Freemen. Sunday November 15, 1981, 3:00-5:00, James Moore Theatre The Oakland Museum

By Freeman, Roland L. ; association with Alice Walker, Raye Richardson, Fran Ortiz, Ted Pontiflet

New York [and] Oakland: International Center of Photography [&] Black Programs Committee, 1981. Pamphlet. 24p., softbound, 8x7.5 inch photodecorated stapled wraps. Exhibition catalogue : preface, introduction, chronology, b&w photos (15) from work by the African American photographer, Most reproductions vignette-size (small) save for the 4.7x7 inch cover showing the gal in the amazing hat. Item is bent along one margin (careless storage) and sun-faded along side opposite. As is, good-only/. Laid in is a single marigold copyshop leaf announcing the "Open Forum," it is creased at corner-tips, otherwise quite good; it names the celebrity participants, the donors, the sponsors, consultants, Black Program committee members (long list), volunteers (v.long list), and special thank-you's. Freeman grew up in Baltimore and became a member the street gang The Young Bloods.

$25.00

75 years of struggle! the life of Nanny Washburn
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75 years of struggle! the life of Nanny Washburn

By [October League (Marxist-Leninist) and Leah (Nanny) Washburn]

Chicago: Liberator Press, 1975. Pamphlet. 22p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, toned at spine, else very good. Short biography of, plus mostly oral transcription from, the Georgia-born radical activist.

$12.00

This Nonviolent Stuff\'ll Get You Killed: how guns made the Civil Rights Movement possible
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This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed: how guns made the Civil Rights Movement possible

By Cobb, Charles E., Jr.

New York: Basic Books, 2014. Hardcover. xiii, 294p., author's note, introduction, afterword, notes, index, photos, very good first edition in boards and unclipped red and white dj.

$25.00

The Reds in Dixie; who are the Communists and what do they fight for in the South
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The Reds in Dixie; who are the Communists and what do they fight for in the South

By Johnson, Tom

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935. Pamphlet. 47p., wraps a bit worn, staples rusting else good condition, 4.75x6 inches. *Seidman J97. Includes sections on the Alabama mine strikes, Gorman's UTW Southern textile strikes, sharecropping, the Black Belt and other topics.

$50.00

Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #2; for gay women and men
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #2; for gay women and men

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1985. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #8; informing the Gay & Lesbian community since 1973
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #8; informing the Gay & Lesbian community since 1973

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1992. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #1; for gay women and men
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #1; for gay women and men

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1980. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

75 years of struggle! the life of Nanny Washburn
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75 years of struggle! the life of Nanny Washburn

By [October League (Marxist-Leninist) and Leah (Nanny) Washburn]

Chicago: Liberator Press, 1975. Pamphlet. 22p., wraps, minor creasing and wear else good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Short biography of, plus mostly oral transcription from, the Georgia-born radical activist.

$12.00

Here come a wind: Labor on the move; Special issue of Southern Exposure
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Here come a wind: Labor on the move; Special issue of Southern Exposure

By Finger, Bill, ed

Chapel Hill, NC: Institute for Southern Studies, 1979. 222p., mildly worn wraps, illus., 8.5x11 inches. Second printing, with a different cover but apparently identical contents.

$12.00

Southern Exposure. Volume IX no. 4 (Winter 1981) Working women: a handbook of resources, right, and remedies
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Southern Exposure. Volume IX no. 4 (Winter 1981) Working women: a handbook of resources, right, and remedies

Chapel Hill, NC: Institute for Southern Studies, 1981. 128p., single issue of the journal, mild handling wear.

$12.00

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