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Black warrior's curse

by Harless, Joe H.

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2005
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Baltimore: Publish America, 2005. Paperback. 213p., wraps, first printing stated, very good condition, inscribed & signed on the title page "To Frank & Karen, May we never have to live through such times as these again, Joe Harless" European American author's loosely autobiographical novel on the civil rights struggle in the1960s, set along the Black Warrior River in Alabama.… Read more
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image of Thesis and Resolutions for the Seventh National Convention of the Communist Party of USA, by the Central Committee Plenum, March 31-April 4, 1930

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New York: the Committee, 1930. Paperback. 95p., very good in wraps, small pen notation on front wrapper. *Seidman C396. Includes a section on tasks of the Party in the South.
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The Southern Political Novel in the Twentieth Century

by Carmichael Jr., John Leslie

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Published
1980
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Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1980. Paperback. 371p.,authorized facsimile produced by microfilm-xerograph, wraps slightly shelfworn, else in very good condition. The University of Alabama, Ph.D., 1972, Political Science, general.
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Time longer than rope: a century of African American activism, 1850-1950

by Payne, Charles M. and Adam Green

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Published
2003
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9780814767030
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New York: New York University Press, 2003. Paperback. vii, 584p., old price sticker on rear wrap, previous owner's name penned on verso of front wrap else very good condition; first wraps printing. Focuses on activists' efforts in the south, including Henry T. Moore's efforts in Florida.
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Atlanta: Southern Regional Council, 1961. Pamphlet. 22p. staplebound pamphlet, very good. "The first of a series of employment studies in southern cities." Based on a survey by Art Gallaher, Jr. at the University of Houston.
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Travis Somerville: Dedicated to the Proposition...

by Somerville, Travis; introduction by Meg Linton

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Published
2010
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9780930209193
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Los Angeles: Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, 2010. Paperback. 60p., wraps, 8.5x10.25 inches, profusely illus., very good exhibition catalog; signed and inscribed by Somerville on the title page. Somerville, who is white, was raised by civil rights activist parents in the South. His work comments on America's history of racism and white supremacy as seen… Read more
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Elska magazine issue (34) Atlanta, Georgia

by Campbell, Liam, editor and photographer

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Published
2021
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Pawtucket, RI: Elska Magazine, 2021. Paperback. [196p] 6.75x9.5 inches, erotic nude and semi-nude color photos of young gay men, photos of the men in Atlanta, stories, attractive homophile magazine in trade paperback format, pictorial color Frenchfold wraps.
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Meet the Press: America's Press Conference of the Air [transcript pamphlet] vol. 1, #43, Sunday October 27, 1957: Guest: Carl Sandburg

by Sandburg, Carl, Lawrence E. Spivak, Marquis Childs, Pauline Frederick, George Harris, Ned Brooks, moderator

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Published
1957
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Washington DC: NBC: National Broadcasting Co, 1957. Pamphlet. 7p., 6x9 inches, transcript of the program, very good pamphlet in stapled white printed wraps. The panel touches on Little Rock and "the Negro problem
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image of Tristan de Luna, Conquistador of the Old South. A Study of Spanish Imperial Strategy

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Philadelphia: Porcupine Press Inc, 1980. Hardcover. Reprint of the Clark issue of 1936: 215p., furnished with a single document, a b&w facsimile, bound in for a frontispiece. Hardcover in olive drab cloth boards gilt. A small sticker scar may be found (it is unobtrusive) to pastedown, and textblock edges are heavily foxed (no foxing any other spot), else good… Read more
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n. pl: Proletarian Publishers, [197-]. Paperback. 40, [19]p., mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at left, minor edgewear, generally very good. Analysis of economic, ethnic, and other regional factors.
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image of San Francisco Express Times, vol. 1, #37, October 2, 1968: We Are America's Children and We Are Everywhere!

San Francisco Express Times, vol. 1, #37, October 2, 1968: We Are America's Children and We Are Everywhere!

by Garson, Marvin, editor, R. Cobb, Frank Cieciorka, Ellen Estrin, Todd Gitlin, Wayne Collins, Robby Stern, Frank Bardacke, Marjorie Heins, Sandy Darlington, et al.

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Published
1968
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San Francisco: The Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, articles, photos, events, actions, comix, psychedelia, folded else very good on newsprint. The Express Times was S.F.'s main political underground paper. Cover story Hippies for Wallace. Kentucky "hippies" support George Wallace. Sex Panic of 1969. Sieze a building? Snap your fingers!
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The Barb: the news monthly for Southern Gays; vol. 2, #10, November 1975: Roger Daltry in "Lisztomania

by Smith, W. E. (Bill) Jr., editor, Roger Daltrey, Joey Lord, Gibson W. Higgins, Tiffany Lane, Steve Warren, Peter Thomas, Phyllis Killer, et al.

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Published
1975
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Atlanta: WESJR Enterprises, 1975. Newspaper. 20p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, news, events, reviews, services and resources, lightly-worn and toned on newsprint. Warren on the Ken Russell movie starring Who? Flossie Florida Report; short notes on Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood & Miami etc.The paper covered gay interest stories from Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, New Orleans, Texas and more.
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The Barb: the news monthly for Southern Gays; vol. 2, #8, September 1975: Burt Reynolds Visits Atlanta

by Smith, W. E. (Bill) Jr., editor, Burt Reynolds, Jim Wickliff, Frank Dale, Peter Thomas, Phyllis Killer, et al.

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Published
1975
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Atlanta: WESJR Enterprises, 1975. Newspaper. 16p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, news, events, reviews, services and resources, lightly-worn and toned on newsprint. NYC Bill introduced to make the Pink Triangle the symbol for Gay Pride. Flossie Florida Report; short notes on Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood & Miami etc.The paper covered gay interest stories from Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, New Orleans, Texas… Read more
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The disinherited speak, letters from sharecroppers [cover title]

by [Southern Tenant Farmers' Union]

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Published
1937
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New York: Workers Defense League for the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, 1937. Pamphlet. 29p., wraps, paper browned else good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Most of the letters are from tenant farmers in Arkansas. Caption title: Life on the plantations.
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image of Light along "Tobacco Road." A description of the sharecroppers in the Cotton States and a discussion of the methods suggested for the alleviation of the situation

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Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1937. Pamphlet. 17, [i]p., wraps, minor rust mark on front wrap else very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches.
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The Barb: the news monthly for Southern Gays; vol. 2, #6, July 1975

by Smith, W. E. (Bill) Jr., editor, Marty Cochrane, Gibson W. Higgins, Peter Thomas, Phyllis Killer, et al.

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1975
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Atlanta: WESJR Enterprises, 1975. Newspaper. 16p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, news, events, reviews, services and resources, lightly-worn and toned on newsprint. Rain Dampens NYC Gay Pride parade. Flossie Florida Report; short notes on Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood & Miami etc.The paper covered gay interest stories from Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, New Orleans, Texas and more.
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image of The Barb: the news monthly for Southern Gays; vol. 2, #11, December 1975: Holiday Issue; Matlovich cover photo

The Barb: the news monthly for Southern Gays; vol. 2, #11, December 1975: Holiday Issue; Matlovich cover photo

by Smith, W. E. (Bill) Jr., editor, Roger Daltrey, Joey Lord, Gibson W. Higgins, Tiffany Lane, Steve Warren, Peter Thomas, Phyllis Killer, et al.

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1975
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Atlanta: WESJR Enterprises, 1975. Newspaper. 16p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, news, events, reviews, services and resources, lightly-worn and toned on newsprint. Homosexual Police? Atlanta Police Commissioner A. Reginald Eaves, African American PC announces he has no problem hiring gays as cops. Flossie Florida Report; short notes on Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood & Miami etc. The paper covered gay interest… Read more
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This shame of America

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Published
1943
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New York: National Sharecroppers Fund, 1943. 8-panel brochure, very good; also included is a fundraising letter from Eduard Lindeman of the Fund soliciting donations to aid southern families whose young men had gone to war. The brochure discusses the plight of sharecroppers, including those whose livelihood was being impacted by technology. One man (photographed) is quoted as saying "Tractors… Read more
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n.p.: n.pub, [199-]. 2-inch pin with an outline map of the southern states; yellow background, minor foxing. Best was a textile worker in textile worker in Goldsboro, North Carolina who was fired in 1990 for union organizing. In 1993 a documentary film depicted her story.
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The meeting tree, Black America's modern southern crisis

by Goodwin, Jesse

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Published
1996
ISBN
9780962882876
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Moore Haven, FL: Prospector Press, 1996. Paperback. iv, 153p., wraps, previous owner's bookplate on rear blank end paper else very good condition. African American author based in Florida.
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