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Where the World Ends
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Where the World Ends

By Boehme, Kade

no place: Loose Id, 2015. Paperback. 191p., very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. The desire for each other by a Washington State Native American and the local sheriff is put on hold due to a tribal lawsuit.

$12.00

Men: #3
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Men: #3

By Esser, Chuck, editor, Harvey Jackins, et al.

Seattle: Rational Island Pub, 1985. Magazine. 104p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, essays, news, opinion, services and resources, illustrations, very good magazine journal in stapled white pictorial wraps. Re-Evaluation Counseling. Jackins was a labor organizer who became involved with Dianetics and lifted some of the ideas, added his own jargon and created the RC.

$20.00

Discover America
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Discover America

By Seattle Liberation Front

Seattle: Seattle Liberation Front, 1970. 39p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Issued by the short-lived ('70-'71) Seattle radical group, copiously illustrated with underground cartoons, material on the Black Panthers, etc. SLF members (the "Seattle Seven"), including Weather Underground member Susan Stern, were charged with conspiracy to riot in famous political case of the era. Includes an article about member Michael Lerner, now a well-known progressive rabbi. Centerfold is a reprint of the Black Panther Party's manifesto, "The fascists have already decided to murder Chairman Bobby Seale in the electric chair.

$95.00

Staying True: musings of an odd-duck Quaker lesbian approaching death
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Staying True: musings of an odd-duck Quaker lesbian approaching death

By Waddington, Lynn & Margaret Sorrel

Berkeley: Plain Speech Press, 2012. Paperback. xv, 181p., glossary, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Written with her partner at the end of her life on Puget Sound.

$15.00

9th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections Program & Abstracts: February 24-28, 2002, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA
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9th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections Program & Abstracts: February 24-28, 2002, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA

Alexandria, VA: Foundation for Retrovirology and Human Health, 2002. Paperback. xiii, 382p., 8.25x10.75 inches, general information, program, abstracts, participant index, subject index, program-at-a-glance, floor plan of the Center, very good large paperback in wraps.

$25.00

The First International Webern Festival presented by the University of Washington School of Music, Friday, May 25 - Monday May 28, 1962, Seattle, Washington
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The First International Webern Festival presented by the University of Washington School of Music, Friday, May 25 - Monday May 28, 1962, Seattle, Washington

By [Webern, Anton]

Seattle: University of Washington, 1962. 24p. includes covers, 6x9 inches, schedule of events, messages, participants, program, program notes, very good souvenir program booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Spires 1953 / Spires \'53
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Spires 1953 / Spires '53

By St. Marie, Father Louis, S.J., moderator [sic] to staff

Spokane WA: The Associated Students of Gonzaga University, 1953. Yearbook staplebound in 16x11.5 inch silkscreen-decorated wraps. Unpaginated, something over one hundred leaves (200p.) More professionally edited than most such annuals; along with the usual mugshots arranged like bathroom tiling, the random-snapshot sections are laid out with national-magazine flair, and to the traditionally formatted materials there is joined a run of the school's weekly newsletter, again a soundly professional production. All text leaves are printed on coated alkaline paperstock and interspersed with textured matte chapter dividers. Internally quite good with occasional autographs in ink. Externally fair-only; the spine panel is burst in several spots and although the staples are holding well the torn spine is unsightly. Expect general rubbing and that the silkscreened surface has picked up mild dust-soil.

$20.00

Tacoma Independent [4 issues, 1972-73]
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Tacoma Independent [4 issues, 1972-73]

Tacoma: Tacoma Independent, 1972. Newspaper. 16p., 12p., 12p., 8p., folded tabloids, illus., lightly toned, one issue has a few small stains and a very small singed strip along some edges, otherwise these are all very good. Local lefty community paper halfway between underground and alternative. Vol. 1, No. 4 (Sept. '72), Vol. No. 7 (Dec. '72), Vol, 1, No. 9 (Mar. '73), and Vol. 2, No. 1 (Apr. '73). Primarily focused on local issues (Tacoma air pollution, etc.) with attention given to Native American matters in each issue (Indian Treaty Rights, Wounded Knee Report, etc.) as well as local strikes, UFW pickets at Safeway, etc.

$25.00

Murder in the Collective Pam Nilsen mystery #1 [signed]
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Murder in the Collective Pam Nilsen mystery #1 [signed]

By Wilson, Barbara

Seattle: Self-published by the author at Seal Press, 1984. Paperback. 183p., personal inscription signed by the author/publisher, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. First in the series of lesbian mysteries featuring the author/publisher's alter-ego Pam Nilsen (they are both of Swedish descent, and are founder/members of a feminist publishing house/printshop in Seattle.

$25.00

Walking on the Moon: [signed] six stories and a novella [signed]
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Walking on the Moon: [signed] six stories and a novella [signed]

By Wilson, Barbara

Seattle: Self-published by the author at Seal Press, 1983. Paperback. 161p., personal inscription signed by the author/publisher, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Stories by the self-published author at her own collective Seal press in Seattle.

$15.00

Thin Ice and other stories [signed]
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Thin Ice and other stories [signed]

By Wilson, Barbara

Seattle: Self-published by the author at Seal Press, 1981. Paperback. 125p., personal inscription signed by the author/publisher, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Thirteen stories by the self-published author at her own collective Seal press in Seattle.

$15.00

Waxwings
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Waxwings

By Raban, Jonathan

New York: Pantheon Books, 2003. Hardcover. 282p., hardbound first edition in orange & terra-cotta boards and a dust jacket. An immaculate copy (in every respect) signed by author Raban on his titlepage.

$15.00

Step Perspective: vol. 7, #1, Spring 1995; Vitamins and HIV therapy: a naturopathic perspective
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Step Perspective: vol. 7, #1, Spring 1995; Vitamins and HIV therapy: a naturopathic perspective

Seattle: Seattle Treatment Exchange Project, 1995. Magazine. 28p., 8.5x11 inches, medical articles, news, reports, services and resources, very good newsletter in stapled cream wraps. Articles on nutrition, Interleukin-2, long-term non-progressors, Kaposi's Sarcoma etc.

$15.00

Last Cry: Native American prophecies, tales of the end times special ghost dance edition, original manuscript [signed]
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Last Cry: Native American prophecies, tales of the end times special ghost dance edition, original manuscript [signed]

By Ghost Wolf, Robert, edited by Lori Stubbins

Spokane: Self-published by the author at Mistyc House Pub, 1997. Paperback. [1v] 328p. + 8p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, foreword, very good first edition manuscript format in spiral-bound black wraps with silver cover design and signed on the rear cover in silver by the author. Numbered in ink on copyright page as #447 of undisclosed limitation. This book was later published by Wolf Lodge as a trade paperback.

$45.00

United States - Canada Boundary in the Pacific Northwest. Surveying the 49th Parallel, 1858-61; A Contemporary Report on the 49 \' Boundary Survey
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United States - Canada Boundary in the Pacific Northwest. Surveying the 49th Parallel, 1858-61; A Contemporary Report on the 49 ' Boundary Survey

By Deutsch, Herman J., compiler and editor

Tacoma: Washington State Historical Society, 1962. Pamphlet. Reprinted from the Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Vol. 53, No. 1, January, 1962. Unpaginated preliminary text, 17p., a few period illustrations amongst a double-column text on glossy coated paperstock, staplebound. Spinefold is unobtrusively split at tail an inch or so, else sound and entirely clean and free of any markings; a good copy. Pacific Northwest Historical Pamphlet No. 2 - Centennial Publication.

$15.00

Mrs. Erastus Brainerd, Mrs. Theodore Haller, Mrs. Louis W. Brydon and Mrs. Sanford B. Ricaby request the honor of your presence at the premiere of the Jack London Club and the private view of Yasushi Tanaka\'s masterpiece \'The Black Lily\' to be held at the New Washington Hotel on the days of January 15, 16 and 17, from eleven to four, 1920... [signed card]
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Mrs. Erastus Brainerd, Mrs. Theodore Haller, Mrs. Louis W. Brydon and Mrs. Sanford B. Ricaby request the honor of your presence at the premiere of the Jack London Club and the private view of Yasushi Tanaka's masterpiece 'The Black Lily' to be held at the New Washington Hotel on the days of January 15, 16 and 17, from eleven to four, 1920... [signed card]

By Tanaka, Yasushi

[Seattle], 1920. 5.75x3.75 inch card, text on one side (partially crossed out), the other side with a miniature image of the painting, signed in pen by the artist. Tanaka, who had immigrated to Seattle in 1904, moved to Paris in 1920. The gatherings cited on this card appear to have been his final showings before leaving for France.

$95.00

Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 37, no. 1, Jan 28 - Feb 10, 2000; National edition
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Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 37, no. 1, Jan 28 - Feb 10, 2000; National edition

By Kunkin, Art (ed.)

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 2000. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., untoned, light crease at cover corner, else very good. A late-breaking attempt to sustain the "Freep". This issue is almost entirely devoted to the anti-WTO demonstrations in Seattle and related groups such as the Ruckus Society and STARC (Student Alliance to Reform Corporations). Ad in the issue by editor Kunkin inviting readers to take his class in becoming enlightened. This iteration of the famed underground paper apparently encouraged the homeless to sell copies to support themselves.

$15.00

The Last Rondo in Paris (and other reversals); Dialogue Poems
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The Last Rondo in Paris (and other reversals); Dialogue Poems

By Lurie, Toby

San Francisco / San Jose: Journeys into Language / Laughing Bear Press, 1983. Paperback. 76p., 6.75x8.5 inches, signed and dated 2017, very good first edition trade paperback in white pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Manic Depressant, issue no. eight; To Defend Or To Dismantle
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Manic Depressant, issue no. eight; To Defend Or To Dismantle

By RH-V53-M (pseud.), malefactor (i.e., editor)

Fullerton CA: the zine. Unpaginated, about 35p., zine format in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps; printed in smallpoint, texts copied clearly and disposed in single, double and triple-columns. A faint touch of rust to staples, handwritten word "free" on cover, clean and sound. Throughout, the editor explains himself and the USA and invites comment directed to a Fullerton address; also find numerous record reviews, mostly newborn punk band releases. Dated from content: "Y2K is coming!" and a five-page backstory (smallpoint, doublecolumn) on a 1999 squat accommodating resisters to the WTO in Seattle.

$20.00

Talking raven: a journal of imaginative trouble [five issues]
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Talking raven: a journal of imaginative trouble [five issues]

Seattle: ParaTheatrical Research, 1994. Five issues of the tabloid newspaper-format journal, pages toned, one issue with a closed tear at the outer edge of the fold. Numbers present are vol. 1 no. 2, vol. 2 nos. 1 and 4, vol. 3 no. 2, and vol. 4 no. 2. Mixture of local arts and poetry with some neo-Pagan material.

$25.00

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