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image of [Photograph of a convention of the Filipino-American fraternal organization]

[Photograph of a convention of the Filipino-American fraternal organization]

by Caballeros de Dimas-Alang

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Published
1937
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$125.00

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Seattle: Jackson Studio, 1937. 9.25x7.25 inch photo in a larget matte, the backing edgeworn; the photo itself is slightly unevenly exposed, but otherwise very good. The Masonic-inspired organization was named after Philippine independence leader Jose Rizal, who wrote under the pen name Dimas-Alang (Cannot be Touched). Members of various lodges of the organization are seen gathered under banners and… Read more
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image of Remember Centralia. Don't patronize Our House / Corner Washington and Occidental. They contributed to a fund to convict our boys in Centralia. They use scab coal from Pacific Coast Coal Company. We never forget! [leaflet]

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[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], 1920. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, corner crease with a couple small chips. Text is the same on both sides, though one side has a union bug at the bottom. Our House was a cafe that marketed itself in advertisements as "Popular With Our Boys in Blue.
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[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], 1920. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, small corner chip. Text is the same on both sides, though one side has a union bug at the bottom. Our House was a cafe that marketed itself in advertisements as "Popular With Our Boys in Blue.
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image of Documents Northwest: The Poncho Series: George Tsutakawa; Seattle Art Museum, November 26-December 29, 1985

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Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1985. Single sheet folded to make an 8-panel brochure, 7.75 x 11 inches, illus., very good condition. Catalog of an exhibition of works by the Japanese-American painter and sculptor.
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$15.00
image of Through an Old Wooden Bowl: poems [inscribed and signed]

Through an Old Wooden Bowl: poems [inscribed and signed]

by Wright, John L. [Jack Cady association]

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Published
1999
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$25.00

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Seattle: Swedish Medical Center Foundations, 1999. Hardcover. 48p., personal inscription to author and teacher Jack Cady signed by the poet, very good first edition in pictorial boards. Cady was the poet's instructor at University of Washington.
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image of The Comet in the City a novel [inscribed and signed]

The Comet in the City a novel [inscribed and signed]

by Davis, Minot [Jack Cady association]

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1992
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9780963384096
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$15.00

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Gig Harbor, WA: LetterPress, 1992. Paperback. 259p., warm personal inscription to author Jack Cady signed by the author, very good first edition paperback original limited to 2000 numbered copies this copy unnumbered and stamped Review Copy in pictorial wraps. Set in a tavern called The Comet in Seattle of the 1980s concerns a struggling playwright, an actress and the… Read more
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Seattle: Executive Committee, Christian Science Exhibit, 1962. [20]p., stapled wraps, 9.25 x 6.25 inches landscape format, profusely illus. with photos of the exhibit, very good condition. "This booklet summarizes the Christian Science Exhibit much as a visitor would see the individual exhibits which are designed to inform the public of the scope and activities of this world-wide religion. … Read more
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image of The Seattle Peace Society for goodwill at home and in all the world [leaflet]

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Seattle: Seattle Peace Society, [192-]. 3.75x6 inch leaflet, mild corner creases, penciled oval around a mention of Goodwill Day on May 18. Outlines the goals of the organization, including the "encouragement of inter-racial and international courtesy and friendliness." The reader is encouraged to contact Dr. Clarence Thwing.
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$18.00
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Truth: a Jesus paper [two issues]

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Published
1971
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$30.00

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Spokane, WA: Voice of Elijah, 1971. Two issues of the Jesus People paper, vol. 2 nos. 11 and 12, designed with characteristics of a hippie underground paper as part of its effort to appeal to people in "the head part of town." 12 and 16 pages respectively, very good. Coverage of local activities by self-proclaimed "Jesus freaks" led by… Read more
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Firewood No. 1

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Published
[201-]
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$12.00

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Port Townsend, WA: the zine, [201-]. [22p.], staplebound zine, very good. Ideas about building your own cabin from scavenged materials, constructing an "anarchist victory garden" for subsistence, etc.
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Flights of the Harvest-Mare

by Bierds, Linda

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1985
ISBN
9780916272272
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$25.00

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Boise: Ahsahta Press, 1985. Paperback. v, 56p., introduction, personal inscription to Carol [Orlock] signed by the poet, very good first edition trade paperback in red wraps. From the personal library of Carol Orlock, author, poet & educator, widow of Jack Cady.
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image of A lesson from the Chicken Coop.  How one smart chicken squeezed all the other chickens out of the yard, just as the Rockefellers, the Morgans and the Carnegies push the famer and industrial worker off the earth

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Everett, WA: Socialist Party of Washington, 1915. Four panel brochure, paper browned else good condition, 6x9.25 inches. One varient copy found in OCLC as of 2/2020 at Hamilton College with the Chicago Socialist Party imprint, No copies found with this imprint. L.E. Katterfeld was the State Secretary of the state Socialist Party when this issued, he left office… Read more
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$75.00
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The Journal of ethnic studies; volume 3, number 3, Fall 1975

by Wilner, Jeffrey D. [and] Jesse Hiraoka, editors

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Published
1975
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Bellingham: Western Washington State College, 1975. 126p., 6 x 9 inches, wraps, lightly worn, spine chipped at bottom else good condition. Articles include "Chicano Community Control in South Texas: Problems and Prospects", "Change Came Slowly: The Case of the Powhatan Indians of Virginia", "Biracial Politics in the South: A Black Politician's Viewpoint" and "The Sephardic Revival in the… Read more
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image of The Journal of ethnic studies; volume 4, number 3, Fall 1976

The Journal of ethnic studies; volume 4, number 3, Fall 1976

by Wilner, Jeffrey D. [and] Jesse Hiraoka, editors

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Published
1975
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Bellingham: Western Washington State College, 1975. 126p., 6 x 9 inches, wraps, lightly worn, spine sunned else very good condition. Articles on Native Americans, African Americans, Chicanos, Chinese-Americans, and more.
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image of The Journal of ethnic studies; volume 3, number 2, Summer 1975

The Journal of ethnic studies; volume 3, number 2, Summer 1975

by Wilner, Jeffrey D. [and] Jesse Hiraoka, editors

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Published
1975
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Bellingham: Western Washington State College, 1975. 126p., 6 x 9 inches, wraps, lightly worn, ink stamp on front wrap else good condition. Articles include "Black Slave Control in the Cherokee Nation", "Dakota Indian Ethnicity in Saskatchewan", and "The Image of Mexico and the Mexican-American in the Black Press, 1890-1935
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Logs & log export$ [exports]

by Pacific Northwest Research Center. University of Oregon

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Published
1974
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$20.00

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Portland, OR: International Woodworkers of American & Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers, 1974. Pamphlet. 6p., wraps, minor creasing else very good condition, 8.5x11 inches.
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image of Seattle's International District: the making of a pan-Asian American community

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Seattle: International Examiner Press, 2009. 141p., very good paperback, second edition.
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image of Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885 - 1915

Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885 - 1915

by LeWarne, Charles Pierce

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Published
1975
ISBN
9780295953434
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$18.00

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Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1975. Hardcover. xiv + 325p., cloth boards, illus., first edition, very good condition in a lightly edge worn unclipped dj.
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image of Mosaic #1; Life stories from isolation to community

Mosaic #1; Life stories from isolation to community

by Pettis, Ruth, editor

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Published
2002
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$25.00

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Seattle: Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project, 2002. Paperback. xiv, 246p., oral histories, photos, very good trade paperback in whiteand blue pictorial wraps.
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image of Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Vol. 20 No. 2, Yule, December-January 2000

Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Vol. 20 No. 2, Yule, December-January 2000

by Coffin, Aaron, Rebecca Reynolds, Adam Volk, Kris Maenz [and] Josh Laughlin, editors

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Published
2000
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Eugene, OR: EF!, 2000. Magazine. 35p., folded tabloid format newspaper, edgeworn and evenly toned, address label on rear wrap else very good condition. Articles on mountain top removal in West Virginia, the "Battle in Seattle" protests against the WTO, and more.
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