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Rural Relief and Recovery

By VANCE, Rupert B.

Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1939. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo (23cm.); publisher's brown pictorial staplebound card wrappers; 32pp. Light wear from handling, old defaced price sticker to upper cover slightly affecting text without loss of meaning, else Very Good or better. Forms part of the Works Progress Administration Social Problems pamphlet no. 3.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.8  (August 1935)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.8 (August 1935)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.448-512; light external wear; Very Good. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Substantial article on the Tom Mooney case ("The Tom Mooney Case Today," John F. Dunachie); William Fitzgerald on the National Recovery Act (N.R.A.); short story by Pat Dwyer, "The Adventures of Bill." This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 69 no.11  (November, 1933)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 69 no.11 (November, 1933)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1934. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.640-7044; light external wear; Very Good. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Includes several memorial tributes to Samuel Gompers; review of 53rd AFL Convention; transcript of William Green's AFL address "A Better Day in the Making." This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.3 (March 1935)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.3 (March 1935)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.130-193; mild external wear; Very Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Two brief articles on the Tom Mooney case; coverage of Pres. Roosevelt's national address to labor; etc. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 70 no.6  (June, 1934)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 70 no.6 (June, 1934)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1934. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.322-384; light external wear; Very Good. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Includes "Appeal from Tom Mooney" on p.336; "The Mooney Case" p.337; William Green, "Discrimination Against Women Workers is Unjust," pp.342-43. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 70, no. 11 (November 1934)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 70, no. 11 (November 1934)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1934. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.643-704; mild external wear; Very Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front cover. Report on 54th Annual AFL convention; others on Panama Canal, communist infiltration. Two small notes on Mooney. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.4  (April 1935)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.4 (April 1935)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.194-257; mild external wear; Very Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Transcript of Robert LaFollette's address "Work or Doles - Wisconsin's Answer," pp195-97; two very brief mentions of the Tom Mooney case. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

The New Deal in Money
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The New Deal in Money

By [NEW DEAL] [CRITICS] COUGHLIN, Rev. Charles E.

Royal Oak, MI: Radio League of the Little Flower, 1933. First edition. Paperback. Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed wrappers; 128p. Mild external wear, with toning to spine. Attack on New Deal policies by the Rush Limbaugh of his era.

$15.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 69 no.12  (December, 1933)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 69 no.12 (December, 1933)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1933. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.706-768; light external wear; Very Good. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. Review of the film "The Strange Case of Tom Mooney." This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 73, no. 6 (June, 1937)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 73, no. 6 (June, 1937)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1937. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.322-384; mild external wear; Very Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Transcript of speech by Hon. Usher L. Burdick (North Dakota): "Tom Mooney Denied Due Process of Law" pp. 332-333. George L. Knapp on The Wilkerson Injunction pp.326-27.This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.6  (June 1935)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.6 (June 1935)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.322-383; moderate external wear and soil, with small loss at base of front wrapper; Good or better. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief red pencil notation to front wrapper. One brief mention of Tom Mooney case; Jerome Jones on "The Struggle of the Southern Worker," etc. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.2 (February 1935)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. 71, no.2 (February 1935)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.66-128; mild external wear, with some abrasion at spine; Very Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. Brief article on Tom Mooney's Supreme Court (of California) case; discussion of Roosevelt's Social Security bill; etc. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$25.00

International Molders Journal. Vol. LXX, no. 10 (October 1934)
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International Molders Journal. Vol. LXX, no. 10 (October 1934)

By [INTERNATIONAL MOLDERS' UNION OF NORTH AMERICA]

Cincinnati: International Molders' Union of North America, 1934. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo. Single issue in original pictorial wrappers; pp.579-640; plus Supplement comprising entirety of the Proceedings of the 28th annual conference (ca 200pp, variously paginated); photo illus. Wrappers partially detached; paper on spine partially perished; Good and complete. Withdrawal stamp on front cover from Bancroft Library, University of California, Tom Mooney Papers. This issue is a duplicate from the original archives of the Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee.

$30.00

A People's Constitution for New York
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A People's Constitution for New York

By [COMMUNIST PARTY of NEW YORK]

New York: New York State Committee, Communist Party, [1938]. First Edition. Pamphlet. 12mo. Staple-bound pictorial paper wrappers; 29,[3]pp. Near Fine. Calls for a Constitutional Convention and revision of the State Constitution in accordance with Communist Party principles. Concludes with the Party's 9-point plan. Scarce; OCLC locates two copies only (Harvard, Michigan); not generally seen in commerce.

$65.00

Immediate Epic. The Final Statement of the Plan
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Immediate Epic. The Final Statement of the Plan

By SINCLAIR, Upton

Los Angeles: End Poverty League, [1934]. First Edition. Pamphlet. 12mo. Pictorial card wrappers; 38pp. Light external wear and soil; bit of creasing to text; Very Good. Campaign literature for Sinclair's 1934 gubernatorial campaign, the central feature of which was his End Poverty in California (EPIC) program. Rear wrapper prints the 12-point EPIC Plan.

$50.00

The Story of Roosevelt and Garner As It Affects the Negro [cover  title]
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The Story of Roosevelt and Garner As It Affects the Negro [cover title]

By REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE

N.p.: Republican National Committee, n.d., but 1932. First Edition. Paperback. Attack on Democratic presidential hopeful Franklin D. Roosevelt and his running mate John Nance Garner, the Democratic Speaker of the House of Congress. The pamphlet, targeting African-American voters, would have been issued during the 1932 presidential election, and delineates the ways in which FDR and Garner "disenfranchised the Negro in the Southern states" (p. 3), among these by firing every black man employed in the capitol, proposing bills to provide Jim Crow cars in Washington, D.C., and opposing the Anti-Lynching Bill of 1922. FDR and Garner would, in fact, win the election, and with the New Deal gain significant popularity among the African American vote. Quite scarce: OCLC locates 2 holdings as of October, 2019 (U.So.Florida, Michigan State). Octavo (22.25cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 12pp. Minor dustiness to wrapper extremities, very light wear from handling, else Very Good or better.

$150.00

What War Means to the Workers. Answering the Question...will War Bring Back Prosperity
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What War Means to the Workers. Answering the Question...will War Bring Back Prosperity

By DUNN, Robert W.

New York: Workers Library, 1933. First Edition. Pamphlet. 16mo. Staple-bound pictorial paper wrappers; 23pp. Text age-toned; Very Good. Calls for payment of the Bonus and reallocation of war funds to support unemployed workers. SEIDMAN D287.

$30.00

The Dzerzhinsky Tractor Plant at Stalingrad: a Sketch of its Construction
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The Dzerzhinsky Tractor Plant at Stalingrad: a Sketch of its Construction

By [FIVE YEAR PLAN]

Moscow: Co-Operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers, 1932. First Edition. Pamphlet. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial paper wrappers; 30pp; illus. Four leaves of plates not included in pagination. Two small clear tape adhesions to bound edge; expected age-toning to text; Good or better. Somewhat uncommon amphlet extolling the successes of the Soviet Five-Year Plan. Photo-illustrated.

$45.00

Highway of Hunger: Story of America's Homeless Youth
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Highway of Hunger: Story of America's Homeless Youth

By DORAN, Dave

New York: Youth Publishers, 1933. First Edition. Pamphlet. 12mo. Pictorial paper wrappers; 14pp; illus. Text paper slightly toned, else Near Fine -- a fresh and attractive copy. On the plight of destitute youth in the Great Depression, with content on tramping and child prostitution. Illustrated with cartoons and halftones. "Youth Publishers" was the publishing arm of the Young Communist League. SEIDMAN D225.

$45.00

Advertising Placard for News-Week Magazine, Vol. III, no.23 (June 9, 1934): "Labor Strife"
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Advertising Placard for News-Week Magazine, Vol. III, no.23 (June 9, 1934): "Labor Strife"

By [NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE]

[New York: New-Week, 1934]. Ephemera. Newsstand advertising placard, approx. 12" x 9". Printed in black and yellow on heavy card-stock, recto-only. Light wear at edges; corners rounded; Very Good. Montage of photos illustrating the issue's feature on "Labor Strife;" includes central image of boxer James J. Braddock working out in preparation for his famous fight against Max Baer; others of "Violence in San Francisco," dustbowl photograph "Praying for Rain." Attractive and unusual piece of Depression-era publishing ephemera.

$60.00

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