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51% Minority Group: A Statistical Essay

51% Minority Group: A Statistical Essay

by [WOMEN] JOREEN [pseud. Jo Freeman]

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[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc, 1970]. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); green and white self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 6pp.; printed from typescript. Fine. One of the author's most important pieces published at the height of the second wave feminist movement, arguably second only to her classic "Bitch Manifesto" (1969). OCLC locates 11 copies.
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Bericht Uit Psychopolis 3 [1970]

Bericht Uit Psychopolis 3 [1970]

by [VRIJE ACADEMIE]

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The Hague: Vrije Academie / Psychopolis, [1970]. First Edition. Tabloid (ca 60cm x 40cm); on newsprint, unpaged [46pp], chiefly illus. Vertical and horizontal folds (as issued?); some puckering to paper at intersection of folds; mild toning to fold-lines and extremities, but still a complete, well-preserved copy, easily Very Good. Annual "catalogue" for this experimental art academy in The Hague, founded in 1933 as a studio where "vrije" took on a double meaning: "...poor talented students could study without payment...[and] admissions requirements were not set...anyone could register...there was no set program in which the student should take an exam...education was dominated by personal development and individual expression." In 1968, under the Directorship of George Lampe, the institution changed its name to "Psychopolis" and became something of a countercultural mecca, a "bustling breeding ground for bohemians and avant-gardists who walked in and out of the classes, but where exciting works of… Read More
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The Berkeley Square - No. 1 (1964)

The Berkeley Square - No. 1 (1964)

by [VIETNAM WAR] KAUFFMAN, George (ed & auth)

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Berkeley: Kept Press, 1964. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed card wrappers; 16pp. First (apparently only) issue. Mild external wear; internally fine. All content appears to have been produced by Kauffman, including the opening piece "Russia Sits This Out", a data heavy if frenetic, opinion piece concerning the foolishness of the idea that fighting in Vietnam will slow down the progress of Russia or China in any way. We find no evidence that a second issue ever appeared.
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)

Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)

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Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1971. Tabloid (42cm); newsprint, with illustrated cover in orange and brown; 24pp; illus. Faint horizontal fold at center (as issued), with some light toning to the extremities; Near Fine. A radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb, and containing a mix of politics, sex, and drug-related content. This issue contains a center spread calling for support of The White Panther Defense Fund, as well as a list of things women can do to deter rape.
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Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971

Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971

by [WOMEN] [BLOOMINGTON WOMEN'S LIBERATION FRONT]

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Bloomington, IN: Bloomington Women's Liberation Front, 1971. First Edition. Five quarto issues (28cm); mimeographed sheets, printed in colors and stapled at upper left corner; ca.8-12pp per issue. Light wear to extremities, else very Near Fine. A nearly complete run, lacking only the first one or possibly two issues, of this ephemeral Indiana women's underground publication. OCLC cataloging incorrectly states that publication "began and ceased with Oct 13, 1971," and noting physical holdings at 4 locations.
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The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]

The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]

by [ANARCHISM] [ANARCHIST PERIODICALS] RICHMAN, V.L.

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New York: V.L. Richman, 1963. Six issues. Quarto (14" x 8-1/2"). Original corner-stapled sheets; mimeographed; each issue 6pp. Horizontal folds for mailing, else Very Good to Fine. Six representative issues, including the scarce inaugural number, of this individualist anarchist semi-monthly, which ran to a total of 23 issues, ceasing publication in 1965. An eccentric and ephemeral publication, described on the mast-head thus: "An independent and assertedly individual journal of commentary news and criticism of interest to residents of New York City, published semimonthly, edited by V.L. Richman, and dedicated to prisons and jailers that they may continue to make anarchists of us all." The second issue contains a solicitation for submissions, but it would appear that Richman, in addition to editing and publishing the paper, also provided most of its content.
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The Buick Owner's Manual for 1955 [cover title] [drop title: Program Guide Number 15]

The Buick Owner's Manual for 1955 [cover title] [drop title: Program Guide Number 15]

by KTAO RADIO

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[Los Gatos, CA: KTAO Radio, n.d., ca. 1970]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original brick pictorial staplebound card wrappers; 10pp.; illus., text printed from typescript on orange stock. Fine. Issued by the short-lived "free-form radio station" KTAO, founded, owned, and managed by Lorenzo W. Milan. Described as "essentially controlled anarchy in radio" (http://www.afana.org/ktao.htm). This publication provides a "manual" for people who own 15-year-old Buicks and a schedule for the week of May 19-25, including an interview with a candidate for Sheriff of Santa Clara County, James Geary (Sheriff, 1970-1978).
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Camouflage

Camouflage

by PERREAULT, John; John Ashbery (introd)

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New York: Lines Editions, 1966. First Edition. Quarto. Side-stapled printed card wrappers; printed offset; 27 leaves (versos blank). Corners tapped; minor external soil; still a tight, Near Fine copy. Brief foreword by John Ashbery. Published by Aram Saroyan's press, Lines Editions.
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Center #4

Center #4

by [BERGE, Carol, ed]

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Woodstock, NY: Center, 1972. Quarto. Side-stapled pictorial card wrappers; text mimeo-printed; 83pp. Occasional handling wear and creasing, but a complete, Very Good copy overall. Contributors include William Irwin Thompson, Opal Nations, Ray DiPalma, Phillip Lopate, Clarence Major, Walter Lowenfels, Lynn Sukenick, many others. From the editor's introduction to this issue: "That this issue is 83pp of exciting material is proof that there is a need for continuing publication. Do continue to experiment, spring out, and send friends.
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Con L'Armata Rossa / Pri Rde i Armadi [With the Red Army] - Three Early Underground Printings...
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Con L'Armata Rossa / Pri Rde i Armadi [With the Red Army] - Three Early Underground Printings from Slovenian Partisan Presses

by DJILAS, Milovan

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V.p., v.i., [1944]. Three separate underground printings - two in Slovenian, one in Italian - of Djilas's propagandistic homage to the Soviet Red Army, written in the final months of the Nazi occupation of Yugoslavia. The essay was originally published in Serbo-Croatian, as Sa Crvenom Armijom. Uniform minor wear and age-toning; all three Very Good or better. 1. Djilas. Con L'Armata Rossa. [Strojenika pri Storpniku: Doberdob, 1944]. Octavo (20.5cm). Staple-bound pictorial paper wrappers; 20pp. Front wrapper with linocut illustration in three colors. Italian-language translation. Text printed from type. 2. Djilas. Pri Rde i Armadi. [near Idrija, Gorenjsko, Slovenia: Špik, 1944]. Octavo (22cm). Staple-bound pictorial paper wrappers; 30pp. Linocut illustration to front wrapper, printed in red ink. Text mimeographed. 3. Djilas. Pri Rde i Armadi. Place of publication unknown [but Slovenia: ca 1944]. Octavo (20cm). Staple-bound pictorial paper wrappers; 28pp. Front wrapper illustrated by stencil… Read More
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Concerning the Young [Signed, Limited First Edition]
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Concerning the Young [Signed, Limited First Edition]

by MAAS, Willard

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New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1938. First Edition. First printing of 1000 signed copies. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 70pp. Gentle toning to text; a bit of paste offsetting to endpapers , still a tight, Near Fine copy in the original dustwrapper, unclipped, a shade sunned on spine panel, Near Fine. Second published collection by the poet, experimental filmmaker, and tangential Warhol Factory figure, Willard Maas (1906-1971). Maas and his partner/collaborator Marie Menken produced, among many other projects, two biographical short films about Andy Warhol (Andy Warhol's Silver Flotations, 1966; and Andy Warhol, 1965). Maas and Menken have been described as "...a legendary couple in the New York art world, not only for their influential underground films, but also for their lavish parties and salons, which brought together artists, writers, filmmakers and intellectuals. According to Warhol, "Willard and Marie were the last of the great bohemians. They wrote and filmed and drank (their friends… Read More
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Cuba

Cuba

by KEARNEY, Tapa

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New York: Angel Hair Books, 1978. First Edition. Quarto. Side-stapled wrappers; pictorial glossy card covers; 28pp. Very Good. One of 300 copies.
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The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.25 (May 14, 1969)

The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.25 (May 14, 1969)

by [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

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New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1969. First Edition. Tabloid (41cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 32pp; illus. Mild toning to wrappers, with a few tiny tears, else Near Fine and unfolded, without postal markings. Contents include contributions by Mel Clay, Claudia Dreifus, Jaakov Kohn, Claude Pelieu, Charles Levine, Keith Lampe, and others, with comix by Kim Deitch.
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The East Village Other - Vol. 4, no. 20, April 23, 1969

The East Village Other - Vol. 4, no. 20, April 23, 1969

by KATZMAN, Allan (editor)

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New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1969. Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 40pp; illus. Horizontal mail fold, textblock a bit toned and a few leaves slightly chipped at fore-edge, closed tear a top edge of pp. 27/8 without loss of sense, else Very Good overall. Upper cover adorned with a small reproduction, surrounded in black, of Eddie Adams's photograph of the execution of Viet Cong leader Nguyen Van Lem. Contributors include Eli Enzer, Jaakov Kohn, and Harry Smith.
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The East Village Other - Vol.5, No.25 (May 19, 1970)

The East Village Other - Vol.5, No.25 (May 19, 1970)

by [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

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New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1970. First Edition. Tabloid (43cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Mild toning to wrapper extremities, else Fine, unfolded, and without postal markings. Contents include a review of Bobby Seale's Seize the Time by Renfru Neff, contributions by Allan Katzman, D.A. Latimer, Claudia Dreifus, Jackie Friedrich, and others, with a Ray Schultz centerfold, and a Taylor Mead Presidential cover.
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The East Village Other - Vol.5, No.5 (January 7, 1970)

The East Village Other - Vol.5, No.5 (January 7, 1970)

by [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

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New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1970. First Edition. Tabloid (43cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 20pp; illus. Mild toning and dustiness to extremities, a few tiny tears, else Near Fine and unfolded, without postal markings. Contents include contributions by Ray Schultz, D.A. Latimer, David Walley, Renfru Neff, Alex Gross, Allan Katzman, and a Lita Eliscu/Claudia Dreifus centerfold.
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Entrails ... the Magazine of muted self-Preservation. Number 3 - February-March 1967

Entrails ... the Magazine of muted self-Preservation. Number 3 - February-March 1967

by [MIMEO] BLOOM, Gene and Mike Berardi (eds)

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New York: Entrails Magazine, 1967. First Edition. Quarto (28cm). Side-stapled illustrated wrappers; 111pp; illus. Moderate external wear and soil; rear cover pulled loose from upper staple, with some creasing at wrapper extremities and at bound edge; Very Good. With black tissue-paper yarmulke stapled to inside rear wrapper. Third issue (of four) of this New York underground mimeo poetry journal; includes contributions by D.R. Wagner, Ted Berrigan, D.A. Levy, William Wantling, many others.
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A Feminist Journal - No.1 [Cover Title] Impolite Questions About Frederick Engels

A Feminist Journal - No.1 [Cover Title] Impolite Questions About Frederick Engels

by [WOMEN] OLAH, Susie and Helen Victry

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St. Paul, MN: Women Unlimited, 1970. First Edition. Slim octavo (21.75cm); mimeographed sheets, side-stapled into printed wrappers; [36]pp. Light wear to extremities, else Near Fine. First (and possibly only) issue of this crudely-mimeographed feminist publication, composed by Susie Olah and Helen Victry. "This paper is a criticism of Frederick Engels' well-known work, The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State, and of currently popular interpretations of that book. In particular the paper attacks the notion that Engels proves that private property causes male supremacy. The paper is not an argument for private property, but instead a suggestion that serious women consider the alternative proposition: male supremacy causes private property, along with a number of other woes which cannot neatly be classified under that head" (from preface). OCLC notes 12 holdings.
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Film Culture - Expanded Arts. Special Issue Number Forty-Three (Winter 1966)

Film Culture - Expanded Arts. Special Issue Number Forty-Three (Winter 1966)

by [FLUXUS] MEKAS, Jonas (ed); George Maciunas (contrib)

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New York: Film Culture, 1966. Single large tabloid issue (56cm x 43cm); folded sheets, 12pp. Original horizontal and vertical folds (as issued), with mild toning to first page at fold-lines and a tiny puncture at the centerpoint (costing one or two characters of text, but no loss of sense). Otherwise quite fresh and well-preserved, with none of the usual toning to text. The celebrated "Special Issue 43" of Jonas Mekas' long-running journal of avant-garde cinema, issued in the wake of Mekas' Expanded Cinema Festival at the Filmmakers' Cinématheque in November and December 1965. The issue's Introduction includes its twofold statement of purpose: "a) to give our readers an idea about what's going on in the avantgarde arts today, and b) to serve as a sort of catalogue or index to the work of some of the artists involved." Includes a lengthy transcription of a panel discussion on Expanded Cinema by Ken Dewey, Henry Geldzahler, John Gruen, Stan Vanderbeek and Robert Whitman at the 1966 New York Film… Read More
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First Baby Poems [New Expanded Edition]

First Baby Poems [New Expanded Edition]

by WALDMAN, Anne

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New York: Hyacinth Girls Music, 1983. Revised Edition. Small octavo. Pictorial card wrappers; 44pp. Two thousand copies printed. A fine copy.
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