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Morning Yet on Creation Day: Essays

By ACHEBE, Chinua

Garden City: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1975. First American Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (21.5cm.); original cloth-backed boards in olive pictorial dust jacket; xiii,[3],175pp. Jacket approx. 1/2cm. shorter than boards and a touch rubbed extremities, old faint rubberstamp price on front free endpaper, else Very Good to Near Fine.

$75.00

Der Alltag 3: Sozial Engagierte Fotografie

By THOMAS, Fritz and Bruno Neurath, eds

[Düsseldorf]: WI-Verlag, [1983]. First Edition. Paperback. Slim quarto (27cm.); publisher's red photo-illustrated card wrappers; 114pp.; chiefly photographic illus. Light wear to wrapper extremities, else Very Good or better. Photographic anthology of late Cold War-era Germany and Eastern Europe, including sections on Punks, Skinheads, and Turkish children. Text entirely in German. OCLC locates no holdings in North America as of November, 2018.

$25.00

Our Master's Voice: Advertising [Signed & Dated]

By RORTY, James

New York: John Day Company, [1934]. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (20.5cm.); publisher's cloth in pale yellow pictorial dust jacket, yellow topstain; x,394pp. Jacket rather toned, especially along spine, spine crown chipped, verso reinforced with contemporary brown kraft tape, cloth spine gilt starting to fleck, else Near Fine in an About Very Good copy of the scarce jacket. Signed and dated November, 1938, by the author on half title. Attack on the advertising industry and the creation of "mob opinion," by a founding editor of the Marxist magazine "The New Masses."

$150.00

Journey Toward the Sunlight: A Story of the Dominican Republic and Its People
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Journey Toward the Sunlight: A Story of the Dominican Republic and Its People

By WALKER, Stanley

New York: Caribbean Library, [1947]. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (20.5cm.); publisher's cloth in light orange dust jacket lettered in red; v,[1],226pp. & [16]ll. of photographic illus. printed on rectos and versos, additional text illus. throughout, map endpapers printed in red. A few short closed tears and shallow chips to jacket extremities, light dust soil, else Near Fine in Very Good jacket.

$30.00

[Drop title] Sesame Street and Sex-Role Stereotype ( Updated with Suggestions for Eliminating Objectionable Features)
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[Drop title] Sesame Street and Sex-Role Stereotype ( Updated with Suggestions for Eliminating Objectionable Features)

By VOGEL, Susan, Inge Broverman, and Jo-Ann E. Gardner

[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc, 1970]. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); side-staplebound self-wrappers; 3,[1]pp. Minor wear from handling, a hint of toning to extremities, else Very Good. Collected notes taken and recommendations given when the authors met with "Sesame Street" producer Joan Cooney with the aim of "eliminat[ing] sex-role stereotyping in children's programming." OCLC locates two copies in the United States as of April, 2019, at Northwestern and Indiana.

$75.00

Margaret Sanger: Victimized Saint. A Sermon by the Rev. Raymond G. Manker September 18, 1966, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4027 East Lincoln Drive, Phoenix, Arizona
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Margaret Sanger: Victimized Saint. A Sermon by the Rev. Raymond G. Manker September 18, 1966, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4027 East Lincoln Drive, Phoenix, Arizona

By MANKER, Raymond G.

San Francisco: Society for Humane Abortion, 1966. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto bifolium (28cm.). Dampstain at bottom left-hand corner of upper panel affecting rear cover, else About Very Good. The only printed edition of this eulogy of the birth control advocate Margaret Sanger, who had died less than two weeks earlier. U. Waterloo (Canada) only in OCLC as of April, 2019.

$25.00

The First Waco Horror: The Lynching of Jesse Washington and the Rise of the NAACP
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The First Waco Horror: The Lynching of Jesse Washington and the Rise of the NAACP

By BERNSTEIN, Patricia

College Station: Texas A&M University Press, [2005]. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (24cm.); publisher's cloth in black pictorial dust jacket; xii,252pp.; text illus. throughout. Boards very slightly bowed, previous owner's pressure-stamp to title page, else Very Good to Near Fine.

$25.00

This I Remember [Limited Edition, Signed]
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This I Remember [Limited Edition, Signed]

By [WOMEN] ROOSEVELT, Eleanor

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. Handsome edition of the second volume of Roosevelt's autobiography, a follow-up to her 1937 memoir This Is My Story, covering her life from the 1924 political campaign through her departure from the White House after the death of her husband. Limited Issue, one of 1,000 numbered copies specially bound and signed by the author, this being copy no.981. Octavo (24cm); blue cloth, with printed title label applied to spine; publisher's original acetate overlay and cardboard slipcase; xii,387,[1]pp. Contemporary owners name to front endpaper, hint of sunning to spine, else very Near Fine. Slipcase a bit sunned around the opening and upper edge, with a few short splits to upper and lower joints; Very Good and sound. Poor example of the acetate dustjacket, with several losses, splits, and tears.

$1250.00

[Drop title] Busses [sic] for People / Not for Profits!
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[Drop title] Busses [sic] for People / Not for Profits!

By [ORGANIZED LABOR] CENTER FOR UNITED LABOR ACTION [BUFFALO, NY]

Buffalo: Center for United Labor Action, 1971. First Edition. Broadside flyer (27.5cm.); printed in black on white stock. Extremities unevenly toned, minor wear from handling, else Near Very Good. Issued in response to a meeting held by the Department of Transportion regarding a bus fare increase. "Of course, the hearing was held at 9AM so that few workers could attend." Flyer urges readers to demand a new hearing "in behalf of the working people," at which all NFT data would be available. Contemporary newspaper accounts indicate that despite the Center's efforts, New York state transportation did indeed raise the bus fare to 40¢ a ride (approx. $2.50 in 2018). This flyer not separately catalogued in OCLC as of December, 2018.

$75.00

[Drop title] Poor White Women
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[Drop title] Poor White Women

By DUNBAR, Roxanne

Boston: New England Free Press, n.d., ca. 1970. Offprint. Broadsheet (28x21.5cm.) printed on yellow stock. Light wear, top edge a bit toned, else Very Good. A study of the American caste system and its effect on the "agrarian poor white female."

$20.00

Women's Heritage Calendar and Almanac [cover title]
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Women's Heritage Calendar and Almanac [cover title]

By [WOMEN] GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANTS

[Santa Monica, CA: Graphic Communications Consultants, 1970]. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (27.75cm.); original pictorial staplebound card wrappers; unpaged; illus. Fine. 1970-1 calendar (curiously beginning in July, 1970, rather than January, and ending in June, 1971), each day of the year providing a number of relevant anecdotes, quotes, and historical events marking the progress of women's liberation. Bibliography provided. Forms part of the Women's Heritage Series.

$75.00

Women in 1970
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Women in 1970

By CITIZENS' ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971. First Edition. Paperback. Small oblong quarto (19x26cm.); publisher's white pictorial staplebound card wrappers printed in orange and black; [6],23pp.; text printed in double columns. Light toning to wrapper extremities, else Very Good to Near Fine. Special emphasis made on the Equal Rights Amendment.

$30.00

[Drop title] Class Structure in the Women's Movement
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[Drop title] Class Structure in the Women's Movement

By MEHRHOF, Barbara

New York: The Feminists, [1969]. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); tan corner-staplebound self-wrappers; 5pp. printed from typescript. Fine condition. Critique of the hierarchy within the women's liberation movement, especialy in the National Organization for Women, of which The Feminists were a more radical splinter group.

$75.00

[Cover title] Report of the Task Force on Women and the Standing Committee on Women Adopted by the 182nd General Assembly (1970)
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[Cover title] Report of the Task Force on Women and the Standing Committee on Women Adopted by the 182nd General Assembly (1970)

By UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

[Philadelphia]: United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, 1970. Offprint. Paperback. Octavo (23cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 20pp. Upper wrapper uniformly toned, light wear and dust-soil, else Very Good, internally fine. Proposal that women in the Church should "participate fully in all the tasks and ministries." Laid in typescript document titled "Presentation Made by the Task Force on Women to Introduce Its Report and the Work of the Standing Committee on Women to the General Assembly."

$15.00

[Drop title] The Rise of Man. The Origins of Women's Oppression: One View
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[Drop title] The Rise of Man. The Origins of Women's Oppression: One View

By MEHRHOF, Barbara and Sheila Cronan

[New York: The Feminists, 1970]. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); pink corner-staplebound self-wrappers; 6pp. printed from typescript. Light wear and a hint of sunning along spine edge, else Very Good or better. A step-by-step history of the oppression of women, including marriage, motherhood, and prostitution.

$75.00

The Proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution: A Memorandum
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The Proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution: A Memorandum

By CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Washington DC: Citizens Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1970. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (25.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers printed in dark blue; i,[1],18pp.; text printed in blue from typescript throughout. Fine condition. Includes chapters on the extant laws discriminating on the basis of sex and the "Relationship Between the Equal Rights Amendment and Existing Constitutional Provisions."

$40.00

[Drop title] The Politics of Touch
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[Drop title] The Politics of Touch

By HENLEY, Nancy M.

Baltimore, 1970. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); side-staplebound self-wrappers; 8pp. printed from typescript. Near Fine condition. A paper presented at the 1970 meeting of the American Psychological Association "as part of a panel discussion of 'Social Psychology and Women's Liberation.'" The Pittsburgh-based women's liberation association Know, Inc., would reprint this paper the same year. OCLC locates three copies of this edition as of April, 2019, at Central Connecticut, Northwestern, and U. Michigan.

$50.00

[Drop title] Education of Women Around the World [Info Digest from Business and Professional Women's Foundation]
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[Drop title] Education of Women Around the World [Info Digest from Business and Professional Women's Foundation]

By BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S FOUNDATION

Washington DC: Business and Professional Women's Foundation, n.d., ca. 1970. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); side-staplebound self-wrappers; 8pp. printed from typescript. Near Fine condition. Short, neutral descriptions of women's education by continent and country based on census information taken between 1963 and 1969.

$25.00

Male Supremacy
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Male Supremacy

By [WOMEN] O'CONNOR, Lynn

Pittsburgh: Know, Inc, n.d., ca. 1970. Offprint. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); white pictorial side-stapled self-wrappers; 9pp.; text printed from typescript. Near Fine. Study of male supremacy and chauvinism, concluding with the reassurance that "there is nothing wrong with women fighting for themselves," even if they are initally put down for being "reformist."

$75.00

Man-Hating
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Man-Hating

By KEARON, Pamela

New York: The Feminists, [1969]. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (28cm.); tan side-stapled wrappers; 3pp. printed from typescript. Fine condition. Argument for misandry as a response to man's hatred for and harm to women.

$60.00

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