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Tonnancour

Tonnancour

by Arthur M Woodford

Motown Underground

Motown Underground

by Doug Allyn

The Purple Gang

The Purple Gang

by Paul R Kavieff

The Last Farmer

The Last Farmer

by Howard Kohn

Three Flags At the Straits

Three Flags At the Straits

by Walter Havighurst

Detroit Is My Own Home Town

Detroit Is My Own Home Town

by Malcolm W Bingay

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Bo's Lasting Lessons

by Bo; Bacon, John U Schembechler

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Michigan In Four Centuries

by F Clever Bald

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Harmony and Dissonance

by Sidney M Bolkosky

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Harmony and Dissonance

by Bolkosky Sidney

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Emergence and Growth Of an Urban Region

by Constantinos A Doxiadis

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Bo's Lasting Lessons

by Bo, and Bacon, John Schembechler

Michigan Books & Ephemera

The Many and The Few

The Many and The Few

by Kraus, Henry

Hilltop In Michigan

Hilltop In Michigan

by Seymour, George Steele

Network, voice of UAW militants, no. 1, February - March, 1975

Network, voice of UAW militants, no. 1, February - March, 1975

by Weinberg, Jack, ed

Highland Park, MI: Network, 1975. 35p., stapled wraps, illus., 6.75x8.5 inches, first page unevenly toned else very good condition. IS was involved with this group; Jack was a key figure in Berkeley's FSM (he was the character in a cop car trapped by supporters).
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$20.00
Color Coordination: Steel Finish and Desk Top Colors by Yawman and Erbe Mfg. Co.; Color belongs... in your office  [with]  Skyline Contemporary Office Furniture: Style, Beauty, Quality, Function. Shaw-Walker: "Built Like a Skyscraper"  [two advertising brochures]

Color Coordination: Steel Finish and Desk Top Colors by Yawman and Erbe Mfg. Co.; Color belongs... in your office [with] Skyline Contemporary Office Furniture: Style, Beauty, Quality, Function. Shaw-Walker: "Built Like a Skyscraper" [two advertising brochures]

Rochester NY / Muskegon MI: Yawman and Erbe / Shaw-Walker, 1960. Pamphlet. Respectively a single folio sheet of coated alkaline paperstock bearing 15 color samples, it folds in half (to 8x11 inches) with color renderings of executive interiors verso (the boss is looking out of his high-rise digs with a telescope in one, the other shows a business-suited lady with an ocelot on a leash). The other item consists of two folio sheet stapled purposely off-center, this displays ten panels measuring 11x8.5... Read more
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$35.00
National Defense Migration; hearings before the [Committee] pursuant to H. Res. 113, a resolution to inquire further into the interstate migration of citizens, emphasizing the present and potential consequences of the migration caused by the national defense program. Part 24. Washington hearings. December 22 and 23, 1941

National Defense Migration; hearings before the [Committee] pursuant to H. Res. 113, a resolution to inquire further into the interstate migration of citizens, emphasizing the present and potential consequences of the migration caused by the national defense program. Part 24. Washington hearings. December 22 and 23, 1941

by United States. House of Representatives. Select Committee Investigating National Defense Migration

Washington: GPO, 1941. 9411-9638p., wraps slightly worn, occasional foxing throughout. On the movement of workers occasioned by shifts in defense-related employment; includes material on the auto industry in Detroit.
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$30.00
Ocherki po istorii anarkhicheskikh ideĭ i statʹi po raznym sotsialʹnym voprosam. Очерки по истории анархических идей, и статьи по разным социальным вопросам

Ocherki po istorii anarkhicheskikh ideĭ i statʹi po raznym sotsialʹnym voprosam. Очерки по истории анархических идей, и статьи по разным социальным вопросам

by Nettlau, Max

Detroit: Profsoyuz, 1951. Paperback. 397p., paperback, minor shelfwear, very good; text in Russian. "Outline of the history of ideas of anarchy, and other articles on various subjects." By one of the foremost historians of anarchism.
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$35.00
The UAW in pictures

The UAW in pictures

by Pflug, Warner

Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1971. 194p., wraps slightly shelfworn, illus., 8.5x11 inches.
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$15.00
Negro-Jewish relationships

Negro-Jewish relationships

by Wolf, Eleanor Paperno, Alvin D. Loving and Donald C. Marsh

Detroit: Wayne Universtiy Press, 1944. 7p., wraps. First in a series of studies cosponsored by Detroit's Jewish Community Council and NAACP chapter on the conflict between the two groups that manifested itself in the city's 1943 race riots.
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$35.00
Where did Cain get his wife

Where did Cain get his wife

by House of David

Benton Harbor, MI: Israelite House of David, [193-?]. 15, [i]p., wraps, front wrap illustrated, 4.25x5.75 inches. Issued by the religious commune.
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$25.00
The Male Whore's Song poems

The Male Whore's Song poems

by Veryzer, Guy Summertree

Highland Park, MI: Fallen Angel Press, 1978. Paperback. 29p., illustrated with drawings by the poet, very good first edition trade paperback in slim pictorial black wraps. Young 3922. Debut of the Detroit poet features a cycle of poems about Paul Verlaine.
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$30.00
REPORT OF THE GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN VERSUS ABEL F. FITCH AND OTHERS, COMMONLY CALLED THE RAIL ROAD CONSPIRATORS: TRIED BEFORE HIS HONOR WARNER WING, PRESIDING JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE, AT THE MAY TERM, 1851, IN THE CITY OF DETROIT. CONTAINING THE EVIDENCE, ARGUMENTS OF COUNSEL, CHARGE OF THE COURT AND VERDICT OF THE JURY

REPORT OF THE GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN VERSUS ABEL F. FITCH AND OTHERS, COMMONLY CALLED THE RAIL ROAD CONSPIRATORS: TRIED BEFORE HIS HONOR WARNER WING, PRESIDING JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE, AT THE MAY TERM, 1851, IN THE CITY OF DETROIT. CONTAINING THE EVIDENCE, ARGUMENTS OF COUNSEL, CHARGE OF THE COURT AND VERDICT OF THE JURY

by [Fitch, Abel]

Detroit: Advertiser and Free Press, 1851. [2], 175, [1 errata], 283, [1 blank], 399, [1], 8 pp. Bound in legal buckram, gilt-stamped spine title and call number. Light scattered spotting, rubberstamp on title and half title. Half title inscription to Edward Everett from J. Eliot Thayer. Good+. Fitch was allegedly the chief conspirator in a plot to sabotage the Michigan Central Railroad. William Seward participated prominently in the defense of his case. "This tragicomedy resulted largely from... Read more
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$375.00
A transitional program for black liberation

A transitional program for black liberation

by Socialist Workers Party

New York: Merit Publishers, 1969. 14p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, very good but for slight staple rust inside front cover.
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$20.00
VINDICATION OF BRIG. GEN. J. MCKINSTRY, FORMERLY QUARTERMASTER WESTERN DEPARTMENT

VINDICATION OF BRIG. GEN. J. MCKINSTRY, FORMERLY QUARTERMASTER WESTERN DEPARTMENT

by McKinstry, Justus

[St. Louis, 1862. 102pp, stitched, original printed wrappers with wrapper title [as issued]. Wraps worn at extremities, with rear wrap detached but present. Else Very Good. This copy has the signature of 'Colonel A.M. Bowman, U.S.A. West Point N.Y.' An officer in the Mexican War who was brevetted major for gallantry at Churubusco, McKinstry later became a Quartermaster during General Fremont's short-lived command of the Army in Missouri. This appointment marked the beginning of his troubles. St.... Read more
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$450.00
ADDRESS OF THE LOUISIANA DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION, TO THE PEOPLE OF LOUISIANA

ADDRESS OF THE LOUISIANA DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION, TO THE PEOPLE OF LOUISIANA

by Democratic Association of Louisiana

[New Orleans? Baton Rouge?, 1848. 16pp. Upper blank forecorners of most leaves chipped [no text affected]. Good+ in later cloth with gilt-lettered spine title. The place of publication of this rare pamphlet is undetermined. Neither the Historic New Orleans Collection nor Yale-- the only two locations listed by OCLC-- has suggested one; Jumonville and Thompson do not record it, although Baton Rouge or New Orleans seems likely. The Association urges the presidential election of Democrat Lewis Cass,... Read more
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$850.00
AUTOGRAPH ALBUM CONTAINING MORE THAN 80 SIGNATURES, INCLUDING PROMINENT INDIVIDUALS WILLIAM H. SEWARD, JOHN A. DIX, HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, PRESTON KING, CHARLES SUMNER, AND OTHERS; ABOUT 40 SIGNATURES OF MEMBERS OF THE 36TH AND 37TH U.S. CONGRESS AND CABINET MEMBERS DATED ABOUT 1861; SOME PROMINENT MEN FROM TEHE MONTANTA TERRITORY; AND ABOUT TWENTY-TWO SIGNATURES FROM THE AREA AROUND EUREKA, CALIFORNIA DATED 1908-1909, MANY OF WHICH ARE U.S. ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS

AUTOGRAPH ALBUM CONTAINING MORE THAN 80 SIGNATURES, INCLUDING PROMINENT INDIVIDUALS WILLIAM H. SEWARD, JOHN A. DIX, HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, PRESTON KING, CHARLES SUMNER, AND OTHERS; ABOUT 40 SIGNATURES OF MEMBERS OF THE 36TH AND 37TH U.S. CONGRESS AND CABINET MEMBERS DATED ABOUT 1861; SOME PROMINENT MEN FROM TEHE MONTANTA TERRITORY; AND ABOUT TWENTY-TWO SIGNATURES FROM THE AREA AROUND EUREKA, CALIFORNIA DATED 1908-1909, MANY OF WHICH ARE U.S. ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS

by Ashley, J.A. and Family, of Michigan

1900. 5-1/4" x 7-3/4". Approx. [160] pp. Autograph album with red gilt decorated covers [worn, boards detached but present, spine missing]. Pages have been removed, and the remaining pages are mostly loosened. Signatures are written both directly on the book's pages and also on separate pieces of paper tipped in. Some toning and staining of the occasional page. While the binding is in in fair condition, the pages that remain are Good+ to Very Good.Autographs include in part: "Auburn Nov. 14, 1860,... Read more
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$1,500.00
Labor Notes [12 issues] 2017

Labor Notes [12 issues] 2017

by Moody, Kim, director

Detroit, MI: Labor Education & Research Project, 2017. Magazine. Twelve issues of the newsletter, fpr a complete run for 2017. Issues present are Nos. 454-465 15p. each, 8 x 10.75 inches, stapled wraps, newsprint; all with worn wraps and address printed on rear wraps, some toning, else generally very good condition.
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$25.00
How to graft a letter from a dean of public administration to his graduates

How to graft a letter from a dean of public administration to his graduates

by Upson, Lent D

Detroit: privately printed, 1942. 29p., staplebound 8x5 inch plain printed wraps; spinefold is torn in several places, the largest of which tear has responded nicely to our ministrations with document tape (applied verso; we know what we're doing). Expect also mild toning of paperstock and a small neat ownership signature on cover. On p.2 a useful "Tentative classification of graft," which opens with "Staple and Fancy Thievery" from hand-in-till to licencing and fees. On to "Larceny by Extortion" with... Read more
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$25.00
Brother Gardner's Lime-Kiln club: being the regular proceedings of the regular club for the last three years. With some philosophy, considerable music, a few lectures, and a heap of advice worth reading. Not compiled in the interests of Congress, or any department of government. Illustrated by Gean Smith

Brother Gardner's Lime-Kiln club: being the regular proceedings of the regular club for the last three years. With some philosophy, considerable music, a few lectures, and a heap of advice worth reading. Not compiled in the interests of Congress, or any department of government. Illustrated by Gean Smith

by Quad, M. and Brother Gardner

Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co, 1882. Hardcover. 300p., first edition, illustrated with 11 fullpage wood engravings of urban and country African American life; these stylized and quite capable, if stereotyped. Minor edgewear. no DJ. Dialect novel set in Detroit's black community, by a European American author. For a change of pace, the table of contents page is arranged in Alphabetical order (!?!).
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$35.00
US Peace Council: a decade of struggle

US Peace Council: a decade of struggle

Detroit: US Peace Council, 1989. 12-panel folded brochure, very good. Introduction to the organization.
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$12.00
Trial and error; the Detroit school segregation case

Trial and error; the Detroit school segregation case

by Wolf, Eleanor P

Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1981. Hardcover. 372p., first printing. casebinding yawns considerably, fading along spine of dj.
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$20.00
Heritage of struggle, the historical setting for the Flint sitdown strikes

Heritage of struggle, the historical setting for the Flint sitdown strikes

by [United Auto Workers]

Detroit: UAW Education Department, 1977. 38p., staplebound pamphlet, very good, 4.25x6 inches. At top of front cover: The historic march for justice. Revised October 1977.
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$12.00
The Hispanic business ownership and industry concentration in Michigan: a comparison to national patterns

The Hispanic business ownership and industry concentration in Michigan: a comparison to national patterns

by Rosenbaum, Rene Perez

East Lansing: Julian Samora Research Institute, 1995. 14p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, tables, figures, conclusion, endnotes, very good report in stapled gray printed wraps. JSRI Statisitical Brief #3.
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$15.00
Winning Grievances; A picture strip that illustrates winning grievance procedure

Winning Grievances; A picture strip that illustrates winning grievance procedure

Detroit: UAW, 1973. Pamphlet. 74p., staplebound booklet, very good; cartoons with text. Publication number 189.
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$12.00
What hath god wrought? [handbill]

What hath god wrought? [handbill]

by Labadie, Laurance

[Detroit]: the author, [193-?]. Small handbill on blue paper, 5x7 inches, very good condition, printed on one side only. "Sometimes I wonder what God was doing the eons and eons, back into infinity, before he suddenly conceived the idea of creating a globule and populating it with lunatics...
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$25.00
Active Transformation: a direct action anarchist newspaper [five issues]

Active Transformation: a direct action anarchist newspaper [five issues]

Lansing, MI: A.T. Collective, 2000. Five issues of the tabloid format newspaper, all with horizontal fold, mild toning. Issues present are vol. 2 nos. 1, 2, 5; vol. 3 nos. 2 and 3.
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$35.00
Working Detroit; the making of a union town. With Ron Alpern, Dave Elsila, and John Revitte

Working Detroit; the making of a union town. With Ron Alpern, Dave Elsila, and John Revitte

by Babson, Steve

New York: Adama Books, 1984. ix, 246p., extensive illustrations, very good condition, dj.
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$20.00
America's Son: The Odyssey of John Espinoza - From the Texas Cotton Fields to Vietnam and the Michigan Legislature

America's Son: The Odyssey of John Espinoza - From the Texas Cotton Fields to Vietnam and the Michigan Legislature

by Denison, Ray W

Port Sanilac, Michigan: Denison Arts, 2006. 182 pages including 11 pages of photographs. Gift inscription on title page "Best wishes, John" (it would be nice if it was John Espinoza himself). Tight binding, square uncreased spine, cover shows corner creases, minor rubbing/wear to edges. Pages bright and clean throughout. A sound and satisfactory copy. "From youth in a classed-off society of migrant labor to the shock and shell of Vietnam and the front line of the Cold War, this is the... Read more
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$45.00