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Revolution In Seattle

Revolution In Seattle

by Harvey O'Connor

"Originally published in 1964 by Monthly Review Press, New York."
Skid Road

Skid Road

by Murray Morgan

Island In the Sound

Island In the Sound

by Hazel Heckman

Pig War Islands

Pig War Islands

by David Richardson

The Seattle General Strike

The Seattle General Strike

by Robert L Friedheim

Island Year

Island Year

by Hazel Heckman

Sons Of the Profits

Sons Of the Profits

by William C Speidel

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Men and Machines

by Otto and Louis Goldblatt Hagel

Washington Books & Ephemera

Paulina Preferred

Paulina Preferred

by Linck, James G

News For an Empire

News For an Empire

by Dyar, Ralph E

The Northwest Coast

The Northwest Coast

by Swan, James G

Flights of the Harvest-Mare

Flights of the Harvest-Mare

by Bierds, Linda

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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$25.00
So What If They See [illustrations by lin lucas as noted]

So What If They See [illustrations by lin lucas as noted]

by Harris, Fran J

Seattle: author as Straightup Creation, 2000. Pamphlet. 78p., b&w sketch and newsclip illustrations; staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch yellow cardstock wraps printed black, untrimmed foredge, clean and sound, a very good copy. Sophisticated anger (or despair); author Fran Harris takes as epigraph an account from a Romare Bearden biography (how he was pushed through an artist's block). Her publishing and contact information (and supplied subtitle) appear on p.8.
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$20.00
Seattle's International District: the making of a pan-Asian American community

Seattle's International District: the making of a pan-Asian American community

by Chin, Doug

Seattle: International Examiner Press, 2009. 141p., very good paperback, second edition.
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$12.00
Men: #3

Men: #3

by Esser, Chuck, editor, Harvey Jackins, et al

Seattle: Rational Island Pub, 1985. Magazine. 104p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, essays, news, opinion, services and resources, illustrations, very good magazine journal in stapled white pictorial wraps. Re-Evaluation Counseling. Jackins was a labor organizer who became involved with Dianetics and lifted some of the ideas, added his own jargon and created the RC.
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$20.00
A Review of Birds of Washington (Wahl) and Supplement to Birds of Southeastern Washington

A Review of Birds of Washington (Wahl) and Supplement to Birds of Southeastern Washington

by Weber, John W

Buteo Books, 2010. Paperback. New. A review and critique of Birds of Washington: Status and Distribution edited by Terence R. Wahl, Bill Tweit and Steven G. Mlodinow. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2005. Weber places particular importance on specimen records and is critical of Wahl et als uneven citation of the literature on Washington's avifauna. The Supplement to Weber and Larrison's Birds of Southeastern Washington (1977) reports on fieldwork in the Blue Mountains and updates to... Read more
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$10.00
Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885 - 1915

Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885 - 1915

by LeWarne, Charles Pierce

Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1975. Hardcover. 325p., illus., first edition, very good condition in a shelf worn dj with a minor stain on the front panel.
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$17.00
March on Washington. Bring all the GI's home NOW. End the draft NOW. April 24 [poster]

March on Washington. Bring all the GI's home NOW. End the draft NOW. April 24 [poster]

by Student Mobilization Committee

New York: SMC, 1971. 11x17 inch poster, very good. Issued to promote the April 24 demonstration against the Vietnam War held in Washington DC.
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$60.00
SONS OF THE PROFITS

SONS OF THE PROFITS

by WILLIAM C. SPEIDEL

1992. Hardcover . Very Good /Very Good .
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$23.00
THE NORTHWEST COAST; OR, THREE YEARS' RESIDENCE IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY

THE NORTHWEST COAST; OR, THREE YEARS' RESIDENCE IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY

by Swan, James G

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857. 435pp., including folding map and many illustrations. Frontis. Publisher's red blindstamped cloth, spine gilt. Light wear to extremities, minor soiling to boards, corners bumped, light tanning and occasional foxing throughout. Near fine. The author resided in Washington Territory (actually both Oregon and Washington) during 1853-55. According to Decker, he was a "secret agent for the Northern Pacific Railroad." Much of this book, however, is devoted to Swan's... Read more
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$750.00
County and Township of Oregon and Washington

County and Township of Oregon and Washington

by MITCHELL, Samuel Augustus Jr

Philadelphia: Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr., 1881. unbound. very good(+). Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 20" x 14.5".<br/><br/> Great double page map of Washington and Oregon divided into counties and some townships. Shows towns, waterways, railroads, topographical details and Indian reservations. In excellent condition. Also available in 1882 edition. S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. continued his father's successful mapmaking and publishing business, and... Read more
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$135.00
Rand McNally Washington Easyfinder Map

Rand McNally Washington Easyfinder Map

by Rand McNally and Company

Rand McNally. New. 1998. Map. Laminated map. New. Fast shipping.; 9.0 X 4.0 X 0.2 inches; Laminated map. New. Fast shipping. .
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$12.99
Seattle Day Souvenir. Official Program. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Sept. 6, 1909

Seattle Day Souvenir. Official Program. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Sept. 6, 1909

by Dresen, J. G. (Gen. Mgr.)

A.-Y.-P.- Official Programme Co, 1909. First Edition. Trade Paperback. 16 pages. Program for the day on three separate pages. Numerous advertisements. B/W illustrations. The A-Y-P Exposition was a world's fair in Seattle publicizing the development of the Pacific Northwest. The fairgrounds became the campus of the University of Washington. First edition (first printing). Very good copy in purple wrappers (paperback) with lettering and ruling in gilt on cover. Some fading to cover lower edge and wear to... Read more
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$37.50
THE WASHINGTON 89

THE WASHINGTON 89

by TWENEY, George H

Morongo Valley: The Sagebrush Press, 1989. First Edition. 98 pages. SIGNED by the author in ink on the front free endpaper. First Edition. Limited to 890 copies. Small octavo. No jacket as issued. Beige linen with brown cloth spine. Illustrated from facsimilies and a photograph of Chief Seattle. Folding map frontispiece (from 1838 Map of Oregon Territory). George Tweney's buisness card laid in. Descriptive bibliography of 89 significant books, published before 1959, tracing the history of Washington... Read more
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$65.00
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]

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]

[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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$80.00
Teddy Roosevelt Growls

Teddy Roosevelt Growls

by No author listed

Ephemera, Schools, Port Angeles, Washington State, Roosevelt Junior High, Centennial, History, Clallam County, Puget SoundCondition: Good. Booklet of the Centennial Edition of the Port Angeles, WA Roosevelt Junior High publication titled Teddy Roosevelt Growls. 24 pages, highly illustrated with history and photographs of Port Angeles and Clallam County from 1862 to 1962 (date of this publication). Some age yellowing to pages, center spine is folded but not stapled. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. All... Read more
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$9.95
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]

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]

[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], 1920. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, very good. 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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$95.00
Living in Leather: A national conference for Lesbians and Gays of the Leather Lifestyle [three programs and one newsletter]

Living in Leather: A national conference for Lesbians and Gays of the Leather Lifestyle [three programs and one newsletter]

by National Leather Association

Seattle: NLA, 1989. Newspaper. Three tabloid newspaper-style programs, 24p., 20p. & 32p., and one 12p. newsletter in tabloid format, photos, ads, event programming, articles, very goodon newsprint. Susie Bright, Pat Califia et al. held in Seattle and Portland. Programs for the 1986, 1988 & 1989 conferences numbers 1, 3 and 4. Newsletter for the 1989 includes a map of Portland at rear and a registration form.
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$75.00
A Death in Washington;  Walter G. Krivitsky and the Stalin Terror

A Death in Washington; Walter G. Krivitsky and the Stalin Terror

by Kern, Gary

New York: Enigma Books. Hardcover. xxii, 491p., very good condition in like dj, facsimiles, portraits. Kern tells the story of Walter Krivitsky, a Soviet intelligence defector before World War II broke out, who provided much insight into the espionage and intelligence activities by the Soviet government. However, his mysterious death in 1941 was reportedly a suicide but surrounded by strange circumstances.
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$15.00
Kongbu toduknom, huimang ui sonsaengnim: Sin Ho-bom chajon esei

Kongbu toduknom, huimang ui sonsaengnim: Sin Ho-bom chajon esei

by Shin, Paull Hobom

Seoul: Ungjin Chisik Hausu, 2000. 304p., very good in wraps. text in Korean. Autobiographical account of Paull Shim, a Korean street kid adopted by a GI during the Korean War who ended up earning a PhD and becoming a Washington State congressman and senator.
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$25.00
Whose side are you on, theirs or Nixon's? Bring all the GI's home now! End the draft now! March on Washington. April 24 [poster]

Whose side are you on, theirs or Nixon's? Bring all the GI's home now! End the draft now! March on Washington. April 24 [poster]

by National Peace Action Coalition

Washington DC: NPAC, 1971. 11x17 inch poster, very good. Issued to promote the April 24 demonstration against the Vietnam War held in Washington DC.
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$60.00
Americanism versus Bolshevism

Americanism versus Bolshevism

by Hanson, Ole

Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1920. Hardcover. xi, 299p., spine & front cover lettering dulled, minor staining of cover, some edge wear & a few indentations on the cover else good condition. "Demonstrates that although Hanson did not invent bias, he made a name for himself using it." *No. 92 in Dione Miles' "Something in common -- an IWW bibliography.
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$18.00
Johsel Namkung: an artist's view of nature; Seattle Museum, March 29 - May 28, 1978. Organized by Charles Cowles, curator of modern art

Johsel Namkung: an artist's view of nature; Seattle Museum, March 29 - May 28, 1978. Organized by Charles Cowles, curator of modern art

by Namkung, Johsel

Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1978. 36p., profusely illus. with color photographs, 11x10.5 inch wraps. Mild exterior crimping, cardstock covers foxed, a good-only copy. Namkung, born in South Korea, photographed natural scenes around his base of Seattle.
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$17.00
Island Year

Island Year

by Heckman, Hazel

Seattle (WA): University of Washington Press, 1972. "First Edition, First Printing". Hardcover. Near Fine/Good +. "Olin, Laurie". "Blue and Black marbled board coverts s with gilt lettering on spine; corners are lightly rubbed; White Endpapers; book interior is clean, bright, and tight; 8vo; 254 pages; illustrated; dustjacket is protected by a mylar wrapper and is clean and bright; front dustjacket panel has a moderate chip and closed tear at top edge; dustjacket spine panel... Read more
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$7.95