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    Connexions: an international women's quarterly; issue #1 Summer 1981 Women organizing against violence

    Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1981. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles. This issue contains articles on Belfast and the IRA/British Army, Argentina's Disappeared, Apartheid in South Africa etc.


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    The Coloured Pictorial. No 11. August 2 1902 by Orford, W R [ed.]

    London: The "Celvicol" Co Ltd. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Staples rusted. 1902. First Edition. Illustrated paper cover. 270mm x 190mm (11" x 7"). 26pp. .


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    ANTIQUE AIRPLANES QUARTERLEY, Vol. 1, No. 1 Collector's Edition. by Allan, Douglas, Ed

    Derby CT: Sharon Publishing, 1961. Illustrated by Color & b/w photos, line drawings. First edition. (Magazine), stapled-wraps. 4to. pp. 64. VG. Traces of rubbing..


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    Medical Science Research Vol. 26, No. 1, January 1998 by Dixon, Bernard, Editior

    Chapman & Hall, 1998 Medical Science Research journal, "rapid publication of concise reports in medical science". Pale blue covers, red and blue titling. Illustrated. Shipping charges are calculated for a standard parcel under 1 kg. Additional charges will apply for heavier shipments, but not until the customer agrees. Canadian customers, please note that applicable sales taxes will be added. Please contact us with any questions you might have. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    The Ladder; vol. 7, #3, December 1962, Christmas issue by Martin, Del, editor

    San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1962. Magazine. 28p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, issue number inked on cover otherwise a very good digest-size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Daughters of Bilitis was formed in 1955 in San Francisco by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon and was based upon - and in the beginning supported by - the homophile organization The Mattachine Society and One Magazine. The Ladder was the house organ/newsletter and published information, news, events, articles, poetry and stories relevant to the lesbian reader.


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    The Decoy Hunter, Number 31 (May-June 1986) by Giacoletto, Bernard (Bernie), (ed.)

    Clinton NJ: The Decoy Hunter, 1986. Ephemera. Good+ with no dust jacket. Stapled binding. Clean, off-white pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Wraps have general handling wear. Front of wraps has remnant of mailing label; postmark on back. Content: Judy Mayer, "The Perdew Tradition Lives On." Larry M. Smith, "A Diary of a Decoy Collector." Various other advertisements and items of interest to decoy collectors. ; 8.5" tall; 22 pages; Re#.


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    Connexions: an international women's quarterly; issue #3 Winter 1982; Global lesbianism 1

    Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1982. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles. This issue contains articles on lesbians international.


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    Reader's Digest: Magic and Medicine of Plants

    Sydney: Reader's Digest, 1994 The cover has minor wear. The edges of the book have light spotting. 464 pages.. Paper Back. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Size G: 10"-11" Tall (254-279mm).


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    Connexions: an international women's quarterly; issue #6 Fall 1982; Environment from the ground up

    Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1982. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles. This issue contains articles on ecology and environmental issues.


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    National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 97, Number 3 (September 2009) by Jones, Thomas W. (ed.); Sanborn, Melinde Lutz (ed.); Pierce, Alycon Trubey; Moneta, Daniela; Grissom, Marieta A.; Hill, Ronald A

    Arlington, Virginia: National Genealogical Society, 2009. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Pages bright and clean. Wrappers have general handling wear. ; Contents: Pierce, Isabella (Iliff) Jones Shepherd's elusive first husband of Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Ohio. Moneta, Virginia Pughs and North Carolina Wests: a genetic link from slavery in Kentucky. Grissom, Untangling intertwined branches: Caroline McNeill and Caroline Spencer in Lee County and Marion County, Iowa. Hill, "Tout le Monde": the marriage consent for William Moyse and Mary Pearse in Cornwall, England. Reviews, features. ; 10.0" tall; 70 pages.


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    Gallery February 1973 the Entertainment Magazine for Men

    Chicago: Gallery, 1973. Volume One Number Four. 168 pp. Clean, well-bound pages have occasional pencil markings which have been erased but are still evident. Covers are torn near staples and along spine cover; bottom front edge has small chips. Articles include: Jack Lemmon interview seven and one-half pages in length, five page article on music group Chicago, fiction by Robert Bloch, four page interview with photos of Brigitte Bardot, essay by Peter Fonda and Jim Morrison remembered.. Soft Cover. Good +. Magazine.


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    National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 95, Number 3 (September 2007) by Jones, Thomas W. (ed.); Sanborn, Melinde Lutz (ed.); Devine, Donn; Bettag, Claire Mire; Fleming, Ann Carter; McDonald, David

    Arlington, Virginia: National Genealogical Society, 2007. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Pages bright and clean. Wrappers have general light handling wear. Mailing label on back. ; Contents: Devine, The common law of England: a key resource for American genealogists. Bettag, Civil law concepts and genealogy: learning from the French model. Fleming, Genealogical applications of American statute law. McDonald, Protestant church law and records in America: some denominations and archives. Reviews, features. ; 10.0" tall; 72 pages.


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    Esquire: The Magazine for Men (August 1967) by Gingrich, Arnold (Publisher)

    Chicago, IL: Esquire, Inc.. A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 144 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in lightly worn, lightly soiled outer covers showing light corner creases, periodic chips along outer narrow spine; internal pages are in excellent condition. Contents include: The Dark Side of L.B.J. by James Deakin; play The Latent Heterosexual by Paddy Chayefsky; You Gits a Little Uppity and You Lands in Jail by Robert Lipsyte ("That's the way the system works and that's why Dick Gregory is out to change it"); fiction Pigeons by Isaac Bashevis Singer; Name - Igor 'Turk' Vaganov; Evidence - See Below by John Berendt (John F. Kennedy assassination); Will the Real Warren Beatty Please Shut Up by Rex Reed; 'The 1968 nomination? I do not rule it out' - Harold Stassen by Bernard Weinraub ("That's the spirit, Harold - one more time. Nobody's counting"); The Logistics of Dying by David Sudnow ("Plan now to die during the night shift, with your eyes closed and your relatives nowhere in sight"). . Good. Magazine. 1st Edition. 1967.


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    TEXAS RANGERS: May 1951 by Texas Rangers (Jackson Cole; Lee Bond; Barry Scobee; Leslie Ernenwein; William O'Sullivan)

    NY: Better Publications, 1951. Vol. 42, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "Brush Country Bullion" (complete novel; Jim Hatfield series) by Jackson Cole. Includes "Long Sam Comes Through" by Lee Bond; "Water for His Cattle" (novelette) by Barry Scobee; "Blind Man's Bluff" by Leslie Ernenwein; "A Man of Importance" by William O'Sullivan. Features: "The Frontier Post" by Captain Starr; "Sagebrush Savvy" by S. Omar barker; "Scourge of the Smugglers" (true story) by Harold Pierce. Illustrations by Parkhurst, Farren, Al Savitt, Carker, and others.. Upper front cover edge-corner has a piece out; creasing; short tears; stress; minor stain at upper rear cover foredge corner.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good.


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    The Ladder: a lesbian review; vol. 9, #5 & 6, February/March 1965 by Gittings, Barbara, editor,Gene Damon [pseudonym of Barbara Grier] et al

    San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1965. Magazine. 28p., including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches light foxing on bottom edges of the pages otherwise a good digest-size magazine in pictorial wraps, rusty staples. Part 4 of ECHO - East Coast Homophile Organizations Daughters of Bilitis was formed in 1955 in San Francisco by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon and was based upon - and in the beginning supported by - the homophile organization The Mattachine Society and One Magazine. The Ladder was the house organ/newsletter and published information, news, events, articles, poetry and stories relevant to the lesbian reader.


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    Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication, Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 1977) by Worth, Sol (ed.); Mead, Margaret; Foerstel, Lenora Shargo; Messaris, Paul; Pallenik, Michael; Holaday, Duncan; Ruby, Jay

    Washington D.C.: Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication, 1977. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled binding is sound. Pages clean, tanned. Wrappers have small amount of writing on front, handling wear, light overall tanning. ; Contents: Mead, Introduction to "Cultural Influence on Perception." Foerstel, Cultural influences on perception. Messaris and Pallenik, Attribution adn inference in the interpretation of candid and staged film events. Holaday, review of Hockings (ed.), Principles of visual anthropology. Ruby, discussion of Penn, Worlds in a small room. Notes and news. 11.0" tall; 64 pages.


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    The Ladder: a lesbian review; vol. 12, #10, August 1968 by Sanders, Helen, editor, Jane Rule, Gene Damon [aka Barbara Grier] et al

    San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1968. Magazine. 48p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good digest-size magazine in pictorial wraps. Contains Jane Rule's "My Country Wrong" Daughters of Bilitis was formed in 1955 in San Francisco by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon and was based upon - and in the beginning supported by - the homophile organization The Mattachine Society and One Magazine. The Ladder was the house organ/newsletter and published information, news, events, articles, poetry and stories relevant to the lesbian reader.


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    Meccano Magazine. March 1935 by The Editor

    Liverpool: Meccano Ltd. Worn condition. Cover heavily rubbed. 1935. First Edition. Colour illustrated paper cover. 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 62pp. .


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    Connexions: an international women's quarterly; issue #10 Fall 1983; Global lesbianism 2

    Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1983. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles. This issue contains articles on lesbians international part two.


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    AVN NOVELTY SUPPLEMENT; [Adult Video News]

    Chatsworth, CA: AVN Publications Inc, 2004. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.. 100 pp. Glossy all-color industry magazine with news and advertisements. Cal Exotics Celebrates 10 Years in Toys. Company profiles of Las Vegas Novelties, Crystal Climax, Forbidden Novelties. Novelty news, reviews. Cover: Cal Novelties' exclusives Linn Thomas and Nick Manning.


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    Persimmon Hill: Volume 9 Number 2

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1979. Slick paper - quarterly publication for aficionados of the Old West. Magazine format. This issue (cover photo of John Wayne accepting Oscar for "True Grit"), featuring articles, "Sheep Shearing.Rangeland ritual.", "Andy Adams.Log of a cowboy", "The Durable Harley May" & "Why The Western: our unique past on film". Fine.. Soft Cover.


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1950 by Astounding (H. Beam Piper; Bernard I. Kahn; L. Sprague de Camp; Frank Belknap Long; Alfred Bester)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1950. Vol. XLV, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Miller for "Last Enemy" (novelette) by H. Beam Piper. Includes "A Pinch of Culture" (novelette) by Bernmard I. Kahn; "Git Along" by L. Sprague de Camp; "Prison Bright, Prison Deep" by Frank Belknap Long; "The Devil's Invention" by Alfred Bester. Articles: "How to Build a Thinking Machine" by J. J. Coupling; "Linguistics and Time" by Arthur J. Cox. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Perfect Thinking Mechanism"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "Book Reviews"; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Brush, Cartier, Miller, and Noyga. Tanning; cover bumps; staple wear.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    [TELEHOR: MEZINARODNI CASOPIS PRO VISUALNI KULTURU... THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW NEW VISION... (Year) 1; (Nos.) 1-2, 1936.] L. MOHOLY-NAGY by [MOHOLY-NAGY]. Kalivoda, Fr. editor

    Brno: Telehor, 1936. First edition. Moholy-Nagy. 4to., 138 pp., color and b&w plates from paintings, photographs, photograms, graphics and filmstrips. Metal spiral bound printed wrappers, with original glassine over-wrapper and the plain paper outer wrapper which is chipped. There is a tiny bit of rubbing to the lower edge, less than one sixteenth of an inch wide on the front wrapper; else fine, near new, including the plain black card that was issued to protect the rear wrapper. This is the rare variant issue with black wrappers and the artist's name on the front wrapper. Housed in a new clamshell box of cloth with a morocco foredge. This multilingual (French, English, German and Czech) international review published only this single combined volume. The entire issue is devoted to the work of Lazslo Moholy-Nagy, his paintings, photographs and graphics. Edited by Frantisek Kalivoda, with texts by Moholy-Nagy, including, "From Pigment to light", "A new instrument of vision", "Problems of the modern film", and "Once a chicken, always a chicken." The introduction is by Sigfried Giedion, and a short a text by Frantisek Kalivoda. The first illustration shows the glassine over-wrapper.


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    Taste of latex: entertainment for the sexually disenfranchised vol. 1, #5; sex on the cutting edge by Braindrop, Lily, editor/publisher [pseudonym of Lily Burana] Danielle Willis, Mark I. Chester, Charles Gatewood et al

    San Francisco: Tasteful Productions, 1991. Magazine. 36p., 8.25x10.75 inches, illustrations, photos, interviews, fiction, very good magazine on newsprint and matte paper, stapled pictorial wraps.


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    GIRLS AND CORPSES

    Studio City, CA: G&C Magazine, 2007. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. Magazine of 80 pp. including covers and fold-out centerfold. Published by Robert Steven Rhine and Stephan Miller of Gunslinger Media Inc. Fantastic images of beautiful, scantily clag women with realistic models of rotting corpses illustrate articles and fake ads. Rhine interviews an embalmer. Interview with writer/director Adam Green, maker of horror film Hatchet: Old School American Horror. Interview with Sheri Moon Zombie, Rob Zombie's buxom wife. Review of movies: H6: Diary of a Serial Killer. Clown Porn star Hollie Stevens with corpse made up as clown. Interview with Jim Smith, co-creator of Ren & Stimpy. And another interview by Kevin Klemm with Jorg Buttgereit, director of Nekromantik and other creepy-sexy horror flicks. And AOD, the Angels of Death, women's roller derby team. Closes with Sex Tips from Doctor Necco Feelya.


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