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PARTISAN REVIEW 1, Winter 1973 - Volume XL-Number 1

by PHILLIPS, William (Editor)

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Rutgers: Partisan Review, Inc., 1973. First edition. Softcover. 6 x 9" 158pp. Mild sunning to spine. Stories by Doris Lessing, Susan Sontang, Harold Rosenberg and many more.
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PAYROLL/TIME TABLE RECORDS FOR MIDLAND RAILROAD EMPLOYEES

PAYROLL/TIME TABLE RECORDS FOR MIDLAND RAILROAD EMPLOYEES

by STEWART, J.J

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August 1930 - October 1933. Good. Worn black leather notebook, owned by J.J. Stewart. Foredges worn and endpages separating from cover at outer corners. Each page records in pencil dates, names, and money paid.
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PM 3 THE WOMENS'S MOVEMENT WHERE IT'S AT ! Women in the military. THIS IS YOUR PROPERTY. IT...

PM 3 THE WOMENS'S MOVEMENT WHERE IT'S AT ! Women in the military. THIS IS YOUR PROPERTY. IT CANNOT LEGALLY BE TAKEN FROM YOU

by McCLAUSIN, BILL (ed)

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First printing. 8 1 2 x 11 newsprint. 7 pp. Folds to 5 1 2 x 8 1 2 Mild stain to front cover; some spotting to foredges, else very good. The first thing out of Tallahassee on the Womens Liberation Movement was a six page mimeo thing put out by Tallahassee Folk University as a study aid of what was happening in the Womens Movement in terms of literature. As the word about this pamphlet spread, new material was incorporated. PM #3 is probably the most complete listing of this type at this time. It lists periodicals, research/search aids/pamphlets, packets, paperbacks and new media efforts. Female liberation is not an organization. It is a nation-wide grass-roots movement of women who are getting together to discuss their oppression and to decide what they must do to end it... Female Liberation of Chapel Hill. Only 6 holdings in OCLC; none in commerce (2020).
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POEMS 1962-69

by NUTTALL, Jeff

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London: Fulcrum,(1970).. First edition. 96 pp. Near fine in full cloth with acetate dust jacket with a small wrinkle to top edge of dust jacket. Errata slip laid in.
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POEMS FROM JAIL

by SANDERS, Ed

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San Francisco: City Lights, 1963. First edition of Sanders’ first book. 8.5 x 5.25” 27pp. Stapled printed wrappers. Light soiling to covers, else near fine. Epic poem from the lead singer of The Fugs and owner of Peace Eye Bookstore. Written on toilet paper in his cell after being jailed for protesting the launch of nuclear submarines armed with nuclear missiles in Groton, CT. Sanders attempted to swim aboard the submarine during its commissioning to conduct a peace vigil on top of its missile hatches. [Sanders 2]. Ferlinghetti at City Lights insisted Sanders alter the text in the poem about Madame Chiang Kai-Shek by taking out her name and replacing it with “Lady,” fearful of a lawsuit and “his soldiers coming after [Sanders].”
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POETRY AND TRUTH: THE BELOIT LECTURES AND POEMS

by OLSON, CHARLES

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Four Seasons Foundation: San Francisco, 1971. Hardcover. First Edition. Edited by George F. Buterick. Near fine in boards, issued without dustwrapper. Issued as 'Writing 27'. 75pp. Introduction by Chad Walsh.
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POSTER: NATIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE, ATLANTA AND OPPOSING THE VIETNAM WAR, 1971

by NATIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE

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Np: np, [1971]. Poster. 11 x 17 inches. Very mild soiling and tanning to bottom edge. Artwork depicts a Vietnamese peasant carrying a rifle, with fearful young child. The conference was part of the May Day Gathering of Tribes, which followed the May Day Protests in Washington that spring. Very good.
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PREVENT A 2ND MASSACRE AT WOUNDED KNEE. SHOW YOUR SOLIDARITY WITH THE INDIAN NATIONS

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New York: Park Slope Poster Collective, [1973]. Original 11 x 17” poster in three colors. A vertical fold line with some ink smudges. On verso, in type, is the history of Wounded Knee and the current political position of the Oglala Sioux, as they reassert their sovereignty against the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Near fine. In 1973, AIM occupied the village of Wounded Knee for seventy-one-days. More than 2,000 AIM members sided with one faction of the Lakota against the tribal council chairman, whom they accused of corruption. They also protested the U.S. government’s failure to fulfill treaties with Indian peoples and demanded the re-opening of negotiations. The occupation involved hundreds of officers from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Marshalls and the FBI. Two Native Americans were shot. The events electrified American Indians, who were inspired by the sight of their people standing in defiance of the government which had so often failed them. Many Indian supporters traveled… Read More
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[Photography] Cafeteria Artwork
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[Photography] Cafeteria Artwork: A Photo Album of Color & Black and White Photographs Documenting School Cafeterias and Lunches

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136 photographs (125 of which are in color, 11 of which are black and white, and 26 of which are loose in a plastic sleeve). Photo album 29cm x 25cm, a bit bumped, with some wear to the head and tail of the spine. Sizes vary: 8.7cm x 8.5cm to 10cm x 15cm. A unique collection of photographs documenting the art work created for school cafeterias in various towns northwestern and north central Ohio. Most of the photographs appear to be from the mid-1980s, but a few later, loose photos, are also from 1997 (when a cafeteria worker retired), and one additional photo is dated 2004 on the back.
This is a rare glimpse into an important, but not often documented, part of American food culture: the school cafeteria lunch. Pictures show kids serving themselves food; food being prepared; the students at the lunch tables eating; and the cafeteria staff cleaning and maintaining equipment in the kitchen. There are also pictures of the kitchen workers relaxing and socializing. I would imagine that the… Read More
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Poster for a poetry reading at St. Mark’s Church

Poster for a poetry reading at St. Mark’s Church

by BERRIGAN, Ted & Dick Gallup

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New York: Poetry Project at St. Mark's, nd. First edition poster, 8.5 x 11 inches, printed in black and white on recto only. Illustrated with a picture of sprawling nudes.
Poster for a reading by Berrigan and Gallup at St. Mark's Church on March 28th. Minor tanning to outer edges, with two subtle breaking horizontal folds, presumably from being mailed, else fine.
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Prison Exposures: First Photographs Inside Prison by a Convict

by NEESE, Robert (fwd Erle Stanley Gardner)

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Philadelphia: Chilton Compoany, 1959. Second printing. (27cm). Cloth- backed boards; dustjacket; 135pp. Tight, straight copy with faint foxing to coated pages; Near Fine. In priced pictorial jacket, creased at edges, with some overall rubbing; Very Good. An inmate's intimate photographs of life inside the Iowa State Prison. A note on the copyright page states: "The older photographs in this book were taken by former prison photographer 'Satan' Andrews and by Tom Runyon. Both men are deceased.
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