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WHOLE EARTH CATALOG: ACCESS TO TOOLS. SPRING 1970

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Menlo Park, California: Portola Institute, 1970. 144pp. 14 1/2" x 10 3/4". Moderate wear with a tear on the front cover and yellowing of the paper. The staple binding is coming loose from the cover. Inside pages are tight. Name written and crossed out on page 1, top corner. The photograph on the cover, courtesty of Lick Observatory, shows the M-31 Andromeda galaxy, which is considered similiar to our own in structure and size. An American counterculture catalog published by Stewart Brand. Although the catalog lists all sorts of products for sale, the catalog themselves did not sell any of the products. The vendors and prices were listed alongside the items.
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[WOMEN] - [PORNOGRAPHY] [FILM]

[WOMEN] - [PORNOGRAPHY] [FILM]: Danger! Pornography??? “A Woman’s Liberation” / World’s Greatest Female Moment!


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WE ARE ALL CREATED EQUAL?
Np: Np: nd. [Ca. 1960s]. Original film poster. 27 3/4 x 41 3/4" orange poster with 1 inch white border. One vertical fold with three horizontal folds, three tiny holes (not affecting text), probably caused when removed a bulletin board and staples ripped out. Some chipping and small tears. Scarce. Not in OCLC.
This was an authentically documented film that was expertly researched for three years/consenting adults only/ X-RAY-TED/ "To all men and women who might be offended by the most complete understanding of carnal knowledge. Any adult entering this theatre does so on their own volition, free will and without recourse to the management of this theatre" (from poster). No holdings in OCLC.
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[WWII - KID PROPAGANDA] 1944 Off To Win!

[WWII - KID PROPAGANDA] 1944 Off To Win!: [Wet a Brush and Bring out the Colors]Children’s Coloring

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[WWII - KID PROPAGANDA]WWII Kid Propaganda 1944 Off To Win! [Wet a Brush and Bring out the Colors] Children's Coloring Book.Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Company, 1944. Original paperback, 4to. Saalfield #127-C. Cover by Bill Bailey. Wrappers lightly worn with some light shelf-wear to the extremities present. Text block is lightly toned and faded. Not in OCLC (5/17/21).
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Weather Underground Organization - Women’s Brigade

Weather Underground Organization - Women’s Brigade: H.E.W. The Department of Health Education & Welfare is an Enemy of Women

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4 pages plus cover sheet. 8.5 x 11," sheets stapled together at upper left corner; top sheet is goldenrod paper, other sheets white. Very good. The Women's Brigade bombed the San Francisco HEW offices on March 6, 1974, declaring that the department constituted "the Nixon of counter-insurgency against us." The action was dedicated to all women who resist, with a special tribute to Minnie and Mary Alice Relf, African American "blackwomenchildren" in Alabama sterilized by HEW at ages 12 and 14. In its conclusion, the statement notes the inspiration of WUO members Diana Ought, Ted Gold and Terri Robbins, who "died fighting for these same struggles." (They perished in the Greenwich Village townhouse explosion).
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Wolvarines are Number 1. Warning: Do Not Trust This Man - Check Them Out for Yourself!

Wolvarines are Number 1. Warning: Do Not Trust This Man - Check Them Out for Yourself!

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San Francisco, [1981]. 8 1/2 x 11\\\" sheet, original b/w xerox. The original flyer for these two 1981 shows, one at the SF Art Institute with the Dickheads, and one at Fab Mab, with Frank Hymng & Barry Beam. Some wrinkling to top edge and a short closed tear, and a small stain to verso; very good.
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[Women]  [Art]  [Business] Correspondence Scrap Book of Wife of Noted Painter and Art Dealer.

[Women] [Art] [Business] Correspondence Scrap Book of Wife of Noted Painter and Art Dealer.

by Gruppé, Helen.

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Various places: mostly 1902-1903 and 1910- 1911. 11" x 8 1⁄2". Quarter cloth over marbled paper- covered boards. 54 pages with 49 items of correspondence and 27 other items of ephemera adhesive mounted; an additional 16 items of correspondence and 10 items of ephemera are laid in. Book good: heavily worn with loss at edges, front joint split but holding, most corners of leaves lost but only affecting some characters in two letters. Contents generally very good.

This is the correspondence archive of Helen Gruppé, wife of artist Charles Paul Gruppé. Charles was an American painter living in the Netherlands during the period covered by this archive and Helen was apparently staying at various hotels throughout the country. Gruppé, was also a dealer who represented Dutch painters in the United States. As this scrapbook shows, Helen played an integral role in the business, coordinating with museum directors, dealing with collectors and also promoting her musician son, Paulo.









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[Women] [Art][ Business] Gruppé, Helen.

[Women] [Art][ Business] Gruppé, Helen.: Correspondence Scrap Book of Wife of Noted Painter and Art Deal

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Various places: mostly 1902-1903 and 1910- 1911. 11" x 8 1⁄2". Quarter cloth over marbled paper- covered boards. 54 pages with 49 items of correspondence and 27 other items of ephemera adhesive mounted; an additional 16 items of correspondence and 10 items of ephemera are laid in. Book good: heavily worn with loss at edges, front joint split but holding, most corners of leaves lost but only affecting some characters in two letters. Contents generally very good.
This is the correspondence archive of Helen Gruppé, wife of artist Charles Paul Gruppé. Charles was an American painter living in the Netherlands during the period covered by this archive and Helen was apparently staying at various hotels throughout the country. Gruppé, was also a dealer who represented Dutch painters in the United States. As this scrapbook shows, Helen played an integral role in the business, coordinating with museum directors, dealing with collectors and also promoting her musician son, Paulo.… Read More
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[Women Business] BEAUTY IS POWER

[Women Business] BEAUTY IS POWER: Start a Manufacturing Business of Your Own

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Wescoesville, Pa: Chapman's Photo Service, n.d. 6 x 9" original flyer. Black text on cream paper with illustrations. Flyer encouraging women to start their own manufacturing business, offering six "big dollar-making opportunities." Also advertises three course beauty formulas, stating Beauty is Power. "Every woman recognizes it. Man bows before its shrine." Most likely from the '50s or '60s, a time in American culture where women were not viewed as independent and powerful. Near fine. None in OCLC.
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[Women] [JOCKEY] DIANE CRUMP - 5 Original Press Photos
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[Women] [JOCKEY] DIANE CRUMP - 5 Original Press Photos: First Female Jockey

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First Female JockeyIn the midst of the women's rights movement of the 1960s, there was one feminist pioneer who was making inroads not in the office or as part of a protest, but on the track. It was Diane Crump, who on Feb. 7, 1969, climbed aboard a finely tuned Thoroughbred, and exploded out of a starting gate in a sanctioned competition against men, putting a torch to centuries of racing's dusty rules.

War-protesting bell-bottomed youth were spilling onto bicoastal American streets, waving signs and shouting, "Hell no, we won't go!" Outraged women, in increasing numbers, were demanding equity in pay and opportunity. More than just the first woman jockey, Crump was also the first woman of only six to date to compete in the Kentucky Derby, a milestone that elicited relatively respectful mention from gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson in his classic piece "The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved." Crump turned racing completely on its head with a rapid-fire series of firsts,… Read More
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[Women]  [Social Movements] [Technocracy] :

[Women] [Social Movements] [Technocracy] : [Manuscript Diary Archive of a 1930's Member in the Technocracy Movement].

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14 manuscript diaries. Commercial notebooks, ranging in size from approximately 6" x 4" to approximately 9 1/2" x 7 1/2." Each about full with entries in a cursive holograph. Easily more than 100,000 words. Clippings and ephemera frequently laid-in or paper clipped about contents. A detectable odor of must about volumes, some infrequent staple rust bled onto pages, though no significant visible damage or effects from moisture. Volumes well handled, overall sound and good-plus as a group. Legibility fair to good.
A sprawling, primary written archive chronicling the life of a New York City (Manhattan) woman highlighted by her experiences as an active member in the NYC Technocratic Movement of the 1930's ; and as wife to a working pulp and sci-fi author (Robert W. Sneddon): the manuscript diaries of a Helen Sneddon, 13 volumes, spanning 1934-1949 (with 1935 and 1943-1944 not present).
Helen was born in Maryland, likely Baltimore area, in about 1888. We are able to identify many dates and… Read More
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Women in Social Protest: The U.S. since 1915

Women in Social Protest: The U.S. since 1915: A Photographic Postcard Series The US since 1915: A Photographic Postcard Series

by Editor - Jocelyn H. Cohen, Ellen Dwyer and Jean C. Robinson

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Some wear to the covers, mostly on the top edge.American women have raised their voices in social protest. This postcard collection offers 22 powerful photographs of women's involvement in the 20th century reform movements, accompanied by carefully researched captions on the back."This book is a source for women's civil rights and labor history. The postcards bring to life important episodes in U.S. history too often overlooked in mainstream texts. This series will move and inspire you." (back description).
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[Women's Club]  Archive of a Cape Cod Women's Organization/ The Research Club of Provincetown
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[Women's Club] Archive of a Cape Cod Women's Organization/ The Research Club of Provincetown: WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION WITH KLAN CONNECTIONS

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Small archive from this Women's Organization in Provincetown, Mass, 1933 -1963.








- Notice of Intent to Dissolve, dated June 11, 1963. The letter is from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of the Secretary State House, Boston 33. There is an open tear in right upper corner, not effecting text:
"Whereas the Research Club of Provincetown an organization chartered on 4-27-1923 under the provisions of Chapter 180 of the General Laws, and located at in the town of Provincetown. Mass, has failed for at least two successive years to file in this office the certificate in proper form required by Section 26A of Chapter 180 of the General Laws, Tercentenary Edition: Now therefore, by authority of the said statue, I declare the charter of said organization to be void and of no further effect, and hereby revoke said charter and give notice that said incorporation is void and of no further effect. (signed in black pen by Kevin [?] H. White - Secretary of the Commonwealth).
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