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151.

Nkombo - Vol.2, No.4
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1969. First Edition. Fifth issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. This issue heavy on poetry, but including sections for prose, fiction, and drama. Contributors include Raymond Washington, Judy Richardson, Arthur Phifster, and Cornell Linson Jr., et al, and illustrated throughout...
[Item #19072]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.2, No.4
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Nkombo - Vol.II, No.2
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1969. First Edition. Third issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. A poetry-heavy issue, with nearly two-thirds dedicated to Black Liberation and poems by and about black women. Illustrated throughout by Dwight Ott and Keith Ferdinand, with contributions by Quo Vadis...
[Item #19070]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.II, No.2
153.

Three Tales
New York: Frank Hallman, 1975. First Edition. A slim volume collecting three short stories: Afternoon with Antaeus, The Fqih, and Mejdoub. First Printing, one of 1000 copies bound in wrappers. Small octavo; peach wrappers, with titles letterpress printed in black and red on front cover; 27pp, [2]. Rear cover slightly dusty, else Fine.
[Item #19060]
Price: $15.00
 
Three Tales
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Great Day Coming: Folk Music and the American Left
Carbondale: University of Illinois Press, 1971. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 219pp; illus. Fine in lightly worn and spine-sunned dustwrapper, Very Good.
[Item #19052]
Price: $25.00
 
Great Day Coming: Folk Music and the American Left
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Step It Down: Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage
New York: Harper & Row, 1972. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 232pp; illus. Light wear and soil to board edges, else Near Fine dustwrapper with minor creases to flaps, Very Good.
[Item #19050]
Price: $20.00
 
Step It Down: Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage
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Against the Madness: Art from California Campuses
N.P. The California Art for Peace Committee, 1970. First Edition. An apparent exhibition program from an unknown venue in Washington, D.C. for a collection of protest art created by students from California universities. The show represented artwork from students attending the following institutions: USC, UC Berkeley, LA, Santa Barbara, Cal...
[Item #19011]
Price: $150.00
 
Against the Madness: Art from California Campuses
157.

John Steinbeck: His Language
Aptos: Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs, 1970. First Edition. Prints an introduction by James D. Hart, reproducing a letter from Steinbeck as the frontispiece and includes Steinbeck's "translation" of a Ukranian poem into a fictitious language. GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A45a. One of 150 copies printed at the Grace Hoper Press for...
[Item #18983]
Price: $150.00
 
John Steinbeck: His Language
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A Letter From John Steinbeck
N.P. Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs, 1964. First Edition. The first appearance in print of Steinbeck's letter to his former Stanford University professor regarding his "training in versewriting." GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A42a. One of 150 copies printed at the Grace Hoper Press by Sherwood and Katharina Grover. Quarto; hand-sewn cream-colored wrappers...
[Item #18979]
Price: $200.00
 
A Letter From John Steinbeck
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This Quiet Dust
[New York: Random House, 1967]. First Edition. A promotional pamphlet issued in advance of Styron's novel 'The Confessions of Nat Turner,' reprinted from an April 1965 article written for Harper's Magazine. Quarto; blue-gray stapled wraps, with titling printed in black on front cover; 16pp. Bookplate signed by Styron loosely laid...
[Item #18976]
Price: $200.00
 
This Quiet Dust
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Against Fear [Limited Edition, Signed]
[Winston-Salem]: Palaemon Press, 1981. First Edition. The commencement address Styron gave to the 1981 graduating class at his Alma Mater (Duke University). One of 300 copies signed by the author. Small folio; white letterpressed sheets sewn into gray wrappers, with titles stamped in black on front cover; [12pp]. A Fine copy.
[Item #18975]
Price: $75.00
 
Against Fear [Limited Edition, Signed]
161.

A Chance in a Million [Limited Edition]
Blacksburg, VA: Press de la Warr, 1993. First, Limited Edition. Facsimile of Styron's earliest work of fiction known to survive, written at age 16 as a class assignment while attending an Episcopal boarding school in Tidewater, VA. The original document is in Styron's papers at Duke University. OCLC locates only...
[Item #18914]
Price: $50.00
 
A Chance in a Million [Limited Edition]
162.

Famous Unsolved Murder Mysteries
Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius, 1937. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 128pp. Horizontal tear into margin of rear wrapper and final text page; typical toning to text, else a fresh, VG copy.
[Item #18912]
Price: $25.00
 
Famous Unsolved Murder Mysteries
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The Picturesque and Adventurous Career of Chiang Kai-shek. A Convincing Portrait of the Man and His Period in Chinese History
Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius, 1944. First Edition. Putatively objective biography of Chiang, with much on the conditions leading to the Japanese conflict and the Communist revolution. McCabe, best known as a Freethought author, takes a clearly deprecatory line towards Chiang's religious rhetoric. A somewhat uncommon Haldeman-Julius title. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 95pp...
[Item #18911]
Price: $40.00
 
The Picturesque and Adventurous Career of Chiang Kai-shek. A Convincing Portrait of the Man and His Period in Chinese History
164.

True Freedom for Negro and White Labor. With introduction by Norman Thomas
New York: Negro Labor News Service, N.d. [1936]. First Edition. Socialist campaign pamphlet, outlining the racial policy platform of the Socialist Party of America in the elections of 1936. Frank R. Crosswaith, the pamphlet's principal author, was a West Indian-American socialist, prominent in Harlem politics and the 1936 SP candidate...
[Item #18906]
Price: $125.00
 
True Freedom for Negro and White Labor. With introduction by Norman Thomas
165.

Kicked in and Kicked Out of the President's Little Cabinet
Washington DC: Andrew Jackson Press, 1936. First Edition. Anti-New Deal screed by FDR's former Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Octavo. Maroon cloth; dustjacket; 371pp. Straight, tight copy, lightly soiled, in soiled and edgeworn dustwrapper with a few chips, about Very Good.
[Item #18882]
Price: $25.00
 
Kicked in and Kicked Out of the President's Little Cabinet
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To Women The World Over! Report of the Women's Anti-Fascist Meeting Held in Moscow on September 7, 1941
Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1941. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers; 58pp. Slight external soil; text paper toned; Very Good.
[Item #18877]
Price: $25.00
 
To Women The World Over! Report of the Women's Anti-Fascist Meeting Held in Moscow on September 7, 1941
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La "Noire Idole". Etude sur la Morphinomanie
Paris: Albert Meissen, 1920. Second Edition. On morphine addiction. The six year discrepancy betwen the cover and title-page dates remains a mystery, at least to this cataloguer, though we would conjecture that the intervention of the Great War played a role. Preceded by a (much scarcer) 1907 edition, as well...
[Item #18876]
Price: $65.00
 
La "Noire Idole". Etude sur la Morphinomanie
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For Nicky's Sake
Pittsburgh: Freedmen's Department of Woman's Board of Home Missions, N.d. [ca 1910]. First Edition. Brief fictional parable illustrating the need for public free education for poor Blacks. Hamilton was the author of two Wright-listed novels, both set in the milieu of working-class railroad men. This title not recorded in OCLC;...
[Item #18875]
Price: $75.00
 
For Nicky's Sake
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Read What Happened on the Island of Nogi, or Why Business is Bad
Kansas City: by the Author, N.d. [1941?]. A brief quasi-utopian fictional allegory, set on the primitive island of "Nogi". The author attacks free-market economics and big business, with particular attention to the insurance industry: "...the moral of this story is that the insurance companies, the food trust and other large...
[Item #18874]
Price: $75.00
 
Read What Happened on the Island of Nogi, or Why Business is Bad
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Castaways of Plenty: A Parable of Our Times
Denver: The World Press, Inc. 1944. Later printing. A desert-island parable criticizing free-market economics. First issued as a Technocracy tract in the mid-1930s; there were many reprints - this is the 7th printing. A nicely preserved copy. Octavo. Staple-bound pictorial wrappers; 48pp; illus. Mild external soil, else Near Fine, with...
[Item #18870]
Price: $20.00
 
Castaways of Plenty: A Parable of Our Times
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The Stock Market Crash of 1929
Elizabeth, NJ: J.C. Kellogg Foundation, 1954. First Edition. Extremely detailed historical analysis of the factors leading up to the Wall Street failure of 1929, published on the 25th Anniversary of the Crash. The author was the head of a prominent Wall Street investment firm and founder, in 1954, of the...
[Item #18866]
Price: $100.00
 
The Stock Market Crash of 1929
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The League of Nations. Fabian Tract no. 226
London: The Fabian Society, 1929. First Edition. Octavo. Stapled self-wraps; 11pp; verso of final leaf is publisher's catalog. First printing, dated January, 1929. Hint of staple-rust, else Near Fine. A clean, sound copy.
[Item #18865]
Price: $50.00
 
The League of Nations. Fabian Tract no. 226
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Injurious Effects of Tobacco
Philadelphia: The Tract Association of Friends, N.d. [ca 1880]. First Edition. Assembles an impressive range of arguments against the use of tobacco, from blindness and irregular heartbeat to feeble-mindedness and moral degeneration. OCLC 4 locations; none others in commerce (2013). 12mo. Folded self-wraps; 12pp. Light external wear; faint creases to...
[Item #18863]
Price: $45.00
 
Injurious Effects of Tobacco
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Art Young's Political Primer. Scott Nearing for Congress. Simple Lessons in Politics - Socialism - Told and Drawn by the Light of the Torch by Art Young
New York: Graphic Press, [1918]. First edition. Brochure endorsing Scott Nearing's 1918 Congressional campaign. Illustrated throughout with caricatures in Young's distinctive style. Rare; none others in trade (2013); OCLC finds 3 locations. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial wrappers; [16]pp; illus. Covers toned (heavier to rear wrapper); small tears; Very Good.
[Item #18857]
Price: $200.00
 
Art Young's Political Primer. Scott Nearing for Congress. Simple Lessons in Politics - Socialism - Told and Drawn by the Light of the Torch by Art Young
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The Invention of Solitude
New York: SUN, 1982. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; illustrated wrappers; 174pp. Bookplate signed by Auster loosely laid in. Some trivial wear at spine ends, else Fine. Auster's first full-length work of prose.
[Item #18844]
Price: $85.00
 
The Invention of Solitude

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