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51.

Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets [Review Copy]
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, [1974]. Reissue of the author's fifth book, first published in 1927. Includes a foreword by Cullen, and contributions by Paul Laurence Dunbar, James Weldon Johnson, Joseph S. Cotter, Sr., Angelina Grimke, William Stanley Braithwaite, W.E.B. Du Bois, Jessie Fauset, Claude McKay, Arna Bontemps, Langston...
[Item #29443]
Price: $35.00
 
Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets [Review Copy]
52.

Facing Down the Man [cover title]
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. n.d., ca. 1970]. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); illustrated self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 3pp. Fine. Collection of 25 tips on how to face down the man based on the author's experiences fighting sexist policies within the American Psychological Association. (No. 7: "Never smile, never laugh, never...
[Item #29442]
Price: $75.00
 
Facing Down the Man [cover title]
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Letter to My Parents on Why I Added Legally My Mother's Maiden Name to My Father's Surname [drop title]
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. 1970]. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner; 4pp. Fine. Authored by a founding member of the Seattle-King County chapter of the National Organization for Women. Waterloo (Canada) only in OCLC as of April, 2016.
[Item #29441]
Price: $45.00
 
Letter to My Parents on Why I Added Legally My Mother's Maiden Name to My Father's Surname [drop title]
54.

51% Minority Group: A Statistical Essay
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. 1970]. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); green and white self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 6pp.; printed from typescript. Fine. One of the author's most important pieces published at the height of the second wave feminist movement, arguably second only to her classic "Bitch Manifesto" (1969). OCLC locates...
[Item #29440]
Price: $125.00
 
51% Minority Group: A Statistical Essay
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Sex-Segregated Want Ads: Do They Discourage Female Job Applicants?
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. n.d., ca. 1970]. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner. About Fine. Study conducted at Carnegie-Mellon on sex-segregated wants ads as published by The Pittsburgh Press. Unlocated in OCLC as of April, 2016.
[Item #29439]
Price: $45.00
 
Sex-Segregated Want Ads: Do They Discourage Female Job Applicants?
56.

The Taxonomy of Sexism
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc.], 1971. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner; manuscript ink number to top right-hand corner of p. [1] as issued. About Fine. Symposium presentation, Cedars-Sinai, February 1, 1971. Short description of four sexist behaviors, including head patting, butt petting, toe gazing, and...
[Item #29438]
Price: $30.00
 
The Taxonomy of Sexism
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It's All Right Doc, I'm Only Dying [drop title]
Seattle: Radical Women, n.d., ca. 1970. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner. Fine. Personal essay by an "ADC welfare mother" getting sterilized: "it damn near killed me." OCLC locates 4 copies as of April, 2016, at UC Davis, Central Connecticut, Wisconsin Hist. Soc., and...
[Item #29437]
Price: $25.00
 
It's All Right Doc, I'm Only Dying [drop title]
58.

We May Not Have Much, But There's a Lot of Us!
Detroit: Radical Education Project, ca. 1970. Reprint. Quarto (27.75cm.); blue and white photo-illustrated staplebound self-wrappers; 8pp.; photographic illus. throughout. About Fine. Discussion between Wood, a member of the Women's Liberation Movement, and a woman from a small city in Eastern Ontario. Reprinted from Leviathan, with numerous photographs, many featuring women...
[Item #29436]
Price: $15.00
 
We May Not Have Much, But There's a Lot of Us!
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Women and Draft Resistance: Revolution in the Revolution [drop title]
[Seattle: Radical Women, 1968]. First Edition. Quarto typescript broadsheet (28x21.5cm.). About Fine. "This publication is on file at the International Women's History Archive [in Berkeley]." Criticism of sexism within the anti-draft movement "since we aren't directly confronting 'the man.'" OCLC locates 4 copies as of April, 2016, at Central Connecticut...
[Item #29435]
Price: $75.00
 
Women and Draft Resistance: Revolution in the Revolution [drop title]
60.

Women in the American Revolutionary Struggle
Seattle: Seattle Radical Women, 1970. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); blue and white staplebound self-wrappers; 4 typescript leaves. About Fine. Discussion draft for a talk delivered at the Radical Women Conference, February 23, 1970. OCLC locates 4 copies as of April, 2016, at Central Connecticut, Northwestern, U. Michigan, and Duke.
[Item #29434]
Price: $30.00
 
Women in the American Revolutionary Struggle
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Training the Woman to Know Her Place: The social antecedents of women in the world of work
Stanford: Stanford University, 1971. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 44pp.; printed from typescript. Fine. Research prepared in the Department of Psychology at Stanford for the Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction "for distribution to all high school guidance counselors in the state..." Includes sections on discrimination...
[Item #29433]
Price: $45.00
 
Training the Woman to Know Her Place: The social antecedents of women in the world of work
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Women in Society, or "A Woman's Place Is in the Home," or "Women are allright [sic], if they are kept in their place"
[N.p. S.i. 1969?]. Reprint. Lengthy screed detailing the ways that women are, from the time they are young girls, groomed for their role as wife and mother, describing the inequities they face and a list of ways they can rise above their circumstances and social judgments and control their own...
[Item #29432]
Price: $30.00
 
Women in Society, or "A Woman's Place Is in the Home," or "Women are allright [sic], if they are kept in their place"
63.

Women Who Work
Seattle: Radical Women, n.d., 1973? Reprint. Quarto (27.75cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 8pp.; printed from typescript. About Fine. This variant lacks reprint statement described in OCLC no. 6274075: "Reprinted from Internationalist Socialist Review, summer, 1962." Note at bottom of p. 8 claims that "The general condition of women...
[Item #29431]
Price: $20.00
 
Women Who Work
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Women at Work
Seattle: Seattle Radical Women, 1969. First Thus. Quarto (28.75cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; mixed pagination; printed from typescript. Minor toning along extremities, else Near Fine. Collection of five articles first published in The Washington State Service Employee, the monthly publication of Washington State Council #18 of Service Employees' International Union, AFL-CIO. OCLC...
[Item #29430]
Price: $45.00
 
Women at Work
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Generic mimeographed typescript letter addressed to donors
Seattle: Seattle Radical Women, n.d., ca. 1971. First Edition. 2-pp. typescript letter signed in type by Melba Windoffer, Corresponding Secretary, beginning with "Dear [blank], Thank you for your contribution; attached is your receipt." Very minor toning to extremities, else Fine. Text includes the organization's mission statement: "exposing, resisting and eliminating...
[Item #29429]
Price: $45.00
 
Generic mimeographed typescript letter addressed to donors
66.

Women Unite and Resist. Amazon Poster Now Available [verso drop title: Literature Available from The Feminists]
New York: The Feminists, ca. 1972. First Edition. Quarto broadsheet (27.75cm.); printed from typescript and manuscript on tan stock. Fine. Publisher's list and promotional flyer issued by the militant feminist organization. The recto advertises an "Amazon Poster," "consisting of a beautiful and militant photograph of the Pheidian sculpture of an...
[Item #29428]
Price: $150.00
 
Women Unite and Resist. Amazon Poster Now Available [verso drop title: Literature Available from The Feminists]
67.

"W W W W" (Worlds' Women Work Wonders!)
N.p. Worlds' Women Work Wonders, n.d., ca. 1970. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner; printed on pale peach stock. Previous mail folds, else Near Fine. Possibly the only published piece by an apparently unrecorded women's liberation movement, the WWWW. Includes the lyrics to a....
[Item #29427]
Price: $125.00
 
"W W W W" (Worlds' Women Work Wonders!)
68.

Abortion
[Palo Alto? Society for Humane Abortion, 1964?]. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 5pp. About Fine. "A sermon in the series 'Life and Death Questions,' preached at Palo Alto Unitarian Church, Palo Alto, California, April 19, 1964." Published in this edition by the Society, founded by...
[Item #29426]
Price: $75.00
 
Abortion
69.

12 Years Old and Turned On [drop title: Twelve and Turned-On: Women's Liberation in a Junior High]
Washington DC: Washington D.C. Women's Liberation, n.d., ca. 1970. First Edition. Quarto (27.75cm.); yellow pictorial self-wrapper staplebound to top left-hand corner; 4pp. About Fine. Text in double columns, the right-hand text comprised of comments made by the author's female students ("I bought some face powder this week and the ad...
[Item #29425]
Price: $125.00
 
12 Years Old and Turned On [drop title: Twelve and Turned-On: Women's Liberation in a Junior High]
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The Emancipation of Women [cover title]
Seattle: Seattle Radical Women, [1973?]. Reprint. Quarto (28cm.); printed staplebound self-wrappers; 6pp.; printed from typescript. Upper cover rather toned, else Very Good or better. Reprinted from Revolutionary Age, Vol. 1, no. 3, November, 1968 ("An excerpt from a 1965 Political Resolution presented to the Socialist Workers Party by the then-Seattle...
[Item #29424]
Price: $20.00
 
The Emancipation of Women [cover title]
71.

Notes from the Lower Classes [drop title]
New York: The Feminists, n.d., ca. 1968. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); 2 typescript leaves printed on versos only, staplebound at top left-hand corner. About Fine. The Feminists organization rubberstamp to top edge of p. [1] as issued. Short autobiographical essay by a member of the militant Feminists organization, about growing...
[Item #29422]
Price: $125.00
 
Notes from the Lower Classes [drop title]
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History of the Equality Issue in the Contemporary Women's Movement [drop title]
New York: The Feminists, [1969]. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 3 leaves printed from typescript. The Feminists organization rubberstamp to top edge of p. [1] as issued. About Fine. Brief history of the "Equality Issue," including the splintering from the National Organization for Women to...
[Item #29421]
Price: $35.00
 
History of the Equality Issue in the Contemporary Women's Movement [drop title]
73.

Consciousness-Raising [drop title]
[Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. n.d., ca. 1970]. Reprint. Quarto (28cm.); two typescript leaves staplebound at top left-hand corner; pp. 3; printed on blue and white stock. About Fine. Group of guidelines written by the Women's Collective of Stratford, Connecticut. OCLC locates 4 copies as of April, 2016, Temple only in United States.
[Item #29420]
Price: $30.00
 
Consciousness-Raising [drop title]
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Negro Art: Past and Present
Washington DC: The Associates in Negro Folk Education, 1936. First Edition. An early, important work by the native Philadelphia author and key Harlem Renaissance figure. Issued as Bronze Booklet No.3, Locke's work explores the Negro artist and Negro art, the European and American reception of Negro artists, and the future...
[Item #29419]
Price: $250.00
 
Negro Art: Past and Present
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Sue the Bastards: What to do about job discrimination with Title VII and Title IX [cover title]
[San Diego?]: Aeolian Press, 1975. First Edition. Quarto (27.5cm.); staplebound pictorial self-wrappers; mixed paginations. Printed on newsprint and consequently uniformly toned, else Near Fine. Chiefly comprised of numerous lengthy appendices providing reproductions of relevant legal documents. OCLC locates 5 copies in the United States as of April, 2016.
[Item #29417]
Price: $45.00
 
Sue the Bastards: What to do about job discrimination with Title VII and Title IX [cover title]

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