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26.

Russian Women in the Building of Socialism
New York: Workers Library Publishers, n.d. [1930?]. First Thus. Octavo (21.5cm.); original cream photographically illustrated staplebound wrappers; 22pp.; illus. Dust-soiling; faint remains of the word "Communist" pencilled to upper wrapper, else Very Good. Pamphlet written for International Women's Day.
[Item #26832]
Price: $40.00
 
Russian Women in the Building of Socialism
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Working Women in Many Countries: Report of Congress held at Vienna, August, 1923
Amsterdam: International Federation of Trade Unions, 1923. First Edition. Octavo (22.5cm.); original drab printed wrappers (soiling); 12pp.; one plate of photographic portraits. Wrappers quite toned with several shallow losses to extremities, perished spine reinforced with tape. Good only. Listed among the Federation's executive board are Labour politicians Dr. Marion Phillips...
[Item #26831]
Price: $75.00
 
Working Women in Many Countries: Report of Congress held at Vienna, August, 1923
28.

I Am Furious (Female)
[Detroit: Radical Education Project, n.d., 1969?]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original white pictorial staplebound wrappers (a bit soiled); 20pp.; illus. Small tear to bottom edge of upper wrapper, else Very Good. Collaboratively written paper by Cantarow, Elizabeth Diggs, Katherine Ellis, Janet Marx, Lillian Robinson, and Muriel Schien, produced "to formulate...
[Item #26830]
Price: $20.00
 
I Am Furious (Female)
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The New Broadside. A Feminist Review of the News. Vol 1, nos 2-4 (Nov 1970 - Jan 1971)
New York: Broadside, 1970-71. Three tabloid monthly issues. Original wrappers; ca. 16pp per issue; illus. Horizontal folds, as issued; toning to folds; else Near Fine. A somewhat slick, graphically interesting underground paper devoted to feminist readings of contemporary art, literature and cultural events. Publication ceased after four issues; our run...
[Item #26829]
Price: $100.00
 
The New Broadside. A Feminist Review of the News. Vol 1, nos 2-4 (Nov 1970 - Jan 1971)
30.

Spectre: Paper of Revolutionary Lesbians. No 1 (Mar-Apr 1971) - No. 6 (Jan-Feb 1972; all issued).
Ann Arbor: Ann Arbor Revolutionary Lesbians, 1971-72. Six tabloid bi-monthly issues, the complete run; together with undated mimeographed broadsheet announcing the end of publication after six issues. Horizontal folds (as issued); toning to newsprint; still fresh and clean, VG or better. Short-lived organ of the Spectre Collective, self-described as "a...
[Item #26828]
Price: $350.00
 
Spectre: Paper of Revolutionary Lesbians. No 1 (Mar-Apr 1971) - No. 6 (Jan-Feb 1972; all issued).
31.

I Saw Russia: Socialism in the Making
[New York: American Friends of the Soviet Union, 1936?]. First Edition. 12mo (15cm.); original photomontaged staplebound self-wrappers; 23pp. Wrappers toned with a bit of foxing to extremities, else Very Good and sound. Brief description of the success of the Soviet Union by the wife of founding member of the Social...
[Item #26827]
Price: $20.00
 
I Saw Russia: Socialism in the Making
32.

An American Boy in the Soviet Union
New York: Youth Publishers, 1934. First Edition. 12mo (17cm.); original pictorial staplebound card wrappers; 63pp. Extremities quite toned, spine foxed, else Very Good. Young Communist's utopian description of the USSR and the youth organization the Comsomol. BRENNEMAN, p. 83; SEIDMAN S41.
[Item #26826]
Price: $30.00
 
An American Boy in the Soviet Union
33.

Pioneers of Women's Liberation
New York: Pathfinder Press, 1969. Third (1971) printing. Octavo (21.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 15pp.; text in double columns. Light wear from handling, else Very Good and sound. A Merit Pamphlet. Article originally appeared in the quarterly of the Fourth International, Spring, 1955.
[Item #26825]
Price: $20.00
 
Pioneers of Women's Liberation
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Women's Press. Vol 1, no 2 - Vol 2, no 5 (Jan-Feb 1971 - August 1972). Fourteen issues.
Eugene, OR: Women's Press Collective, 1971-72. Representative run of early issues of this long-running feminist underground paper, which continued until the late 1980s. Produced by a revolving team of editors and centered on local and regional matters; Jan-Feb 1971 issue states the paper's mission as follows: "...many of us feel...
[Item #26824]
Price: $200.00
 
Women's Press. Vol 1, no 2 - Vol 2, no 5 (Jan-Feb 1971 - August 1972). Fourteen issues.
35.

Weaving the Future [cover title]
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937. First Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 23pp. Fine. Communist recruiting pamphlet aimed at textile workers. Introduction by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. BRENNEMAN, p. 112; SEIDMAN G224.
[Item #26823]
Price: $30.00
 
Weaving the Future [cover title]
36.

1789-1939: The World of Tomorrow, New York World's Fair
[New York?]: Elizabeth Sage Hare & Warren Chappell, 1939. First Edition. Oblong 12mo (12.5x16.5cm.); 6-panelled diorama peepshow bound in color pictorial boards with die-cut peephole; when unfolded accordion-style, displays a view of the Grand Concourse of the 1939 World's Fair, which leads to Sam Gottscho's Trylon, Perisphere, and Helicline. Horizontal...
[Item #26822]
Price: $250.00
 
1789-1939: The World of Tomorrow, New York World's Fair
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Velvet Fist: Women's Liberation Paper. Vol I, no 1 - Vol 2, no 3 (Sept. 1970 - April 1972, unbroken run)
Toronto: Velvet Fist, 1970-72. Twelve tabloid issues of 8pp each. Horizontal folds (as issued); light wear; Very Good. Bi-monthly publication of the Toronto Women's Caucus, which emerged as a feminist wing of the League for Socialist Action and the Young Socialists' Alliance in 1970. Despite a tiny circulation, Velvet Fist...
[Item #26821]
Price: $300.00
 
Velvet Fist: Women's Liberation Paper. Vol I, no 1 - Vol 2, no 3 (Sept. 1970 - April 1972, unbroken run)
38.

Awash with Roses: The Collected Poems [...] Biographical introduction by Larry Smith
Huron, OH: Bottom Dog Press, [1991]. Special Green Deer Edition. Octavo (22.5cm.); original green decorative cloth printed in pink and gilt; [2],ix,[1],164pp.; illus. Very Near Fine.
[Item #26820]
Price: $35.00
 
Awash with Roses: The Collected Poems [...] Biographical introduction by Larry Smith
39.

Belli Looks at Life and Law in Japan
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, [1960]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original cloth-backed boards in pink decorative dust jacket, photographically illustrated endpapers; 320pp.; frontispiece, 12 leaves of photographic illustrations printed on rectos and versos. General shelf-wear to jacket edges, portions of textblock a bit cockled from damp; contemporary bookplate to front free endpaper...
[Item #26819]
Price: $15.00
 
Belli Looks at Life and Law in Japan
40.

Willingly: Poems [Signed Bookplate laid in]
[Port Townsend, WA]: Graywolf Press, 1984. First Edition. First printing. Octavo (23.75cm.); original cloth-backed boards in cream pictorial dust jacket; [8],92pp. Spine a bit toned, else Near Fine. Bookplate signed by the author laid in. Poetry collection dedicated to the author's husband Raymond Carver.
[Item #26818]
Price: $75.00
 
Willingly: Poems [Signed Bookplate laid in]
41.

On Your Own [Limited Edition, Signed]
N.p. Graywolf Press, [1978]. First Edition. Limited to 390 copies of which this is no. 16 of 26 signed and numbered copies. Octavo (25.75cm.); original stitched cream self-wrappers printed in black and blue; unpaged. Fine. Collection of four poems.
[Item #26817]
Price: $150.00
 
On Your Own [Limited Edition, Signed]
42.

Women Now! - Vol. 1, nos. 1-5
Bridgford, Nottingham: Women Now! [1971?]. First Edition. 5 quarto issues (30.5cm), all in pictorial self-wrappers, unbound (as issued). Some light wear, else Near Fine. Periodical produced by the same Women's Liberation group which issued the journal Socialist Woman, though this journal "aimed at woman [sic] who are, at the moment...
[Item #26816]
Price: $250.00
 
Women Now! - Vol. 1, nos. 1-5
43.

Shrew - Collection of 8 Issues
[London]: Womens Liberation Workshop, [1970?]-1971. First Edition. London Women's Liberation Workshop's sporadically issued literary journal. Contents were all written and edited collaboratively and published anonymously as "a political gesture against the ownership and authority implied by signature" (Shrew contributor and feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, as quoted in Shohini Chaudhuri's...
[Item #26815]
Price: $250.00
 
Shrew - Collection of 8 Issues
44.

The Spokeswoman: A Monthly Information Service for All Women - Collection of 3 issues
Chicago: Urban Research Corporation, 1971. First Edition. 3 disbound (as issued) quarto issues (28cm.), with publication sequence as follows: Vol.1, no. 9; Vol. 2, nos. 1 & 3. Previous mail folds, uneven toning and dust-soiling to extremities, else a Very Good collection. Originally issued as a twice-monthly brochure, The Spokeswoman...
[Item #26814]
Price: $75.00
 
The Spokeswoman: A Monthly Information Service for All Women - Collection of 3 issues
45.

Foreign Women Prisoners in Paris [drop title]
[London: Friends' Council for International Service, 1925]. Offprint. Octavo (20.5cm.); bifolium. Fine. Article first published in the World Outlook Section of The Friend, March, 1925. At head of title: "C.I.S." NYPL only in OCLC as of June, 2015.
[Item #26813]
Price: $60.00
 
Foreign Women Prisoners in Paris [drop title]
46.

Chivalry--The Iron Hand in the Velvet Glove [drop title]
[Pittsburgh: Know, 1969]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); self-wrappers, disbound as issued; 7pp.; illus., printed from typescript. A bit toned along edges, else Very Good. Interpretation of "chivalrous" behavior as a form of oppression. 2 copies located in OCLC as of June, 2015, at Northwestern and the National Library of Australia.
[Item #26812]
Price: $75.00
 
Chivalry--The Iron Hand in the Velvet Glove [drop title]
47.

In Defense of the Women's Movement [cover title]
New York: Pathfinder Press, 1970. Second (1971) printing. Octavo (21.5cm.); original black pictorial staplebound wrappers; 15pp. Light wear from handling, else About Fine. A Merit Pamphlet.
[Item #26811]
Price: $12.00
 
In Defense of the Women's Movement [cover title]
48.

Let Us Build a National Negro Congress [cover title]
[Washington, DC: National Sponsoring Committee, National Negro Congress, 1935]. First Edition. 12mo (18.75cm.); original pictorial staplebound wrappers; 31pp. A bit toned, else Fine. Drop title: "Why a National Negro Congress?" Proposal for a Congress to improve the situation of the black man during the Depression. The Congress existed as an...
[Item #26807]
Price: $35.00
 
Let Us Build a National Negro Congress [cover title]
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The Kickleburys on the Rhine
London: Smith, Elder, & Co. 1850. First Edition. Octavo (18.5cm.); original cream paper-covered boards (soiled) illustrated in pink, rebacked in gilt-lettered cloth to match, all edges gilt; [4],87,[1],[2](ads)pp.; colored frontispiece and added engraved title page, 13 plates with tissue guards. Boards quite worn, some foxing throughout textblock,one tissue guard torn...
[Item #26806]
Price: $250.00
 
The Kickleburys on the Rhine
50.

Doctor Birch and His Young Friends
London: Chapman and Hall, 1849. First Edition. Octavo (19cm.); original pink pictorial boards (soiling) rebacked in gilt-lettered cloth to match, all edges gilt, yellow glazed endpapers; [2],49,[2](ads)pp.; colored frontispiece, added engraved title page, and 14 plates. Board extremities heavily worn, very occasional spotting throughout textblock; contemporary engraved bookplate to front...
[Item #26805]
Price: $250.00
 
Doctor Birch and His Young Friends

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