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26.

The Case Is Altered
Philadelphia: Farrar & Rinehart, 1932. Octavo (20cm). Tan cloth boards, lettered in brown on spine and front cover; green top-stain; pictorial endpapers; dustjacket; 378pp. Bookseller's ink handstamp ("Mayfair Books") to base of title page and to bottom edge of text block; slight rubbing and soil to boards, still a tight...
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The Case Is Altered
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Back to Stay
New York: Viking Press, 1929. First Trade Edition. Novel of New England religious hypocrisy (but not, alas, of late 19th-c. lesbian menage-a-trois), by a Cape Cod author. From the jacket copy: "This remarkable first novel tells the story of a New England rebel. Dixi's love for Ruth and for their...
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Back to Stay
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The Jackie Robinson Story
New York: F.J. Low Company, Inc. 1950. First Edition. Mann's account of Robinson's rise from the Negro Leagues to become the first African American baseball player to break the color barrier and play for the major leagues. Wrappers are illustrated with still photographs and scenes from the 1950 film The...
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The Jackie Robinson Story
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.9 (March, 1914)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1914. Contents feature articles by Marion Wright, Caroline Nelson, William E. Bohn, and William D. Haywood, et al. With the notable inclusion of "A Plea For Solidarity" by Eugene V. Debs. A well-preserved issue. Small quarto (24cm); illustrated wrappers; pp.513-576; illus. Light dustiness to...
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.9 (March, 1914)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.7 (January, 1914)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1914. Contents include articles by William E. Bohn, Tom Mann, Richard Perin, Estelle Baker, and Ellen Wetherell, including a piece titled "Coaling Women and Prostitutes" by Marion Wright. A well-preserved issue. Small quarto (24cm); photo-illustrated wrappers; pp.385-448; illus. Light dustiness to wrappers, with a....
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.7 (January, 1914)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.5 (November, 1913)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. Contents include articles by Mary E. Marcy, William E. Bohn, S. Katayama, and Phillips Russell, et al. With a cover illustration by Arthur Machia. A well-preserved issue. Small quarto (24cm); illustrated wrappers; pp.257-320; illus. Touch of dustiness to wrappers, with a few tiny...
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.5 (November, 1913)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.6 (December, 1913)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. An extraordinarily well-preserved issue, with an illustrated cover drawn by Charles A. Winter (reproduced from The Masses). Feature articles about Colorado miners by George N. Falconer and Robert M. Knight, with articles by Mary E. Marcy, Patrick Quinlan, and Bruce Rogers, et al....
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.6 (December, 1913)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.1 (July, 1913)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. An attractive issue, with a superb photograph by Underwood & Underwood (NY) showing a structural iron worker clinging to a rope some 500 feet above New York City. With articles by Phillips Russell, W.H. Thompson, John Reed, and Fred H. Merrick, et al....
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIV, No.1 (July, 1913)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIII, No.12 (June, 1913)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. This issue features a cover image of a seated Mother Jones, with William D. Haywood's lead article "On the Paterson Picket Line." Contents feature articles by Mary E. Marcy, Frank Chester Pease, Alexander Scott, and William E. Bohn, et al. Small quarto (24cm);...
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIII, No.12 (June, 1913)
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIII, No.9 (March, 1913)
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. An attractive issue featuring a cover photograph of Mother Jones placing new shoes on the young daughter of a striking coal miner, with an accompanying article titled "Mother Jones Arrested and Jailed in a Box Car." Contents include contributions by Mary E. Marcy...
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The International Socialist Review - Vol.XIII, No.9 (March, 1913)
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The Red Peril
Cleveland: The Ohio Apostolate, 1912. First Edition. Octavo (21cm). Printed thick paper wrappers; 56pp. Inked catalog number to front wrapper, else just light external wear and soil; internally clean and unmarked; Very Good. A Catholic priest's exegesis on the evils of Socialism. Includes a substantial section on the Society of...
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The Red Peril
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Poolroom
New York: Lee Furman, 1938. First edition. Presentable copy of this uncommon underworld novel, written to expose the illegal betting industry, carried on in America's pool-rooms "behind an elaborate veil of secrecy...that finances many of the nation's most corrupt political machines." HANNA 2960. Small octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; yellow top-stain;...
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Poolroom
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The Facts
New York: New York World-Telegram, [1948]. Octavo (22cm). Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed paper wrappers; 24pp. Mild creasing and soil; Very Good or better. Reprints Woltman's series of 1947 articles in the Scripps-Howard newspapers exposing supposed Communist infiltration in the Methodist Church, particularly referencing the December, 1947 Conference of the Methodist Federation...
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The Facts
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"Votin' Is White Folks Business"
New York: Committee of 100, 1947. First Edition. Extract from Stetson Kennedy's book Southern Exposure (NY: Doubleday, 1946). Account of institutional and extra-legal methods used to suppress the Black vote in the South. Uncommon; OCLC gives 3 locations (Mich, USF, UWM). Octavo (20cm). Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed paper wrappers; 15pp. Rear...
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"Votin' Is White Folks Business"
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Llano's Co-operative Units. Food, Clothing and Shelter is Assured by the Adoption of This System
Newllano: Llano Co-Operative Colony, N.d. (ca 1934). Eleven-point plan for "forming co-operative Units on the land...[to be] carried out by a family, a group of families, or numbers of people combining themselves together upon the land and from it producing all that the soil itself can be made to give...
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Llano's Co-operative Units. Food, Clothing and Shelter is Assured by the Adoption of This System
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Safe Conduct Pass to Hippie-Land
N.p., n.d, s.i. [NY: ca 1969?]. Leaflet, 15cm x 14cm. Printed recto-only in red and black. Single horizontal fold, light creasing; Very Good. Of unknown origin, though we note that the inventory of the Tuli Kupferberg/Sylvia Topp archive assembled by bookseller Ken Lopez (http://lopezbooks.com/archive/kupferberg/tk-inv.html) includes ten examples of a leaflet...
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Safe Conduct Pass to Hippie-Land
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At Home in the Hills: Glimpses of Harlan County, Kentucky Through the Media of the Linoleum Block and the Woodcut
Pine Mountain, KY: Pine Mountain Print Shop, 1939. First Edition. Collection of wood engravings of Kentucky mountain scenes, with accompanying text by the artist/author. Spelman was a teacher at the PIne Mountain Settlement School in Harlan County. The book was printed and bound by the school's students. Copy number 389...
[Item #20359]
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At Home in the Hills: Glimpses of Harlan County, Kentucky Through the Media of the Linoleum Block and the Woodcut
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Two Chapters From Natural Taxation by Thomas G. Shearman. Chap. IX, The Natural Tax. Ch. XIII, The Social Effects of Taxation
New York: Doubleday, McClure, 1898. Two extracts from Shearman's 1898 popularization of Henry George's Single Tax. With brief (2-pp) prefatory note. Uncommon; none others found in commerce (2014); OCLC gives 3 locations. 12mo (18cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers; [2], 115-135; 199-223. Mild cover soil; small creases; text toned; Very Good.
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Two Chapters From Natural Taxation by Thomas G. Shearman. Chap. IX, The Natural Tax. Ch. XIII, The Social Effects of Taxation
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The People Library. Vol 1 - no. 4. I. Taxation. II: Genesis of Religion. III. The S.L.P. Vote in Greater New York
New York: National Executive Committee, S.L.P. 1899. First Edition. Octavo (23cm). Printed red paper wrappers; pp [49]-72. Wrappers partially detached, worn and faded at margins; text complete, clean and unmarked. A solid, Good copy. Early Socialist Labor Party quarterly, an adjunct to its official organ "The Weekly People."
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The People Library. Vol 1 - no. 4. I. Taxation. II: Genesis of Religion. III. The S.L.P. Vote in Greater New York
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A Series of Common Sense Tests whereby any person may answer for himself or herself the question "Am I Educated" Formulated by Dr. Herman H. Horne [...]
Alpine, NJ: Wilbur F. Copeland / The Copeland School, N.d. (after 1910). Wilbur F. Copeland (likely dates 1864-1943), a disciple of Edward Bellamy and Laurence Gronlund, founded the Straight Edge Society, a Christian Socialist community, in New York in 1899. According to Trahair (Utopias and Utopias: An Historical Dictionary, Westport...
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A Series of Common Sense Tests whereby any person may answer for himself or herself the question "Am I Educated" Formulated by Dr. Herman H. Horne [...]
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Equal Rights. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Broken run of 7 issues, from Vol. 30, no. 3 (March, 1944) to Vol. 31, no. 6 (Nov-Dec 1945).
Washington DC: National Woman's Party, 1944-45. First Edition. Much on the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, which was up for a vote in early 1945. Much also on the role of women in war-time, with articles by Gaeta Wold Boyer, Anna Kelton Wiley, Jane Norman Smith, Alma Lutz, Elizabeth...
[Item #20353]
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Equal Rights. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Broken run of 7 issues, from Vol. 30, no. 3 (March, 1944) to Vol. 31, no. 6 (Nov-Dec 1945).
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Equal Rights. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Vol. 28, No. 6 (June, 1942)
Washington DC: National Woman's Party, 1942. First Edition. Cover devoted to reportage of Georgia O'Keefe, with portrait, announcing her receipt of an honorary doctorate from University of Wisconsin. Other contributions by Dorothy Canfield ("Women in War - A Recipe"); Alma Lutz ("A Feminist Thinks It Over"); others. Quarto (31cm). Staple-bound...
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Equal Rights. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Vol. 28, No. 6 (June, 1942)
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Le Vodou Haitien Rite Radas-Canzo. Preface du Dr. Pierre Mabille
Port-Au-Prince: Imprimerie de L'Etat, [1945]. First Trade Edition. Early treatise on Haitian religious ritual and folk music, one of the earliest authoritative anthropological investigations of vodou. As noted in the inscription, extremely uncommon in commerce, but we cannot attest to the accuracy of the presenter's claim that Maximilien "disappeared" after...
[Item #20347]
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Le Vodou Haitien Rite Radas-Canzo. Preface du Dr. Pierre Mabille
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With Sun In Our Blood
New York: Citadel, 1950. First Edition. Page began her career as the Soviet correspondent for the Daily Worker; she was also a prolific contributor to CP periodicals such as Soviet Russia Today, The Southern Worker, and New Masses. The present work, set in the Pennsylvania coal fields, deals specifically with...
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With Sun In Our Blood
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Forced Labor in the United States
New York: International Publishers, 1933. First Edition. Critical study of prison labor, with a special emphasis on the exploitation of convict labor and chain gangs, including a section on forced labor in the colonies and in the Soviet Union. With a two-page introduction by Theodore Dreiser. We have noted a....
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Forced Labor in the United States

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