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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 3 (Whole No. 30), March 1939
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1939. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [66]-95. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; wrappers partially separated from staples, but present; about Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this issue include "Behind...
[Item #27099]
Price: $25.00
 
The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 3 (Whole No. 30), March 1939
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 2 (Whole No. 29), Feb 1939
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1939. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [34]-63. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; wrappers partially separated from staples, but present, rear wrapper creased; about Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this...
[Item #27097]
Price: $25.00
 
The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 2 (Whole No. 29), Feb 1939
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 7 (Whole No. 22), July 1938
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1938. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [194]-223. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this issue include "The Betrayal in Spain: An Anarchist Reveals How the...
[Item #27096]
Price: $25.00
 
The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 7 (Whole No. 22), July 1938
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 6 (Whole No. 21), June 1938
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1938. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [162]-191. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this issue include Trotsky, "Their Morals and Ours;" Maurice Spector, "Collapse of...
[Item #27095]
Price: $25.00
 
The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 6 (Whole No. 21), June 1938
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 4 (Whole No. 19), April, 1938
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1938. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [98]-127. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this issue include Trotsky, "Hue and Cry Over Kronstadt," Max Eastman, "A...
[Item #27092]
Price: $25.00
 
The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. IV, no. 4 (Whole No. 19), April, 1938
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James P. Cannon: A Political Tribute. Including five interviews from the last year of his life
New York: Pathfinder Press, 1974. First Edition. Quarto. Stapled wrappers; 46pp; illus. Mild external toning, else Near Fine.
[Item #27091]
Price: $15.00
 
James P. Cannon: A Political Tribute. Including five interviews from the last year of his life
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The Tale of the Raza
Del Rey, CA: El Centro Campesino Cultural, [ca 1967]. Stapled, mimeographed sheets, printed from typescript; 3pp. Very Good. Valdez's groundbreaking essay on the rise of the Chicano Farmworker movement and the ascendancy of Cesar Chavez, first published as an article in Ramparts magazine for July, 1966. This separate edition, apparently...
[Item #27090]
Price: $75.00
 
The Tale of the Raza
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Donald Lamotte Hathway present "Black Diamond"
[New York]: Provincetown Playhouse, [1933]. First Edition. Octavo bifolium (21.5cm.); previous owner's typescript note at bottom of upper panel "(Opened Feb. 17 1933)." Fine. Greenwich Village theatrical production of "Black Diamond," a folk-drama set in the southern Illinois coal fields.
[Item #27080]
Price: $35.00
 
Donald Lamotte Hathway present "Black Diamond"
109.

Newspaper clipping mounted to onionskin sheet
[Los Angeles: Illustrated Magazine, 1917]. Quarto (26.5cm.); illustrated newspaper clipping mounted to onionskin sheet, contemporary inscription to sheet providing provenance of the clipping, the June 30, 1917 issue of the Illustrated Magazine. Clipping depicts Columbia students Owen Catell, son of Professor J. McKay Catell, and Charles F. Phillips, both arrested for "anti-draft conspiracy."
[Item #27079]
Price: $35.00
 
Newspaper clipping mounted to onionskin sheet
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Blues For Momma and Other Low Down Stuff
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1971. First Edition. Slim collection of 48 short rhyming poems and one long poem, largely inspired by the cast of characters encountered by the author in low-income neighborhoods. First Printing. 12mo (14cm); printed wrappers, stapled; 32pp. Touch of oxidation to staples, else Fine.
[Item #27078]
Price: $25.00
 
Blues For Momma and Other Low Down Stuff
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Clement Weisbecker: January 31st thru February 13th
New York: Burr Galleries, ca. 1950. First Edition. Single sheet folded twice; illus. A bit finger-soiled and toned, else Very Good. Flyer promoting the exhibition "Animals in Art: Paintings and Drawings by Clement Weisbecker." Izzy Young's copy, given him in 1965 by Harold Anton, "a close friend of Weissbecker [sic]...
[Item #27077]
Price: $35.00
 
Clement Weisbecker: January 31st thru February 13th
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Eight Important Modern Poets
[New York: Harper & Brothers, 1931]. First Edition. 12mo bifolium (19cm.); text printed in blue. Fine. Publisher's advertisement for the works of eight contemporary poets, including Edna St. Vincent Millay and Edmund Blunden. Order blank printed on rear panel.
[Item #27076]
Price: $12.00
 
Eight Important Modern Poets
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Recreation News, Vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1954
New York: Leisure Time Press, 1954. First Edition. Octavo bifoilum (21.5cm.); illus., text printed in red and black; includes photographic portrait by Nat Kaufman of Joe Gould (a.k.a. Professor Seagull), described here as a "Village philospher." Soil spots throughout, else Very Good. Periodical "Boosting New Yorkers and N.Y.C. Through Leisure...
[Item #27075]
Price: $75.00
 
Recreation News, Vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1954
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The Shrinking Man
Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications / Gold Medal Books, 1956. First Edition. Matheson's classic novel about a man whose body shrinks by 1/7" per day as a result of his exposure to radio-active mist and insecticide. Basis for two notable film adaptations, including Jack Arnold's 1957 film starring Grant Williams and...
[Item #27070]
Price: $20.00
 
The Shrinking Man
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Reach For Tomorrow
New York: Ballantine Books, 1956. First Edition. Collection of 12 stories previously published in various science fiction pulps and magazines. The book was simultaneously released in cloth and wrappers, both featuring stunning side-ways cover art by Richard Powers. First Printing, wrappered issue. Octavo; illustrated wrappers; yellow edge-staining; 166, [2]pp ads...
[Item #27069]
Price: $30.00
 
Reach For Tomorrow
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Storm Child: A Three Fold Novel
New York: John C. Yorston Publishing Co. 1937. First Edition. Novelized version of the real-life events surrounding the birth of Georgia Norwood, the first child born at the Boston Lighthouse in Boston Harbor. During a spring storm in 1932, Georgia's mother, Josephine Norwood, believed the birth was imminent, and a....
[Item #27068]
Price: $60.00
 
Storm Child: A Three Fold Novel
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King's Highway [Inscribed]
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1941. First Edition. Final book in the author's Starforth Trilogy, the story of the early formation of the southern states of America - with a short incursion into Canada - and a great deal about the Indians. First Printing. Octavo (21cm); navy blue cloth, with...
[Item #27066]
Price: $25.00
 
King's Highway [Inscribed]
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Stranger's Return
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933. First Edition. Novel by the author of State Fair, wherein a divorcée leaves New York to visit her grandfather's farm in Iowa, and while recovering, unexpectedly falls in love with a married farmer. Basis for King Vidor's 1933 film starring Lionel Barrymore, Miriam...
[Item #27065]
Price: $35.00
 
Stranger's Return
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East of Moonlight
Charlotte, NC: Red Clay Books, 1973. First Edition. Brief collection of poems by the Perry County, Alabama native, most dealing with the African-American experience between the South and the North. Slim octavo (23cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 52pp. Fine copy.
[Item #27064]
Price: $20.00
 
East of Moonlight
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The Sound of Running Feet
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1937. First U.K. Edition. Novel "of clerks and bosses in a small real estate office where no one is actually secure. The worries and burdens of middle-class America." COAN, p.95; HANNA 2114. First Impression. Octavo (18.75cm); rust-colored cloth, with titles stamped in gilt...
[Item #27063]
Price: $30.00
 
The Sound of Running Feet
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Rebellion
Chicago: Reilly and Britton, 1911. First Edition. A novel about heredity, sex selection, and the injustice of the Catholic attitude toward divorce. Patterson was a major journalist and publisher who founded New York's Daily News. His 1908 novel Little Brother of the Rich is cited in Walter Rideout's "The Radical...
[Item #27062]
Price: $30.00
 
Rebellion
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First, The Fields
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1941. First Edition. The author's first novel, chronicling the life of a North Carolina tobacco farmer and his relationship with the land. In the dustjacket with attractive wraparound artwork by John Alan Maxwell. HANNA 3882. Octavo (20.5cm); brown cloth, with titles stamped in...
[Item #27061]
Price: $35.00
 
First, The Fields
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Nkombo - Vol.3, No.1 (March, 1971)
New Orleans: Nkombo Publications, 1971. First Edition. Attractive issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. Contributions include poetry by Tom Dent, Val Ferdinand, Wayne O. Ross, Eric Duhe, Barbara Favorite, Ronald Singleton, Lloyd Dennis and others; illustrations throughout by Keith Ferdinand, Maureen Jackson, and...
[Item #27057]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.3, No.1 (March, 1971)
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.12 (May, 1929)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1929. May Day issue, with contributions by Bill Dunne, Martin Russak, Harvey O'Connor, Michael Gold, and Joseph Freeman, et al; illustrations throughout by Louis Lozowick, William Gropper, Aaron Sopher, and Adloph Dehn. Cover art by Gan Kolski (front) and William Gropper (rear). Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated...
[Item #27049]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.12 (May, 1929)
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Trick Baby: The Biography of a Con Man
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Co. 1969 (but ca.1972). The author's second book, where he tells "the story of a blue-eyed, light-haired, white-skinned negro called "White Folks" - the most incredible con man he had ever met. White Folks could have passed in the white world but stayed in the...
[Item #27047]
Price: $30.00
 
Trick Baby: The Biography of a Con Man

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