Limited edition screenprint in two colors, 25" x 19" (ca 64cm x 48cm). On heavy art paper. Signed in ink, lower right. Faint vertical crease along left side of image, else Fine.
Small broadside (ca. 9" x 6-1/4"), announcing a public lecture by Meta Stern at the Philadelphia Labor Lyceum. Old horizontal fold; slight toning; still Near Fine. Text in German.
The Colorado Industrial Plan. Including a Copy of the Plan of Representation and Agreement Adopted...
Very Good. First Edition. 16moStiff card wraps; 95pp. Mild soil to covers; ownership markings to first flyleaf; still a solid, VG copy. Rockefeller's mea non culpa for the Colorado Miner's strike of 1916. Scarce.
Original pictorial cloth gilt; 298pp; frontis. portr. Text tanned as usual; text block slightly loose in case; boards quite bright, with pictorial decorations clear and unrubbed. A quite presentable copy of a cheaply-made and fragile book. 12mo.
Octavo (23cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; gray buff wrappers, printed in blue; 16pp. Light foxing to first page of text, else lightly worn; Very Good.
Octavo (19.5cm); red textured cloth boards stamped in gilt on spine and front panel; dustjacket; 315pp. Gilt slightly dulled, with some trivial soil to text edges, preliminary and terminal leaves; Near Fine. The dustjacket is remarkably bright and fresh, with some pinpoint rubbing and a few tiny nicks to note;...
Quarto. Single sheet folded to make four pages; lyrics on opening page with facing musical notation. Paper slightly toned and soiled; Very Good. Text in English.
Original silkscreened poster in three colors; 30" x 20" (ca 77cm x 56cm). Printed in red, blue and black inks on heavy art paper. Considerable bleed-through of colors to verso; impression slightly uneven along upper margin; a few small spots of soil -- still a bright, clean example, Near Fine. Unbacked.
Only edition. Small octavo (18.5cm). Publisher's blind-stamped green boards, lettered in gilt on spine; original clay-coated yellow endpapers; mounted albumen photographic frontispiece; xii, 444pp. Light wear to covers; front hinge pulled, thinly cracked at endpapers; a few text pages slightly darkened. A solid, Good copy. Preface by Handel Cossham.
Large octavo (24.5cm). Original printed card wrappers; 128pp. Wrappers somewhat worn, with triangular losses to rear cover costing a few words of promotional text; spine abraded, with titling partially rubbed away. Occasional mild creasing to contents, but generally clean and free of markings; just Good. Text entirely in English.
Octavo (21.5cm). Black cloth boards, lettered in silver on spine; dustjacket; 240pp. Inscribed and signed by Morris Ernst on front endpaper to Senator Richard M. Nixon: "For Senator Nixon - who will no doubt disagree but may still respect the desire to work out a solution other than McCarthyism," undated...
The Radical Remedy in Social Science: or, Borning Better Babies Through Regulating Reproduction by Controlling...
12mo (18cm). Blue printed wrappers; 122, pp. Covers chipped, soiled and worn, but without loss to any lettering; front wrapper nearly detached. Text clean and unmarked, though a few leaves are creased at corners. A sound, Good copy overall. Bookplate of the "Land and Labor Club No. 1 of Connecticut"...
Quarto (28cm); 8.5 X 11" sheets stapled between thicker, offwhite paperstock, with titles and text printed in black on front cover; 18pp; illus. Moderate toning to front cover, with some trivial creasing along edges; Very Good+.
Octavo (19.5cm.); original cloth in grey dust jacket printed in green; xii,184pp. Jacket spine a bit dust-soiled, as is rear panel, otherwise About Fine. Russian exile philospher's interpretation of the Russian revolution as an extension of the population's Orthodox religious spirit. First published in German in 1934. SMELE 945.
Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 192pp; bibliog. Fine copy in a nicely-preserved example of the striking Louis Lozowick dustjacket, slightly darkened on spine and with a few tiny nicks to extremities, still Near Fine.
Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 465pp; illus. Straight, clean copy with ink ownership signature to front endpaper, mild rubbing to bottom board edges. In a lovely, unfaded original dustwrapper, lightly eroded at spine ends and with a small (1/16") chip at upper rear panel, still Near Fine.
Typed Letter, Signed, 1962. With Additional Material Relating to the First SDS National Convention and...
Mimeographed form letter, extending an invitation to the first SDS National Convention, June 11-15, 1962. Signed in blue ink by SDS Chairman Robert A. Haber. Together with a one-page Convention Program, and a 5-pp prospectus titled "What is the S.D.S.?" (both mimeographed). Original folds for mailing, else Fine.
Octavo (21cm). Blue cloth boards, lettered in red on spine and front cover; red top-stain; dustjacket; 320pp. Cloth slightly faded on backstrip, with matching fading to jacket spine, else a clean, tight, VG or better copy.
Octavo (21cm). Orange cloth, 336pp, frontis, photographic plates; pictorial dustjacket. Boards soiled and faintly dampstained on upper one-third of rear board; uncommon jacket is present; price-clipped with moderate overall wear and soil, with dampstaining and clear tape remnants visible on verso. Internally clean, tight and unmarked; Good to Very Good...
Quarto. Side-stapled, mimeographed sheets; 12pp. Mild corner-creasing; Near Fine. Issued as the December "Gift" Issue of The Woman Activist. A nuts-and-bolts campaign primer for political novices, issued during the first great wave of women entrants to the political arena in the early 1970s. Scarce; OCLC finds 4 locations; none others...
Von Oktober bis nach Brest-Litovsk. Die Geschichte der bolschevistischen November-Revolution (Sozialistische Arbeiter-Biliothek, No. 12)
12mo (18cm). Printed card wrappers; 127pp. Very mild external wear; faint spotting to a few pages of text; Near Fine in the original wrappers.
Octavo (19.5cm); green textured boards, with titles and designed stamped in gilt; yellow topstain; dustjacket; 439pp. Spine gilt slightly dulled, else very Near Fine. The unclipped dustjacket shows some light soiling and edgewear, with a few tiny tears; Near Fine.
Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 315pp; illus. Tight, straight copy in slightly worn pictorial jacket. Illustrated with halftones.
First Issue (per Ahearn), one of approximately 613 copies. Octavo; vertical-ribbed maroon cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine and front panel; 252pp,  ads. Some trivial rubbing to extremities, with light spotting to upper edge of text; Near Fine.
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