First Printing. Octavo (21cm); tan cloth with titles and design stamped in brown and red on spine and front panel; brick red topstain; dustjacket; 256pp; illus. Fine in a Very Good+ dustjacket, unclipped, lightly rubbed overall, with some minor soil and a few edge tears.
Lithograph in two colors; 22-1/2" x 17-1/2" (ca 57cm x 43cm). Printed in black and red on heavy paper. Fine, unrestored exaple; Grade A.
Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet, bound into black cloth boards; 23pp. Institutional hand-stamp to first page of text, else Fine, with original card wrappers bound in.
Tabloid (42cm); newsprint, with illustrated cover in orange and brown; 24pp; illus. Faint horizontal fold at center (as issued), with some light toning to the extremities; Near Fine.
Small, square octavo (18cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; original photo-pictorial cover wrappers; [48pp]. Chiefly illustrations. Trivial rubbing to wrapper edges; a Fine, unworn copy.
Octavo (21cm). Tan cloth boards, stamped in red and blue on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 434pp; illus. Tight, straight copy, very Near Fine, in original pictorial dustwrapper which is unclipped, with light rubbing at folds and edges, Very Good. Review copy, with publisher's promotional sheet laid in.
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.
Small octavo (18cm). Blue ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; 319pp; top edge gilt; maps, illus. Small vertical loss to edge of rear endpaper, else a tight, clean, Near Fine copy, free of markings or significant wear.
Quarto (28cm). Original yellow pictorial wrappers, sidestapled, vi + 144 + (8pp). Minor signs of use to covers, no creasing at staple bindings, numerical handstamp to lower right corner, internally fine.
Octavo (21.5cm); orange stapled wraps printed in black; 64pp; illus. Text edges and wrapper extremities, lightly toned, else a very well-preserved example; Near Fine.
Octavo. Pictorial card wrappers (softcover); xxiii, 288pp; illus. This copy inscribed on half-title: "All blessings to Wyatt Day - Daniel Berrigan." With laid-in photo post card, portions of which appear also to be in Berrigan's hand. Mild wear; text slightly age-toned; Very Good.
Octavo (21.5cm). Cloth-backed boards; dustjacket; 308pp. Brief ownership markings to front endpaper; inobtrusive red ink-stain to bottom board edges; small puncture to crown of spine; Very Good. In crisp, unclipped dustwrapper, faintly stained on verso, Very Good.
Octavo. Pictorial wrappers; 128p; illus. Light wear and soil; small creased to corners; Very Good.
Number 91 of an unspecified limitation. Hand-numbered and signed by the author on copyright page. Large octavo (25cm); original gilt-blocked cloth; dustjacket; 171pp; illus. Brief ownership inscription to front endpaper, else a tight, fine copy. In the original dustjacket, toned on spine and margins with a few short closed tears...
Octavo. Maroon cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; 413 pp; illus. Spine sunned, with dulling to gilt; bookplate & ownership stamps; Very Good.
12mo (18cm). Original decorated wrappers; 289,(9),23pp. Covers rubbed and acidic text paper tanned, as usual; still a complete, tightly-bound copy, Good.
[RADICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM] FOREMAN, Dave and Bill HAYWOOD (pseud); Edward ABBEY (fwd); Roger CANDEE (illus)
Ecodefense: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching. Second Edition, Revised & Enlarged. Copy Used As Evidence...
Octavo (19.5cm). Original illustrated wrappers; 311pp; illustrated with halftones and line illustrations in text. Inscribed to Earth First! activist Margaret "Peg" Millett by co-authors Haywood, Abbey and Foreman on frontispiece, title page, and Disclaimer page respectively; by illustrator Roger Candee at his first contribution. Abbey's inscription is dated in year...
The Poisoned Loving-Cup: United States School Histories Falsified Through Pro-British Propaganda in Sweet Name of...
Small octavo (18.5cm). Original orange cloth boards, lettered in dark brown; dustjacket; 208pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in the scarce and extremely fragile dustwrapper with several clear tape mends to verso; Good.
Octavo. Black cloth boards; dustjacket; 364pp. Removed from a non-circulating private library, with ink ownership markings to front endpaper and accompanying black ink elisions from de-accession. Light rubbing and wear; else crisp, bright copy in very good or better dustjacket.
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...
Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial paper wrappers; 30pp. Covers lightly soiled; stamp to rear cover of the Cleveland branch of the Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade; Very Good.
Octavo (23cm). Printed paper wrappers; 19pp; illus. Mild external age-toning, else Near Fine. Photographic illustrations in text (halftones).
Octavo (22.5cm). Pictorial thick paper wrappers, printed in brown and black on spine and front cover; 101pp; illus. Moderate toning, wear, and soil to covers; corners a little rolled, with mild creases to extremities; internally clean and unmarked; Good to Very Good.
N.d. (ca 1897; dated from text). Original printed wrappers; 24pp; 8pp ads (including rear wrapper). Mild corner creasing, dusting and soil; text fresh; unmarked; Very Good. Objections to cigarette smoking on hygienic and moral grounds, with several testimonials and case histories. Scarce tract by a prominent publisher of health reform...
Single sheet of thick, white semi-gloss stock, printed in black; approx. 28 x 43cm; illus. Soiling to left edge, with some minor attendant erosion to same; Very Good.
Broadside Circular. International Workmen's Association. North American Section - Pacific Coast Division - Organizer's Circular
Broadside circular, printed recto only; 46 x 22 cm (ca. 18-1/8" x 8-3/4"). Faint old fold lines, else fresh and Near Fine. Very scarce organizing circular for this enigmatic Marxist-Anarchist society, organized ca. 1881 by San Francisco attorney, newspaper publisher, and labor agitator Burnette G. Haskell. Text unsigned, but almost...
Octavo (20cm). Black cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; 256pp; frontispiece and 4 inserted leaves of plates (halftones). Fine, unmarked copy in the original Louis Lozowick dustwrapper, price-clipped and gently faded on spine, still crisp and Near Fine.
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