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Thoughts of a Human [cover title]
[Provincetown, MA: Susan Baker, 1983]. First Edition. 5 volumes, various sizes; all in original staplebound pictorial wrappers, laid into white illustrated 4-panelled folder; chiefly illus. Light wear to folder from handling, else Fine. Includes the pamphlets Shedding a Self, The Birth of the Child of Choice, Diary of a Prime-Time...
[Item #27914]
Price: $125.00
 
Thoughts of a Human [cover title]
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Images of American Radicalism
Hanover: Christopher Publishing House, [1998]. First Edition. Quarto (28.5cm.); original cloth in pale grey pictorial dust jacket; xviii,462pp.; color plates, text illus. throughout. Light shelf wear, jacket spine a bit sunned, else Near Fine.
[Item #28644]
Price: $60.00
 
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Images of American Radicalism
Hanover: Christopher Publishing House, [1999]. Second Edition. Quarto (27.5cm.); original glossy yellow illustrated wrappers; xviii,462pp.; illus. throughout, including numerous color plates. Light internal wear from handling, else Very Good or better.
[Item #28397]
Price: $50.00
 
Images of American Radicalism
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New Masses, Vol. X, no 4 (Jan 23, 1934).
New York: New Masses, 1934. First Edition. Includes contributions by Moissaye Olgin, Erskine Caldwell, Edwin Seaver, others. Cartoons by William Gropper, Georges Schreiber, Julius Bloch; cover illustration by Phil Bard presents the right-wing radio propagandist Father Charles Coughlin in the form of a stylized swastika. Quarto (31cm). Original staple-bound, illustrated...
[Item #26858]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. X, no 4 (Jan 23, 1934).
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New Masses, Vol. X, no 7 (Feb 13, 1934).
New York: New Masses, 1934. First Edition. Includes contributions by John Strachey, John Dos Passos, Eishi Tanaka, others. Cartoons by Jacob Burck, Stuyvesant Van Veen, Adolf Dehn, Reginald Marsh; cover illustration by Hugo Gellert. Quarto (31cm). Original staple-bound, illustrated wrappers; 31pp; illus. Usual toning to paper small chips and tears...
[Item #26857]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. X, no 7 (Feb 13, 1934).
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Why Men Hate Women
New York: Payson & Clarke Ltd, [1927]. First Edition. First printing. 12mo (18cm.); original cloth-backed boards, paper labels printed on green stock mounted to spine and upper cover, yellow pictorial dust jacket, green topstain; [2],67pp.; illus. Minor chipping to jacket extremities, spine and flap folds a bit toned; front pastedown...
[Item #24019]
Price: $50.00
 
Why Men Hate Women
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Male Call: 112 of the GI Comic Strips by that Name--Featuring the Effortless War Activities of Miss Lace
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1945. First Edition. Oblong octavo (19.5x25.75cm.); original boards in yellow pictorial dust jacket, all edges dyed red; unpaged; chiefly illus. Clean splitting along jacket folds, spine ends chipped, uneven dampstaining, interior fine. Very Good in About Good dust jacket.
[Item #24734]
Price: $40.00
 
Male Call: 112 of the GI Comic Strips by that Name--Featuring the Effortless War Activities of Miss Lace
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Hudibras. Plates I-XII (complete) [from] Hogarth Restored: the Whole Works of the Celebrated William Hogarth
London: T. Cook, 1806. Later Edition. The complete series, plates I-X uncut as issued. These are the Thomas Cook re-engravings, ca. 1806. Plate marks 21-1/4" x 14" on 24" x 17" sheets; printed on heavy wove paper. Occasional shallow chipping, soiling, & foxing to extremities; images fresh and unfoxed; Very...
[Item #8381]
Price: $1,200.00
 
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In the "400" and Out
New York: Keppler & Schwarzmann, 1889. First Edition. A collection of finely-rendered social caricatures lampooning the leisure activities of New York's upper crust. Charles Jay Taylor (1855-1929) enjoyed a long career as an illustrator for the New York Daily Graphic and Puck, where some of these illustrations first appeared. Oblong...
[Item #16639]
Price: $75.00
 
In the "400" and Out
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New Masses, Vol. 8, no. 13 (July, 1932).
New York: New Masses, 1932. First Edition. Includes contributions by Joseph North (on the Communist nominating convention); Harry Raymond (on the Bonus Army march); Oakley Johnson (reportage on the John Reed Clubs convention); Felipe Ybarra ("The Pecan Slaves of Texas"); others. Cartoons by William Gropper, Herb Kruckman, Phil Bard; cover...
[Item #26859]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. 8, no. 13 (July, 1932).
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Cops Are Hired to Enforce the Laws
San Francisco: Peoples Press, [1969]. One of several "primers" produced by this San Francisco underground press collective, this designed to demonstrate the role of the constabulary in protecting the interests of the rich, both domestically and internationally. Illustrations are uncredited but bear the hallmarks of Frank Cieciorka, who was a....
[Item #28850]
Price: $60.00
 
Cops Are Hired to Enforce the Laws
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Everything Correlates: Some Observations on the Educational Continuum
Poughkeepsie: Vassar Cooperative Bookshop, Vassar College, [1946]. Second (1947) Printing. Small square quarto (21.5cm.); original teal pictorial staplebound card wrappers; unpaged; chiefly illus. Wrapper extremities a bit toned, light wear from handling, else Very Good and sound. Collection of cartoons pertaining to female college students and campus life.
[Item #28751]
Price: $15.00
 
Everything Correlates: Some Observations on the Educational Continuum
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Women Are Wonderful! A History in Cartoons of a Hundred Years with America's Most Controversial Figure
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1956. First Edition. Compilation of women-related cartoons culled from major American periodicals. Grouped into chapters by subject ("Fashion and Beauty," "Love, Sex, and the Pursuit of the Male," etc.) Includes works by Currier & Ives, William Steig, James Thurber, and Art Young, among many others. Large...
[Item #25401]
Price: $45.00
 
Women Are Wonderful! A History in Cartoons of a Hundred Years with America's Most Controversial Figure
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Some IWW Cartoons [cover title]
New York: Come!Unity Press, n.d., ca. 1970s. First Edition. Scarce publication of the gay anarcho Come!Unity Press reproducing 39 IWW cartoons from the first half of the 20th century. Not in MILES. Unlocated in OCLC as of October, 2015, though a partial bibliography of the Press includes this work (http://www.wussu.com/various/comeunitypress.htm)...
[Item #27832]
Price: $125.00
 
Some IWW Cartoons [cover title]
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Bandes Dessinées Chinoises. Avec un Récit Complet: La Combe Chaoyang
Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982. First Edition. Uncommon work on modern Chinese comics. Appendix reproduces an entire Chinese graphic novel, "La Combe Chaoyang," originally published in Shanhai, 1972. Oblong quarto. Original pictorial wrappers; 62, XXIX pp; illus. Wrappers worn, toned and creased; internally clean, complete and unmarked. A Good reading...
[Item #15862]
Price: $40.00
 
Bandes Dessinées Chinoises. Avec un Récit Complet: La Combe Chaoyang
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Meet The People - Souvenir Program From the 1940 Traveling Production by the Hollywood Theatre Alliance
Los Angeles: Hollywood Theatre Alliance, [1940]. Original program for this 1940 stage revue, aimed at extolling the virtues and power of the American "common man" at the end of the Great Depression. Though usually described as a "patriotic" production, the show's book was co-written by a decidedly left-of-center team of...
[Item #15987]
Price: $150.00
 
Meet The People - Souvenir Program From the 1940 Traveling Production by the Hollywood Theatre Alliance
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A History of Communism in China, 1917-1959 [cover title]
N.p. n.d. [1959?]. First Edition. Quarto (26.5cm); original white pictorial staplebound and hole-punched wrappers; unpaged; illus., maps. Spine a bit rubbed, else Very Good. Detailed time-line beginning with the establishment of Sun Yat-sen's government in Canton in June, 1917, and ending on August 29, 1958, when the Party's directive on...
[Item #25402]
Price: $35.00
 
A History of Communism in China, 1917-1959 [cover title]
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It Is Time For Action! / 'E Tempo Di Essere Attivi Nella Lotta Contra La Reazione!
[San Francisco]: The Communist Party of North Beach, N.d. [1947?]. Broadside advertising a rally in San Francisco's Washington Square Park. The broadside does not list the particular issues being protested, but from the context it would appear to have been against the Supreme Court's 1947 ruling affirming the right of...
[Item #19985]
Price: $300.00
 
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The Workers (Communist) Party: What It Stands For - Why Workers Should Join
Chicago: Workers Party, [ca 1925]. First Edition. SEIDMAN R260: "The program of the Workers (Communist) Party, outlined by its general secretary." The "Workers (Communist) Party" was the official name of the American CP from 1925 until 1929, when the name was changed to the Communist Party of the USA. Excellent...
[Item #14655]
Price: $45.00
 
20.

Infants
Barcelona: Edicions del Comissariat de Propaganda de la Generalitat de Catalunya, [ca 1936]. Suite of twelve handsome lithographs by the Catalan painter Pere Créixams (1893-1965), all depicting Catalonian children against the backdrop of various scenes from the Civil War. Each image is accompanied by a brief patriotic slogan in Catalan...
[Item #17499]
Price: $300.00
 
Infants
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Fritz the Cat: Secret Agent for the C.I.A.
[New York]: Ballantine Books, [1972]. First Thus. First printing. Oblong octavo (10.5x27.25cm.); original pictorial staplebound wrappers; unpaged; illus. Wrappers a bit rubbed, else Very Good. FIENE 263.
[Item #26773]
Price: $50.00
 
Fritz the Cat: Secret Agent for the C.I.A.
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Art Front 10 - February, 1936
New York: Art Front, 1936. An important, if now seldom-seen, publication, whose editorial board included Stuart Davis, Louis Lozowick, Joe Solman, Angel Flores, Harold Glintenkamp, Jacob Burck, William Gropper and others. Though not officially affiliated with any political party, Art Front was a major proving ground for revolutionary social-realist art...
[Item #21000]
Price: $250.00
 
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Art Front 8 - December, 1935
New York: Art Front, 1935. An important, if now seldom-seen, publication, whose editorial board included Stuart Davis, Louis Lozowick, Joe Solman, Angel Flores, Harold Glintenkamp, Jacob Burck, William Gropper and others. Though not officially affiliated with any political party, Art Front was a major proving ground for revolutionary social-realist art...
[Item #20999]
Price: $250.00
 
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A Five-Syllable Sentence Meaning Adolf Wo Bist Du?
N.p. The Typophiles, N.d. [ca 1944]. First, Limited Edition. Satirical jab at the Axis powers in WWII, anonymously written in the form of mutual letters begging aid between Tojo and Hitler. The Tojo portion is printed in Japanese Kanji characters, with English translation. Text makes mention of the loss of...
[Item #16395]
Price: $125.00
 
A Five-Syllable Sentence Meaning Adolf Wo Bist Du?
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Racism Chains Both
New York: Communist Party USA - National Black Liberation Commission. A late and rather uncommon Gellert poster. Published under the auspices of the CPUSA, probably ca. 1970, but the image is taken from Gellert's 1936 portfolio "Aesop Said So." OCLC gives one location (Goldstein Collection, Library of Congress). Original lithographed...
[Item #27251]
Price: $600.00
 


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