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Broadside: People's Party Meeting: Mrs. C.F. Young of Berkeley, Cal. will address the citizens of [blank] On this [blank] Evening [blank] o'clock
San Francisco: Cubery & Co. n.d., ca. 1894. First Edition. Unused flyer for the People's Party, a populist agrarian political party founded in 1891 which merged with the Democratic Party in 1896. The present piece announces three talks to be delivered by Young, including "Political Issues--of Vital Interest to Women,"...
[Item #31577]
Price: $125.00
 
Broadside: People's Party Meeting: Mrs. C.F. Young of Berkeley, Cal. will address the citizens of [blank] On this [blank] Evening [blank] o'clock. Carrie F. YOUNG.
102.

Broadside: The Socialist Party City Platform
Martinsburg, WVa. Socialist Party of the City of Martinsburg, 1912. First Edition. 1912 flyer issued by the Socialist Party of the city of Martinsburg in preparation of that year's mayoral race, naming M.B. Adams as the lead candidate, accompanied by five ward aldermen, including two carpenters, two railroadmen, and a....
[Item #31549]
Price: $450.00
 
Broadside: The Socialist Party City Platform. SOCIALIST PARTY OF THE CITY OF MARTINSBURG, W Va.
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Original poster: Free Mooney, Labor's Champion
San Francisco: Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, 1934. First Edition. Fund-raising poster for the year 1934 issued by the Committee. Printed across bottom edge of poster: "A class war prisoner for 18 years on July 27, 1934 / The victim of a monstrous capitalistf class frameup / Member of the...
[Item #31546]
Price: $750.00
 
Original poster: Free Mooney, Labor's Champion. TOM MOONEY MOLDERS' DEFENSE COMMITTEE.
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Allen Ginsberg Photographs
Altadena: Twelvetrees Press, 1990. First Trade Edition. Hardcover. First printing. Large quarto (36cm). Cloth boards, dustjacket; tight, fine copy in very Near Fine jacket with just a hint of dusting and edge-rubbing. The first trade edition was limited to 5000 copies.
[Item #37805]
Price: $100.00
 
Allen Ginsberg Photographs. Allen GINSBERG.
105.

Appalachian Wilderness: the Great Smoky Mountains
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. First printing. Small folio (36cm). Green cloth boards (hardcover); dustjacket; 123pp. Gift inscription to front endpaper in green ink, else a sharp, clean copy in the original dustwrapper which shows just a hint of aging at extremities, Near Fine. The...
[Item #37804]
Price: $125.00
 
Appalachian Wilderness: the Great Smoky Mountains. Eliot PORTER, photographs, Edward Abbey, text., Harry Caudill.
106.

Max Ernst: A Retrospective (English-language edition)
Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 384pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in bright dustwrapper with a few minor nicks to extremities. Well-preserved copy of this major monograph, published in association with the 1991 Ernst Retrospective at the Tate Gallery, London.
[Item #37803]
Price: $75.00
 
Max Ernst: A Retrospective (English-language edition). ERNST, Werner SPIES.
107.

The Kohut Seminars on Self Psychology and Psychotherapy with Adolescents and Young Adults
NY: Norton, 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; cloth boards (hardcover); dustjacket; 318 pp. Fine, unmarked copy in Near Fine dustwrapper. Errata slip laid in.
[Item #37186]
Price: $25.00
 
The Kohut Seminars on Self Psychology and Psychotherapy with Adolescents and Young Adults. Miriam ELSON.
108.

Original poster: Labor Champion Tom Mooney / Free Mooney: a Class War Prisoner 19 Years, July 27, 1935 / Victim of a Monstrous Capitalist Class Frameup / Member of International Molders' Union 33 Years [alt. title: Labor Martyr Immortalized in Prison / Stone Face]
San Francisco: Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, 1935. First Edition. Large fund-raising poster issued by the Committee "for Labor Day, May Day, Working Class and Mooney parades and demonstrations, mass meetings, Unions' halls and Workers' headquarters" (bottom edge of both recto and verso). Left-hand panel of poster verso features anarchist...
[Item #31545]
Price: $750.00
 
Original poster: Labor Champion Tom Mooney / Free Mooney: a Class War Prisoner 19 Years, July 27, 1935 / Victim of a Monstrous Capitalist Class Frameup / Member of International Molders' Union 33 Years [alt. title: Labor Martyr Immortalized in Prison / Stone Face]. TOM MOONEY MOLDERS' DEFENSE COMMITTEE, Lola RIDGE.
109.

The Revolutionary Movement in Russia. Reprinted from the "New York Herald" with notes and preface
Cambridge: Moses King, 1881. First Thus. Paperback. Expanded offprint of the newspaper article "An Interview with a Nihilist," first published in August, 1881. The term "nihilist" refers to the early revolutionary movement in Russia of educating the under-classes. Panin, a member of the Russian upper classes, had been a participant...
[Item #31537]
Price: $450.00
 
The Revolutionary Movement in Russia. Reprinted from the "New York Herald" with notes and preface. Ivan PANIN.
110.

The Adventures of Agent Truboy
N.p. United Office and Professional Workers of America, CIO, [ca.1941-42]. First Edition. Paperback. Brief work of labor fiction written by a Brooklyn insurance agent, following the career of one Agent Truboy, an entry-level agent in a large, anonymous insurance company. The novelette follows his career beginning in the late 1920's...
[Item #31533]
Price: $125.00
 
The Adventures of Agent Truboy. Joseph HOCHBERG.
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Memorial of the Teachers of the Academic Faculty to the Board of Trustees, Howard University, Washington, D.C. November 15, 1924
[Washington, D.C.]: S.i. 1924. First Edition. Paperback. Summary of details regarding the salary scale for the academic faculty of Howard University, presented to their Board of Trustees. Includes extracts and correspondence from faculty to members of the board, including the full text of Dean Kelly Miller's letter to Dr. Michael...
[Item #31532]
Price: $150.00
 
Memorial of the Teachers of the Academic Faculty to the Board of Trustees, Howard University, Washington, D.C. November 15, 1924. AFRICAN AMERICANS, EDUCATION, Kelly MILLER, contributor.
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The Survivors
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc. 1932. First American Edition. Hardcover. First novel in Sibson's Survivors sequence, which describes "the Near Future volcanic creation of a new island in the Sargasso Sea, an event so violent that it causes two ocean liners to collide; the survivors of this cataclysm...
[Item #31479]
Price: $225.00
 
The Survivors. Francis Henry SIBSON.
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Fragments [Complete Run - Inscribed & Signed]
Boston: Fragments, 1935-1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Exceedingly scarce ephemeral literary magazine comprised chiefly of short essays and poetry published anonymously by O'Kane, later known for his anthropological studies of the Hopis. Yale only in OCLC as of September, 2016. Not in HOFFMAN. 37 octavo bifolium issues (21.5cm.) bound together in...
[Item #31471]
Price: $350.00
 
Fragments [Complete Run - Inscribed & Signed]. Walter Collins O'KANE, ed.
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If the Sky Fall [Inscribed & Signed]
New York: Arcadia House, 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. Novel recounts the plight of young Adeline Craig, who discovers while home from college that her father's bank has failed and the family fortune disappeared, leading to her finding a job raising funds for a charitable organization during the Great Depression. Not...
[Item #31230]
Price: $350.00
 
If the Sky Fall [Inscribed & Signed]. Helen PARTRIDGE.
115.

War and Love
Boston: The Four Seas Co. 1919. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (19.5cm). Decorated paper-covered boards with printed paper title labels; dustjacket; 94pp. A tight, unworn copy, very Near Fine. In original printed dustwrapper, complete and just lightly soiled and worn, but with old kraft-paper reinforcements to verso. Presumed later issue jacket...
[Item #31171]
Price: $200.00
 
War and Love. Richard ALDINGTON.
116.

Mr. Weld Retires
New York: Sears Publishing Co. 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Depression-era novel with a Chicago setting, in which a wealthy businessman, facing unexpected early retirement, finds himself immersed in a community of park-dwelling eccentrics, including demimondaines, political radicals, and a precocious young artist. The park is clearly modeled on Chicago's Washington...
[Item #31166]
Price: $300.00
 
Mr. Weld Retires. Arthur D. WELTON.
117.

I'm The Happiest Girl in the World
New York: Vanguard Press, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. A cynical Depression-era take on the beauty pageant industry, following the adventures of a would-be Miss Universe from small-town girl to the big-time pageant circuit. Essentially a forgotten book by Held, who is best remembered as a quintessential jazz-age illustrator but who...
[Item #30511]
Price: $450.00
 
I'm The Happiest Girl in the World. John HELD, Jr.
118.

Sometime
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. "A future utopia contrasted with contemporary life in the U.S." (HANNA 1695), dealing with issues related to technology, eugenics, and a labor army in a time of abundance. Scarce in commerce, particularly in dustjacket. BLEILER, p.148; NEGLEY 558; SARGENT, p.100. First...
[Item #30364]
Price: $250.00
 
Sometime. UTOPIAN FICTION, Robert HERRICK.
119.

Dusty Lyrics
Richmond, IN: Nicholson Printing & Mfg. Co. [1919]. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (19.25cm.); original red gilt-lettered cloth; xiii,[3],174pp.; photographic portrait frontispiece. Some soiling to cloth, faint ring stain to upper cover, spine faded; front hinge cracked, textblock uniformly toned and brittle due to poor paper stock. Still, About Very Good...
[Item #30265]
Price: $30.00
 
Dusty Lyrics. Moses Mitchell HODSON.
120.

Give the Boy a Chance. Describing The Children's Temple Home and Beulah Land Farm in its Work of Rescuing the Homeless and Neglected Street Waifs
Chicago: Children's Temple, 1900. First Edition. Hardcover. Volume by Herman Swift, extolling the virtues of his Chicago-based Children's Temple Home and Michigan-based Beulah Land Farm - both philanthropic ventures to fight the plague of homeless boys, orphans, and juvenile delinquents in the midwest. Illustrated throughout with group photographs of boys...
[Item #30192]
Price: $50.00
 
Give the Boy a Chance. Describing The Children's Temple Home and Beulah Land Farm in its Work of Rescuing the Homeless and Neglected Street Waifs. HOBOES, "THE FRIEND OF BOYS", pseud. of Herman Swift.
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Rhymes of the Road. Written for the Entertainment of Brother Knights of the Grip Sack and Other Friends
Dryden, NY: Stilwell & Ross, Publishers, 1909. First Edition. Hardcover. Curious self-published volume of hobo poems, written and dedicated to "trav'ling men." Though Nichols claimed a Cortland, NY address at time of publication, evidence points to considerable time as a traveling man himself, documenting they rhymes and folk songs of...
[Item #30191]
Price: $75.00
 
Rhymes of the Road. Written for the Entertainment of Brother Knights of the Grip Sack and Other Friends. HOBOES, I. E. NICHOLS.
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The Negro Artisan: Report of A Social Study Made Under the Direction of Atlanta University under the direction of the Seventh Atlanta Conference [...]
Atlanta: Atlanta University Press, 1902. First Edition. Hardcover. Du Bois's seminal survey of occupational opportunities for African-Americans, with much on educational opportunities especially in the South. One of the series of Atlanta University Studies, generally considered the first scholarly ethnographic works devoted exclusively to African-American life. This copy attractively rebound...
[Item #29980]
Price: $350.00
 
The Negro Artisan: Report of A Social Study Made Under the Direction of Atlanta University under the direction of the Seventh Atlanta Conference [...]. AFRICAN AMERICANS, EDUCATION, W E. B. Dubois, William Edward Burghardt Du BOIS.
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How to Organize, Conduct and Maintain the "S.S.S." [Socialist Schools of Science, sometimes familiarly called Socialist Sunday Schools]
Chicago: Socialist Party, Young People's Department, n.d., ca. 1910. First Edition. Paperback. 32mo (15.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 15pp. Near Fine. Organizational pamphlet by the Director of the Party's Young People's Department. Not in EGBERT. OCLC locates 5 copies as of May, 2016, at the Chicago History Museum, Kansas, Michigan State, Balch...
[Item #29715]
Price: $100.00
 
How to Organize, Conduct and Maintain the "S.S.S." [Socialist Schools of Science, sometimes familiarly called Socialist Sunday Schools]. SOCIALIST SUNDAY SCHOOLS, William F. KRUSE.
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Future Opportunity for Negroes in Agriculture and Country Life
New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1931. Octavo pamphlet; 24pp. Removed; guillotined at bulked edge, possibly lacking cover wraps; ink handstamps to final leaf (blank). Text complete and clean; a Good copy. The author was President of the Georgia State Industrial College, and his lecture here is essentially a recruiting...
[Item #29382]
Price: $75.00
 
Future Opportunity for Negroes in Agriculture and Country Life. Benjamin F. HUBERT.
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Poster: Indo China Summer '72 - End The Killing - Call Resistance PE-5-1350 - Rebuild America
N.p. S.i. [1972]. Protest poster created by the Philadelphia-based artist and social activist. Maitin (1928-2004) was the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants who settled in Philadelphia, a Penn State graduate known primarily for his skills as a printmaker and muralist. He was also a tireless social activist who contributed much of...
[Item #27879]
Price: $300.00
 
Poster: Indo China Summer '72 - End The Killing - Call Resistance PE-5-1350 - Rebuild America. Samuel C. MAITIN.

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