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Lithographed Membership Certificate for the Socialistischer Turner-Bund, ca.1850's
[Cincinnati?]: Issued without imprint, [N.d. but before 1860]. Early membership certificate for the North American Socialistischer Turner-Bund, a German Socialist Athletic society formed by exiles from the Revolution of 1848. The Bund, established in 1850 in Cincinnati (with nearly simultaneous chapters in other centers of German immigration, including Philadelphia, New...
[Item #19565]
Price: $500.00
 
Lithographed Membership Certificate for the Socialistischer Turner-Bund, ca.1850's. NORTH AMERICAN SOCIALISTISCHER TURNER-BUND.
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The Cherotic Revolutionary - Vol.1, Issue 3 (April, 1993)
Berkeley: Inter-Relations, 1993. First Edition. Third issue of Frank Moore and Linda Mac's post-porn sex zine. The front cover features a portrait of Annie Sprinkle as "Eve," with notable contributions by her, including several poems. Contents include "Glory, glory hole-leluiah" by porn star and performance artist Veronica Vera, as well...
[Item #19514]
Price: $65.00
 
The Cherotic Revolutionary - Vol.1, Issue 3 (April, 1993). Annie SPRINKLE, contributor, Frank MOORE, Linda MAC.
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All the Brave: Drawings of the Spanish War
New York: Modern Age Books, 1939. First Edition. Reproductions of Quintanilla's subtle pencil sketches of scenes from the Spanish Civil War; this was probably the most popular of the many such sketchbooks that appeared in the wak of the conflict. With an introduction by Ernest Hemingway. There was a simultaneous...
[Item #18746]
Price: $45.00
 
All the Brave: Drawings of the Spanish War. Luis QUINTANILLA, drawings, text, Ernest Hemingway, preface, Elliot Paul, Jay Allen.
129.

Az Uj Magyarorszag [The New Hungary]
New York: Hungarian Daily Journal Publishing Company, Inc. [ca.1945-46]. First Edition. Janos' celebration of the Second Hungarian Republic, with biographical sketches of political figures like Tildy Zoltan, Nagy, Ferenc, and Rakosi Matyas, et al. Illustrated throughout with photographs and essays about the reconstruction after the war. The front cover bears...
[Item #18392]
Price: $125.00
 
Az Uj Magyarorszag [The New Hungary]. Gyetvai JANOS, author, Hugo GELLERT, cover art.
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The Liberator - Vol.3, No.12 (December, 1920)
New York: The Liberator Publishing Company, 1920. Quarto (27.5cm). Original pictorial wrappers, stapled; 34pp. Text edges browned, but not brittle; toning along spine fold and cover edges, with a faint vertical crease along center of front cover and foxing along the upper margin of same; Very Good. The issue includes...
[Item #18344]
Price: $125.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.3, No.12 (December, 1920). Max EASTMAN, John REED, Robert MINOR, Crystal EASTMAN, contributors, Hugo GELLERT, cover.
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Anarchism and American Traditions
Chicago: Free Society Group, 1932. Reprint. De Cleyre (1866 - 1912) was the leading figure of radical anarchist feminism prior to Emma Goldman. This title was originally issued by Goldman's Mother Earth Press in 1909; the present edition includes a brief biographical foreword, unattributed. Octavo (19.5cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial wrappers;...
[Item #17195]
Price: $60.00
 
Anarchism and American Traditions. Voltairine DE CLEYRE.
132.

Write About My Buddies...They're Dead - commemorating the death of Stephen Wilson
Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press, 1965. First Edition. Poem inspired by a contemporary wire service article by Van Gordon Sauter, concerning Vietnam War army private Stephen Wilson. Wrappers reprint contemporary press clippings about Wilson, including portions of Sauter's column. Number 7 of the Detroit Artists' Workshop Books; the wrappers were designed...
[Item #16550]
Price: $60.00
 
Write About My Buddies...They're Dead - commemorating the death of Stephen Wilson. VIETNAM, Jerry YOUNKINS.
133.

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. COMIC ART, Milt GROSS, Hollywood Theatre Alliance.
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Cultural Correspondence Number 5. Underground Cartoonists: Ten Years Later
Providence, RI: Cultural Correspondence / Dorrwar Bookstore, 1978. First Edition. Interviews and illustrations with and by Danny Czitrom, Bill Griffith, Jay Kinney, Justin Green and R. Crumb. Also articles by Paul Berman, C. Leinenweber, Mary Bufwack (on women in country music), etc. Quarto (28cm). Stapled, illustrated paper wrapers; 79pp. Mild...
[Item #15815]
Price: $65.00
 
Cultural Correspondence Number 5. Underground Cartoonists: Ten Years Later. POLITICAL CARTOONS & CARICATURE, Paul BUHLE, eds.
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Singers in the Dawn: A Brief Anthology of American Negro Poetry
Atlanta: Commission on Interracial Cooperation, (1943). Later Printing. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 24pp. Minor external soil; Very Good. Seventh edition, dated 1943 (first published 1934). Anthology of African-American poets, including Wheatley, Dunbar, Du Bois, and others.
[Item #15108]
Price: $25.00
 
Singers in the Dawn: A Brief Anthology of American Negro Poetry. AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE, Robert B. ELEAZER.
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Women in the Soviet Union
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1938. First printing. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; illustrated wrappers; 32p. Near Fine. SEIDMAN B316: "...text of a radio address broadcast from Moscow to England and the U.S., November 2, 1937, discussing the position and achievements of women in the Soviet Union." Quite nice photomontage cover featuring...
[Item #12107]
Price: $60.00
 
Women in the Soviet Union. WOMEN, USSR, Ella Reeve BLOOR.
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Strange Relations [Review Copy, Signed]
New York: Equinox / Avon Books, 1974. Attractive copy of this Hugo Award nominee, first published by Ballantine in 1960. First Equinox Printing (November, 1974), a review copy, with the publisher's slip laid in. Octavo; illustrated wrappers; 189pp. Signed by the author on the title page. Mild wear to wrapper extremities, else Near Fine.
[Item #34283]
Price: $100.00
 
Strange Relations [Review Copy, Signed]. Philip José FARMER.
138.

The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VI, No.11 (April 10, 1971)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1971. First Edition. Contents include a lengthy statement by Huey Newton, a feature on the social programs of the Illinois chapter of the Panthers, trial news and incidents of police brutality, and an article by George Jackson ("Comrade George Jackson on Withdrawal"). Cover and illustrated...
[Item #34279]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VI, No.11 (April 10, 1971). contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, illustrations, Huey P. NEWTON, George Jackson.
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The Present is a Dangerous Place to Live
Chicago: Third World Press, 1974. First Edition. Fifth collection of poems by the South African poet laureate. Kgositsile, who studied African-American literature extensively, is considered to be one of the earliest and most significant African authors of the Pan-African movement to bridge the gap between African and Black poetry. With...
[Item #34277]
Price: $125.00
 
The Present is a Dangerous Place to Live. Keorapetse KGOSITSILE, poems, George KENT, introduction.
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Blues For Dreamers [Cover Title]
Chicago: Free Black Press, 1968. First Edition. Uncommon work by the Chicago-based Black Arts poet, containing "blues for dreamers: to eugene (Perkins) & gus (Bertha) / a hard / gentle pair of Black poet/critics." OCLC finds 9 holdings in US institutions. Bifolium (22cm): single sheet of 8.5 x 11" blue...
[Item #34276]
Price: $100.00
 
Blues For Dreamers [Cover Title]. James CUNNINGHAM.
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Prophets For A New Day
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1970. First Edition. Walker's fourth collection of poetry, the follow-up to her award-winning For My People. First Printing. Slim octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 32pp. Mild wear along spine-fold, else Near Fine.
[Item #34275]
Price: $75.00
 
Prophets For A New Day. Margaret WALKER.
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Don't Cry, Scream [Inscribed]
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1969. First Edition. The Black Arts poet's third book, featuring 25 poems, a preface by the author, and an introduction by Gwendolyn Brooks. First Printing. Octavo (21.5cm); photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled; 64pp. Generically inscribed by the author on the half-title page: "To My Sister: in blackness - yr/bro...
[Item #34274]
Price: $75.00
 
Don't Cry, Scream [Inscribed]. Don L. LEE, poems, Gwendolyn BROOKS, introduction.
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We Walk the Way of the New World
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1970. First Edition. The author's sixth book, a collection of verse. Lee was a prominent voice in the Black Arts Movement whose early work with the SNCC, CORE, and the SCLC would heavily inform his activist poetics. First Printing. Octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 71pp. Mild wear...
[Item #34273]
Price: $25.00
 
We Walk the Way of the New World. Don L. LEE.
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Half Black Half Blacker
Chicago: Third World Press, 1971. The Mississippi author's second book of black nationalist poems, with an introduction by Don L. Lee. Second Printing. Slim octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 32pp. A Fine copy.
[Item #34272]
Price: $60.00
 
Half Black Half Blacker. Sterling PLUMPP, poems, Don L. LEE, introduction.
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JuJu (Magic Songs for the Black Nation)
Chicago: Third World Press, 1972. Touré's second book, co-written with poet and artist Ben Caldwell. Touré describes "JuJu" as the first Black Arts Movement epic poem, "an initial attempt to forge an epic out of the vision, rhythm, and mystical/metaphorical voice of the Coltrane-led New Music, or Cosmic Music explosion...
[Item #34271]
Price: $35.00
 
JuJu (Magic Songs for the Black Nation). Askia Muhammad TOURÉ, pseud. Rolland Snellings, Ben Caldwell.
146.

We A BaddDDD People
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1971. Sanchez's second collection of revolutionary poetry, with an introduction by Dudley Randall. Third Printing. Slim octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 72pp; illus. Some trivial wear to extremities, else Near Fine.
[Item #34270]
Price: $35.00
 
We A BaddDDD People. Sonia SANCHEZ, poems, Dudley RANDALL, introduction.
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Songs Belafonte Sings
New York: Duell, Sloan, & Pearce, 1962. First Edition. Collection of 40 songs from Belafonte's repitoire, illustrated throughout by Charles White. First Printing. Quarto (28.5cm); red cloth, with titles stamped in black on spine; dustjacket; x,198pp; illus. Mild foxing to text edges, with some trivial wear to lower board edges...
[Item #34269]
Price: $50.00
 
Songs Belafonte Sings. AFRICAN AMERICANS, MUSIC, Harry BELAFONTE, songs, Charles WHITE, illustrations.
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Lovesong: Becoming A Jew [Review Copy]
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1988. First Edition. Autobiographical work by the acclaimed African American author, detailing his spiritual odyssey and conversion to Judaism. First Printing, a review copy, with two sheets of publisher's publicity materials laid in. Octavo; black cloth and paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in silver...
[Item #34268]
Price: $25.00
 
Lovesong: Becoming A Jew [Review Copy]. Julius LESTER.
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A Rage In Harlem [Review Copy]
London: Allison & Busby, 1985. First Edition Thus. The author's first crime novel, introducing the characters Coffin Ed Johnson and Grave Digger Jones. The Allison & Busby edition was published simultaneously in cloth and wrappers. Basis for the 1991 film adaptation A Rage In Harlem, directed by Bill Duke and...
[Item #34267]
Price: $25.00
 
A Rage In Harlem [Review Copy]. Chester HIMES.
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In Tune: Charlie Patton, Jimmie Rodgers, and the Roots of American Music
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2014. First Edition. Study of the parallel careers of Mississippi-born musicians Charlie Patton and Jimmie Rodgers, and how their music transcended racial boundaries. First Printing. Octavo; orange paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in dark brown on spine; dustjacket; xiv,270pp. Fine in a Fine dustjacket.
[Item #34264]
Price: $35.00
 
In Tune: Charlie Patton, Jimmie Rodgers, and the Roots of American Music. Ben WYNNE.

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