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51.

Poems in Prose [Limited Edition]
Paris: Privately Printed, 1905. [Pirated Edition]. Limited to 50 copies. Slim octavo (22cm.); publisher's original cream decorative wrappers printed in red and black; [2],38pp.; Art Nouveau decorations in red throughout. Spine entirely perished, textblock starting to separate from binding, some soiling to wrappers, otherwise interior about fine. Good only overall...
[Item #21658]
Price: $50.00
 
Poems in Prose [Limited Edition]. Oscar WILDE.
52.

Wine... [Limited Edition, Inscribed]
Chicago: n.d., but 1936. First Edition. Limited to 500 copies of which this is no. 44. Small 12mo (15.5cm.); original maroon gilt-lettered simulated cloth; [2],103pp. Light wear to extremities, else Fine. Inscribed and signed by the author on colophon: "For Lee & Stella with much love from George E. Scott...
[Item #34305]
Price: $75.00
 
Wine... [Limited Edition, Inscribed]. George E. SCOTT.
53.

Candies and Bonbons and How to Make Them
Philadelphia: David McKay, [1913]. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); publisher's blue-green pictorial cloth in white photo-illustrated dust jacket; vii,[8]-287pp.; photographic frontispiece, 15 leaves of plates. Light chipping and a few short closed tears to jacket extremities, some foxing at spine edge slightly bleeding into panels, else Near Fine in Very Good...
[Item #34304]
Price: $50.00
 
Candies and Bonbons and How to Make Them. Marion Harris NEIL.
54.

Food As a Weapon: A Documentary [Cover title]
[Washington, D.C. Chesapeake Publishing Co. 1985]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); publisher's white card wrappers printed in lime green; [30],126,[10]pp.; photographic illus. and reproductions of newsclippings throughout, text printed from typescript. Wrappers rather soiled and wrinkled, faint vertical crease across upper cover, else About Very Good and sound. Discussion of the...
[Item #34299]
Price: $50.00
 
Food As a Weapon: A Documentary [Cover title]. Lena MOBLEY.
55.

Race and Revolution
Madison: Madison House, 1990. First Edition. Octavo (23.5cm.); publisher's cloth in pictorial dust jacket; xi,[1],212pp.; illus. throughout. A hint of wear to jacket extremities, shallow crease to upper rapper, else Fine. A study of race relations in the post-Revolutionary United States.
[Item #34297]
Price: $30.00
 
Race and Revolution. Gary B. NASH.
56.

Selected Studies of Negro Employment in the South: 3 Southern Plants of International Harvester Company
Washington DC: National Planning Association, [1953]. First Edition. Octavo (22.5cm.); publisher's green pictorial card wrappers printed in brown; x,143,[11]pp.; charts and graphs throughout. Some wear from handling, bottom third of upper cover split along spine edge, else Good to Very Good, internally about fine.
[Item #34296]
Price: $25.00
 
Selected Studies of Negro Employment in the South: 3 Southern Plants of International Harvester Company. NATIONAL PLANNING ASSOCIATION - COMMITTEE OF THE SOUTH.
57.

Christian Attitudes on Race: A Parent's Pamphlet
New York: Friendship Press, [1967]. First Edition. Small quarto (20.75cm.); publisher's staplebound card wrappers; 64pp. Faint childish pencil scribbles to upper cover, some rubbing to extremities, else Near Very Good and sound. Includes contributions by Doctor Spock and Howard Thurman, among others.
[Item #34295]
Price: $20.00
 
Christian Attitudes on Race: A Parent's Pamphlet. Benjamin and Howard Thurman SPOCK, contrs., Edward PETERSON, Barbara Nan.
58.

Another Hand on Mine: The Story of Dr. Carl K. Becker of the Africa Inland Mission
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, [1967]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); publisher's cloth in dark blue dust jacket lettered in green, white, and orange; viii,[2],228pp.; 8 leaves of photographs printed on rectos and versos. A hint of shelf wear, else Near Fine. Biography of a missionary in the Congo.
[Item #34294]
Price: $25.00
 
Another Hand on Mine: The Story of Dr. Carl K. Becker of the Africa Inland Mission. William J. PETERSEN.
59.

The Spirit of St. Louis
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1953. First Edition. Octavo (21.25cm.); original cloth in decorative blue price-clipped dust jacket lettered in white and yellow, dark blue topstain; xii,[2],562pp.; 8 leaves of photographs printed on rectos and versos, additional text illus. throughout. Light wear to jacket extremities, yellow jacket spine lettering faded...
[Item #34293]
Price: $250.00
 
The Spirit of St. Louis. Charles A. LINDBERGH.
60.

Hatcher
Lincoln, NE: Windflower Press, 1978. First Edition. First printing. Quarto. Original pictorial card wrappers; 104pp; illus. Trivial wear to wrapper edges; a Fine copy. Inscribed on title page to Minnesota poet and educator John Calvin Rezmerski: "For John / in friendship and in good humor," dated 2001. An early and...
[Item #34078]
Price: $250.00
 
Hatcher. Ted KOOSER.
61.

Broadside: Put Yourself -- in -- Jack Baker's Shoes!
[Minneapolis: University of Minnesota? 1971]. Photo-illustrated broadside flyer (27.75x21.5cm.). Fine. Campaign flyer depicts Baker sitting on the floor in button-down shirt, corduroy pants, black socks, and shiney women's kitten heals. Text below drop title reads "If YOU Were ELECTED MSA President...Could YOU Forget The People Who Put YOU There?" Issued...
[Item #34025]
Price: $125.00
 
Broadside: Put Yourself -- in -- Jack Baker's Shoes! LGBTQ, Jack BAKER, photograph Paul R. Hagen.
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The Western Socialist. The Official Organ of the Socialist Party of Canada. Eleven Issues, 1936-38
Winnipeg: Socialist Party of Canada, 1936-38. First Edition. Eleven representative issues of this elusive Canadian periodical, founded in 1933 and which, despite remaining in monthly publication until 1980 (per OCLC), appears to be held by only two North American instiutions (U. Vic & UBC), with no holdings in the United...
[Item #33473]
Price: $250.00
 
The Western Socialist. The Official Organ of the Socialist Party of Canada. Eleven Issues, 1936-38. SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA.
63.

The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]
New York: V.L. Richman, 1963. Six representative issues, including the scarce inaugural number, of this individualist anarchist semi-monthly, which ran to a total of 23 issues, ceasing publication in 1965. An eccentric and ephemeral publication, described on the mast-head thus: "An independent and assertedly individual journal of commentary news and...
[Item #33458]
Price: $200.00
 
The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]. ANARCHIST PERIODICALS, V. L. RICHMAN.
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Mr. Geo. F. Jarvis' Poor Married Man Songster. Containing a complete collection of songs, as sung by this pleasing artist throughout the United States [&c...
New York: New York Popular Publishing Co, N.d. (ca 1880s). 12mo (16cm). Staple-bound color lithographic wrappers; [32pp]. General aging and cover wear, still a complete, sound, VG copy. Attractive comic songster published under the imprimatur of George Jarvis, a popular Vaudeville performer of the 1880s. Features Jarvis' trademark song, "Pity...
[Item #33395]
Price: $150.00
 
Mr. Geo. F. Jarvis' Poor Married Man Songster. Containing a complete collection of songs, as sung by this pleasing artist throughout the United States [&c. George F. JARVIS.
65.

The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.13 (February 28, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include works by Eldridge Cleaver, Eddie Hull, Roland Young, Sherry L. Brown, Bobby Seale, Elbert "Big Man" Howard, and Lumumba Abdul Shakur, among others. Large centerfold poster and article titled "The Same Pig." Both wrappers feature full-page artwork by Emory Douglas. Tabloid (44.5cm);...
[Item #33249]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.13 (February 28, 1970). Eldridge CLEAVER, , Bobbie Seale, Eddie Hull, contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.18 (April 11, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles by Judi Douglas ("Four Pigs Were Offed This Week...A Victory For The People"), George Edwards, Michael Hill and others; features on police brutality, the NY 21, the imprisonment of Bobby Seale, self-defense, and a lengthy centerfold interview of Eldridge Cleaver (from...
[Item #33223]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.18 (April 11, 1970). contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art, Judi DOUGLAS, , George Edwards, Michael Hill.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.10 (February 17, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents feature articles by Huey Newton, interviews with David Hilliard and Rafael Viera, the Chief Medical Cadre of the Young Lords Organization, featurettes on police brutality, and a large illustrated centerfold dedicated to Huey Newton. Front cover features the iconic photograph of Newton seated...
[Item #33191]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.10 (February 17, 1970). contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art, Huey NEWTON, , David Hilliard, Rafael Viera.
68.

A Selection of Drawings from The Worker, 1924-1960
New York: The Worker, [1960]. First Edition. Includes works by the American Graphic Workshop, Hugo Gellert, William Gropper, A. Redfield, and Art Young, among others. Foreword by Joseph North. Quarto (27.75cm.); original white staplebound wrappers printed in red; 96pp.; chiefly illus. General external soil to wrappers; offsetting to half-title from...
[Item #33174]
Price: $30.00
 
A Selection of Drawings from The Worker, 1924-1960. THE WORKER.
69.

Do We Want Rifle Practice in the Public Schools? Answers by Justice Hughes, President Eliot, President Nicholas Murray Butler, President David Starr Jordan, Professor Charles Zueblin, Jane Addams, Andrew Carnegie, Edward Everett Hale, and others [cover title]
[Philadelphia: Peace Association of Friends, 1914]. Second Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 12pp. Small soil spot to upper wrapper, light wear from handling, else Very Good or better. Collection of publicly issued statements compiled by this Pacifist Association in response to a recent proposal to introduce rifle practice to the...
[Item #32992]
Price: $75.00
 
Do We Want Rifle Practice in the Public Schools? Answers by Justice Hughes, President Eliot, President Nicholas Murray Butler, President David Starr Jordan, Professor Charles Zueblin, Jane Addams, Andrew Carnegie, Edward Everett Hale, and others [cover title]. Jane ADDAMS, , Andrew Carnegie, PEACE ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS.
70.

Lotte Jacobi: Theater & Dance Photographs [Inscribed & Signed to Nobel Laureate George Wald with Two Original Signed Photo Postcards of Albert Einstein Filled to Completion]
Woodstock, VT: Countryman Press, [1982]. First Edition. Slim octavo (21.5cm.); original plain card wrappers in photo-illustrated dust jacket; 47pp.; chiefly photographic illus. throughout. Inscribed and signed on title page: "For George / Best / Lotte / December 1982." Together with two original photographic postcards of Einstein, both captioned "Prof. Albert...
[Item #32304]
Price: $1,500.00
 
Lotte Jacobi: Theater & Dance Photographs [Inscribed & Signed to Nobel Laureate George Wald with Two Original Signed Photo Postcards of Albert Einstein Filled to Completion]. Lotte JACOBI, intro Cornell Capa.
71.

Cutthroat Blues [and] Blood Rain
[Ann Arbor: Smoke the Soul Press, n.d., 1992?]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original yellow pictorial staplebound card wrappers; unpaged.; illus. Spine edge a bit rubbed, else Near Fine. Poetry chapbook containing two separate works, the first inspired by the violence experienced during Hix's childhood in Oklahoma, the second a collection...
[Item #32263]
Price: $50.00
 
Cutthroat Blues [and] Blood Rain. Blacky HIX, Bill Shields.
72.

Stalin [Presentation Copy to Walter Lowenfels]
New York: Workers Library, 1940. First American Edition. Lowenfels (1897-1976) was a prominent figure in the interwar expatriate community of Paris, where he worked as a poet, anthologist, and publisher through the mid Thirties. He was the model for "Cronstadt" in Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer. After his return to...
[Item #32088]
Price: $450.00
 
Stalin [Presentation Copy to Walter Lowenfels]. WALTER LOWENFELS, V. Molotov.
73.

Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy, & Function [Together With] Original Cover Artwork
[Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau, n.d. but 1913]. Reprint (1917). Quite possibly the earliest iteration of Ralph Chaplin's now-ubiquitous "Sabo-Tabby," the I.W.W.'s black cat symbol for sabotage. The present work shows the black cat with its claws fully extended while it arches its back on top of a bag of money...
[Item #32077]
Price: $7,500.00
 
Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy, & Function [Together With] Original Cover Artwork. Walker C. SMITH, Ralph Chaplin, attributed.
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Pilgrimage to Tomorrow
[New York: Gemloid Corporation, 1938]. First Edition. Attractive Art Deco souvenir album designed by Gemloid for the New York World's Fair of 1939, the upper cover hologram showing the Theme Center, the rays of the sun beaming down on it depending on the angle at which you look at it...
[Item #32015]
Price: $150.00
 
Pilgrimage to Tomorrow. GEMLOID CORPORATION.
75.

Living My Life [One-Volume Edition] - Inscribed
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. First Edition Thus. First one-volume edition of Goldman's monumental autobiography, an undisputed high-spot of women's writing and one of a few truly important 20th-century radical memoirs. Goldman was furious with Knopf for issuing the book in two volumes at the height of an economic...
[Item #31942]
Price: $1,250.00
 
Living My Life [One-Volume Edition] - Inscribed. Emma GOLDMAN.

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