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Les Gueules Noires
Paris: Bibliothèque Internationale d'Édition, E. Sansot & Cie. 1907. First Trade Edition. Bleak collection of stories following in the footsteps of Zola's naturalistic novel Germinal. This later collection mostly set in the mines of northern France, beautifully, albeit lugubriously, illustrated by the Art Nouveau painter and printmaker Théophile Steinlen. CRAUZAT...
[Item #27750]
Price: $450.00
 
Les Gueules Noires. Émile MOREL, préf Paul Adam, illus Steinlen.
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Locus Solus I-V [Complete Run]
Lans-en-Vercors and Geneva: Locus Solus Press, 1961-1962. First Editions. Complete run of this poetry journal called "the overseas wing of the New York School...The magazine was definitely "no nonsense" from the beginning, presenting no manifestoes or editorial statements, just high-quality literature - simply and elegantly presented with care and respect"...
[Item #33216]
Price: $750.00
 
Locus Solus I-V [Complete Run]. John ASHBERY, Harry Mathews, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler.
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Address Delivered Before the General Trades' Union of the City of New-York at the Chatham-street Chapel, Monday, December 2, 1833
New-York: Printed by Order of the Convention [by] James Ormond, [1833]. First Edition. Scarce address delivered shortly after the founding of the General Trades' Union, by Moore, in August of the same year. The GTU is considered to be the first large trade union, headed by the delegates of nine...
[Item #33029]
Price: $1,500.00
 
Address Delivered Before the General Trades' Union of the City of New-York at the Chatham-street Chapel, Monday, December 2, 1833. GENERAL TRADES' UNION, Ely MOORE.
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Human Rights
Sioux City, IA: Fair Play Publishing Co. 1891. First Edition. Scarce tract published by the anarchist publisher Fair Play, with an introduction by the editor of the journal Fair Play (from the prospectus of the periodical: "Let every man, woman and child have a fair chance to win subsistence, love...
[Item #33004]
Price: $450.00
 
Human Rights. ANARCHISM, J. Madison HOOK, intro E C. Walker.
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Battle in the Barnyard: Stories and Pictures for Workers' Children
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1932. First Edition. In many ways the apotheosis of the CPUSA's juvenile publishing program, Battle in the Barnyard presents a series of brief parables illustrating a world which, in relation to all other children's literature of the time, is turned on its head: where the...
[Item #32974]
Price: $650.00
 
Battle in the Barnyard: Stories and Pictures for Workers' Children. Helen KAY, pseud Helen Kolodny Goldfrank, J.Juanita Preval, illus.
81.

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: $2,000.00
 
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.
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Charles Frohman Presents Maude Adams in Edmond Rostand's Play in Four Acts "Chantecler." Adapted by Louis N. Parker [Cover title: "Chantecler: Told in Words and Pictures]
[New York: Charles Frohman, 1911]. First Edition. Deluxe souvenir brochure issued in conjunction with one of Adams's last Broadway appearances. (The actress, who achieved fame in 1905 playing the lead role in J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan," would retire in 1916.) "Chantecler", which criticised the modernist movement and promoted idealism, was...
[Item #31658]
Price: $250.00
 
Charles Frohman Presents Maude Adams in Edmond Rostand's Play in Four Acts "Chantecler." Adapted by Louis N. Parker [Cover title: "Chantecler: Told in Words and Pictures]. Maude ADAMS, and Louis N. Parker, Edmond Rostand, Charles Frohman.
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Sterilization of Men and Women Fascist Weapon
[New York]: Daily Worker Medical Advisory Board, n.d., ca. 1934. Small decorative broadside flyer (21x12.25cm.), the "F" in "Fascist" in the shape of a swastika. Minor toning and shallow crease to top right-hand corner, else Very Good or better. Announcing a lecture delivered by the gynecologist Claude E. Heaton. Unlocated...
[Item #33212]
Price: $125.00
 
Sterilization of Men and Women Fascist Weapon. DAILY WORKER MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD.
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Women and the New World [cover title]
[Philadelphia: Pacesetters, 1976]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original blue pictorial staplebound card wrappers; [2],iii,[1],55pp.; illus. throughout. Fine. Issued by the Pacesetters and the Advocators of Detroit. Includes a chapter devoted to the Women's Liberation Movement.
[Item #33211]
Price: $20.00
 
Women and the New World [cover title]. PACESETTERS.
85.

Because Mourning Sickness Is a Staple in My Country [cover title]
[Iowa City: Ain't I a Woman? n.d., ca. 1974]. First Edition. 12mo (17cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 52pp. Minor toning, else Fine. "This is a collection of poems by working-class dykes who have been going through changes..." (inside upper wrapper). Issued by the Iowa City-based feminist newspaper Ain't I a Woman?
[Item #33210]
Price: $20.00
 
Because Mourning Sickness Is a Staple in My Country [cover title]. AIN'T I. A. WOMAN?
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Suffragists -- Attention -- Important!
Albany: New York State Woman Suffrage Associaton, 1910. Small broadside flyer (21.5x14cm.); faint horizontal mail fold, minor wear and shallow creasing to extremities, else Very Good or better. Notice signed in text by Association President Ella Hawley Crossett and Chairman Mrs. Henry Villard regarding Assembly Bill 333 and Senate Bill...
[Item #33209]
Price: $40.00
 
Suffragists -- Attention -- Important! NEW YORK STATE WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
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Program, Eighth Annual Convention
Williamsport: Pennsylvania League of Women Voters, 1927. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); single leaf folded into six-paneled pamphlet. Minor dustiness and light wear from handling, else Near Fine. Convention held November 14-16, 1927, at the Lycoming Hotel in Williamsport. The League was the "largest postsuffrage [National American Woman Suffrage Association] affiliate"...
[Item #33208]
Price: $30.00
 
Program, Eighth Annual Convention. PENNSYLVANIA LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS.
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James Van Der Zee
Dobbs Ferry: Morgan & Morgan, 1973. First Edition. Quarto. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 159pp; illus. Inscribed by Van Der Zee on half-title, "to Gerald," dated 1976. Previous owner's embossed stamp to front free endpaper, else a tight, Near Fine copy in unclipped but slightly soiled dustwrapper, Very Good. Early monograph on...
[Item #31441]
Price: $500.00
 
James Van Der Zee. VAN DER ZEE, James VAN DERZEE, introd Reginia Perry, Liliane De Cock, eds Reginald McGhee.
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Temple Free Press - Vol.1, No.21 (January 27, 1969)
Philadelphia: Freedom Press, Inc. 1969. First Edition. Sharp copy of this Philadelphia underground paper, originally launched at Temple University in May, 1968. Cover art features Fidel Castro and soldiers with guns raised; contents feature articles on student life, city radicals, a Wilmington, DE protest against white racism, Fidel Castro, and...
[Item #33184]
Price: $50.00
 
Temple Free Press - Vol.1, No.21 (January 27, 1969). UNDERGROUND PRESS, R. CRUMB, illustrations, Bill BIGGIN, Fred Childs.
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Philadelphia Free Press - Vol.4, No.5 (July 4, 1970)
Philadelphia: Freedom Press, Inc. 1970. First Edition. Sharp copy of this Philadelphia underground paper, originally launched at Temple University in May, 1968. Cover art features an American flag disolving into a burning Philadelphia skyline. Contents feature articles on the RCA strike, the Soledad Brothers, interviews with Bolivian and Cuban guerilla...
[Item #33183]
Price: $50.00
 
Philadelphia Free Press - Vol.4, No.5 (July 4, 1970). UNDERGROUND PRESS, FREEP PUBLICATION COLLECTIVE.
91.

Temple Free Press - Vol.1, No.22 (February 3, 1969)
Philadelphia: Freedom Press, Inc. 1969. First Edition. Sharp copy of this Philadelphia underground paper, originally launched at Temple University in May, 1968. This issue features a terrific psychedelic cover, the contents featuring a calendar of protests, concerts, and happenings, with articles on police brutality, ROTC indoctrination, campus violence, and a....
[Item #33182]
Price: $50.00
 
Temple Free Press - Vol.1, No.22 (February 3, 1969). UNDERGROUND PRESS, Bill BIGGIN, Fred Childs.
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Philadelphia Free Press - Vol.3, No.4 (February 2, 1970)
Philadelphia: Freedom Press, Inc. 1970. First Edition. Sharp copy of this Philadelphia underground paper, originally launched at Temple University in May, 1968. This issue features a front cover photo and rear cover article dedicated to the arrest of Rolando "Montae" Hearn Jr., a Philadelphia Panther responsible for coordinating the local...
[Item #33180]
Price: $50.00
 
Philadelphia Free Press - Vol.3, No.4 (February 2, 1970). UNDERGROUND PRESS, BLACK PANTHERS, Bill BIGGIN, Fred Childs.
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From Somewhere in the World: Assata Shakur Speaks - Message to the New Afrikan Nation
New York: New Afrikan Womens Organization, [1980]. First Edition. Pamphlet produced by the New Afrikan Womens Organization (NAWO), containing the transcript of a lengthy message from Assata Shakur, ca.November, 1980. Contains a brief biographical sketch of the former Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army member, along with two poems...
[Item #33120]
Price: $125.00
 
From Somewhere in the World: Assata Shakur Speaks - Message to the New Afrikan Nation. AFRICAN AMERICANS, WOMEN, Assata SHAKUR.
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Black Mask - No.9 (Jan-Feb, 1968)
New York: Black Mask, 1968. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33114]
Price: $200.00
 
Black Mask - No.9 (Jan-Feb, 1968). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Black Mask - No.6 (May-June, 1967)
New York: Black Mask, 1967. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33113]
Price: $250.00
 
Black Mask - No.6 (May-June, 1967). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Black Mask - No.5 (April, 1967)
New York: Black Mask, 1967. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33112]
Price: $200.00
 
Black Mask - No.5 (April, 1967). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Broadside: "We Support Ghetto Rebellions"
N.p. Students for a Democratic Society, [ca.1967-68]. Mimeographed document expounding on one of the key proposals of the SDS, the support of ghetto rebellions in attempts to combat racism and defeat nationalism. "The mass media, including the Record American, portray ghetto uprisings as "aimless riots" caused by "the long hot...
[Item #32959]
Price: $250.00
 
Broadside: "We Support Ghetto Rebellions" AFRICAN AMERICANS, SDS.
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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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Red Cartoons From The Daily Worker: 1928
New York: Daily Worker, 1928. First Edition. The third annual compilation of radical cartoons from the Daily Worker, featuring the work of Hugo Gellert, William Gropper, Fred Ellis , Jacob Burck, Maurice Becker, and others. A fourth such annual was produced in 1929, but no volumes appear to have been...
[Item #32076]
Price: $450.00
 
Red Cartoons From The Daily Worker: 1928. Walt CARMON, Hugo Gellert William Gropper, Jacob Burck, contribs.
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Broadside: Mrs. Carrie F. Young of Berkeley, Cal. will speak at 7:30 P.M. to the citizens on the subject: People's Party from a woman's standpoint and at 2 P.M. to the ladies, dates to be announced on the subject of money-famine, and why
San Francisco: Cubery & Co. n.d., ca. 1894. First Edition. Flyer for the People's Party, a populist agrarian political party founded in 1891 which merged with the Democratic Party in 1896. Mrs. Carrie F. Young appears to have begun her political career in the early 1880s as a member and...
[Item #31576]
Price: $850.00
 
Broadside: Mrs. Carrie F. Young of Berkeley, Cal. will speak at 7:30 P.M. to the citizens on the subject: People's Party from a woman's standpoint and at 2 P.M. to the ladies, dates to be announced on the subject of money-famine, and why. Carrie F. YOUNG.

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