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Broadsides: "Wash. D.C. July 4, 1971 Smoke-In - Let's twist again like we did last summer!" [3 Variants]
N.P. Youth International Party, 1971. Attractive set of broadsides promoting the second annual 4th of July Smoke-In on the Washington, D.C. Mall, a Yippie-sponsored event which began the previous year. Each broadside features a photo of a young man smoking a joint while holding a burning American flag, with the...
[Item #19869]
Price: $600.00
 
Broadsides: "Wash. D.C. July 4, 1971 Smoke-In - Let's twist again like we did last summer!" [3 Variants]
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The Angry Children of Malcolm X
Boston: New England Free Press, N.d. [ca 1967]. Reprints an essay by Julius Lester which originally appeared in the November 1966 issue of Sing Out. This copy in tan newsprint wrappers, without SSOC co-publication statement - presumably the third printing. Quarto (11" x 8.5"). Staplebound self-wrappers; 8pp. Very slightly tanned, else Fine.
[Item #32466]
Price: $25.00
 
3.

The Angry Children of Malcolm X
Nashville & Boston: Southern Student Organizing Committee & New England Free Press, N.d. [ca 1967]. Reprints an essay by Julius Lester which originally appeared in the November 1966 issue of Sing Out. This copy in pink wrappers, with SSOC co-publication statement - presumably the second printing (preceded by the SSOC...
[Item #32467]
Price: $50.00
 
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Holy Ghosts
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1972. First Edition. The author's fifth book, a collection of spiritual and Afro-centric poems. Alhamisi was a prominent voice in the Black Arts Movement, guest editing publications like Black Dialogue and the Journal of Black Poetry, and a poet whose use of Islamic iconography and Muslim themes...
[Item #22825]
Price: $40.00
 
Holy Ghosts. Ahmed Akinwole ALHAMISI.
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Join The Campaign Against A Criminal Trespass Law
N.p. [London: ca 1976]: C.A.C.T.L. [Campaign Against the Criminal Trespass Law]`. Large, vivid poster promoting the rights of squatters, tenants, and gypsies. Unattributed, but possibly from the Paddington Printshop in London, a peoples' printmaking workshop where a great many squatters' rights materials were produced. This poster advertises the Campaign Against...
[Item #19731]
Price: $750.00
 
Join The Campaign Against A Criminal Trespass Law. Anonymous Artist.
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Hobo Press / The Bowery News. The Voice of Society's Basement. No. 63 (July 1959)
New York: The Bowery News Co. 1959. First Edition. Tabloid, ca 17-1/2" x 12"; 12pp. Horizontal fold (as issued); printed on blue paper; bit of sun-fading at folded edge, else a rather fresh, well-preserved copy, VG or better. Contributions from "Buffalo Chuck," "Hobo Buck and Margie," "Old Timer J.N.," and...
[Item #29590]
Price: $100.00
 
Hobo Press / The Bowery News. The Voice of Society's Basement. No. 63 (July 1959). Harry Baronian.
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The Real Bohemia: A Sociological and Psychological Study of the "Beats" [Inscribed Presentation Copy to Contributor David Meltzer]
New York: Basic Books, 1961. First Edition. A thoroughgoing attempt, not entirely sympathetic, at a socio-psychological examination of the Beat lifestyle, by two Bay Area psychiatrists. Chapter 9 comprises a brief anthology of Beat literature, mostly poetry; this section includes 3 works ("23rd Raga / For Tina;" "14th Raga /...
[Item #16721]
Price: $300.00
 
The Real Bohemia: A Sociological and Psychological Study of the "Beats" [Inscribed Presentation Copy to Contributor David Meltzer]. BEATS, Francis J. RIGNEY, L. Douglas SMITH.
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Anarcho-Feminism From Siren and Black Rose: Two Statements
London: Black Bear, 1977. First Edition Thus. Folded pamphlet; 4pp. Fine. Includes two seminal works of anarcho-feminism: "The Anarcho-Feminist Manifesto" of the Chicago Anarcho-Feminists and "Blood of the Roses" by Red Rosia and Black Maria of Black Rose Anarcho-Feminists (Cambridge). Both articles originally published in the journal Siren, Vol. I....
[Item #17881]
Price: $15.00
 
Anarcho-Feminism From Siren and Black Rose: Two Statements. Black Bear Collective.
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Broadside: Grass Roots Black Community Newspaper. Legal Lynching in Britain. Tony Soares, Another Victim
London: Grassroots Black Community Newspaper, [ca.1972]. Broadside drawing attention to the plight of Tony Soares, an Afro-Caribbean activist and well-known member of the Black Liberation Front who was one of the first proponents of Black Power in the UK. Soares was targeted by the Special Branch - a special intelligence...
[Item #29024]
Price: $500.00
 
Broadside: Grass Roots Black Community Newspaper. Legal Lynching in Britain. Tony Soares, Another Victim. BLACK LIBERATION FRONT, Tony SOARES.
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Sing-Song (caterpillar IV)
New York: Caterpillar, 1967. First Edition. Multilith issue of 300 copies (there was a simultaneous mimeographed issue of 100 copies). Quarto; 8pp; side-stapled blue wrappers. A few faint spots to wrappers; mild dusting and edgewear; internally Fine and Very Good overall.
[Item #26449]
Price: $25.00
 
Sing-Song (caterpillar IV). Paul BLACKBURN.
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Ole - No.3 (November, 1965)
Bensenville, IL: S.i. 1965. First Edition. Third issue (of eight) of Blazek's important mid-western mimeo poetry magazine. Contains the first appearance of Charles Bukowski's "Drunk Again and Wondering, Wondering..." Includes contributions by William Wantling, Kent Taylor, Al Purdy, Emilie Glen, Clarence Major, Harold Norse, Steve Richmond, Will Inman, and others...
[Item #32142]
Price: $85.00
 
Ole - No.3 (November, 1965). Douglas BLAZEK, Charles BUKOWSKI, , William Wantling, Al Purdy, contributors.
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Ole - No.2 (March, 1965)
Bensenville, IL: S.i. 1965. First Edition. Second issue (of eight) of Blazek's important mid-western mimeo poetry magazine. Contains the first appearance of Charles Bukowski's "A Rambling Essay on Poetics and the Bleeding Life Written While Drinking a Six-Pack (Tall); includes contributions by d.a. levy, Harold Norse, William Wantling, Larry Eigner...
[Item #32141]
Price: $100.00
 
Ole - No.2 (March, 1965). Douglas BLAZEK, contributors, Charles BUKOWSKI, , d. a. levy, William Wantling.
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Beside Myself
New York: Flatiron Press, 1962. First Edition. A significant association, joining two of the great figures of the 1960s folk revival. Allan Block (1923-2013) was the long-time proprietor of the Allan Block Sandal Shop, on West 4th Street, which would become one of the twin hubs of the Greenwich Village...
[Item #26448]
Price: $200.00
 
Beside Myself. Allan BLOCK.
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Penelope Goes To The Farmer's Market: A Feminist Children's Book Dedicated to the Liberation of Children and Adults
San Francisco: The Joyful World Press, 1973. First Edition. Feminist children's book about a rather resourceful little girl, who throughout the course of the book manages to save her family from going hungry, execute a money-making scheme at the local farmer's market, stick it to the tax man, and arbitrate...
[Item #26323]
Price: $75.00
 
Penelope Goes To The Farmer's Market: A Feminist Children's Book Dedicated to the Liberation of Children and Adults. Shirley BOCCACCIO.
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Original Poster: Sixth Annual Fourth of July Smoke-In at the Ellipse, Washington, D.C.
New York: Youth International Party, 1975. Poster for the 6th Annual 4th of July Smoke-In, an event co-sponsored by the Yippie's and the Mother Love Tribe. Prominently featured at center is P. Bramley's drawing of Benjamin Franklin (and various other founding fathers) enjoying a joint or three alongside Smokey the...
[Item #19841]
Price: $350.00
 
Original Poster: Sixth Annual Fourth of July Smoke-In at the Ellipse, Washington, D.C. P. BRAMLEY, artwork.
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The Same Boat: The Passion of Chico Mendes
[Glover, VT]: Bread & Puppet, 1989. Second (1990) Printing. Limited to 1000 copies. Small quarto (21.75cm.); original blue pictorial staplebound card wrappers; 28pp.; illus. throughout. Near Fine. Illustrated poem-cum-eulogy to Brazilian rubber-tapper and labor, social, and environmental activist Chico Mendes (1944-1988), published a year after his assassination at the hands of three ranchers.
[Item #29843]
Price: $150.00
 
The Same Boat: The Passion of Chico Mendes. BREAD AND PUPPET THEATER, Burt PORTER.
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Abas. Issues #7,8,9 (May, [Jun/July], "Late Summer," 1969)
Newark: Abas Magazine, 1969. First Edition. Scarce, short-lived underground paper produced by a Newark, New Jersey high-school collective. Masthead of no. 7 suggests that it is the first issue to be produced by offset in tabloid format; earlier issues were (apparently) mimeographed and sold only by mail. The masthead indicates...
[Item #17903]
Price: $125.00
 
Abas. Issues #7,8,9 (May, [Jun/July], "Late Summer," 1969). Michael J. BUCKLEY.
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The Magic Hat
Chapel Hill: Lollipop Power Inc. 1973. First Edition. Feminist children's book about a little girl who, through the use of a magic hat, breaks down the gender barrier between a divided group of boys and girls. Produced by Lollipop Power, "a women's liberation collective that works for the liberation of...
[Item #26335]
Price: $50.00
 
The Magic Hat. Kim Westsmith CHAPMAN, story, Kitty Riley CLARK, illustrations.
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Some Poems / Poets: Studies in American Underground Poetry Since 1945
Berkeley: Oyez, 1971. First Edition. Octavo (22.5cm.); original white photo-illustrated card wrappers; 118pp.; photographs. Minor edge wear, else Very Good. Includes essays on Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Robert Creeley, and Brother Antoninus.
[Item #28752]
Price: $20.00
 
Some Poems / Poets: Studies in American Underground Poetry Since 1945. Samuel CHARTERS, photographs Ann Charters.
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Teeth
Trumansburg, NY: New/Books, 1967. First Edition. Octavo. Illustrated thick paper wrappers; 36pp. Mild external toning and dusting, else Near Fine. Cover illustration by Walter Wanger.
[Item #26471]
Price: $20.00
 
Teeth. Hale CHATFIELD.
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Tits & Clits, no. [alpha]
[Laguna Beach, CA: Nanny Goat Productions, 1972]. First Edition. Digest-sized comic book (25cm.); original pictorial wrappers; 30pp.; illus. Fine uncirculated copy with 50c cover price. Early comic anthology dealing exclusively with sex from a feminist perspective, including stories on birth control and masturbation. Because of the controversial title, the anthology...
[Item #26748]
Price: $30.00
 
Tits & Clits, no. [alpha]. Lyn CHEVLI, a k. a. Chin Lyvely, Joyce Sutton.
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The Black Panther - Vol.IV, No.5 (January 3, 1970)
Berkeley: Black Panther Party, 1970. Well-preserved issue, with contributions by Eldridge Cleaver, David Hilliard, Bobby Seale, and others. Rear cover features poster-sized artwork by Emory Douglas, the Panther's Minister of Culture, who has also provided a few internal illustrations and designed a centerfold portrait of Huey Newton. Tabloid format (ca...
[Item #27625]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther - Vol.IV, No.5 (January 3, 1970). Eldridge CLEAVER, Emory DOUGLAS, illustrations.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.4 (December 27, 1969)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1969. Contents include articles by David Hilliard, Charles Garry, R. Chaka Walls, Huey Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, and a centerfold titled "No Justice in Amerikkka" by Ora Williams. Rear wrapper features Christmas-themed artwork by Emory Douglas. Tabloid (44cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 20pp; illus. Horizontal fold just...
[Item #32405]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.4 (December 27, 1969). contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art, Eldridge CLEAVER, , David Hilliard, Charles Garry, Huey Newton.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.II, No.27 (March 23, 1969)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1969. Contains "Black Capitalism and What It Means" by Landon Williams, articles by Elbert "Big Man" Howard, Bob Avakian, Lovis Larris, Eldridge Cleaver, Dick Roberts, and others. Rear wrapper features full-page artwork by Emory Douglas. Tabloid (44.5cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Horizontal fold at...
[Item #32404]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.II, No.27 (March 23, 1969). Eldridge CLEAVER, , Bob Avakian, Elbert Howard, contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.III, No.31 (November 22, 1969)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1969. Contents include articles on oppression by L.A. police, Panther political prisoners, a statement by Eldridge Cleaver on the Weathermen, an article on Emory Douglas by Phineas Israeli, the Breakfast Program in North Carolina, lengthy article by Connie Matthews, and a centerfold article by David...
[Item #32396]
Price: $100.00
 
The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.III, No.31 (November 22, 1969). contributors, Emory DOUGLAS, cover art, Eldridge CLEAVER, , David Hilliard, Phineas Israeli, Connie Matthews.


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