Results for: category: [x] Punk
Showing: 1 - 3 (of 3)
Results per page:
Order by:

Collection of Four Handbills
San Francisco & Berkeley: NBAU, 1985-1987. 1. "Quarantine." San Francisco, 1985. Printed on blue stock. Announcing an NBAU protest April 29, 1985, including a rush hour "Quarantine of Treasure Island" and midmorning "Disruptions in the Financial District." 2. "Demonstration! denounce and demonstrate against george shultz and all the 'peace-talking' war mongers."...
[Item #32693]
Price: $100.00
Collection of Four Handbills. NO BUSINESS AS USUAL.

October 20 Lockdown Lockheed
[San Francisco: 1986]. Paperback. Poster promoting a direct action at the Lockheed Missile & Space Corporation, October 20th, 1986. The central image of a death's head is surrounded by text and overprinted skulls, smiley faces, dollar signs and gravestones. During the protest, which was called to draw attention to Ronald...
[Item #18400]
Price: $200.00
October 20 Lockdown Lockheed. No Business As Usual.

Guitar Army: Street Writings / Prison Writings
New York: Douglas Book Corporation, 1972. First Edition. Paperback. Wrapper issue. Octavo (20.5cm.); [16],364pp; illus.; printed on multi-colored stock. About Fine. Cornerstone work of Sixties radicalism. Sinclair was the songwriter and lead singer for the proto-punk band MC-5, a co-founder of the White Panthers, and if not the most vocal...
[Item #25834]
Price: $25.00
Guitar Army: Street Writings / Prison Writings. WHITE PANTHERS, John SINCLAIR.