Scotia NY: Americana review. 8vo, pp. about 15. Illustrated ads for toys. Paper wraps. A VG tight copy.
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Oklahoma City OK: American Guardian, (1933). "Continental Congress edition" 12mo, pp. 39. Paper wraps. Lower corner of leaves slightly dog-eared, cover little yellowed, o/w a nice copy. A pamphlet for members of farm and labor organizations, who were meeting to protest the excesses of American capitalism and to design a....
Oklahoma City OK: American Guardian, 1933. Second edn. 12mo, pp. 37. Paper wraps. Cover little torn at spine, but VG. A pamphlet for members of farm and labor organizations, outlining the excesses of American capitalism calling for a new order.
NY: Macmillan, 1921. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xiv, 178. Illustrated with 8 photographs. Blue cloth, stamped in dark blue and gilt. Ex library, with bookplate and stamps.Cover slightly scuffed at edges, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: New England Free Press, 1968? 4to, one sheet, folded, pp. 4. Reprinted from The Southern Patriot, The Southern Conference Educational Fund's monthly newspaper. How Masonite used Black/White divisions to break a strike.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, (1997). First printing. 8vo, pp. 261. Appendix, notes, index. A nice copy in little rippled dj.
NY: Farrar Straus Giroux, (1982). First printing. 8vo, pp. x, 390. Notes, index. Illustrated with photographs. Black cloth. A nice copy in slightly scuffed dj.
Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1992. 8vo, pp. 310. VG. Poems--many of them protesting the Vietnam War and conditions in the U.S. at the time.
NY: New Press, (1998). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xiv, 354. Bibliography. Ivory paper over boards. Ex library, with stamps. A VG tight copy in dj.
Northampton MA: Smith College Museum of Art, 1980. 4to, pp. 68. Bibliography. Published to accompany an exhibition. Paper wraps. Illustrated. Cover and top edge slightly spotted, o/w nice. An exhibition built around the near-deification of George Washington and the art and collectables it produced during the 18th and 19th centuries.
NY: Alliance, (1940). First Edition. Large 8vo, 45, with 142 photos by: Walker Evans, Ben Shahn, Russell Lee, Marion Post, John Vachon, and Dorothea Lange; text by Anderson. A very nice tight copy in some chipped & worn dj.
NY: Dover, (1962). Reprint of the 1940 edn. 8vo, pp. 170. Paper wraps. Illustrated. Cover little yellowed and worn, o/w VG. A full and authoritative account of Shaker music and ritual dances.
Bloomington IN: Indiana University, (1966). First Edition. 4to, pp. 106. Suggested reading. Copiously illustrated with black-and-white photographs. Ivory cloth, stamped in black. With two clippings laid in. Cover spotted and browned, o/w a VG tight copy.
Greenwich CT: New York Graphic Society, (1974). First printing. Large 8vo, pp. 224. Notes, bibliography, index. Copiously illustrated with photographs and drawings. Ex library with bookplate and pocket removed. A VG tight copy in some scuffed and chipped dj.
NY: Dover, (1967). Reprint of 1937 edition. 4to, pp. 133. Illustrated with photographs by William F. Winter. Paper wraps. Cover little faded, o/w a nice copy.
NY: Dover, (1950). Reprint of 1937 edition. 4to, pp. 133. Illustrated with photographs by William F. Winter. Paper wraps. Cover and edges soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
Columbia MO: University of Missouri, (1996). First printing. 8vo, pp. xii, 360. Bibliography, index. Illustrated with photographs. Author's presentation on flyleaf. Light yellow cloth. A nice copy in dj. The story of Ilasco, MO, and of the people who worked in the Atlas Portland Cement Co.
Berkeley: University of California, (1991). First printing. 8vo, pp. vii, 272. Notes, bibliography, index. Author's presentation on flyleaf. Mauve cloth. Faintly spotted on top edge, o/w a nice copy in lightly scuffed dj.
NY: Bonanza, (1963). First printing. 4to, pp. 176. Further reading, index. Copiously illustrated with photographs. A nice copy in dj. Pioneer accounts of contacts with the Native Americans of the Western plains.
NY: Random House, (2002). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 212. Paper over boards. A nice copy in somewhat scuffed dj. A volume of Angelou's biography.
Kingsport, TN: Privately published, 1963. Fritz Kredel. One of 1250 copies. Large 8vo, pp. 88. Small illustrations by Fritz Kredel. Patterned paper over boards, with cloth spine. Very slightly faded on spine, o/w fine in box.
Richmond MA: Richmond Civic Association, 1964. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xii, 214. Sources, index. Illustrated. Map on endpapers, plus large fold-out map in rear. Rose cloth stamped in gilt. Top edges somewhat spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in little stained dj.
Washington DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1941. 8vo, pp. 19. Illustrated with three tables. Notes. Paper wraps. [National Resources Planning Board.] Leaves slightly rippled at upper right, cover very slightly soiled, o/w VG.
NY: H. M. Ranney, 1849. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 32. Illustrated with one etching. Paper wraps. Cover somewhat darkened, worn at spine, occasional foxing within, o/w VG. "Wherein an infuriated mob was quelled by the Public Authorities and Military, with...the Sudden Death or Mutilation of more than Fifty Citizens,..." Sparked...
Chicago: Woman's Temperance Publlishing, (1892). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 240. Frontis portrait. Turquoise cloth, stamped in gilt. Title and another leaf loose, edges little soiled, last two leaves clipped at upper corners. Cover little worn at edges and spine, o/w VG.