NY: Norton, (1979). First printing. 8vo, pp. 346. Notes, bibliography, index. Frontis portrait. Author's presentation on flyleaf: "For Leslie's parents, I | hope you like my book, | with very good wishes. | Robert D. | December 15, 1979" Maroon cloth. Top outer corners of cover bumped, o/w a nice...
NY: Rand School, 1933. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 48. Paper wraps. A Vg tight copy. Egbert p. 490. Poems. "S.A. DeWitt, one of the socialist assemblymen suspended from the New York legislature during the red scare after World War I, most closely approached the revolutionary idiom in Rhapsodies in Red...." *.
Ithaca NY: Review of Radical Political Economics, 1972. Periodical. 4to, pp. 154. Illustrated wtih several photographs. Paper wraps. Cover slightly soiled and dog-eared, owner's name on front, o/w a VG tight copy. The entire issue is given over to articles on the subject and includes course syllabi and bibliographies.
New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, (1980). 8vo, pp. xvii, 252. Notes, bibliography, index. Lavendar cloth. Owner's name on flyleaf. Top edge little spotted, corners of cover very slightly bumped, o/w a VG tight copy in chipped and little faded dj. The first study of a right-wing political party in prerevolutionary Russia.
NY: Knopf, 1981. First American edn. Small 4to, pp. 240. Bibliography, index. Edited by Ann Gould. Over 250 black-and-white illustrations and 28 in color. Light brown cloth, stamped in gilt on spine. Cover very slightly scuffed at corners and ends of spine, o/w a nice copy in little chipped and scuffed dj.
Pittsburgh: Patterson & Hopkins, 1812. First Edition. 12mo, pp. 366, + errate leaf and errata slip. Bound in contemporary calf (rubbed). Many contemporary signatures on the end papers. Howes F-134, Imprints 25424. Findley (1750-1821) came to America in 1763 and later served in the Revolution. After the Revolution he settled...