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Images of Labor - Hard Hats - District 1199's Bred and Roses Project 1981-1983
Price: $50.00

Title: Images of Laor; An exhibit sponsored by District 1199's Bread and Roses Project and Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (Sites) 1981-1983.
Washington DC
Year: 1983
Condition: 1/4" edge wear center base. 
Category: Labor Union
Images of hard hats in pale yellow blue and green.
Liberator, April 1918 Edition, Vol. 1 No. 2. Liberator Publishing Company.New York.6666
Price: $50.00

The Liberator ran from 1918 til 1924 when it merged with two other magazines to become "The Workers Monthly". The magazine was known for its tendencies to publish articles regarding the socialist movement, from gradualist to revolutionary. Editor Max Eastman along with the help of his sister, feminist Crystal Eastman and Managing Editor, launched this magazine after there previous venture, "The Masses", and magazine with similar political leanings but as shut down by the government after World War I. This particular issue features a cover drawn by Frank Walt, and a feature article by John Reeds entitled, "Red Russia". The covers are partially detached.  The pages are brittle, toned and soiled due to age. 11" x 8 1/2".
Liberator, November 1918 Edition, Vol. 1 No. 9. Liberator Publishing Company.New York.6880
Price: $50.00

The Liberator ran from 1918 til 1924 when it merged with two other magazines to become "The Workers Monthly". The magazine was known for its tendencies to publish articles regarding the socialist movement, from gradualist to revolutionary. Editor Max Eastman along with the help of his sister, feminist Crystal Eastman and Managing Editor, launched this magazine after there previous venture, "The Masses", and magazine with similar political leanings but as shut down by the government after World War I. This particular issue features cover art of a dove with accents of blue and red by an unknown artists, and the feature articles: "The Trial of Eugene Debs" by Max Eastman, "Our Intervention in Russia" by John Reed, "Were You Ever a Child? A Discussion of Education" by Floyd Dell, "The Structure of the Soviet State" by John Reed and "International Labor and Socialist News" by Alexander Trachtenberg. The covers are partially detached with several small intact tears, and the binding is loose. The pages are brittle and soiled with several intact tears and toning due to exposure 11" x 81/2".
Liberator, August 1919 Edition, Vol. 2 No. 8 (Serial No. 18). Liberator Publishing Company.New York.7153
Price: $50.00

The Liberator ran from 1918 til 1924 when it merged with two other magazines to become "The Workers Monthly". The magazine was known for its tendencies to publish articles regarding the socialist movement, from gradualist to revolutionary. Editor Max Eastman along with the help of his sister, feminist Crystal Eastman and Managing Editor, launched this magazine after there previous venture, "The Masses", and magazine with similar political leanings but as shut down by the government after World War I. This particular issue features a cover drawn by Maurice Sterne, and two feature stories were "Conversations with Lenin," by Arthur Ransome, and "In Communist Hungary" by Crystal Eastman. The covers are nearly fully detached. The binding is loose and the paper itself is brittle resulting in several interior detached pages. Furthermore, the act of turning the other interior pages results in the pages detaching. The pages are toned and soiled due to age, and there is a stain on the upper right corner of the magazine the runs all the way through. 11" x 8 1/2".
The Declaration of Independence Portfolio, Compiled and Published by The Ladies' Patriotic Society Co., . The Ladies' Patriotic Society Co.,.Buffalo, NY.1899
Price: $100.00

A 17 1/2" x 14 1/2" facsimile of the Declaration of Independence, about one-third in size; also a copy of Charles Carroll's manuscript additions in 1826, etc.   Compiled and Published by The Ladies' Patriotic Society Co., Distributors of Patriotic Literature.   The Society is desirous that every citizen, especially young person and boys and girls, should study thoroughly or commit to memory the Declaration of Independence.  A fee of 10 cents is proposed.   Found in original envelope.  NO OCLC or other internet reference to the Society. 3/2017. .
La Mayoria Votando La Liste Socialista Independiente Independent Socialist Federico Pinedo, Argentine politician
Price: $150.00

Title:La Mayoria Votando La Liste Socialista Independiente Independent Socialist (Federico Pinedo, Argentine politician)
Designer: unknown
Printer: unknown
Year: 1931
Condition: repair lower center marging.  Mounted on linen.  Overall fine. 
Category: Propaganda
Capital building in background.  Includes slates of candidates 
Menu for the Ninth International Congress Banquet (Medicine) with Allegorical Imagery 1887Bailey Banks & Biddle,.Philadelphia.
Price: $150.00

A 4 page heavy stock with gilt fore edge menu with a red, white and blue grosgrain ribbon binding. The front cover is an illustration of Lady Liberty with the American shield and the Eagle atop the world. The stars below represent the states of the United States with the exception of the 13 states in the rainbow above representing the 13 colonies. The event was held in Washington DC in September. The first page of the menu  has a vignette at the upper left with Lady Liberty preparing food while allegorical representatives from England, France, Spain and the US await the fare.  The imagery on the next page depicts Uncle Sam with a bottle of champagne while representative bottles from various companies "pop their corks".  The back cover depicts an array of international flags wrapped in the United States flag. Fare includes ham and tongue sandwiches, sardines, salmon au tartare and much more.  Measures 7 1/4" x 5 5/8".  Printed by Bailey, Banks and Biddle, Phila. . Light surface soiling from handling front cover.
Souvenir Booklet with Menu and Dance Card for Inauguration of The Alexander Hamilton Hotel, Paterson NJ, 1925..
Price: $175.00

An unnumbered 34 pp booklet with embossed cameo of Alexander Hamilton on the front cover.   It is the souvenir for the opening of the hotel and includes a description of the hotel with pictures and sundry remarks on Paterson and the district thereabout, together with a succinct historical account of the doings of Alexander Hamilton.  Images from photographs and illustrations throughout.   It also includes a rather interesting menu with a page for each course including the fare, and a song with music and words. The booklet concludes with a dance card with 14 dances in the order of dance.  Unused. Meausres 6 3/8" x 3 3/4". . LIght cover wear
Popular Resistance Movement of Socialist Youth Propaganda Poster Skull Wearing Nazi Helmet
Price: $275.00

Title:"l'armee chilienne est une armee d'occupation" Resistance populaire mouvement de la jeunesse socialiste" ("The Chilean Army is an army of occupation" popular resistance movement of Socialist Youth)
Designer: 
Printer: Mouvement de la Jeunesse Socialiste, Paris.
Year: 1973
Condition: Excellent.  Linen backed.
Category: Propaganda
Printed in red, blacka nd white.  Imagery of empty skull wearing a Nazi helmet with swastika at center with red lightening bolt through the center.  
STOP THE BOMBING! US Planes are carrying out massive bombing raids of Hanoi and Haiphong poster c1972. ..
Price: $325.00

An 11" x 17" poster mounted on linen.  The verbiage describes the massive bombing raids on Hanoi and Haiphon  and concludes with  STOP THE BOMBING!   Graphics depict planes headed in one direction with boots on the ground  in the opposite. Possible the work of one of the East Bay workshops. .  Thumbtack imprints on corners.
Stoppa Matchen! Davis Cup Protest Against Chilean Military 1973
Price: $400.00

Title: Stoppa Matchen! (Stop the Match
Designer:  Kjartan Slettemark (Norwegian)
Printer: Wailen & Datnolm Boktr. AB, Lund 1975
Year: 1975
Condition: excellent; Mounted on Linen
Category: Political Propaganda 

Image from photograph of observers in a stadium with an armed guard in the foreground. A tennis racket superimposed atop the the scene.  This poster was created in conjunction with the David Cup celebrated in Bastad, Sweeden in 1975.  
The Norwegian artist Kjartan Slettemark produced a poster encouraging people to stop the tennis matches in protest against the Childean military regime.  Culminated with Chile's defeat in the matches. 
Kohlennot erdroffelt unsere Industrie - Coal Shortage
Price: $450.00

Title: (translation) Coal Shortage - Strangled our Industry - The Miner Rescues Us, if He Extends the Layer
Designer: A. WITTIG/DUSSELDORF
Publisher: KUNSTANSTALLT / CARL LONG PUBLISHER / DUISBURG
Year: c1919
Condition: Excellent
Category: Propaganda


Imager red spider with "6" on body in a web surrounding coal.

"Abendblatt: Der Arbeiter Zeitung c1918
Price: $450.00

Title: "Abendblatt" der Arbeiter-Zeitung
Designer: Lamparski, K.
Printer: Vorwarts (Vienna Austria)
Year: c1918
Condition: light surface wear, wrinkling; linen mounted.
Category: Political, social
Drawing of a worker's face, hammer on his shoulder, red flag in back.

A collection of approximately 40 Satirical Caractures from Les Hommes 'aujourd and other publications. 1880s . ..
Price: $450.00

The grouping includes images of feminists, journalists, philosophers, doctors, actors and more including • Roselia Rousseil • Deaubray Juliette • Lamber • Madame M. - L. Ganeur • Clemence Royer • Arthur Mery • Victor Meunier • Tony Revillon • Pantheon-Meyer • Emile Littre • Earnest D' Hevilly Smaller images measure approximate 10” x 8”.  Mounted on pages. . André Gill , co-founder of the magazine, Émile Cohl , Coll-Toc , Manuel Luque , FA Cazals , Frédéric Régamey , Demare; episodic collaboration Robida , Lucien and Camille Pissarro , Maximilien Luce , Toulouse-Lautrec , Signac , Seurat , Steinlein , Raffaelli , Grevin . The woodcuts were executed among others by Charles Decaux.