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1 Belfrage, Sally. Un-American Activities: A Memoir of the Fifties.
New York: HarperCollins, [1994]. First Edition. 
Octavo, cloth & boards (hardcover), 263 pp. Fine in dust jacket. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Daninos, Pierre. The Secret of Major Thompson: A Frenchman's Discovery of America and England. Translated from the French by W. Marmaduke Thompson, C.S.I., D.S.O., O.B.E. Illustrated by Walter Goetz.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957. First American Edition. 
Signed and inscribed by the author. Octavo, illustrated boards (hardcover), 272 pp. Very Good+, with light edgewear; in a Good dust jacket with sunning to spine and edgewear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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3 Ehrlich, Richard L. Immigrants in Industrial America, 1850-1920.
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, Published for the Eleutherian Mills - Hagley Foundation and the Balch Institute, 1977. First Edition. 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xiv + 218 pp. Near-Fine, in a Good+, mylar protected dust jacket with light edgewear and soiling. From dust jacket: The papers included in this volume are part of a growing body of scholarship that focuses on interaction between immigrants and American society. They illustrate an emerging consensus among a sizable group of historians that ethnic backgrounds molded the responses of immigrant groups to American society. Transplanted European cultures were, according to these analyses, sufficiently flexible and resilient not only to survive and adapt to their new home but also to have an impact on the new environment they had to come to terms with. These conclusions stand in marked contrast to previous accounts, which argued that the immigrant's encounter with industrial America was overwhelmingly disorienting and destructive of traditional life-styles. 
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4 International Brotherhood of Pulp Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers. International Brotherhood of Pulp Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers: Rayonier Incorporated, Fernandina Division, Labor Agreement. This Agreement by and between Rayonier Incorporated, Fernandina Division.
28th day of June, 1941. 
Narrow octavo; paperbound (stapled, printed wrappers), 15 pp. Fine. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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5 Ireland, Imogene B. (and the Music Committee of the National Board of the Young Womens Christian Associations). The Song Book of the Y. W. C. A. Compiled by Imogene B. Ireland (and the Music Committee of the National Board of the Young Womens Christian Association).
New York: The Women's Press, n.d. 
Narrow quarto, hardcover (green cloth-backed green textured boards), gilt letters, 157 pp. Good+, with light rubbing to edges, cello tape repair to Page 34. Ephemera laid-in. 
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6 Jones, Howard Mumford. The Bright Medusa.
Urbana: The University of Illinois, 1952. 
Signed and Inscribed by the Author. Octavo, yellow illus. cloth (hardcover), 98 pp. Fine, in a chipped & torn dust jacket. “In this book, based on lectures delivered especially for the Fifth Annual Festival of Contemporary Arts (1952) at the University of Illinois, Mr. Jones divides the subjects [of the problems of youth, the artist, and the rebel as reflected in AMerican literature of the nineteen-twenties] into three sections: The Artist, The Poet, and The Radical. Here inimitably, with his agile wit, his richly allusive prose, his wide-ranging scholarly grasp, and his down-to-earth attitude, Mr. Jones looks at the twenties...” 
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7 Miller, Richard. Bohemia: The Protoculture Then and Now.
Chicago: Nelson-Hall, [1977]. 
Octavo, grey pebbled boards (hardcover), gilt letters, xi, 376 pp. Near-Fine, with date stamped to ffep, in a Very Good- dust jacket with several several small chips. Here, for the first time we are presented with a historical study which shows the movement of the sixties to be simply one more step in the evolution of a force which has its roots in early nineteenth century France...Miller has included a comprehensive discussion of Paris in the twenties, pre-war Germany, and the American Beats fo the Fifties... 
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8 n.l. The Shadow of the Bottle. Published in the Interst of Nation-Wide Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic.
Washinton, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1915. First Edition. 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), illus. paper label, 128 pp. Very Good+, with light rubbing to covers. From Foreword: This book is issued for a definite purpose. It is designed to aid in making the map on the opposite page [”The March of Prohibition: Making the Map White”] wholly white, by removing the shadow of the bottle from the homes and hearts of men. This map and the statistics in this book, while very enlightening, soon fall behind the truth because of the onward march of the prohibition movement. They do, however, furnish some effective ammunition for the firing line... 
Price: 25.00 USD
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9 Roth, John K.; Editor. American Diversity, American Identity: The Lives and Works of 145 Writers Who Define the American Experience.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1995. First Edition, Stated. 
Large octavo, boards (hardcover), gilt letters, xviii, 709 pp. Near-Fine, with former-owner stamp and a Fine dust jacket. From jacket: The book is organized in thirteen secions, each of which illustrates a particular apect of American diversity -- life in the South, the African American experience, Americans at war, the gay and lesbian experience, Americans living abroad, and others -- and features writers as diverse as Walt Whitman, Louise Erdrich, Emily Dickinson, Philip Roth, William Faulkner, Joan Didion, Eudora Welty, Terry McMillan, Joyce Carol Oates, Thomas Pynchon, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sandra Cisneros, and Amy Tan. Within each section there is a separate introduction that provides a general overview, followed by five to twenty essays on major writers whose concentrations are exemplary of that identity. 
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10 [Mackenzie, Colin]. Mackenzie's Five Thousand Receipts in All the Useful and Domestic Arts: Constituting a Complete Practical Library... By an American Physician.
Philadelphia: Printed by James Kay, Jun. & Co., 1829. 
Octavo, full calf, 456 pp. Woodcut illustrations for “Instructions in the Art of Carving.” Cover is moderately worn and stained, lacks front and rear endpapers; interior clean and tight; Fair. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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