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1 MAKING ROOM: WOMEN AND ARCHITECTURE Heresies II
New York, NY Heresies:a Feminist Publication 1963 First Edition Softcover 
This is Volume 3 of Heresies II. Number 3. 1981. It is a 94 page periodical with 2 additional pages for advertising. There are approximately 43 female writer contributions. Some article titles are: The Woman's Commonwealth: A Nineteenth-Century Experiment, Cubes in Sahara, The Bessie Smith Memorial Dance Hall located somewhere in Harlem, Lilly Reich. There are photos in black and white and some diagrams and lay-outs. The periodical is in very good condition. A tight binding, no creases on the spine, but there is a faint touch of darkening. The covers and interior are clean, except for two light spots on the front cover. There are no marks or writing. Well cared for, in general. There is an ISSN number of 0146-3411.; No 3; 4to; 94 pages 
Price: 17.90 USD
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2 THE LITERARY NORTHWEST September 1892
St. Paul, MN The Literary Northwest 1892 First Edition Softcover 
This is a softcover periodical that was published in St. Paul, MN (with a Representative in New York - Richmond & Walling. As Volume II, Number 1 of this short lived periodical, the pages start with 1. There are 72 pages that are untrimmed - the binding is stapled in signatures/gatherings that are uncut. The condition is good - the paper cover in a grey shade with decoration and shows that some thought was given to font design. The soft paper covers have some spotting and a scuffed fold for the spine - a chip in the upper right corner (about 1/4" in from the corner) , some creasing at the bottom corner, plus a small chip and two short closed tears on the rear cover. The interior pages are in very good condition except for a little dis-coloration at the untrimmed fore edges. There are no marks or writing. There are many article titles and authors in the Contents on the front corner. The titles of the articles that show up in the uncut version are: Aspect of the Labor Question by J. G. Pyle of the Pioneer Press; The Opposition of the Planet Mars - Corrigan, ex-astronomer of the USN; Shelliana by Mary F. Severance; Two Studies in English Literature by John A. Hartigan; Wit by Van Bibber; New Books (review) . Some of the signatures start with poems - not listed here. There are three and 1/2 pages of advertising at the rear of the magazine and the reverse side on the back cover. Many of the ads are institutes of education - U of Minnesota (free tuition at the School of Agrilcuture) , Carleton, Shattuck School, the Hardy School in Duluth, plus other ads.. ; Number 1; Vol. 11; 8vo; 72 pages 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS April 1894 Monthly Illustrated Magazine Including Tuskegee Plan
New York, NY The Review Of Reviews & Co. 1894 First Edition Softcover 
This is the periodical The Review of Reviews, Volume IX, Number4, for April of 1894 - three articles are featured on the cover: Negro Progress on the Tuskegee Plan (8 pages) ; The Three English Liberal Leaders: Gladstone, Rosebery, Harcourt; American and International Topics of the Day. The pagination is mixed - predominantly pp 387 through 512 with lower numbers bound in preceeding and following the serial numbers. The magazine has numerous pages of advertising in black and white. The gatherings for the last third of the pages are uncut. The softcover have a little bit of scuffing on the spine - a chip at the top and a crease at the rear that also affects a few pages. The interior pages are clean. The binding is tight. There are no marks or writing. There are many illustrations in a weak inked half tone imaging process. Many of the ads are illustrated. This issue was edited by W. T. Stead. The magazine was promoted as being simultaneously published in the U S and Great Britain . ; Number 4; Small 4to 
Price: 19.00 USD
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4 WIN (MAGAZINE) (9 EDITIONS FROM 1978 TO 1980) Peace & Freedom Thru Nonviolent Action
Brooklyn, NY W. I. N. Magazine, Inc. First Edition Softcover 
This item is nine publications of WIN magazine with non-sequential dating from September 28, 1978 through Septembe 1, 1980. The issues are September 28, 1978; March 15, 1979; March 29, 1979; April 12, 1979; April 26, 1979; May 3, 1979; May 10, 1979; May 31, 1979; September 1, 1980. Some of the themes in this collection are feminism, wars in Asia, interview with Hector Marroquin, Arms, Camp David, Arabs & Jews: Common Origins Lost in Clonflict; Nuclear Madness, Nagasaki, Atoms for Peace, Susquehanna River Sketches, rape, nonviolent approach, martial arts; Nuclear testing in Polynesia, National service; war machine; Peace demonstrations, Each magazine contains about 22 to 34 pages. Printed on newspaper quality paper with a soft paper covers. The size and paper changed on the 1980 edition and the magazine is a little larger than the other eight editions. Some covers are simple content text. The one on feminism was drawn by Julie Maas. The magazines are in very good to fine condition. Tight, bright, crisp, clean (with the exception of the first which has a very faint darkening on the upper tight hand corner of the cover which is nearly invisible. The last one has a light vertical crease in the middle. Well cared for and most of them do not appear to have been read. No marks or writing. No tears or chips. ; 4to 
Price: 80.00 USD
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5 Filler, Martin (editor) DESIGN QUARTERLY SUMMER 1992 #156
Minneapolis, MN Walker Art Center and MIT 1992 First Edition Softcover Fine 
This is a softcover periodical published by the Walker Art Center (and MIT) in Minneapolis, MN. The 36 page periodical is in 'as new' condition. Tight, bright, crisp, and clean. No marks or writing. The theme is art and architecture, including the art and creativity of inventing additional curreny bills for the U. S. Currency by RIchard Haas, artist and architect. The full cover of the book Is a blow up of the $25.00 bill with a stylized portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright and well chosen design for the bill in wrap around art - front and back. . There are images of the other 50 through 200 dollar bills with Duke Ellington, Martha Graham, Tennessee Williams, Cotton Club, and two more. There is an article written by Haas. Other artickes are about the architect Siza - Portugal; Filler on the Guggenheim and Wright; E. Martin on suburban archtecture with phots of MN buildings and homes; Peattie on stage design and Hockney; N. Goldsmith on controversial architecure. Well cared for. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 36 pages 
Price: 48.00 USD
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6 Twain, Mark HUCK FINN & TOM SAWYER AMONG THE INDIANS An Unpublished Manuscript..... Walter Blair Life Magazine 1968
New York, NY Life Magazine 1968 First Edition Other 
This is the original printing of the excerpt from the December 1968 Life Magazine publication. This is not the 2002 book. This excerpt is 15 pages of text and a cover with a photograph of Twain. There is art illustration throughout in black and whte and some in color tints by JamesMcMullen, illustrator and artist. This excerpt was taken from the magazine. The unfinished work was printed on regular paper instead of magazine paper. It has become a beige color with darker toning on the front vertical edge and a little on the other edges. It has a stapled binding. It is very clean and crisp with no marks or writing, marks, or wear. This excerpt comes with a two page article (on magazine paper with another photo of Twain) by Walter Blair with two titles: "An unpublished manuscript- American Fiction's most famous boys set off on a wild adventure they never finished" and "The reasons Mark Twain did not finish his story. " First written in 1885, Twain stopped writing in the middle of a sentence. This manuscript stops at that point. Blair explains. Later, in 2002, author Lee Nelson received permission to finish the book. This is the original excerpt only, plus the two page article by Blair, not the Nelson book. The rest of the magazine is not included. The total number of pages are 18. The two pages by Blair are clean with no marks or writing. There is a soft crease on one corner and faint toning (white to beige) at the edges. ; 4to; 15 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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