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New York:Central Committee of the Communist Party of the U.S.A. (1934). 26pp. Wrps. Reprint of article appearing in the DAILY WORKER. Binding is damaged and repaired with tape. Small stain to the bottom right corner, affecting all but a few of the pages. Otherwise, there is only an ink-stamped "REVIEW COPY" to the top right corner of the front cover. Internally clean and free of stray markings. Pages slightly brittle. Overall, a good copy.
New York: Harper & Brothers. . 508 pp. Hard Cover. No Dust Jacket. An analysis of the American Federation of Labor under the leadership of Samuel Gompers. A Very Good+ copy. S003.
Madison, Wisconsin:(University of Wisconsin). 1912. 211pp. Wraps. Covers are worn and lightly frayed at the edges with some soiling and sun-fading to the spine. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
hNew York:Farrar & Rinehart, Inc. 1935. 1st edition. viii+407pp. Hardcover. Black boards with title in silver to front cover and spine strip lightly soiled but quite shelfworn, with wear along all edges, spine ends, top and bottom, chipped and fraying, and edge points worn to boards. Internally, end-pages are age-toned but clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures, but with an occasional smudge scattered throughout. The binding is tight with front hinge just starting at bottom edge but intact at rear hinge. A good solid copy. *"A decade in the life of Mary Heaton Vorse. Her Footnote to Folly is a striking picture of industrial Tumult in America."...NYTimes (1/12/36)
New York:Internatonal Publishers. (1929). 224pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. In verygood codition. Rear cover and spine lightly soiled and shelf-worn, with some soiling to top page edges. Front cover clean and bright. Internally, pages clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good copy.
London:Hodder and Stoughton. 1917. 1st edition. 114pp. With 10 illustrations by Joseph Simpson. Wrps. Spine strip chipped and covers soiled, otherwise a very good solid copy. No previous owners marks or signatures. An old crease mark is visible, as if someone tried to bend the book...
London:Trades Union Congress Parliamentary Committee by the Co-Operative Printing Society Limited. 1910. viii+158pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Brown boards lightly rubbed with light soiling, as well as wear to edges and edge points. Internally, end-pages are age-toned, with a previous owners name and address to top of 1st free end-page, as well as an occasional margin note or penciled underlining. Otherwise, a near very good, solid copy.
Chapel Hill:University of North Carolina Press. 1931. xvi+649pp. Hardcover. Black boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn with wear to spine ends. Gilt on spine dulled. Edge points gently bumped and worn to boards.Soiling to page edges. Internally, an inscription to the inside front board from "The Author". Someone has also written the page numbers in the bottom margins of almost every page, and then roughly erased most of them. Overall, a good solid copy.
Cambridge:Harvard University Press. 1958. 408pp. 1st edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book is in very good, clean condition. The dust jacket, while slightly soiled overall, still in very good condition. *"There have been many books on the history British labour organisations, but the Trades Union Congress, the most important organisation of them all, has never been the subject of a full scale study. This book, however, does more than fill an important gap; it revises previous evaluations of labour history and will be a standard source of reference."
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