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New Acquisitions

Fré Cohen Collection1923-1938

Grand Concert Cecilian Club Souvenir Programme: Madame Julie Rosewald1891

Program for a performance by the first woman cantor in America (San Francisco, Temple Emanu-El, 1884-1893).

Woman’s Scrapbook with Manuscript Text and Hand-colored Plates20th Century

Ellas: Semanario de las Mujeres Españolas1935

Right-wing women's newspaper from the end of the Spanish Republican period.

Färbungen auf Blumenstaffca. 1900

Bright samples of artificial flower dyes in beautiful Art Nouveau wrapper.

Three Basque Liberation Movement Postersca. 1970s

Graphics from the armed separatists Euskadi Ta Askatasuna and the communist Euskadiko Alderdi Komunista.

Biofilia: Revista Mensual de Culto a La Vida1935-1936

Two issues of a left-wing nudist magazine by a Spanish anarchist publisher. Unrecorded in OCLC.

Pentalfa: Magazine Naturo-Desnudista y Trofologica1933-34

Sexual liberation and antifascism.

Semáforo1937

Sizable run of the anarchist film and theater journal with design by Mexican artist Juan Pérez del Muro.

Or y Grana: Setmanari autonomista pera las donas, propulsor d’una Lliga Patriótica de Damas1906-1907

Early feminist serial illustrated by Opisso, Apa, Bagaria, et al. OCLC finds no physical holdings in North America.

Proceedings of the First International Congress of African Culture1962

Full transcripts and plates of delegates' presentations on African arts, music and dance; incl. Felix Idubor, Vincent Kofi, and Alfred Barr.

Progressive Canton1921

English guide to the modernizing of Canton's architecture and infrastructure by Sun Yat-Sen's revolutionary Republic of China.

Afgrijs. No. 1 (March 1984) through No. 7 [1986?] (all published)

Experimental serial by anarchist art press.

Orage du 12 Mai 1886. La Foudre en Spirale1887

Lightning.

Women

A Featured Collection

Latin America

A Featured Collection

Modernism

A Featured Collection

Ephemera and Oddities

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