Complete set of the postcard series depicting "women of the future" in the unbelievable roles of doctor, general, etc.
Scarce catalogue of an exhibition at Ace Gallery, Los Angeles.
Christian biography of a young teacher, describing her death by firework.
Wrestling, horror, sci-fi, and Aztec mythology.
Scarce Italian Fascist advertising review documenting the remarkable collaboration of the avant-garde with fascist propagandists.
For a modern young lady, nothing beats the personal car.
Inscribed copy of Japanese book commemorating Gropius's first and only trip to Japan.
Woodblock memorializing the first anniversary of the bombing of Guernica.
Children's stories from an Italian fascist youth organization.
Flashy Weimar-era swimming catalogue.
Anarchist, pacifist, and sexual liberation activist Humbert's rare second book about her experience in French prisons.
Claiming to be the first computer program for matching users based on sexual preference. Not in OCLC.
Documenting the artist's “Supermother” billboard project.
Patent medicine promotional booklet advertising women’s health treatments.
Late 19th-century trade card for acrobat Marie Latour.
Etching and invite related to the Parisian women's gourmet club. Later members included Julia Child.
Counterculture serial, complete in one issue, contributions by Lynn Hershman and Mimi Parent.
Exceptional photographic survey of a groundbreaking Argentinian architect and engineer.
Rare photobook promoting arts and technology programming at the Museo Tecnológico, Mexico City.
Fine example of the dialogue between Californian and Mexican modernisms.
Early catalogue of the renowned Colombian fiber artist.
Rare document of a landmark urban planning conference.
Exhibition surveying abstract art in Colombia. Not found in OCLC.
Poster with autographed dedication from artist Lisl Steiner.
Unrecorded ephemera documenting the crisis in the Partido Comunista Mexicano following the Soviet-German nonagression pact.
Unrecorded Chilean communist songbook.
Unrecorded Mexican songbook featuring early version of lyrics celebrating the Foreign Oil Expropriation act and music from the film La Adelita.
Experimental poetry by the Chilean urbanism and architecture historian, with manuscript letter describing Allende's socialist revolution.
Booklet of contemporary art terms in Spanish, published in conjunction with the second Coltejer Biennial in Medellín, Colombia.
Limited edition experimental graphic design, signed by Consuegra.
Architectural journal by students at Chile's Escuela de Arquitectura de la Pontificia Universidad Catolica, no locations recorded in OCLC.
First issue of the Chilean avantgarde publication, unrecorded in OCLC.
Near complete run of a scarce Zionist serial published by a socialist youth organization.
Monthly journal chronicling the development of a Chilean steel company town.
Presentation album promoting modernized offices in the iconic Palacio Estrugamou block in Buenos Aires.
Sizable run of the anarchist film and theater journal with design by Mexican artist Juan Pérez del Muro.
Sexual liberation and antifascism.
Two issues of a left-wing nudist magazine by a Spanish anarchist publisher. Unrecorded in OCLC.
Graphics from the armed separatists Euskadi Ta Askatasuna and the communist Euskadiko Alderdi Komunista.
Bright samples of artificial flower dyes in beautiful Art Nouveau wrapper.
Promo catalogue for Mies's postwar urban renewal project in Detroit.
Cover illustration by Francesc Fontanals.
Early feminist serial illustrated by Opisso, Apa, Bagaria, et al. OCLC finds no physical holdings in North America.
Right-wing women's newspaper from the end of the Spanish Republican period.
Profusely illus. promotional catalogue for a South African apartheid Indian township.
Unrecorded antifascist almanac published by exiled Italian communists.
Program for a performance by the first woman cantor in America (San Francisco, Temple Emanu-El, 1884-1893).
Pamphlets, zines, chapbooks, etc. related to transgender, transsexual, and LGBTQ activism, youth, literature, and civil rights
Surprisingly scarce publication with illus. by a principal artist of the Taller Gráfica Popular.
Bio of Russian-born anarchist who lived in Mexico as an exile for forty years.
"For the known white middle class male straightqueer."
Avant-garde fiber arts.
Rare catalogue for an exhibition by a pioneer of the Light and Space movement.
Sculptor Jacob Epstein's "The High Priestess of Beauty."
Early performance art serial, lacking only final issue.
Otherwise unrecorded score for Halprin event at UC Berkeley.
A rare edition related to Miss General Idea Beauty Pageant 1971.
Examples of Fekner's street art, incl. collaborations with Queens teenagers and the FASHION MODA group.
Guide to the first public exhibition of The Dinner Party.
Feminist sex education.
“Boys will be girls! … Introducing the world’s most famous female impersonators.”
Four complete years of an unrecorded serial documenting the electrification of Italian architecture and industry with stylized fascist graphics.
Seven vintage photographs reproducing the rationalist architect's proposed building for the Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR).
Nicely bound, rare novel by the Symbolist poet Renée Vivien and her lover, Baroness Hélène de Zuylen de Nyevelt.
Cuban photo book promoting modernization in Santiago de Cuba.
Early anthology of essays by Bolshevik soldier and journalist Larisa Reisner, cover by Ramon Puyol.
English guide to the modernizing of Canton's architecture and infrastructure by Sun Yat-Sen's revolutionary Republic of China.
Experimental serial by anarchist art press.
Argentinian Pan-Americanism, lead by feminist physician Alicia Moreau de Justo.
Manuscript notes on national syndicalism taken by a Sección Femenina student.
Scarce documentation of a Weimar era Jewish department store chain, expropriated by the Nazis in 1933.
Rare photographic album with superb images of wartime production fulfilled by women and African-American machinists.
Postwar poverty documented for founder of Italian Socialist Party.
Nuestra Raza's editorial board joins other Uruguayan intellectuals to toast the black culture periodical. Together with first issue.
Complete run of the revolutionary weekly edited by anarcho-syndicalist journalists during the Spanish Civil War. Unrecorded.
Who makes the beds? Who makes the toilet shine? Who cooks? And you, madame? Are you also a slave?
Documenting the women's wing of the Spanish fascist movement.
Vintage photographs of exquisite designs for Deco perfume and cosmetics displays.
Rare ephemera from productions by the national ballet, theatre, opera, etc.
Expressionist graphics by the exiled Spaniard Helios Gómez.
Futurist design. Fascist propaganda. Trains.