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New Masses, November 12, 1940

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney and Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15418

Condition: Good+


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers are still attached, but barely; the spine is slit to within a couple of inches from the bottom. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later becam... View more info

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New Masses, May 28, 1940

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney and Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co,: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15416

Condition: Very Good


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers are still attached, but there are some slits on spine from top to first staple. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid, ... View more info

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New Masses, February 20, 1940.

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney anf Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15420

Condition: Very Good


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers have some holes along the spine and a 1" slit at the top. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid, Marxist-oriented p... View more info

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New Masses, August 15, 1939

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney anf Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1939

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15421

Condition: Very Good


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers have some holes along the spine but no slits. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid, Marxist-oriented publication. This... View more info

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New Masses, December 17, 1940

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney anf Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15417

Condition: Very Good-


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers are still attached, but there are some slits on spine from top to middle staple. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid,... View more info

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New Masses, June 18, 1940

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney anf Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1940

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15419

Condition: Very Good


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear. The covers have some holes along the spine but no real slits. Paper is toned, especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid, Marxist-oriented publication... View more info

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New Masses, December 2, 1941

By: Magill, A. B. and Ruth McKenney anf Joseph North (eds.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Weekly Masses Co.: 1941

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15422

Condition: Very Good


Stapled newsprint with some light edge and corner wear, especially on top front edge. The covers have some holes along the spine but no slits. Paper is toned especially along edges but no more than would be expected from newsprint. New Masses (1926–1948) was one of the succesors to the original Masses (1912-1917). New Masses was associated with the Communist Party in the US, but at its inception was more a magazine of liberal and left wing ideology with writers as diverse as Hemingway, William Carlos Williams, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes amd many more. It later became a more rigid, Marx... View more info

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Behind the Florida Bombings: Who killed NAACP leader Harry T. Moore and his Behind the Florida Bombings: Who Killed NAACP leader Harry T. Moore and his wife

By: North, Joseph

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, New Century Publishers: 1952

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 15432

Condition: Near Fine


Stapled, illustrated wrappers. with very light wear and aging. An investigative pamphlet by long-time Communist journalist, Joseph North, on the murder of civil rights activists, Harry T. Moore and his wife. On Christmas Day 1951, members of the Florida KKK bombed the Moore house killing both Harry Moore and his wife. Moore was the founder of the Brevard Co. NAACP and he and his wife were the first NAACP members killed during the civil rights movement. Moore is considered the first martyr in the Civil Rights Movement. Relatively scarce pamphlet. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 23 pages View more info