Founded in 1996, Lorne Bair Rare Books specializes in the literature, art and history of radical social movements, primarily Ameican and primarily on the left but with a representative sampling of materials from the far right and beyond. ::::::: Located in a 3,000 square foot office in an historic mill building just of I-81, we are open by appointment to browsers and dealers. Book fairs, appraisals, and the pursuit of fresh material keep us on the road much of the year, so please call ahead, as we do not keep regular open hours to the public. ::::::: We are interested in acquiring significant materials in the areas of American radical and labor history, civil rights, women's history, LGBT history, and related social justice movements. Items of interest include books, pamphlets, broadsides, graphics, original artworks, manuscripts, autographed materials, photographs, and archives, from the 17th through the 21st centuries.
Contact the SellerLorne Bair
661 Millwood Ave, Ste 206
http://www.lornebair.com Associates Amir Naghib
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by [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS] [MICHIGAN] KELLEY, Ken (editor)Ann Arbor 1969 (click for more details)
Signed First Edition
The Lost Tribe. Being the Strange Adventures of Raphael Drale in Search of the Lost Tribes of Israel
by ARONIN, BenNew York : The Simons Press , 1934 (click for more details)
by [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS] [MICHIGAN] KELLEY, Ken (editor); SANDERS, Ed (contributor)Ann Arbor : Ann Arbor Argus , 1969 (click for more details)
Catalog 19: Radical Americana, Social Movements, Proletarian Art & Literature 237 Items in all price ranges, fully illustrated. A large portion is devoted to African American literature & history, including significantly rare materials from the militant civil rights movements of the 60s and 70s. Other subjects covered include women's history, LGBT rights, proletarian novels, radical politics, utopian thought, Etc.