DELLINGER, D: In The Teeth of War. Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, 1966

Dellinger, Dave; Muste, A. J.; Duncan, Donald; Mailer, Norman. In The Teeth of War. Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, 1966. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name and date inside cover. Some aging on cover. Bumped spine. Good. Paperback. (#30867) $25.00

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During the mid-1960s, the New York Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee coordinated anti-war parades that involved perhaps hundreds of organizations. 64p.

Introduction by David Dellinger who later became known as one of the Chicago Eight. Contributors include Juan Mari Bras, Donald Duncan, Norman Mailer, Jerry Rubin, and others.

Photography by Martin Berman, Eli Finer, Yvonne Hannemann, Harvey Lloyd, and others.

GREEN, N: Byrdcliffe: An American Arts and Crafts Colony

Green, Nancy (editor). Byrdcliffe: An American Arts and Crafts Colony. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 2004. ISBN: 0964604205. Unmarked. Bumps and bends on cover. Good. Paperback. (#30857) $14.00

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Beautifully illustrated in color and black-and-white. 256p. Index.

Contributors include Ellen Paul Denker, Robert Edwards, Heidi Nasstrom Evans, Nancy e. Green, Cheryl Robertson, and Tom Wolf.

Byrdcliffe was founded in 1902 near Woodstock, New York by Jane Byrd McCall, Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, Bolton Brown, and Hervey White. It is the oldest operating arts and crafts colony in America.

BULLOCK, ME: New Deal Art in the Northwest: The WPA and Beyond

Book cover. New Deal Art in the Northwest: The WPA and BeyondBullock, Margaret E. New Deal Art in the Northwest: The WPA and Beyond. Tacoma Art Museum, 2020. ISBN: 9780924335488. Factory sealed. Like New. Hardcover. (#30842) $40.00

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Exhibition catalog (Tacoma Art Museum, February 22–August 16, 2020).

The first comprehensive survey of the impact of federal arts projects in the Pacific Northwest. Revealing the striking scope and variety of New Deal regional work—paintings, prints, murals, ceramics, and textiles, and the iconic and influential Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood.

Contributors: Tiffany Stith Cooper, Roger Hull, David F. Martin, Mindy J. Morgan, Sarah Baker Munro, Sharon Ann Musher, Nina Olsson, Philip Stevens, and Roger van Oosten.