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1 Diamond, Joseph S. DOOR OF HOPE
New York: Greenburg: Publisher, (1951). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in blue boards, spine titles and rules in black; in a near fine pictorial dust jacket that is lightly shelfworn and rubbed, with a somewhat soiled rear panel. 
Based on incidents borrowed from his own childhood, Dr. Diamond's novel, set against the backdrop of a 19th-century Rumanian peasant revolt, tells the story of a young idealist who has returned from America imbued with the belief in freedom and equality. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Hall, Covington BATTLE HYMNS OF TOIL
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: General Welfare Reporter, [1946]. First edition, first printing. Paperbound. Spine somewhat tanned, mild soiling to the covers, minor shelfwear, else near fine in perfect bound pictorial wraps. Small octavo. 119 pages. 
Very scarce collection of poems in defense of farmers and workers, by the activist IWW poet, lumber worker, and organizer based in Louisiana. Born in Mississippi in 1871, Covington Hall wrote widely under the pen name of "Covami." 
Price: 200.00 USD
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