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Image for Earnest Hemingway Reading: The Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, Second Poem to Mary, In Harry's Bar in Venice, The Fifth Column, Work in Progress, Saturday Night at the Whorehouse in Billings, Montana [Vinyl LP Record]

Earnest Hemingway Reading: The Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, Second Poem to Mary, In Harry's Bar in Venice, The Fifth Column, Work in Progress, Saturday Night at the Whorehouse in Billings, Montana [Vinyl LP Record]

By: Hemingway, Ernest

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Caedmon Records, Inc.: 1965

Seller ID: 2627


TC 1185. Vinyl LP record in gatefold sleeve. LP is very good with only faint scratches; sleeve has minor yellowing, scuffs and corner wear. Sleeve includes notes on each of the tracks. Recorded at Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, from 1948 to 1961. The recordings vary in quality, but offer a unique window into Hemingway’s cadence and emotion as a writer. View more info

Image for Is Freedom Academic? KPFA – Pacifica Radio Presents a Documentary of the FREE Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley – Fall 1964 [Berkeley Free Speech Movement]  LP Vinyl Record

Is Freedom Academic? KPFA – Pacifica Radio Presents a Documentary of the FREE Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley – Fall 1964 [Berkeley Free Speech Movement] LP Vinyl Record

By: Keech, Scott; Al Silbowitz, et al.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Berkeley, KPFA-Pacifica Foundation: 1964

Seller ID: 1570


Berkeley: KPFA-Pacifica Foundation, 1964 Very Good Vinyl LP in original sleeve, 33 1/3 The sleeve has light wear, a couple of small stains, and a couple of splits on the edges The record is near fine with only the faintest signs of handling A documentary-style presentation about Berkeley’s Free Speech Movement that began on 17 September, 1964, when student political organizations were prohibited from setting up tables to solicit funds or advocate off-campus politi... View more info

Image for A Man’s Work LP Record: Adjuster/Claimsman and Airline Ticket Agent

A Man’s Work LP Record: Adjuster/Claimsman and Airline Ticket Agent

By: Lish, Gordon, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: [New York], McGraw-Hill Book Company/Educational Development Corporation: 1967

Seller ID: 2638


LP, red vinyl in original sleeve, 33 1/3 rpm. LP is good with only lights scratches. The audio is good with no skips, only light crackling. The sleeve has rubbing, with Detroit Public Schools stamps and shelf numbers in black marker, and a spot of skinning where a label or tape was removed. There is one Detroit label and some ink notes on the LP label. “Get ready to listen, to listen hard…” Section 1 Disc A/B in a series of records designed to introduce stude... View more info

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The Sound of Dissent [Vinyl LP Record, Anti-War Movement]

By: McMahon, Jack, producer; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Stokeley Carmichael, George Wallace, Al Capp, et al.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Chicago, Mercury Record Productions, Inc.: [1969]

Seller ID: 2628


SR 61203. Vinyl LP record in original sleeve. Record has very light scratches, audio is good; the sleeve has light corner and edge wear, overall rubbing, and a remainder punch in the lower right corner. A funky mix of music and the voices of dissent – a sound collage of the 1960s anti-war movement. Backed by the guitar and drum music of Dan Armstrong and Donald McDonald, there are 11 tracks, including: Intro - 3 Parts (with the voices or Adam Clayton Powell, Eartha... View more info

Image for You Are the Jury: Case of the Invisible Car and Case of the Busy Intersection [LP Vinyl Record] [Traffic Court]

You Are the Jury: Case of the Invisible Car and Case of the Busy Intersection [LP Vinyl Record] [Traffic Court]

By: Michigan State University

Price: $20.00

Publisher: East Lansing, MI, Michigan State University Highway Traffic Safety Center:

Seller ID: 2626


You Are the Jury Series, not dated but this series was aired on MSU’s radio station from the late-1950s through the early ‘60s. Vinyl LP in plain black sleeve, includes a “Go to Traffic Court as a Visitor, Not as a Violator” questionnaire from the American Bar Association. The record has light scratches, and you can hear some light crackling during play. The gatefold brochure has light wear and a large corner crease on the lower left. Includes two cases from ... View more info

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Basil Rathbone Reads Edgar Allan Poe: Volume One [LP Record]

By: Poe, Edgar Allan; Basil Rathbone

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Caedmon Records: [1954]

Seller ID: 2348


TC 1028. Vinyl LP record in original sleeve. Vinyl is very good with only a few faint scratches and light crackling (on the A side); the sleeve has only light wear. Rathbone (1892-1967), who was a Shakespearean actor and swashbuckling film star, reads The rave, Annabel Lee, Eldorado, To –, The Masque of the Red Death, Alone, The City in the Sea, and The Black Cat. Dust jacket present. View more info

Image for For the All American Boy and Girl: The Declaration of Independence, Narrated by Ronald Reagan, Governor of California [Vinyl Record]

For the All American Boy and Girl: The Declaration of Independence, Narrated by Ronald Reagan, Governor of California [Vinyl Record]

By: Reagan, Ronald

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, The Wagner Company:

Seller ID: 2625


Not dated (sometime between 1967 and 1975, but probably early in his first term as Governor of California). Vinyl 7-inch record, 33 1/3 rpm, in card sleeve. Reciord is very good with light scratches, good audio. Sleeve has light rubbing, corner wear and creases, with yellowed stains her and there. The “Governor of California” label under Reagan’s name is intact. A short history of the founding of America, the Declaration of Independence, and America’s first f... View more info

Image for Our Faces, Our Words: Read by Lillian Smith [Vinyl LP Record]

Our Faces, Our Words: Read by Lillian Smith [Vinyl LP Record]

By: Smith, Lillian

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New Rochelle, NY, Spoken Arts, Inc.: not dated (c. 1964)

Seller ID: 2637


SA 916, from the Spoken Arts series presented by Arthur Luce Klein. Vinyl LP record in original sleeve. Record is very good with some light scuffs and scratches, primarily during the first minute of each side. Overall, sound is very good. The sleeve is very good with light wear, and some chipping to the upper right corner of the back side. Lillian Eugenia Smith (1897 – 1966) was a writer and social critic of the Southern United States, known most prominently for h... View more info