Unsafe at Any Speed — Ralph Nader (1965).
This copy, signed by Nader, is in Fine condition with a spotless dust jacket.
The book that made consumer advocate, Nader a household name, went after the American automobile industry for choosing profit and comfort over safety in vehicle design.
"We must strive to become good ancestors," Ralph Nader

Unsafe at Any Speed — Ralph Nader (1965).

This copy, signed by Nader, is in Fine condition with a spotless dust jacket.

The book that made consumer advocate, Nader a household name, went after the American automobile industry for choosing profit and comfort over safety in vehicle design.

"We must strive to become good ancestors," Ralph Nader

The Saturday Evening Post, 1942 and 1943 Lot (8 Issues).
The Saturday Evening Post was published weekly from 1897 to 1963. In 1916, long-time editor George Horace Lorimer purchased to illustrations, with a commission to do three more, from an unknown New York artist. Norman Rockwell was only 22 at the time. This lot features numerous covers and stories on the events of World War Two.
"I learned to draw everything except glamorous women. No matter how much I tried to make them look sexy, they always ended up looking silly… or like somebody’s mother," Norman Rockwell.

The Saturday Evening Post, 1942 and 1943 Lot (8 Issues).

The Saturday Evening Post was published weekly from 1897 to 1963. In 1916, long-time editor George Horace Lorimer purchased to illustrations, with a commission to do three more, from an unknown New York artist. Norman Rockwell was only 22 at the time. This lot features numerous covers and stories on the events of World War Two.

"I learned to draw everything except glamorous women. No matter how much I tried to make them look sexy, they always ended up looking silly… or like somebody’s mother," Norman Rockwell.

Science and Invention Magazine, 1926 Combo — Hugo Gernsback, editor.
Gernsback is considered the “Father of Science Fiction” and the Hugo Award is named in his honor. The featured title was originally called The Electrical Experimenter.
"If every man, woman, boy and girl, could be induced to read science fiction right along, there would certainly be a great resulting benefit to the community, in that the educational standards of its people would be raised tremendously. Science fiction would make people happier, give them a broader understanding of the world, make them more tolerant," Hugo Gernsback.

Science and Invention Magazine, 1926 Combo — Hugo Gernsback, editor.

Gernsback is considered the “Father of Science Fiction” and the Hugo Award is named in his honor. The featured title was originally called The Electrical Experimenter.

"If every man, woman, boy and girl, could be induced to read science fiction right along, there would certainly be a great resulting benefit to the community, in that the educational standards of its people would be raised tremendously. Science fiction would make people happier, give them a broader understanding of the world, make them more tolerant," Hugo Gernsback.

Fight of the Champions Official Program: Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali - March 8, 1971 at Madison Square Garden.
Frazier won the Fight of the Century in an unanimous 15 round decision.
“Now, whoever has courage and a strong and collected spirit in his breast, let him come forward, lace on the gloves and put up his hands,” Virgil, The Aeneid.

Fight of the Champions Official Program: Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali - March 8, 1971 at Madison Square Garden.

Frazier won the Fight of the Century in an unanimous 15 round decision.

Now, whoever has courage and a strong and collected spirit in his breast, let him come forward, lace on the gloves and put up his hands,” Virgil, The Aeneid.

Lives and Teaching of the Yogis of India — Rishi Singh Grewal (1939).
From the author of Complete Yoga, this issue is subtitled Miracles and Occult Mysticism of India, Volume Two.
For the month of August, MSU Surplus Books is is offering 30% off all items in the Biography and Memoirs category.  That includes over 180 titles, with more vintage texts being added daily.  Please visit msusurplusbooks.com  to view the selections.
“The fragrance always remains on the hand that gives the rose.” - Mahatma Gandhi

Lives and Teaching of the Yogis of India — Rishi Singh Grewal (1939).

From the author of Complete Yoga, this issue is subtitled Miracles and Occult Mysticism of India, Volume Two.

For the month of August, MSU Surplus Books is is offering 30% off all items in the Biography and Memoirs category.  That includes over 180 titles, with more vintage texts being added daily.  Please visit msusurplusbooks.com  to view the selections.

The fragrance always remains on the hand that gives the rose.” - Mahatma Gandhi

Reminiscences — Lucy N. Colman (1891).
Happy Birthday, 19th Amendment! On August 18, 1920, the Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote was ratified.
Lucy N. Colman devoted her life to the causes of abolition and woman’s rights. As a Freethinker, she denounced Christianity, supported reproductive rights, and fought against segregation. Many of her experiences detailed in the featured title took place in Ann Arbor.
“I never doubted that equal rights was the right direction. Most reforms, most problems are complicated. But to me there is nothing complicated about ordinary equality," Alice Paul. 

Reminiscences — Lucy N. Colman (1891).

Happy Birthday, 19th Amendment! On August 18, 1920, the Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote was ratified.

Lucy N. Colman devoted her life to the causes of abolition and woman’s rights. As a Freethinker, she denounced Christianity, supported reproductive rights, and fought against segregation. Many of her experiences detailed in the featured title took place in Ann Arbor.

I never doubted that equal rights was the right direction. Most reforms, most problems are complicated. But to me there is nothing complicated about ordinary equality," Alice Paul.