[Noisebridge-discuss] controversial book stores?
danny at spesh.com
Tue Feb 22 05:03:31 UTC 2011
On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 3:17 PM, John Magolske <listmail at b79.net> wrote:
> * travis+ml-noisebridge at subspacefield.org <travis+ml-noisebridge at subspacefield.org> [110220 14:41]:
>> Hey does anyone know of any stores where you might be able to buy
>> and/or sell books that are controversial and/or off the beaten track?
> There is a building just a few doors down from Noisebridge
> (same block, same side of the street, above Last's Paints)
> that houses several "rare book" bookstores:
I'd recommend exploring this little alcove. These places are really
interesting to browse in, and I believe struggling a little
economically right now (not that it's ever been a wonderful time to
run a bookstore). I can't believe I spent so long in the Mission
before checking them out...
> Bolerium Books -- Scholarly, scarce and used books on Anarchism,
> Trotskyism, American Labor and Radical History, and Social Movements.
> 2141 Mission Street #300 San Francisco, CA 94110 | 415-863-6353
> Valhalla Books -- first printings and novels
> 2141 Mission St #202 San Francisco, CA 94110 | 415-863-9250
> Meyer Boswell -- antiquarian law books
> 2141 Mission Street | 415-255-6400
> Libros Latinos -- Spanish language books ...arts, literature, history,
> archeology ... new, rare, used and antiquarian books in all fields.
> 2141 Mission Street #301 | 800-645-4276
> John Magolske
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