A pamphlet featuring the 1936 candidates for the Communist Party. The cover has black print on yellowed paper. At center, there are two black and white photographs - one of Earl Browder, the other of James W. Ford. The interior consists of fifteen pages of text of speeches delivered by Browder and Ford. The back cover has an advertisement for Workers Library Publishers.
A pamphlet produced by the Communist Party of the United States of America. The front cover contains black print on yellowed paper. At center, a hammer and sickle. The interior consists of twenty-five pages about the Communist Election Program. The back of the pamphlet is blank.
A pamphlet titled: [The Road To Negro Liberation]. The cover features red print on discolored paper. The title stretches throughout the center. Additional text reads: [Harry Haywood / 10¢ / Report to the Eighth Convention of the Communist Party of the U.S.A.]. There is also a hammer and sickle in the upper right edge. The interior contains sixty-three pages of text. The back cover features an advertisement for the Negro Liberator.
A pamphlet made of black ink on off-white paper. The front cover has the journal title [Political Affairs] over a bullseye design. Below the title text reads: [The Battle of Black Liberation / Special Issue / 50¢]. The interior contains ninety-seven pages of text. The back cover features an advertisement for International Publishers.
A pamphlet for written by Hugh Bradley. The front cover has white print on a magenta background. The interior consists of forty-eight pages of text. The back of the pamphlet features an advertisement for New Century Publishers.