Vol. XXIV, No.10 (August, 1969). This is a special issue on "The Black Revolution." It also contains Black Art & Black Liberation by Larry Neal, Black & Proud behind Bars by Donald Bogle, Ameer (LeRoi Jones) Baraka by David Llorens, Revolution in Sound by A. B. Spellman, The Myths of..... 
Berkeley: The Pequod Press, 1980. 8vo. Cloth-backed boards, paper spine label. 31 p. 1st edition. Copy W of 26 (of 55) copies SIGNED by John Ruyle at the colophon. Additionally INSCRIBED & SIGNED on the front free endpaper along with a postscript SIGNED "John" 
Illustrated by A. L. Scherzer. Cover illustration by Warren Keith. Oakland: The Caslon Press for the author, (1909). 12mo. Wraps, string tie.  p. + 3 plates inserted. 1st edition. No. 245 of 300 copies. 
Translated by Charles H. Kerr. Illustrated by Dorothy D. Deene. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1904. 16mo. Gray cloth, stamped in black, with a small mounted plate on front cover. 56 p. 1st American edition. Bleiler p. 117. Reginald 08515. 
Translated from the Slovenian by the author, with the assistance of Anselm Hollo & Elliott Anderson. Iowa Ciry, Iowa: Windhover Press, University of Iowa, (1973). 8vo. Wraps.  p. 1st edition. One of 275 p.