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    As Above, So Below

    Art of the American Fraternal Society, 1850-1930

    By Lynne Adele and Bruce Lee Webb, Foreword by David Byrne

    “There’s an inspiring and wacky solemnity in these organizations—high values reinforced through pageantry and performance in an ecumenical social setting—which deep down must also have been a whole lot of fun. Now it’s as if that foundational Other America, that underpinning of the America we know, has gradually eroded, and... + More

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    Don't Suck, Don't Die

    Giving Up Vic Chesnutt

    By Kristin Hersh, Foreword by Amanda Petrusich

    “Friend, asshole, angel, mutant,” singer-songwriter Vic Chesnutt “came along and made us gross and broken people seem . . . I dunno, cooler, I guess.” A quadriplegic who could play only simple chords on his guitar, Chesnutt recorded seventeen critically acclaimed albums before his death in 2009, including About to... + More

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    The Jemima Code

    Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks

    By Toni Tipton-Martin; forewords by John Egerton and Barbara Haber

    Women of African descent have contributed to America’s food culture for centuries, but their rich and varied involvement is still overshadowed by the demeaning stereotype of an illiterate “Aunt Jemima” who cooked mostly by natural instinct. To discover the true role of black women in the creation of American, and... + More

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    Martín Ramírez

    Framing His Life and Art

    By Víctor M. Espinosa

    Martín Ramírez, a Mexican migrant worker and psychiatric patient without formal artistic training, has been hailed by leading New York art critics as one of the twentieth century’s greatest artists. His work has been exhibited alongside masters such as José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, Salvador Dalí, Marc Chagall,... + More

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    Selma 1965

    The Photographs of Spider Martin

    Photographs by Spider Martin, with an introduction by Douglas Brinkley and a foreword by Don Carleton

    “Spider, we could have marched, we could have protested forever, but if it weren’t for guys like you, it would have been for nothing. The whole world saw your pictures. That’s why the Voting Rights Act passed.”—Martin Luther King, 1965“Spider Martin, more than any other photographer of our time, has... + More

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Austin Music Posters 1967 to 1982

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Photographs by Michael O'Brien. With stories by Elizabeth O'Brien

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