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Hannah Ziegellaub
A small collection of manuscripts and flyers relating to the social activist, Hannah Ziegelaub's, inolvement in the Situationist Movement
1969. The collection includes 22 flyers, 21 holograph manuscripts, drafts of three letters and two letters from Isabel Loperna Supak (one to King Collins). Circa 1969-1971. In the early 70s, Ziegellaub was active, along with King Collins and others, in the Cambridge Radical Action Cooperative. She was one of the translators, along with Fredy Perlman, of Guy Debord's "The Society of the Spectacle". Most of her publications were annonymous flyers, women being rather invisible in Situationist circles. Hannah's complicated life was explored in Allie Liht's 1993 award-winning documentary "Dialogues with Madwomen". An inventory is avaiilable.
Bookseller: Anacapa Books [Carmel, CA, U.S.A.]
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