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artists' books; Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina, United States; communism; National Socialism; Ku Klux Klan


20 unnumbered pages : illustrations. Title from cover. Inside covers included in pagination. Offset printed. Commercial accordion fold binding. "Edition of 800"--23 Sandy Gallery website. "'Auto Record' is an attempt to digest thousands of pages of declassed documents crated by the FBI in relation to the controversial incident in North Carolina on November 3rd, 1979, commonly known as the Greensboro Massacre. The accordion book format is used to visualize two processions of vehicles involved in the incident (one side of the booklet is the KKK and associates caravan, while the other depicts vehicles connected to the Communist Workers Party's anti-klan parade). Information provided includes weapons retrieved from the incident, a schematic of the bullet holes in the Channel 12 news car, and FBI summaries of the five individuals killed on that day. Information and imagery is all accurately based on or directly collaged from the primary documents."--23 Sandy Gallery website. Gift of Claudia Covert ; 2nd copy gift in honor of Ariel Bordeaux.

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Davidson, N.C. : Wobble Press, 2013.


©Davidson, N.C. : Wobble Press, 2013.

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folded books; collage (technique); accordion book; paper


22 cm

Auto Record : Green Kill



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