A sign for poultry and rabbits in Williamsburg, from The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:
"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

A sign for poultry and rabbits in Williamsburg, from The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:

"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

From The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:

"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

From The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:

"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

From The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:
"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

From The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969 - a new addition to the Public Collectors PDF library. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). From the interior jacket of the cover:

"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there."

It has been a long time since I’ve added a new PDF to the Public Collectors PDF library. Now at last, here is a really great one:
The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). Here’s a description from the interior jacket of the cover:
"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there. Through their eyes the reader explores the neighborhood-from the rooftops down to the streets-where the common complaint is "nothing to do." He visits their school and its adjoining park, meets their families and friends, and comes face to face with life, and sometimes death, in this bleak environment where the future holds little hope apart from the spirit and potential of the young. … In countless urban neighborhoods throughout the nation, this is the way it is."

It has been a long time since I’ve added a new PDF to the Public Collectors PDF library. Now at last, here is a really great one:

The Way It Is edited by John Holland, from 1969. Click here to download a full PDF of the book (note that it’s a big file - 109.5 megs - so please be patient). Here’s a description from the interior jacket of the cover:

"The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Their homes are in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there. Through their eyes the reader explores the neighborhood-from the rooftops down to the streets-where the common complaint is "nothing to do." He visits their school and its adjoining park, meets their families and friends, and comes face to face with life, and sometimes death, in this bleak environment where the future holds little hope apart from the spirit and potential of the young. … In countless urban neighborhoods throughout the nation, this is the way it is."

A new PDF is available for download in the Public Collectors PDF collection.
The Messenger, Summer 1972, Vol. 57, No. 2, Sioux City Falls, South Dakota.
The Messenger was a quarterly periodical published by and for  the men of the South Dakota State Penitentiary, Sioux Falls, South  Dakota, with the permission of the warden. “The purpose of this magazine  is to give the inmates an opportunity for self expression, to provide  them a medium of discussion of public problems, to foster better  understanding between inmates and the general public, and to be  constructively informative.”
Click here to download this 75.2 mb file.

A new PDF is available for download in the Public Collectors PDF collection.

The Messenger, Summer 1972, Vol. 57, No. 2, Sioux City Falls, South Dakota.

The Messenger was a quarterly periodical published by and for the men of the South Dakota State Penitentiary, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with the permission of the warden. “The purpose of this magazine is to give the inmates an opportunity for self expression, to provide them a medium of discussion of public problems, to foster better understanding between inmates and the general public, and to be constructively informative.”

Click here to download this 75.2 mb file.