Photo of bookfair and caption - "Literature Lovers - Collectors and enthusiasts at the Bookfair in Clayport Library.
Story - A BOOKfair of Left-wing and anarchist literature was held over the weekend.
The event at Durham City's Clayport library, in Millenium Place, Claypath, featured various stalls following a working class theme.
There were displays by organisations including the Workers' Educational Association.
Event Organiser Dr Trevor Bark said: "It went very well and a good range of people turned up.
There were quite a lot of students and more people overall than last year."
The event also saw the launch of two new books.
One was Archie Potts' biography of Konni Zilliacus, who was elected as a Labour MP for Gateshead in 1945.
He was later expelled from the party for his opposition to FOreign Secretary Ernest Bevin's Cold War politics, before being readmitted and sitting as an MP in Manchester.
Geordies - Wa Mental is the first volume in an autobiographical trilogy, Stardust and Coaldust, by former miner Dave Douglass.
He worked in pits in the North East and Yorkshire and the story tells how the author became 'radicalised'.
Dr Bark said: "There was some stimulating debate and a very friendly atmosphere. What more do you want?"
"We will definately be holding it next year and we hope it will go on and on."
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