Bookseller Una Mulzac (1923-2012), founder of the Harlem’s Liberation Bookstore on West 131st Street in New York City, died late last month at the age of 88. She began her career in the book business as a secretary at Random House before moving to Guyana in 1963 to start a bookstore. She returned the the U.S. in 1966 and opened Liberation Bookstore the following year to promote causes like ending South African apartheid. The store closed four decades later in 2007, and her family donated the inventory to Hue-May in Harlem.