1814. Paperback. Holograph broadside document. 25cm. Some staining and fading but still readable. No location given. Reference is made to a separate document of the same date by which Beckwith purchased Dick from Charles Shaw and Robert McDonnell. Beckwith promises that until Dick is set free, Beckwith will provide for...
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Detroit: Black Arts, (c. 1968). 1st ed. Paperback. 16p. Original wrapper. 22cm. Twelve poems.
Richmond: Southern Negro Youth Congress, (1938). Paperback. 33p. 21cm. Cover has some edge-wear and chipping.
Washington: 1966. Paperback. Washington: 1966. (32)p. Wrapper. White comb binding. 28cm. Comb cracked and missing several teeth. Minor cover soil. Contents sound and clean. Located at 2498 Alabama Avenue, S. E.
Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1838. Paperback. 46p. Original green wrapper. 23cm. Minor foxing. Light vertical crease. INSCRIBED by Allen (as "Geo. Allen") on title-page. Cover title: Mr. Allen's Speech Before the Convention of Ministers of Worcester County, Mass.
Topeka, Kansas: Printed by Crane & Co., 1906. 1st ed. Hardcover. 153p.Original blue-green cloth. 19cm. Cloth thinned to the webbing in spots along joints and cover edges. Brief gift inscription on front pastedown. No jacket (did it ever have one?). Four short stories tales and 19 poems, almost all in...
Heidelberg: (c. 1956). 1st ed. Hardcover. 47p. White boards. dj (some soiling). 24cm. Twenty poems in English with German translation. Allen's first book, published under his pseudonym (Paul Vesey).
New York: Press of Chas. C. Morchand Co., n.d. Paperback. x-ray photos, -62p. Wrapper. 28cm. Three standard-sized notebook holes punched in inner margin. Reprinted from Journal of the National Medical Association, Vol. XXXVII, No. 2 (March 1945).
New York: A. Simpson & Co., 1867. 1st ed. Hardcover. xliv, 115p. Original green cloth. 23cm. Relatively light fraying and wear, mostly at corners and at ends of backstrip. Some age-toning. INSCRIBED ("C. F. McKim, W. P. G. Nov. 18/67"). "W.P.G." must be William Phillips Garrison who was involved in...
Columbus, Ohio: (c. 1989). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, 60p. Original blue boards. 28cm. INSCRIBED on front pastedown (by "Ken Allen"). No jacket (presumably as published). This also appears to have been published as a softcover. Allen's biographical information on the last text page reports that he served as Flight Surgeon...
n.p. . Paperback. photos, approximately  unnumbered pages. Wrapper. 29cm. Partial ringmark on cover. State affiliate of the National Beauty Culturist League, Inc. African American organization. Mostly advertisements (for beauty shops, etc.).
New York: Vantage Press, (c. 1975). 1st ed. Hardcover. 39p. dj. 21cm. Jacket has minor soil. According to information printed on the jacket, Allman was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and was a Professor in the College of Education at Alabama State University.
New York: Vantage Press, (c. 1975). 1st ed. Hardcover. 39p. dj. 21cm. INSCRIBED by Allman. According to the jacket, Allman was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and was a Professor in the College of Education at Alabama State University.
Chicago: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1959. Paperback. Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm. Quarterly periodical issued by this African American sorority.
Berkley, Calif. n.d. [1960s]. Paperback. (16) unnumbered pages. Wrapper. 23cm. Cover soil and spotting. Several ink markings. 128 items listed.
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1868. Paperback. 55p. Softcover in original tied wrapper. 23cm. Modest cover foxing, soiling and wear. At head of title: Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands -- 1867.
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1867. Paperback. 96p. Softcover in original tied wrapper. 23cm. Some stains on cover. At head of title: Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands -- 1867.
Philadelphia: A.M.E. Book Concern, 1900. 22nd Revised Edition. Hardcover. index, vi, 423p. Original black cloth. 15cm. Significant cover spotting, fraying and other wear. Ends of backstrip worn. Endpapers split along hinges but cloth webbing is still holding. Former owner's name. Contents sound.
n.p. (1924). Paperback. 63p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Cover soiling and modest wear.
Lorain, Ohio: (1929). Paperback. 99p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Front and back covers detached; most of the backstrip lacking. Contents browned and somewhat worn.
Dallas: (1948). Paperback. photos, (5)p. Softcover in original wrappers. 31cm. Cover edge-worn. Contents moderately browned and somewhat brittle (with a few tears). Mostly devoted to the candidacy of various individuals for bishop and various other positions.
New York: [American Anti-Slavery Society], 1834, 1835, 1836 and 1838. 1st eds. Paperback. 64, 87, 97, and 152p. The first 3 reports are disbound (removed from a bound volume) and the 1835 and 1836 report lacks their original wrappers. The 1838 report has its original yellow wrapper. 21-22cm. All 4 reports have some general soiling and wear.
New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1864. 1st ed. Paperback. 1175p. Softcover in original wrapper. 24cm. Backstrip chipped and at least partially detached. Ex lib. ("Brookline Public Library" stamp on front cover). Contents sound. This volume contains, as an Appendix at pages 157-176, a "Catalogue of Anti-Slavery Publications in America" compiled...
[Worcester: 1990]. Paperback. Single sheet folded to form an eight-page booklet. 25cm.
Boston: T. R. Marvin, 1845. Paperback. 32p. Softcover in original wrapper. 24cm. Cover splitting at base of narrow backstrip. The committee concluded that slave-holding Choctaws and Cherokees should be admitted to churches which were under the care of A.B.C.F.M. missionaries.