Washington: 1836. Paperback. -360p. Wrapper. 23cm. Moderate browning and wear on wrapper. Foxing. Name on front. Published monthly. Organization set up to encourage African Americans to emigrate to Liberia.
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Washington: 1833. Paperback. -160p. Wrapper. 23cm. Moderate browning and wear on wrapper. Foxing. Name on front. Published monthly.
Washington: 1832. Paperback. -224p. Wrappers. 23cm. Moderate browning and wear on wrapper. Foxing. Name on front. Published monthly.
[Philadelphia]: 1967. Broadside Poster on thin paper. 31 x 46cm. Brown print on light blue sheet of paper. Minor wear. Attractive display piece promoting a series of events held at Lee Cultural Center, 440 Haverford Avenue in February and March of 1967. Events included fine art, poetry, drama, dance and music.
New York: n.d. . Paperback. 26p. Wrapper (soil). 23cm. Foxing on edges. Other moderate wear. Many. probably most, of the 400+ workers were (or had been) teachers, administrators, etc. at various southern schools and colleges for African Americans. On the last page the racial breakdown of workers (who are not...
Atlanta: Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 1936. 2nd printing [December, 1936]. Paperback. Narrow paper portfolio containing 10 thin leaflets to provide information about the ASWPL and its various anti-lynching efforts. 23cm. The ASWPL was established in 1930 by Jessie Daniel Ames and lasted until Ames ended...
1954. Paperback. photos, p. Wrapper. 31cm. Stain in lower margin on first few leaves.
1943. Paperback. Folded four-page softcover program. 21cm. Light soiling on last page. Printed photo of Anderson on top half of front page.
New York: (c. 1933). 1st Amer. ed. Hardcover. 220p. Original blue cloth. dj. 19cm. Minor soiling on jacket. Light white spotting on lower portion of backstrip. SIGNED on front free endpaper by Anderson ("All Success Garland Anderson"). A book full of self-help and success principles, including a lengthy section (pages...
Los Angeles: Western Publishers, 1961. 1st ed. Hardcover. 208p. 22cm. Covers unevenly browned. Backstrip stained at top. No Jacket. INSCRIBED. A novel about interracial love that ends in tragedy.
1940. Paperback. Folded four-page program. 36cm. Later horizontal folds. Edge-wear and wrinkling. A former owner has written in pencil on the front: "I went to Dallas to hear Marian."
Boston: 1861. 1st ed. Paperback. 72p. No separate cover preserved. 19cm. Pamphlet browned and rather fragile, especially the title-page which has also split loose along the left side. Purple "Library of Congress duplicate exchange" on copyright page.below a pencil note indicating this as "Gift F. Featherstonhaugh Jl. 22 '19." Osborne...
Macon, Georgia: Printed for the Author, 1892. Hardcover. frontis, 195p. Original brown cloth. 23cm. Bookplate (Ethelbert Allen Moore). Light foxing on endpapers. Cover bright and attractive (only a couple of minor spots). Note on endpaper stating that Anderson allowed himself to be sketched in St. Augustine, Florida in March 1895...
New York: A.F.T.U./Bill Hodges Gallery, (1995). Paperback. illustrations, (32)p. Wrapper. 26cm. SIGNED by Andrews (thick black signature on title-page).
New York: Pella Publishing Company, Inc., 1978. Paperback. illustrations, 111p. Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm. Minor cover soil and just a bit of curling at corners. SIGNED on half-title by Andrews.
[Harpers Ferry?]: Published under the auspices of the Heyward Shepherd Memorial Association, n.d. . 1st ed. Paperback. 32p. Softcover in original wrapper. 19cm. Cover edges slightly soiled. Heyward Shepherd, a free African American, was killed by John Brown's men during their ill-fated attempt to seize the arsenel at Harpers Ferry...
New York: Dial Press, (c. 1978). Benny Andrews. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis and other illustrations (by Benny Andrews), 283p. Hardcover. dj. 23cm. Modest foxing and wear on rear jacket flap. Small flaw at head of front cover joint. INSCRIBED by Raymond and Benny Andrews on front free endpaper.
New York: Dial Press, (c. 1978). Benny Andrews. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis and other illustrations (by Benny Andrews), 283p. Original leather backed boards. dj. 23cm. INSCRIBED by Raymond and Benny Andrews on front free endpaper (Raymond) and half-title (Benny).
Atlanta: Peachtree, (c. 1991). Benny Andrews. Hardcover. illustrations (by Benny Andrews), 203p. Original cloth backed boards. dj. 23cm. SIGNED by Benny Andrews on front free endpaper.
Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers, (c. 1990). Benny Andrews. 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, illustrations (by *Benny Andrews), 222p. Original cloth back blue boards. dj. 23cm. Signed on endpaper by the illustrator.
[New York]: n.d. [ca. 1919]. Broadside. Broadside. 15 x 33cm. Unused. Bottom third is blank for those signing the petition to put their names and addresses. Has a corner crease and three relatively light horzontal creases (probably where folded for mailing). "Patriotic citizens throughout the country feel the shame which...
n.p. January, 1867. Four-page leaflet ( 2nd and 4th pages blank). Later folds, probably for mailing. Minor splitting at end of one fold. Accompanied by a modest-sized (14 x 22 cm.) 2-page holograph letter dated 17th January 1867 and written by L. A. Chamerovzow, Secretary of the Sub-Committee of the...
[Chicago: 1958]. Paperback. p. Wrapper. 24cm. African American Church.
New York: Citadel, (c. 1951). 1st ed. of the single volume edition. Hardcover. index, xvi, 942p. Magenta cloth. 22cm. Cover wear and spotting. No Jacket. Preface by W. E. B. DuBois.
New York: Published for American Institute of Marxist Studies by Humanities Press, (c. 1966). 1st ed. Hardcover. iv, 152p. Cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket browned. INSCRIBED by Aptheker (as "Herbert"). The appendix reprints "The Confessions of Nat Turner" as written by Thomas Gray who interviewed Turner prior to his execution.