[Institute?]: West Virginia State College, May , 3, 1937. Paperback. Six-page report printed on one side and stapled in upper left corner. Mimeo. 28cm. Poorly reproduced with many partially or wholly missing letters throughout but still readable.
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Atlanta: Sponsored by the Voter Education Project, Southern Regional Council, Inc., 1968. Paperback. black & white photos, 62p. Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm.
New Haven: 1937. Folded four-page leaflet-style newsletter. 30cm. A bit ragged along bottom edge. Some splitting along later folds (for mailing). Edited by D. Y. Stewart and published weekly. This issue consists mostly of a church directory, numerous small ads for local businesses and larger ads for, and photos and...
New York: NAACP, 1922. Paperback. pages -190. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Minor foxing around edges and on back cover. Light vertical crease. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *Billie Ellis." Includes "Sunday Afternoon" by *Jessie Fauset (pages 162-164) and an NAACP section on "Lynchings in the United States"...
New York: NAACP, 1922. Paperback. 46p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Foxing around cover edges. Internally sound and clean. Includes "Song for a Lost Comrade" by *Jessie Fauset (page 22) and "Leroy Bundy" by *W. E. B. DuBois (pages 16-21) as well as his Opinion writing on earlier pages.
New York: NAACP, 1923. Paperback. pages -190. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Minor foxing around edges and on back cover. Light vertical crease. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *Louis Portlock. Includes "Aunt Dinah and Dilsey Discuss the Problem," by *Mary Church Terrell (pages 159-160) and "The Shame of...
New York: NAACP, 1922. Paperback. pages -94. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Foxing along fore-edge. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by Henry Ossawa Turner. Includes: "When Christmas Comes," by *Jessie Fauset (pages 61-63) and "Steps toward the Negro Theatre," by Alain Locke (pages 66-68).
New York: NAACP, 1914. Paperback. -154. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Light soiling. Cover almost entirely split along fold. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *John Henry Adams, Jr. Includes "My House and a Glimpse of My Life Therein. A Story," by *Jessie Fauset (pp. 143-145).
New York: Crisis Publishing Co., 1966-1969. Paperback. Softcover in original wrappers. 20cm. Address label on back cover of two issues. Paper browning in two earliest issues in this group -- paper appears to be more acidic than in the 1968 and 1969 issues. Important NAACP periodical published 10 times yearly.
Philadelphia: 1969. Paperback. pp. 257-320. Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm. Issue devoted to: "Black America: A Historical Survey."
New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 142 Nassau Street, n.d. [1848-1855?]. 4p. Softcover leaflet. 23cm. Chipped and ragged along top edge. A couple of other modest closed tears. Printed in corners at top of first page: [Penny Tracts.] [Number 1].
New York: National Child Welfare Association Inc., c. 1921. Poster. 72 x 44 cm. Moderate chip at tip of lower left corner. Tear (5 cm.) combined with a small chip slight right of center at the top. Price is not much remembered these days but, during his short life before...
Washington: Center for the Study of Social Policy, 1983. Paperback. 1983. graphs, (8), ii, 54p. Plastic-clamp binding, with cover cut-out (as issued). 28cm.
Undated [1960s]. Paperback. Broadside Poster. Undated [1960s]. 58 x 76cm. Unframed. A nice display piece for someone interested in union militancy. The Drum Slate appears to have been a group of African American members of the United Auto Workers. There is a photograph of 10 African Americans (perhaps "The Drum...
[Des Moines]: 1934. Paperback. Broadside. 16 x 23cm. Minor browning and corner chipping.
n.p. E. G. Renesch, c. 1918. Print. Image size approximately 49 x 40cm. Framed under glass. This half tone print consists of two long horizontal printed photographs of a total of perhaps 600-800 members of the Regiment standing at attention in front of National Guard Armories. Four lines of printed...
New York: Congress of Racial Equality, n.d. [early 1960s?]. Small bronze broadside. 14 x 22cm. Horizontal crease. Urged New Yorkers to boycott Macy's in New York until lunch counters were integrated in Atlanta at Davison-Paxson stores, described here as wholly owned by Macy's.
Omaha: The Ruffin Publishing Company, 1969. Paperback. 32p. 28cm. Photo of Lew Alcindor on front cover with title "Spiral of UCLA's Lew Alcindor." Minor cover soil. Small stains on a couple of interior leaves. An unusual periodical about which we know nothing other than that it was aimed at African Americans.
Ardmore, Pa. Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley, n.d. [probably early to mid-1960s]. Single sheet folded to form a narrow 8-page brochure. 22cm. The main focus appears to have been discrimination against African Americans.
Trenton, N.J. Trenton State College, Department of African-American Studies, n.d. [1970s]. Paperback. ills, photos, (1), 27p. Wrapper (spotting on back). 33cm. The first issue of a student literary journal. We assume that additional issues were published.
Washington: Negro Educational Associates, 1968. Paperback. p. 28cm. Text printed on one side. Among the honorees were *Walter E. Washington and *Charles H. Wesley.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Art Alliance, (c. 1993). Paperback. [Exhibition Catalog] illustrations, photos, (72)p. Wrapper. Square 23cm. An exhibition catalog.
[Newark]: 1933. Letter-sized envelope. Postmarked: Newark, N.J., Sep 23, 1933. Stamped on the left half of the envelope: Newark Welcomes Dr. Albert Forsythe and C. Alfred Anderson, First Transcontinental Negro Flyers, September 23rd, 1933, Negro Aero. Reception Committee, J. B. Johnson, Chairman, W. T. Banks, Vice Chairman.
Boston: Museum of Afro American History, (c. 1991). Paperback. illustrations, 12p. Wrapper. Oblong 16cm. An exhibition catalog.
[Rochester]: Rochester Citizens Committee, 1940. Four-page Program. 28cm. Laid in are: (1) broadsheet (22cm.) with information about *Dr. Charles A. Lewis, the Principal speaker; (2) words to Lift Every Voice and Sing (22cm.); and (3) four-page souvenir program (22cm.) for the showing on June 7th of "Shadows to Sunshine" a....