Chapel Hill: UNC, 1920. Paperback. 74p. Wrapper. 23cm. Backstrip chipped at top. This issue includes "The Free Negro in North Carolina," by R. H. Taylor (at pages 5-26).
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[Fan] Jamup and Honey; Stars of W S M Grand Ole Opry. Nashville: Hatch Show Print, n.d. Cardboard fan attached to a stick with 2 staples. Slightly browned. Photo (18 x 21cm.) of 2 (white?) men in black face with printed identification below.
Chicago: Johnson Publishing, 1955. Paperback. Softcover in original wrappers. 15cm. Telelphone number inked in top margin of one of the advertisements. Lead article (at pages 16-20): "Should Negro Civil Rights Groups Merge?"
1957. Paperback. 1957 calendar. Broadside (card stock, Approx. 14 x 26.5cm.). Tipped at the top is a color illustration/photo of an attractive and curvaceous young African American woman who is leaning forward with one hand to her mouth, as if calling to the viewer. She is wearing white shorts and...
Belmont: American Opinion, (1959). 4th printing. Paperback. (12)p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Robert W. Welch's view, not surprisingly, was that Communists were behind the Brown V. Board of Education decision and the modern psychology cited in the decision.
Philadelphia: A. H. Sickler & Co., 1893. Fifth edition [so stated]. Hardcover. illustrations, 130, p. Rebound. Old, rather unattractive staining which is most visible on outer leaves. Title-page missing a piece the size of the left half of a dime along right edge (no loss of text).
Lincoln Ridge, Ky. Lincoln Institute of Kentucky, 1920. Paperback. photos, 16p. Wrapper. 19cm. Inked note on front and on one text leaf. Published quarterly. Lincoln Institute was created by the trustees of Berea College to provide both a junior college and a high school for African Americans after the Kentucky...
Paperback. Undated mid-19th century document listing 32 slaves bought and sold by Mr. Henry. Listing Name of slave, cost, sales price, and profit. No location given. One and one-half pages on a large single sheet which had been folded to form four pages. 32cm. Three horizontal folds. Written in a....
Chicago: Literati International, 1988. Paperback. 128p. Wrapper. 22cm. Published quarterly.
Los Angeles: 1968. Paperback. Full size 32-page weekly newspaper published in four sections. 58cm. Folded. Some chipping and wear but complete and intact. African American newspaper. Articles in the Sports Pages look forward to O.J. in the Rose Bowl and report that the UCLA Bruins led by Lew Alcindor have...
St. Louis: St. Louis Lutheran Society for Better Race Relations, 1947. Paperback. 8p. Folded softcover leaflet. Narrow 23cm. (folded). Yellowed. Small, mostly marginal, burned spot (cigarette?) on each page. Below title: Devoted to the Discussion of Race Relations from the Evangelical Christian Viewpoint.
[Philadelphia]: Sun Co, [ca. 1980]. Paperback. illustrations & photos (mostly portraits), (36)p. 23cm. Cover has some uneven browning. Biographical sketches of African American doctors.
Cincinnati: 1871. Paperback. 60p. [325-384]. Disbound. No separate wrapper present. 24cm. Foxing. Includes an article titled, "Colored Masons, And Bro. L. V. Bierce, P. G. M." by "Cosmopolite" (pp. 325-329).
New York: 1922. Hardcover. photos, 29p. Gray boards. Small mounted gilt illustration on front. 19cm. No Jacket. Laid in is a printed invitation to join a party traveling by railroad from New York to attend the Founder's Day Exercises at Tuskegee at which the statue would be unveiled.
1946. Paperback. 6p. Wrapper. 23cm. Browned. The members of the quartet were Nathan Gentry, Marion Crockett, Oliver Neal, and John Reagans.
New York: 1969. Paperback. Newspaper published monthly. illustrations, 8p. Tabloid size. Boxed announcement on front announces "MOJO's Back!" and asks for donations of money and articles.
Boston: Published at 25 Cornhill [by John A. Collins], 1842. Paperback. pp. 98 - 128p. Original yellow wrapper. 19cm. Modest cover wear. Pages slightly browned. Short-lived abolitionist periodical. Collins, the editor/publisher, had served as general agent of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society and had been involved in persuading Frederick Douglass to...
Nashville: Social Science Institute, Fisk University, 1943-1947. Paperback. 30-65p. per issue. Wrappers. 26cm. Condition varies a bit but generally sound and clean. Vol. 3, Nos. 1-2 is a double issue. Title of Vol. IV, No. 10 shortened to Events and Trends in Race Relations: A Monthly Summary.
Moscow: Printed [by] Vneshtorgisdat, n.d.[1930s or later]. Single sheet folded to make and 8-page leaflet (of which 2 1/2 are blank). 22 cm. Photo of Natalie Satz on front panel. As described in the leaflet, "The Negro Boy and the Monkey" was a popular play, that had been first presented...
New London: New London County Historical Society, Inc., n.d. Reprint. Paperback. (24)p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Late 20th century reprint of an earlier edition of this uncommon slave narrative.
New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1868. Paperback. 4p. Browned. Two later heavy folds. Some splitting along center fold. Piece of blank margin nibbled. An important abolitionist newspaper. This issue includes on the front page a lengthy letter from Charles E. Moss strongly supporting the candidacy of Grant and Colfax.
1841. Paperback. 4p. Horizontal fold. 47 x 59cm. Discreet evidence of being disbound (removed from a bound volume). Former owner's name in top margin. Two runaway slave advertisements in lower right corner of third page -- one for a 23 year old woman named Camilla Dent who left her infant...
Fort Worth, Texas: Good Publishing Co., 1952. Paperback. ills, 56p. Wrapper. 28cm. Top right corner has chew marks along edge.
Schell City, Missouri: The Church of Jesus Christ, Zion's Retreat, (c. 1970). Paperback. 54p. Softcover in original wrapper. Black plastic comb binding. 22cm. Cover has a big ring mark on back cover. Other smaller spotting on cover and here and there in contents. White Racist Material.
Washington: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1940-1941. Hardcover. photos, 216p. plus index (3p.). Black cloth. original wrappers (included in pagination) bound in. 28cm. Moderate cover spotting. Lettering on backstrip mostly gone. Internally sound and clean. No jacket (as published). Published nine times yearly -- no summer...