San Diego: San Diego Area Recruitment Committee for Minority Adoptive Homes, n.d. [1959?]. Paperback. v, 90p. Stapled wrapper (light spotting and yellowing). 28cm.
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Miami: [Printed by] The Magic Printing Co., n.d. (1920). Broadside. 23 x 31 cm. Three later horizontal creases where this had been folded. Small chip at end of one fold and a couple of even smaller chips along bottom edge.
Atlanta: Southern Regional Council, Inc., n.d. [1949?]. Paperback. 19p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Small spot on back cover.
Irvington, NJ: Gil Kravette, n.d. [1966?]. Paperback. (10)p. Softcover in original wrapper. Squares 29cm. Minor spotting on back cover.
Paperback. Broadside. 13 x 24cm. The Lecturer and manager was Henry F. Coleman.
Philadelphia: Merrihew & Thompson, 1863. Paperback. 24p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Vertical crease. Creasing, chipping and dog-earing on outer corners on back cover and most text leaves. Prooeedings of a meeting of the Pennsylvania Freedman's Relief Association.
Akron: Educatr Publishing Company. 12p. Newspaper format. 57cm x 41. Later vertical fold. Browned but not brittle. Headline in this African America weekly is all too familiar -- "Brutality Complaint Refused" above a story about police violence against a 15 year-old African American boy with the city reportedly refusing to...
n.p. n.d. [1880?]. Paperback. 19p. Wrapper (singed around edges, with some chipping). 26cm. Old stain in top and bottom margins. Signed in type at end: A Sufferer. This anonymously issued pamphlet attacks the split decision of the South Carolina Supreme Court in a tax-related case (Douglass & Jackson vs. P......
Baton Rouge: Printed by Franklin Press, n.d. (6)p. Wrapper. 32cm. Center crease. A football program.
Philadelphia: Hopkins and Earle, 1809. Hardcover. 6 bi-monthly issues (Nos. VII-XII). Contemporary tree calf. 21cm. Text double-columned. Moderate cover warping. Joints tender (some splitting at top of front joint). Foxing, mostly light to moderate. Former owner's name on front pastedown Includes "A Memoir of Job, an African High Priest" at...
Washington: Dept. of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference, n.d. . Paperback. 36p. Red wrapper. 20cm. Institutional stamp on front cover (Chicago Housing Authority). Corners dog-eared.
Los Angeles: Silhouette Publishing Co., 1940. Paperback. photos, 31p. (including cover). Softcover in original wrapper. 31cm. Photo of Gladys Snyder on front cover. Edward Grubbs is listed as Publisher and Editor of this periodical for African Americans.
1846. Autograph broadside notice. 8.5 x 19cm. 7 vertical creases where at some time folded quite small. Tiny tears in the four corners (where tacked). Minor foxing. Some notes on the back in pencil and ink in what appears to be the same handwriting. One states: "Ralph sold to Tho...
Approximately 15 x 8 cm. Top bit of gummed flap glued down on both sides. Undated but seems 19th century.
Philadelphia: The Tract Association of Friends at Their Depository, No. 84, Mulberry Street, n.d. [1847-1857]. 4p. Disbound (removed from a bound volume (probably of similar non-African American tracts). 19cm. Stain along top (mostly in margin). Moderate foxing and browning. No separate wrapper present. The Tract Association was located at 84...
New York: Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society, (1946). Single lime-green sheet folded to form a modest-sized (6)p. softcover brochure. 16cm. (as folded). Modest wear along folds. Henry C. Gleiss Memorial Center in Detroit and Olivet Christian Center in Chicago, the two Centers discussed, were both established for African Americans...
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama: The Institute, 1917-1918. Paperback. 1 photo on each front page, 4p. leaflets. 31cm. Name and address of subscriber stamped above masthead. Folded (probably for mailing). All 3 issues rather stained and wrinkled. Published monthly in Alabama by the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
Louisville: Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1963-1964. Three separate 4-page issues of this monthly newsletter/newspaper. 42cm. Later folds, probably for mailing or storage. SCEF focused on fighting racial segregation in the South. The Southern Patriot, published 10 times a year, was edited by Anne Braden.
Nashville: Southern Education Reporting Services, 1954-1965. Sixty issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, on decent quality paperstock. Horizontal fold creases; otherwise paper still supple and not toned. First Several issue with wear along spine. Tear along letf part of the fold on the first issue. Issues present are Vol. 1, Nos...
New York: Century, 1907. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, illustrations, vi, 190p. Decorated cloth -- cotton picking scene on front cover. 19cm. Moderate cover soil. "Stories" and Nicholas" partially erased from title on title-page. No Jacket.
Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1913. Paperback. photos, pp. 195-256. Softcover in Original wrapper. 26cm. Includes "The Nebraska Winnebagoes," by Lucy E. Hunter (pages 217-221 with 6 photos). Hunter, a member of the Winnebago Tribe, graduated from Santee Normal Training School in 1910 and from Hampton Institute in 1915. She read...
Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1920. Hardcover. Bound volume in library buckram. 24cm. Neat internal library stampings. Original wrappers not preserved. Several old cellophane tape repairs in margins. Published monthly.
Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1934-1935. Hardcover. Bound volume in library buckram. 24cm. Neat internal library stampings. Most original wrappers not preserved. Published monthly.
Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1938-1939. Hardcover. Bound volume in library buckram. 24cm. Neat internal library stampings. Original wrappers not preserved. Published monthly.
1932. Paperback. -526p. Wrapper. 25cm. Reasonably attractive copy except for a discreet library stamp on front cover. Monthly periodical published by Hampton Institute. Includes "Art Is Not Enough," by Benjamin Brawley (PP. 489-494).