Corona, NY: A Colnoized [sic] Few, (c. 1971). 1st ed.(?). Paperback. illustrations, (40)p. Wrapper. 21cm. Poems by Kiidh, Eric Rawlins, Lorraine Taylor, and Randolph Latimer, Jr. - we have assumed that they are all African Americans.
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New York: 1930. Paperback. ill & photo (portraits), 8p. No separate wrapper. 31cm. Yellowed. Edited by James Denson Sayers. A racist monthly issued by the White League, June 1930-March 1931 (only 10 issues were published).
n.p. n.d. [ca. 1970?]. Paperback. 28p. (mimeographed). Wrapper. 22cm. Cover slightly soiled and discolored, minor spotting. A uncommon anthology of poems (some of them possibly pirated), plus a few quotations, from 43 authors. Leftyist, anti-racist, anti-Vietnam War orientation. African American Poets represented include Countee Cullen, Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, LeRoi...
Fort Worth: World's Messenger Publishing Co., 1950. Paperback. a few photos (not full-page), 32p. Softcover in remnants or original wrapper. 28cm. Front and back covers prosent but both are heavily chipped around edges and split at fold. Contents rather browned (printed on low quality, high acid paper). Apparently published monthly...
Paperback. Illustration mounted on card. 11 x 16.5cm.; image-size 10 x 14cm. Illustration by "Kash." Small commercial label on back (E. Borhek & Son, Opticians, No. 628 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia). Illustration shows an African American child, in ragged clothing, standing in long grass in front of the stone wall of...
New York: Labor Youth Publishing Co., (1953). Paperback. ills, 38p. Wrapper. 23cm. Moderate cover soil. Includes a four-page article on "Young Negro Cultural Workers," by *Roosevelt Ward, Jr.
Buuxelles: J.-A. Lelong, 1852, 1846, 1846, 1849 et 1849. Undetermined editions but several are likely to be 1st Belgian editions. Hardcover. 150, 88, 85, 4, 107, 147p. Original wrappers not preserved. Old pebbled cloth. 13cm. French text. This volume appears to have been part of someone's large collection of plays...
[Thompsonville]: 1945. Paperback.  unnumbered pages, including many advertisement. Wrapper. 26cm. Staple mark on front cover. Staining along fore-edge throughout text. The one and one-half page Class Valedictory delivered by Robert Jackson, a white eight-grader, was titled "The Negro in Medicine."
Chicago: A. Philip Randolph Institute, n.d. [1969?]. Paperback. illustrations, 37p. Wrapper. 23cm. Ex lib. Extra sheet with title and contents laid in.
Boston: G. K. Hall, 1974. Hardcover. index, xxii, 487p. Original red buckram. 26cm. No Jacket. SIGNED inside front cover by Abajian.
New York: Dodd, Mead, (c. 1974). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, index, 159p. Original brown cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket scuffed. INSCRIBED by Abdul to Ida Cullen Cooper.
Los Angeles: National United Committee to Free Angela Davis, n.d. [1970?]. Paperback. 10p. Original wrapper. 21cm.
New York: 1956. Paperback. one illustration, 3p. Leaflet. 22cm. Browning at edges. Horizontal crease. Order of Service -- Powell died in 1953.
New York: Garland Publishing, 1989. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, photos/illustrations, index, x, 213p. 22cm. No Jacket (as published). INSCRIBED on title-page by Adamczyk to one of the individuals mentioned in the Acknowledgments.
Philadelphia: Foreign Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., 1952. Revised ed. Paperback. 94p. Worn wrapper (shabby and spotted). 22cm. The first edition was published in 1944.
Washington: n.d. [ca. 1920]. 1st ed. Paperback. 7p. Wrapper. 22cm. Cover browned at edges, chipped. Two printer's errors corrected by hand.
Boston: T. R. Marvin and B. B. Mussey & Co., 1854. Hardcover. 214p. Original blind stamped brown cloth. 18cm. Lacks front free endpaper and the following blank leaf. Ends of backstrip rubbed. Stain on lower right corner of final (blank) leaf. Adams, a Congregational minister in Boston, defended slavery and...
n.p. n.d. Paperback. several photos, (13)p. Softcover in original wrapper. Former owner's name stamp. Ex lib. (Harvard College Library). Faint duplicate stamp on front wrapper. First leaf roughly opened along top with some loss of blank margin. Reprinted from volume 44 of The Southern Workman. Titustown is an African American.....
Philadelphia: African Methodist Episcopal Book Concern, 1943. Hardcover. index, xix, 428p. 20cm. Scuffed and moderately worn. Spine sloped. Front hinge weak. Names on endpapers. No jacket.
1937. Paperback. Eight-page pamphlet. No separate wrapper. 22cm. Some wrinkling.
New York: AME Church Missionary Department, 1940. Paperback. 12p. [cover included in pagination]. Wrapper. 32cm. Sound and clean but well-used.
Tappan, N.Y: Custombook, Inc., n.d. [1988?]. Hardcover. photos, 147, (29)p. 27cm. No Jacket. This district includes Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and the District of Columbia.
October 13-17, 1943. Paperback. 7p. High acid paper now browned & chipped.
n.p. n.d. [1945?]. Paperback. 31p. Wrapper. 23cm. Minor cover spotting and wear.
1964. Paperback. Folded four-page item. 31cm. Later horizontal fold. Former owner has made a couple of ink marks in January calendar. Each page has calendars for three months on bottom half and a photograph or color illustration on the top half. This company was founded in 1901 in Jacksonville, Florida...