New York: Alma Egan Hyatt Foundation, 1935. Paperback. ills, photos, plan, sections, time-charts, - 232p. Wrapper. 27cm. Moderate wear.
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Mexico: [Mr. and Mrs.] Paul Van de Velde, 1925-1928. Paperback. illustrations, photos, 48p. per issue (except last issue has 56p.) Softcover in original wrappers. 30cm. -- except the last issue which is only 23cm. First issue has minor gnawing at base of fold. Name on front covers. Some other wear...
Washington, D.C. 1917-1918. Paperback. illustrations. Original wrappers. 31cm. Large format periodical. Library stamp ("Iowa College" -- better known as Grinnell College) embossed on covers and first leaves. Covers rather soiled and worn on earliest issue; other issues much better although a large rectangular piece (7 x 14cm.) has been cut...
Washington: Middle East Institute, 1997. Paperback. Wrappers. 25cm. Published quarterly.
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.
n.p. [Philadelphia?]: L. L. Chapman, c. 1857. 4-page leaflet.19cm. Disbound (removed from a bound volume). Stitch marks, etc. along left side. No separate wrapper present. Chapman appears to have believed that sickness, eathquakes, storms, etc. were caused by excess electricity resulting from currents of light that struck the earth at.....
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.
New York: China Institute. 1946. Paperback. 67p. Original wrapper. 23cm. Minor cover soil. Issue on health progress in China. Includes an 11-page article on "Psychiatry in China," by Ming-yi Ling.
London: (May 1910). Paperback. -528p. Wrapper. 25cm. Backstrip chipped at ends. Periodical.
Fort Worth, Texas: Good Publishing Co., 1952. Paperback. ills, 56p. Wrapper. 28cm. Top right corner has chew marks along edge.
St Louis: Sodality of St. Peter Claver, 1923. Paperback. -48, -64p. Wrappers. 17cm. Published for the African missions of the Catholic Church. One of these issues must have been misdated or misnumbered.
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...
Wilberforce, OH: 1939. Paperback. 16p. [wrapper included in pagination]. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Vertical crease in center. Slight discoloration on back cover. Uncommon monthly periodical published 1935-1940 in Wilberforce, Ohio, and edited by *Lendell Charles Ridley.
n.p: n.d. (1946). Paperback. 7p. Pamphlet with stapled covers. 14cm. Brief details about 10 national magazines and 16 of the largest newspapers.
Paperback. 94p. Softcover in original light orange wrapper. 23cm. Light cover soil. Moderate stain in lower right corner of first 60% of pages. Edited by *Angelo Herndon. Includes, "The Negro Author and His Publisher, " by Sterling Brown, a couple of poems by Langston Hughes, Warring Cuney, etc., etc.
New York: Negro Publication Society of America, 1942. Paperback. v, -191p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Light soil. Edited by *Angelo Herndon. Includes "Anti-Negroism among Jews, by Louis Harap, "Anti-Semitism among Negroes," by L. D. Reddick, "Banquet in Honor," by Langston Hughes, and "Someday We're Gonns Tear th Pillars Down,"...
Atlanta: American Enterprises, 1954. Paperback. photos, 64p. (numbered here and there). Softcover in original pictorial wrapper. 15cm. Short-lived publication for African Americans which seems to be much like Jet (the magazine).
Chicago: Negro Story Magazine, 1944-1946. Paperback. Softcover in original wrappers. 24cm. Covers show moderate wear (chips, short tears and some streaking). Contents sound. The Editor of this scarce periodical was Alice C. Browning (Faye Gayden was co-editor on the first three of these issues). The four members of the Advisory...
Tuskegee: Booker T. Washington Leadership Association, 1945. Paperback. photos, 7p. Softcover in original illustrated wrapper. The magazines motto was "Cast down your bucket where you are." The magazine promoted worker docility, honesty, thrift and dependability. Unions do not appear to be mentioned.
[NY?]: 1937. Paperback. 94p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Edited by *Dorothy West and *Marian Minus, with *Richard Wright as Associate Editor. A very scarce periodical. This issue includes four poems by *Margaret Walker (pp. 49-40), "Blueprint for Negro Writing" by *Wright (pp. 53-65) and *Ralph Ellison's review of "These...
Osaka: Mainichi, (1947). Paperback. Illustrated (mostly black & white on newsprint but there are 3 color plates), 175, p. Softcover in original wrapper. 27cm. Cover scuffing and wear. Content moderately browned. This uncommon volume appears to constitute the first issue of New Japan (1948-1974), a glossy annual volume, full of...
London: Henry Colburn, . Hardcover. illustrations, iv, 616, 424p. Contemporary 1/4 leather. 23cm. Cover darkened. Lightly scuffed. Plates foxed and browned; contents otherwise sound with some soiling and wear. No title-page, Contents List or Index is present for Part Two; we assume that part is otherwise complete.
New York: 1924. Hardcover. viii, 96, [ix]-xvi(p.). Wrapper. 26cm. Cover somewhat worn. Bottom margin torn on one text leaf. An Asia-oriented bi-monthly periodical. Edited by Syed Hossain who was from a Muslim family in Indiaa and was a strong supporter of Gandhi and the Indian National Congress.
Georgetown, British Guiana: 1942. Paperback. 8p. Salmon-colored Newsprint. 36cm. Smear of black ink on upper right corner on both sides of one leaf which blots our a couple of words. Title under masthead is "British Guiana Labour Bulletin." Published weekly. Hugh A. Wharton listed as editor.
Edinburgh: Hookham and Sons, (1852-1855). Hardcover. 4 volumes. indexes, 442, 512, 548, 565p. Contemporary 1/2 leather. 25cm. Edges and corners lightly scuffed. Modern bookplate in each volume.