Bloomington: U of Indiana, (c. 1962). 1st American ed. Hardcover. ills (by E. G. N. Kinch), 200p. Off-white cloth. Worn dj. 24cm. Spotting along backstrip.
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New Haven: Yale University, 1940. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, photos, index, xvi, 410p. Original red cloth. dj. 24cm. Jacket has some chipping and light stains.
Washington: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, (c. 1968). 1st Edition. Hardcover. photos, index, xvi, 244p. dj. 26cm. Jacket has some minor chipping and tears, as well as a few small holes. An organization of African American nurses.
Washington: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, (c. 1968). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, index, xvi, 244p. dj. 26cm. Jacket has remnants of a small label toward bottom of backstrip and modest chipping. An organization of African American nurses.
New York: John Day, (1941). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, 280. Original cloth. dj. 21cm. Jacket flaps narrowly clipped.
S.-Peterburg: 1883. Hardcover. 2 vols. bound in 1. 451, 260, lviii[p.] plus p. adverts. Original cloth. 24cm. Wear and several small gouges along joints and on front cover. Edges rather heavily rubbed. Lacks front free endpaper and any other leaves before title-page. Contents sound with mostly modest, scattered foxing and...
Williamsburg: (c. 1937). 1st ed. Paperback. photo, 87p. Softcover in original green wrapper. 23cm. Cover has some soiling and several mostly-modest stains. Chipping and wear along yapped edges. The older African American woman in the photo is identified as *Emma Jane Jackson Beauregard Jefferson Davis Lincoln Christian, a "good and...
Williamsburg: (c. 1937). 1st ed. Paperback. photo, 87p. Softcover in original green wrapper. 23cm. Cover edges chipped, mostly on back cover where edge were yapped (extending over the the edge of the book). Backstrip and edges browned. Some spots on cover. Former owner's name on title-page. Internally sound and clean...
London: Richard Bentley, 1837. Second Edition, Revised. Hardcover. 3 vols. 5 portraits, including 3 frontises, index, lxiv, 402, 450, 471p. Later, but not recent, 3/4 leather over marbled boards. 22cm. Plain cloth covered slipcase. Minor cover scuffing and wear. There is also a small brown streak on the last page...
n.p. 1973. Paperback. 20 leaves, printed on one side. Purple ink (ditto?). Stapled at top left corner. 28cm. Paper presented at a symposium entitled "Sex Roles in the New Guinea Highlands" at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. New Orleans, Nov. 28 - Dec. 2, 1973.
Knopf, 1994. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 37p. Original raspberry cloth. 17cm. No Jacket. An appealing copy of the first edition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. Later printing. Hardcover. 337p.Original black cloth. dj. 21cm. Backstrip very slightly faded. Cover edges rubbed (several small holes). Former ownr's name and address on endpaper. INSCRIBED by Morrison on the Dedication page. Morrison's third novel.
Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1981. 1st ed. Hardcover. Original leather binding stamped in gilt. 22m. Endsheets slightly faded around edges. Ribbon creased. No Jacket (as issued). This Franklin Library first edition preceded the trade edition which was published by Alfred A. Knopf.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1923. 2nd printing. Hardcover. frontis, illustrations, index, , 243p. Original dark blue cloth. 24cm. Corners frayed. No Jacket. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Morton in 1929. Speculative biography of Aimee Dubuc de Rivery of Martinique which makes numerous interesting but unproven claims.
Philadelphia: Geo. S. Ferguson, 1894. 1st ed. Hardcover. 178p. plus 4p. undated advertisements for other African American publications and books. 17cm. Recent quarterbinding. Name on first blank leaf dated in Wilmington, Delaware in 1896. Lacks the frontispiece. Small stain and a few ragged edges or chips in lower right portion...
Tokyo: Kokubun Shoin, 1937. Hardcover. 878p. Hardcover. 19cm. Moderate general browning and wear. No jacket. "Maj. Arthur R. Smith HQ V Army Group CCC Taihoku, Formosa 25 November 1945" inked on endpaper. Japanese title and text. Smith, an American WWII Army Intelligence Officer, was sent to Taiwan and Shanghai after the Japanese surrender.
[Washington?]: 1950. Paperback. Single sheet folded to form a narrow six-page softcover brochure. 23cm. Torn at top but otherwise sound. The fifth page contains a form for donations to the organization which was probably the purpose of the brochure.
Kansas City: . Paperback. Printed letter and a 5-page list of instructions (with transmittal letter dated May 18, 1946), both which were sent to NACW members (or chapters) by Susie V. Bouldin, National Chairman of the Arts and Crafts Department. Mimeos. 28cm. Stain from two very rusty staples at left...
1968. Paperback. Original wrappers. Size varies (22-24 cm.).
1955. Paperback. 5 leaves of graduated length stapled at top. 22cm. Two horizontal creases where folded. At head of title: 1935-1955.
Washington, 1951. Hardcover. photos, 128p. Original yellow boards. 28cm. Moderate cover soil and wear. Lacks backstrip. No Jacket.
St. Paul: Mason Publishing Company, (c. 1977). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, 118p. 25cm. No Jacket.
[Pensacola: 1982]. Paperback. -page program. Stapled. 28cm.
[Oakland?]: 1946. Paperback. Small folded softcover invitation. Printed -- gold lettering on light blue paper. Oblong 8cm. African American Women's organization.
Columbia, South Carolina: Hampton Publishing Company, 1944. 1st ed. Hardcover. 135p. Reddish brown cloth. dj. 20cm. Rather ragged printed dj is also roughly split vertically along center of backstrip panel. Extensive cover spotting. Second novel by this little known South Carolina writer.