New York: 1984. Paperback. photos, (16)p. Wrapper. 26cm. Exhibit brochure laid in listing some events held in connection with the exhibit.
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New York: Black Art, 1976 - 1977. Paperback. photos (some color), 68, 68, 68, 68p. Softcovers in original pictoral wrappers. 28cm. Light fading on front cover of Vol. 1, No. Minor sunning along cover edges.
Jamaica, N.Y. Black Art, Ltd., 1982. Paperback. photos (some color), 59p. plus some unnumbered adverts. Pictorial wrapper. 28cm.Very Good.
New York: NAACP, 1922. Paperback. pages -190. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Minor foxing around edges and on back cover. Light vertical crease. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *Billie Ellis." Includes "Sunday Afternoon" by *Jessie Fauset (pages 162-164) and an NAACP section on "Lynchings in the United States"...
New York: NAACP, 1923. Paperback. pages -190. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Minor foxing around edges and on back cover. Light vertical crease. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *Louis Portlock. Includes "Aunt Dinah and Dilsey Discuss the Problem," by *Mary Church Terrell (pages 159-160) and "The Shame of...
New York: NAACP, 1914. Paperback. -154. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Light soiling. Cover almost entirely split along fold. Internally sound and clean. Cover illustration by *John Henry Adams, Jr. Includes "My House and a Glimpse of My Life Therein. A Story," by *Jessie Fauset (pp. 143-145).
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Art Alliance, (c. 1993). Paperback. [Exhibition Catalog] illustrations, photos, (72)p. Wrapper. Square 23cm. An exhibition catalog.
Boston: Museum of Afro American History, (c. 1991). Paperback. illustrations, 12p. Wrapper. Oblong 16cm. An exhibition catalog.
Pittsburgh: n.d. [1972?]. Glossy 8 x 10s. Professional quality although no photographer is identified. These photos were probably taken at the Burke Center's opening in 1972. The Burke Center closed in 1991, apparently because of insufficent funding. Burke, an African American, was a sculptor. She appears in two of the...
New York: The Monacelli Press, (c. 2002). Hardcover. frontis, photos (by Paul Rocheleau), illustrated, index, 280p. Original blue cloth. dj. 29cm. Gift inscription on title-page, SIGNED on half-title by Adams.
[Philadelphia]: 1967. Broadside Poster on thin paper. 31 x 46cm. Brown print on light blue sheet of paper. Minor wear. Attractive display piece promoting a series of events held at Lee Cultural Center, 440 Haverford Avenue in February and March of 1967. Events included fine art, poetry, drama, dance and music.
New York: A.F.T.U./Bill Hodges Gallery, (1995). Paperback. illustrations, (32)p. Wrapper. 26cm. SIGNED by Andrews (thick black signature on title-page).
New York: Pella Publishing Company, Inc., 1978. Paperback. illustrations, 111p. Softcover in original wrapper. 28cm. Minor cover soil and just a bit of curling at corners. SIGNED on half-title by Andrews.
New York: Abrams, n.d. (1972). 1st ed. Hardcover. illustrated, 230p. Original cloth. dj. 33cm. Jacket has only modest soiling and wear. INSCRIBED by Bearden and Washington on verso of frontis.
[Charlotte, NC]: Mint Museum, 1980. Paperback. 8 small black & white illustrations, 8p. Wrapper. 22cm. Exhibition of 50+ collages. Held at Mint Museum October 12, 1980 - January 4, 1981 and later at museums in Jackson, Baltimore and Richmond. Laid in this exhibition checklist is a folded three-page list of...
n.p. n.d. [1978?]. Paperback. 4 loose plates (1 trimmed at bottom) in a 29 x 22cm. envelope. Edges slightly browned. Presumably issued by Dial Press.
[Poughkeepsie]: Vassar College, (c. 2003). Paperback. color illustrations, 62p. Wrapper. 26cm. An exhibition catalog. Fifty-one original oil and acrylic paintings by this African American artist were exhibited Sept. 29 - Oct. 21, 2003 at Vassar's James W. Palmer III '90 Gallery.
New York: Bill Hodges Gallery, 1999. Paperback. color illustrations 49p. Wrapper. Square 25cm.Stapled four-page price list laid in. This exhibition displayed works by 18 artists, including Romare Bearden, John Biggers, Elizabeth Catlett, Jacob Lawrence, Louis Mailou Jones, Charles White and others.
New York: Garland Publishing, 1989. Hardcover. photos, index, ix, 228p. Original boards. 28cm. Corners lightly bumped. No Jacket (as published).
New York: Garland Publishing, 1990. Hardcover. photos, index, xi, 254p. Original boards. 28cm. No Jacket (as published).
Madison, Wisconsin: n.d. [1972? Paperback. illustrations, 6p. Softcover in original wrappers. 22cm. Promotional booklet for this African American artist and educator who was born in Magnolia, Mississippi in 1947, earned a degree in Art Education from Jackson State University in 1968 and eventually (2007) earned a degree in landscape architecture...
San Francisco: Pomegranate, (c. 2003). Hardcover. color illustrations, index, x, 116p. dj. 28cm. This book about Saar, an African American assemblage artist, grew out of Carpenter's doctoral dissertation at the University of Michigan.
n.p. (c. 1971). Limited Edition. Paperback. illustrations, 91p. Softcover in original blue velvet covered wrappers. 21cm. Modest wear. Printed on 1 side only. INSCRIBED by Casey on blank lpage after title-leaf ("To: Suzanne sweet sweet lady peace & love - Best wishes, Bernie Casey - 101/250"). Poetry. Illustrated with a....
[Nashville]: 1979. Paperback. 2 illustrations, (6)-page exhibition leaflet. 23cm. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Issued in connection with the exhibition held Oct. 14 - Nov. 4, 1979 in the Van Vechten Gallery at Fisk University. African American artist.
New York and London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927. 1st trade edition. Hardcover. color frontis, (24)p. plus 56 leaves of plates (some color).Original black cloth. 26cm. No Jacket.A few modest white stains (paint?) on and around front joint and many more streaks and spots on back cover. Internally sound and clean...