Annamalainager: 1955. Hardcover. photos (some color), 243p. Original cloth-backed boards. 24cm. Cover soiled. Splitting along joints. No Jacket.
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Lima, Peru: n.d. [1927?]. Paperback. photos, 21, . Softcover in partial wrapper (only the front cover appears to be present). Oblong (23 x 16cm.). Bound with two, rather rusty, staples along left side. A sound copy with moderate soiling, wear and corner-creasing. An uncommon early item on the education of...
Mexico: [1934?]. Paperback. 18p. Wrapper. 20cm. Spanish text. Laid in is a small four-page leaflet titled: Colegio de las Vizcainas: Una escuela al servicio de la muchacha mexicana.
[Muskogee?]: Cimeter Job Printing Company, n.d. . , 7, p. Softcover booklet in original wrapper. 14cm. Later vertical crease. Also included is a 1907 postcard to Annie Stigger at the Creek Orphan's Home from Mrs. Booker T. Washington thanking Stigger for a donation to "the piano Fund." The 1907 session...
New York: National Child Welfare Association Inc., c. 1921. Poster. 72 x 44 cm. Moderate chip at tip of lower left corner. Tear (5 cm.) combined with a small chip slight right of center at the top. Price is not much remembered these days but, during his short life before...
Talladega: 1934. Folded four-page program. 22cm. Three later horizontal fold marks. Four of the ten prominent men listed on the program were African Americans (Ambrose Caliver, W. E. B. Du Bois, T. Arnold Hill and James Weldon Johnson).
Providence: Snow & Farnbam Printers, 1905. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, 28p. 22cm. No jacket. Rankin, a white Congregational minister, served as President of Howard University, 1899-1903.
San Jose: Secretaria de Educacion Publica, 1934-1936. Hardcover. Ex lib. in contemporary library binding. Spanish text. Issue No. 36 was the last issue published.
Lincoln Ridge, Ky. Lincoln Institute of Kentucky, 1920. Paperback. photos, 16p. Wrapper. 19cm. Inked note on front and on one text leaf. Published quarterly. Lincoln Institute was created by the trustees of Berea College to provide both a junior college and a high school for African Americans after the Kentucky...
n.p. n.d. Broadside. 21cm. Two vertical folds (possibly for insertion in an envelope). White newspaper editorial, issued here as a small broadside, expressing outrage at the possibility that African African public school students in Virginia might end up using free books since 96% of the $100,000 cost might, by the...
Atlanta: Oglethorpe Elementary School, 1963. Paperback. photos (individual photos on four pages of 62 members of the 7th grade class), 24p. Original stapled front cover. 28cm. Printed on one side. Inked list of names on otherwise blank verso of last leaf. Oglethorpe was established as a private laboratory school for...
Yaba [Nigeria]: Progress Book Company, n.d. [1960s?]. Paperback. 32p. Softcover in original gray wrapper. 19cm.
New Haven: 1834. Paperback. Unbound 16-page (pp. 591-606) weekly periodical. 29cm. No separate wrapper. Front page browned and soiled. Foxing in double-columned text. Partially unopened. Edited by Nathan Whiting. First three columns headed: "Constantinople. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Goodell, dated Oct. 1833. Lancasterian Schools Established by the Turks."
Kuching: Government Printing Office, 1965. Paperback. maps (2 folding), approximately 115 unnumbered pages. Wrapper. 30cm. Backstrip chipped at ends. Edges of covers faded.
Baton Rouge: Printed by Franklin Press, n.d. (6)p. Wrapper. 32cm. Center crease. A football program.
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.
New York: Survey Associates, 1939. Paperback. ills, photos, graphs, -656p. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. A few minor chips and creases on cover. Pencil underlings in some of the articles. Special issue on "Schools: The Challenge of Democracy to Education", second in the magazine's "Calling America" Series. Includes "Schools for...
Tougaloo, Mississippi: Tougaloo College, 1936. Paperback. 4 pages. 36 x 27 cm. Later folds. Moderate wear, including a tear (6 cm.) at bottom of a vertical fold line.
Tougaloo, Mississippi: Tougaloo College, 1947. Paperback. 4 pages. 36 x 27 cm. Later folds. Moderate wrinkling, creasing and edge-wear. Newsletter published 4 times a year. The first page reports on the retirement of Bishop Braxton as Chairman of Tougaloo's College's 's Board of Trustees.
Tougaloo, Mississippi: Tougaloo College, 1947. 4 pages. 36 x 27cm. Later folds. Some wrinkling and wear. Pencil note ("Think you will be particularly interested in this one") at top of first page. Newsletter published 4 times a year. A brief article on the fourth page reports that Countee presented a....
1921. Paperback. photos, 27p. Wrapper. 23cm.
[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."
London: A. P. Marsden, 1893. Paperback. 62p. Original wrapper. 25cm. Some cover creasing, pinholes and wear. At Head of title: The Kharkov Sunday-School for Women. This Sunday-School in Kharkov (Ukraine) provided primary education for adult women. Translated by John Marshall.
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1868. Paperback. 55p. Softcover in original tied wrapper. 23cm. Modest cover foxing, soiling and wear. At head of title: Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands -- 1867.
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1867. Paperback. 96p. Softcover in original tied wrapper. 23cm. Some stains on cover. At head of title: Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands -- 1867.