Cambridge: W. E. B. Du Bois Institute for Afro-American Research, 1996. Paperback. photos, 23-page program for this conference (including wrapper). Narrow 30cm. Corner crease. SIGNED by Paul Oliver and M. A. Bottomley who appeared on a panel with Richard Newman (whose copy this was).
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Roodepoort, Transvaal: 1962-1992. Paperback. Wrappers. 24cm. A couple of issues are rather worn and have a former owner's name; the rest are sound and clean.
[New Delhi?]: . Paperback. p. Wrapper. 25cm. Moderate scuffing & wear. Appears to be a souvenir program for this production which was choreographed and directed by Guru Gopinath.
New York: William H. Murphy. Paperback. -136p. (plus another leaf numbered 93 or 95 on recto and 37 on verso" Softcover in partial original wrapper (only the detached front cover is present and if has a small scraped flapscrepe concealing a small hole and causing the loss of two letters...
Paris: 1909. Hardcover. numerous black & white illustrations (mostly less than full-page), -526, 170, p. Contemporary 1/2 leather. 31cm. Original front covers (but not the back covers) bound in on all issues. Edges trimmed, probably when these issues were bound together. Modest age-toning. Lacks the final leaf on 2 issues...
Philadelphia: Gedrucky bey G. und D. Billmeyer, 1817. Vierte verbesterte auflage. Hardcover. 3 leaves, 572, , 55, p. Old calf binding. No titling on cover. Two old leather and metal clasps present and still functional for holding the book closed. 17cm. Text moderately browned. A few small stains in top...
London: Henry Roberts, 1762. small illustration, words & music, 2p. [pps. 150-151]. 2 leaves (pps. 149-152) removed from Vol. 3 of "Clio and Euterpe, or, British Harmony: A Collection of Celebrated Songs and Cantatas." 23cm. The words to this 18th song set in India: No more dams I'll make for...
[Washington]: 1945. Paperback. Program consisting of 12 unnumbered pages. Wrapper. 29 x 22cm.
Glasgow: John Cameron, n.d. [18--?]. Hardcover. xvi, 192, 304p. 16cm. Moderate cover soil (also has a light stain in upper left corner of back cover). A few corner dog-eared. No Jacket. All edges gilt.
1946. Paperback. 6p. Wrapper. 23cm. Browned. The members of the quartet were Nathan Gentry, Marion Crockett, Oliver Neal, and John Reagans.
Habana: Centro de Documentacion, Centro Nacional de Cultura, 1975. Paperback. 34p. Later black binder (with taped-on title-label. 29cm. Pages browned. Red ink annotations and underlingings. Spanish text. At head of title: Monotematicas (especial) agosto 1975.
Bouake, Cote d'Ivoire: Mission Protestante Evangelique (Alliance Chretienne et Missionnaire, 1964. Paperback. 256p. Softcover in original wrapper. 18cm. Insect damage in lower margin of half the pages. Hymns (words only) in Baoule and French. 164 hymns (numbered 1-164) in Baoule and 85 hymns (numbered 165-249).
New York: World Horizons, (c. 1968). Paperback. photos, record (4 religious songs) in pocket, 23p. Stiff wrapper. 23cm. Extremities worn. Postal markings on back wrapper. Some browning from record sleeve. This is New: The Multi-Media Album, Vol. 3, No. 2 (produced by the Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations of...
[Philadelphia]: Parallelodrome, Ltd. in association with The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, (c. 1977). Paperback. illustrations, 28 unnumbered pages (including wrapper). Softcover. Oblong (28 x 22 cm. ). Francis Johnson was the first African American to have any of his compositions issued as sheet music. He was also a talented performer...
New York: The Aeolian Coompany, 1910. Hardcover. 482p. Blue embossed cloth. 19cm. Backstrip faded. Corners scuffed. No Jacket.
n.p. n.d. [probably 1913]. Paperback. photos, (10)p. unnumbered. Softcover in original wrapper. 16cm. Small promotional booklet for an American Tour. Inside front cover is announcement of performances ar Boston Opera House for Sunday October 25 (matinee and evening) and Wednesday October 29 (evening) -- probably in 1913.
Irvington, NJ: Gil Kravette, n.d. [1966?]. Paperback. (10)p. Softcover in original wrapper. Squares 29cm. Minor spotting on back cover.
Paperback. Broadside. 13 x 24cm. The Lecturer and manager was Henry F. Coleman.
[Spruce Creek?]: c. 1938. Hardcover. Text unnumbered. Flexible leather wrapper. Tied. Scuffing and general wear. Text printed on one side. Sections printed on different colored paper. Some leaves intentionally blank. Identified in ink on the dedication leaf as "Copy 3." Camp Song Book.
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.
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.
Charlotte: A.M.E. Zion Publishing House, (c. 1957). Hardcover. index, viii(p), 721 hymns, 149p. 21cm. No Jacket.
Dushanbe: Izd-vo "Donish" 1990. Paperback. 486p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Text moderately browned. Russian text; table of contents also in Tajik (Arabic Script) and English. "Proceedings of a conference held April 23-29, 1990 in Dushanbe, Tajik S. S. R. and sponsored by the Academy of Sciences of Tajik SSR...
New York: A. Simpson & Co., 1867. 1st ed. Hardcover. xliv, 115p. Original green cloth. 23cm. Relatively light fraying and wear, mostly at corners and at ends of backstrip. Some age-toning. INSCRIBED ("C. F. McKim, W. P. G. Nov. 18/67"). "W.P.G." must be William Phillips Garrison who was involved in...
1943. Paperback. Folded four-page softcover program. 21cm. Light soiling on last page. Printed photo of Anderson on top half of front page.