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51.

Black Poets Write On! An Anthology of Black Philadelphian Poets
Philadelphia: Black History Museum Committee, 1970. First Edition. Introduction by Harold Franklin. Anthology of poetry by local African-American authors, many of whom are high school and college students, published using funds donated by the black community. Octavo (21cm.); original yellow pictorial staplebound wrappers; unpaged. Fine.
[Item #25501]
Price: $30.00
 
Black Poets Write On! An Anthology of Black Philadelphian Poets
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Jump Bad: A New Chicago Anthology
Detroit: Broadside Press, [1971]. First Edition. First printing. Octavo (21.5cm.); original white wrappers printed in red and black; 188,[4](ads)pp. Some foxing to wrappers, else Very Good and sound. Includes multiple contributions by Don L. Lee, Ronda Davis, Johari Amini, and others. With an introduction by Brooks.
[Item #25499]
Price: $20.00
 
Jump Bad: A New Chicago Anthology
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To Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future [cover title]
[New York: New Lafayette Theatre, 1970]. First Edition. Long poem published to coincide with Bullins's collective play A Ritual to Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future, composed during his tenure with the New Lafayette Theatre in Harlem. Considered one of the leading playwrights of the Black Arts Movements, Bullins...
[Item #25498]
Price: $25.00
 
To Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future [cover title]
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The Blue Bed
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. 1938. First Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth, lettered in yellow on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 245pp. Tight, clean, VG or better copy in the original dustwrapper, lightly soiled and edge-worn, with a few closed nicks and tears, Very Good. The acclaimed Welsh author's first...
[Item #25496]
Price: $60.00
 
The Blue Bed
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Tell Me How Willing Slaves Be
DeRidder, LA: Energy BlackSouth Press, [1976]. First Edition. First printing. Octavo (21cm.); original tan printed staplebound wrappers; unpaged. Fine. Errata slip laid in. Hoo-Doo Chapbookseries, no. 1 of a projected 13 volumes. African-American author's first poetry collection, published by Amos Zu-Bolton's Energy BlackSouth Press.
[Item #25495]
Price: $75.00
 
Tell Me How Willing Slaves Be
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The Virgin and the Swine
Chicago: Willett, Clark & Company, 1936. First Edition. Tall octavo. Tan cloth boards, stamped in red and black on spine and front cover; maroon top-stain; dustjacket; 312pp. Tight, clean copy, Near Fine, in original dustwrapper, llightly rubbed overall with a small (.
[Item #25492]
Price: $200.00
 
The Virgin and the Swine
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Les Religions Africaines comme source de Valeurs de Civilisation. Colloque organisé par la Societé Africaine de Culture avec l'aide et sous le haut patronage du Gouvernement du Dahomey et avec le concours de l'Unesco
Paris: Présence Africaine, 1972. First Edition. Octavo; printed wrappers; 427pp. Fine - an unread, unmarked copy. Contributions by Alioune Diop, Vincent Mulago, D.M. Dos Santos, others.
[Item #25491]
Price: $45.00
 
Les Religions Africaines comme source de Valeurs de Civilisation. Colloque organisé par la Societé Africaine de Culture avec l'aide et sous le haut patronage du Gouvernement du Dahomey et avec le concours de l'Unesco
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Paul Vesey's Ledger
London: Paul Breman, 1975. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original grey pictorial wrappers; 20pp.; printed on grey stock. Fine. Heritage Series, vol. 27. Selected poems from previously published collections by the Ohio-born poet and World War II Lieutenant. "Paul Vesey" refers to the pseudonym under which Allen's first book, Elfenbein Zahne...
[Item #25490]
Price: $25.00
 
Paul Vesey's Ledger
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Salt House
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1934. First Edition. Octavo. Green cloth boards; dustjacket; yellow top-stain; 294pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in the original dustwrapper, sun-darkened on spine else better than Very Good. Portrait of a Depression-era love triangle, set among the dune-shacks of Provincetown on Cape Cod. Hazel Hawthorne...
[Item #25488]
Price: $300.00
 
Salt House
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Little Rays for the Dark Places
N.p. William Henry Atkinson, 1968. First Edition. Octavo (20cm.); original grey pictorial wrappers; [2],v,[1],102pp. Wrappers a bit foxed along top edge, else About Fine. The author's second poetry collection, including pieces from Atkinson's first book, Thinking Aloud in Verse (1963). FRENCH, Afro-American Poetry and Drama, 1760-1975, p. 148.
[Item #25487]
Price: $40.00
 
Little Rays for the Dark Places
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The Murders at Loon Lake
New York: Alfred H. King, 1933. First Edition. Octavo. Brown cloth boards, stamped in black on spine and front cover; light blue top-stain; dustjacket; 253pp. Previous owner's bookplate, else a tight, near fine copy in the original pictorial dustwrapper by Politzer, slightly nicked at extremities but still bright, complete, and...
[Item #25486]
Price: $200.00
 
The Murders at Loon Lake
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Listen for the Voices
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. First Edition. Octavo. Green cloth boards; dustjacket; deep blue top-stain; 387pp. Illustrations by William Cox. Tight, Near Fine copy in lightly rubbed, very slightly spine-faded dustwrapper; Very Good. Historical novel of Concord, Massachusetts spanning the years 1848-1851. Though fictional, many actual personages are included...
[Item #25485]
Price: $60.00
 
Listen for the Voices
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Thinking Aloud in Verse
N.p. William H. Atkinson, Sr. 1963. First Edition. Small octavo (19cm.); original tan printed staplebound wrappers; 40pp.; author photograph on title page. Fine. The author's first book of poems, most touching on religious and racial themes. A second collection, Little Rays for the Dark Places, also self-published, appeared in 1968...
[Item #25484]
Price: $50.00
 
Thinking Aloud in Verse
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Peccadilloes
New York: John Day, 1929. First Edition. Small octavo. Yellow cloth, dustjacket; 233pp. Board edges soiled, else Very Good, in the original Art Deco dustwrapper by Gorska, lightly rubbed and soiled with a few small chips to extremities, Very Good. Uncommon collection of short stories by the Hubin-listed, Alabama-born mystery...
[Item #25482]
Price: $50.00
 
Peccadilloes
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Peter Whiffle: His Life and Works
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1922. First Edition. Octavo. Linen-backed, batik-decorated boards; paper spine label; black top-stain; dustwrapper; 247pp. Nice, tight copy, just lightly faded at board extremities, in the scarce original dustwrapper, unclipped but mildly eroded at spine ends and with gentle soil at flap-folds; still easily Very Good...
[Item #25481]
Price: $200.00
 
Peter Whiffle: His Life and Works
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From Kaw Teepee to Capitol: The Story of Charles Curtis, Indian, Who Has Risen to High Estate
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1928. First Edition. Small octavo. Green cloth boards titled in black on spine and front cover; 223pp; photo illus. Spine slightly darkened (but perfectly legible); bit of wear at base of spine; lacking dustwrapper; Very Good. Biography of Charles Curtis, Kansas senator (and, later...
[Item #25480]
Price: $40.00
 
From Kaw Teepee to Capitol: The Story of Charles Curtis, Indian, Who Has Risen to High Estate
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Three Women
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. 1938. First Edition. Octavo. Tan cloth boards; dustjacket; maroon top-stain; 320pp. Endpapers darkened, else a tight, Near Fine copy in the original dustwrapper, complete but with several closed tears and creases; just VG. Fictional portrait of three Massachusetts women during the Civil War. Set...
[Item #25479]
Price: $75.00
 
Three Women
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Chicago: A More Intimate View of Urban Politics
New York: Macmillan, 1929. First Edition. Octavo. Maroon cloth boards, lettered in orange on spine and front cover; 305pp. Light external wear; boards slightly bowed; a tight, Very Good reading copy. Study of Chicago machine politics by an influential University of Chicago scholar, founder of the "behavioralist" school of political science.
[Item #25478]
Price: $25.00
 
Chicago: A More Intimate View of Urban Politics
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Flame Vine
New York: Appleton, Century Crofts, 1948. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 237pp. Sharp copy in lightly rubbed dustwrapper with a few small nicks to extremities, Very Good to Near Fine. Sensitive small-town girl faces disillusionment when she tries to pursue a career as a dancer. Michigan author.
[Item #25477]
Price: $50.00
 
Flame Vine
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They Seldom Speak
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1936. First Edition. Octavo. Green cloth boards with applied spine label; maroon top-stain; dustjacket; 347pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in lightly edge-rubbed, Near Fine jacket. Family chronicle of two generations on a Maine farm, beginning in the 1880s and spanning the years of the...
[Item #25476]
Price: $125.00
 
They Seldom Speak
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Education of the Negro in the North. Reprinted from the Educational Review, VOl. 62, No. 3. October, 1921.
N.p. by the Author, 1921. Offprint. Scarce offprint, surveying the current state and future of educational opportunities for Blacks. "...While the mass of the race remains in the South, the educational center of gravity will be shifting towrad the North. Ambitious youth will flock to the centers of the best...
[Item #25474]
Price: $250.00
 
Education of the Negro in the North. Reprinted from the Educational Review, VOl. 62, No. 3. October, 1921.
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Winter in the Sun
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 300pp. Tight, VG+ copy in original, unclipped dustwrapper, slightly rubbed and worn at extremities, Very Good. HANNA 533: "Life on an Arizona dude ranch."
[Item #25473]
Price: $30.00
 
Winter in the Sun
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"Social Equality" [Offprint]
Washington DC: National Magazine, 1905. Offprint. Offprint from the February, 1905 issue of National Magazine. Octavo. Staple-bound self-wrappers; [6]pp. Binding holes in left margin. Somewhat worn copy, with general soil to outer leaves; partial split at bound edge; still Good or better. Scarce offprint; the article attacks Thomas Dixon's anti-miscegenation...
[Item #25472]
Price: $150.00
 
"Social Equality" [Offprint]
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Offprint: [Review of] The Negro in Chicago. Reprinted for private circulation from The American Journal of Sociology, Vol XXIX, No. 4, January, 1924
N.p. American Journal of Sociology, 1924. Offprint. Octavo; self-wraps, pp.499-505. Margins of outer leaves soiled; rusting to staples, else VG. Miller's review occupies the first 5 pages; also included in this offprint are two reviews by Robert E. Park.
[Item #25471]
Price: $40.00
 
Offprint: [Review of] The Negro in Chicago. Reprinted for private circulation from The American Journal of Sociology, Vol XXIX, No. 4, January, 1924
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Daily Worker Carries Your Fight To the Mines, to the Factories and Shops [...]
New York: The Daily Worker, [ca 1935]. Striking poster for the Daily Worker, the central organ of the CPUSA, featuring a typically Gellertian "red worker" whose fist is raised against a backdrop of the CP's hammer and sickle emblem. An exceptional American political poster, and a brilliant example of Gellert's...
[Item #25468]
Price: $2,500.00
 
Daily Worker Carries Your Fight To the Mines, to the Factories and Shops [...]

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