This Is What We Found. Ralph and Carl CREGER.

This Is What We Found

New York: Lyle Stuart, Publisher, 1960. First Edition. "This Is What We Found" began as a history assignment for Carl Creger, a seventeen-year-old white student of Little Rock's Central High School. Ralph Creger is his father, chief train dispatcher in Little Rock for the Rock Island Railroad. Both father and son became so interested in the topic that they collaborated to expand it to its present length. It wound up as both a study of the history of the American Negro and the reasons why a white father and son in Little Rock came to champion equal rights and opportunities for Negroes" (from rear panel). First Printing, cloth issue. Octavo (21cm); pale blue-gray paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in black on front cover; dustjacket; 64pp. Gentle sunning to spine, text edges tanned, else Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $2.00), lightly edgeworn and gently sunned at spine and extremities, with a few short tears at crown; Very Good+.

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