New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1939. First Edition. HANNA 149. COAN p. 80. GLOSTER, p.249. Attaway's first novel, of two migratory workers and a young Mexican boy drifting through the Northwest and the prairie. Gloster says of Attaway that he "was more active than any other Negro fiction writer of the period in the presentation of the problems of the transient laborer." Pictorial cloth boards (hardcover); dustjacket. Clean, tight copy, VG or better with mild darkening to endpapers, faint "J" (remainder?) stamp to jacket flap and front pastedown, and old inked price to front endpaper. In the scarce jacket, unclipped (priced $2.00), lightly rubbed and with shallow chips to spine ends, single chip to top edge of rear panel, and the front flap nearly detached at the fold; Very Good only.