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Johnson, Jesse L.

Ebony brass; an autobiography of Negro frustration amid aspiration

the author, Hampton. 1970, [xvi], 141p., frontis portrait of author+ two plates (19thC portraits), second printing cloth boards gilt; crisp copy with neatly corner-cropped ffep. Plates added to first-issue text without other changes. The career officer was born in Mississippi in 1914, attended Tougaloo and served in CCC camps in Michigan before entering the army in 1942

Cat.No: 149368

Price: $20.00

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