Tuskegee: The Negro Year Book Publishing Company, 1937. Hardcover. xiv, 575p.Gutter/hinge completely cracked through at title page. Wear at corners to top and bottom of bit dulled spine. Parting of front hinge is without any tattering, it could be professionally restored and look good.
Work, the first African American to earn a M.A. from the University of Chicago, wound up at Tuskegee, where, in his position as director of records and research, he indefatigably compiled and systematized statistical information, historical and current, on African Americans. In 1928, he published A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE NEGRO IN AFRICA AND AMERICA, the most important reference work available on African Americans.