New York: Council of Women for Home Missions and Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1922. xvi, 205p. + front., inserted photographic plates, original green paper binding titled black. Wraps worn and torn, marginal dampstain affects entire textblock, title page and several other leaves show mildew-shadow along the bottom edge, three pages bear pencil tics. As is, slightly better than "reading copy." Includes considerable material on black troops in World War I.
The African American educator, Columbia's first Black PhD, cofounded the National Urban League.