Progress of a race; or the remarkable advancement of the American Negro from the bondage of slavery, ignorance, and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust, revised and enlarged, with special articles by well known authorities, Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Charles M. Melden, D. D., M. W. Dogan, D. D., Albon L. Holsey, and an introduction by Robert R. Moton
Chicago: Wilmore Book & Bible Co. 1925. Hardcover. 480p., profusely illustrated with photographs, very good in buckram with title, "The New Progress of a Race". Reissue of one of the most popular subscription books of the period, first published in 1897, by the African American authors. Slavery, the military, women, religion, etc.