US South, Southern States, American South
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Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, 1938. Hardcover. xv, 226p., introduction, illustrated with drawings; casebinding mildly edgeworn with a faded spine panel, slight crimping of head and tail, front endsheet not pasted down entirely (binder's fault) which affects the way first signatures lie, a bit of foxing/staining on several introductory pages. An otherwise.....
Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, 1958. Hardcover. 189p., signed and inscribed by the African American novelist, very good first edition in cloth boards and very lightly edgeworn dj with browning, especially to edges and folds. Dust jacket decorated with watercolor by Ernie Chrichlow.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1946. Hardcover. viii, 278p., ownership signature of J. S. Reddingvery mild shelf wear on bottom otherwise very good first edition stated in cloth boards and toned, edgeworn, unclipped dj. Saunders-Redding was an African American educator and author of critical studies of Black Thought.
Miami: Mnemosyne Press, 1969. 303p. facsimile edition, wraps. Novel by the minister. The African American minister became an advocate for the black South in the era when Jim Crow institutionalized American racism. His novels, including The Hindered Hand, posit blacks who are heroes in the face of adversity. After abandoning.....
Chapel Hill, NC: Feminary Collective, 1979. Magazine. 100p., 6x8.5 inches, illustrations, poems, literary journal in stapled, pictorial wraps. Cover art by Kay Jones depicts Mabel Hampton. Feminary began as Female Liberation Newsletter in 1969 and grew into a lesbian feminist quarterly in the 1970s.