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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.
New York: Harper, 2010. Hardcover. 404p., 16-pg. photo section, hardbound first edition in black and tan casebinding gilt-titled and enclosed in the portrait dust jacket. Book itself is fine: entirely sound, clean and unmarked, while the dj is a bit worn with light sticker-scarring. The case generated high-level opinion; Eleanor.....
New York: Oxford University Press, 1981. Hardcover. xi, 290p., endpaper maps, preface, notes, bibliography, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped, lightly-worn dj. On the integrated utopian community established in Mississippi by Jefferson Davis' older brother and Benjamin Montgomery, his slave who became the leader of the experiment.....
Atlanta: Atlanta University, 1953. Paperback. pp.121-236, very good first edition literary journal, trade paperback in gray wraps printed red, spine toned and faded. Boyhood in Jamaica by McKay, The Eta Caste in Japan, Race Attitudes in Puerto Rico, the Poetry of Phyllis Wheatley, Social Realism in Charles W. Chestnutt et.....
Atlanta: Atlanta University, 1953. Paperback. pp.349-456, covers separated but present otherwise very good first edition literary journal, trade paperback in gray wraps printed red, spine toned and faded. Behind the Mau Mau, Race Relations and the Negro Press, Some Areas in Transition: Jamaica, The Gold Coast, South Africa, Israel.