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Philadelphia: The Westminister Press, 1971. Paperback. 154p., wraps, noted in pen on front blank end paper "Office copy, publication date 10/18/71, first printing - 7,500 copies" publisher's copy with sticker on spine with faint publication date else good condition. Religious commune formed for a year by the Community for Urban.....
Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1992. x, 333p., first edition, edgeworn dj. Shannon, the African American football coach in East St. Louis, IL - one of the most segregated communities in America - has offered his charges one way out of the city's grinding poverty through a combination.....
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960. Paperback. 126p., covers lightly-worn and speckled otherwise a good trade paperback literary journal in red & black pictorial wraps. The Baskin plates foreshadow his move from sculpture to illustration. Zimpel is familiar to us as a chronicler of American labor history; here is a......
Glendale, CA: Great Western Publishing Co., 1981. Hardcover. 116p., first printing, worn and edge-torn dj. Self-published novel by an African American author, inscribed "Compliments of uncle Earl and aunt Kay." Novel about a Black soldier in the Korean War by the Misouri born, Illinois raised African American author.