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Albion, MI: The Golden Rule Publishing Co., 1921. 32p., wraps mildly worn and smudged; cover portrait of Morris. As a young man, Morris (Prince Kaboo) came from Liberia to the United States to seek a religious education at Indiana's Taylor University, but he died of pneumonia in 1893. This pamphlet...
Indianapolis: Crystal Ink Publishing, 2002. Paperback. 215p. Review copy with slip pasted to inside front cover. This copy inscribed and signed by the author on the half title page. Very good, Second novel (in addition to many plays) by the African American Indianapolis, Indiana native.
Fort Wayne: Public Library of Fort Wayne and Allen County, 1955. Pamphlet. Reprint, originally chapter 14 of Rowan's 1931 book The Pinkertons, here in pamphlet format: 12p., illustrated with a few sketches germaine to the action, and no fewer than nine vignette photoportraits of library staffers, of whom three ladies...
Indianapolis: Crispus Attucks High School, 1969. 27p., 5.5x8.25 inches, poetry and prose, very good first edition poetry booklet in stapled wraps decorated with green and yellow psychedelic stripes. Student poetry from the Hoosier African American High School. No copies located in OCLC.
Indianapolis, Indiana: National Greenback Party, [193-?]. Four-panel brochure containing Taylor's four-stanza poem and an uncredited piece, "Twin Ballots," very good. Also included is a small facsimile Greenback banknote, slightly smaller than a business card, which has been removed from an album and has paper pasted to the reverse; this may...
San Jose: Writers Club Press, 2001. Paperback. ix, 529p., very good reprint trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Ohio investigative journalist working for The Gay Times and Indiana State Police Investigator in a romance/action thriller. Gunn page 224. Straight cop fall for gay journalist.
Terre Haute, IN: Indiana Coal Operators Association and United Mine Workers of America, 1928. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps, 3.25x5.5 inches, pen note "Deep vein mines" on front wrap and title page, previous owner's initials on title page with date (1930), one name redacted on last page. The contract calls for wage...
Los Angeles: Holloway House, 1975. Paperback. 215p., illustrated with b&w film stills, first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps; a careless boxcutter put a slit in cover margin (outer portion still attached, but at risk), else a very good copy. BH480. Film-based potboiler set in Gary, Indiana, Gary, Indiana, Gary.....
Howe, IN: White Arms Magazine, 1976. Magazine. [28p] 8.5x11 inches, b&w photos, articles, poetry, art, very good magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps. An irregularly published art and literature magazine, this issue focusing on drag and queer art (a drag version of the Kennedy assassination) Began publishing in 1974.
[Indiana or Kentucky?]: Self-published by the author, 1994. [28p] 5.25x8.5 inches, poetry, drawings, color photo ogf the author and her daughter at rear, very good poetry chapbook in stapled pictorialw raps. The African American poet was born in Kentucky and the artist in Indiana. Religious and spiritual poetry.