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Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1973. Hardcover. xii, 195p., Sticker shadow/glue residue to top corner of front free endpaper. Price clipped bit rubbed dj shows some fading to lettering on spine, light edgewear. Turner, a former slave, led the political struggle against Alabama's Bourbons as well as the Klan.
Auburn, AL: Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 1988. Paperback. 87p., trade paperback, sunned spine, light soiling to cover, lower right bumped corner, perfect-bound binding still intact though aging, else good. Published by Lew Rockwell's Mises Institute in Alabama. Rockwell and Rothbard were part of the effort to align libertarians and paleo-cons.
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1989. Hardcover. xix, 266p., illustrated with photos, song transcriptions, very good first edition in 10x8.5 inch cloth boards and unclipped dj, dj a bit sunned on spine. This history in songs and pictures documents the civil rights movement throughout the South.
Columbia, MD: C. H. Fairfax Company, 1980. Paperback. [184p] inscribed and signed by the African American educator good first edition trade paperback original in white die-cut wraps with piece torn off. Poetry and other writings by the Birmingham, Alabama-born African American educator.
Columbia, MD: C. H. Fairfax Company, 1988. Paperback. [184p] reprint trade paperback originally published in 1980, this 1988 reprint differs from the first edition in the front cover design... No die-cut heart, rather, just a printed image of the heart... probably a smart move given the damage so often seen...
Columbia, MD: C. H. Fairfax Company, 1980. Paperback. [184p] inscribed and signed by the African American educator, first edition trade paperback original in white die-cut wraps. One corner has a long crease-line, the die-cut heart is slightly torn, and edges have picked up a little soil. Good-only copy. Poetry and...
New York: David McKay Company, 1955. Hardcover. viii, 304p., good first edition, toned pages, bookplate to front pastedown endpaper, slight wear to edges, cloth boards and edgeworn dj, most noticeable at folds and extremities. Tarry, an African American from Alabama, had a long and distinguished career in Catholic social services...
New York: David McKay Company, 1955. Hardcover. viii, 304p., very good first edition in cloth boards and edgeworn, unclipped dj. Tarry, an African American from Alabama, had a long and distinguished career in Catholic social services. Her autobiography lays out her hope for a nonracial America. Interesting San Francisco bibliophile/bookseller...
Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1900. Hardcover. xvi, 215p. + 32p. photographs, introduction, appendix, offsetting to endpapers, otherwise very good first edition in pictorial slate-gray cloth (silhouette of main building with yellow and grey sky behind), touch of rubbing at spine ends. European American author.