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Birmingham, AL: People's Institute of Applied Religion, 1947. 64p., wraps with a trace of wear, paper slightly browned. Rev. Williams, born and first active in Tennessee, was a radical Christian Socialist who specialized in training Black and white labor activists and in the 1960s was active in the civil rights.....
Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1923. 64p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled wraps, "Evolution" typed at right edge of front cover. Little blue book no. 481. The Alabama native and socialist discusses prehistoric human evolution, based on the understanding of the time (Piltdown Man discussed at some length).
Tuskegee: The Negro Year Book Publishing Company, 1937. Hardcover. xiv, 575p.Gutter/hinge completely cracked through at title page. Wear at corners to top and bottom of bit dulled spine. Parting of front hinge is without any tattering, it could be professionally restored and look good. Sold as is. Work, the first.....