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n.p. [1957-?]. 6.75x8.5 inch sheet of pink paper, faintly fold-creased, with mimeographed text of a racist poem, based on "Twas the Night Before Christmas," lamenting the integration of schools in Little Rock. "Ol' Ike had orders / To mix up the schools / But Ol' Faubus said, 'Hold it /.....
St. Louis: Woodward and Tiernan Printing Co., 1896. Eight-panel fold-out brochure, including a two-panel map of the business section of town, directions to sights and hotels, and a full-panel ad for the Hot Springs of Arkansas, only a night's ride away by the Iron Mountain Route. Minor corner creases, very.....
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990. Hardcover. xi, 339p., very good condition in like dj. Labor and social change. Covers three schools, Work People's College (1904-1941) in Duluth, Minnesota, Brookwood Labor College (1921-1937) in Katonah, New York, and Commonwealth College (1923-41) near Mena, Arkansas.
Tyler TX: the railroad, 1957. Pamphlet. 98p., coated alkaline paperstock throughout, plentifully illustrated with b&w period photos, facsimiles and line maps, softbound, a pamphlet in 7.5x5.5 inch stapled color wraps. A very presentable booklet, the one flaw we see is a faint ripple to first third of textblock (no staining.....
New York: Random House, 1974. Hardcover. 214p., personal inscription signed by the author, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj with sunned spine. Angelou's third book. Random House stated First Edition with number line ending in 2 as is correct for first edition, first printing.
Cincinnati: The Farm Quarterly, 1969. 63p., intermittant b&w pix, staplebound 8.5x6 inch photographic wraps, slight edgewear, a good clean copy. She has inscribed and signed the first blank, undersigning herself ""Little Eagle." Charmingly realistic treatment with very useful pictures. At writing she had settled in Arkansas.
Pine Bluff: Office of the Director of Admissions, the College, . Two 8.5x14 inch sheets, stapled with three horizontal folds. Cothran's letter is an appeal to Arkansas high school students to enroll in college as a means of escaping the menial labor that would otherwise be their fates. He describes.....
Washington DC: s.n., 1837. Single folio leaf printed and folded to present a 13p. text, 9.5x6.2 inch self-wraps; some partial tearing of fold-lines, some crumpling of untrimmed edges, scattered light foxing, good copy. Regards "ten sections of land granted to said Territory (of Arkansas) for the erection of a public.....