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London and Los Angeles: Western Publishers, 1961. Hardcover. 208p., personal inscription to Francis Parkman (not that one) signed by the author on f.e.p., very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped but rubbed dj. Debut novel of an interracial love affair in the deep South by an African American.....
London and Los Angeles: Western Publishers, 1961. Hardcover. 208p., personal inscription to Mike Thaler signed by the author as "Andy" on f.e.p., very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped but rubbed dj with 1+ inch triangular chunk and some tape browning to top rear panel. (the handwriting compares.....
Tallahassee: The Naiad Press/Volute, 1983. Paperback. 176p., signed by Bannon, very good first Volute edition,camp pictorial wraps. Originally issued by Fawcett Gold Medal in 1959. Third book in the Beebo Brinker Chronicles as Laura marries and tries to present as straight. Also involves alcoholism and interracial releationships.
New York: Ambrosia Books, 2003. Hardcover. xviii, 462p., signed by the European American author, dj. Novelized account of an interracial couple in Bucks County, PA, in the turmoil of abolitionism and the Civil War. Written by their second great grandniece. Bookstore autograph sticker on front wrap, else very good.
New York: Random House, 1959. 142p., photo on title pages, first production history, illustrated with b&w production photos, very good first edition, first printing stated in cloth-backed boards gilt and photo affixed to front cover, in unclipped dj with sunned spine. Starred Cedric Hardwicke and Gertrude Berg as the interracial.....
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002. Hardcover. 367p., illustrated with a number of period portraits and a rare group daguerrotype, hardbound in clothbacked boards gilt with glossy color dust jacket. The book itself bears a deep reader's crease (vertical, to spine panel) and "leans" rather badly, while the dj is near-fine;.....