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[Alabama]: Mother Mary Missions; imprimatur: T.J. Toolen, Bishop of Mobile-Birmingham, 1942. 2.75x3.75 inch card, color portrait of De Porres one side, text of the prayer on the other; very good. De Porres, who died in Lima in 1639, is the patron saint of people of interracial ancestry and and seekers...
New York: Hall-Tyner Election Campaign Committee, 1972. Four-panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, evenly toned, a very good copy. Issued by the Communist Party's presidential campaign; cover illustration a caricature by David Levine, GW's head on backwards. Highlights statistics such as Alabama's poverty rate, illiteracy and "right to work" laws.
Tuskegee, AL: the Foundation, n.d. Group of six stamps of the same type, not yet separated along perforations, depicting Carver with chemistry lab equipment. Issued for use in fundraising rather than as postage, this type of stamp is known as a "cinderalla." Very good condition, each stamp 1.5x2 inches. Undated.....
Birmingham, AL: Alabama Labor Council, AFL-CIO, [circa 1956 - 1965]. Eight panel brochure, pen doodle on front panel else very good condition, illustrated (pictures of white folks), 3.5x8.5 inches. For local unions encouraging them to affliate with the Council. Not even a whisper about the civil rights movement or African Americans.
Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press, 1968. xii, 274p., first edition, very good condition, dj. Murphy, a minister, helped found the National Child Labor Committee, was active around child labor issues in Alabama and the South. He also wrote on racial issues and was a 'gentle' advocate of segregation.