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Pullman, WA: Black Studies Program, Washington State University, 1977. pp. 70-148, staplebound magazine format journal, 8.5x11 inches, mild wear. Includes a substantial section on The Black Family, as well as an article on Black immigrants and radicalism in the Harlem Renaissance by John C. Walter, and more.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1937. xiii, 336p., frontispiece, illus. (mostly portraits), first edition, original brick red cloth binding with spine lettering dimmed, minor edge wear, slight discoloration on the front panel, text block very good condition. African American author writes on prominent African Americans, including Harlem Renaissance figures.....
New York: Atheneum, 1983. xviii, 300p. + 16p. photos, first edition clothbacked boards gilt (attractive book design) in dust jacket. The jacket is edgeworn with a couple short tears and a faint area of sticker adhesive at the tail, book itself is clean and sound, overall a good copy. Fascinating.....
New York: The Studio Museum in Harlem/Harry N. Abrams, 1987. Hardcover. 200p., 9x11.75 inches, foreword, introduction, essays, chronologies, selected bibliography, Aaron Douglas bibliography, index, profusely illustrated with both color plates of paintings and b&w photographs of vintage Harlem and the artists, very good first edition in cloth boards with vignette.....
New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Hardcover. xxiii, 327p. including b&w illustrations + 4p. color illustrations, first edition hardcover in bit soiled dj. Name in ink to top page edges near top of spine. With material on lynchings, jazz, the Harlem Renaissance, and gay/black relations.