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WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY

New York: Harper & Row, 1967. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author filling most of the front free endpaper: "To David Hunter/Whose moral and financial/support have been of/inestimable value for the/continuance more

20,000.00 USD

Charles Agvent
Fleetwood, PA
(610) 682-4750

John Henry

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1931. First Edition. J. J. Lankes woodcuts dustjacket art and illustrations. African American interest novel of John Henry, the strongest of strong African Americans of the more

65.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Death is a Little Man

New York: Julian Messner, Inc, 1936. First Edition. American South set novel of African-American life, described at jacket flap as "those friendly, superstitious, passionate, lazy, sudden and joyous men and women more

175.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Whitney and Son

New York: Coward McCann Inc, 1941. First Edition, Review Copy with publisher's slip laid in. Author's first novel. A man who had abandoned his family to live with another woman returns more

150.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

As the Hart Panteth

New York: New York Book Co, 1913. Second Edition, first published in 1898. Romance novel of the American South utilizing dialect speech for African American characters. Uncommon. Very Good in nearly Very more

100.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Mr. George's Joint

New York: E. P. Dutton and Co, 1941. First Edition. Hawkins dustjacket art. Thomas Jefferson Southern Award winning novel of African-American life in contemporary Texas. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket.  more

85.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Royal Street

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1944. First Edition. African-American author's novel of New Orleans during the 1840's, the duels, gambling, fencing and drinking that marked that period of city history. Near more

45.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Gritny People

New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1927. First Edition. Design and decorations by Edward Larocque Tinker. "A sensitive and delightful record of the intimate life of the Negroes of Gretna, Louisiana, a more

125.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

The Wind from Nowhere

New York: Book Supply Company, 1943. Fourth Edition. Jay Jackson frontispiece. "Martin Eden, young Negro Pioneer who has settled in the Rosebud Country, an immense plateau laying between the Missouri River more

150.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

In Hampton Roads

Chicago: Rand, McNally and Company, 1899. Presumed Early Printing. Nautical and American Civil War themed novel concerning the battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac. Characters included army officers and several more

125.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216

Mamba's Daughters

Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co, 1929. First Edition. Harold Von Schmidt wrap-around dustjacket art. African American themed novel concerning three generations of a Charleston, South Carolina family. Very Good, spine ends more

125.00 USD

Yesterday's Gallery
East Woodstock, CT
(860) 928-1216
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