- Topic: African-Americana
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Iowa: 1950. A collection of 21 loose sepia-toned or black and white silver gelatin photographs measuring between 3.5" x 5" and 8" x 10", with some captions. more
Medal of Honor Winner's West Point property log and scrapbook that includes considerable information about the first African-American cadet at
West Point, New York: 1872. Two volumes. One quarto and one octavo. The quarto is a class notebook originally owned by senior cadet, Edmund S. Holden, which West has repurposed, more
Philadelphians Fight Discrimination against Colored Citizens use of the Street Cars during the Civil War
(No Author Listed)
Philadelphia: 1865. A small archive consisting of two items, a printed circular letter and a related Autograph Letter Signed by B[enjamin]. P. Hunt. The circular letter [caption more
An Essay, On the Moral and Political Effect of the Relation between The Caucasian Master And The African Slave; in
TUCKER, Nathaniel Beverley
Richmond: B.B. Minor, 1844. First printing. A good copy of the complete number: pp.  - 392, trimmed, without wrapper. The text pages are clean, with some scattered stains more
Stowell, Jay S.
New York and Cincinnati: Methodist Book Concern, 1922. Later printing. Wrappers. 179 pp. Illustrated. Chips, tears, and toning else very good. "An introduction to some aspects of the race problem in America and more
MONTGOMERY, William E.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1993. First edition. Octavo. 358pp. Maroon cloth boards. Black and white illustrations. Slightly bowed boards, a tiny sticker shadow on front fly else near fine in more
ABRAHAMS, Roger D.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1992. First edition. Octavo. 341pp. Black and white illustrations. Remainder mark along the top page edge, slightly bowed boards else about near fine in a near more
[The Christiana Riot Trial]: The Pennsylvania Freeman. December 4, 1851. New Series Vol. VIII No. 49
JOHNSON, Oliver, edited by
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, 1851. Tabloid bifolium. pp. Measuring approximately 18" x 24" folded. Subscriber name ("E. Stockton") in ink on first page, old folds and small tears, but sound more
A Compendium of Kafir Laws and Customs, including Genealogical Tables of Kafir Chiefs and Various Tribal Census Returns
MACLEAN, Colonel, compiled by
Mount Coke [South Africa]: Wesleyan Mission Press, Printed for the Government of British Kaffraria, 1858. First edition. Octavo. 168pp, plus three folding charts. Original brown cloth with printed paper spine label. Early owner name dated in 1865, thin partial split more
Note: The Following Are Excerpts from Brief Submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States by Lawyers Listed Below!
(WELLS, Wesley Robert) GARRY, Charles R.
[San Francisco: no publisher], 1953. Legal brief. 14 Mimeographed folio leaves printed rectos only stapled at the top and folded in thirds. A little age-toning and small chips in a more
(Program): The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity on the Pilgrimage to the House of Frederick Douglass. Anacostia, District of Columbia. Wednesday,
(No Author Listed)
[Washington, D.C.?]: The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 1921. One small leaf folded to make four pages. Printed on yellow paper. Slight age-toning on inside pages, near fine. Includes addresses, lyrics of songs to more
JOHNSON, Barry C.
London: Privately Printed, 1980. First edition. Octavo. 132pp. Frontispiece portrait. Original publisher's red cloth titled in gilt. Fine. One of 150 numbered copies. Account of the dismissal from the more
An Enquiry Concerning the Intellectual and Moral Faculties and Literature of Negroes; Followed with an Account of the Life and
Brooklyn: Printed by Thomas Kirk, 1810. First American edition. Translated by D.B. Warden. Octavo. vii [actually viii], -253, pp. Original boards sympathetically rebacked and with a new, period style printed spine more
New York: Mirror Office, 1851. Octavo. 56pp. Disbound from a volume of pamphlets. Very good. more
The Fifth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With
(No Author Listed)
Washington City: Printed by Davis & Force, 1822. First edition. Unprinted blue wrappers. 199, pp. errata. Page edges untrimmed. Foxing, spine partially perished, wrappers a bit tattered and worn, a near very good more
ADAMS, Charles Francis
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1856. First edition. Green printed wrappers. 33,(3)pp. A small paper remnant on the front wrap and a faint vertical crease, a very good copy. Independence Day more