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The Haunting Hand

New York: The Macaulay Co, 1926. First Edition. George W. Gage dustjacket art. First mystery novel written by an African American and Hubin listed novel of Hollywood. "In the midst of more

2,250.00 USD

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

The Haunting Hand

New York: Macaulay, 1926. First Edition of the first detective novel published by a black man. Some staining to both the book and dust jacket; closer to very good more

1,000.00 USD

Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc.
Boston, MA
(617) 542-2376

The Mind Reader

New York: Macaulay Company, 1929. First Edition. Original black cloth, stamped in yellow. Uncommon African-American's second mystery novel also listed in Bleiler for supernatural elements. A white couple attempt world more

500.00 USD

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

The Haunting Hand

London: Hutchinson and Co. Ltd, 1926. First Edition (believed to have preceded the American edition). First mystery novel written by an African American and Hubin listed novel of Hollywood. "In the more

300.00 USD

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

Royal Street

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1944. First Edition, Limited 'Creole' Edition of 749 signed copies of which this is number 10. African-American author's novel of New Orleans during the 1840's, the more

150.00 USD

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

LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN

Indianapolis & New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. Dark green cloth, lettered in gilt. Plates. Three small spots of paper adhesion on upper board, bookplate removal shadows on front pastedown (portion of Copley more

85.00 USD

William Reese Company
New Haven, CT
(203) 789-8081

The Single Star

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. First edition. Bookstore label else near fine in a near fine dustwrapper. Novel about Cuba during the 1890s.  more

80.00 USD

Between the Covers
Gloucester City, NJ
(856) 456-8008

THE HAUNTING HAND

New York: The McCaulay Company, [1926]. Octavo, pp. [1-6] [1-8] 9-309 [310-314: blank], frontispiece, original black cloth, front and spine stamped in green. Mystery novel with supernatural elements set in Astoria, more

75.00 USD

John W. Knott
Laurel, MD
(301) 317-8427

SEMMES OF THE ALABAMA

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1958. Stated First edition. 320 pages. Frontis photo of Semmes, 23 illustrations, illustrated endpapers. Brown cloth with titles in gilt on cover and spine. Octavo. Corners more

75.00 USD

Aardvark Books
Eugene, OR
(541) 683-3131

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

The Single Star

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. First edition. Very good with rubbed spots and paper remnant on rear panel in about very good dustwrapper with dampstain on rear panel, sunned spine, more

35.00 USD

Between the Covers
Gloucester City, NJ
(856) 456-8008
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