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The New Negro: An Interpretation by LOCKE, Alain - 1925

The New Negro: An Interpretation

by LOCKE, Alain

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New York: Albert & Charles Boni. 1925. First. First edition. 446pp. Color portraits by Winold Reiss, and additional illustrations by Aaron Douglas. Quarter cloth and papercovered boards. Some sunning on the front board, and the corners are a little rubbed, else a near fine copy without the rare dustwrapper. This copy Inscribed by Locke on the half-title to important Fugitive author Donald Davidson: "For Donald Davidson, one of the 'New South,' with appreciation, Alain Locke. March 8, 1928." Drawing from works that Locke had compiled for the special issue of Survey Graphic, and greatly expanding it for this anthology, this book basically announced the Harlem Renaissance to the outside world. It would be hard to over emphasize the importance that this book played in the development and popularization of that movement. Includes articles, essays, poetry, and fiction by Locke, Rudolph Fisher, Jean Toomer, James Weldon Johnson, Countee Cullen, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Jessie Fauset, Georgia Douglas Johnson, Eric Walrond, Bruce Nugent, William Stanley Braithwaite, Angelina Grimke, W.E.B. Du Bois, Walter White, and many others. The portraits by Reiss, a German expressionist and teacher of Aaron Douglas, are particularly striking. A splendid association copy of one of the towering high spots of the Harlem Renaissance. Blockson 101 #64. .

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Paul Robeson, Negro

Paul Robeson, Negro

by ROBESON, Eslanda Goode

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New York: Harper and Brothers, 1930. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Corners worn, and the spine has been professionally and nearly seamlessly rebacked, a fair only copy, lacking the dustwrapper. A biography of Robeson by his wife. The Dedication Copy. The printed dedication reads "For Our Son." Their only child, Paul Robeson, Jr., was a mere two years old at the time of publication. This is Paul Robeson, Jr.'s copy with his bold ownership Signature on the front fly (obviously written at a later date). It also has the smaller ownership signature of Rev. Benjamin C. Robeson (Paul Robeson, Sr.'s brother). In addition, Paul Robeson, Sr., has noted on the rear fly: "April 25, 1956. Have translated = The Soviet Biography - John. Soldier of Peace." An exact timeline of ownership is impossible to determine, but we suggest this was one of Paul Robeson, Sr.'s own copies, was then given to his brother, and was later inherited by the dedicatee, to whom his mother probably did not see fit to inscribe a… Read More
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A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade; Addressed to the Freeholders and other Inhabitants...
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A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade; Addressed to the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of Yorkshire

by WILBERFORCE,William

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Printing & the Mind of Man, 232b. Sabin 103953.
FIRST EDITION of William Wilberforce's book of 80,000 words which he completed on the evening of 27th January 1807 and published four days later. It summed up his arguments against the slave trade which he had presented over the previous twenty years. Copies were rushed to the House of Lords as soon as it came off the presses to coincide with the debate and 2nd reading of the Abolition Act that was to take place in the first week of February 1807. The Lords carried the Abolition Bill by 100 votes to 34, and the triumph was repeated in the House of Commons on 23rd February – 283 votes to 16.
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Imitation of Life

Imitation of Life

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New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. First edition. Fine in red cloth boards with fresh paper labels on the spine and front board in very good dust jacket with a few scattered spots on the front panel, some sunning to the spine, and light wear at the edges with a few nicks. A novel by a white women about two single mothers, one white and one black, who create a successful restaurant franchise together but through their daughters suffer at the hands racial prejudice and tragic choices. The novel was filmed twice, first in 1934 with Claudette Colbert and Louise Beavers, and again in 1959 with Lana Turner and Juanita Moore. The first film was nominated for Best Picture and named to the National Film Registry in 2005, while the Douglas Sirk remake is now considered a classic of 1950s cinema and one of the German director's masterpieces. Hurst, while popular in her day, has largely been forgotten, despite her championing of women's rights and racial equality, particularly during… Read More
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by Walker, Alice; Jack Greenberg [Association]

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Paul Robeson, Negro

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A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade; Addressed to the Freeholders and other Inhabitants...
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A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade; Addressed to the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of Yorkshire

by WILBERFORCE,William

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Printing & the Mind of Man, 232b. Sabin 103953.
FIRST EDITION of William Wilberforce's book of 80,000 words which he completed on the evening of 27th January 1807 and published four days later. It summed up his arguments against the slave trade which he had presented over the previous twenty years. Copies were rushed to the House of Lords as soon as it came off the presses to coincide with the debate and 2nd reading of the Abolition Act that was to take place in the first week of February 1807. The Lords carried the Abolition Bill by 100 votes to 34, and the triumph was repeated in the House of Commons on 23rd February – 283 votes to 16.
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Imitation of Life

Imitation of Life

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New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. First edition. Fine in red cloth boards with fresh paper labels on the spine and front board in very good dust jacket with a few scattered spots on the front panel, some sunning to the spine, and light wear at the edges with a few nicks. A novel by a white women about two single mothers, one white and one black, who create a successful restaurant franchise together but through their daughters suffer at the hands racial prejudice and tragic choices. The novel was filmed twice, first in 1934 with Claudette Colbert and Louise Beavers, and again in 1959 with Lana Turner and Juanita Moore. The first film was nominated for Best Picture and named to the National Film Registry in 2005, while the Douglas Sirk remake is now considered a classic of 1950s cinema and one of the German director's masterpieces. Hurst, while popular in her day, has largely been forgotten, despite her championing of women's rights and racial equality, particularly during… Read More
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Revolutionary Petunias & Other Poems
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Revolutionary Petunias & Other Poems

by Walker, Alice; Jack Greenberg [Association]

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New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973 First printing of the stated first edition. Presentation copy (signed and dated in year of publication on the half-title page) to famed civil rights lawyer and activist, Jack Greenberg (1924–2016): "For Jack Greenberg / long in the / Storm. / Sincerely, / Alice Walker / 2-26-73." Provenance: the personal copy of Jack Greenberg, consigned by his adopted son William Cole.
Light rubbing to edge of boards, else book in fine condition; dust jacket with light toning to cover margins, light wear to spine ends, and light shelf wear.

Jack Greenberg was an American attorney and legal scholar. He was the Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund from 1961 to 1984, succeeding Thurgood Marshall.

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The New Negro : Voices of the Harlem Renaissance
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The New Negro : Voices of the Harlem Renaissance

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The New Negro

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The New Negro

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THE NEW NEGRO
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THE NEW NEGRO

by Alain LeRoy Locke

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The New Negro: An Interpretation
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The New Negro : Voices of the Harlem Renaissance
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The Sky and the Forest
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The Sky and the Forest

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C.S. Forester: The Sky and the Forest. Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Stated First Edition First Printing Thus August, 1948. Cover price $2.75. Used. VG BOOK/VG UNCLIPPED DUST JACKET. A story of a central Africa. By C.S. Forester, author of the Admiral Hornblower series.
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Malungu, Ngoma vem! África encoberta e descoberta no Brasil (Cadernos do Museu da Escravatura No.1)
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"Malungu, Ngoma vem!" África encoberta e descoberta no Brasil (Cadernos do Museu da Escravatura No.1)

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Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun
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Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun

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Gone With The Wind

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MARGARET MITCHELL: Gone With The Wind, published December, 1939 by The Macmillan Company. MOTION PICTURE EDITION. First Printing Thus. Paperback. Used. Good Condition/ No DJ issued. Bound in yellow pictorial stiff card wraps. Clark Cable and Vivien Leigh front cover. 391 pages 7 X 9 1/2. Scarce. Includes 12 pages of color prints from the film. Plot summary: "Epic Civil War drama focuses on the life of petulant Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara. Starting with her idyllic life on a sprawling plantation, the film traces her survival through the tragic history of the South during the Civil War and Reconstruction, and her tangled love affairs with Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler."
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Harlem On My Mind: Cultural Capital of Black America 1900-1968
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As new except for tiny spot on side exterior page edges and light surface scratching on the back cover. 255 pages. 8.5" X 11" X .5" (22cm X 28cm X 1.3cm) History of Harlem as cultural center. Illustrated with hundreds of black and white photos of people and cultural ephemera like playbills, tickets to the Cotton Club, and advertising banners about the importance of Black Santa. Part of a project with the Metropolitan Museum of Arts. Nonfiction. History. Photography. African American History. Regional History- New York.
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The Political Legacy Of Malcolm X

The Political Legacy Of Malcolm X

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T'Shaka, Oba. The Political Legacy Of Malcolm X. Third World Press, Chicago. Stated First Edition, First Printing Thus, 1983. Softcover. ISBN0883781107. BIOGRAPHY, BLACK STUDIES, AMERICAN HISTORY, 20TH CENTURY, POLITICAL SCIENCE. A nice copy. Used. VG Condition. 293 pages, indexed. 5 3/8 X 8 1/2.
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Black Ladies
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Black Ladies

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A photographic portrait of African women.
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The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Promotional Poster

The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Promotional Poster

by Martin Luther King, Jr

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The University of California Press, 1992. SCARCE. Publisher's promotional poster, 17" w x 22" h, featuring a six photograph montage of Dr. King, promoting the publication of his papers in six volumes. Distributed in limited numbers at the ABA trade show in 1993. Near Fine, faint creases and a few small rubs in right margin. Well suited for framing. Will be shipped loosely rolled in a mailing tube.. First Printing. Poster. Near Fine. 17" w x 22" h.
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The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana Politics: 1920-1925
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The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana Politics: 1920-1925

by Cates, F. Mark (Frank Marquis)

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Bloomington, Indiana: Department of Political Science, Indiana University , 1970. iv, (2), 201, (1) pages. PHD dissertation, bound in black cloth, Fine, Signed by four members of the Doctoral Committee. During the Klan's resurgence of the 1920s, its greatest successes came in Indiana. . SIGNED. First Printing. Cloth. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
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