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Between the Covers catalog 207 contains 105 African-Americana items, including literary first editions, signed and inscribed books, broadsides, ephemera, and other unique items.

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Amos 'n Andy with Madam Queen Ruby Taylor in "Tight Spot"

Toronto, Can.: Goodlesuck Bros. Ltd. [presumed false imprint] [circa 1930]. Edition unknown. 16mo. (approximately 4" x 6"). [16]pp. Illustrated. Stapled wrappers printed in green and black. Small tears and...

Cover Image: An

$350.00

An "Open Sesame" for the Black Consumer Market

New York: L.H. Stanton, Publications, Inc. [1972]. Quarto. 19 leaves photocopied rectos only. Plastic three-hole binder. Wrappers rubbed and modest age-toning, very good or better.... more>>

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Constitution of the Colored Domestic Servants Security Organization [with]: cover letter, 1942

Birmingham, Ala.: Colored Domestic Servants Security Organization 1942. One page Typed Letter Signed (in pencil) by M[elvin]. M. Curry and dated 17 September 1942 to Mr. E....

Cover Image: Five Harmon Foundation Programs for the Exhibition of the Work of American Negro Artists

$3,500.00

Five Harmon Foundation Programs for the Exhibition of the Work of American Negro Artists

New York: The Harmon Foundation 1928-1935. First, and only editions. Five volumes. Octavos. Stapled illustrated self-wrappers. Overall near fine, with titles and full... more>>

Cover Image: The Fifth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With an Appendix

$800.00

The Fifth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With an...

Washington City: Printed by Davis & Force 1822. First edition. Unprinted blue wrappers. 199, [1]pp. errata. Page edges untrimmed. Foxing, spine partially perished, wrappers a bit... more>>

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Twenty-Eighth Annual Report of the Directors of the Home for Aged Colored Women, No. 27 Myrtle Street, for the Year...

Boston: Press of L. Barta & Co. 1888. First edition. Stapled self-wrappers. 11, [1]pp. An ink number at the top of the front wrap and a very faint vertical crease, else...

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[Broadside Newspaper Extra]: Supplement Daily Progress. Lynched - Charles Hurd, the Negro, Swung From an Oak Tree Last...

(Harriman, Tennessee): Daily Progress [1895]. Newspaper extra. 5.25" x 11.75". Age-toning and old folds, very small nicks and tears, a small ink splash near the top, a very good...

Cover Image: [Broadsides]: Two Broadsides Promoting Excursions of the Willing Workers Club

$1,250.00

[Broadsides]: Two Broadsides Promoting Excursions of the Willing Workers Club

New York: Willing Workers Club / Press of The New York Age [and] Willing Workers Club / John P. Wharton Electric Power Printer 1911 and 1915. Two broadsides. Measuring 6" x 9.25" and 9" x 12". Each with a vignette and several typefaces. Paper of each is toned, small folds,... more>>

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[Broadside]: Base Ball Game at Mecosta... Jess Elster's Colored Athletes vs. Mecosta Tigers. Elster has the best club...

Mecosta, [Michigan: 1930?]. Broadside depicting a baseball-playing Tiger. Measuring 11.75" x 17.5". Small chips, some tears, and some wrinkling, a sound, good...

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[Broadside]: County Exhibits and Spring Day Exercises of the Negro Schools of Wilson County at Wilson County Training...

Lebanon, Tenn.: 1930. Small broadside. Measuring 9" x 12". Printed on orange paper. Old folds with two folds reinforced on the verso with archival tape,...

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