London: Verso Books, Paperback, 1990, octavo, 228pp., not illustrated. Book VG with rubbing and wear to corners, binding tight, previous seller's price to front endpaper, otherwise text clean and unmarked. No DJ.
Gainesville: University Press Of Florida, 2003, First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good, no dust jacket. Light shelfwear to the covers. Old price-sticker on the rear board. Clean contents. Sound binding.
Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, Second printing, 1900, hardcover with red cloth boards, octavo, 244pp., frontispiece, otherwise not illustrated. Book ex-library with sticker to spine, plate to front pastedown, stamp to full-title, and pocket to rear flyleaf, boards rubbed and show mild wear to spine ends and corners, binding has...
New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., Presentation copy, inscribed by Booker T. Washington to Mrs. E Le Grand Beers, dated November 11, 1904, on the fly leaf, 1903, later printing (first published two years prior). Hardcover, red cloth, gilt title, teg. B&W frontis portrait of the author. 330 pp. Very...
J. L. Nichols, "Authentic edition", 1915. Red cloth 8vo, 510pp. Ilustrated with black and white photographs. In very good- condition with light soil spotting to boards, tanning to pages, small tear to the upper edge of the front flyleaf. Contents remain clean and unmarked. Nice copy.
J. L. Nichols & Co., Revised Edition. c.1901. Twenty-Fifth Thousand. Hardcover. Brown cloth, gilt spine titles. 8vo. 423pp. Illus. Near Fine. Very mild shelfwear, mild sunning to spine, contents unmarked.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., First edition, 1904, quarto (10 inches) brown cloth gilt decorated with pictorial onlay, ca. 75 pages, printed on good thick paper, dialect African-American poems (by a white southerner, friends with Joel Chandler Harris) with handsome illustrations of post-bellum African-Americans and plantation life. Very good...
NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., First edition, second state. Cloth-backed boards in dust jacket, clean unmarked text, 207 pp. Near Fine copy in Very Good+ dust jacket, light rubbing to the tips of the book's covers, minor discoloration/soil to dust jacket, dust jacket's tips clipped, light rubbing to dust jacket...
New York: Metropolitan Applied Research Center, 1973, First Edition. Softcover. Previous owner's signature on the front blank, otherwise a sharp, clean copy. Illustrated. Story of a raid on the Back Panther Headquarters and Fred Hampton's death.
Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1977 Brown cloth 4to, 525pp. No dustjacket. Light scuffing to covers/general light shelfwear. Very good. COntents are clean and unmarked. 4to.
Austin, TX: Menil Foundation/ University of Texas, 1990. Second edition. Paperback, 4to. 144pp, illustrated. Good+ Rubbing and wear to wraps. Sunning and creasing to spine. Ownership signature to front endpaper. Internally unmarked.
Westport, CT: Praeger, 1982 Hardcover in NEW condition. This book is still in the publisher's shrink wrap, so we are unable to confirm edition information, but we would be happy to unseal this item if you would like us to confirm any particulars. No jacket present.
New York: John Day, 1964. First edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in dust jacket. 249pp. Very good in good dust jacket. Dj extremities chipped and edge worn, closed perforation to front panel. Edges foxed, contents unmarked.
Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott Company, Stated First Edition. c.1939. Hardcover. Brown cloth. 8vo. 351pp. Very Good. Spine lightly sunned and stained, previous owner's signature on flyleaf, light age toning to contents, 2-inch tear at head of pp.345-346 and pp.351 which affects text.