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Woodson, Carter Godwin.

THE NEGRO PROFESSIONAL MAN AND THE COMMUNITY with Special Emphasis on the Physician and the Lawyer.

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History: Washington DC 1934 9.25 x 6, cltoh, 365 w/index, rubbed spine ends and corners, dampstain to bottom corner of text block and covers, rubberstamp on front pastedown else ok. Ex-lib but one of special significance -- from the corporate library of Black entrepreneur John Johnson, publisher of Ebony and Jet Magazines. Woodson himself had established the first Black publishing house in America, though with an historical emphasis. In this book, one of his more scarce titles, he calls for more publishing opportunities for Black writers of fiction and poetry. John Johnson became the wealthiest Black "professional man" in America and possibly this book could have helped inspire him to success. FIRST EDITION.


Book Id: 98-6899

Price: $350.00

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