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Gordon, Asa H.

THE GEORGIA NEGRO, A History [Students' Edition].

Edwards Brothers: Ann Arbor, MI 1937 Photos, 8.25 x 5.5, green cloth, 426 pp with index, covers very worn and darkened, extremities bumped and fraying, spine ends torn, top of spine chipped, hinges loose, minor staining to bottom edges of text block, ex-lib with usual markings, pp toned with some finger soil. Students' Edition. INSCRIBED "To Hon. Wendell P. Dabney, The Dean of Negro journalists, a discerning philosopher and a magnificent host / From His great admirer . . ." AND SIGNED BY ALBOM L. HOLSEY, who adds "Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, May 4th 1938." Dabney published "The Ohio Enterprise" (later "The Union") in Cincinnati; Holsey worked at Tuskegee, and was a booster of Blacks in Business.


Book Id: 99-1824

Price: $250.00

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