Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, . 9” x 6”. Stapled self-wrappers. pp. 28. Very good: toned, wrappers dust soiled with a couple of small chips.
This is a 1940s bookseller catalog with 531 titles related to African Americans. One of the more expensive items, at ten dollars, was Work's bibliography whereas a presentation copy of Up From Slavery was $3.50. A broadside for the 1844 Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair could be had for seventy five cents and Douglass' 1845 Narrative cost a mere $2.00.
OCLC locates four copies.
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