Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1970. Second edition, revised and enlarged. xx, 351p. Silver-titled blue cloth. Contains 6500 entries and "remains the only current reference work that brings together so many significant citations, scholarly and popular, of books, journals, pamphlets, and government documents." (Jacket blurb).
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Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1943. First edition. [x], 190p. Illustrated with decorations by Edith Mahier. Tan cloth with brown spine titles. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR."James Pipes has made of his materials something altogether rare in the white man's writings about the American Negro. His writing contains.....
Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, n.d. [18--]. "A New Edition, Enlarged, and Illustrated with Engravings. viii, -215p. Illustrated, including frontispiece portrait by John Sartain. Publisher's embossed cloth with gilt spine title and large gilt device on upper cover. Blockson 8613 for an edition by the American Tract Society.