New York: Irving Berlin, Inc, 1923. Six pages in self wraps. Piano-vocal score, the text in dialect. Song from "Topsy and Eva" featuring the Duncan Sisters. Cover in red and black with image of a nicely dressed white girl pointing out something in a book to another girl in black..... More
New York: Atheneum, 1964. First edition. [vi], 248p. Gilt-titled blue cloth spine with green boards. Author's first book.
Author of A Lesson Before Dying and The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman.More
Chicago: Pellegrini & Cudahy, (1947). First edition. [vi], 246p. Green cloth with gold-colored titles. "This is the story of renowned caravan traders in slaves and ivory... In telling of Jamba and his love for Miapia the author recreates a picture of the People of the Fog as seen through the..... More
Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, (1970). First edition. 122p. Illustrated. Gray cloth with black spine titles. Empire State Historical Publications Series No. 82. Edited by Stanley Austin Ransom, Jr., biographical sketch by Oscar Wegelin, critical analysis by Vernon Loggins.More
Nashville: Smith & Lamar, Agents (Fleming H. Revell Company), (1914). 244p. Illustrated from photos. Rebound in brown cloth with gilt spine titles. With an Introduction by James H. Dillard.
New York: Eaton & Mains, (1909). Revised edition of her FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT. xix, 336p. Illustrated. Gilt-titled tan cloth. Interesting discussion of the "evolution" of Blacks in America, from Africa through the nineteenth century.More
New York: Eaton & Mains, (1909). Revised edition of her FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT. xix, 336p. Illustrated. In blue printed wrappers. Interesting discussion of the "evolution" of Blacks in America, from Africa through the nineteenth century.More