New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, (1879). 178p, 34p ads. Cloth spine with color-printed paper-covered boards with ads printed on pastedowns and flyleaves.
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Paris: n.d. Advertising sheet (12 1/45" x 9 5/8"). Black and white lithograph by Yan B. Dyl featuring a naked Black woman with huge lips adorned only with sparkling jewels.
Columbus, OH: W.A. Price, Photographer.
Chillicothe, OH: F.C. Mader's Little Palace. Reverse blank.
v.p. n.d. Four are color photo cards, four are varia. Produced by Deep South Specialties in Jackson, MS.; Photo arts in Winnsboro, SC; E.C. Kropp in Milwaukee, WI; and Cline Photo in Chattanooga, TN.
n.d. Trade card for the Hotel Nantasket. Color printed by the Forbes Co. 3" X 5". Comical image of diners with a Black waiter.
London: T.C. Lewis, n.d. . Aquatint engraving (11" X 14 1/2", within the plate mark, 10" X 13 5/8"). Drawn by W. Summers and engraved by Hunt. Features a large Black family in formal wear around a dining table. The facial features are in caricature, and with caption in cartoon...
n.d. Trade card advertising Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, Importers and Dealers in Stoves, Metals, Tinware... Sacramento, Cal. 4 1/8" X 2 1/2". Comical image in black and white of a Black man raging and waving his umbrella over his head.
Printed in Germany: Post mark of 1908. PBF Serie 7179. Embossed and colored post cards depicting very stylized "Darkies" with sayings such as " Oh, de rudeness of de men when dey see a handsome darkie!" and "Dere is no doubt, sah, dat I am a hairstocrat!"
Printed in Germany: Post mark of 1908. PBF Serie 7942. Embossed and colored post cards depicting very stylized "Darkies" with New Year's greetings.
New York: Dec-Jan, 1962-1963. 76p. in stapled self wraps.
n.d. Trade card advertising Clarence Brook Varnishes. Color-printed comical image of Black family swimming in the ocean.
One for Coats Threads, one for Clark'e Threads, one with scenes and pictures of stamps of South American countries.
New York: McLoughlin Brothers, n.d. [c. 1900]. Die cut book of 12 pages with color-printed stiff wrappers. Contents illustrated, including two color pages and one double page in color. Text printed in black.
V.P. (1890's). Includes 7 songs with Black themes and pictorial covers. "At a Georgia Campmeeting", Darktown Parade", "Ma Rainbow Coon", "Darktown Is Out Tonight", etc. Some very nice pictorial lithographed covers.
Columbus, OH: Mulligan Bros. Mulligan's advertising on reverse.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, (1987). First printing of this reprint. lxix, 367p. Tan cloth with black spine titles. Edited by Robert G. O-Meally. Includes Adams' "Nigger to Nigger"
Chicago: Follett Publishing, (1977). First edition. xviii, 285p. Multicolor printed cloth.
New York: 1860. 144p. in printed wraps.
Washington DC: (C. Alexander, Printer), 1856-64. 53 Issues. Vol. 32, nos. 1, 3-5, 8-12; Vol. 33, nos. 1-5, 7-8, 10-12; Vol. 34, nos. 1-5, 10; Vol. 35, nos 1, 3-11; Vol. 36, no. 1, 3-5, 7-8, 10-11; Vol. 37, nos. 5-6, 8; Vol. 38, nos. 3-4, 6-7, 9-10; Vol. 40...
Anderson, IN: Warner Press, (1931). Small octavo. x, 11-118p. Illustrated. Blue cloth with titles and vignette in black. Scarce.
New Lisbon, OH: Anti-Slavery Bugle, n.d. [c. 1830'2]. Second edition of 10,000, but rare none-the-less. Four-page offprint tract.
New York: Citadel Press, (1971). First edition. 324p. Silver-titled green cloth.
New York: Putnam's, 1875. 256p. Illustrated, including fold-out frontispiece and printed music. Embossed terra-cotta cloth with titles in gilt on spine and upper cover. Work p. 418; Blockson 515.
New York: W.W. Norton, (1960). First edition. 155p. Gilt-titled red cloth.