volume II, 1917. 464p., rear board badly waterstained, with the waterstain rippling and discoloring half the textblock, hinge adjacent completely separated, cracked front hinge held only by binder's "crash." Second year (four issues) of the journal, with contributions by Woodson, Benjamin Brawley, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Mary Church Terrell, Charles H. Wesley and many others.
volume I, 1916. 462p., spine backstrip heavily-chipped at tail affecting the publishing info on spine, cloth boards heavily rubbed and darkened, corners worn and rubbed, green cloth and gilt, rear hinge split. First four issues of the journal, with contributions by Woodson, Benjamin Brawley, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Kelly Miller, Monroe Work and many others.
The Journal of Negro History
by Carter Godwin Woodson, Rayford Whittingham Logan, Association for the Study of Negro Life (Creator)
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