Good. 1957 Hardcover First Edition. 371 p. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Good with no dust jacket. Association Copy. Spine and boards mildly rubbed and edgeworn, with lettering rubbed from spine, and spine slightly sunned. Owner bookplate on front pastedown, and different owner name in pen on front free endpaper. Slight shadow toning in endpapers. Interior clean, binding tight.; tall 8vo 9"-10" tall; 371 pages; African American kvk orange/faded soccat.
Very Good- in Good ++ jacket. Shelf 1089 Clean and tight; paper browning; inscription on FFEP, " For, Pearle Bradley A wonderful new Southerner who by her many contributions has earned full rights to the title, with love and affection, Martha & Tim Ragland Dec. 7, 1957"; Pearle Bradley was a Tennessee legislator as was her husband. Martha Ragland, with Carleen Waller, led the progressive wing of the TN Democratic party; spine stip sunned; light foxing to edge of paper and areas of covers; one inch wide area at top and side of front and rear covers sunned; areas of light rubbing to corners and edges of covers; DJ has wear to the surface, edges and corners including a one inch tear at the bottom of the spine and top of rear, a two inch by half inch chip at top of spine area, very small chips at the top and bottom of flap folds; Not a book club (BC) copy. Not ex library, not a remainder.
UsedGood. Hardcover; second printing of a 1957 copyright; fading and shelf wear to ex terior; former owner's name written on front endpaper; otherwise contents i n good condition with clean text, firm binding.
Very Good in Good dust jacket. Sound binding and hinges. Clean but age-darkened pages. Cloth over boards is edge rubbed. DJ has general edge wear, overall shelf wear.; Native Southern authors' personal narrative of the American South immediately following the Brown v. Board (1954) Supreme Court decision mandating school desegregation. Focuses on the issue of integration.; 9.25" tall; 371 pages.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo. Copyright 1957. Rinehart & Company. No reprint stated-presumed First printing. Revealing contemporary insights into the myriad opinions and attitudes of Southerners to the explosive issue of school integration. NEAR FINE in VERY GOOD, unclipped, dust jacket. An exceptionally well-preserved copy, clean with no markings, pages crisp and fine. Tightly bound in fresh, unworn, peach-colored cloth hardcover. Minor rubbing to edges but almost as new. Dust jacket is clean, complete and intact (flap no clipped) with light edgewear-small chips at top of spine and a bit of creasing at edges. It is in clear archival protector. Binding tight and secure, hinges intact, book straight. 6 x 9"; 371 pages.
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