Very Good. First printing in wraps. From the library of African-American archivist and broadcaster Harrison Ridley, Jr., who would customarily stamp the first few pages with his ownership stamp and number each book at the bottom pages' edges in black marker. These marks present here, as well as some light tanning and wear to edges of wraps, very good condition overall.
Good+ First Printing of the paperback edition with full number line. Interior clean and unmarked. Pages show some tanning. Binding is solid. Paper wraps show mild wear and some patterned sunning. Scarce collection.
Very Good. First printing of this edition, with a new Introduction by Sterling Stuckey and drawings by E. Simms Campbell. Very good minus with water-warping to top foreedge quadrant of text block, owner-stamped top edge, rear endsheet and ffep. Rare, however. 135 pp.
First edition. An owner name affixed on a piece of paper on the front pastedown, corners a little bumped, a very good or better copy lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "Remembering a more than pleasant Sunday--Sterling A. Brown. April 22, 1934." Blockson 101. See this book in 3D on our site.
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