Boston: Shepard, Clark and Brown, 1857. , 394 pp., . 8vo. Cloth. First edition. From the short preface: "To upraise the undeservedly fallen, and make the sitters upon stolen thrones to feel their false position, constitute a theme for inspiration." Fraying along the spine ends, tear to one gutter, roll...
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New York: John Day Company, 1966. 30,  pp. Portrait frontis. 8vo. Cloth. First edition. Signed by the Buck on the half-title. One of 1000 copies of Buck's address to the American Library Association,1966. A fine copy with only a hint of rubbing at the upper corners, lacking the unprinted glassine jacket.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. 278 pp. 8vo. Cloth. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the free front end paper. A near fine copy in a near fine lightly rubbed dust jacket.
Paris: Rieder, 1933. 411 pp. 8vo. Three quarter morocco over marbled boards, gilt title and decoration, marbled endpapers, original wrapper bound in, sewn-in silk bookmark. First French edition. Paul Nizan, trans. Text in French. A very good+ copy, clean, crisp, and unmarked with a little foxing on the original front wrapper.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1904. , 309,  pp. Illus. with 6 b/w plates. Sm. 8vo. Green cloth with gilt titles and blind stamped banjos to front board and spine. First edition. Illus. by Edward Windsor Kemble. Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872-1906), son of ex-slaves, was the first African-American...