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1 Angelou, Maya Now Sheba Sings the Song
E.P. Dutton & Co 1987 0860689247 / 9780860689249 Paperback Good Tom Feelings 
1st British paperback edition. Light wear to edges; spine a bit sunned. NO marks or writing in book. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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2 Ashley Bryan I'm Going to Sing (Black American Spirituals, Vol. 2)
Atheneum 1982 0689309155 / 9780689309151 Hardcover Very Good Good 
Oblong hardcover in dust jacket. 2nd Printing. Reinforced binding very sturdy. NOT ex-library. No marks or writing in book. The jacket has a bit of edgewear. A few closed tears have been archivally repaired, and the dust jacket is now protected in a clear mylar Brodart sleeve. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Sur Deux Notes, Baker, Josephine
3 Baker, Josephine Sur Deux Notes
Documents Classics 2006 Import Audio CD New 
New, unopened 2-CD set. Still sealed in original shrinkwrap, with no flaws or defects. Disc 1 features 20 songs in English; Disc 2 has 20 songs in French recorded between 1930 and 1939. La Baker at her finest! 
Price: 17.50 USD
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4 Baldwin, James James Baldwin Reads from Just Above My Head
American Audio Prose Library 1984 1556440936 / 9781556440939 Audio Cassette Fair 
Audiocassette. Ex-library book on tape. 46 minutes. One cassette. (47 min.) Our copy has the usual library labels and marks. Currently housed in a plastic clamshell case. Includes the original cassette liner notes insert.

Recorded in Amherst, Mass., Spring 1984. Excerpts from a beautiful, transformational late novel read by its author! 
Price: 25.00 USD

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Collected Black Women's Narratives (Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers), Barthelemy, Anthony G.
5 Barthelemy, Anthony G. Collected Black Women's Narratives (Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers)
Oxford University Press 1990 0195066693 / 9780195066692 Paperback As New 
Like new with no marks or flaws. Covers have a trace of rubbing. No damage or defects. 368 pages.

From the publisher's website, "...these autobiographical narratives offer keen insight into four vastly different lives. Nancy Prince, born free in Massachusetts in 1799, tells of her exotic travels to Europe, Russia, and Jamaica. Susie King Taylor, who gained freedom by escaping behind Union lines with her family in 1862, records her experiences as a teacher, laundress, and nurse with the Union army, and her later experiences during the Reconstruction. Bethany Veney recounts her years in slavery and in freedom, tracing her spiritual growth throughout her life. And Louisa Picquet, who gained freedom in the late 1840s from the man who held her as slave and concubine, focuses on her life as a sexual victim and on her efforts to buy her mother out of slavery. " 
Price: 15.00 USD

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6 Bedesky, Baron Peary & Henson: the Race to the North Pole (In the Footsteps of Explorers)
Crabtree Pub Co 2006 0778724263 / 9780778724261 Hardcover New 
Bright, clean hardcover. No dust jacket, as issued. No signs of handling. 32 pages; illustrated. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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7 Biggers, John; Carroll Simms, and John Edward Weems Black Art in Houston
Texas A. & M. University Press 1978 0890960461 / 9780890960462 Hardcover Very Good Good 
Hardcover in dust jacket. Inscribed by artist Carroll Harris Simms on free front end-paper. No other marks or writing in book. Dust jacket shows some wear and tear, mostly to edges and a bit of rubbing.

A ground-breaking survey of African-American art in Houston. 
Price: 150.00 USD

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8 C. Sunny Martin Who's Who In Black Cleveland: The 2006 Edition
0976306972 / 9780976306979 Paperback Good 
Good softcover. Ex-Library copy, with the usual library stamps and labels. Marked "Withdrawn." 
Price: 12.00 USD
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9 C. Sunny Martin Who's Who In Black Cleveland: The 2006 Edition
0976306972 / 9780976306979 Good 
Softcover. Ex-library copy with a couple of labels and stamps, but Good condition overall, with no missing pages, no writing in book. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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10 Cohen, Barbara Thank You, Jackie Robinson
0606082778 / 9780606082778 Hardcover Good 
Weekly Reader's Edition, 1974. Hardcover. Binding is rubbed, and there is a stain to the fore-edge. Otherwise Very Good. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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11 Credle, Ellis Little Jeemes Henry
Thomas Nelson and Sons 1936 Hardcover Fair 
Hardcover in red pictorial cloth binding. Ex-school library copy, with considerable evidence of wear: some pages are smudged and wrinkled. Corners are worn and starting to fray. Couple of pages have edge tears. The book is an artifact of its times, racial stereotypes and all. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Frame Up: The Opening Defense Statement Made by Angela Y. Davis March 29. 1972, Davis, Angela Y.
12 Davis, Angela Y. Frame Up: The Opening Defense Statement Made by Angela Y. Davis March 29. 1972
National United Committee to Free Angela Davis 1972 Pamphlet Very Good 
Near Fine, with very slight wear to the stapled edge of the covers. NO marks or writing in booklet. Stapled 20-page revolutionary pamphlet, illustrated in black & white. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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13 Davis, Willis "Bing" Paul Laurence Dunbar: We Wear the Mask (Urban Mask Series)
Pettiford Designs 1997 Paperback Very Good 
Slim, stapled softcover art booklet. Signed by the artist, but not inscribed to anyone in particular. Light crease to lower corner on front cover; otherwise Fine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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14 Dickerson, Dennis C. Out of the Crucible (Suny Series in African American Studies)
State University of New York Press 1986 0887063063 / 9780887063060 Paperback Like New 
Clean, unread softcover. Has a trace of shelfwear / rubbing along fore-edge of front cover. No marks to book. Series: Suny Series in Afro-American Studies. Paperback: 340 pages. 
Price: 23.89 USD
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15 Dickey, Ralph Leaving Eden
Bonewhistle Press 1974 0914298097 / 9780914298090 1st Paperback Near Fine Autographed by editor
Softcover poetry book, published posthumously in 1974. First Edition. Afterword by Michael S. Harper, fellow poet and Representative of Ralph Dickey's Literary Estate. Autographed by Michael S. Harper on his Afterword page. No other marks or writing in book. Lower corner lightly bent, slightly affecting covers and text block. Otherwise Fine condition. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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16 Ellen Weissbrod (Director) Listen Up!: The Lives of Quincy Jones (2009)
Warner Home Video 2009 DVD New 
New, unopened DVD, with no marks or flaws. No sign of wear. Never opened or played. 115 minutes. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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17 Fariello, Anna Coast to Coast a Women of Color National Artists' Book Project
Radnor University 1990 Paperback Like New 
Softcover exhibition catalogue. 80 pages; illustrated. No marks or writing in book. Faint trace of shelfwear to covers. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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18 Fuller, Robert Underground to Freedom: An Account of the Anti-slavery Activities in Ashtabula County Prior to the Civil War
Jefferson, OH Gazette Printing 1977 Paperback New 
New, unread copy. Softcover in stapled wrappers. No marks or flaws; no sign of wear. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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19 Gilbert Clark (Illustrator), Mary L Shepard, Frank Ceasor Can You Count? Carpetbaggers in Action; Mr. Impossible (Black History Series)
New Day Press 1993 0913678279 / 9780913678275 Paperback New 
Bright, new softcover. No marks or flaws. 29 pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Red Hot From Harlem, Hall, Adelaide
20 Hall, Adelaide Red Hot From Harlem
Flapper 1994 Audio CD Very Good 
Almost like-new CD. Has been opened, but has no flaws or defects. No scuffs or scratches to CD; jewel case has but a trace of light handling. Overall, very presentable. What a find!

Adelaide Louise Hall (1901 1993) was an American-born jazz singer and entertainer. Her long career spanned more than 70 years from 1921 until her death in 1993; she was a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance.

Duration - 1:03:55. Genre: Vocal/Jazz, Cabaret. Recording Dates: August, 1928 - May, 1940. Track Listing 1) This Time, It's Love; 2) You Gave Me Everything But Love; 3) Rhapsody in Love; 4) I'll Never Be the Same; 5) I Must Have That Man!; 6) Minnie the Moocher; 7) Too Darn Fickle; 8) I'm Red Hot from Harlem; 9) Doin' What I Please; 10) I Got Rhythm ; 11) Strange as It Seems; 12) Chloe; 13) Solitude; 14) Say You're Mine; 15) I Get Along Without You ery Well; 16) Don't Worry 'Bout Me; 17) 'Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It); 18) Shake Down the Stars; 19) Who Told You I Cared?; 20) No Souvenirs; 21) This Can't Be Love. 
Price: 22.00 USD

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