First issue of the first extensive printed record of the tales of Brer Rabbit and other oral traditions kept by enslaved African Americans before emancipation, in the scarce yellow bindings, and rarely seen in this condition.
Inscribed first printing of Morrison's masterpiece, based on the true story of Margaret Garner, a fugitive slave who killed her daughter upon capture in order to prevent her from experiencing the horrors of slavery.
Advance uncorrected galley proof of the first American edition from the consummate psychological mystery novelist, whose works Ian Rankin called "consistently better work than most Booker winners put together."
First printing of this classic photobook in which Sherman's portraits — always of herself, but almost always nearly unrecognizable — exploring the fluidity of identity and the performative nature of gender.
First edition of this posthumous biography of the man who served as the model for the freedman in Lincoln Park's Emancipation Memorial statue, the copy of Transcendentalist poet Christopher Pearse Cranch.