Inscribed first printing of this collection of short biographies of prominent Black people, as well as a brief summary of Maryland history with a focus on the state's Black population, written by a formerly enslaved man – inscribed to Black suffragist Addie Hunton.
Commemorative illustrated booklet, with menu and program, from the June 24, 1965 dinner honoring the campaign work of Senator Warren G. Magnuson and Representative Michael J. Kirwan and the restoration of a Democratic majority in both houses under the Johnson administration.
First edition of this anthology of Locke's philosophical writings, some previously unpublished, each "directly arguing for, criticizing, or expressing a fundamental notion of race, culture, civilization, identity, or value."
By Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, with plates after portraits by Charles Bird King
Important edition of the monumental visual record of Native American leaders, including an extensive account of the original 1836-44 folio edition, biography of the original authors, and the infamous Smithsonian fire — all new to this edition.
Early printing, scarce in any form, of this persuasive essay on the double standard in the application of American laws to Black people and white people, including chapters on lynching and segregation.