The Angry Black South: Southern Negroes Tell Their Own Story

New York: Corinth Books, 1962. First Edition. 8vo (8 x 5 1/2 inches; 225 x 137 mm), 159, [1] pages in printed wrappers. INSCRIBED by Glenford Mitchell: "To Mrs. Veal / with my compliments and / appreciation. / Glenford / 2/4/62." Seven essays on the black struggle for civil rights in the South. Besides Mitchell, contributors include Charles B. Robson, Edgar N. French, F. Henderson Moore, William H. Peace III, and Robert B. Gore. No other signed copies in commerce as of March 2020. SCARCE SIGNED. Item #2206

CONDITION: Wrappers rubbed and soiled, with spine showing some flaking at the joints. Pages heavily toned; a few pages at the front have been pulled partially loose. Some page edges a bit brittle and have tears, a few stains to end papers. Former owner's name to title page. About Good only.

Price: $150.00

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