London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1991. A scarce photo-documentary of black life in Notting Hill. . First Edition. Paperback. Fine.
London: Hackney Reading Centre, 1979. Pamphlet, 34 pages, with photographs. The author's account of his travels from Jamaica to the USA and to London, in search of employment. . First Edition. Pamphlet. Very Good.
Chicago: Johnson Publishing Co Inc , 1983. In 1973, the publishers of Ebony magazine, a monthly periodical aimed at African American readers, expanded its readership to include children by producing 'Ebony Jr!'. Along with puzzles, craft projects, stories by and about readers, puzzles and cartoons, it also featured elements of black culture and history. This is the Christmas and Kwanzaa issue, published in December 1983. It contains a short story by Wole Soyinka. Chipped a little at the spine ends, and with a small piece missing from the bottom of the front cover; internally in near-fine condition. 46 pages.. First Edition. Magazine. Very Good.
London: Christian Age, 1877. Hardback. This volume was published in 1877, and is not a modern copy of any kind. Decorated boards with bevelled edges, and gilt and debossed detailing on front and spine. All edges gilt. Internally very good, with just a little foxing to the first couple of pages. Frontispiece portrait of the author, with tissue guard. The hinges are cracked.and loose.. Hardcover. Good.
London: South African Congress of Trade Unions, 1988. Pamphlet, 37 pages. . First Edition. Pamphlet. Near Fine.
London: Faber and Faber, 1956. Hardback with dustjacket. First edition, second impression. The book is near fine, with just a small signature on the front endpaper. The dustjacket is unclipped and in pretty good condition; there are bumps to the corners and spine ends and one bump mid-spine, a small tear and slight chipping to the top of the spine.. First Edition, Second Impression. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.
London: Centre for Writers and Journalists from the Exploited World, 1972. Six issues of this black socialist newspaper. Volume 1: no 1(January 1972); no 3/4 (March/April 1972); no 5 (May 1972); no 6 (June 1972); no 9/10 (Sept/Oct 1972). Volume 2: no 1/2 (Jan/Feb 1973). All in near-fine condition. . First Edition. Newspaper. Near Fine.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1931. Hardback, first edition. Black boards in excellent condition, with bright gilt titles on the spine and the publisher's embossed logo in bright gilt on the front. Internally near fine. Laid in is a compliments slip from the London publisher (P S King and Son) dated 21 July 1931. The book was previously in the collection of the Royal Statistical Society, London, and the Society's stamp is on the front endpaper, along with a very small inscription.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1934. This is the first edition, published in 1934, and NOT a reprint of any kind. Dark green boards with bright gilt titles on the spine and the embossed stamp of the publisher on the front cover. This book was previously in the collection of the Royal Statistical Society in London, and has the Society's stamp on a couple of pages. Internally fine but for a faint mark to the top of the front endpaper and the inside front cover.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.
Tony Aitman , 1994. The first three catalogues of black literature produced by socialist and bookseller Tony Aitman. . First Edition. Pamphlet. Near Fine.
Detroit: BEWICK/ED, 1978. Paperback in fine condition.. Paperback. Fine.
New York: The Crisis Publishing Co Inc , 1955. This is NOT a modern reprint of any kind, but a complete run of original issues for the year 1955 (volume 62, numbers 1 to 10). Nicely bound in green boards, with bright gilt titles on the spine. Has the bookplate and stamp of the London School of Economics and Political Science.. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine.
New York: Afro-American Research Institute, 1967. August 1967 issue of this Afro-American journal. 23 pages. Features include: 'Open letter to Roy Wilkins' by Lawrence P Neal, 'Newark-Detroit-Black Power' (editorial),' Black Power Conference' by L H Stanton, 'Black Writers Must Be Free!' by Timothy Phoenix, 'Trap of the Radicals' by Jphn D Copping.. First Edition. Journal. Near Fine.
Merseyside Area Profile Group and Runnymede Trust, 1986. One small signature inside the front cover.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine.
London: HarperCollins, 2003. Hardback with dustjacket. There is an inscription on the front endpaper, otherwise the book is in fine condition, as is the dustjacket.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine.
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004. Signed and inscribed by the author. Hardback with dustjacket. Not a modern reprint. The book is in fine condition, the dustjacket has a few minor marks on the back.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine.
San Francisco: The Black Panther Party, 1969. The newspaper of the Black Panther Party, dated Saturday 11 October 1969. Front and back pages becoming detached, with some small tears where folded horizontally; chips to the edges.. First Edition. Newspaper. Good.
London: Allison and Busby, 1986. Paperback in very good condition. Would be fine, but a very small piece is missing from the top corner of the back cover. . First Edition. Paperback. Very Good.
Friends of Move, 1996. A revised, updated and expanded edition of the 1991 publication '20 Years on the Move'. 72 pages. There is a small mark at the bottom of the last page and the inside of the back cover, otherwise the condition is fine.. Paperback. Near Fine.
Ames: Iowa State University Press , 1989. Hardback with dustjacket. Both fine.. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.