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A Renaissance in Harlem: Lost Voices of an American Community by  Ed  Lionel C. - First Edition, 2nd Printing - 1999 - from after-words bookstore and Biblio.com

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A Renaissance in Harlem: Lost Voices of an American Community

by Bascomb, Lionel C., Ed

Condition: Very Good -/Good +


New York, NY: Avon, 1999. A nice reading copy. Pages are clean and bright. Binding is tight. Book and jacket show some shelfwear. Jacket has been mylared for protection. . First Edition, 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good -/Good +. Mylared.


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