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Roll, Jordan, Roll

Peterkin, Julia and Doris Ulmann

  • Edition: 1st trade edition, 2nd impression
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New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1933. 1st trade edition, 2nd impression. The 70 pages of photographic studies of slaves by Doris Ulmann are stunning portrayals of the lives of African Americans in the South. This edition uses the original sheets printed by Ballou in 1933 (he is referenced on the verso of the half-title) with the Bobbs-Merrill title page. An unusual issue, the result of Ballou's bankruptcy and subsequent purchase by Bobbs-Merrill. 8vo, 251pp, 70pp photogravure illustrations. Publishers red cloth, title in black, with a damaged dust jacket with 2 rather large chips in it, one at the spine head, one at the lower front panel. Cloth with a couple of light marks, inner hinge papers are cracked but holding well and very clean internally.

Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, New York, United States
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Roll, Jordan, Roll

PETERKIN, Julia and Doris Ulmann

  • Book condition: Very Good
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New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933. Hardcover. Very Good. First trade edition, first issue. Octavo. 251pp. Illustrated from photographs. Blue cloth. Spine sunned, modest wear on the boards, about very good and lacking the dustwrapper. Peterkin's text about the descendants of slaves on a coastal South Carolina plantation, accompanied by ninety of Ulmann's inspired and exceptional gravure photographs. A classic collaboration which brought out the best in both of the participants. *Roth 101*.

Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA, New Jersey, United States
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ROLL, JORDAN, ROLL

Peterkin, Julia and Doris Ulmann (photos)

  • Book condition: Collectible - Acceptable
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Robert O. Ballou: NY. Collectible - Acceptable. New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933. 8vo Blue cloth hardcover 251 pgs. B/W photographs. Good Book. Spine discolored. Inquire if you need further information.

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Robert O. Ballou, New York, 1st edition, 1st printing, 1933. Hbk 251pp illustr b+w photos including frontispiece and 75 double-sided plates lacks dj very good clean dark blue cloth over fine firm boards showing some fading to stamped gilt spine titles but still legible and now housed in removable custom acetate jacket light even toning to both endpapers and text block with its deckled edges book will be supplied altogether a very good clean tight unmarked copy

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PETERKIN, Julia and Doris Ulmann

  • Edition: 1st Edition
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New York, Jonathan Cape [1933]., 1933. First English edition (from American sheets). 8vo. 70 full page b/w plates from photographs by Doris Ulmann. Text by Julia Peterkin. Original terra-cotta cloth stamped in black on the spine. Original dust jacket (unclipped; spine faded). Very good. 251 pages. No signature or bookplates. Pulitzer-Prize winner. Ulmann's photographs in the Pictorialist/Modernist mode capture the lives of former slaves and their progeny on a South Carolina plantation along the Gullah coast. A highly romantic view of the Southern Black American that, though now dated and politically incorrect, still magically evokes a bygone world. Cf. Roth, Book of 101 Books, p. 78-79.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

Bookseller: Houle Rare Books & Autographs, California, United States
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Peterkin, Julia and Doris Ulmann

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New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933. First Edition. 8vo; 251pp, with 75 photographs on double-sided plates, including frontispiece; original blue cloth, gilt spine, edges faded about 1/8 in, endpapers a bit aged toned, jacket chipped along all edges rubbed ("E" in Peterkin missing on spine) with creases on both front panel, very good in used jacket. Julia Mood Peterkin (1880-1961), South Carolina native, lived on her husband's two-thousand acre plantation and also had a summer home at Murrell's Inlet, a coastal village. She wrote, with realism and dignity, plantation stories and stories of the Gullah African American tenant farmers of the Sea Islands and coastal regions. She was a sympathetic and outstanding commentator of the lives of this vanishing black culture. Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) was a well-respected photographer of the period who specialized in portraying the people of the "Southern Highlands" Appalachia and the coastal blacks Peterkin wrote about. Ulman's photographs ... Read more

Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc., Maine, United States
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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: very good+
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New York: Robert Ballou, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. very good+. One of 350 copies signed by Ulmann and Peterkin on the limitation page. All ninety (90) plates present, all original glassine tissue guards present for each photo. An additional print, depicting Gullah women in a foot washing service, is laid in and is additionally signed by Ulmann. This image was used as the cover photo for a biography of Ulmann called The Darkness and the Light (1974). This spine of this copy has been cleaned and gently recolored to repair some spotting -- the spine lettering is nice and clear (all original gilt). Lacking the plain cardboard slipcase. The additional plate is signed by Ulmann and has edge chips and tears caused by the plate sticking out from the book, since it was not bound in. No soiling to the rough edge textblock (top edge gilt). There is some toning on the bottom edges of pages at the front and back of the book, but nothing touching the images, as well as some random spots of edge toning on some other ... Read more

Bookseller: Blue Sky Rare Books, California, United States
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