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Congressman John E. Rankin, patriot, Christian, statesman
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Congressman John E. Rankin, patriot, Christian, statesman

By Smith, Gerald L.K., comp

St. Louis, Missouri: Christian Nationalist Crusade, 1950. Pamphlet. 38p., wraps, paper browned, corners slightly bumped else very good conditon, 5.25x7.5 inches. Anti-Semitic racist work, praising Rankin for his opposition to "The Zionist apostate Jews," "All mongrelizers," Walter Winchell and our favorite "His fearless exposure of Albert Einstein, Red agent and propagandist.

$65.00

Support the United League of Mississippi. Community program [handbill]
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Support the United League of Mississippi. Community program [handbill]

San Francisco: Anti-Bakke Decision Coalition, 1979. 8.5x14 inch handbill printed both sides, very good. Announces an Oakland event featuring Skip Robinson and Lewis Myers, who were touring the west coast to spread word about the situation in Tupelo, Mississippi.

$15.00

Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959
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Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959

By Dunbar, Anthony P.

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1981. Hardcover. ix, 306p., illus.,very good condition in like dj.

$25.00

Duties, pleasures and conflicts; essays in struggle, introduction by James Baldwin
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Duties, pleasures and conflicts; essays in struggle, introduction by James Baldwin

By Thelwell, Michael. James Baldwin introduction

Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1987. Paperback. xxii, 258p., softbound, a trade-size paperback in 9x6 inch glossy wraps; nice clean copy with, laid in, a small promotional photograph of Thelwell. Includes materials on the civil rights movement (especially in Mississippi) and its aftermath, as well as Thelwell's literary criticism.

$15.00

Jimmie Rodgers and the Railroadmen Memorial Day; May 26, 1953, Meridian, Mississippi
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Jimmie Rodgers and the Railroadmen Memorial Day; May 26, 1953, Meridian, Mississippi

By [Rodgers, Jimmie]

Meridian: Meridian Star and Meridian Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1953. [12p. including covers]8.5x10.75 inches, illustrated with photos of Rodgers, Meridian, MS hoy faloy and performers including Ernest Tubb, Hank Snow, Lefty Frizzell, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff, Red Foley etc. very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. Program for the dedication of the Memorial Monument to the late Jimmie Rodgers on the 20th anniversary of his death.

$45.00

Black Votes Count; Political Empowerment in Mississippi after 1965
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Black Votes Count; Political Empowerment in Mississippi after 1965

By Parker, Frank R.

Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1990. Paperback. xvi, 254p., softbound in 9x6 inch glossy wraps, a perfectly clean sound copy that author Parker has warmly inscribed and signed on the half-title.

$15.00

Om Krishna 1: special effects
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Om Krishna 1: special effects

By Ford, Charles Henri

Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1979. Paperback. 58p. + [4p] biographical information, chronology, #47/100 copies signed on a tipped-in original color photo, very good first edition in decorative white cloth boards and unclipped white decorative dj. Ford was an American poet, novelist and artist who edited the Surrealist magazine "The View" He was co-author with Parker Tyler of the gay novel "The Young and Evil" and was an inspiration and mentor to Andy Warhol. He also inspired Warholl and was involved in the surrealist piece "Silver Flower Coo.

$125.00

Mississippi; a chronology of violence and intimidation in Mississippi since 1961
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Mississippi; a chronology of violence and intimidation in Mississippi since 1961

By Minnis, Jack

Atlanta: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1963. 20p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound wraps. Very good. "Research was done originally by Jack Minnis and published in the Congressional Record, April 4, 1963. Minnis has brought the record up to date for this publication." - blurb inside front cover.

$200.00

Voluntary resettlement of American Negroes in Africa
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Voluntary resettlement of American Negroes in Africa

By Bilbo, Theodore G.

Washington DC: GPO, 1939. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, 9x11 inches. Edgewear at top of front cover, otherwise very good. Text from the Congressional Record of a speech by the senator from Misssissippi calling for African-American "repatriation" in order to prevent the "commingling of the blood streams" and the destruction of white civilization.

$75.00

Soul Sister
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Soul Sister

By Halsell, Grace

London: Collins, 1970. Hardcover. 211p., very good first UK edition in boards and price-clipped dj. Black like she -- six months in Harlem and in the Mississippi Delta overview. Introduction by Winthrop Jordan.

$15.00

Wives, Mothers and other women: poems about women and their issues
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Wives, Mothers and other women: poems about women and their issues

By Anderson, Rachell N.

Springfield: Marriage and Family Life Education Center, 1988. Paperback. 48p., introduction, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Self-published book by the African American marriage counselor living in Springfield, Illinois. She was born, raised and practiced in Mississippi.

$45.00

Wives, Mothers and other women: poems about women and their issues
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Wives, Mothers and other women: poems about women and their issues

By Anderson, Rachell N.

Springfield: Marriage and Family Life Education Center, 1988. Paperback. 48p., introduction, gift inscription otherwise a very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Self-published book by the African American marriage counselor living in Springfield, Illinois. She was born, raised and practiced in Mississippi.

$40.00

Administration of justice in Mississippi; a report of the  Mississippi Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
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Administration of justice in Mississippi; a report of the Mississippi Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights

By Mississippi Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights

Washington: the Commission, 1963. Pamphlet. 33p., wraps, ex library (newspaper library) with stamp on title page and front wrap, and one page (on police conduct) heavily bracketed in ballpoint; else good condition. Cover title - "Report on Mississippi

$45.00

The Kudzu, Vol. 1, No. 8, February 5, 1969; Subterranean News from the Heart of Ole Dixie
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The Kudzu, Vol. 1, No. 8, February 5, 1969; Subterranean News from the Heart of Ole Dixie

Jackson, MS, 1969. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, lightly tanned, illus., a couple of small closed tears at bottom edge, else very good. Southern underground newspaper, a "Mississippi Student News Project," with both news of MS universities and colleges and broader countercultural subjects. Includes report on demonstrations at Nixon's inauguration in D.C., full-page letter from Jerry Rubin about his legal woes and police harrassment, reviews of Beggar's Banquet and Two Virgins, etc.

$18.00

Wimminspace News: year 1, vol. 3, August 1992
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Wimminspace News: year 1, vol. 3, August 1992

Jackson, MS: Wimminspace, 1992. Four panel newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, semi-glossy stock, news, poems, services and resources, ads, very good. Cover story on Marla BB with her "hot" Sassy mama Lesbian Blues By volume they mean issue so the third issue of this newsletter.

$20.00

Full speed ahead; address to the Annual Youth Awards Dinner at the 60th NAACP Convention, Jackson, Mississippi, July 3, 1969
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Full speed ahead; address to the Annual Youth Awards Dinner at the 60th NAACP Convention, Jackson, Mississippi, July 3, 1969

By Wilkins, Roy

New York: NAACP Special Contribution Fund, 1969. 14x15.5" broadside, printed two sides, folded down to apmhplet size with a cover title of "Freedom's Road is Long and Hard.

$25.00

A death in the Delta; the story of Emmett Till
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A death in the Delta; the story of Emmett Till

By Whitfield, Stephen J.

New York: The Free Press, 1988. Hardcover. xiv, 193p. + 18p. photographs, publisher's sheets for review laid in, first printing, very good condition in like dj.

$15.00

Sunbelt revolution, the historical progression of the civil rights struggle in the Gulf South, 1866-2000
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Sunbelt revolution, the historical progression of the civil rights struggle in the Gulf South, 1866-2000

By Hyde, Samuel C., Jr., ed

Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2001. Hardcover. x, 275p., very good condition in a slightly faded dj.

$20.00

Message in my Pen
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Message in my Pen

By Hill-Dudley, Luella

Antioch, CA: Straight from the Heart Associates, 2012. Paperback. 139p. Inscribed, signed and dated 2013 by the author on the first page; cover is color photography including a portrait (or two) of author. Back cover has a light crease, else very good in wraps. Mississippi-born, California-raised African American writer.

$18.00

Ask me now
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Ask me now

By Young, Al

New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1980. Hardcover. 294p., first edition, Very good in dj with a small 'poke' hole near the bottom of the spine, small piece of internal inexpert tape reinforcement covering hole. Ocean Springs, Mississippi born African American novelist, raised in the rural South and urban Detroit, now living in the San Francisco bay area.

$12.00

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