New York: University of America Press, 1982. Paperback. Very Good. Paperback. First Edition. Scarce. Focuses on four men who worked to make Baltimore a "just and liveable city for blacks" including Elisha Tyson, William Watkins, George Alexander Hackett, and Isaac Myers. Ex-library with markings in pen to title page and dedication page. No library markings to binding. Bound in white paper wrappers with dark green title to spine and front cover. Very light soiling to spine and covers, else clean and bright. A few minor splits to binding, but all pages remain bound. 335 pages. Includes notes, select bibliography, list of sources, and index. BALT/070616.
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