Tuskegee, Al, 1914. vii,,448pp. Original red printed wrappers. Wrappers soiled and chipped. Even tanning to text, some light wear and chipping at edges. Good plus. Part history, part handbook, the NEGRO YEAR BOOK provides "a succinct, comprehensive and impartial review of the events of the year which affect the interests and indicate the progress of the race. ... It seeks to be at once a permanent record of current events, an encyclopaedia of historical and sociological facts, a directory of persons and a bibliographical guide to the literature of the subjects discussed." With information on suffrage in different states, various laws, and statistical information regarding education and populations. Likewise, the work contains listings for black establishments and services. (Inventory #: WRCAM52168)
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