Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1952. Hardcover. G (Ex-art library, with plastic spine label, i.d. marks on book block edges and outermost pages, incl. rear pocket; cover and top book block edge are lightly soiled; pages are clean.). Brown cloth, gilt letters on spine, light green paper dust jacket in mylar cover; 324 pp. Considers of the life and work of African American author, lawyer, and activist Charles Waddell Chestnutt (1858-1932), and told by his daughter. He was awarded the Spingarn Medal for his "pioneering work as a literary artist depicting the life and struggle of Americans of Negro descent and for his long and useful career as scholar, worker, and freeman of one of America's greatest cities." (dj). (Inventory #: 159415)
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