An African American Miscellany: Selections from a Quarter Century of Collecting, 1970-1995, 1996, SC, NF.

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Lapsansky, Philip. Philadelphia, The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1996. 
English, Near Fine, SC, 8vo, 9" x 6", 46 pp.
ISBN: 0914076914

Beige illustrated staple bound, featuring red map illustration of Africa and South America, black lettering to front, light wear and shelf wear, otherwise, superior copy inside and out, with only the most minimal, unobtrusive wear to bindings and text-block. [4] 46 pp., replete with black-and-white photographs, Foreword, chapters: "Visions of Africa," "Africa to the Americas," "From St. Domingue to Haiti," "Slavery & Antislavery - Early Years," "Antebellum Antislavery," "Blackness & Whiteness," "African American Lives - In Their Own Words," "African American Histories & Historians," "African American Thought & Action," and "Afro-Philadelphia: Community & Culture". Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at The Library Company of Philadelphia from February 5 to September 27, 1996. From Foreword: "Thus, the Afro-Americana Collection emerged from our stacks - works on Africa spanning over 300 years; accounts of the rise and fall of slavery throughout the Americas; works on the significance of race and color; and works on black life and culture, including the writings of over 200 African Americans active before the 20th century."