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Los Angeles: University of California Press. 2015. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 286 pages. 4to, orange cloth, d.w. Los Angeles: University of California Press, (2015). First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Beautifully illustrated catalogue printed to accompany the first major museum retrospective of Lewis, the sole Aftrican American artist of his generation to commit his career to abstraction.
Brookfield: Millbrook Press, 1997. Illustrated in black and white by Melanie Reim. small 4to, black leatherette, dust wrapper. Brookfield: Millbrook Press, 1997. A near fine copy aside for library markings. Overall very good. Ex-lib, with most of library markings removed. The autobiography, "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" by Harriet Jacobs, retold for a younger audience.
Boston: Charles E. Brown, 1892. Illus. by G. W. Brenneman. 8vo, pictorial boards, spine and edges of corners worn, boards lightly soiled, partial browning to endpapers, front flyleaf, and last blank page. Boston Charles E. Brown, 1892. Text is the words of the song by Stephen Foster with illustrations. The first two pages contain vocal and piano music and part of the lyrics. The first page of the music is lightly soiled in the bottom margin.
New York: Grossman, 2010. Many finely printed photogravure illustrations by the author. 208 pages. 4to, black printed wrappers. New York: Grossman, no date . First edition. Small repair at foot of spine; last dozen pages are rippled and book is faintly musty; overall still a very good copy of this important book, signed by the author. Inscribed by Freed in red ink on the front endpaper, to noted graphic designer Herb Lubalin, dated 1969.
Philadelphia: William Stavely, 1838. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 359pp. 12mo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, scattered light foxing. Philadelphia: William Stavely, 1838. Author was a rector of St. David's Church in Philadelphia and an abolitionist. There are several chapters in favor of the colonization of Liberia.