Detroit: 1985 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket 446 pages; 8vo (9.25") 24 cm; Full bugundy-red cloth, gold lettering, 36 + 371 + 34 + 8 pages, 2 indexes, several
tables and appendixes, dozens of b/w photos and illustrations with captions.; This edition edited and published by John M. Green, historian, Museum of African American History.; Copyright 1915. This is a facsimile reprint, 1968, 3rd printing, 1985. Isbn 093531900X.; From the introduction: 'In January, 1915, Governor Ferris singled out Charles A. Warren, a Negro assistant on his staff, to issue invitations to 57 Negro citizens of Michigan, of various occupations, to meet with the Governor to plan and install an exhibit at the Lincoln Jubilee and [publish] a manual showing the professional, political, religious and educational achievements of Michigan citizens of Negro ancestry'.; Textblock shows light foxing to all edges. Otherwise only minor shelfwear to book and jacket. No other marks or flaws.
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