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Fall Eclectic Auction

by Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers

October 22, 2016

St. Louis, MO, USA

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Abdul-Jabbar, K., & Steinberg, A. (1996). Black profiles in courage: A legacy of African American achievement. New York: William Morrow and Co. Signed.
Altman, S., & Kemelhor, J. (2000). Encyclopedia of African-American heritage. New York: Facts on File.
Anderson, G. (1933). Uncommon sense: The law of life in action. London: L.N. Fowler & Co. Signed.
Anderson, G. (1933). Uncommon sense: The law of life in action. London: L.N. Fowler & Co.
Barrett, L. E. (1997). The Rastafarians. Boston: Beacon Press.
Bittker, B. I. (1973). The case for Black reparations. New York: Random House.
Bontemps, A. (1961). 100 years of Negro freedom. New York: Dodd, Mead.
Boskin, J. (1986). Sambo: The rise & demise of an American jester. New York: Oxford University Press.
Brawley, B. (1929). The Negro in literature and art in the United States. New York: Duffield & Company.
Brawley, B. (1937). Negro builders and heroes. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press.
Brawley, B. (1944). Negro genius: A new appraisal of the achievement of the American negro in literature and the fine arts.
Cochran, J., & Rutten, T. (1996). Journey to justice. New York?: Random House Audio Pub. Signed.
Cose, E. (1993). The rage of a privileged class. New York: HarperCollins. Signed.
Dent, D. J. (2000). In search of Black America: Discovering the African-American dream. New York: Simon & Schuster. Signed.
Dickerson, D. J. (2004). The end of Blackness: Returning the souls of Black folk to their rightful owners. New York: Pantheon Books. Signed.
D''Souza, D. (1995). The end of racism: Principles for a multiracial society. New York: Free Press.
Farmer, J. (1998). Lay bare the heart: An autobiography of the civil rights movement. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press. Signed.
Franklin, J. H. (1963). The Emancipation Proclamation. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. Signed.
Franklin, J. H. (1993). Racial equality in America. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. Signed.
Frazier, E. F. (1966). The Negro family in the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Frazier, E. F., & American Council on Education. (1967). Negro youth at the crossways: Their personality development in the Middle States. New York: Schocken Books.
Genovese, E. D. (1965). The political economy of slavery: Studies in the economy & society of the slave South. New York: Pantheon Books.
Ginzberg, E. (1980). The Negro potential. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Greene, L. J., Woodson, C. G., & Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, inc. (1930). The Negro wage earner. Washington, DC: Association for the study of Negro life and history.
Griggs, S. E. (1969). Imperium in imperio: A study of the Negro race problem, a novel. New York: Arno Press.
Guinier, L. (1994). The tyranny of the majority: Fundamental fairness in representative democracy. New York: Free Press. Signed.
In Ginzberg, E., & Columbia University. (1968). Business leadership and the Negro crisis. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Ladd, E. C. (1966). Negro political leadership in the South. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Loury, G. C. (1995). One by one from the inside out: Essays and reviews on race and responsibility in America. New York: Free Press. Signed.
Ottley, R. (1951). No green pastures. New York: Scribner.
Ottley, R., & Weatherby, W. J. (1967). The Negro in New York: An informal social history. New York: New York Public Library.
Patterson, O. (1998). Rituals of blood: Consequences of slavery in two American centuries. Washington, DC: Civitas/CounterPoint. Signed.
Patterson, O. (1998). The ordeal of integration: Progress and resentment in America''s "racial" crisis. Washington, DC: Civitas/Counterpoint. Signed.
Robinson, R. (1998). Defending the spirit: A Black life in America. New York, N.Y.: Dutton. Signed.
Robinson, R. (2000). The debt: What America owes to Blacks. New York: Dutton. Signed.
Salzman, J. (1998). The African-American experience: Selections from the five-volume Macmillan Encyclopedia of African-American culture and history. New York: Macmillan Library Reference USA.
Scott, E. J. (1969). Negro migration during the war. New York: Arno Press.
Smith, A. D. (1994). Twilight--Los Angeles, 1992 on the road: A search for American character. New York: Anchor Books. Signed.
Tatum, B. D. (2003). "Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?": And other conversations about race. New York: Basic Books.
Van Sertima, I. (1976). They came before Columbus. New York: Random House.
Webb, F. J. (1969). The Garies and their friends. New York: Arno Press.
Williams, A. K. (2000). Being black: Zen and the art of living with fearlessness and grace. New York: Viking Compass.
Williams, J. A. (1965). This is my country too. New York: New American Library. Signed.
Williams, P. J. (1991). The alchemy of race and rights. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Signed.
Williams, W. L., & Henderson, B. B. (1996). Taking back our streets: Fighting crime in America. New York, NY: Scribner. Signed.
Wilson, C. M. (1973). The Dred Scott decision. Philadelphia: Auerbach Publishers.
Wilson, W. J. (1996). When work disappears: The world of the new urban poor. New York: Knopf. Signed.
Wilson, W. J. (1999). The bridge over the racial divide: Rising inequality and coalition politics. Berkeley: University of California Press. Signed.
Woodson, C. G. (1922). The Negro in our history. Washington, DC: Associated Publishers.

Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.

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