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Vietnam

By: (Bond, Julian)

Price: $400.00

Publisher: (Not Identified), (Not Identified): ca. 1967

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16423


Stapled, comic book styled book in black and white white title on front. This copy has some light age-toning mainly on edges along with light, general wear from usage. Overall it is VG, perhaps slightly better. The cover drawing on this comic is signed by T. G. Lewis and dated '67. There is no other publication information or indication of the author. However, the story was written by Julian Bond after he was denied his seat in the Georgia Legislature because he had agreed with the SNCC statement opposing the Vietnam War. The story is a history of the War, and opposition to it, especially by b... View more info

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Typed Letter, Signed by Julian Bond, to Hy Gardner, Concerning Presidential Campaign, 1975

By: Bond, Julian

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Atlanta, Julian Bond: 1975

Seller ID: 15878

Condition: Near Fine


Typed letter, signed by Civil Rights Leader, Julian Bond. Bond was a co-founder of the Student Non-Violent Co-Ordinating Committee, President of the NAACP and President of the Southern Poverty Law Center. He also served twenty years in the Georgia Legislature. This letter, addressed to radio and TV personality, Hy Gardner, discusses Bond's possible run for President in 1975-76. Intriguing content. The letter shows almost no wear or aging. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 1 pages View more info

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Lift Every Voice and Sing : A Celebration of the Negro National Anthem

By: Bond, Julian and Sondra Kathryn Wilson (eds.)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Random House: 2000

Edition: 1st Edition, Stated; First Printing

Seller ID: 14322

ISBN: 0679463151

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


Book is fine except for some light corner bumps. Jacket has only very minor edge and corner wear. The book is a full history of James Weldon Johnson and his brother, Rosamond Johnson's composition, Lift Every Voice and Sing, termed the Negro National Anthem. A personal letter (2 pp.) to Lannie Davis from Heather Booth, Executive Director, at the time, of the NAACP National Voter Fund, is laid in. The letter includes a personal note in Booth's handwriting. Lannie Davis may be the lawyer and political commentator, Lanny Davis, who has worked for various Civil Rights and Democratic causes. I hav... View more info