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The Negro and His Music

By: Locke, Alain

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Port Washington, Kennikat Press: 1968

Edition: First Edition Thus; First Printing

Seller ID: 13441

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


Yellow-green cloth with black titles on spine. Some light general wear and aging. Still square and securely bound. Former owner's name in ink on ffep. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 142 pages; This work was written by the noted African-American scholar and Harlem Renaissance figure before the blues revival of the 1960's. Interesting view of black music while the Delta blues were still being sung by many of the originals. This copy is a special reprint by Kennikat Press. View more info

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The Negro and His Music

By: Locke, Alain

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Washington, The Associates in Negro Folk Education: 1936

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 10827

Condition: Very Good-


Stapled tan wraps with decoration and tan titles inside decoraton. Chipping on edges, front and rear. But still square with a secure binding. Overall light aging and some interior underlining in pencil. This work was written by the noted African-American scholar and Harlem Renaissance figure before the blues revival of the 1960's. Interesting view of black music while the Delta blues were still being sung by many of the originals. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 142 pages View more info

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Autograph Letter Hampton Institute

By: Locke, Alain

Price: $750.00

Publisher: Washington DC, Alain Locke: 1927

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 15447

Condition: Near Fine


Alain Locke. Autograph Letter Signed. Washington, D.C., November 14, 1927. 1pg. To Marion Colvin Deane, a student at Hampton Institute, Virginia, who had requested an autograph. The letter includes Locke's return address in Washington as well as Deane's name and Hampton Institute. Locke writes: "Of course I am delighted to join your "autograph party"; it is indeed a pleasure that you value me enough to include me. Certainly my hobby – the artistic and cultural development of the Negro is well worth prizing – and because of that the individuals who are helping it forward…”... View more info