1915;booker T.washington:own Story Of His Life;old,vtg,48 Photos,slave Narrative For Sale
UP FOR sale:
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON's
Own Story of His Life and Work;
Including an authoritative sixty-four page supplement by Albon L. Holsey. The original autobiography brought up to date with a complete account of Dr. Washington's sickness and death. Containing the only photos of the funeral and burial. The Authentic Edition
by BOOKER T. WASHINGTON,
J. L. NICHOLS & CO., Atlanta, USA, 1915,
1915 Edition: "Authentic Edition", with 48 photograph illustrations, and withupdates on the end of his life and his funeral,
This is an antique bookfrom Atlanta, 1915.It is theautobiography of Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), along with (according to the subtitle):"an authoritative sixty-four page supplement by Albon L. Holsey. The original autobiography brought up to date with a complete account of Dr. Washington's sickness and death. Containing the only photos of the funeral and burial."
In this volume,Dr. Washington discusses his life,from being born a slave to achieving greatness as an educator, author, orator and advisor.There are510 pagesin thishistoric, leather, 1915book, with 48 photos that are not in the 1900 or 1901autobiography. See actual book and contents in pics above.
InPoor/Fair Condition [ both covers present but separated, spine appears repaired, spine-edges & extremities chipped (see pics), (could use professional re-binding); otherwise, very clean, unmarked,and easily readable, textblock is square and tightly bound, all pages completely present, very well-illustrated with 48 photos with sharp contrast]462 pages text + 48 pages photos = 510 total pages,approx. 8" x5" x 2",red cloth, 3/4 leather binding, gilt titles, green-decorated endpapers,
3/4 Leather Book
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