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[Poetry]. Dunbar, Paul Laurence.

Poems of Cabin and Field.

Dodd Mead New York 1899 Octavo, pp. 125. Illustrated with b/w photographs by the Hampton Institute Camera Club, page decorations by Alice Morse
Dunbar, an African-American poet and the son of slaves, was a popular writer with white and black readers alike. He often wrote in dialect and his subject matter included folk tales and traditional stories. This collection of his poems is illustrated with photographs taken by students at the Hampton Institute, a school for African-American and Native American students.


Edition: Second edition
Binding: Decorated Boards With Gilt Lettering
Condition: Good+, no DJ; Shelfwear, corners bumped/rubbed, spine torn at to
Book Id: 15028

Price: $50.00

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