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"Roots" First Edition (2 copies), signed by Alex Haley, 1976
Mid 1800s hand-written poem, "The Negroes Complaint" (poem by Cowper)
Receipt for work done by Pompy Skidmore, a free Negro, Albany New York Hospital--March 13,1784
Alexandre Dumas: His Life and Works, First Edition
Innocents Abroad: The New Pilgrim's Progress by Mark Twain, First Edition, 1869
Many 16 MM films about slavery, Black History, Cab Calloway, Harlem Globetrotters, Jesse Owens, etc.
Several First Edition book of Poetry by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, with his Slavery Poems
First Edition book, Too Loo Byrd: Negro Waif, signed by author
Mills Brothers signed unpublished photo, 40s
Scarce Isabel Smith Colored Women's Club receipt book
Boxing gloves and hand written/signed letter by Muhammad Ali
NBA Basketball shoes signed by Julius "Dr. J" Erving, Chris Webber, Michael Jordan, and many others
Hand written/signed letter by noted abolitionist, Charles Sumner, March 26, 1870, with CDV
Hand written essay "The Constitution and Slavery", by L. Moore (1923?), Voorhees School, Denmark, SC
Several scarce 1936 German Olympic photo albums, with pictures of Jesse Owens
Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Decline of Secession, by W.G. Brownlow, 1862
Small, late 1800s British china pot with John Brown's home pictured on it
Original Government Printing Office Anti-Segregation poster, 1943. First one ever printed
1820s Affidavit (Will) regarding the disposition of slaves, Campbell County, VA
  Lenox, MA document mentioning a free Black man, Jerry Kotter (possibly fought in Revolutionary War), 1823
About 75 postal First Day Covers (FDC) from around the world depicting African history
Genuine First Edition of "David Livingstone's Travels and Researches in South Africa", 1858
Signed Programs (3) and ticket from Louis Armstrong's famous British Tour, July 5, 1958
1934, 1st Edition -- "Six Plays For A Negro Theatre", Walter Baker Company (pub.), by Randolph Edmonds
Early full leather copy of The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper by William Hayley, 1805
Civil War era letter from Troy Seminary (NY) referencing Rev. Beecher's talk at the school about John Brown
Two postcards (1913) written and signed by William R. Morris, Fisk U. Professor and 1st Black lawyer in MN
Extremely rare (signed) poem by Countee Cullen, 20 years of age (Dec. 12, 1923) -- "When I Am Dead"
London Illustrated News engraving of Africa's East Coast Slave Port, Mombassa, Kenya, 1875
$1000 check made out to CASH signed by Roots author, Alex Haley, Norris, TN (1988)
1933 "Sophisticated Lady", Duke Ellington sheet music
Actual poster of a Harlem Globetrotters game in San Francisco, 1957
Signed Lofton Mitchell Theatre program (2 copies), "Blood In the Night"
Hand written letter signed by abolitionist/actress Fanny Kemble, with steel engraving of her likeness
Vintage sheet music (1946) for the song "HEY! BA-BA-RE-BOP" by Lionel Hampton
1860 original engraving, "View of San Domingo, Hayti" (from the Harbor). Hand colored in line-wash mount
Handwritten letter by Joe Clark (Lean On Me)
Cotton Club Menu and Program featuring Cab Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers, 1930s
"The Negro In Our History" by Carter G. Woodson. Published by Associated Publishers, Washington, D.C.
Vintage August 1776 The Lady's Magazine (published in England), with intriguing article "The Origin of Blacks"
Vintage 1956 Lionel Hampton Program (UK) signed by Herbert Hogan (drums), Retney Bauer (tenors) & Scoville Browne( clarinet)
National Association Of Negro Musicians Program (NANM) at the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Washington, D.C., July 11, 1937
Some Account Of The Life Of Captain Paul Cuffee. Published by the Tract Association Of Friends, 1887
The Black Slaves of Prussia, An Open Letter Addressed to General Smuts by Frank Weston, Bishop of Zanzibar
The Colored Embalmer Magazine, Number Five (Chicago), 1928
110 issues of 1833 Philadelphia's National Gazette and Literary Register newspaper (Jan - June)
Paul Robeson and Lawrence Brown program (London, 1938)
Story of the Fisk Jubilee Singers and their Songs (four First Edition copies)
Unusual Staffordshire pottery figurine of John Brown and 2 small Black children , 6" tall
Original 1778 document -- census of whites, free mulattos, free blacks & slaves in various towns of Porto (Puerto) Rico
20-page 1893 article, "Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa by Henry M. Stanley, illustrated by famed Frederic Remington
Original 1775 document number of whites, free mulattos, free blacks & slaves in various towns of Cuba
Certified framed remnant of the leather driver's seat of the actual bus Rosa Parks sat in in December, 1955
Rare signed First Edition copy of Edward Matthew's autobiography of (1866)
Period 8x10 color photo of Rosa Parks' arrest, December 1955
July 9, 1938 Liberty Magazine featuring article, "How It Feels To Be A Negro" by Walter White
Original print/frame of Maj Gen Charles Cotesworth Pinckney -- Pinckney Treaty with Spain legally affected Amistad situation
The rare Methodist Magazine for 1798 printed by Henry Tuckniss, containing many sermons and poetry (some about Slavery)
Anti Slavery Struggle with Orations -- 1884, 314 pages. Book contains copies of some of the great speeches.
Young Christian Worker, Oct, 1918 - A small missionary magazine illustrated with many African American photos.
Very rare uncut sheet (4-1/2" x 6") of 12 Porter slave tags, Charleston, VA -- made from lead, dated 1856
Two original watercolor paintings of "Negroes" by London-born painter, Robert Lee (ca. 1820)
"Between You and Me" First Edition copy signed by Pearl Bailey (1989)
Williams' Original Dixie Jubilee Singers magazine
Original 1950s Father Divine booklet and photo. Father Divine (c. 1880 – September 10, 1965)

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