RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

Featured items that David R. Spivey Rare Books plans to bring to RMBPF 2008.
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Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey
Garvey, Marcus; Jacques-Garvey, Amy (Editor)
Description: Copy has been professionally rebacked with the ORIGINAL scuffed SPINE laid over with bumped and worn corners, bumped upper board extremities, and lightly scuffed boards. Copy is SIGNED by Garvey's friend and associate, Richard Hilton Tobitt, to Bishop Vernon "with the hope that readi ng this volume may give a clearer concept of the real character and worth of the indomitable race leader marcus Garvey." Tobitt was involved in the writing og the UNIA Declaration of Rights in 1920, and was a close associate, and pivotal member, of Garvey's movement. Copy comes housed in a handsome cloth SLIP-CASE made by our Master English Book Binder. A stunning item!. Bookseller Inventory # 56486 $500.00
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Information, Respecting The History, Condition And Prospects Of The Indian Tribes Of The United States: Collected And Prepared Under The Direction Of The Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Per Act Of Congress Of March 3d, 1847 Schoolcraft, Henry R.; Park, Hugh (Edited By) Description: All Six Volumes have been skillfully bound in 3/4, five band, decoratively stamped brown LEATHER with handsomely marbled boards, and gilt-stamped red LEATHER title placard at the spine. Volume One has been INSCRIBED by George Moneypenny, Commissioner Of Indian Affairs at the time of publication. Due to the era of its publication, this set is said to be the most complete Aboriginal record of the North American Continent, and includes tribal histories, folklore, art, architecture, etc. All volumes are thoroughly illustrated by numerous Eminent Artists (including Western Artist, Engineer, and Explorer Seth Eastman). A stunning set of this rare Western Americana Classic and the finest available on the open market in 20+ years!. Bookseller Inventory # 37164 $25,000.00

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