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12 Million Black Voices Text by Richard Wright 1941 First Edition Book

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12 Million Black Voices, First Published in 1941, Combines Wright's Prose with Startling Photographs Selected by Edwin Rosskam from The Security Farm Administration Files Compiled During the Great Depression.

From Crowded, Rundown Farm Shacks to Harlem Storefront Churches, the Photos Depict the Lives of Black People in 1930s America.


This Vintage Book Is in Good Shape for Its Age with No Rips or Tears. Please Note the Previous Owner Signed and Dated This Book in Pen.

12 Million Black Voices Is an Excellent Addition to Your Black American History Collection or Home Library.

Please Use Pictures as A Guide. Have Any Questions or Need More Pictures, Ask.

Book Dimensions:10x7x1


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