The Greatest of These.
The author’s first book, published in 1945. A short collection of poems from this Florida-native African American theologian, philosopher, and civil rights activist. ANB: “By 1944 Thurman left Howard to cofound the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, the first completely integrated, multicultural church in the United States, in San Francisco. This religious community emphasized the diversity of all experiences and a common faith in God.”
Description: The Greatest of These.
Mills College, California: Eucalyptus Press, 1945. ix, , 25pp., partly unopened. First Separate Edition. Cream-backed spine, light blue thin boards with title stamped in silver to the front board. Binding with some toning, light fading, one corner lightly bumped; internally, fine.
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