Finding a Way Out. An Autobiography.
A Remarkable Life
A Virginia-native and Hampton Institute student, Moton (1867-1940) was a protégé of Booker T. Washington and upon the death of his mentor was named Principal of the Tuskegee Institute in 1915. Moton became one of the leading black educators of the country and significantly increased Tuskegee’s endowments, among many other accomplishments. [DANB]
Description: Finding a Way Out. An Autobiography.
Garden City, New York and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1922. ix, pp., indexed, later edition. Publisher’s green gilt-lettered cloth; top-edge gilt. Exceptionally clean copy; very good or better.
Work p475. Blockson Collection 2825 (ref).