Which One? And Other Ante Bellum Days.
According to this author…
According to Pleasants, the South as it was —a kind and supportive environment for African-American house slaves. Preface: “I have collected four striking types of house-servants to perpetuate in print [...] what was the real ante bellum family slave.” Written mostly in dialect. Inscribed by the author to an anonymous recipient, dated in the year of the book’s publication: “Sis memor mei! Yours cordially Mary M. Pleasants / Hollins May 31st 1910.”
Description: Which One? And Other Ante Bellum Days.
Boston: James H. Earle Co., (1910). 90pp. First edition. Four halftone plates, portraits. Signed by the author. Green cloth with gilt. A very good copy.
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