Legacies of a Life. Being a Collection of Thoughts Gleaned from the Public Utterances of the Late Booker T. Washington.
Unrecorded memorial keepsake for Booker T. Washington, educator, author, popular speaker, and founder of Tuskegee Institute. This keepsake—which gathers epigrams and short prose pieces by the noted orator—is beautifully printed in various type-faces, with typesetting and presswork done by students of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Alabama. The typography was designed by Louis S. Tenette, instructor of printing at Tuskegee and later newspaperman in New Orleans and Los Angeles.¹
Description: Legacies of a Life. Being a Collection of Thoughts Gleaned from the Public Utterances of the Late Booker T. Washington.
[Tuskegee, Alabama, nd, aft. 1915]. [1–4],13, [3 (blank)]pp. Large 8vo, Original, printed stiff-paper wrapper with cord tie; uncut. Light staining to covers, not affecting text; small loss to lower corner of upper cover, ink and pencil scribblings on wrappers; fair externally, internally very good, a few leaves roughly opened, bright and clean.
Not in OCLC. Not in Work. Note. 1. Flemming, Bound for Freedom, Black Los Angeles in Jim Crow America (Berkeley, Calif., 2005), p244.