The Negro Wage Earner.
Signed by co-author Lorenzo Greene. “The purpose of [this] study is to show the various occupations in which Negroes have been employed and to determine whether or not they have increased or decreased their numbers in these various lines ... The study, therefore, might be entitled the development of the Negro in the occupations” [v, Introduction].
Description: The Negro Wage Earner.
Washington, D.C: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc, (1930). First edition. 388pp. 8vo. Publisher’s green cloth, without scarce dust jacket. Inscribed and Signed by Lorenzo Greene. Rubber stamps on front endpapers of “The March on Washington Community Book Shop.” Spine sunned; faded call number to base of spine; old small glue residue to rear pastedown; good.