Jack Johnson is a Dandy, An Autobiography with Pictures.
An autobiography of Jack Johnson, the first African American heavyweight champion. “He emerged in 1926, after a twenty-seven year career in the ring, as an introspective, sensitive man who believed that his life was a full life, and above that, a human life which he felt compelled to describe in this authentic, non-“ghosted” autobiography.” (dust jacket)
Description: Jack Johnson is a Dandy, An Autobiography with Pictures.
New York, NY: Chelsea House Publishers, (1969). 262pp. 11¼ x 7½ inches. Publisher’s black cloth in dust jacket. One corner-tip of book’s front cover and jacket bumped, jacket with small tears at crown. Both very good.
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