History’s Missing Pages … The Journal of Negro History. [Prospectus; Carter G. Woodson]
“The only major reference work which reflects the Negro’s role in the development of our country”
Prospectus for the cloth-bound 54-volume set of the Journal of Negro History, published since 1916 by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH). The Journal was co-founded by Black bibliophile Jesse E. Moorland and Carter G. Woodson, the “Father of Black History,” both men founders of Negro History Week, now celebrated as Black History Month. The prospectus was jointly issued by ASNLH and the firm United Publishing Corporation. The prospectus includes a tribute to Dr. Woodson and sample pages focused on the set’s new cumulative index, plus it touts the promise of “continual up-dating” via a new proposed annual yearbook beginning with the year 1969 “now on press.”
Description: History’s Missing Pages … The Journal of Negro History. [Prospectus; Carter G. Woodson]
Washington, D.C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, c1969. pp. Pamphlet. 9 x 6 inches. Illustrated color, stiff paper wrappers; stapled. Half tone portrait. Near FIne.