Color and Race. [Inscribed by John Hope Franklin]

Anthology of scholarly articles on race and skin color in societies and civilizations around the world including Japan, India, South Africa, Great Britain, Central America, and the United States. Inscribed and signed by the eminent Black American historian, author, civil rights activist, and editor of Color and Race, John Hope Franklin (1915–2009), who here contributes an introductory essay, “Color and Race in the Modern World.” Publisher’s complimentary presentation slip loosely inserted.

Description: Color and Race. [Inscribed by John Hope Franklin]

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1968. First edition. xvi, [1], 391 pages. 8vo. Publisher’s cloth. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket.


Price: $75.00