The Works of Francis J. Grimke. [Vol. 4, only]
Volume four only of a four volume set of collected essays, addresses, sermons, and letters by and to anti-slavery and civil rights activist Francis James Grimké (1850–1937), an African American member of the noted Grimké family of Charleston, South Carolina. Grimké was a Princeton-trained Presbyterian minister associated with W.E.B Du Bois’ Niagara Movement that actively opposed racial segregation and disenfranchisement.
Please note: We do not have the other 3 volumes from this set or any immediate prospects of locating them. All volumes from this set have become virtually unobtainable.
Description: The Works of Francis J. Grimke. [Vol. 4, only]
Washington, D.C.: The Associated Publishers, Inc., (1942). First Edition. 592pp. Publisher’s brown cloth with black spine titling. Old discoloration to covers; internally, very good and clean, all the way throughout.