The Song of the Cotton Picker.
Introduction by Archibald Rutledge. With photographs by Carl Julien. Photos and poems that document the songs and daily life of the “gullah Negroes” of South Carolina; their humor and philosophy. Song topics are as diverse as selling a hen to loading cotton to baptizement. A modest production.
Description: The Song of the Cotton Picker.
Clinton, SC: Jacobs Press, 1942. First Edition. 8vo. ix, 148pp. Red cloth with large paste-down photo pictorial illustration and title label to front cover, without dust jacket. Illustrated with halftones from original photographs. Owner’s inscription to front blank. A near fine copy.
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