Black Bibliography. California State College, Hayward. [cover title]

Selective catalog of books in the library of California State College, Hayward, on “the role of the Black American in our country’s history since the first twenty African captives were landed at Jamestown, Virginia in 1619.” An early endeavor by a academic library to take stock of its holdings at a time when Black Studies courses and departments were on the rise.

The catalog is divided into 17 major sections such as Slavery, Colonization Schemes and Abolitionism; Black Americans and Their Political and Civil Rights, 1944+; Black Americans: Race, Racism and Prejudice; Black Americans as City Dwellers; Black-White Dialogue – NAACP to Black Panthers; Black Americans as Creators and Interpreters in the Arts; and Black Americans: Biography and Autobiography. Approximately 1300 entries, each with the library’s call number and bibliographic details.

Description: Black Bibliography. California State College, Hayward. [cover title]

[Hayward: California State College, 1969]. 143pp. Quarto. Stiff paper covers; stapled. Near fine.


Price: $75.00