Title: Out of Bondage and Other Stories
Publisher: Charles E. Tuttle Company (1936), Rutland, VT
Publication Date: 1936
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
255 pages. Rowland grew up in a home that was a stop on the Underground Railroad. These stories, inspired by Vermont's long abolitionist history, are inspired by the lives of escaped slaves. Foreword by Arthur Schomburg, the great black collector of African Americana. With a life of Robinson by Mary Robinson Perkins. A near fine copy in a jacket with a two-inch tear to the back panel and a bit of splitting at the corners. Nicer than usually found. Bookseller Inventory # 138478
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