SCOTTSBORO; THE FIREBRAND OF COMMUNISM. [Scottsboro, Alabama]

Crenshaw, Files, Jr. and Kenneth A. Miller.

Published by Montgomery, AL: Press of The Brown Printing Company, 1936.
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First edition, 336 pages. Hardcover; H 23.25cm x L 15.5cm. Lacks dust jacket. Red cloth, slight soiling to boards. Edges and endpapers toned; past owner's personal bookplate on front pastedown; top corners of perhaps ten leaves or so creased from past fold-downs. A very good copy of an uncommon book. An account of the trials of Haywood Patterson, Clarence Norris, Charlie Weems, and six others, collectively known as the Scottsboro Boys or Scottsboro Nine, who were taken into custody on March 25, 1931 for the alleged gang rape of Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. The case progressed from the Scottsboro, Alabama Circuit Court to the Supreme Court of Alabama and then on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: SCOTTSBORO; THE FIREBRAND OF COMMUNISM. [...
Publisher: Montgomery, AL: Press of The Brown Printing Company, 1936.

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Crenshaw, Files, Jr. and Kenneth A. Miller.
Published by Montgomery, AL: Press of The Brown Printing Company, 1936. (1936)
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Book Description Montgomery, AL: Press of The Brown Printing Company, 1936., 1936. First edition, 336 pages. Hardcover; H 23.25cm x L 15.5cm. Lacks dust jacket. Red cloth, slight soiling to boards. Edges and endpapers toned; past owner's personal bookplate on front pastedown; top corners of perhaps ten leaves or so creased from past fold-downs. A very good copy of an uncommon book. An account of the trials of Haywood Patterson, Clarence Norris, Charlie Weems, and six others, collectively known as the Scottsboro Boys or Scottsboro Nine, who were taken into custody on March 25, 1931 for the alleged gang rape of Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. The case progressed from the Scottsboro, Alabama Circuit Court to the Supreme Court of Alabama and then on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-03687

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