Published by Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1950
Condition: Fair. 1950. No Edition Remarks. 317 pages. No dust jacket. Orange cloth. Pages are moderately tanned and foxed throughout. Pencil inscription to front free endpaper. Thumb-marking present. Noticeable creasing to gutter. Boards have mild edge-wear with slight rubbing to surfaces. Visible crushing to spine ends. Notable tanning to spine and edges. Small marks to boards. Textblock is shaky.
Paperback. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Readable copy. Pages may have considerable notes/highlighting. ~ ThriftBooks: Read More, Spend Less.
Published by Bantam Books, New York, 1951
Softcover. Condition: Very Good+. First Paperback Edition; First Printing. This book is the story of Haywood Patterson, one of the nine Negro boys arrested in 1931 and charged with the rape of two young white women. Patterson was tried in Alabama four time, three times sentenced to death and the fourth to 75 years in prison.In 1948, Patterson escaped from prison and fled to Detroit. He was arrested by the FBI a few years later but was not extradited to Alabama. After a deadly bar fight he was again sentenced to prison where he soon died of cancer at the age of thirty-nine.In 2013, the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles posthumously pardoned Patterson along with two other Scottsboro boys, Charles Weems and Andy Wright. They were the last men whose convictions had not yet been overturned or pardoned. The paperback edition was published in 1951, only a year before Patterson died. The book is VG+, with light scuffing to the spine and a light crase to the spine. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 307 pages; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 307 pages.
Published by Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Boards have some wear, fading to spine. Content is clean and has light toning. No DJ.
Published by Bantam 920, United States, 1951
Paperback. Condition: Very Good +. 1st Printing. Solid with two light dents on the front cover and the covers show light wear.
Published by Bantam, 1951
Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Ed. First paperback ed. Near fine condition, very slight over all wear. Book.
Published by Doubleday
Condition: Fair. First edition copy. . Book Good. No dust jacket. (Scottsboro Trial, True Crime, Autobiography).
Published by Doubleday, Garden City, 1950
Seller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA, New Haven, U.S.A.
Cloth. First edition. Edges darkened, crown of spine slightly worn, but a good copy in moderately used dust jacket with shallow chipping to the spine ends and corners.
Published by Panther, London, 1966
Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Fair. First Panther Edition. Fair, Edgewear, tears, creases, stain, spine lean, ink mark, browning. "The frank, brutal story of life in an Alabama prison". Panther #2015. Expanded condition report/scan on request.
Published by Collier Books
Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. Wear commensurate with age and use. Clean unmarked copy. Creasing visible across spine strip. Secure packaging for safe delivery.
Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Pages can have notes/highlighting. Spine may show signs of wear. ~ ThriftBooks: Read More, Spend Less.
Published by Doubleday, New York, New York, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Reisie (jacket) (illustrator). Book Club Edition. Liberty Book Club edition. Basically crisp and clean in a facsimile of a lightly worn jacket. "The Story that America Wanted to Forget!".
Published by Doubleday and Company, Garden City, NY, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Early Reprint without statement of edition, 1950. Fine contents and binding. The unclipped dust jacket shows slight edge wear only, remains near fine.
Published by Panther, UK, 1966
Paperback. Condition: Good. Reprint. Paperback. 284 pages. *** PUBLISHING DETAILS: Panther, UK, 1966. Reprint. *** CONDITION: This book is in good condition. More specifically: Covers have light creasing. Edges of covers have moderate wear. Spine has moderate reading creases. . Pages are reasonably tanned. *** ABOUT THIS BOOK: This is Haywood Patterson's own story of the infamous Scottsboro case and its aftermath Earl Conrad tells it in the simple, direct, and powerful words of Haywood Patterson himself - the recently escaped prisoner, the Scottsboro boy who is even now being hunted for a crime he did not commit. On March 25, 1931, nine Negro boys, unemployed and looking for work, were riding on a train that was passing through a Southern town. They got into a fight with some white hobos and knocked them off the train. To get even, the white s reported that the Negro kids had raped two white prostitutes whom they knew to be riding on that same freight train. That was the beginning. *** Quantity Available: 1. Category: True Crime; Inventory No: 21010375.
Published by Doubleday, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Doubleday & Company New York January 1950 Binding: Hardcover.
Published by Gollancz, 1950
Condition: Very Good. 1950. hardcover. " The best publisher alive or dead". C P Snow. Good copy in worn and torn dustwrapper. Not a first edition copy. . . .
Published by Victor Gollancz, London, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Stated 'Second impression August 1950.' The first printing was published in the same month and year. This book was previously owned by the renowned actor, Theodore Bikel. He signed his name with the date on the first front end paper (see photo). Across the way on the front inside cover he placed his small bookplate. The orange covers of the book are in pretty nice condition. There is a little bit of crinkling on the front cover and on the spine. The lettering on the spine is unworn and clear, but there is only a hint now of the gilt present at one time. The cover edges are in good shape, slightly dulled. The corners have held up well, the bottom two have a tiny bit of rubbing. The top page edge has a dozen tiny tan spots, the middle page edge has one small tan spot. The book has a slight forward lean. It is pretty decently bound, far from perfect, but I'm not finding any instances of a space or crack between any of the facing pages or between the covers and any of the facing pages. The covers are tightly bound. The title page has three speck-sized tan spots. The pages are quite clean. I didn't see much more than a half dozen or so small light spots. I did see instances of corner creasing, probably a couple dozen. There's also a little crinkling here and there. One page has a tiny tear off its outer edge, and then there are two consecutive pages in which one pulled off some of the outer edge of the paper of the next page onto itself. In this case one page has a little jaggedness/loss at its outer edge (far from the print) and the next has little bit of extra paper off its outer edge. This reoccurs in one other instance, after the main text ends and after the following Appendixes, there is a section titled Timetable Of Events In The Scottsboro Case. The last three pages of this section (which are the last three pages of the book) as well as the first of two blank rear end papers have rough edges with losses and some small tears (mostly small losses but larger on one page), though none of the losses reach the print. It's the kind of thing you see on rough-cut edges, but it's odd because these pages aren't rough-cut. Finally, there aren't any markings in the book. Theodore Bikel's dated signature is the only writing to be found in the book, and his bookplate is the only attachment. You can see the dust jacket in the first few photos. I have it in a fitted protective cover. The white (in the 1st and 4th photos) at the top edge of the front and rear is just glare off the protective cover. There is a tear at the bottom edge of the spine. There are several small tears and a small loss around the top edge of the spine. There's another tear at the juncture between the front cover and front flap, just off the bottom edge. There is some crinkling off the front top edge. The spine is toned. And finally there are some light red pen marks on the front cover, looks like some letters and numbers. The flaps are in decent enough shape, a little toning at the top edges. The jacket is NOT price-clipped, not clipped at all. From the dust jacket: 'In the '30s, the Scottsboro case made history: although it was an incident which concerned negroes in America, it caused a sensation in this country-- pamphlets and articles were written, protests organized, etc. etc. With the passing of time the agitation died away: but the negroes who had been wrongfully condemned still lived-- in prison. Now the strongest and most articulate of them has written a brilliant, poignant and intensely exciting account of this terrible episode. His book is a remarkable one-- unique, we imagine, in prison literature. If Dreyfus had written his own story it could scarcely have been more impressive.'.
Published by Victor Gollancz, London, 1951
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 317pp Infamous case of framed trial of 9 Afro-Americans in the 1930s, which was taken up by International Labour Defence. In protective removable plastic cover.
Condition: Very Good. 1950. hardcover. " The best publisher alive or dead". C P Snow. Good copy in worn and torn dustwrapper. Not a first edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland.
Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Prompt shipment, with tracking. we ship in CLEAN SECURE BOXES NEW BOXES : Good hardcover. NO dust jacket. Wear and fraying along edges, corners and spine. Glue residue on front and rear paste down. Bookplate on front free end paper. Pages tanned, otherwise clean pages. First edition. 8vo, 309pp.
Published by Doubleday
Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Dust jacket missing. First edition. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. Wear commensurate with age and use. Clean unmarked copy. Staining and scuffing across boards. Bumping visible to corners of boards and ends of spine strip. Secure packaging for safe delivery.
Published by Victor Gollancz Ltd, London, 1951
Seller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller, Melbourne, Australia
Pp. 318(last blank); boards faded and lightly worn; price-clipped dust wrapper, soiled and lightly foxed, edges rubbed and split, with a few small chips and tears; bookseller's sticker at foot of upper pastedown, name in ink at head of upper free endpaper, the free endpapers offset, a little light foxing and occasional soiling; Victor Gollancz, London, 1951. Fourth impression. *Haywood Patterson was one of the so-calledScottsboro Boys, nine black teenagers accused of rape in Alabama in 1931. The notorious trial was followed by several retrials, and led to the end of all-white juries in the South.
Published by Doubleday & Company, 1950
Condition: Fair. Zustandsangabe altersgemäß. Sofortversand aus Deutschland. Artikel wiegt maximal 1000g. 310 Seiten. In englischer Sprache. Schutzumschlag mit Gebrauchsspuren, eingerissen, beschädigt sowie verfärbt, Einband gut. Vorsatz beklebt sowie leicht verfärbt.
Published by Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York, 1950
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Stated First Edition. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, creasing at extermities. The back panel has some dirt staining. The interior fly-leaves are age darkened where they weren't protected by the jacket flaps. ; The dust jacket is protected by a Brodart mylar cover and is not price clipped. Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. The dust jacket has minor rubbing and creasing at the extremities. The rear cover has some dirt staining. The interior fly-leaves are age-darkened where they were protected by the jacket flaps. Very good condition in very good dust jacket. ; 8vo.; 309 pages.
Published by Panther, England, 1966
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. A firm book with the usual signs of natural ageing.