Cleveland; (1964): World Publishing. First Edition. Octavo. Item #027032
319 pages, signed by Harry Golden. Golden discusses the civil rights story from the 1890's to the Supreme Court decision of 1954 and the events that began to change toward true emancipation in the Kennedy White House. Some of the best accounts of the open racism just before the 1960's. The manuscript was in process as the assassination of JFK took place. One of the better accounts just before the Civil Rights acts under LBJ. A near fine copy bound in red cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettering gilt, top edge blue, previous owner's address label to front pastedown, in very nice unclipped dust jacket with just a bit of wear to spine ends with a little rubbing.