TROUBLED IN MIND: J. SAUNDERS REDDING'S EARLY YEARS IN WILMINGTON, DEL AWARE.
Redding, J. Saunders
First edition thus being a separate printing of a chapter from NO DAY OF TRIUMPH. Two page introduction by Harmon R. Carey of the AfroAmerican Historical Society of Delaware and a preface by Richard Wright.
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COFFEE: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, A GUIDE TO THE LITERATURE OF COFFEE.
by von Hünersdorff, Richard and Holger G. Hasenkamp
Limited to 1200 copies. The first comprehensive modern bibliography of coffee and its surrogates. A unique reference work listing some 15,000 imprints relating to every aspect of coffee from the past to the present. The work is arranged alphabetically by author or title with indices for sources and locations. While there is no breakdown by date, there are many items from as early as the 15th century. Represented are writers treating the cultivation, production, preparation and consumption of coffee, as well as its economic, social and cultural significance, its medical and chemical uses as a drug, and much, much more. The compilers have tried to give the maximum amount of information for each entry, including collation when possible. Introduction by Ralph S. Hattox. With over 300 illustrations in black-and-white and 6 in color.