"NO EARLY INDEPENDENT BLACK FILMMAKER WAS MORE IMPORTANT"
MICHEAUX, Oscar. Homesteader. Sioux City, Iowa, 1917.
First edition of Micheaux's groundbreaking novel that triggered his start as writer, director and producer in a career that defied the odds and crafted "almost single-handedly… a prototype for African American independent cinema," with seven full-page illustrations including frontispiece, in original cloth. $1250.