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HERE I STAND, SIGNED BY PAUL ROBESON AND HIS SON

ROBESON, Paul. Here I Stand. London, 1958.

First edition of Robeson's powerful first book, signed on the title page by him along with signature of his son, author and activist Paul Robeson, Jr., who devoted his life to civil rights and his father's legacy, this especially memorable association copy also with a laid-in program of Robeson's historic August 10, 1958 concert at London's Royal Albert Hall and a ticket stub from the performance. $3500.

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HERE I STAND, INSCRIBED BY PAUL ROBESON

ROBESON, Paul. Here I Stand. London, 1958.

First edition of Robeson's powerful first book, inscribed on the half title by him in England with a warm and lengthy inscription, "All the best to you and many thanks for your kindness. Good to be here in your country, Paul Robeson Nov 1, 1959," in very scarce original dust jacket. $3100.

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AMERICA’S "FAILURE TO SET ITS HOUSE IN ORDER, TO RANSOM ITS OWN PROMISE, BROUGHT OUT IN HIM… UNCOMPROMISING ANGER, A DOGGED REFUSAL TO BOW"

(ROBESON, Paul). United States Court of Appeals… Motion. New York, 1956.

First official edition of Robeson's 1956 amicus curiae brief for the long-denied restoration of his passport, a seminal document in the history of constitutionally protect freedom of speech and the right to travel, submitted by W.E.B. Du Bois and others, declaring "to silence Paul Robeson is to immobilize an eloquent, devoted, determined and respected fighter for the full emancipation of the Negro people," with accompanying facsimile of letter signed iby Eslanda Good Robeson, one-page document and laid-in envelope with typed address. $2500.

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