1. Confessions of a Negro Preacher. Chicago: Canterbury Press, 1928.
First Edition. African American themed novel written as an 'Autobiography of a colored clergyman long prominently associated as a gentleman of the cloth among Chicago's colored populace. His revelations are not only astonishing, but recounted with a sympathetic understanding of what an unknowing world must be prepared to accept.' Possibly written by Opie Reed. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket, chipped at spine ends and flap corners. Item #34367