This is a true collectible of Americana. 1940 American Colortype Company. Hardcover, no dust jacket as issued by publisher. Binding is tight and straight. Pages inside very good, unmarked and in exceptionally good condition given age. Cover show wearing along edges, but coloring still very good.
This collectible is a collection of 22 stories written by Blanche Seale Hunt and illustrated by Dorothy Wagstaff. The stories are indeed politically incorrect today but reflect the racial attitudes and Southern mannerisms of the time. Due to racial tensions, magazines were reluctant to print any Little Brown Koko stories at the time. But they did become published and appeared for 20 yrs as a monthly feature in Household magazine. The author also wrote for the Oklahoma State Legislature a story of Oklahoma entitled "the Arrow".
This is a true collectible for its historical value and perspective.
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