Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story:
How 50,000 Negroes found a new way to end racial discrimination. December 5, 1955 Walk to Freedom, December 21, 1956, Victory for Justice.New York, Fellowship of Reconciliation,  Stock Code: 122400
NotesFirst edition, first printing, of this rare original comic book. Published by the Fellowship of Reconciliation - an interfaith organisation advocating nonviolence - this work tells the story of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and was widely distributed amongst civil rights groups, churches, and schools. This copy comes, though unmarked as such, from the library of Bertha C. Baugh, former chairperson of Vancouver, WA NAACP, and civil rights activist.
Quarto, pp. 16. Original colour illustrated wrappers, colour-illustrated comic strip throughout.
Short closed tear to front wrapper and first two pages, consistent toning to wrappers. An excellent copy.
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