Item #20022 The Upward Climb: A Course in Negro Achievement by Sara Estelle Haskin, 1927 First Edition. Sara Estelle Haskin.
The Upward Climb: A Course in Negro Achievement by Sara Estelle Haskin, 1927 First Edition
The Upward Climb: A Course in Negro Achievement by Sara Estelle Haskin, 1927 First Edition

The Upward Climb: A Course in Negro Achievement by Sara Estelle Haskin, 1927 First Edition

First Edition

[African American] Haskin, Sara Estelle. The Upward Climb: A Course in Negro Achievement. New York: Council of Women For Home Missions and Missionary Education Movement of the United States, 1927. First Edition. No Dust Jacket. 144 pages. Measures 5.25" x 7.5". Book contains a course on the achievements of Black historical figures and provides stories as well as session programs on their contributions. Subjects include: Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Willliam DeBerry, Mary McLeod Bethune, and many others. Text states that Sara Estelle Haskin was one of the group that established a cooperative settlement work in Nashville called the Bethlehem Center, adding "she was also one of the pioneers in the interracial work carried on by the women of the South." Very bright copy in red clothboards In very good condition.

Item #20022

Price: $130.00