Washington DC: The Associated Publisher, Inc., 1930.
First Edition. Hardcover. Small octavo. viii, 199 pages. Drab green cloth with title letter in black on the front cover and spine. Ex-library copy from the High Point Public Library, High Point North Carolina. Labels and stamps on the front and rear end sheets. Stamp located bottom of page 198. Label removed from spine. Light browning to the front gutter. Cloth is edge worn head of spine. Previous owner name stamp of "Paul Green Chapel Hill, N.C. on the front paste down. Fair. Item #16257
Algernon Brashear Jackson was a prominent African American physician, surgeon, author, and columnist who contributed profoundly to the National Negro Health Movement, an organization which sought to uplift the race by means of educating the African American community on preventative medicine and public health.
The previous owner of the book was Paul Green a writer. From wikipedia:
Paul Eliot Green (March 17, 1894 – May 4, 1981) was an American playwright best known for his historical dramas of life in North Carolina during the first decades of the twentieth century. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his 1927 play, In Abraham's Bosom, which was included in Burns Mantle's The Best Plays of 1926-1927.
His play The Lost Colony has been regularly produced since 1937 near Manteo, North Carolina, and the historic colony of Roanoke. Its success has resulted in numerous other historical outdoor dramas being produced; his work is still the longest-running.