Montgomery, Al. 1958. pp. Profusely illustrated from photographs. Quarto. Original textured wrappers, printed in blue and gilt, stapled. Moderate soiling and minor edge wear. Some foxing to initial and terminal leaves, but mostly clean internally. Very good. Item #4461
An unrecorded souvenir program from the seventy-fifth annual convention of the Alabama State Teachers Association. The text includes extensive program notes, biographical sketches of guest speakers, lists of local association officers, reprinted letters of support from various officials, well wishes and congratulatory greetings from practically every Black school and college around Alabama, lyrics to selected songs (including James Weldon Johnson's "Life Every Voice and Sing"), a handful of advertisements, and more. The program is profusely illustrated with portraits of the association's officers, guest contributors, teachers of the year and recently retired members, photographs from schools around the state, line drawings. The cover title reads, "Official Souvenir-Convention Program of the Alabama State Teachers Association in its Seventy-Fifth Annual Session." Just a single copy in OCLC, at the University of Alabama.