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Athens, Georgia, U.S.A.: University of Georgia Press, 1992. Original grey cloth with red title to spine, 266 pages including appendix, notes, index, black & white photographic plates. Chronicles the distinguished life and career of the historian, teacher and university administrator Horace Mann Bond, illuminating not only the man and his accomplishments but also the many struggles that confronted those involved in black education. A tight, bright copy. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.