New York: International Publishers, (1932). 12mo. Wraps. 31 p. International Pamphlet No. 18. 2nd ed. Seidman A24. "Advocacy and explanation of the right of self-determination for Negroes in the Black Belt, including the right of separation from the U. S. if desired" - Seidman. 
No place: Self-published, ca. 1900s. 5 5/8 x 3 1/2 in. Post card. The b/w photographic image is a posed picture of Ames, his wife and their seven children. The text on the verso sets forth the menace posed by saloons. We are told that: "A vote for Mr. Ames..... 
Illustrated with line drawings. Chicago: Chicago Natural History Museum, 1952-1953. Two vols. Maroon fabrikoid, stamped in gilt. xiii, 727 p. Fieldiana: Botany, Vol. 26, No. 1 & Vol. 26, No. 2. 1st editions.