BLACK INTEREST. THE STORY OF A LITTLE COLORED COON by Conrad Hall. London: Hodder & Stoughton, no date, circa 1910. 16mo (4 x 5"), red decorated cloth, 125p. (this includes pictorial ads), tiny fade spot else Fine and bright with no wear at all. The story tells how Ebenezer, a little Black boy nicknamed Snowball, saves his sister nicknamed Snowflake from the wicked Condor. It also features the mother, the father and Mrs. Condor. Printed on one side of the paper in the format of the Dumpy books, each page of text faces a full page color illustration by REGINALD RIGBY AND JOHN MYRTLE directly copying the style and format of Bannerman's Little Black Sambo. This is a title in the Little One's Library series. Rarely found in such beautiful clean condition.