A very early US edition of Wage-Labor and Capital. Significantly, it was printed while Engels was still alive and includes Engels’ 1891 Introduction to Marx’s 1847 essay. Online text here.
Wage-Labor and Capital by Karl Marx, with and Introduction by Frederick Engels. Charles H Kerr Publishers, New York. 1891.
Contents: Introduction by Engels (1891), Preliminary, What are wages?, By what is the price of a commodity determined?, By what are wages determined?, The nature and growth of capital, Relation of wage-labor to capital, The general law that determines the rise and fall of wages and profit, The interests of capital and wage-labor are diametrically opposed, Effect of capitalist competition on the capitalist class middle class and working class. 53 pages.
Charles H. Kerr publishing house was responsible for some of the earliest translations and editions of Marx, Engels, and other leaders of the socialist movement in the United States. Publisher of the Socialist Party aligned International Socialist Review, the Charles H Kerr Co. was an exponent of the Party’s left wing and the most important left publisher of the pre-Communist US workers movement. It remains a left wing publisher today.
PDF of original pamphlet: https://archive.org/download/wagelaborcapital00marx_1/wagelaborcapital00marx_1.pdf