Subseries 4.1
Posters and artwork, 1965-2002
19 oversized papers (OP9-31)

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and then in chronological order, with undated at end of each subject.

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OP9 Picaninny Freeze, Hendlers Ice Cream, 1922
OP9 Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco, no date
OP9 Uncle Ben's Brun, Le Goût irrésistible, no date
Black history month
OP9 "The Organization for African Students' Union New Jersey Branch Calendar," 1980
OP9 "Black History Month February 1982," Black Heritage Trail, 1982
OP9 "Black History Month February 1985," Boston African American National Historic Site, National Park Service
OP9 Black History Month in New York City, City of New York, February 1990
OP9 "Seventh Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration," Duke University, 1996 [inscribed by John Hope Franklin to Hatch Billops]
OP9 "The Dream Awake," no date
OP9 "Penguin USA Celebrates Black History Month through the Written Word," no date
Dance
OP10 "Adora," "Klingo's Glove," "Madame de Mosque-Kee-Toe," The Nameless Theatre, [New York, New York], [?] "Inner City Repertory Dance Company," New York, New York, no date
OP10 "The Dance Theater of Harlem," 1970[?]
OP10 "The Black Dance in America: An Interview - Demonstration," Leonard Davis Center for the Performing Arts, New York, New York, December 18, 1975
OP10 "The Billie Holiday Theater for Little Folk," Brooklyn, New York, 1977
OP10 "A Dance Dedication to the Late Thelma Hill," Our Children's Performing Arts Center, Brooklyn, New York, May 18-21, 1979
OP10 "The Kitchen: Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance and Film," December 1989-February 1990
OP10 "The Dance Theater of Harlem," no date
OP10 "Dancing a Dream," no date
OP10 "Inner City Cultural Center," Los Angeles, California, no date
OP10 "Inner City Repertory Dance Company: Works by Donald McKanle and Tallen Beatty," Los Angeles, California, no date
OP10 "Jubilation Dance Company," no date
OP10 "Rod Rodgers Dance Company," no date
OP10 "Trackin'," Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, Tom Mann Theater, Surry Hills, [Australia?], no date
Film
OP10 The Tunnel, 1940
OP10 The Cool World, 1964
XOP11 Blues for Lovers, 1966
XOP11 Black Gunn, circa 1972
XOP11 Black Artists in America, May 10, 1973
XOP11 Roots, [1977]
XOP11 Aaron Loves Angela, 1985
XOP11 Fifth Annual Atlanta Third World Film Festival and Forum, March 1985
XOP11 Asian American International Film Festival, Rosemary Theatre, New York, New York, June 28-30, 1985
XOP11 The Colored Museum, circa 1986
XOP11 6th Annual Atlanta 3rd World Film Festival and Forum, March 2-29, 1986
XOP11 MUMM V.S.O.P. Cognac Black Film Festival, Apollo Theatre, June 5-8, 1986
XOP11 Viewpoints: A Conference on Women, Culture & Public Media, Hunter College, New York, New York, November 7-9, 1986
XOP11 Older Women and Love, by Camille Billops and James V. Hatch, [1987] Camille Billops and James V. Hatch, [1987]
XOP11 The Third Annual Hoyt Fuller Film Festival: Celebrating the Black Aesthetic! Walter Hill Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21-22, 1987
XOP11 Sexism, Colonialism, Misrepresentation: A Corrective Film Series and Conference, Collective for Living Cinema, New York, New York, April 25-May 8, 1988
XOP11 Newark Black Film Festival 15th Anniversary, Newark, New Jersey, 1989
XOP11 17th Film Festival of Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1988
OP26 Tap, 1989
XOP11 18th Film Festival of Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, [1989]
XOP11 18th Film Festival of Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1989
XOP11 A Separate Cinema: Fifty Years of Black-Cast Posters, circa 1992
XOP11 Finding Christa, by Camille Billops and James Hatch, 1992
XOP11 Twin Cities Black Film Festival, 1995
XOP11 Oscar Micheaux and His Circle: African-American Filmmaking and Race Cinema of the Silent Era, Yale University, January 26-29, 1995
XOP11 Take Your Bags, by Keita Omowali Erskine and Camille Billops, 1998 Keita Omowali Erskine and Camille Billops, 1998
XOP11 Ethnic Studies Dialogue: A Critical Issue for 21st Century America Black Women Filmmakers Series, [University of California Santa Barbara], [Santa Barbara, California], [January 11-February 24, 2000] [included panelists Crystal Griffith, Dianne Houston, Camille Billops, Cauleen Smith, and Michelle Parkerson]
XOP11 Women of Color Film Festival, New PFA Theater, Berkeley, California, April 11-18, [2000?]
XOP11 E minha cara / That's my face by Thomas Allen Harris, [2002?] [inscribed by writer to Hatch-Billops] Thomas Allen Harris, [2002?] [inscribed by writer to Hatch-Billops]
XOP11 Struggles for Representation: The Cinematic Gaze of African American Documentary Film and Filmmaking, 2001
XOP11 One Bad Cat: The Reverend Albert Wagner Story, 2008 [two prints of different sizes]
XOP11 Gone with the Wind, Socialist Workers Party [spoof with Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as Rhett and Scarlett] Socialist Workers Party [spoof with Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as Rhett and Scarlett]
Literature
OP12 Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, March 1926
OP12 Woman with Flower, Naomi Long Madgett, broadside, 1965, 1970 [poem] Naomi Long Madgett, broadside, 1965, 1970 [poem]
OP12 "Bob Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop," Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, New York, August 8, 1975-October 4, 1975
OP12 Sun Song, Jill Witherspoon Boyer, broadside, 1976 [poem] Jill Witherspoon Boyer, broadside, 1976 [poem]
OP12 Woman-Song, Louise Robinson, broadside, 1977 [poem] Louise Robinson, broadside, 1977 [poem]
OP12 I've Got a Home In that Rock, Raymond R. Patterson, 1977, [poem] Raymond R. Patterson, 1977, [poem]
OP12 "Poetry Reading: Etheridge Knight & Tamasha Mzaza Beard," February 25, 1979
OP12 "Poets Corner," 1979 [?]
OP12 "A Forum & Reading: Afro-American Literature & Class Struggle," Kenkeleba House, June 15, 1980
OP12 "Black Literature in the 80's: Revolution or Renaissance?" Columbia University, New York, November 23, 1980
OP12 "1987 Benefit for the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church," New York, New York, January 1, 1987
OP12 "We Wish to Plead Our Own Cause": Black-owned Book Publishing in the United States 1817-1987, Schomburg Center, New York, New York, April 22-September 10, 1988 Schomburg Center, New York, New York, April 22-September 10, 1988
OP12 Black American Literature Forum, Winter 1990 [cover]
OP12 "African American Literature: From Phillis Wheatley to Toni Morrison," July 11-August 5, 1994
OP12 "International Symposium on Contemporary Literature of the African Diaspora," Universidad de Salamanca, March 20-23, 1996
OP12 "The Langston Hughes Review: 15th Anniversary," Institute for African American Studies, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, [1997] Institute for African American Studies, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, [1997]
OP12 "Untreated Death," Noah W. Griffin, broadside, 2000
OP12 "The Fifth National Black Writers Conference: The Impact of Literature by Black Writers on Culture and Values in America," Medgar Evers College/City University of New York, March 30-April 2, 2000
OP12 "A Tribute to Bob Blackburn" [2003]
OP12 Visualizing Black Writers: An Extra-literary Exhibit from the Eugene B. Redmond Collection, Morris University Center Art Gallery, Edwardsville, Illinois, February 1-29, 2004 Morris University Center Art Gallery, Edwardsville, Illinois, February 1-29, 2004
OP12 Black Women in the Arts: A Tradition of Distinction and Accomplishment, no date
OP12 "from Southern Song," Margaret Walker, [poem], Madame Bigh Graphics Collective, no date
OP12 Hero Ain't Nothin' But a Sandwich, Alice Childress, New York, New York, no date Alice Childress, New York, New York, no date
OP12 "Poetry Readings and Music," Centre Culturel Americain, Paris, no date [includes Ed Joans]
OP12 These Bones, These Bones, Gloria T. Hull, broadside, no date Gloria T. Hull, broadside, no date
Music
OP13 "Ornette Coleman & His New Septet," Carnegie Hall, September 14, 1973
OP13 "Shirley Bassey with Orchestra and Strings," Congress-Centrum Hamburg, March 25, 1974
OP13 "Ella Fitzgerald, Tommy Flanagan Trio, et al," Congress-Centrum-Hamburg, May 18, 1976
OP13 "Sound of Soul," Geneva, France, April 1979
OP13 "Heavenly Jazz: Joe Williams with Special Guests Al Cohn and Billy Mitchell," November 18, 1979
OP13 "Al Jarreau and Ensemble," World Tour, 1980
OP13 "An Evening with Gershwin," Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 14, 1980
OP13 "Eubie Blake: The First 100 Years," February 7, 1983
OP13 "Sound of Earth: Second Annual East Coast Asian/Asian-American Jazz Festival," Jazz Center of New York, October 25-27, 1985
OP13 "3rd Annual Asian/Asian American Jazz and Cultural Festival," The Jazz Center, New York, October 20-26, 1986
OP13 "4th Annual Asian/Asian-American Jazz and Culture Festival," October 5-11, 1987
OP26 "Next Wave," Brooklyn Academy of Music, October 19-December 17, 1988
OP13 "Celebrating Black History Month '89: Black Musicians," 1989
OP13 "Duke Ellington: 90th Birthday Tribute," West Side Cultural Center, April 28, 1989
OP13 "Juneteenth Festival," June 18, 1989
OP13 "The Sixtieth Anniversary Celebration of Heaven Bound," November 9-10, 1990
OP13 "Last Set Before Noon, Michael Kelly Williams," The Center for Children & Families, St. Peter's Church at Citicorp Church, December 3, 1990
OP13 "Louis Armstrong: A Cultural Legacy," The Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers University, 1994
OP13 The Musical Genius of Duke Ellington, Jazz Heritage, Smithsonian Institution, 1993 Smithsonian Institution, 1993
OP13 "African-American Music and Europe: The International Conference," The Sorbonne, Paris, April 24-27, 1996
OP13 The Jazz Age in Paris 1914-1940, Smithsonian Institution, April 25-July 13, 1997"
OP13 "A Lecture Series on Jazz and American Culture," The Center for Jazz Studies, Columbia University, November 15, 1999-April 18, 2000
OP13 "Klub Ka: A Blues Legend," Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland, April 11, 2000
OP13 "Jazz and American Culture," Columbia University, New York, November 15, 1999-April 18, 2000
OP13 "Comin' Home to Harlem: A Special Evening of Music, Humor, Song & Dance," The Apollo Theatre, [New York], May 20, 2002
OP13 "Abbey Lincoln Aminata Moseka," Small's Paradise October 4, 11, 18, 25, [?]
OP13 "Betty Carter and Trio," Robeson Center, Newark, April 14 [2 copies-different sizes]
OP13 "Ella Fitzgerald in Concert," no date
OP13 Eubie! A New Musical Revue, no date
OP13 International Sweethearts of Rhythm: Hottest Women's Band of the 1940s
OP13 "Jazz at Onyx: Photography by: Anthony Barboza, Hugh Bell, et al."
OP13 "Jimmy Owens Plus"
OP13 "Lady Legends in Jazz," Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York
OP13 "The Last of the Blue Devils: Count Basie, Jay McShann, Joe Turner"
OP13 Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music
OP13 Lena Horne: The Lady and her Music, Nederlander Theatre, New York, New York, no date Nederlander Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP13 "Nancy Wilson at Carnegie Hall with the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra"
OP13 "Novella Nelson at Reno Sweeney"
OP13 "Paul Robeson Memorial Concert," London Against Racism
OP13 "A Spectrum of Music: John Lee Hooker, Red Clay Ramblers, Marie Knight"
OP13 "William Warfield, baritone," Orchestra Hall, New York, no date
Political
OP14 "We Will Survive," Black N.Y. Action Committee, no date
OP14 "Aspects of Racism, No.6: Can Britain Survive Without Racism," Organization for Black Art Advancement & Leisure Activities, London, no date
OP14 "Open the Shah's Jails: Free All Political Prisoners," Committee for Artistic and Intellectual Freedom in Iran, New York, no date
OP14 "Franklin Furnace's 15th Year of Performance Art," Judson Memorial Church, [New York], 1991
OP14 "Hansen's Harlem: Joe Louis Day Parade" Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1946
OP14 "Paul Robeson: Join the Young Workers Liberation League," New York, 1977
OP14 "The Sixth Annual Tribute to African Diaspora Women: Celebrating the
OP14 Contributions of Women of Color," Caribbean Cultural Center, New York, June 26 & 27, 1992
OP14 "Million Man March: A Day of Atonement," October 16, 1995
Theater
OP31 The Emperor Jones, by Eugene O'Neill, collage of reviews, 1921 Eugene O'Neill, collage of reviews, 1921
OP14 Carnival, Howard University, circa 1960s
OP14 Charade .. an Evening with the Howard Players, Past and Present, Howard University, circa 1960s
OP14 On the Town, by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Howard University, December 6-15, circa 1960s Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Howard University, December 6-15, circa 1960s
OP14 Winterset, by Maxwell Anderson, Howard University, circa 1960s Maxwell Anderson, Howard University, circa 1960s
OP14 The Three Sisters, by Anton Chekhov, Howard University, December 14-17, 1960 Anton Chekhov, Howard University, December 14-17, 1960
OP14 The Trial of Mary Dugan, by Bayard Veiller, Howard University School of Law, March 17-18, 1961 Bayard Veiller, Howard University School of Law, March 17-18, 1961
OP14 The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, Howard University, April 10-15, 1961 Oscar Wilde, Howard University, April 10-15, 1961
OP14 Chandalika, by Rabindranath Tagore, Howard University, May 2-3, 1961 Rabindranath Tagore, Howard University, May 2-3, 1961
OP14 The Race for Space, Howard University, May 16-18, 1963
OP14 Purlie Victorious, by Ossie Davis, Howard University, February 7-8, 1964 Ossie Davis, Howard University, February 7-8, 1964
OP14 Easter Resurrection Play, Howard University, March 22, 1964
OP14 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Howard University, May 8-9, 1964
OP14 Jamaica, Howard University, December 3-12, 1964
OP15 The Interview, James Hatch, Art, Camille Billops, Sangeet Kala Mandir, India, 1965 India, 1965
OP15 Macbeth, Mobile Theater, New York, 1966 Mobile Theater, New York, 1966
OP15 The Interview, Director, James Hatch, Art, Camille Billops, Sinhala Institute of Culture, June 13-14, 1968 Sinhala Institute of Culture, June 13-14, 1968
OP15 The Devil Catchers, New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, November 27-January 10 [1970] New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, November 27-January 10 [1970]
OP15 Wine in the Wilderness and Mojo, New Heritage Repertory Theatre, New York, New York, November 6-November 20, 1970 New Heritage Repertory Theatre, New York, New York, November 6-November 20, 1970 Mojo,
OP15 Wine in the Wilderness, New Heritage Repertory Theatre, New York, New York, November 20-December 6, 1970
OP15 Two Gentlemen of Verona, St. James Theatre, New York, 1971 St. James Theatre, New York, 1971
OP15 Destination Black, Federal City College and the Capitol Players, June 1971 Federal City College and the Capitol Players, June 1971
OP15 Murderous Angels, Playhouse Theatre, New York, New York, [1971-1972] Playhouse Theatre, New York, New York, [1971-1972]
OP15 Atlanta University Summer Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, 1973
OP15 A Cocktail Sip and Disco, Sun Shine Circle, New York, New York, 1973 Sun Shine Circle, New York, New York, 1973
OP15 Raisin, 46th Street Theatre, [New York, New York], [1973-1974] 46th Street Theatre, [New York, New York], [1973-1974]
OP15 Yin Yang, The City College Campus, December 16, 1973
OP15 The Sirens, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York, New York, 1974 Manhattan Theatre Club, New York, New York, 1974
OP15 What the Wine-Sellers Buy, Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York, New York, [1974] Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York, New York, [1974]
OP15 The Wiz, Majestic Theatre, 1974 Majestic Theatre, 1974
OP15 Federal City College and Arts Out Loud, 1974-1975 Season, Environmental Theatre, 1974-1975
OP15 Doctor Jazz, Winter Garden, New York, New York, [1975] Winter Garden, New York, New York, [1975]
OP26 Alvin Ailey City Center Dance Theatre, November 25-December 14, 1975
OP15 Fragments of a Trilogy, La Mama Repertory Company, New York, New York, December 27, 1975-January 18, 1976 La Mama Repertory Company, New York, New York, December 27, 1975-January 18, 1976
OP15 Me and Bessie, Edison Theatre, New York, New York, [1975-1976] [2 posters] Edison Theatre, New York, New York, [1975-1976] [2 posters]
OP15 Dr. Black Mr. Hyde, 1976
OP26 For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, Booth Theatre, 1976 Booth Theatre, 1976
OP15 Your Arm's Too Short to Box with God, Lyceum Theatre, New York, New York, [1976-1977]
OP15 Your Arm's Too Short to Box with God, Broadway, New York, New York, [1976-1978] Broadway, New York, New York, [1976-1978]
OP15 The Alvin Ailey City Center Dance Theater, City Center 55th Street Theater, New York, May 4-23, 1976
OP16 Clinton, The Billie Holiday Theatre, May 22-May 19, 1976 The Billie Holiday Theatre, May 22-May 19, 1976
OP26 "Ailey Celebrates Ellington," Alvin Ailey City Center Dance Theater, New York, New York, August 10-22, 1976
OP16 For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, Booth Theatre, 1976
OP16 Ipi-Tombi, Harkeness Theatre, New York, New York, [1977] Harkeness Theatre, New York, New York, [1977]
OP16 Dixie to Broadway: An Exhibition of Black Americans on Stage, 1800-1939, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 1-27, 1977 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 1-27, 1977
OP16 "Black History-Roots & Spirits," The Billie Holiday Theatre, February 5-26, 1977
OP16 Macbeth, Harry Dejur Henry Street Playhouse, New York City, May 10-29, 1977 Harry Dejur Henry Street Playhouse, New York City, May 10-29, 1977
OP16 Toussaint Louverture, Cite Internationale Universitaire, Paris, October 5-November 26, 1977 Cite Internationale Universitaire, Paris, October 5-November 26, 1977
OP16 "Black Theatre Awards Night," Renaissance Ballroom, November 21, 1977
OP16 "Acting An Recital by William Greene" Experimental Theater, Stockton State College, Pomona, New Jersey, December 15, 1977
OP16 Ain't Misbehavin', Longacre Theatre, New York, New York, [1978-1982] Longacre Theatre, New York, New York, [1978-1982]
OP16 Eubie: A New Musical Revue, 1978
OP16 Paul Robeson, by Phillip Hayes Dean, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York, New York, [1978] Phillip Hayes Dean, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York, New York, [1978]
OP16 The Wiz, 1978
OP16 The Mighty Gents, Ambassador Theatre, New York, New York [1978] Ambassador Theatre, New York, New York [1978]
OP16 Stop the World I Want to Get Off, State Theater-Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, New York, August 2-August 27, [1978] State Theater-Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, New York, August 2-August 27, [1978]
OP16 The Vampire and the Dentist: A Red Blooded Musical Farce! Billie Holiday Theatre, November 9, 1978
OP16 "American College Theatre Festival XI" [1979]
OP16 Les Gens des Marais, January 17-Febuary 25, 1979
OP16 The Great White Throne Judgment, Scottish Rite Auditorium, Los Angeles, July 7, 1979 Scottish Rite Auditorium, Los Angeles, July 7, 1979
OP16 But Never Jam Today, Longacre Theatre, New York, New York, [July 31, 1979-August 5, 1979]
OP16 "Paul Robeson Campus Center Dedication Week," Newark, September 17-21, 1979
OP16 Comin' Uptown, Winter Garden Theatre, New York, New York, [December 20, 1979-January 27, 1980] Winter Garden Theatre, New York, New York, [December 20, 1979-January 27, 1980]
OP17 Home, Cort Theatre, New York, New York, [1980-1981] [3 posters] Cort Theatre, New York, New York, [1980-1981] [3 posters]
OP17 Tintypes, Golden Theatre, New York, New York, [1980-1981] Golden Theatre, New York, New York, [1980-1981]
OP17 Freein' the Spirit: Soul Vibrations IX: The Church in the Black Community, The Oakland Museum, February 15-March 30, 1980 The Oakland Museum, February 15-March 30, 1980
OP17 "New Rican Village Renaissance 80," Aaron Davis Hall, Center of Performing Arts City College, New York, New York, February 29, 1980
OP17 "Restorations 1st Black and Hispanic Arts and Humanities Festival," August 16-24, 1980
OP17 "An Evening with Gershwin," Paramount Theatre, Iowa, June 14, 1980
OP17 A Lesson from Aloes, Playhouse Theater, New York, New York, [November 17, 1980-February 8, 1981]
OP17 "Dance Theatre of Harlem," City Center, New York, New York, January 3-25, 1981
OP17 Bodybags, INTAR Hispanic American Theatre, New York, New York, July 30-August 24, 1981 INTAR Hispanic American Theatre, New York, New York, July 30-August 24, 1981
OP17 Agnes of God, Music Box Theatre, New York, New York, [1982-1983] Music Box Theatre, New York, New York, [1982-1983]
OP17 Ain't Misbehavin', Belasco Theatre, New York, New York, [January 26, 1981-February 21, 1982] Belasco Theatre, New York, New York, [January 26, 1981-February 21, 1982]
OP17 Blues in the Night, Rialto Theatre, New York, New York, 1982 [?] Rialto Theatre, New York, New York, 1982 [?]
OP17 The Corn is Green, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York, New York, [1983] [2 copies] Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York, New York, [1983] [2 copies]
OP17 Police Academy: What an Institution, 1984
OP17 The Brewery Puppet Troupe, 1984
OP17 Encounters, Little Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, February 1984 University of the District of Columbia, February 1984
OP17 "Black Theatre Season," Arts Theatre, London, January 9-March 30, 1985
OP17 "Federal Theatre Project: Poster Exhibition," George Mason University, September 3-October 21, 1985
OP17 "Duke Ellington's Queenie Pie World Premiere," American Music Theater Festival, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1986 American Music Theater Festival, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1986
OP17 "3rd Black Theatre Season," Arts Theatre, London, January 8-March 29, 1986
OP17 CoCo Bale, Charas Teatro La Terraza, New York, New York, May 29-June 1, 6-8, 1986 Charas Teatro La Terraza, New York, New York, May 29-June 1, 6-8, 1986
OP17 Burglar, 1987
OP17 The Lion and the Jewel, Rand Theater, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 30, May 1-2, 6-9, 1987 Rand Theater, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 30, May 1-2, 6-9, 1987
OP17 "Black Theater Conference," Panelist: James V. Hatch, Amherst, Massachusetts, May 1, 1987
OP17 Fires in the Mirror, PBS, April 28, 1993 PBS, April 28, 1993
OP17 "Kuumba Theatre 25th Anniversary," Chicago, Illinois, October 17, 1993
OP17 Big White Fog, by Theodore Ward, Federal Theatre, Fairfax, Virginia, February 17-18, 1994 Theodore Ward, Federal Theatre, Fairfax, Virginia, February 17-18, 1994
OP17 "Breaking Barriers: Celebrating Women Making Theatre," July 23-27, 1994
OP17 For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, Apollo Theatre, New York, New York, October 1, 1994 Apollo Theatre, New York, New York, October 1, 1994
OP17 Onstage: A Century of African American Stage Design, Amsterdam Gallery, New York, New York, January 24-May 20, 1995 Amsterdam Gallery, New York, New York, January 24-May 20, 1995
OP17 JuJu Man, Billie Holiday Theatre for Little Folk, Harlem Children's Theatre, New York, New York, [1998?] Harlem Children's Theatre, New York, New York, [1998?]
OP17 God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, April 17, 1998 Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, April 17, 1998
OP17 Black Nativity, Jelliffe Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio, December 5-December 28, 2003 Jelliffe Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio, December 5-December 28, 2003
OP17 Aya, The Chicago Theatre, Columbia College, October 22-24, 2004 Columbia College, October 22-24, 2004
OP17 The Amen Corner, Environmental Theatre, Federal City College, no date Environmental Theatre, Federal City College, no date
OP17 Antigone, Environmental Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, no date
OP18 "Audelco: 7th Annual Recognition Awards: Lettin' the Spirit Have Its Way," Symphony Space, [New York, New York], no date
OP18 Big White Fog, International House Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, no date International House Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, no date
OP18 "The Billie Holiday Theatre for Little Folk Presents [various]," New York, New York, no date
OP18 A Black Love Fable, New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, no date New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 A Black Time for Black Folk, The New Lafayette Theatre, Harlem, New York, no date
OP18 Breakfast is Served, & Happy Ending, Billie Holiday Theatre, New York, New York, no date Happy Ending, Billie Holiday Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP32 Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk: A Tap Rap Discourse on the Staying Power of the Beat, Public Theater, New York, New York, no date Public Theater, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Daddy Goodness, Winter Garden Theatre, New York, New York, no date Winter Garden Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Dixie to Broadway: An Exhibition of Black Americans on Stage, 1800-1939, no date
OP18 Deep Are the Roots, no date
OP18 Doctor B.S. Black, Environmental Theatre, no date
OP18 "An Evening of Comedy: Sister Selenda Got the Gift and Day of Absence," D.C. Black Repertory Co., Washington, D.C., no date
OP18 The Fabulous Miss Marie, New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Fences, 46th Street Theatre, New York, New York, no date 46th Street Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Generations, Bayview Opera House, San Francisco, California, no date Bayview Opera House, San Francisco, California, no date
OP18 Goin 'a Buffalo, New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 The Hairy Ape & The Emperor Jones, Fordham at Lincoln Centre, New York, New York, no date Fordham at Lincoln Centre, New York, New York, no date The Emperor Jones,
OP18 Home: A New Comedy, Cort Theatre, New York, New York, no date Cort Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 House Party: a soulful happening with music by Ed Bullins, American Place Theatre, New York, New York, no date American Place Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Images, Environmental Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, no date
OP18 In the BeginningLuciferThe Bible, New York, New York, no date
OP18 The Island, Environmental Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, no date
OP18 It Ain't Nothin' but the Blues, Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center, no date Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center, no date
OP18 Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York, New York, no date Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 "La Mama Cotton Club Gala," Limelight, no date
OP18 Livin' Fat, The Environmental Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, no date
OP18 Livin' Fat, The Environmental Theatre, University of the District of Columbia, no date [with inscriptions]
OP18 Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Cort Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Royale Theatre, New York, New York, no date [signed by actors] Royale Theatre, New York, New York, no date [signed by actors]
OP18 Magic of Marionettes, Billie Holiday Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Man Better Man, Environmental Theatre, Federal City College, no date
OP18 Medea, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, no date Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, no date
OP18 The Mighty Gents, Eisenhower Theater at the Kennedy Center, Washington, District of Columbia, no date Eisenhower Theater at the Kennedy Center, Washington, District of Columbia, no date
OP18 Owen's Song: Tribute to Owen Dodson, The Last Colony Theatre, no date The Last Colony Theatre, no date
OP18 The Piano Lesson, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, New York, no date Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Portraits of Woman, Environmental Theatre, Federal City College, no date
OP18 "Ports of Entry: An Ethnic Heritage Series of Plays and Seminars," Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, New York, New York, no date
OP18 The Prodigal Sister, Theatre De Lys, New York, New York, no date Theatre De Lys, New York, New York, no date
OP18 Sister Selena Got the Gift, & Day of Absence, The Last Colony Theatre, no date Day of Absence, The Last Colony Theatre, no date
OP18 Small Fish Big Dreamer, The Harlem Renaissance Performance Theatre, New York, New York, no date The Harlem Renaissance Performance Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 "Theatre for Little Folk with Maurice Mander," The Billie Holiday Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 "Three Productions in Repertory: A Hand is on the Gate, Acife and Pendabis, El Hajj Malik," Afro American Studio Theatre Centre, New York, New York, no date Afro American Studio Theatre Centre, New York, New York, no date Acife and Pendabis, El Hajj Malik,"
OP18 To Be Young, Gifted and Black, Environmental Theatre, Federal City College, no date
OP18 To raise the dead and foretell the future, New Lafayette Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 "Whoopi Goldberg," Lyceum Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 The Wiz, Broadway Theatre, New York, New York, no date
OP18 "The Wiz Cast's Public Service Announcement for Sickle Cell Disease," no date
OP18 Yamashita, no date
Visual arts: Dated
OP19 1967 Art Exhibit, Goddard-Riverside, April 13-May 3, 1967 Goddard-Riverside, April 13-May 3, 1967
OP19 Peoples Flag Show, Judson Memorial Church, New York, New York, November 9, 1970 Judson Memorial Church, New York, New York, November 9, 1970
OP19 Elizabeth Catlett Prints & Sculpture, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, September 26, 1971-January 9, 1972 Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, September 26, 1971-January 9, 1972
OP19 A New Vitality in Art: the Black Woman, Mount Holyoke College, April 6-30, 1972 Mount Holyoke College, April 6-30, 1972
OP19 Betye Saar: Black Girl's Window, Berkeley Art Center, December 15-January 25, 1973 Berkeley Art Center, December 15-January 25, 1973
OP19 The Black Photographer, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Brooklyn, New York, May 1-June 16, 1973 Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Brooklyn, New York, May 1-June 16, 1973
OP19 "Flashback: Second Conference of Black Visual Artists in New England," Dorchester, May 11-12, 1973
OP19 Blacks: USA: 1973, The New York Cultural Center, September 26-November 15, 1973 New York Cultural Center, September 26-November 15, 1973
OP19 Juan Logan Painting/Sculpture, North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 7-November 3, 1973 North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 7-November 3, 1973
OP19 Camille Billops: Ceramic Sculpture, Artist House, New York, December 11-December 22, 1973 Artist House, New York, December 11-December 22, 1973
OP19 The Way Back, Dana Chandler Jr., The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, Massachusetts, April 7-April 28, 1974 Dana Chandler Jr., The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, Massachusetts, April 7-April 28, 1974
OP19 Back to Back: From Africa to America, S.F. Art Commission Gallery, San Francisco, April 9-April 27, 1974 S.F. Art Commission Gallery, San Francisco, April 9-April 27, 1974
OP19 Uneasy Chronicles: Work in Progress, Aida Hernandez Gallery, New York, New York, May, 1974 Aida Hernandez Gallery, New York, New York, May, 1974
OP19 African Art and Motion, National Gallery of Art, May 5-September 22, 1974 National Gallery of Art, May 5-September 22, 1974
OP19 Center City, An Exhibition of Midtown Artists, New York, New York, May 8-June 1, [1974]
OP19 Constructional Forms, Juan Logan, Winthrop Gallery, Rock Hill, October 2-31, 1974 Juan Logan, Winthrop Gallery, Rock Hill, October 2-31, 1974
OP19 An Exhibition of Paintings & Drawings by Bernard Cameron, The Cloud Gallery, New York, November 23-December 6, 1974 The Cloud Gallery, New York, November 23-December 6, 1974
OP19 Daniel Larue Johnson: Paintings in Homage to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche and to His Impact on the Future, Noah Goldowsky Gallery, New York, New York, February 4-28, 1975 Noah Goldowsky Gallery, New York, New York, February 4-28, 1975
OP19 A Mulata Cor-do-Rosa by Abdias do Nascimento, Black Brasil - A Festival of Arts, [Los Angeles, California], February 12-22, 1975 Los Angeles, California], February 12-22, 1975
OP19 Kapo Paintings and Sculpture, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York, New York, February 17-March 8, 1975 and Smith-Mason Gallery, Washington D.C., March 2-22, 1975 Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York, New York, February 17-March 8, 1975 and Smith-Mason Gallery, Washington D.C., March 2-22, 1975
OP19 Mel Edwards, Cinque Gallery, New York, New York, March 1-29, 1975 Cinque Gallery, New York, New York, March 1-29, 1975
OP19 Sojourn: An Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Carole Byard and Valerie Maynard, Gallery 1199, New York, New York, March 18-June 5, 1975 Gallery 1199, New York, New York, March 18-June 5, 1975
OP19 Color, Light, and Image: In Celebration of the United Nations designated International Woman's Year 1975, Women's Iterart Center, New York, New York, November 12, 1975 Women's Iterart Center, New York, New York, November 12, 1975
OP19 "Festac '75: The 2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture," Lagos, Nigeria, November 22 - December 20, 1975
OP19 America: the third century, [Duck out of Water by Raymond Saunders], Mobil Oil Corporation for the Bicentennial, 1976 Raymond Saunders], Mobil Oil Corporation for the Bicentennial, 1976 Duck out of Water by
OP19 "1976 New York-New Jersey Regional Conference," Jersey City State College, Jersey City, New Jersey, March 6-7, 1976
OP19 P.H. Polk Photographs, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, April 25-May 23, 1976
OP19 "The First Annual Lewis H. Micheaux Book Fair," Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, May 21 & 22, 1976
OP19 The Black Photographers Annual, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, June 13-July 25, 1976
OP19 Alfred J. Smith, Jr.: Paintings Sculpture, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, June 27-July 25, 1976
OP19 Other Voices: Paul Collins, Paintings and Drawings, September 12-October 10, 1976
OP19 Family Album: Photographs, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, September 12-October 17, 1976
OP19 Freida High/Prints and Drawings, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, October 17-November 21, 1976
OP20 Echoes: Prisons, U.S.A., The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, October 24, 1976
OP20 Restoration Celebrates Ten Years in the Bedford-Stuyvesant Community 1967-1977, New York, New York, [1977]
OP20 Living Space: An Exhibition on Low Income Housing, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, May 1-June 12, 1977
OP20 "Summer Art Exhibition," Black Enterprise Magazine, July 14, 1977
OP20 "The Legacy of James Van Der Zee: A Portrait of Black Americans," Alternative Center for International Arts, New York, New York, November 2-December 3, 1977 Alternative Center for International Arts, New York, New York, November 2-December 3, 1977
OP20 Arthur Carraway, Paintings, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, February 26-March 26, 1978
OP20 Melvin Edwards, Sculpture, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, February 26-March 26, 1978
OP20 Banerjee, Columbia University, New York, New York, March 21-April 14, 1978 Columbia University, New York, New York, March 21-April 14, 1978
OP20 8th Annual Faculty Exhibition, Howard University, Washington, D.C., March 22 - April 14, 1978 Howard University, Washington, D.C., March 22 - April 14, 1978
OP20 Migrations: A National Exhibition of African-American Printmakers, Howard University, Washington, D.C., August 28-Spetember 23, 1978
OP20 Haitian Art, The Brooklyn Museum, New York, New York, September 2- November 5, 1978 The Brooklyn Museum, New York, New York, September 2- November 5, 1978
OP20 "The Painting, Drawing & Sculpture Department of the Tyler School of Art of Temple University Presents 1978-79 Visiting Artists," School of Art of Temple University, [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania], October 1978-April 1979
OP20 "The Painting, Drawing & Sculpture Department of the Tyler School of Art of Temple University Presents 1978-79 Lecture Series," School of Art of Temple University, [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania], October 1978-April 1979
OP20 Passages: For Those Who Have Worn Rosed Colored Glasses, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, September 20-October 30, 1978
OP20 "The Printing and Drawing Exhibition, Black Enterprise Magazine, New York, December 7, 1978-February 7, 1979
OP20 Harlem, U.S.A. Photographs by Dawoud Bey, Studio Museum in Harlem, January 14-March 11, 1979
OP20 Harlem, U.S.A. Photographs by Dawoud Bey, Studio Museum in Harlem, January 14-March 11, 1979 [with inscription]
OP20 Harrison Branch Photographs, Fine Arts Gallery Fort Steilacoom Community College, Tacoma, February, 1979 Fort Steilacoom Community College, Tacoma, February, 1979
OP20 Betye Saar, Rainbow Babe in the Woods, University of North Dakota Art Galleries, Grand Forks, February 13-April 6, 1979 University of North Dakota Art Galleries, Grand Forks, February 13-April 6, 1979
OP20 Enock Placide, The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's Center for Art and Culture, April 29-May 29, 1979 Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's Center for Art and Culture, April 29-May 29, 1979
OP20 Bill Hutson: Recent Paintings and Scrolls, LSU Union Art Gallery, Baton Rouge, May 4-16, 1979 LSU Union Art Gallery, Baton Rouge, May 4-16, 1979
OP20 Survival, Annual B.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, Howard University, May 12-May 31, 1979
OP20 African American Crafts, Toward Artistic and Economic Self-Sufficiency, Shelby State Community College, Memphis, Tennessee, May 29-June 3, 1979 Shelby State Community College, Memphis, Tennessee, May 29-June 3, 1979
OP20 Search for Truth: Otto Neal Emmett Wigglesworth, The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporations Center for Art and Culture, [New York, New York], September 2-October 5, 1979
OP26 "Robeson Campus Center Addition," Rutgers-The State University/Newark, Dedication Week, September 17-21, 1979
OP20 Art for Public Spaces: Proposals/Solutions, Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, October 4-25, 1979 Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, October 4-25, 1979
OP20 Robert Kelly: Sculptures and Conceptual Drawings, The CRT's Craftery, Hartford, Connecticut, October 7-26, 1979 The CRT's Craftery, Hartford, Connecticut, October 7-26, 1979
OP20 Nelson Stevens Primal Force: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, October 14-November 10, 1979 [autographed by the curator] Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, October 14-November 10, 1979 [autographed by the curator]
OP20 Graphics, The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's Center for Art and Culture, New York, New York, November 7-December 10, 1979
OP26 A Door to Our Art History, Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, 1980
OP20 Impressions/Expressions: Black American Graphics, Studio Museum in Harlem and the Gallery of Art, Howard University, 1980 Gallery of Art, Howard University, 1980
OP20 Howardena Pindell, Works on Paper & Jack Whitten, Paintings, Trenton State College, Holman Gallery, February 14-29, 1980 Trenton State College, Holman Gallery, February 14-29, 1980
OP20 Afro-American Art: In the 20th Century: Three Episodes, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York [et al.], January 15-March 8, 1980 Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York [et al.], January 15-March 8, 1980
OP20 Rutgers Newark Student Art Show, Paul Robeson Campus Center Gallery, February 13-March 4, 1980 Paul Robeson Campus Center Gallery, February 13-March 4, 1980
OP20 Betye Saar: Rituals, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, April 13-June 29, 1980
OP20 The Carl Van Vechten Childrens' Art Exhibit, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 1980 Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 1980
OP20 Carl Van Vechten: Cultural Contributions of a Century, 1880-1980, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 14-17, 1980
OP20 The Tattooed Countess, Carl van Vechten, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 14-17, 1980 Carl van Vechten, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 14-17, 1980
OP20 Self-Portrait Exhibition, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York [et al.], March 26-October 5, [1980]
OP20 CAPS at the Y, The Midtown Y Gallery, May 29-June 22, 1980 Midtown Y Gallery, May 29-June 22, 1980
OP20 Power Objects: Ancient and to the Future, Howard University, Gallery of Art, June 2-27, 1980
OP20 Milton Derr, Paintings 1975-1980, African American Master Artists in Residence Program, Northeastern University, June 13-July 6, 1980
OP20 Van Der Zee: A Photographic Exhibition of James Van Der Zee, The Oakland Museum, [California], June 27-August 3, 1980 Oakland Museum, [California], June 27-August 3, 1980
OP20 Art across the Park, Central Park North, New York, New York, July 20-September 12, 1980
OP20 Art for Zimbabwe, New York, New York, September 28, 1980
OP20 The Business of Being an Artist, Just Above Midtown/Downtown, New York, New York, October 7, 1980-May 5, 1981
OP20 Save Our Children in Atlanta, Faith Ringgold, 1981 Faith Ringgold, 1981
OP20 Children and Culture: A Celebration, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, New York, January 5-April 5, 1981 Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, New York, January 5-April 5, 1981
OP20 New Orleans: Sunny Side Paintings by Gilbert D. Fletcher, Dillard University Library, New Orleans, March 7-March 20, 1981 Dillard University Library, New Orleans, March 7-March 20, 1981
OP20 The Working Process, March 9-May 1, 1981
OP20 Valerie Maynard: Original Sculpture Graphics, Studio A512, New York, [inscribed by artist], April 1, 1981 Studio A512, New York, [inscribed by artist], April 1, 1981
OP20 The Orisha Tradition: A World View, conference sponsored by The University of Ile-Ife, Nigeria, Africa and the Visual Arts Research and Resource Center Relating to the Caribbean, June 1-5, 1981 University of Ile-Ife, Nigeria, Africa and the Visual Arts Research and Resource Center Relating to the Caribbean, June 1-5, 1981
OP20 The Reality of Perception: Ten Realist Views, Robeson Center Gallery, Newark, New Jersey, July 1-September 25, 1981" Robeson Center Gallery, Newark, New Jersey, July 1-September 25, 1981"
OP20 Vincent Smith: Works on Paper, Store Front Museum/Paul Robeson Theatre, Jamaica, New York, October 27-December 28, 1981 Store Front Museum/ Paul Robeson Theatre, Jamaica, New York, October 27-December 28, 1981
OP20 "Remade in the USA: National Conference of Artists New Jersey Chapter," Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey, February 8-February 26, 1982 [2 copies]
OP20 Joseph Delaney: Parades, Henry Street Settlement, New York, New York, February 5-March 14, 1982 Henry Street Settlement, New York, New York, February 5-March 14, 1982
OP21 Jacob Lawrence: Drawings and Paintings, The Museum of African American Art, Santa Monica, California, April 3-30, 1982 Museum of African American Art, Santa Monica, California, April 3-30, 1982
OP21 "Celebrate the Dedication of the Graham & Parks Alternative Public School," Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1983
OP21 Martin Puryear, University Gallery at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1984 University Gallery at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1984
OP26 Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, January-March 1984
OP21 Affirmations of Life: The Opposite of a Nuclear Nightmare, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, New York, April 8-May 20, 1984 Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, New York, April 8-May 20, 1984
OP21 Faith Ringgold: Twenty Years of Painting, Sculpture, and Performance 1963-1983, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, April 8-September 4, 1984
OP21 Transformations Recent Serigraphs, Ben Jones, The Newark Museum, New York, April 14 - May 28, 1984 Newark Museum, New York, April 14 - May 28, 1984
OP21 African World Festival, The Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan, August 24-26, 1984 Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan, August 24-26, 1984
OP26 Art Against Apartheid/'84-'85, New York, New York, September 1984-April 1985
OP21 The Stieglitz Collection, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, October 21, 1984 Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, October 21, 1984
OP21 The Afro-American Family: Historical Strengths for the New Century, National Black History Month, Association for the Study of African-American Life and History, 1985 Association for the Study of African-American Life and History, 1985
OP21 Dawoud Bey: Mexico: Seven Photographs, Direct Mail Art, A Project of the Institute of Contemporary American Arts, Brooklyn, New York, 1985 Institute of Contemporary American Arts, Brooklyn, New York, 1985
OP21 "The Governor's Schools of Tennessee, Arts Science Humanities," Summer 1985
OP21 Black Women Artists of California, The Museum of African American Art, Los Angeles, California, June 23, 1985-August 18, 1985 Museum of African American Art, Los Angeles, California, June 23, 1985-August 18, 1985
OP21 Art on the Beach, Battery Park City Landfill, New York, New York, July 2-September 13, 1985 Battery Park City Landfill, New York, New York, July 2-September 13, 1985
OP21 Impact: An Exchange of Exhibitions between Jamaica Arts Center and Henry Street Settlement's Arts for Living Center, New York, New York, July 11-September 7, 1985
OP21 Designed, But Not Realized: Slave Markets, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, August 10-October 12, 1985 Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, August 10-October 12, 1985
OP21 The 7th Annual South Bronx Show, Bronx Council of the Arts [et al.], June 28-August 2, 1986 Bronx Council of the Arts [et al.], June 28-August 2, 1986
OP21 Master and Pupils: The Education of the Black Artist in New York: 1900-1980, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, [et al.] December 13, 1986-April 24, 1987
OP21 John Biggers: Patchwork Quilts and Shotguns, Transco Energy Company, Houston, Texas, January 19-February 28, 1987 Transco Energy Company, Houston, Texas, January 19-February 28, 1987
OP21 Afro-American Artist in the Age of Cultural Pluralism, The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, February 1-March 8, [1987] Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, February 1-March 8, [1987]
OP21 Reconstruction Project: Powerhouse, Camille Billops (listed), March 1987
OP21 The Eighth Annual South Bronx Show, 1987, Bronx, New York, June 25-July 31 1987 Bronx, New York, June 25-July 31 1987
OP21 Agendas for Survival, Hunter College, June 27-28, 1987 Hunter College, June 27-28, 1987
OP21 Jacob Lawrence, American Painter, The Brooklyn Museum, October 2 - November 30, 1987
OP21 Bob Thompson, Jamaica Arts Center, [New York, New York], November 14-December 24, 1987
OP21 Master and Pupils II: The Education of the Black Artist in New York: 1900-1980, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, January 20-February 20, 1988
OP21 "Black Women in the Arts: A Tradition of Distinction and Accomplishments," New York State Division for Women, February 1988 New York State Division for Women, February 1988
OP21 Afro-America '88, David B. Steinman Festival of the Arts, Canton, New York, March 3-14, 1988 Canton, New York, March 3-14, 1988
OP21 We Wish to Plead Our Own Cause, Black-owned Book Publishing in the United States 1817-1987, Schomburg Center, April 22-September 10 1988 Schomburg Center, April 22-September 10 1988
OP21 "Museum Notes: California Afro-American Museum," October-November 1988
OP21 Up Tiempo, Performing and Visual Artists of the Americas, Museo del Barrio, New York, New York, November 4-December 10, 1988 Museo del Barrio, New York, New York, November 4-December 10, 1988
OP21 Affinities: Idioms / Aesthetics / Intents, Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, New York, November 19-December 30, 1988
OP21 Abstract Expressionism: The Missing Link, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, January 12-February 25, 1989
OP21 Another Face of the Diamond: Pathways through the Black Atlantic South, Intar Latin American Gallery, New York, January 23-March 3, 1989 Intar Latin American Gallery, New York, January 23-March 3, 1989
OP21 Visions toward Tomorrow: the History of the East Bay African American Community 1852-1977, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, January 21-March 26, 1989 Oakland, California, January 21-March 26, 1989
OP21 Yani: The Brush of Innocence, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., June 25-October 22, 1989 Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., June 25-October 22, 1989
OP21 Elizabeth Catlett: Print Retrospective, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, New York, September 16-October 25, 1989
OP21 Black Women in the Arts 1990, Montclair State College Gallery, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, June 7-July 13, 1990 Montclair State College Gallery, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, June 7-July 13, 1990
OP21 Elizabeth Catlett, 1970-1990, Malcolm Brown Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, 1991 Malcolm Brown Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, 1991
OP21 Shacks, Beverly Buchanan, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, New York, May 11-June 11, 1991 Beverly Buchanan, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, New York, May 11-June 11, 1991
OP21 Angulas: Street of Gold, Jamaica Arts Center, New York New York, [et al.], October 6, 1990-April 27, 1991
OP21 Black Popular Culture, Dia Center for the Arts and the Studio Museum in Harlem present a conference organized by Michele Wallace, December 6-7, 1991 Dia Center for the Arts and the Studio Museum in Harlem present a conference organized by Michele Wallace, December 6-7, 1991
OP21 We Dream A Vision: We Make It Happen, Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY, New York, New York, Women's History Month 1992 Borough of Manhattan Community College/ CUNY, New York, New York, Women's History Month 1992
OP21 Robertson African Arts: 20th Anniversary, New York City, 1993
OP21 William Knight, Princeton University, January 3-29, 1993 Princeton University, January 3-29, 1993
OP21 Malcolm X, International Center of Photography, Uptown, April 2-June 27, 1993 International Center of Photography, Uptown, April 2-June 27, 1993
OP26 Imagining Families: Images and Voices, National African American Museum, Washington, D.C., August 15, 1994-February 28, 1995 National African American Museum, Washington, D.C., August 15, 1994-February 28, 1995
OP21 Fifty Years of Haitian Art, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, April 7-May 31, 1995
OP21 On Top of the World, Emma Amos, Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta, Georgia, July 19-August 4, 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta, Georgia, July 19-August 4, 1996
OP21 The Art of John Biggers: View from the Upper Room, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 18-April 20, 1997 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 18-April 20, 1997
OP21 "Mural Arts Program 1998 calendar," Philadelphia Department of Recreation Mural Arts Program, 1998
OP21 Feeling the Spirit: Searching the World for the People of Africa, Chester Higgins, The King Arts Complex, September 17-November 14, 1998 Chester Higgins, The King Arts Complex, September 17-November 14, 1998
OP21 Black New Yorkers: 400 Years of African American History, The Schomburg Center, New York, New York, October 21, 1999-March 31, 2000
OP21 Ed Clark: Celebration of a Master, G.R.N'Namdi Gallery, New York, New York [et. al.], May 8, 2004 G.R.N'Namdi Gallery, New York, New York [et. al.], May 8, 2004
OP21 Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition," Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [1 of 6] University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [1 of 6]
OP21 A Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition, Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [2 of 6]
OP21 A Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition, Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [3 of 6]
OP21 A Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition, Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [4 of 6]
OP21 A Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition, Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [5 of 6]
OP21 A Century of African American Art: Inaugural Exhibition, Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, September 8, 2004-June 1, 2005 [6 of 6]
OP21 10th Anniversary Black Fine Art Show, The Puck Building, New York, New York, February 2-5, 2006
OP21 Stars of Ethiopia [2011]
OP21 The Jazz Photography of Tony Barboza, Miles Davis, EMPL Art Exhibit, February 2011 Miles Davis, EMPL Art Exhibit, February 2011
OP21 The Jazz Photography of Tony Barboza, Ornette Coleman, EMPL Art Exhibit, February 2011 Ornette Coleman, EMPL Art Exhibit, February 2011
Visual arts: Undated
OP22 African American Works on Paper from the Cochran Collection, no date
OP22 Arise, no date
OP22 "Arts Festival: Federal City College," Washington, D.C., June 1-10, [?]
OP22 "Arts: The University of the Streets Arts and Crafts Festival #1," August 5-12, [?]
OP22 Bearden, Romare, The Prevalence of Ritual, no date Bearden, Romare,
OP22 Black Enterprise Magazine, "Exhibition: A Collection of Paintings by Contributing Artists to Black Enterprise Magazine," New York, New York, December 9-January 2, [?] Black Enterprise Magazine," New York, New York, December 9-January 2, [?]
OP22 Black Enterprise Magazine, "'Self Portrait' Exhibition," March 26-April 27, [?], Studio Museum in Harlem and August 17-October 5, Springfield Museum of Fine Arts Springfield Museum of Fine Arts
OP22 Black Photographers, 1840-1940, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, no date
OP22 "The Burgess Collection of Fine Art Gallery," New York, New York, no date
OP22 Burke, Selma, no date
OP22 Carden, Janice, "Selected Graphics and featuring the art of Janice Carden," June 2-June 29 [?]
OP22 Clarke, Leroy, "Doens 1973-1975, Leroy Clarke," no date
OP22 Forms in Focus at the Co-op City, New York, May 8-September 1, [?]
OP22 Great Kings of Africa: Alfonso I-King of the Kongo (1506-1540), St. Louis, no date St. Louis, no date
OP22 Great Kings of Africa: Askia Muhammed Toure-King of Songhay (1493-1529), St. Louis, no date
OP22 Great Kings of Africa: Mansa Kankan Mussa-King of Mali (1312-1337), St. Louis, no date
OP22 Great Kings of Africa: Menelek II-King of Kings of Abyssinia (1844-1913), St. Louis, no date
OP22 Great Kings of Africa: Shaka-King of the Zulus (1818-1828), St. Louis, no date
OP22 "Howard University Art Department," no date
OP22 Johnson, M.L.J., Subliminal Ancestry, The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation Center for Art & Culture, December 9-January 12 [?] Johnson, M.L.J.,
OP22 Logan, Juan, Juan Logan, Stowe Gallery Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, September 30, [?] Logan, Juan, Stowe Gallery Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, September 30, [?]
OP22 Logan, Rogers, Biggers, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 11, [?] Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 11, [?]
OP22 Love, Ed, no date
OP22 Lumsden, Walter Ian, A Memorial Exhibit: Walter Ian Lumsden, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, New York, New York, July 15-August 5, [?] Lumsden, Walter Ian,
OP22 Marley, Robert Nesta, Robert Nester Marley, Nelson Stevens, no date Marley, Robert Nesta, Nelson Stevens, no date
OP22 Pindell, Howardena, A Retrospective, Roland Gibson Gallery, Potsdam College of the State University of New York, no date Pindell, Howardena, Roland Gibson Gallery, Potsdam College of the State University of New York, no date
OP22 Robinson, Aminah, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Columbus Museum of Art, no date Robinson, Aminah, Columbus Museum of Art, no date
OP22 Saar, Betye, Assemblage, Merrill Library, May 18-June 10, [?] Saar, Betye, Merrill Library, May 18-June 10, [?]
OP22 Smith, Howard, Clark Humanities Museum, Scripps College, September 15-October 15, [?]
OP22 Smith, Vincent, Riding on a Blue Note, Henry Street Settlement Louis Abrons Art Center, New York, New York, no date Smith, Vincent, Henry Street Settlement Louis Abrons Art Center, New York, New York, no date
OP22 Through eyes of blackness: A Photographic Exhibit by Four Chicago Area Photographers, South Side Community Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois, June 17-July 7, [?] South Side Community Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois, June 17-July 7, [?]
OP22 Voices Expressing What Is: an exhibition against racism, Westbeth Gallery, New York, New York, February 1-March 1, [?] Westbeth Gallery, New York, New York, February 1-March 1, [?]
OP22 Wilson, Wendy, Janus Presents Wendy Wilson: an exhibition of drawings and lithographs, The Grove, Ilkley Wilson, Wendy, The Grove, Ilkley
Art prints
OP23 Ahene, Nii, Black Pride, 1973 Ahene, Nii,
OP23 Alston, Charles, Family, No. 1, 1955 Alston, Charles,
OP23 Barnes, Cornell, Last Supper, 1986 Barnes, Cornell,
OP23 Billops, Camille, Old Black Joe, Camille Billops Minstrel Series, 1991
OP23 Britt's Drip, no date
OP23 Bullins, Ed, no date
OP23 Bunaughs [?], M., Emma Lazurus, 1953
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., The Black Revolutionary Family, 1967 Chandler, Dana C.,
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., Check Out Yo' Mind! Dana C. Chandler, Jr., 1970
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., Dirty Do-Rag, 1970
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., Fred Hampton's Door - Chicago - 1969, 1970
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., Pan African Man, 1970
OP23 Chandler, Dana C., What Amerika Means to the Black Man-Circa 1775-1970, 1970[?]
OP23 Cowans, Adger W., Moments, 1981 Cowans, Adger W.,
OP23 Cowans, Adger W., Soweto, 1986
OP23 Cowans, Adger W., Soweto, 1986 [duplicate?]
OP23 Cummings, Michael, African Jazz #10, 1990 Cummings, Michael,
OP23 Cummings, Michael, Haitian Mermaid #3, no date
OP23 Cummings, Michael, I'll Fly Away, no date
OP23 Cummings, Michael, Josephine Baker, photograph of quilt, no date
OP23 Cummings, Michael, untitled, photograph of quilt, no date
OP23 Denmark, J., Multiple, 1969
OP23 Hollingsworth, A.C., Cry City No. 2, no date Hollingsworth, A.C.,
OP23 Hussain, Tribute to Mother Teresa, 1980
OP23 Jackson, Reginald, No Credit Please, 1971 Jackson, Reginald,
OP23 Joseph, Cliff, Blackboard, no date Joseph, Cliff,
OP23 Leigh, W.R., An Old Time Cake Walk, no date Leigh, W.R.,
OP23 Maynard, Valerie, Valerie, 1981 Maynard, Valerie,
OP23 McQueen, Robert "Kaki," angel, no date
OP23 McQueen, Robert "Kaki," Frederick Douglass, 2000
OP23 McQueen, Robert "Kaki," woman with baby, no date
OP23 Pitts, Aaron Ibn Pori, Line Etching of strike at Chrysler's Dodge Main Plant, December 5, 1970 Pitts, Aaron Ibn Pori,
OP23 Powell, Georgette Seabrooke, Tired Feet, 1936 Powell, Georgette Seabrooke,
OP23 Ribes, Martin Luther King, Jr., no date
OP23 Ringgold, Faith, The United States of Attica: founded by the American people on September 13, 1971 at Attica Prison, N.Y. where 42 men gave their lives in an heroic struggle for freedom, The Judson Three, April 15, 1972 Ringgold, Faith,
OP23 Saar, Betye, Aunt Jemima & Hoo Doo Doll, signed print, no date Saar, Betye,
OP23 Saunders, Raymond, African Series, 1970 Saunders, Raymond,
OP23 Smith, Howard, Museum of African American Art, Los Angeles, California, 1980 [?]
OP23 Soobben, Nanda, Portrait of a South African Journalist, 1988 Soobben, Nanda,
OP23 Spreckelsen, Sigrid Schadwell von, [Madonna and Child], no date
OP23 Spreckelsen, Sigrid Schadwell von, Christies, no date
OP23 White, Charles, Six Drawings, 1952-1953 White, Charles,
OP23 White, Charles, ten drawings, 1961
OP23 Williams, Alice, untitled, 1968
OP23 Williams, Michael, untitled, Lower East Side Printshop, 1989
OP23 Williams, Walter, Poultry Market, 1953 Williams, Walter,
OP23 Wong, Chelsea, untitled, September 28, 2005
OP23 Unknown artist, "Untitled," [Black girl drinking from "Coke" cup], 2000
Other
OP24 75th Jubilee Anniversary, Jackson State College, Jackson, Mississippi, October 19-24, 1952
OP24 "Organize Against the National Front, Don't Let Racism Divide Us," circa 1970s
OP24 Robinson, Jackie, 1919-1972
OP24 "What will You win in the Artists' Benefit for Civil Liberties?" Leo Castelli Gallery, New York City, New York, March 11, 1972
OP24 Save our Children in Atlanta, 1981
OP24 "A Benefit for Colorado Streams and Trout," Colorado Council of Tour, Denver, Colorado, April 11, 1981
OP24 I've been rich and I've been poor .. rich is better, by Edmund Teske, 1983 Edmund Teske, 1983
OP24 African World Festival, Hart Plaza, Detroit, Michigan, August 26-28, 1983
OP24 The 11th Annual Harlem Week Calendar of Events, 1985
OP24 Wilfredo Lam, 1986
OP24 Tom Feelings, print, 1987
OP24 "Harlem Week, 15th Anniversary," 1989
OP24 Will Barnet and Bob Blackburn, photograph, 1995
OP24 Rites of Ancestral Return: Commemorating the Colonial African Heritage, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, September 17-October 4, 2003
OP24 "Our Time is Now," Obama for President, 2008
OP24 "Juba," at Vaushall Gardens, no date
OP24 Jugar con Pompas es Jugar con Fuego, Department of Environment Protection, New York City, New York, no date Department of Environment Protection, New York City, New York, no date
OP24 Malcolm X, no date
OP24 Map, from Home to Klub Ka, no date
OP33 "W. I. Swain's Western Spectacular Production, Jesse James," no date
Foreign
OP25 Various
OP30 Various
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