Subseries 6.3
Miscellaneous printed materials
Box 20

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Box Folder Content
20 27 "Dobbs Makes Debut in Rigoletto", clipping
20 28 "Don't You Want to Be Free?" (A Poetry Play), One Act Play Magazine, October 1938, pp. 359-393 w/ dedication and signature on cover One Act Play Magazine, October 1938, pp. 359-393 w/ dedication and signature on cover
- - "High to Low", see "Low to High"
20 29 I Wonder as I Wander, review by Ted Poston, New York Post, 11 November 1956 w/ ANS Ted Poston,
20 30 "Langston Hughes: Poet of the People", [A Springboard Study Guide], 4 pp; ca. 1950s
20 31 "Langston Hughes in a Lecture-Reading of His Own Poems," program, 14 May 1942
20 32 "Low to High" and "High to Low," reprints, Midwest Journal, v. 1, no. 2, 1949, pp.25-26 w/ dedication, signature, and envelope Midwest Journal, v. 1, no. 2, 1949, pp.25-26 w/ dedication, signature, and envelope
20 33 "Opera Derived from Poem", publicity release regarding "The Barrier" w/ TNS in margin, 28 November 1949
20 34 Post card promotion for "Mulatto," Vanderbilt Theatre in New York, n.d.
20 35 Promotional flyer for Langston Hughes lecture reading, n.d.
20 36 "Simply Heavenly," reviews, New York Journal, 22 May 1957; New York Post, 22 May 1957 w/ ANS and envelope New York Post, 22 May 1957 w/ ANS and envelope
20 37 "Street Scene" [dramatic musical w/ lyrics by Langston Hughes], clipping / ANS, review, The New York Times, 10 January 1947 Langston Hughes], clipping / ANS, review,
23 46 Printed material related to Hughes
23 47 Clippings
Photos
20 38 Publicity photo of Langston Hughes [negative], 1932
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