Series 5
Printed material, 1882-2010
Boxes 47 - 53, 62-67, 72-77 and OP 21 - 45, 64, 77-109, 112-113

Scope and Content Note

The printed material series is arranged alphabetically, and includes programs, periodicals, posters, postcards, and general printed material from 1882 to 2010. There are numerous programs from early theatrical performances, as well as numerous notable souvenir journals, programs, and booklets from various events and performances in Harlem and beyond. The series also contains postcards (arranged by publisher) depicting Harlem and African Americans, posters and advertisements of musical events, a number of issues of periodicals related to African American arts and artists, and general ephemeral material including church fans. Sheet music in the series includes both printed music and hand-written stand scores. Printed music is arranged by composer or arranger while stand scores are arranged by title. Some printed material may also be found in Series 3 (subject files) and Series 1 (photographs).

Arrangement Note

Arranged by format, then in alphabetical order.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Printed or manuscript music in this collection that is still under copyright protection and is not in the Public Domain may not be photocopied or photographed. Researchers must provide written authorization from the copyright holder to request copies of these materials.

General
Box Folder Content
62 1 Adelaide Hall memorial service invitation, 1994
62 2 American Youth Theatre advertisement, undated
62 3 Andy Kirk Research Foundation advertisement, 1998
47 1 Apollo Theatre advertisements, 1980-2000
47 2 Louis Armstrong Giants of Jazz album insert, TimeLife Records, 1978 TimeLife Records, 1978
47 3 Black America on Stage exhibition program, Osterreichisches Theatermuseum, 1982
47 4 Black Enterprise Salute to the NAACP calendar, 1989
47 5 Café Anglais announcement, London, undated
72 4 Chanson Négre par Osbert Lancaster
OP77 - Clippings, oversized
72 5 Clippings, 1898
62 4 Clippings, 1911-1913
72 6 Clippings, 1918-1933
62 5 Clippings, 1934-1938
62 6 Clippings, 1940-1969
62 7 Clippings, 1971-1976
62 8 Clippings, 1977-1979
62 9 Clippings, 1980-1984 [1]
72 8 Clippings, 1980-1984 [2]
62 10 Clippings, 1985-1987 [1]
72 9 Clippings, 1985-1987 [2]
62 11 Clippings, 1988-1989 [1]
72 10 Clippings, 1988-1989 [2]
62 12 Clippings, 1990
62 13 Clippings, 1991
62 14 Clippings, 1992-1993 [1]
73 1 Clippings, 1992-1993 [2]
62 15 Clippings, 1994 [2]
73 2 Clippings, 1994 [2]
62 16 Clippings, 1995
62 17 Clippings, 1996-1997 [1]
73 3 Clippings, 1996-1997 [2]
62 18 Clippings, 1998
62 19 Clippings, 1999
63 1 Clippings, 2000
63 2 Clippings, 2001-2002 [1]
73 4 Clippings, 2001-2002 [2]
63 3 Clippings, 2003-2004 [1]
73 5 Clippings, 2003-2004 [2]
63 4 Clippings, 2005-2010 [1]
73 6 Clippings, 2005-2010 [2]
63 5 Clippings, no date [1]
63 6 Clippings, no date [2]
63 7 Clippings, no date [3]
63 8 Clippings, no date [4]
63 9 Clippings, no date [5]
63 10 Clippings, no date [6]
63 11 Clippings, no date [7]
63 12 Clippings, no date [8]
63 13 Clippings, no date [9]
73 7 Clippings, no date [10]
73 8 Clippings, no date [11]
47 6 Club Bali advertisement, undated
47 7 Colored Musicians Association 17th Annual Ball ticket, New York, April 1, 1934
47 8 The Copasetics annual boat ride promotional leaflet, 1995
47 9 The Copasetics sponsorship booklets, 1978-1981
47 10 Daughters of the Dawn and Night advertisement, New Star Casino, New York, 1924
73 9 Education of a Princess: A Memoir, title page [inscribed by Grand Duchess Marie], circa 1903 Grand Duchess Marie], circa 1903
47 11 Fan depicting two African American children, W.J. Philban Insurance, undated
47 12 Fan depicting Richard B. Harrison of The Green Pastures, Duncan Brothers Funeral Home, March 17, 1935 Richard B. Harrison of Duncan Brothers Funeral Home, March 17, 1935
73 10 Gordon, Robert Winslow, New York Times Sunday Magazine articles, 1927-1928 Gordon, Robert Winslow,
47 13 The Green Pastures illustrated booklet, 1936
OP21 Harlem history posters [series incomplete], undated
47 14 "Harlem on the Hudson" tickets, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, undated
63 14 Harlem: The Vision of Morgan and Marvin Smith advertisement, 1998
63 15 Hatch-Billops collection advertisement, 1990
OP78 Hinton, Milt, "Classic Jazz," calendar, 1990
63 16 Hirschfeld's Harlem advertisement, undated
63 17 Howard Theatre advertisement, undated
47 15 The Incomparable Nat King Cole souvenir book, Sepia Publishing Company, 1965 Sepia Publishing Company, 1965
47 16 "Jazz 47" souvenir book, [1979]
63 18 Jessye Norman advertisements, undated
63 19 Kindred advertisement, 2003
63 20 A Last Dance for Sybil advertisement, 2002
47 17 Living Legends of Black Hollywood calendar, 1985
47 18 Lawrence Lucie Cool and Warm Guitar liner notes, 1975
63 21 Leonard Harper biography, undated
OP79 Leonard, Herman, "Portraits of Jazz," calendar, 1993
63 22 Louis Armstrong House Museum advertisement, undated
63 23 Mae Barnes songs list, 1958
47 19 Magnolia Gal advertisement, Club Alabama, New York, undated
63 24 Mary Bruce advertisements, 1946-1989
63 25 Moms Mabley biography, undated
63 26 New York Center for Urban Folk Culture advertisement, undated
63 27 New York State Black Film and Video Archives advertisement, 2002
63 28 The Nubian Revue advertisement, undated
47 20 Plantation Club opening announcement, 1930
74 1 Promotional material, other, 0-9
64 1 Promotional material, other, A [1]
64 2 Promotional material, other, A [2]
74 2 Promotional material, other, A [3]
64 3 Promotional material, other, B [1]
64 4 Promotional material, other, B [2]
74 3 Promotional material, other, B [3]
64 5 Promotional material, other, C [1]
74 4 Promotional material, other, C [2]
64 6 Promotional material, other, D
64 7 Promotional material, other, E
64 8 Promotional material, other, F
64 9 Promotional material, other, G-H [1]
74 5 Promotional material, other, G-H [2]
64 10 Promotional material, other, I-J
64 11 Promotional material, other, K-L
65 1 Promotional material, other, M [1]
74 6 Promotional material, other, M [2]
65 2 Promotional material, other, N [1]
74 7 Promotional material, other, N [2]
65 3 Promotional material, other, O
65 4 Promotional material, other, P
65 5 Promotional material, other, Q-R
65 6 Promotional material, S [1]
65 7 Promotional material, S [2]
65 8 Promotional material, S [3]
65 9 Promotional material, S [4]
74 8 Promotional material, S [5]
65 10 Promotional material, T [1]
74 9 Promotional material, T [2]
66 1 Promotional material, U-Z [1]
74 10 Promotional material, U-Z [2]
47 21 Radio City Music Hall pictorial, undated
47 22 "Richard Rodgers: A Checklist of His Published Songs," New York Public Library exhibition publication, 1985
OP22 Rock 'N Roll Revue leaflet, Studio Films, undated
47 23 Sapolio soap advertisement, Enoch Morgan's Sons, [1882?]
47 24 "The Savoy Story," Savoy Ballroom 25th Anniversary souvenir booklet, 1951
77 36 School of American Dance and Arts Management, The Doctors of Dance, 2002
47 25 Separate Cinema poster catalog
OP23 "Sho' dat's De Papah Ah Wants" Cream of Wheat advertisement in The Companion for All the Family, October 28, 1922
47 26 Small's Paradise 25th Anniversary souvenir booklet, 1950
66 2 Smithsonian Institution news release, 1997
47 27 The Swanee advertisement, New York, March 20, 1927
47 28 "That Was Black Entertainment" film booklet, undated
66 3 Tiger Hayes memorial service, undated
OP24 Tondaleyo's [club] calendar, undated
47 29 Tondaleyo's holiday mailing, undated
OP25 Harriet Tubman color drawing, undated
OP26 Uncle Tom's Cabin pictorial supplement, [1928?]
74 11 Unidentified
66 4 Universal Jazz Coalition advertisement, 2001
47 30 Valentine, undated
47 31 World's Fair ticket booklets, 1939-1940
Programs
66 5 92 West 134th Street, "Let me off in Harlem," Harlem, New York, 1995
48 1 651 Arts, Brooklyn, New York, 1989
66 6 Aaron Davis Hall, "Cookie: An Evening with Charles Cook and Friends," Harlem, New York, undated
48 2 Abyssinian Baptist Church, Silver Anniversary of Dr. Adam Clayton Powell, New York, 1954
74 12 Actor's Fund of America, 55th annual benefit, undated
66 7 Abyssinian Baptist Church, New York, New York, 1994-2003
48 3 All the Cats Join In screening, Lincoln Center, New York, March 4, 2001 Lincoln Center, New York, March 4, 2001
48 4 Anna Lucasta, Mansfield Theatre, New York, 1945 Mansfield Theatre, New York, 1945
48 5 Amphitryon 38, Shubert Theatre, 1938 Shubert Theatre, 1938
48 6 Apollo Theatre Amateur Night, Apollo Theatre, New York, May 22, 1985
48 7 The Barker, Biltmore Theatre, New York, 1927 Biltmore Theatre, New York, 1927
48 8 Baby Joyce Dancing School, June 2, 1957
48 9 The Better 'Ole, Colony Theatre, New York, undated Colony Theatre, New York, undated
48 10 "The Biggest Show of '51," New York, 1951
48 11 Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe, 1940 Billy Rose's
48 12 Black American Cinema Society, 11th Annual Film Festival, 1989
48 13 Black American Cinema Society, Awards programs, 1990-1992
48 14 "Black Broadway," Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1979
48 15 Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, 17th Annual Oscar Micheaux Awards, 1990
48 16 Blackberries, AMAS Repertory Theater, New York, 1983
48 17 Blues for Mr. Charlie, ANTA Theatre, New York, 1964 ANTA Theatre, New York, 1964
48 18 "Bright Lights Miller Night at the Apollo," National Urban League 80th celebration, Apollo Theatre, New York, July 29, 1990
48 19 Bubbling Brown Sugar, AMAS Repertory Theater, New York, 1976 AMAS Repertory Theater, New York, 1976
48 20 Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club Orchestra, undated
48 21 Café Anglais, [London?], undated
48 22 Café Zanzibar, New York, December 1944
48 23 Carmen Jones, 50th Anniversary Celebration, 1993
48 24 Cecil Payne Quintet, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, New York, May 31, 1998
48 25 "A Celebration of Duke," Schomburg Center, New York, October 29, 1989
48 26 "Charity Night in Harlem," Rockland Palace, New York, April 15, 1939
48 27 "Club 82 Revue," Club 82, New York, undated
48 28 Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, New Federal Theatre, New York, June, 1995 New Federal Theatre, New York, June, 1995
48 29 Come On Up (Ring Twice) starring Mae West, Louisville Memorial Auditorium, December 10, [?] Mae West, Louisville Memorial Auditorium, December 10, [?]
48 30 The Copasetics, University of California San Diego, November 17, 1985
48 31 The Copasetics, Stanford University, November 20, 1985
48 32 The Cotton Club, New York, undated [1]
74 13 The Cotton Club, New York, undated [2]
48 33 The Cotton Club, Buenos Aires, undated
OP27 - The Cotton Club Parade, 3rd edition, New York, undated
OP28 - The Cotton Club Parade, 4th edition, New York, undated
OP29 - The Cotton Club Parade, 5th edition, New York, unated
48 34 Le Cotton Club de New York, Moulin Rouge, Paris, undated
48 35 "Cotton Club Revue," London Palladium, 1937
48 36 Le Revue du Cotton Club de New York, Theatre des Ambassadeurs, 1937 Theatre des Ambassadeurs, 1937
48 37 Cotton Club Girls, New Year's Eve Dance, New York, 1950
48 38 CRUSAIDWorld AIDS Day Gala, "A Celebration of the Great Elizabeth Welch," London, 1992
48 39 The Czarina, Empire Theatre, New York, 1922 Empire Theatre, New York, 1922
48 40 "Dance Black America," Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, April 1983
49 1 Dance Theatre of Harlem, "To Harlem with Love," Loew's Victoria Theatre, New York, November 13, 1972
49 2 Dear Liar, Billy Rose Theatre, New York, 1960 Billy Rose Theatre, New York, 1960
49 3 Dixie to Broadway, Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1924 [photocopy] Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1924 [photocopy]
75 1 The Dream Ball, 1951
75 2 The Dream Ball, 1955
49 4 "Duke Ellington Birthday Celebration," Manhattan School of Music, New York, April 27, 1994
49 5 "Duke Ellington 90th Birthday Tribute," Beacon Theater, New York, April 28, 1989
49 6 Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York, March 1, 1981
49 7 "Elisabeth Welch: Time to Start Living," Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York, March 17, 1986
49 8 "Eubie Blake 100 Years," Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York, February 7, 1983
66 8 Events, other, A
66 9 Events, other, B [1]
75 3 Events, other, B [2]
66 10 Events, other, C
66 11 Events, other, D-E
66 12 Events, other, F-H
75 4 Events, other, J
66 13 Events, other, K-L
75 5 Events, other, M-N
75 6 Events, other, O-R
75 7 Events, other, S-T
75 8 Events, other, V-Y
49 9 "An Evening with Eubie Blake and Friends," Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, March 19, 1979
49 10 "'Fatha' [Earl Hines] Comes Home," Howard Theatre, Washington, DC, November 23, 1979
49 11 "Fill These Shoes," The Triplex, New York, undated
49 12 French Television Community 3rd Annual Gala Evening, Apollo Theatre, November 13, 1990
49 13 From My Hometown, Place on the Park, New York, undated Place on the Park, New York, undated
49 14 Harlem's Cotton Club: A Musical Cabaret, New York, July 1982
49 15 Harlem Council No. 95 1st Annual Entertainment Reception, Madison Hall, New York, December 7, 1892
OP30 Harlem Week '89, Apollo Theatre, August 14, 1986
49 16 Harlem School of the Arts, 1st Humanitarian Awards, 1985
49 17 Harlem Swing and Tap Dance, France, January 19, 1979
49 18 "Hats off to Ice," Rockefeller Center, New York, undated [cover only]
49 19 "Ice Follies of 1947," 1947
49 20 International Agency for Minority Artist Affairs, African Americans in Cinema and Television: The First 80 Years film and lecture series, September 1992
49 21 Jamaica School of Music Solo Dance and Solo Music Concert Series, Dorothea Mickey Davidson and Rosina Christina Moder, Jamaica School of Drama Theatre, January 22, [?]
49 22 "Jazz for the Masses," Town Hall, New York, March 21, 1969
49 23 Jazz Festival de Montauban, 1982
75 9 The Jewel Box Revue
49 24 "Jitterbug Jazz," Village Gate, New York, undated
49 25 LaMaMa etc. 40th Anniversary Gala, 2001
49 26 Leicester Square Theatre, London, undated
49 27 Longines Symphonette, Carnegie Hall, New York, April 28, 1952
49 28 "Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration," Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, New York, January 8, 1989
49 29 Mary Bruce's Classic, 8th Street Theatre, New York, November 9, 1928 [photocopy]
49 30 Mary Bruce's Classic, 8th Street Theatre, New York, 1930
49 31 Maxium Zig Zag, Bucharest, undated
66 14 Melting Pot Theatre Company, "Cookin' at the Cookery," New York, New York, undated
49 32 Miss Lonelyhearts, McCarter Theatre, Princeton University, September 1957
49 33 "Motown Returns to the Apollo," Apollo Theatre, New York, May 4, 1985
OP113 - "Motown Returns to the Apollo," Apollo Theatre, New York, May 4, 1985 [oversized]
49 34 Moulin Rouge, Paris, undated
49 35 Mr. Gilhooley, Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1930 Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1930
49 36 Mulatto, Vanderbilt Theatre, New York, 1936
49 37 My One Good Nerve: A Visit with Ruby Dee, Langston Huges Auditorium, Schomburg Center, April 2000 Schomburg Center, April 2000
49 38 Nanette Bearden Contemporary Dance Theater, New York, June 26, 1991
66 15 National Office of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, "Stranger than Fiction," New York, New York, undated
66 16 New School Jazz and Contemporary Music Program, 1990-1993
49 39 "Night of the Living Legends: A Tribute to Leonard Reed," Kansas City, Missouri, 2000
75 10 No More Ladies, Morosco Theatre (New York, New York), 1934
75 11 Norman Graz' Jazz at the Philharmonic, circa 1946
49 40 North Carolina Black Repertory Company, National Black Theatre Festival, 1991
49 41 "Noble Sissle's Harlem in Hollywood," Hollywood, California, March 16, 1943
49 42 Oklahoma! Theatre Guild National Company, [1945?] Theatre Guild National Company, [1945?]
49 43 "Old, New, Borrowed, and Bluesy," Changing Times Tap Dance Company, Bovwerie Lane Theatre, undated
66 17 Overseas Press Club, "Tribute to Benny Carter," Middletown, New York, 1987
OP80 Petrified Forest, 1936
75 12 The Pittsburgh Courier presents its 3rd annual "Concert at Midnight," 1949
49 44 The Plantation Revue, undated
49 45 Pop and Jazz Artistry 3rd Annual Zenith Awards, Schomburg Center, June 4, 1994
49 46 Porgy, Guild Theatre, New York, 1927 Guild Theatre, New York, 1927
49 47 Porgy and Bess, Maplewood Theatre, New Jersey, October 1941 Maplewood Theatre, New Jersey, October 1941
49 48 Prince Hall Symphonic Band, Mary McLeod Bethune School, New York, June 9, 1968
66 18 Riverside Church, New York, New York, 2006-2010
49 49 Round About Regent Street, London Palladium, undated [cover only] London Palladium, undated [cover only]
49 50 Runnin' Wild, Werba's Brooklyn Theatre, New York, 1925 [photocopy] Werba's Brooklyn Theatre, New York, 1925 [photocopy]
49 51 Saturday Night Stompin', Associated Black Charities, New York Academy of Art, New York, October 25, 1986
49 52 Savannah Club All Sepia Review, New York, 1956
49 53 Jimmy Scott, World Financial Center Winter Garden, New York, June 23, 1993
49 54 Seventeen, Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1951 Broadhurst Theatre, New York, 1951
49 55 Don Shirley, Carnegie Hall, New York, January 17, 1993
49 56 Don Shirley Chamber Trio, New York Public Library, New York, February 25, 1996
75 13 Silver Belles, A Reunion and Tribute to the Ladies Who Danced (New York, New York), 1990
49 57 "Springtime in Blue," Edgecombe Avenue Block Association, New York, May 25, 1986
49 58 St. Catherine of Genoa Church Society of the Rosary Altar 4th Annual Luncheon, Plaza Hotel, New York, June 5, 1977
49 59 St. Louis Tap Festival '95: A Tribute to Peg Leg Bates, St. Louis, Missouri, August 6, 1995
49 60 Mary Bruce Presents Starbuds, Belasco Theatre, New York, February 18, 1945
50 1 Mary Bruce's Starbuds of 1946, New York City Center, April 5, 1946 [cover only]
50 2 Mary Bruce's Starbuds, Carnegie Hall, New York, June 20, 1947
50 3 Mary Bruce's Starbuds of 1950, Carnegie Hall, New York, June 11, 1950
75 14 Mary Bruce's Starbuds, 1951
50 4 Mary Bruce's Starbuds, Carnegie Hall, New York, June 12, 1955
50 5 Mary Bruce's Starbuds of 1957, Carnegie Hall, New York, June 9, 1957
50 6 Mary Bruce's Starbuds of 1963, Town Hall, New York, June 23, 1963
50 7 Mary Bruce's Starbuds of 1970, Town Hall, New York, June 14, 1970
50 8 Mary Bruce's Starbuds: From Harlem to Broadway, Edison Theatre, New York, June 26, 1977
50 9 Mary Bruce's Broadway Musical Review, Class Twenty of St. Mark's UMC, New York, November 12, 1978
50 10 Mary Bruce's Starbuds Dance Revue, Apollo Theatre, New York, June 20, 1979
50 11 Mary Bruce's Broadway Musical Revue, Class Twenty of St. Mark's UMC, New York, November 11, 1979
50 12 Mary Bruce's Starbuds Dance Revue, Beacon Theatre, New York, May 17, 1981
50 13 Mary Bruce's Starbuds Dance Revue, Town Hall, New York, June 13, 1982
50 14 Mary Bruce's Starbuds Dance Revue, Town Hall, New York, June 19, 1983
50 15 Starbuds School of Dance, New York, March 27, 1999
OP112 Steele, Larry, "Smart Affairs," circa 1957
50 16 "Steps in Time: A Tap Dance Festival," Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, December 1979
50 17 The Strand Theatre, New York, 1916-1917
50 18 Sullivan Theatre, New York, 1927
50 19 "Sunday Night Stomping at Small's," Associated Black Charities, New York, October 1985
50 20 Sweet Basil, New York, 1993
50 21 The Symphonettes, Little Theatre at St. Martin's Church, New York, December 5, 1952
50 22 The Symphonettes, Little Theatre at St. Martin's Church, New York, December 19, 1954
50 23 Tap Extravaganza II, Town Hall, New York, May 24, 1992
66 19 Tap Extravaganza, New York, New York, 1992-2001
50 24 Third Cabaret convention, Town Hall, New York, October 1992
66 20 Town Hall, New York, New York, 1970-1983
50 25 Tribute to Duke Ellington and Other Jazz Artists, Lincoln Center, New York, October 26, [?]
50 26 Treemonisha, Uris Theatre, New York, October 18, 1975 Uris Theatre, New York, October 18, 1975
50 27 Tropical Breeze Hotel, Ubu Repertory Theater, New York, 1995 Ubu Repertory Theater, New York, 1995
66 21 Trumbo's Funeral Chapel, 1997-2003
50 28 Ubango Club, New York, July 23, 1935
66 22 Union A.M.E. Church, "Homegoing for Ulysses Thompson," Little Rock, Arkansas, 1990
67 1 Unity Funeral Chapels, "Service for Dr. Ernest Norman Steele," New York, New York, 2009
75 15 Utopia Neighborhood Club, Inc. presents "Gay Nineties Review," 1946
50 29 Variety Show, New Manchester Hippodrome, undated
67 2 Waldorf-Astoria, "Old Harlem," New York, New York, 1961
OP81 Warners, "Heap Big Pow Wow," 1945
67 3 West End Collegiate College, "Memorial Service for Ira A. McCown," 1990
67 4 Western States Black Research Center, "The Black American Cinema Society," West Hollywood, California, 1991
50 30 Robert White: My Endless Song, A Singer's Journey, Lincoln Center, New York, undated
67 5 World's Fair Chicago, "Folies Bergeres," undated
50 31 Ziegfeld Club, New York, December 1980
67 6 Ziegfeld Club, "Fundraising," New York, New York, 1986
Posters
67 7 Civic Opera Workshop and Concert League, 1960
OP40 - 5 Kentucky Singers, Folkets Park, Sweden, May 29, [?]
OP41 - Black Dance in Photographs, Schomburg Center, undated
OP31 - Blackbirds [?]
OP32 - Come Celebrate with our Jazz Celebrities, Keyport, New Jersey, April 15, 1979
OP42 - Day, Dawn, and Dusk, Folkets Park, Sweden, undated
OP82 - The Four Flash Devils, Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom, undated
OP83 - Hall of Fame #4, King of Harlem, America's #1 Congressman, undated
OP84 - Harlem Hospital Center Community Board, Memorial Birthday Tribute for Sammy Davis, Jr., 1990
OP85 - Harlem Music Festival, 1995
OP64 - Harlem Speaks, Jazz Museum in Harlem, undated
OP33 - Harlem Varieties, U.S.O. Camp Show, Antilles Department, September 19, 1945
OP43 - Holiday Tea at Three Toasts Buck Clayton, New York Swing Dance Society, undated
OP34 - Jazz Age in Paris, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, undated Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, undated
OP35 - A Memorial Birthday Tribute for Sammy Davis, Jr., Harlem Hospital Center, New York, December 10, 1990
OP36 - Murder on Lenox Ave, undated
OP86 - National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center (Wilberforce, Ohio), "When the Spirit Moves: African American Art Inspired by Dance," 1999
OP87 - Native Son (film), 1951
67 8 New School Film, 1985
67 9 The Original Ink Spots, undated
OP44 - Pegleg Bates [drawing], undated
OP88 - Robinson, Sugar Ray, Daily News Champion of Champions, 1989 Robinson, Sugar Ray,
OP45 - Russian poster, undated
OP37 - Showtime and Dance: Bobby Booker and the Big Band, Savoy Manor Ballroom, New York, November 29, 1981
OP89 - Smith, Morgan and Marvin Smith, "Easter Sunday in Harlem," 1939
OP38 - Spend an Evening with Charlie Parker and the Neo-Bass Ensemble, Merkin Hall, New York, September 10, 1989
XOP1 - Studio Films, Inc. presents "Jazz Festival," undated
OP39 - "Trumpets of the Lord," The Voices of Expression, Howard Theatre, Washington, D.C., September 23-24
OP90 - Unidentified posters
Periodicals
51 1 The American Dancer, November 1934
51 2 American Film Institute, 1977
51 3 American Theatre, April 2009 and July/August 2010
51 4 Art-of-Facts, undated
OP91 - Brooklyn Life and Activities of Long Island Society, August 1, 1925
51 5 Currents, Harbor House Rental Apartments newsletter, May 1989 Harbor House Rental Apartments newsletter, May 1989
51 6 Dance Magazine, March 1958
51 7 Dance Magazine, November 1968
51 8 Dance Magazine, February 1982
51 9 Dance Pages Magazine, Winter 1995
51 10 Footnotes, The New York Swing Dance Society newsletter, 1986-1991 New York Swing Dance Society newsletter, 1986-1991
51 11 Harper's Weekly, 1861-1862
51 12 International Tap Association newsletter, 1994-1998
51 13 International Tap Association newsletter, 1999-2000
51 14 Jazz Auction Catalog #6, 1978
51 15 Jersey Jazz, New Jersey Jazz Society newsletter, May 1991 New Jersey Jazz Society newsletter, May 1991
OP92 - Life, March 10 and April 11, 1945
51 16 The Lightning Express, 1976
51 17 Musician, February 1971
51 18 New York Amusements, 1927
OP93 - "PIC," April 5, 1938
OP94 - "PIC," April 13, 1943
OP95 - "PIC," January 2, 1945
51 19 Show, May 1965
OP96 - Stage, September and December 1935
51 20 The Theatre, May 1901
51 21 Theatre Arts Monthly, September 1937
75 16 Theatre Arts, 1942
75 17 Theatre Arts, September 1944
75 18 Theatre Arts, April and June 1945
75 19 Theatre Arts, August-September 1948
75 20 Theatre Arts, March 1949
76 1 Theatre Magazine, August 1927
76 2 Theatre Magazine, September 1929
76 3 Time, August 20, 1956
76 4 Vanity Fair, February 1936
76 5 The Voice, Spring 1996
76 6 Who's Who in the Air, 1932
Postcards
67 10 Aaron Davis Hall
52 1 American Postcard Company
52 2 Art Unlimited Amsterdam
52 3 Azusa Publishing
67 11 Black Patti Research Foundation
67 12 Black Spectrum Theatre Company
52 4 Catch
67 13 Chronicles
67 14 Cooper Union
52 5 Editions Admira
52 6 Editions du Desastre
52 7 Edition Tushita
52 8 Ethnic Heritage Cards [1 of 2]
67 15 Ethnic Heritage Cards [2 of 2]
52 9 Fotofolio [1 of 4]
52 10 Fotofolio [2 of 4]
52 11 Fotofolio [3 of 4]
67 16 Fotofolio [4 of 4]
67 17 The Harlem School of the Arts
67 18 Hatch-Billops Collection
52 12 Helaine Victoria Press [1 of 2]
67 19 Helaine Victoria Press [2 of 2]
52 13 Indigena Fine Art Publishers
67 20 Jazz Museum in Harlem
67 21 Lincoln Center
76 7 May Day Parade (probably), New York, circa 1939-1940 [signs read "Admit Negroes to Big League Baseball]
67 22 Melting Pot Theatre Company
67 23 New Federal Theatre
52 14 New York Public Library at Lincoln Center
52 15 New York Public Library Sales Shops
67 24 New York performances
52 16 Photo/Chronicles
52 17 Pittsburgh's Black Heritage
52 18 Pomegranate Publications [1 of 3]
52 19 Pomegranate Publications [2 of 3]
67 25 Pomegranate Publications [3 of 3]
52 20 Rosetta Records [1 of 2]
67 26 Rosetta Records [2 of 2]
52 21 Sepia Tones [1 of 2]
67 27 Sepia Tones [2 of 2]
67 28 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
67 29 Silver Belles
52 22 Smithsonian Institution
52 23 Stride Card Company
52 24 James Van Der Zee
52 25 Wildwood Design Group
67 30 Unity Church of New York
53 1 Various publishers [1 of 2]
67 31 Various publishers [2 of 2]
Sheet Music
76 8 Adamson, Harold and Walter Donaldson, "Did I Remember," 1936
83 1 Allen, Bud and Spencer Williams, "Ain't Got Nobody to Grind My Coffee," 1944
76 10 Anderson, Maxwell and Kurt Weill, "Lost in the Stars," 1949
76 11 Atteridge, Harold and Alfred Goodman, "I Came, I Saw, I Fell," 1922
76 12 Berlin, Irving, "Opera Burlesque," 1912
OP97 - Bivins, Nathan, "I'se a Picking My Company Now," 1899
76 13 Blagman, Norman, Frank Pelaez, and George Thorn, "Impossible," 1955
76 14 Boretz, Allen and Dana Suesse, "Whistling in the Dark," 1931
76 15 Botwin, Shirley, "Tell it to a Star," 1945
76 16 Brown, Lawrence, "Ev'ry Time I Feel de Spirit," 1923
76 17 Brown, Lawrence, "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," 1923
76 18 Browning, Ivan H. and Henry W. Starr, "Say You're Mine," undated
83 2 Burke, Sonny and Sy Oliver, "For Dancers Only," 1943
OP98 - Campbell, Charles J., Edward Siedle, and Julian Edwards, "The Lovelight Beaming from Your Eyes," 1908
76 19 Cole, Nat King and Irving Mills, "Straighten Up and Fly Right," 1944
76 20 Coslow, Sam and Arthur Johnston, "Just One More Chance," 1931
76 21 Cowan, Stanley and Bobby Worth, "Do I Worry," 1941
76 22 Coward, Noel, "Mad About the Boy," 1932
76 23 Creamer and Layton, "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," 1922
76 24 David, Mack and Jerry Livingston, "What Do You Know About Love," 1938
76 25 Donahue, Al, Jimmy Van Heusen, Willie Bryant, and Victor Selsman, "Do You Wanna Jump, Children," 1938
76 26 Dunn, Ben, "It Happened," 1953
76 27 Easton, Sidney and Clarence Jones, "Who's Dat Says 'Who's Dat' (In My Flat)," 1932
76 28 Edwards, Jack, Harold Potter, and Rrod Eddie, "The Boogie Woogie Polka," 1944
76 29 Ellington, Duke, Eddie De Lange, and Irving Mills, "Solitude," 1934
76 30 Ellington, Duke, Irving Mills, and Henry Nemo, "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart," 1938
76 31 "Empty Interlude," undated
OP99 - Europe, James Reese and Ford T. Dabuey, "The Castle Combination," 1914
76 32 Fibich, Zdenko, "Poem," 1924
76 33 "Fools Rush In," undated
OP100 - Frantzen, Henry, "Flashing Eyes," 1908
76 34 Gillespie, Dizzy and Gil Fuller, "Man Teca," 1948
76 35 "Great Day Medley," undated [1 of 2]
83 3 "Great Day Medley," undated [2 of 2]
76 36 "Great July Jones," undated
76 37 Handy, W.C., "Loveless Love," 1921
76 38 Havez, Jean, Bert Williams, and Will H. Vodery, "The Darktown Poker Club," 1914
76 39 "Her Name Was Rosita," undated
76 40 Heywood, Eddie, "Modern Piano Transcriptions," 1946
76 41 Hill, Alexander, "A Song (How the First Song Was Born)," 1934
76 42 "Honey Suckle Rose," undated
76 43 "I Ain't Got Nobody," undated
76 44 "I Don't Know Why the Car Won't Go," 1989
OP101 - "I Love the Whole United States," undated
76 45 "I'm Comin' Virginia," undated
OP102 - Jackson, Arthur J. and Fred Fischer, "If the World Should End Tomorrow I'd Be Tonight with You," 1915
76 46 Jackson, Mary T.V., "God Is Moving Them Thru This Land," and "Please Pray, We Need Paryer," 1937
76 47 Johnson, Ellen, "The Picture on the Wall," undated
76 48 Johnson, Ellen, "Something the Angels Had Planned," undated
76 49 Johnson, Ellen, "What Have You Done With My Heart," undated
76 50 Kahn, Gus and Neil Marét, "I Got to Go Where You Are," 1927
OP103 - Lange, Johnny, Hy Heath, and Jeff Alexander, "Ol' Jawbone," 1950
OP104 - Leslie, Edgar and Harry Ruby, "When Those Sweet Hawaiian Babies Roll Their Eyes," 1917
83 4 "Loch-Lomond," undated
76 51 "The Lord Done Fixed Up My Soul," undated
OP105 - MacDonough, Glen and Raymond Hubbell, "Eily Riley," 1919
76 52 Mahoney, Jack, "Mahoney's Modern Minstrels," 1945
76 53 "Medley," undated
76 54 "Medley I," undated
OP106 - Murphy, Stanley and Harry Von Tilzer, "Love Me While the Loving Is Good," 1913
76 55 "My Heart Stood Still," undated
76 56 "The Nearness of You," undated
76 57 "Nobody's Baby," undated
76 58 "Ol' Man River," undated
76 59 Oliver, Sy, "For Dancers Only," 1943
76 60 "Over Yonder" and "My Soul Is Anchored in de Lord," undated
76 61 Parrish, Avery, "After Hours," undated
76 62 "Peachtree Street," undated
76 63 "Peter Go Ring Dem Bells," undated
76 64 Pfeifer, Minnie Augusta, "Meet Me at the Jai-Lai Tonight," undated
76 9 Razaf, Andy and Paul Denniker, "Beware of Those Who Gossip," 1937
77 1 Robinson, Edwin Meade and Joseph F. Wagner, "David Jazz," 1933
77 2 Sage, Frank, "Just a Dreamin'," 1938 [inscribed to the Rigoletto Trio]
77 3 "Sing About You," 1985
77 4 Sissle, Noble and Eubie Blake, "I'm Just Wild About Harry," 1921
77 5 "Sit Down Sister," undated
77 6 "Sposin'," undated
77 7 "Stardust" and "Camp Meeting Medley," undated
77 8 Symes, Marty, Al J. Neiburg, and Jerry Livingston, "It's the Talk of the Town," 1942
77 9 Thompson, T., "Rigoletto," undated
OP107 - Timoney, Bert and Max C. Eugene, "Cupid's Garden," 1903
77 10 Tracey, William and Maceo Pinkard, "Harlem's Poppin'," 1940
77 11 Trent, Jo', Peter DeRose, and Harry Richman, "Muddy Water," 1926
77 12 Turk, Roy and J. Russel Robinson, "I'll Be in My Dixie Home Again Tomorrow," 1923
77 13 Unidentified compilation of multiple songs, undated [photocopies]
77 14 Unidentified, "Goopher Song," undated
77 15 Unidentified, untitled, undated
77 16 Unidentified, untitled, undated [lyrics]
77 17 Unidentified, untitled fragment, undated
77 18 Vallée, Rudy and Charlie Henderson, "Deep Night," 1929
77 19 White, Clarence Cameron, "Haitian Méringue," 1930 [inscribed by White]
77 20 White, Clarence Cameron, "Hear the Good News," 1928 [inscribed by White]
77 21 Wood, Ken, David Clowney, and James Kriegsman, "The Happy Organ," 1959
77 22 Young, Barney and Una Mae Carlisle, "'Tain't Yours," 1944
OP108 - Young, Joe, Edgar Leslie, and Maurice Abrahams, "When the Grown Up Ladies Act Like Babies (I've Got to Love 'Em That's All)," 1914
OP109 - Young, Rida Johnson and Sigmund Romberg, "Jump Jim Crow," 1917
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