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Collection contains scripts.
Personal Papers of Archie Givens and Carol Meshbesher, founders of the Givens Foundation for African American Literature.
Contains correspondence from Charles Johnson to E. Ethelbert Miller and other related materials.
Collection contains manuscripts and incoming and outgoing correspondence of author Clarence Major.
The collection consists of letters from poet Countee Cullen to his childhood friend William Fuller Brown, Jr. Much of the correspondence refers to Cullen's writing and includes many handwritten and manuscript copies of poems.
Collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, flyers and publicity, interviews, photos, and other miscellaneous items related to Amiri Baraka.
Collection includes correspondence with Clarence Major, as well as a biography of Clarence Major and an excerpt from "Inlet," by Clarence Major.
Collection contains an undated edited manuscript of Thursday's Child by Eartha Kitt.
This collection includes the correspondence, manuscripts, publicity, academic materials, production materials, and audio/visual materials of Endesha Ida Mae Holland.
Includes press clippings, playbills, correspondence, and manuscripts excerpts/short drafts, and other ephemera about African-American history and culture.
Collection includes newspapers, magazines, LP records, and small press pamphlets.
Collection contains 22 original narratives by formerly enslaved people, transcripts, and digital surragates.
Collection contains programs, flyers, scripts, scores, and other production material collected and created by stage manager Gwen Gilliam.
Contains correspondence from June Jordan to E. Ethelbert Miller
This collection of papers was donated by the estate of Kathryn Rebecca Coram Gagnon and contains correspondence, ephemera, and organizational materials related to her life in the Twin Cities.
A collection of letters from Josephine Zeak to Toni McNaron.
This collection contains materials from Lorenz Smythe Norton, Minnesota resident and his work as an advocate for African American history.
Collection contains scripts and correspondence written by playwrite Lou Bellamy. Collection also includes production notes, set designs, costume sketches, CDs, playbills, contracts, photographs and tickets relating to Bellamy's works.
The Minnesota Hip-Hop collection is a collection of audio recordings, published materials, and other print and physical ephemera documenting hip hop in Minnesota. The collection also includes raw footage shot by Justin Schell for We Rock Long Distance, a film about the meaning of home and place in the music of Twin Cities hip hop artists Maria Isa, Tou SaiKo Lee, and M.anifest.
Includes manuscripts and galleys for several of Mickelbury's published works, correspondence, reviews and appearance notices, and two audiotaped interviews.
Collection contains production records, administrative records, and audio/visual material.
Collection from former Minneapolis Public School teacher, Sara Roberson.
Collection contains a near-complete run of the Summit-University Free Press.
- Collecting Area: Givens Collection of African American Literature X
- African American Theater 2
- Advertising 1
- African American History 1
- African American press 1
- Artists and community 1
- CDs (Compact discs) 1
- Civil rights 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Correspondence 1
- Correspondence. 1
- Costume 1
- Costume design 1
- Essays. 1
- Family 1
- Gay rights 1
- High school students' writings, American. 1
- Manuscripts 1
- Neighborhoods 1
- Newspapers. 1
- Photographs 1 + ∧ less
- Miller, E. Ethelbert 2
- Penumbra Theatre Company (Saint Paul, Minn.) 2
- Bellamy, Louis, 1944- 1
- Brown, William Fuller, 1904-1983 1
- Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946 1
- Dewitt Clinton High School (New York, N.Y.) 1
- Gagnon 1
- Johnson, Charles, 1948- 1
- Jordan, June, 1936-2002 1
- Kathryn Rebecca Coram Gagnon 1
- Lorenz Smythe Norton and Associates 1
- Major, Clarence 1
- Mickelbury, Penny, 1948- 1
- Norton, Lorenz Smythe 1
- Smythe Norton 1
- Summit-University Free Press 1
- Wilson, August 1 + ∧ less