Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The collection consists of exhibit announcements for John Biggers, Eugene H. Bischoff, Frank Bowling, Robert M. Jackson (signed), William H. Johnson, Richard Mayhew, Joe Overstreet, Gordon Parks, Horace Pippin, Henry O. Tanner, Charles White, Hale Woodruff, and in honor of Alain Locke. Also, includes an exhibition catalog, 7 Feb.-5 Mar. 1927, for Blondiau-Theatre Arts Collection of Primitive African Art, signed by Alain Locke to Glenn Carrington, 9 Feb. 1927
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The collection contains material compiled by Father Peter F. O'Brien on twentieth century African American cultural figures. The collection consists chiefly of subject files on prominent mid-century artists, authors, and performers, including stage and screen actors, singers, and dancers. Individuals covered include: James Baldwin, Paul Robeson, Antonio Salemme, Ethel Waters, Mabel Mercer, and Thelma Carpenter, among others. Files contain printed materials, such as newspaper clippings and programs and playbills for productions, letters, and photographs.
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of printed materials featuring African American artists and performers. Many of the promotional materials, including postcards and posters, are reproductions. The collection includes exhibit catalogs for Barbara Chase Riboud (2004), Freddie Styles (2006), and Romare Bearden (2011) as well as others. There are also programs for exhibits, lectures, and symposia on African American artists and musicians in Paris (2000-2011). There are also two serials that contain articles about Josephine Baker. Included is a phonograph of Josephine Baker singing "Paris mes amours," "Moi 'Io'," and "Avec; Je voudrais.".
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Printed promotional materials collected by artist and scholar Robert Tomlinson include postcards, posters, textiles, and programs about African American artists and performers, especially Josephine Baker.
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
Yale University
[1] African-American art : 20th century masterworks, X / Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York, N.Y., January 17-March 8, 2003) -- [2] National Black fine art show (New York, N.Y., January 29-February 1, 2004) -- [3] Embracing the music : African and African American art / Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York, N.Y., January 16-March 6, 2004) -- [4] Black Panthers 1968 / photographs by Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch, Shapiro Gallery (San Francisco, Calif., November 5-November 30, 2002) -- [5] Celebrating Black History Month / Flanders (Minneapolis, Minn., January 25-March 8, 2003) -- [6] Robert Colescott / Arthur Roger Gallery (New Orleans, La., October 5-October 26, 2002) -- [7] Successions : prints by African American artists from the Jean and Robert Steele Collection / The Art Gallery, University of Maryland (College Park, Md., April 1-April 29, 2002) -- [8] Milton Rogovin vintage works / Gallery Luisotti (Santa Monica, Calif., November 16-January 11, 2003) -- [9] Betye Saar : ... Read More
Brooklyn Museum
Installation views of an exhibition held from 02/25/1996 to 04/22/1996 at the Brooklyn Museum