Harlem, Mecca of the new Negro.

Title
Harlem, Mecca of the new Negro.
Publication
[New York : Survey Associates, 1925]
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Found In
The Survey. (OCoLC)8331726
Description
p. [621]-724 : ill., ports.; 30 cm.
Uniform Title
Survey graphic.
Note
  • Issue of Survey [graphic number], v. 6, no. 6 (March 1925)
Numbering (note)
  • From Oct. 1921 through May 1922, "Survey" had one weekly issue each month called "Graphic number"; from June 1922 through 1932 the periodical consisted of 2 no. each month, one called "Graphic number" and the other "Midmonthly number". The "Graphic number" was issued also separately under title: Survey graphic.
Contents
  • 1. The greatest Negro community in the world. Harlem -- Enter the new Negro / Alain Locke -- The making of Harlem / James W. Johnson -- Black workers and the city / Charles S. Johnson -- The South lingers on / Rudolph Fisher -- The tropics in New York / W.A. Domingo.
  • 2. The Negro expresses himself. Harlem types / Winold Reiss -- The black man brings his gifts / W.E.B. DuBois -- Youth speaks: Poems / Countee Cullen, Anne Spencer, Angelina Grimke, Claude McKay, Jean Toomer and Langston Hughes -- Jazz at home / J.A. Rogers -- Negro art and America / Albert C. Barnes -- The Negro digs up his past / A. Schomburg -- The art of the ancestors -- Heritage / Countee Cullen.
  • 3. Black and white, studies in race contacts. The dilemma of social pattern / Melville J. Herskovits -- The rhythm of Harlem / Konrad Bercovici -- Color lines / Walter F. White -- Harvest of race prejudice / Kelly Miller -- Breaking through / Eunice Roberta Hunton -- Portraits of Negro women / Winold Reiss -- The double task / Elise Johnson McDougald -- Ambushed in the city / Winthrop D. Lane -- The church and the Negro spirit / George E. Haynes.
Call Number
Sc Rare 917.47-S (Survey Graphic. Harlem)
OCLC
  • 18581935
  • 18581935B
Title
Harlem, Mecca of the new Negro.
Imprint
[New York : Survey Associates, 1925]
Numbering
From Oct. 1921 through May 1922, "Survey" had one weekly issue each month called "Graphic number"; from June 1922 through 1932 the periodical consisted of 2 no. each month, one called "Graphic number" and the other "Midmonthly number". The "Graphic number" was issued also separately under title: Survey graphic.
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Survey graphic.
Found In:
The Survey. (OCoLC)8331726
Research Call Number
Sc Rare 917.47-S (Survey Graphic. Harlem)
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