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Guide to the microfilm edition of the Countee Cullen papers, 1921-1969. Prepared by Florence E. Borders.

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New Orleans [Amistad Research Center, Dillard University] 1975.

1975

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Papers, 1921-1969.

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New Orleans, Amistad Research Center, Dillard University [1975]

1975

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Micro R-1950 r. 7Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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New York, London : Harper, [1925]

1925

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FormatTextCall NumberSc C 77-236Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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Copper sun. With decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York, Harper & Bros. 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall NumberBerg Coll 78-247Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320

Copper sun / by Countee Cullen ; with decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper, 1927.

1927

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Color / by Countee Cullen.

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New York : Harper, 1925.

1925

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Copper sun/ by Countee Cullen; with decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York: Harper, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Rare C 81-20Item LocationSchomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

The ballad of the brown girl : an old ballad retold / by Countee Cullen ; with illustrations and decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper & Brothers, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Rare 811-C (Cullen, C. Ballad of the brown girl)Item LocationSchomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives
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My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance / edited and with an introduction by Gerald Early.

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New York : Doubleday, c1991.

1991

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FormatTextCall NumberJFD 92-3092Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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My lives and how I lost them, by Christopher Cat in collaboration with Countee Cullen, with drawings by Robert Reid Macguire.

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New York, London, Harper & brothers, [c1942]

1942

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Fic (Cullen, C. My lives and how I lost them)Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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Caroling dusk; an anthology of verse by Negro poets, edited by Countee Cullen; decorations by Aaron Douglas.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall Number*R-NBH 75-6155Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315 - Reference

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The Medea and some poems, by Countee Cullen.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1935.

1935

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St. Louis woman, by Countee Cullen and Arna Bontemps.

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1945

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Rare 812-C (Cullen, C. St. Louis woman)Item LocationSchomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

On these I stand; an anthology of the best poems of Countee Cullen. Selected by himself and including six new poems never before published.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers [1947]

1947

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The lost zoo (a rhyme for the young, but not too young) by Christopher Cat and Countee Cullen, with illustrations by Charles Sebree.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers [c1940]

1940

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FormatTextCall Number*KH 1940 Cullen 13-717Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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Caroling dusk : an anthology of verse by Negro poets / edited by Countee Cullen ; decorations by Aaron Douglas.

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New York, Harper & Row [1968]

1968-1927

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The lost zoo [microform] : (a rhyme for the young, but not too young) / by Christopher Cat and Countee Cullen ; with illustrations by Charles Sebree.

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New York, London : Harper & Brothers, [c1940]

1940

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Micro R-6385Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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The ballad of the brown girl [microfilm] : an old ballad retold / by Countee Cullen ; with illustrations and decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper & Brothers, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Micro R-6384Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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On these I stand : an anthology of the best poems of Countee Cullen / selected by himself and including six new poems never before published.

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New York ; London : Harper, c1947.

1947

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FormatTextCall NumberSc D 94-1106Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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One way to heaven [microform] / by Countee Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper, 1932.

1932

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Micro R-3681Item LocationSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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To make a poet black [sound recording] : the best poems of Countee Cullen / read by Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.

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New York, N.Y. : Caedmon, [1972]

1972

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 53645 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Caroling dusk; an anthology of verse by Negro poets.

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New York : Harper & Row, [1974, c1927]

1974-1927

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My lives and how I lost them / by Christopher Cat in collaboration with Countee Cullen ; with drawings by Robert Reid Macguire.

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New York : Harper, c1942.

1942

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The black Christ : and other poems / by Countee Cullen.

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London ; New York : G.P. Putnam's, 1929.

1929

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FormatTextCall NumberSc Rare C 82-1Item LocationSchomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

The lost zoo [by] Christopher Cat and Countee Cullen. Illustrated by Joseph Low.

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Chicago, Follett Pub. Co. [1969, c1940]

1969-1940

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Caroling dusk : an anthology of verse by Negro poets.

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New York : Harper & Row, c1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall Number811.008 CItem LocationOffsite

The lost zoo : (a rhyme for the young, but not too young) / by Christopher Cat and Countee Cullen ; with illustrations by Charles Sebree.

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New York : Harper & Brothers, c1940.

1940

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The lost zoo / by Christopher Cat and Countee Cullen ; illustrated by Brian Pinkney.

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Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Silver Burdett Press, 1992, c1990.

1992-1990

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1969-1925

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Copper sun / by Countee Cullen ; with decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper & brothers, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall Number3702.6.328Item LocationOff-site

One way to heaven, by Countee Cullen.

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New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1932

1932

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Color, by Countee Cullen.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1925.

1925

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Papers, 1921-1969 [microform] / Countee Cullen ; processed for microfilming by Florence E. Borders.

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New Orleans : Amistad Research Center, Dillard University, [1975?]

1975

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FormatTextCall NumberMICROFILM 11820 reel 7Item LocationOff-site
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FormatTextCall NumberMICROFILM 11820 reel 6Item LocationOff-site
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To make a poet black [sound recording] : the best poems of Countee Cullen.

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New York : Caedmon, c1971.

1971

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FormatAudioCall NumberCASSETTE 1570Item LocationOff-site

Copper sun / by Countee Cullen ; with decorations by Charles Cullen.

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New York ; London : Harper & Brothers, 1927.

1927

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FormatTextCall Number3702.6.328Item LocationOff-site

Color, by Countee Cullen.

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1925.

1925

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FormatTextCall NumberPS3505.U287 C6 1925Item LocationOff-site

Papers, 1921-1969 [microform] / Countee Cullen ; processed for microfilming by Florence E. Borders.

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New Orleans : Amistad Research Center, Dillard University, [1975?]

1975

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FormatTextCall NumberMICROFILM 11820 reel 7Item LocationOff-site
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FormatTextCall NumberMICROFILM 11820 reel 6Item LocationOff-site
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To make a poet black [sound recording] : the best poems of Countee Cullen.

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New York : Caedmon, c1971.

1971

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FormatAudioCall NumberCASSETTE 1570Item LocationOff-site