Langston Hughes, “A Poet Looks at a Troubled World,” The Seminar in Negro History, Harlem Community Center, Solidarity Br. 691 of the International Workers Order, New York, March 6, 1938, Langston Hughes ephemera collection, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library

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Collection

The Ephemeral Langston Hughes

Citation

"Langston Hughes, “A Poet Looks at a Troubled World,” The Seminar in Negro History, Harlem Community Center, Solidarity Br. 691 of the International Workers Order, New York, March 6, 1938, Langston Hughes ephemera collection, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library." Langston Hughes ephemera collection, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library. Accessed 3 February 2023.
https://exhibitions.lib.udel.edu/langston-hughes/exhibition-item/langston-hughes-a-poet-looks-at-a-troubled-world-the-seminar-in-negro-history-harlem-community-center-solidarity-br-691-of-the-international-workers-order-new-york-march-6-19/

Title

“A Poet Looks at a Troubled World,” The Seminar in Negro History

Coverage

Harlem Community Center, Solidarity Br. 691 of the International Workers Order, New York

Contributor

1938 March 6

Source

Langston Hughes ephemera collection, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library Close