Harlem Project Bibliography

Hamilton Fish III Bibliography

Secondary Sources:

Harris, Bill. The Hellfighters of Harlem: African-American Soldiers Who Fought for the Right to Fight for Their Country. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2003.

Harris, Stephen. Harlem's Hell Fighters : the African-American 369th Infantry in World War I. Washington , D.C. : Brassey's, Inc, 2003.

Little, Arthur West. From Harlem to the Rhine: the story of New York's colored volunteers. New York : Covici, Friede, 1936.

Myers, Walter Dean and Bill Myers. Harlem Hellfighters: When Pride Met Courage. New York: Amistad, 2005.

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture . The Black New Yorkers : The Schomburg Illustrated Chronology . New York: Wiley, 2001.

Primary Sources:

African-American Perspectives: Pamphlets from the Daniel A. P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907 American Memory, Library of Congress.

Fish, Hamilton. FDR: The Other Side of the Coin. New York: Institute for Historical Review, 1976. ISBN 0-911038-64-7

Fish, Hamilton. Hamilton Fish: Memoir of an American Patriot. New York: Regnery Publishing, December 1991.

Hamilton Fish Family Papers. NYS Archives. Albany, NY.

McBarron, H Charles. Hell fighters from Harlem. Photograph . Washington, D.C. : National Guard Bureau.

McCormack, John. The Great War: An American musical fantasy. Champaign, IL : Archeophone, 1914/2006. (Sound Recording).

Military poster collection. Robert Savon Pious, New York Public Library,1918-1991.

National Archives and Records Administration Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Letter from Chief of Staff Bliss to Franklin Delano Roosevelt on October 11, 1917.

National Archives and Records Administration Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Western Union Telegram sent by Hamilton Fish Jr. to Franlink Delano Roosevelt on October 4, 1917.

Reese Europe, James; Reid Badger; Noble Sissle. James Reese Europe collection. New York Public Library.

Westchester County Archives. Military Death Records of 369th US Infantry Division.

Library of Congress. World War I ~ Military Newspapers ~ 1918-1919. The Stars and Stripes: The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/sgphtml/sashtml/sashome.html.

Langston Hughes Bibliography

Secondary Sources:
Tidwell, John E., and Cheryl R. Ragar. Monatage of a Dream; The Art and Life of Langston Hughes. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 2007.

Scott, Mark. "Langston Hughes of Kansas." The Journal of Negro History 1, no. 66 (1981): 1-9. Jstor. [Online database.]

 

Primary Sources:
Edited by Emily Bernard, Remember me to Harlem; The Letters of Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten, 1925-1964. New York: A.A. Knopf, 2001.

Hughes , Langston, edited by Arnold Rampersad. The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1994.

Hughes, Langston, foreward by Amiri Baraka. The Big Sea: and auto biography. New York: Thunder Mouth Press, 1986.

Hughes, Langston. Freedom's plow. NY: Knopf, 1943.

Hughes, Langston. The Way's of White Folks. NY: Knopf, 1934.

Hughes, Langston. The Weary Blues. NY: Knopf, 1926.

"Migration Brings Race Problem, this Woman so Asserts," Cleveland advocate, March 6, 1920. Source: LOC, via Nebraska Studies.org

Audio Files: 


Langston Hughes reads and talks about his poems [sound recording] : selected poems /

New Rochelle, N.Y. : Spoken Arts, p1969.

Video Files:

Voices &Visions. 6, Langston Hughes [Video recording]: the dream keeper/ Santa Barbara, Ca.:  intellimation, distributor, c1988.

Shirley Chisholm Bibliography

Secondary Sources:

Chisholm, Shirley.  The Good Fight.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1973.

Chisholm, Shirley.  Unbought and Unbossed: An Autobiography. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1970. 

Chisholm, Shirley. "Women Must Rebel." Voices of the New Feminism Ed. Mary Lou Thompson, Beacon Press: Boston, 1970, 207-216.

Duffy, Susan.  Shirley Chisholm: A Bibliography of Writings by and About her.  London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1988. 

Haskins, James.  Fighting Shirley Chisholm.  New York:  The Dial Press, 1975.

Primary Sources:

"A Report from your Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm." Newsletter for Spring of 1981
Location: Rutgers Special Collections and University Archives

Asbury, Edith-Evans. "Freshman in Congress Won't Be Quiet." New York Times
6 Nov. 1968: 25

Brownmiller, S. "This is Fighting Shirley Chisholm." New York Times Magazine 13 Apr. 1969: 32-33

"Chisholm Cartoon." New York Times 3 Feb. 1972: 32

"Chisholm Illustration." New York Times 4 Feb. 1972: 10

"Equal Rights For Women." New York Times 21 May 1969: 13380

"Mrs. Chisholm Named First Black Woman on House Rules Unit." New York Times
19 Jan. 1977: B4

"NYC Tributes to King Noted: Repr. Chisholm Says She and Other Black Cong. Members will Press Drive to Make Jan 15 Natl. Holiday." New York Times
16 Jan. 1970: 16

Pamphlet from Shirley Chisholm's Presidential campaign. “A Dynamic Force for Responsible Change,” 1972. Location: Rutgers Special Collections and University Archives.

Pamphlet from Shirley Chisholm's Presidential campaign. “Unbought and Unbossed,” 1972. Location: Rutgers Special Collections and University Archives.

"Rep Chisholm's Angry Farewell." New York Times 12 Oct. 1982: 24

"Shirley Chisholm Comments." New York Times 6 Nov. 1968: 25.

“Shirley Chisholm Elected to HR, 1st Negro Woman in Congress." New York Times
6 Nov. 1968: 1.

"Statement of Candidacy," 25 Jan 1972.  Location: Rutgers Special Collections and University Archives.

Media:

Chisholm ’72: Unbought & Unbossed.  Dir. Shola Lynch. Videorecording/DVD.  Lantern Lane Entertainment presents a Realside Production produced in association with P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc., Independent Television Service, National Black Programming Consortium with funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a Rock the Vote Film partner, 2005.

Dee, Ruby.  “What if I am a Woman?, Vol. 2: Black Women's Speeches,” Shirley Chisholm, It is Time for a Change (Sound Recording 9:10 speech)