Papers, 1893-1963.


Black, Alexander, 1859-1940. Papers, 1893-1963.

Papers, 1893-1963.

Clippings about Black's death, 1940, and the death of Fielder Black, 1963; miscellaneous correspondence, 1909-1937; estate papers; original essays, poems, and scripts for Black's "picture plays" (series of superimposed photographic images); autograph letters of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, George Bernard Shaw, and Woodrow Wilson; typescript with corrections by Rudyard Kipling of his story "The Scholars;" and other miscellaneous items.

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