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Fri Mar 21 17:03:26 2014 UTClccn-n790613760.00Papers, 1927-19680.131.00Langston Hughes portrait collection100279547Milton_Meltzern 79061376294389メルツァー, ミルトンlccn-n80014956Hughes, Langston1902-1967lccn-n50051486Lincoln, C. Eric(Charles Eric)1924-2000edtlccn-n79021164Twain, Mark1835-1910lccn-n95009530Andersen, Bethanne1954-illlccn-n81090929Marchesi, Stephenilllccn-n90661660Alcorn, Stephenilllccn-n79100159Lange, Dorotheailllccn-n78085478Columbus, Christopherlccn-n88072126Thomas Y. Crowell Companypbllccn-n78095600Thoreau, Henry David1817-1862Meltzer, Milton1915-2009Juvenile worksHistoryBiographySourcesPictorial worksBiography‡vPictorial worksInterviewsUnited StatesAfrican AmericansHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)World War (1939-1945)GermanyPolitical scienceJews--PersecutionsDepressionsSocial historyEconomic historyJews rescue (1939-1945 : World War)Righteous Gentiles in the HolocaustRailroads--Social aspectsRailroadsBlacksTwain, Mark,Authors, AmericanColumbus, ChristopherExplorersAmericaDiscovery and exploration, SpanishSpainSlave tradeSlaveryAbolitionistsFrench and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Confederation of the United States (1783-1789)American Revolution (1775-1783)Labor unionsLabor movementQueens--BiographyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Lange, DorotheaRace relationsHughes, Langston,Potatoes--Social aspectsPotatoesPeaceDraft resistersPacifistsAfrican American poetsPoets, AmericanStatesmenFranklin, Benjamin,PrintersAfrican American actorsAfrican Americans in the performing artsAfrican American entertainersPhotographersMeltzer, Milton,19152009195619571958196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201192071284779BE185ocn001082537ocn000275675ocn000788777ocn007128756ocn007124562ocn000146627ocn001911266ocn037637150ocn240041725ocn224045941ocn000922328ocn000790102ocn853278959ocn751272250ocn813641676ocn866097561239414ocn002199611book19760.18Meltzer, MiltonNever to forget : the Jews of the HolocaustHistoryA history of the Jews in Nazi Germany from the rise of Hitler through World War II+-+6366199155223935ocn000394471book19560.25Hughes, LangstonA pictorial history of the Negro in AmericaHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyPictorial works220924ocn000010443book19690.17Meltzer, MiltonBrother, can you spare a dime; the Great Depression, 1929-1933The Great Depression during the Hoover administration+-+2728751635217214ocn009643445book19560.22Hughes, LangstonA pictorial history of BlackamericansHistoryPictorial worksDiscusses Black history on the social, political, economic, and cultural fronts and includes over 1,000 pictures+-+072500260520357ocn016980718book19880.06Meltzer, MiltonRescue : the story of how gentiles saved Jews in the HolocaustJuvenile worksA recounting drawn from historic source material of the many individual acts of heroism performed by righteous gentiles who sought to thwart the extermination of the Jews during the Holocaust+-+826619915519102ocn052644590book20040.06Meltzer, MiltonHear that train whistle blow! : how the railroad changed the worldHistoryJuvenile worksTakes a look at the history of rail transportation, focussing on how it transformed societies from isolated communities which rarely communicated or traded into unified nations+-+477473028519014ocn000422600book19640.23Meltzer, MiltonIn their own words : a history of the American Negro, 1619-1865HistoryJuvenile worksSourcesA history of Black people in the United States, as told through letters, speeches, articles, eyewitness accounts, and other documents. This is a collection of personal accounts of the experiences of African Americans. There are excerpts from the memoirs of slaves, from educator Charlotte Forten while observing a regiment of young freedmen, from Fannie Lou Hamer during unofficial hearings on brutality in Mississippi, & from Maya Angelou on being a black female artist. Issues from slavery to the Ku Klux Klan, to marches, boycotts, & political power, are presented186526ocn000270965book19600.24Twain, MarkMark Twain himself : a pictorial biographyBiographyBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksPictorial biography composed of selections from Mark Twain's autobiography, letters, notebooks, speeches, sketches, newspaper and magazine pieces, giving highlights of his life+-+176967173518284ocn020391792book19900.06Meltzer, MiltonColumbus and the world around himJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the voyages of Columbus, the terrible impact of the Spaniards on the Indians, and the ultimate cultural influence of the Native Americans on their white conquerors+-+1443566805167710ocn010998389book19840.07The Black Americans : a history in their own words, 1619-1983HistoryJuvenile worksSourcesA history of Black people in the United States, as told through letters, speeches, articles, eyewitness accounts, and other documents+-+K005199155165920ocn000470335book19670.07Meltzer, MiltonBread--and roses; the struggle of American labor, 1865-1915HistoryJuvenile worksA documented account of the growth of the American labor movement from the Civil War to World War I. Examines labor conditions resulting from the change to mass production in mine, mill, and railroad; child labor; women workers; tenement life and sweatshops as contrasted to the life of the rich in the Gilded Age; and the strikes that made the union a permanent institution16466ocn014718932book19870.06The American revolutionaries : a history in their own words, 1750-1800HistoryJuvenile worksLetters, diaries, memoirs, interviews, ballads, newspaper articles, and speeches depict life and events in the American colonies in the second half of the eighteenth century, with an emphasis on the years of the Revolutionary War+-+409619915516148ocn037813493book19980.06Meltzer, MiltonTen queens : portraits of women of powerJuvenile worksBiographyProvides biographical portraits of ten queens from history including Esther, Cleopatra, Boudicca, Zenobia, Eleanor of Acquitaine, Isabel of Spain, Elizabeth I, Christina of Sweden, Maria Theresa, and Catherine the Great+-+330629070514499ocn018909171book19890.06Meltzer, MiltonVoices from the Civil War : a documentary history of the great American conflictHistoryJuvenile worksBiographySourcesLetters, diaries, memoirs, interviews, ballads, newspaper articles, and speeches depict life and events during the four years of the Civil War+-+197619915513897ocn003844721book19780.28Meltzer, MiltonDorothea Lange : a photographer's lifeBiography+-+7771510635133412ocn000442234book19680.07Meltzer, MiltonLangston Hughes; a biographyJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the Negro poet and playwright whose themes were based on his diverse ethnic and social experiences in Harlem and in the many places he traveled13212ocn024378112book19920.06Meltzer, MiltonThe amazing potato : a story in which the Incas, Conquistadors, Marie Antoinette, Thomas Jefferson, wars, famines, immigrants, and french fries all play a partHistoryJuvenile worksIntroduces the history, effects, and current uses of the potato in the world marketplace+-+115357515532412944ocn011468505book19850.06Meltzer, MiltonAin't gonna study war no more : the story of America's peace seekersHistoryJuvenile worksPresents a history of pacifism and those who have protested against war, concentrating on war resistance in the United States, from colonial days up to the current movement against nuclear arms+-+251773028512473ocn018050637book19880.06Meltzer, MiltonBenjamin Franklin : the new AmericanJuvenile worksBiographyPresents a biography of the multi-talented and accomplished founding father123310ocn000331080book19670.27Hughes, LangstonBlack magic : a pictorial history of the Negro in American entertainmentA pictorial history of the Negro in American entertainment5764ocn017233963book19880.06Meltzer, MiltonStarting from home : a writer's beginningsJuvenile worksBiographyThe author recounts the discoveries, hardships, and triumphs of his early life and the influences that shaped him as a person and writer+-+38543504051381ocn054460036book20040.06Meltzer, MiltonMilton Meltzer : writing mattersJuvenile worksBiographyIn his own words, Meltzer shares many of his personal and professional inspirations, challenges, and successes, taking the reader on a journey from his days in school to his work with the Works Progress+-+820776680551ocn005583327book19780.47Nadel, MaxA teacher's guide to the paperback edition of Never to forget : the Jews of the Holocaust, by Milton Meltzer51ocn062374732book19580.92United StatesCommunist Activity in Mass Communications. : hearings before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, Eighty-Fifth Congress, second session, on Aug. 12, Sept. 23, Dec. 17, 195831ocn009032492rcrd19790.27Meltzer, MiltonAn interview with Milton MeltzerInterviews11ocn797975691mix1.00Meltzer, MiltonMilton Meltzer papersRecords and correspondenceMilton Meltzer (1915-2009) worked in public relations, was a professor, an editor, and an author of Jewish, African-American, and American history as well as children's and young adult books. The collection contains literary manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and published volumes. Manuscripts are alphabetically organized by title. Files may include related correspondence, drafts, edited versions, notes, and research material. Titles include The Chinese Americans, The Human Rights Book, Violins and Shovels: The WPA Arts Project, and multiple titles regarding Jewish history. Galley proofs for two Jewish histories are housed separately because of their size. Two published works of Melter's are available.There is also a section of manuscripts written for the edited series' "Women in America" and "Zenith Culture Series." The files include correspondence, drafts, and miscellaneous papers.The 1985 addendum contains manuscript material for four titles. The 1986 addendum contains manuscript and research material, photographs, and printed material. The 1989 addendum contains manuscripts material including holograph and typed drafts, galleys, dummies, and related correspondence with editors/publishers11ocn080936602visu1.00Langston Hughes portrait collectionPortraits of poet, playwright, and songwriter, Langston Hughes. Many individual portraits of Hughes, including Hughes at his typewriter, at Lincoln University, and artist's renderings. Individuals included in group portraits with Hughes are: Jean Blackwell Hutson, Milton Meltzer with a copy of their book, Jessie Fauset, Sophie Arnall Jacobs, Arna Bontemps, James Emanuel, Jay Wright, Sam Allen, Lucy Smith, Calvin Hernton, James Vaughan, David Henderson, Ray Patterson, Robert Abrams, Zora Neale Hurston, and Joseph Nwanne. Notable among the group portraits is Hughes posing with Charles S. Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Rudolph Fisher and Hubert T. Delany at a party for Hughes held at the 580 St. Nicholas Ave., Harlem, home of Regina Andrews and Ethel Ray Nance in 1924. Other images depict Hughes signing copies of his books, talking with students, with a poster of "Black Nativity," and receiving an award. There is also a view of an exhibit of his books willed to the Schomburg. Full, half and quarter length views are included11ocn404069776mix1.00Langton, JaneJane Langton papersIllustrationsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, artwork, and other materials, written, collected, and donated by Jane Langton. Because she actively corresponded with various authors and illustrators, the letters give insight to not only her relationships with these individuals, but also the development of work created by them11ocn367494941book19961.00Chan, Helen Lai FongLearning about the holocaust through young adult holocaust nonfiction : The cage; For those I loved; and Rescue : the story of how gentiles saved Jews in the holocaustFiction11ocn022015301book19891.00Bradford, HeidiThe move toward identity in the juvenile biographies of Jean Fritz, F.N. Monjo, and Milton Meltzer11ocn048935619mix0.47Meltzer, MiltonMilton Meltzer papersRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsManuscripts, typescripts, production material, and correspondence created and accumulted by Milton Meltzer between 1985 and 200111ocn024939240visu1.00Langston Hughes portrait collectionPortraits of poet, playwright, and songwriter, Langston Hughes. Many individual portraits of Hughes, including Hughes at his typewriter, at Lincoln University, and artist's renderings. Individuals included in group portraits with Hughes are: Jean Blackwell Hutson, Milton Meltzer with a copy of their book, Ethel Ray, Helen Lanning, Pearl Fisher, Rudolph Fisher, Clarissa Scott, Hubert Delany, Regina Anderson, Jessie Fauset, Marie Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Mrs. John Foxborough, Marva Louis, Lucile Armstead, Midge Williams, Roy Wilkins, Dick Campbell, Sophie Arnall Jacobs, Arna Bontemps, James Emanuel, Jay Wright, Sam Allen, Lucy Smith, Calvin Hernton, James Vaughan, David Henderson, Ray Patterson, Robert Abrams, Zora Neale Hurston, Charles S. Johnson, and Joseph Nwanne. Hughes is seen signing copies of his books, talking with students, with a poster of "Black Nativity," and receiving an award. There is also a view of an exhibit of his books willed to the Schomburg. Full, half and quarter length views are included11ocn024936671visu1.00Milton Meltzer portrait collectionQuarter length portrait of author, historian and college professor Milton Meltzer12ocn309733336book19781.00Meltzer, MiltonReminiscences of Milton Meltzer :InterviewsEarly life, education, Worcester, Mass.; New York, N.Y. during the Depression; college experiences and radical political movements at New College, Columbia, 1932-36; beginnings as a writer; work for the Works Progress Administration Federal Theater Project, 1936-39; VIOLINS AND SHOVELS11ocn076965535mix1.00Meltzer, MiltonMilton Meltzer papersHistoryJuvenile worksRecords and correspondenceCollection comprises primarily literary manuscripts and correspondence related to Milton Meltzer's work as an author and editor of books on American history for children and young people. Collection includes manuscripts for the following books, among others: Pictorial history of the Negro in America (1956); Mark Twain himself, a pictorial biography (1960); In their own words, a treasury of Negro history (1965); Time of trial, time of hope, the Negro in America, 1919-1941 (1966); and Langston Hughes, a biography (1968). Collection includes correspondence with Langston Hughes, Arna Bontemps, and Bernard Rapoport, as well as correspondence with publishers01ocn122514132mixBontemps, ArnaBiographyArchivesMusicCorrespondents include Stephen Aaron, Nelson Algren, T.J. Anderson, Harold Arlen, Moses Asch, Verna Avery, Imamu Amiri Baraka, John F. Bayliss, Julian Bond, W.S. Braithwaite, Paul Breman, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sterling A. Brown, Jean Burden, Margaret T. Burroughs, E. Simms Campbell, Horace R. Cayton, Abraham Chapman, Marcus Christian, John H. Clarke, Jack Conroy, Countee Cullen, Ida Mae Cullen, W. Waring Cuney, Margaret Danner, Frank M. Davis, Robert A. Davis, William L. Dawson, William Demby, Owen Dodson, Cedric Dover, W.E.B. DuBois, Randolph Edmonds, Ralph Ellison, James A. Emanuel, Mari Evans, Michel Fabre, Jessie R. Fauset, Julia Fields, Fisk University, John T. Frederick, Ralph J. Gleason, W.C. Handy, Herbert Hill, Carl W. Hines, Frances Howland, David Hudson, Langston Hughes, Leston Huntley, Harold Jackman, Josephine Jacobsen, Ted Joans, Charles S. Johnson, Georgia Johnson, Ulysses Kay, Jacob Lawrence, Alain Locke, Clarence Major, Enid Meadowcroft, Florence Means, Milton Meltzer, Loften Mitchell, Bucklin Moon, Effie Lee Newsome, Gloria Oden, Roi Ottley, Mary White Ovington, Marion Palfi, René Piquion, Rosey E. Pool, Harold Preece, Alex Preminger, Dudley Randall, Louis B. Reynolds, Lessing J. Rosenwald, George S. Schuyler, Nevil Shute, William Grant Still, Mildred Stock, Ellen Tarry, Mary Church Terrell, Era Bell Thompson, Melvin Tolsin, and Marjorie C. Toomer01ocn122681171mixLawrence, JacobBiographyArchivesExhibition catalogsLawrence also received correspondence from educational institutions at which he has held teaching positions; institutions which have awarded him grants and/or fellowships; galleries which represented his work; museums which have purchased and/or exhibited his work; and institutions and publications which support and promote the study of African American art and culture+-+6366199155+-+6366199155Fri Mar 21 15:44:11 EDT 2014batch38833