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Racism in popular culture.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Harold Leventhal proletarian archive, 1885-1978

Identifier: 2006-003
Scope and Contents

This archive, and its accompanying library, were acquired by Guy Logsdon, then Library Director, in 1977. It is ascribed to Harold Leventhal, who was a folk music manager, handling such musicians as the Weavers, Woody Guthrie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez. This archive includes an selection of correspondence of the noted activist Ammon Hennacy as well as biographical materials.

Dates: 1885 - 1978; Majority of material found within 1902 - 1975

Song of the South, 1940s

Identifier: 2006.
Scope and Contents

"Hitler Put His Ideas Over with Movies, Too! 'Song of the South' Insults Negro People...." Flyer stating the problem with the film, the problems in the South, and what we can do about it.

Dates: 1940s

"The Way They Do in America", Undated

Identifier: 1981.008.OVRSZ 1
Scope and Contents

"The Way They Do in America. A Jungle Jingle sung by Hot and Tot." Introduced by Ellis and Prentis. Published by Carl Hoffman Music Co., Kansas City, Missouri.

Dates: Copyright: Undated