Table of contents for Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance / edited by Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman.

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Abbott, Robert Sengstacke
Abyssinian Baptist Church
African Blood Brotherhood
Afro-American Realty Company
Algonquin Roundtable
Alhambra Theater
Ali, Duse Mohammed
Alston, Charles
Amenia Conference, 1916
Amenia Conference, 1933
American Mercury
American Negro Labor Congress
Amos 'n' Andy
Amsterdam News
Anderson, Charles
Anderson, Edmund Lincoln
Anderson, Garland
Anderson, Marian
Anderson, Regina M.
Anderson, Sherwood
Anglophone Africa and the Harlem Renaissance
Anglophone Caribbean and the Harlem Renaissance
Anita Bush Theater Company
Antilynching Crusade
Apollo Theater
Armstrong, Louis
Art Criticism and the Harlem Renaissance
Associated Negro Press
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History and Journal of Negro History
Atlanta University Studies
Attaway, William
Authors: 1---Overview
Authors: 2---Fiction
Authors: 3---Nonfiction
Authors: 4---Playwrights
Authors: 5---Poets
Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
Baker, Josephine
Baker, Ray Stannard
Baltimore Afro-American
Barnes, Albert
Barnett, Ida B. Wells
Barthe, Richmond
Bearden, Romare
Beavers, Louise
Bechet, Sidney
Becton, George Wilson
Bennett, Gwendolyn
Bentley, Gladys
Bethune, Mary McLeod
Birth of a Nation
Birth of a Race
Black and Tan Clubs
Black and White
Black Bohemia
Black History and Historiography
Black Manhattan
Black Opals
Black Press
Black Star Line
Black Swan Phonograph Company
Black Zionism
Blackface Performance
Blacks in Theater
Blake, Eubie
Bledsoe, Jules
Blues: An Anthology
Blues: Women Performers
Boas, Franz
Boni and Liveright
Boni and Liveright Prize
Bonner, Marieta
Bontemps, Arna
Booklovers Club
Booklovers Magazine
Bradford, Perry
Braithwaite, William Stanley
Brawley, Benjamin
Briggs, Cyril
Brimmer, B. J., Publishing House
Brooks, Clarence
Brooks, Gwendolyn
Brooks, Shelton
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Brown, Ada
Brown, Hallie Quinn
Brown, Sterling
Brownies Book
Bruce, John Edward
Bubbles, John
Burleigh, Harry Thacker
Bush, Anita
Buttitta, Anthony J.
Calloway, Cabell, "Cab"
Calverton, V. F.
Campbell, Dick
Campell, Elmer Simms
Carolina Magazine
Cesaire, Aime
Chenault, Lawrence
Chesnutt, Charles Waddell
Chicago Defender
Chocolate Dandies
Civic Club Dinner, 1924
Civil Rights and Law
Clef Club
Clough, Inez
Cohen, Octavus Roy
Cole, Bob
Colored Players Film Corporation
Columbia Phonograph Company
Come Along Mandy
Communist Party
Community Theater
Conjure Man Dies, The
Cook, Will Marion
Copper Sun
Corrothers, James D.
Cotter, Joseph Seamon
Cotton Club
Covarrubias, Miguel
Cowdery, Mae Virginia
Cox, Ida Prather
Crescent Theater
Crisis, The
Crisis, The: Literary Prizes
Crisis: The Negro in Art---How Shall He Be Portrayed? A Symposium
Cullen, Countee
Cullen, Frederick Ashbury
Cullen-Du Bois Wedding
Cultural Organizations
Cunard, Nancy
Cuney, Waring
Cuney-Hare, Maud
Daddy Grace
Dafora, Asadata
Damas, Leon
Dark Laughter
Dark Princess
Dark Tower
De Priest, Oscar
Dean, Lillian Harris
Delaney, Beauford
Delany, Clarissa Scott
Dett, Robert Nathaniel
Domingo, Wilfred Adolphus
Douglas, Aaron
Draper, Muriel
Dreiser, Theodore
Du Bois, W. E. B.
Dudley, Sherman H.
Dunbar Apartments
Dunbar, Paul Laurence
Dunn, Blanche
Eastman, Crystal
Eastman, Max
Ebony and Topaz
Eclectic Club
Edmonds, Randolph
Ellington, Duke
Ellis, Evelyn
Ellison, Ralph
Emperor Jones, The
Ethiopian Art Players
Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: 1---Overview
Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: 2---Berlin
Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: 3---London
Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: 4---Paris
Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: 5---Soviet Union
Europe, James Reese
Farrow, William McKnight
Father Divine
Fauset, Arthur Huff
Fauset, Jessie Redmon
Federal Programs
Federal Writers' Project
Ferris, William H.
Fetchit, Stepin
Fields, Dorothy
Fifteenth Infantry
Film: Actors
Film: Black Filmmakers
Film: Blacks as Portrayed by White Filmmakers
Fine Clothes to the Jew
Fire in the Flint, The
Fisher, Rudolph
580 Saint Nicholas Avenue
Fool's Errand
Ford, Arnold Josiah
Ford, James William
Forsyne, Ida
Forsythe, Harold Bruce
Fortune, Timothy Thomas
Four Saints in Three Acts
Francophone Africa and the Harlem Renaissance
Francophone Caribbean and the Harlem Renaissance
Frank, Waldo
Frazier, E. Franklin
Fuller, Meta Warrick
Garland Fund
Garvey, Marcus
Gershwin, George
Gilpin, Charles
God's Trombones
Great Migration
Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance
Green Pastures, The
Green, Paul
Greene, Lorenzo
Greenwich Village
Griggs, Sutton E.
Grimke, Angelina Weld
Gruenberg, Louis
Guardian, The
Guggenheim Fellowships
Gumby Book Studio
Gumby Book Studio Quarterly
Hall, Adelaide
Hamid, Sufi Abdul
Handy, W. C.
Harcourt Brace
Harlem: 1---Overview and History
Harlem: 2---Economics
Harlem: 3---Entertainment
Harlem: 4---Housing
Harlem: 5---Neighborhoods
Harlem: 6---Public Health
Harlem Community Players
Harlem: A Forum of Negro Life
Harlem General Hospital
Harlem Globetrotters
Harlem: Negro Metropolis
Harlem: Play
Harlem Renaissance: 1---Black Critics of
Harlem Renaissance: 2---Black Promoters of
Harlem Renaissance: 3---Legacy of
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 1---Boston
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 2---California and the West Coast
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 3---Chicago and the Midwest
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 4---Cleveland
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 5---Kansas and the Plains States
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 6---Philadelphia
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 7---The South
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 8---Texas and the Southwest
Harlem Renaissance in the United States: 9---Washington, D.C.
Harlem Shadows
Harleston, Edwin A.
Harmon Foundation
Harmon, Pappy
Harmon Traveling Exhibition
Harper Brothers
Harrington, James Carl "Hamtree"
Harrison, Hubert
Harrison, Richard
Hayden, Palmer C.
Hayden, Robert
Hayes, Roland
Haynes, George Edmund
Hearts in Dixie
Hegamin, Lucille
Henderson, Fletcher
Herskovits, Melville
Heyward, DuBose
Higher Education
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Hobby Horse
Holiday, Billie
Holstein, Casper
Holt, Nora
Home to Harlem
Horne, Frank
Hot Chocolates
House-Rent Parties
Howard University
Howells, William Dean
Hughes, Langston
Hunter, Alberta
Hunter, Eddie
Hurst, Fannie
Hurston, Zora Neale
Infants of the Spring
Inter-State Tattler
Isaacs, Edith
Jackman, Harold
Jackson, May Howard
Jessye, Eva
Jim Crow
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon
Johnson, Fenton
Johnson, Georgia Douglas
Johnson, Hall
Johnson, Helene
Johnson, James P.
Johnson, James Weldon
Johnson, John Arthur
Johnson, John Rosamond
Johnson, Malvin Gray
Johnson, Noble
Johnson, Sargent Claude
Johnson, William H.
Jones, Eugene Knickle
Jones, Lois Mailou
Joplin, Scott
Jordan, Joe
Jungle Alley
Karamu House
Kellogg, Paul U.
Kerlin, Robert
King, Billy
Kirkpatrick, Sidney
Knopf, Alfred A.
Knopf , Alfred A., Inc.
Knopf, Blanche
Krigwa Players
Lafayette Players
Lafayette Theater
Larsen, Nella
Lawrence, Jacob
Lee, Canada
Lee, George
Leslie, Lew
Lewis, Sinclair
Lewis, Theophilus
Lincoln Motion Picture Company
Lincoln Theater
Lindsay, Vachel
Lippincott, J. B, Publisher
Literary and Artistic Prizes
Literary Criticism and the Harlem Renaissance
Literature: 1---Overview
Literature: 2---Children's
Literature: 3---Drama
Literature: 4---Fiction
Literature: 5---Humor and Satire
Literature: 6---Nonfiction
Literature: 7---Poetry
Little Theater Tournament
Liveright, Horace
Locke, Alain
Loggins, Vernon
Lovinggood, Penman
Lowe, James
Lulu Belle
Lyles, Aubrey
Lynching: Silent Protest Parade
Lyrical Left
Mabley, Jackie "Moms"
Mack, Cecil
Madame Sul Te Wan
Madame X
Madden, Owen Vincent "Owney"
Magazines and Journals
Manhattan Casino
Maran, Rene
Mason, Charlotte Osgood
Matheus, John Frederick
Matthews, Ralph
McClendon, Rose
McGuire, George Alexander
McKay, Claude
McKinney, Nina Mae
Mencken, H. L.
Messenger, The
Meyer, Annie Nathan
Micheaux, Oscar
Miller, Flournoy
Miller, Irvin
Miller, Kelly
Miller, Quintard
Mills, Florence
Mitchell, Abbie
Modern Quarterly
Moore, Frederick Randolph
Moore, Richard B.
Moore, Tim
Morand, Paul
Moreland, Mantan
Morrison, Frederick Ernest
Morton, Ferdinand Q.
Morton, Jelly Roll
Motley, Archibald J. Jr.
Moton, Robert Russa
Murphy, Carl J.
Muse, Clarence
Music: Bands and Orchestras
Musical Theater
Nail, John E.
Nance, Ethel Ray
Nation, The
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Association of Negro Musicians
National Colored Players
National Ethiopian Art Theater
National Negro Business League
National Urban League
Negro: An Anthology
Negro Art Institute
Negro Art Theater
Negro Experimental Theater
Negro World
Nelson, Alice Dunbar
New Challenge
New Deal
New Masses
New Negro
New Negro, The
New Negro Art Theater
New Negro Movement
New York Age
Niagara Movement
Nigger Heaven
Not without Laughter
Nugent, Richard Bruce
Numbers Racket
Oliver, Joseph "King"
On Trial
135th Street Library
O'Neill, Eugene
Opportunity Awards Dinner
Opportunity Literary Contests
Organized Crime
Ory, Edward "Kid"
Ovington, Mary White
Owen, Chandler
Pa Williams's Gal
Pace, Harry H.
Pace Phonographic Company
Padmore, George
Pan-African Congresses
Pan Africanism
Party Politics
Passing: Novel
Patterson, Louise Thompson
Payton, Philip A.
Peterkin, Julia Mood
Peterson, Dorothy Randolph
Philanthropy and Philanthropic Organizations
Pickens, William
Pittsburgh Courier
Poetry: Dialect
Politics and Politicians
Porgy and Bess
Porgy: Novel
Porgy: Play
Porter, James Amos
Powell, Adam Clayton Sr.
Preer, Evelyn
Professional Sports and Black Athletes
Prophet, Nancy Elizabeth
Provincetown Players
Publishers and Publishing Houses
Race Films
Race Men
Racial Iconography
Racial Stereotyping
Racism and the New Negro Movement
Rainey, Gertrude "Ma"
Randolph, A. Philip
Razaf, Andy
Redding, Jay Saunders
Reiss, Winold
Religious Organizations
Renaissance Casino
Revue Negre
Richardson, Willis
Riots: 1---Overview, 1917--1921
Riots: 2---Red Summer of 1919
Riots: 3---Tulsa, 1921
Riots: 4---Harlem Riot, 1935
Riots: 5---Riots and Lynching
Robeson, Paul
Robinson, Bill "Bojangles"
Rogers, Joel Augustus
Roseland Ballroom
Rosenwald Fellowships
Runnin' Wild
Saint Louis Blues
Saint Mark's Methodist Episcopal Church
Saint Philip's Protestant Episcopal Church
San Juan Hill
Saturday Evening Quill
Savage, Augusta
Savoy Ballroom
Schomburg, Arthur A.
Schuyler, George S.
Scott, Emmett Jay
Scott, William Edouard
Seabrook, William
Second Harlem Renaissance
Senghor, Leopold
Servant in the House, The
Seven Arts
Shipp, Jesse A.
Show Boat
Shuffle Along
Sissle, Noble
Small's Paradise
Smith, Ada
Smith, Bessie
Smith, Clara
Smith, Mamie
Smith, Trixie
Smith, Willie "the Lion"
Snow, Valaida
Social-Fraternal Organizations
Spencer, Anne
Spingarn, Arthur
Spingarn, Joel
Spingarn Medal
Spivey, Victoria
Still, William Grant
Stribling, Thomas Sigismund
Strivers' Row
Sugar Hill
Survey Graphic
Talbert, Mary Burnett
Talented Tenth
Tannenbaum, Frank
Tanner, Henry Ossawa
Theater Owners' Booking Association
Their Eyes Were Watching God
There Is Confusion
They Shall Not Die
Thomas, Edna Lewis
Three Plays for a Negro Theater
Thurman, Wallace
Tolson, Melvin
Toomer, Jean
Tree of Hope
Tri-Arts Club
Tropic Death
Trotter, William Monroe
Tucker, Earl "Snakehips"
Tuskegee Experiment
267 House
United Colored Democracy
Universal Negro Improvement Association
Utopia Players
Van Der Zee, James
Van Doren, Carl
Van Vechten, Carl
Vanity Fair
Vann, Robert L.
Viking Press
Villard, Oswald Garrison
Visual Arts
Walker, A'Lelia
Walker, Madame C. J.
Walker, Margaret
Waller, Thomas "Fats"
Walls of Jericho, The
Walrond, Eric
Walton, Lester
Wannamaker Award
Ward, Aida
Waring, Laura Wheeler
Washington, Booker T.
Washington, Fredi
Washington, Isabel
Waters, Ethel
Weary Blues, The
West, Dorothy
White, Clarence Cameron
White Novelists and the Harlem Renaissance
White Patronage
White, Walter
Williams, Clarence
Williams, Edward Christopher
Williams, Egbert Austin "Bert"
Wilson, Arthur "Dooley"
Wilson, Edith
Wilson, Frank
Wise, Stephen Samuel
Within Our Gates
Witmark, M., and Sons
Woodruff, Hale
Woodson, Carter G.
Work, Monroe Nathan
Workers' Dreadnought
Works Progress Administration
World War I
Wright, Louis T.
Wright, Richard
Yerby, Frank

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African American arts -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th century -- Encyclopedias.
Harlem Renaissance -- Encyclopedias.