Table of contents for Harlem jazz era / by Stuart A. Kallen.


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Contents
Introduction: A New Day in Harlem
Chapter 1: The World's Greatest Negro Metropolis
Chapter 2: Harlem Basics
Chapter 3: Eating and Drinking in Harlem
Chapter 4: Jazz and Dance in Harlem
Chapter 5: Theater in Harlem
Chapter 6: The Arts in Harlem
Notes
For Further Reading
Major Works Consulted
Additional Works Consulted
About the Author
 

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