Scope and Contents
Conditions Governing Access
Boxes 155-161 (audiovisual materials): Restricted fragile material. Reference copies may be requested. Consult Access Services for further information.
Conditions Governing Use
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Novemeber 2013 acquisition: Purchased from Niani Feelings on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2013.
139.31 Linear Feet ((111 boxes) + 77 framed items, 26 broadside folders )
Language of Materials
Tom Feelings (1933-2003)
As part of basic processing carried out in 2010-2011, unframed artwork was housed in acid-free folders and boxes, while framed artwork was left in the frames. Descriptive information in the inventory below is drawn primarily from information supplied with the collection in the form of the auction catalog. The information about specific artwork has not been verified. It is supplied here in order to provide some level of access to the material within the collection.
This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.
- African American artists
- African American illustrators
- Angelou, Maya (Now Sheba sings the song)
- Art, American -- 20th Century
- Artists -- United States
- Artists -- United States -- 20th Century
- Audiovisual materials
- Dawes, Kwame Senu Neville, 1962- (I saw your face)
- Drawings (visual works)
- Dummies (Printed matter)
- Feelings, Tom (Middle passage)
- Feelings, Tom, 1933-2003
- Illustration of books -- United States
- Illustrators -- United States
- Illustrators -- United States -- 20th Century
- Slavery in art
- Soul looks back in wonder
- Guide to the Tom Feelings Artwork
- by Tina Evans and Jennifer Meehan
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
- May 2021: Updated with November 2013 acquisition.
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