A typescript of an unpublished book, Randolph Edmond's "definitive history of the Negro in the theatre." In the brief Acknowledgements section, Edmonds references a grant-in-aid by a Research Committee at Florida A College where he was teaching. A Forward was to have been written by Allardyce Nicoll, then a Professor of the History of Drama at the University of Birmingham in England. Some of the chapters include, "White Playwrights and Negro Characters," "White Actors in Blackface," "The Negroes Own Efforts," "Negro Stereotypes," "Negro Bands and Jazz," "The Negro Little Theatre Movement," and other chapters on radio, motion pictures, and music and dance in theatre.
Includes correspondence and some manuscript materials relating to "The Lyrical Novel" (1961), "Divided" (1947), Rue the Day (2009), The Discovery of Slowness (1987), and "Paul Valéry: Protean Critic," from Modern French Criticism (1972).
Consists primarily of clippings related to Carlos Fuentes' parents, Rafael Fuentes and Berta Macías, particularly in relation to his father's diplomatic career. Also included are black-and-white photographs with images of Rafael Fuentes, Miguel Alemán Valdés, and other government officials.
Consists primarily of original artwork created by Charles E. Fehon, Princeton Class of 1950, during the process of designing sets and costumes for Princeton theater groups including Theatre Intime, University Players, and the Triangle Club.