[AFRICAN AMERICANA -- RACE RELATIONS]. BUCK, Pearl S. (1892-1973). Typed document signed ("Pearl S. Buck"). N.p., n.d. 1 page, toned from previous framing, affixed to cardstock.

The Nobel laureate writes "until we learn to allow and, beyond that, to enjoy our singularities and differences of races and nationalities, we shall remain suspended in a state of tension," and speaks to the intricate web of personal and global tensions and how they affect one another. 


Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life. Vol. XII, Number 12. New York: National Urban League, December 1934. 

4to, 8 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. (dampstain to upper edge, partial split at spine).   Features an editorial titled "As A Man Thinketh, So Is He" by Pearl S. Buck, who is noted as a frequent contributor whose "previous writings for this magazine constitute a collection of the noblest thoughts ever set down on the American race problem." (p.359). 

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