DUNBAR, Paul Laurence (1872-1906). -- COOK, Will Marion (1869-1944). Good Evenin' New York: N.Y. American and Journal, 1903.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence, "The Negro Poet" and COOK, Will Marion, "The Negro Composer." Good Evenin' : A Real Native Southern Negro Melody. Supplement of the N.Y. American and Journal, Sunday, March 22, 1903, 3pp. (browning and a few margin tears)

Program for the Second Annual Dunbar Festival, Commemorating Dayton's Beloved Son. September 15, n.y. (possibly 1908 - Sept. 15 was a Tuesday and this was two years after Dunbar's death). 4pp, Approx. 5,5 x 8 in.

FULLER, Sara S. The Paul Laurence Dunbar Collection: An Inventory to the Microfilm Edition. Ohio Historical Society Library Archives. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Historical Society, 1972. 4to, printed paper wraps, 40pp. (browning along spine)

Program for unnamed event, April 19, 1922. Appears to be offset printed.

Card commemorating "The 60th Anniversary of the Late Paul Lawrence Dunbar." June 27, 1932. With images of Dunbar,, his home in Dayton and his mother.

Plus several copies of The Bloomington Bulletin, Dec. 20, 1897 with ad for short stories read by Dunbar and several newspaper clippings.



Newsprint browned.

Estimate: $100 - $150

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