A hardback copy of The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin. The book has a paper cover with clear plastic cover over top of the book. The paper cover is black with red and orange type. The front of the paper cover reads: [The Fire / Next / Time] in red and [James / Baldwin] in orange, centered but aligned to the left. The back of the paper cover is entirely taken up by a black-and-white picture of James Baldwin. The picture is a close-up of Baldwin, who has his hands crossed in front of him and is wearing a jacket. The hardback book itself is white with red type. The interior pages, one hundred and twenty-three in total, front and back included, are off-white paper with black type, and no images. One of the interior pages has a stamp that reads: [John R. McElderry].
A hardback book titled Another Country by James Baldwin. The exterior has a paper book cover and a clear plastic book cover over that. The paper book cover is off-white with red text, centered, that reads: [Another / Country] and dark blue type, centered, that reads: [a novel / James / Baldwin] in large font on the front cover. The binding, in same color scheme, reads: [Another / Country / James / Baldwin / Dial]. The back cover of the paper sleeve, bordered by solid red line, has text in black and red type that gives a bulleted-list synopsis of eight characters in the book. The front interior of paper sleeve gives a synopsis of the book, while the back interior of the paper sleeve has a black-and-white depiction of James Baldwin and gives information, in black type, about his life and career. Hardback cover itself is black with white type and red on interior front and back covers. On the inside cover there is a white sticker that in black print reads: [From the Library of Albert Tsugawa]. The interior pages, 436 in total, are off-white paper with black type.
A 1964 Playbill for "Blues for Mister Charlie" which was presented at the American National Theater and Academy (ANTA) Theater in New York. The performance was "dedicated to the memory of Medgar Evers, and his widow and his children, and to the memory of the dead children of Birmingham."