Theatre program for The Green Pastures. White background with blue box, graphic of a man serenading a woman with an instrument by moonlight. [WILLY POCANY/MANSFIELD / THEATRE/47th STREET west of BROADWAY/COPYRIGHTED NEW YORK THEATRE PROGRAM CORPORATION]
A hardcover book titled Plays and Pageants from the Life of the Negro by Willis Richardson. The front cover is brown with black text and images and boxes. The top box contains the title and author of the book. An image in the bottom box depicts the heads of two figures with short hair silhouetted in profile and looking to the left. Wavy and straight lines are underneath the heads. The binding has the title with similar straight and wavy lines separating from a silhouetted depiction of a cloaked figure holding a staff and “THE / ASSOCIATED / PUBLISHERS” near the bottom. The back cover is brown and blank. The front free endpaper is stamped with “Alice B. Durham” in purple ink at top right. The book is three hundred seventy-three (373) pages and is illustrated throughout with stylized woodcuts.
A hardback copy of Negro History in Thirteen Plays by Willis Richardson and May Miller. Front cover is burnt orange with black type, reading [NEGRO HISTORY/in/THIRTEEN PLAYS/RICHARDSON AND MILLER]. Binding reads [NEGRO/HISTORY/in/THIRTEEN PLAYS/RICHARDSON/and/MILLER/THE/ASSOCIATED/PUBLISHERS,/INC.] also in black type. Back cover is blank. Three hundred thirty-three (333) interior pages, all off-white with black type.