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I'll Make Me a World [production] Papers (FMA0002), 1997-1999

Collection Overview

Title: I'll Make Me a World [production] Papers (FMA0002), 1997-1999

Predominant Dates:1997-1999

ID: FMA/FMA0002d

Creator: Blackside, Inc.

Extent: 45.0 Linear Feet

Languages: English [eng]

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The I’ll Make Me a World [production] Papers form a small portion of the larger Henry Hampton Collection. Included are research materials containing biographical information, articles and bibliographies collected for notable individuals including African American artists, writers, actors, and musicians, as well as general research materials on broader subjects related to African American life and art. Also includes are photographs; productions files for individuals involved in the creation of "I'll Make Me a World" such as Betty Ciccarelli, Paul Massari, Katy Mostoller, David Carnochan, Denise Greene, Tanayi Seabrook, and Sarah Wolozin, Wesley Jones, and Sam Pollard; interview transcripts; scripts; and outreach and publicity materials including magazine ads, press releases, postcards, brochures, educational materials, and materials for the I'll Make Me a World website.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Open

Use Restrictions:

Some material may be restricted due to personal financial issues (Social Security numbers, etc.).  Please contact staff for more information.

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Method: The collection was obtained from the Civil Rights Project, Inc. in 2001 and subsequent materials were obtained from Blackside, Inc. in 2002 and 2003.

Related Materials: The Henry Hampton Collection

Preferred Citation: [Name of the Collection], Washington University Libraries, Department of Special Collections.


Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: I'll Make Me a World [Outreach and Publicity Materials], Box 1, circa 1997-1999Add to your cart.

Contains promotional materials, magazine ads, press releases, postcards, brochures, educational materials, and materials for the "I'll Make Me a World" website.

Box 01 - Includes a "Publishing, Education and Community Outreach Proposal.” Includes lists of schools, museums and bookstores which Blackside hoped to involve in outreach programs. Includes correspondence and memoranda of phone calls requesting artists profiled in the series to appear at public relations events in numerous cities. Includes schedules of these events, and public appearances which the producers of the series made for promotional purposes. Includes materials relating to meetings held with advisors in preparation for production of the series, including a transcript of an advisor's meeting held December 2, 1995, and an agenda for an advisor's meeting held December 19, 1996. Includes a schedule and biography of speakers for the Blackside "school," internal education workshop held May 16-18, 1997, in Boston, to familiarize Blackside staff with the subject matters featured in the production. Website information includes flowchart, copyrights information, and "Artist Information" forms filled out for prominently featured artists. Also includes various materials associated with "I'll Make Me a World." Includes budgets and grant proposals prepared for the National Endowment for the Arts. Includes correspondence with various foundations and corporations seeking grants to fund the project. These include Nation's Bank, Chisolm-Mingo, Fleet Bank, Nissan Motor Corporation, Louis Armstrong Foundation, Texaco, Resnicow, Avis, Fidelity, BBD&O, the Joyce Foundation and the Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation. Includes an early proposal for corporate sponsorship "opportunities" which refers to the project by its working title "The African American Century." Includes a file labeled "Arts Business File" with various administrative information. Also has subscription information for "Jazz Heritage" magazine.

Series 2: I'll Make Me a World [Research], Box 1-2Add to your cart.

Includes documents relating to production research for "I'll Make Me a World." Includes biographical information, articles and bibliographies. Materials are collected for notable individuals including African American artists, writers, actors, and musicians, as well as general research materials on broader subjects related to African American life and art.

Box 01 - Contains biographies on the following: Alvin Ailey; Chris Albertson; Ira Aldridge; Charles Alston; Jacques d'Ambroise; Benny Andrews; Maya Angelou; Louis Armstrong; James Baldwin; Toni Cade Bambara; Amina Baraka; Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones); Jean-Michel Basquat; Romare Bearden; Sidney Bechet; Harry Belafonte; Coby Bell; Gwendolyn Bennett : Lerone Bennett, Jr.; Chuck Berry; Mary McLeod Bethune; John Biggers; Camille Billops; Robert Blackburn; Eubie Blake; Nora Brooks Blakely; Buddy Bolden; Perry Bradford; Gwendolyn Brooks; James Brown; Lloyd Brown; Oscar Brown Jr.; Tony Brown; Delores Browne; Robert Brustein; Charles Burrett; Busta Rhymes; Cab Calloway; Elizabeth Catlett; Mary Schmidt Campbell; Dana Chandler; Kenny Clarke; Lucille Clifton; George Clinton; Nat King Cole; Ornette Coleman; Janet Collins; John Coltrane; Will Marion Cook; Bill Cosby; Ernest Crichlow; Stanley Crouch; Countee Cullen; Sean Curran; Cypress Hill; Dorothy Dandridge; Julie Dash; Miles Davis; Ossie Davis; Sammy Davis Jr.; Ruby Dee; De La Soul; Warren "Baby" Dodds; Johnny Dodds; Jeff Donaldson; Thomas Dorsey; Aaron Douglas; W.E.B. DuBois; Gerald Early; Duke Ellington; Ralph Ellison; James Reese Europe; Jesse Redmon Fauset; Fisk Jubilee Singers; Aretha Franklin; the Fugees; Edmund Barry Gaither; Gang Starr; Herbert Gentry; Haile Gerima; Dizzy Gillespie; Nikki Giovanni; Savion Glover; Whoopi Goldberg; Brenda Dixon Gottschild; Uta Hagen; Alex Haley; Wynn Handman; William Christopher Handy; Lorraine Hansberry; Coleman Hawkins; Riva Helfond; Nat Hentoff; Earl Hines; Lena Horne; Reginald Hudlin; Langston Hughes; Alberta Hunter; Zora Neale Hurston; Mahalia Jackson; Michael Jackson; Judith Jamison; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Charles Spurgeon Johnson; George Johnson; James P. Johnson; James Weldon Johnson; Joseph Johnson; Noble Johnson; Virginia Johnson; William H. Johnson; Bill T. Jones; James Earl Jones; Kellie Jones; Quincy Jones; June Jordan; Freddie Keppard; Woodie King Jr.; Maxine Hong Kingston; Eartha Kitt; Etheridge Knight; Gwendolyn Knight; Hilton Kramer; KRS-One; Nella Larsen; Jacob Lawrence; Leaders of the New School; Spike Lee; Alain Locke; Audre Lorde; Haki Madhubuti (Don Lee); Malcolm X (Malcolm Little); Wynton Marsalis; Kerry James Marshall; Curtis Mayfield; Christian McBride; Dianne McIntyre; Claude McKay; Richard Milner; Oscar Micheaux; Arthur Mitchell; Thelonius Monk; Jessica Care Moore; Toni Morrison; Jelly Roll Morton; Gloria Naylor; Joe "King" Oliver; Edward "Kid" Ory; Harry Pace; Charlie Parker; Gordon Parks; Charley Patton; Nicholas Payton; John Pierson; Howardena Pindell; Sidney Poitier; Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Leontyne Price; Public Enemy; Queen Latifah (Dana Owens); Sun Ra; Bruce Raeburn; Ma Rainey; Dudley Randall; Ishmael Reed; Martha Reeves; Charlene Regester; Lloyd Richards; Faith Ringgold; Max Roach; Marcus Roberts; Paul Robeson; Smokey Robinson; Tricia Rose; Helena Rosen; Tony Russo; Run DMC; Salt-n-Pepa; Sonia Sanchez; Raymond Jennings Saunders; Augusta Savage; Gunther Schuller; Ntozake Shange; Jesse Shipp; Bessie Smith; Mamie Smith; Vincent Smith; Gloria Steinem; Sugarhill Gang; the Supremes; Henry Ossawa Tanner; Billy Taylor; Clyde Taylor; The Temptations; Henry Wallace Thurman; Jean Toomer; Melvin Van Peebles; Sarah Vaughan; Ben Vereen.

Box 02 - Contains other research. Includes: Arts bibliography - recommended readings - General; Arts bibliography - recommended readings - Individual Artists; Arts bibliography - recommended readings - Weblinks; Bios - Imman Website; General articles - Film; General articles - Theater; General articles - Dance; General articles - Music; General articles - Visual Arts; General articles - Music; General - Panels - Opening, Community; General - Panels - Literature; General - Panels - Film, Theater, Dance; General - Panels - Visual Arts; General - Panels - Music; General - Panels - Millenium; General - Panels - Guest Artists; Hollywood projects; Hollywood Reporter articles; Integration articles; King press clippings; Multiple artists - bios.

Series 3: I'll Make Me a World [Stills Research], Box 1-3Add to your cart.

Contains materials related to the stills researched and used in "I'll Make Me a World," episodes 1, "Lift Every Voice," episode 4, "The Dream Keepers," episode 5, "Not a Rhyme Time," and episode 6, "The Freedom You Will Take." Includes mostly photocopies of photos, book covers, visual art, headlines, etc. Also has some photographic prints and licensing agreements.

Box 01 - Contains photocopied images, used as still research, for episodes 5-6 related to film, hip hop, visual arts, and the Black Art Movement. Includes Blaxploitation, Shaft, Superfly, Blockbuster, Cosby Show, Independents, Charles Bennett, NYU, Julie Dash, Jim Jarmusch, Spike Lee, Spike billboards, Spike: Do the Right Thing, Spike: Malcolm X, Spike: The Messenger, Spike - SGHI, Spike: School Daze, Spike: SF Film Festival, Spike: Text, Eddie Murphy, Gordon Parks, Richard Pryor, John Sales, John SIngleton, Melvin Van Peebles, Pioneers, De La Sol, EPMD, Beastie Boys, Hip Hop Style, Busta Rhymes, Common, Savion Glover, Rodney King, Ice-T, KRS One, McLyte, Native Tongues, NWA, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, Rakim, Ron Reagon, Rick Rubin, Run DMC, Salt `N Pepa, Sugar Hill Gang, Dolores Tucker, Hip Hop Misc., Book Covers, Artists of the 30¿s, BAM Graphics, Contemporary Black artists, Invisible Americans, Pop Art, Realsim, South Side Comm. Center, Spiral, Whitney Museum, Emma Amos, Benny Andrews, Michaell Bailey, Radcliffe Bailey, Anthony Barboza, Jean Michel Basquait, Romare Bearden, Camille Billops, David Bradford, Kay Brown, Nanette Carter, Elizabeth Catlett, Dana Chandler, Robert Colescott, Chase Colin, Renee Cox, Ernest Crichlow, Paul Davis, Beauford Delaney, Jeff Donaldson, Marray Depillars, Aaron Douglas, Reginald Gammon, Melvin Edwards, Herbert Gentry, Sam Gilliam, David HAmmons, Palmer Hayden, Al Hollingsworth, Edward Hopper, Richard Hunt, William Johnson, Sargent Johnson, Ben Jones, Lots Mailou Jones, Joseph Cliff, Jacob Lawrence, Norman Lewis, Roy Lewis, Samella Lewis, Philip Lindsey Mason, Alvin Loving, William Majors, Lev Millis, Kerry Marshall, Valerie Maynard, Archibald Motley, Ademola Olugebefola, Joe Overstreet, Henry O Tanner, Bertrand Phillips, James Phillips, Howardena Pindell, Adrian Piper, Faith Ringgold, Martin Puryear, Lucille Roberts, Alison Soar, Betye Saar, Raymond Saunders, Augusta Savage, Gary Simmens, Alma Thomas, Ruth Waddy, K. Walker, Judith Wilson, Charles White, Hale Woodruff, Richard Yarde, Misc., Bearden: Harlem on My Mind, Invisible Americans, South Side Community Center, Spiral, Studio Museum, Whitney Museum, Benny Andrews, John Baur, Jean-Michel Basquait, Romare Bearden, David Bradford, Elizabeth Catlette, Dana Chandler, Jr., Robert Doty, David Hammons, Thomas Hoving, Jacob Lawrence, Lois Mailou Jones, Joseph Cliff, N. Lewis, Lewis Samella, Valarie Maynard, Howardena Pindella, Bertrand Phillips, Richard Hunt, Faith Ringgold, Lucille Roberts, Betye Saar, Raymond Saunders, Ed Sprigg, James Vanderzee, Waddy G. Ruth, Misc. Civil Rights, Civil Rights Eyes Photo, Detroit General, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, BAM, BAM American Negro Exhibit, BAM General, Antiwar, Black PAnthers, Black Power/ Black Pride, Black Writers Conference, BAM Dance, BAM Fisk, Graphics/ Photos, BAM Haryou, Independent Institutions, BAM Murals, BAM Poets, The Last Poets, BAM Riots, BAM Barts, BAM Theater, BAM Concept East, Kuumba Workshop, New Lafayette Theater, BAM Style, BAM & Africa, Chicago General, Chicago Blackstone Rangers, Chicago Gangs, Chicago Music, Chicago OBAC, Opportunity Knocks, Chicago Panthers/ Protest, Chicago Riots, Chicago South Side Community Center, BAM Watts LA. Also has a photo log for episodes 5 and 6.

Box 02 - Contains photocopied images, used as still research, for episodes 5-6 related to black women writers and the Black Arts Movement. Includes 80s General, Gay Pride, Women Collectives, Maya Angelou, Toni Cade Bambara, Rita Dove, Mari Evans, Jessica Hagadorn, Erika Jong, June Jordan, Audre Lorde, Toni Morrison, Ntozake Shange, Steven Spielberg, Gloria Steinem, Alice Walker, Margaret Walker, Amiri Baraka, Gwendolyn Brooks, Harper & Row, Oscar Brown, Jr., Ed Bullins, Sterling Brown, Stanley Crouch, Margaret Danner, Nikki Giovanni, Ron Karenga, Woodie King, John Killens, Etheridge Knight, Naomi Madgett,Haki Madhubuti, Malcolm X, Larry Neal, Dudley Randal, Sonia Sanchez, Ishmael Reed, Askia Toure, Douglas T. Ward, August Wilson, Val Gray Ward, Art Blakely, Betty Carter, Ornethe Coleman, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Abbey Lincoln, Gil Scott-Heron, Charles Mingus, Sun Ra, Max Roach, Archie Shepp, Horace Silver, Nina Simone, Tony Williams. Also has stills used, in story order, with licensing agreements for episodes 5-6.

Box 03 - Contains photographs and photocopies, both used and not used, in episodes 1, 4, 5, and 6. Includes photos not used in episodes 1 and images related to Paul Robeson, Augusta Savage, black youth creating art, ballet, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Bill T. Jones, Blauvelt Mountain, Bill & Arnie, Arnie Zane, Secret Pastures, Rotary Action, Forsythia, Animal Trilogy, Freedom of Information, Intuitive Momentum, Lotus Eater, UTC/ Last Supper, Valley Cottage, Still Here, Everybody Works, Last Night on Earth, Achilles Loved Patroclus, Alvin Ailey, Garth Fagan, Virginia Johnson, Arthur Mitchell, Dianne McIntyre, Eleo Romare, Cleo Robinson, Rod Rodgers, Millennium, Spoken Word, Jessica Care Ward, Saul Williams, Visual Arts, Misc., and relevant headlines.

Series 4: I'll Make Me a World [Photos]Add to your cart.

Photos may be found in record "I'll make me a world [stills research]" (4588, Box 03)

This material is being processed. Please contact the Film & Media Archive for more information by calling 314-935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu.

Series 5: I'll Make Me a World [Production Files]Add to your cart.
Contains the files of individuals involved in the creation of "I'll Make Me a World" such as Betty Ciccarelli, co-producer, editor, and writer, Paul Massari, associate producer, Katy Mostoller, associate producer, David Carnochan, editor, Denise Greene, director producer, and writer, Tanayi Seabrook, [research associate?], and Sarah Wolozin, associate producer, Wesley Jones, archivist, and Sam Pollard, director and writer. Includes general research, photo research, and various materials related to the production and the development of the series.
Sub-Series 5.1: I'll Make Me a World [Production Files: Episodes 1-2], Box 1-10Add to your cart.

Contains the files of Betty Ciccarelli, co-producer, editor, and writer (episode 2), and Paul Massari, associate producer for episode 1 "Lift Every Voice" and episode 2 "Without Fear or Shame" of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes mostly articles, excerpts, images, correspondence, and other research materials related to the topics and figures covered in episodes 1-2. Also has documentation related to production such as releases, scripts, fact check books, etc.

Box 01 - Contains Betty Ciccarelli's files. Includes: Hour One final script, Hour Two EDL [edit decision list], Stock footage/cut docs and Dorothy West notes, Final music Hour One, Final music Hour Two, Final music EDLs [edit decision list] hour one and two, music, Voices to do and narration pickups, Voices hours 1 & 2, Voices Hour 1, Narration script Hour 2, Narration script Hour 1, Hour two pix & script lock, Tease, Interview questions, Hour 1 screening and post screening, Hour 2 screening and post screening, "Williams and Walker" by Vincent Smith, Kid Ory interview transcript 4/20/57, Rough cut hour one, Rough cut hour two, Notes on restructure Hour One, Notes on restructure Hour Two, Still File export Hour 1, Slop stills logs, Archival logs 911, Assembly screening Show 2 & 3, Fine cut Hour One, Hour Two various fine cuts, Hour One various fine cuts, Fine cut file.

Box 02 - Contains Paul Massari's files. Consists mostly of articles related to African American culture, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, black theater, Eubie Blake, blues, Will Marion Cook, cinema, Baby Dodds, Jonny Dodds, W.E.B. Du Bois, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and Marcus Garvey

Box 03 - Contains Paul Massari's files. Includes articles from the 1920s about black writers, artists, and musicians. Many articles copied from the black publications "Opportunity" and "The Crisis." Also has articles related to the Harlem Renaissance and Harlem culture of the 1920s. Of particular note are articles on Zora Neale Hurston and reviews of her work, including "Their Eyes Were Watching God."

Box 04 - Contains Paul Massari's files. Includes articles about jazz, Scott Joplin, early black film, Oscar Micheaux, Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver, and other musicians.

Box 05 - Contains Paul Massari's photo research files. Includes photocopied images related to Oscar Micheauex, blues singers, Harlem, and Zora Neale Hurston. Also has photocopied images of Colored Theaters, Black Swan Records, Perry Bradford, Ida Cox, Shelton Brooks, W.C. Handy, Lucille Hegamin, Alberta Hunter, Ads, posters, Harry Pace, Pace & Handy ads, Ma Rainy, record labels, sharecropping, slavery/plantation, Bessie Smith, Jailhouse blues, Clara Smith, Mamie Smith, Ethel Waters, Clarence Williams, Masks&sculptures, Josephine Baker, Richmond Barthe, Eubie Blake, Noble Sissle, Arna Bontemps, Cab Calloway, Georges Carpentier, Clef Club, Ads: Colored Players, The Cotton Club, Miguel Covarrubias, Aaron Douglas, Countee Cullen, W.E.B. DuBois, Duke Ellington, James Reese Europe & 369th Reg William Grant, Harlem street scenes, Harlem Theater, Henry Ossawa, Tanner, Jean Toomer, Van Der Zee, Carl van Vechten, Vanity Fair, Fats Waller, Ms. A'Lelia, Hale Woodruff, Fredi Washington, James Lesesne, WWI, Barnard College, Jessie Fauset, Fire, Rudolph Fisher, Meta Warwick, Marcus Garvey, Charles Gilpin, Green Pastures, Harlem Renaissance, Palmer Hayden, Ernest Hemingway, Fletcher Henderson, Langston Hughes, Aaron Douglas, Charles Johnson, James Weldon, Malvin Gray, Claude McKay, William Johnson, Lois Marylou Jones, Lafayette Players, Florence Mills, The New Yorker, Vogue, Misc., Archibald Motley, Nightclub scenes, Horace Pippin, poster KPLNT, Philip Randolph, Paul Robeson, George Schuyler Augusta Savage Shuffle Along.

Box 06 - Contains Paul Massari's photo research files. Includes photocopied images related to Williams and Walker, and jazz. Also contains some source information. Bandana Land, Black Patti & Troubadors, Brainerd's Ragtime Collections, Fanny Brice, Cakewalk drawings, Eddie Cantor, Cole & Johnson sheet music, Green River, Bob Cole & J.R. Johnson, Will Marion Cook, "Any Old Place in Yankeeland is Good Enough for Me", Frederick Douglass, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, W.C. Fields, Edward VII, On Your Way Nigger, Barney Fagan, Fisk Jubilee Singers Ernest Hogan, The Frogs, In Dahomey, Al Jolson, Big Brown Boo Loo Eyes, London c. 1900, Minstrel Images, Misc. early black theater 19th C. choral groups, Racist Images of Black People, Will Rogers, "Roustabout Rag" Paul Sarebresole, Sophie Tucker, Vaudeville, George & Ada Overton Walker, Booker Washington, Bert Williams, Williams & Walker, Ole Virginny, Algiers Masonic Hall, Louis Armstrong, Artisian Hall, Basin Street, Bix Biederbecke, Sidney Becket, Bienville St., Big 25, Brass Bands, Buddy Bolden Band, Chicago: Negro Areas, Cooperator's Hall, Facilities segregation, Colored Waif's Home, Conti St. Parlour houses, Dansante, Dodds Bros., Dixie Park, Home of Johnny & Baby Dodds, Site of Eagle Saloon, Etoile Polaire, Economy Hall, Franklin St., Invitation to Atlantic City performances, French Opera House, Funky Butt Hall, Emma Johnson's studio, It Took a Wild, Wild Woman to Make a Tame Man Out of Me, Hattie Johnson's Whorehouse, Jones home, Manuel Manetta, Lulu White's Mahogany Hall, Freddie Keppard, Lakefront Camps, Fate Marables "Capitol" Orchestra, Metarie, Jelly Roll Morton, New Orleans Rythm Kings, General N. O. stills, King Oliver, Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Kid Ory, Perdido & Liberty St., Manuel Perez Orchestra, Perseverance Hall, Buddie Petit's New Orleans Jazz Band, Preservation Hall, Record labels, Theodore Roosevelt, Royal Garden, Luis Russell's Orchestra, Jazz scenes of Paris, Second Line Parades, Spasm Bands, Segregated facilities, Spanish American War, St. Louis World's Fair 1904, Storyville, Tulane gym, Paul Whiteman & Orchestra.

Box 07 - Contains Paul Massari's files. Includes correspondence, gathered for research, to/from Arna Bontemps, Elmer Carter, Will Marion Cook, Countee Cullen, Aaron Dougas, W.E.B Dubois, Jessie Fauset, Paul Gillaume, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Harold Jackman, Charles Johnson, James Weldon Joshson, Thomas Jones, Alain Locke, Charlotte Mason, Claude McKay, Oscar Meyer, Paul Robeson, George Schuyler, Wallace Thurman, Jean Toomer, Carl Van Vechten, Eric Walrond, Walter White, Also has some Massari correspondence between January 1993 - January 1999. Includes permissions requests for images, interview requests, narrator requests, lower 3rds lists, photo releases, and material releases.

Box 08 - Contains Paul Massari's files. Includes sheet music for: In Dahomey, Ain't cha coming back Mary Anne to Maryland, Bandanna Days, Gee I wish I had someone to rock me in the cradle of love, If you've meber been vamped by a brownskin then you've never been vamped at all, I'm craving for that kind of love, I'm just wild about Harry, In Honeysuckle Time, Low Down Blues, Mammy's Lit'l Choc'late Cullud Chile, Serenade Blues, Shuffle Along, Two Hearts in tune, Big Indian Chief, The Conjure Man, Darkies' Delights, Don't wear your heart on your sleeve, I don't want to be no actor man no mo, Leave it to Bill, The Maiden with the dreamy eyes, May-be, Mexico, Moonshine, Sambo and Dinah, Save it for me, Sounds of the Times, That certain party, Under the Bamboo Tree, Castles' Half &Half, Castle House Rag, The Castle Walk, The Coon Band parade, Goodnight, Angeline, I've Got the Finest Man, My Heart Goes Thumpong & Bumping For You, On Patrol in No Man's Land, On the Gay Luneta, A Royal Coon, Since You Called Me Dearie, Zola: Jungle Song. Also has additional research materials as well as interviewee biographies, outlines, treatments, lists, itineraries, and notes.

Box 09 - Contains Paul Massari's research files. Includes articles related to Kid Ory, Horace Pippin, Race Records, ragtime, Ma Rainey. Bessie Smith, Johnny St. Cyr, George Schuyler, visual arts, Black Women and music, Dusky Maidens, World War I, and Williams and Walker. Also has primary source articles on the arts and the Harlem Renaissance.

Box 10 - Contains Paul Massari's fact check book, scripts with verifying reference, for episodes 1-2. Also has fact check book for episodes 3-6.

Sub-Series 5.2: I'll Make Me a World [Production Files: Episodes 3-4], Box 1-7Add to your cart.

Contains the files of Katy Mostoller, associate producer for episode 3 "Bright Like a Sun" and episode 4 "The Dream Keepers" of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes largely research materials.

Box 01 - Contains Katy Mostoller's "Primary document notebooks" for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes articles related to Augusta Savage; Paul Robeson; Dizzy Gillespie and Bebop music, including material on General Jazz, Swing, Swing Dixie v. Bop, Critics, Europe, California, Economics, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Anti-Bebop, Earl Hines, Charlie Parker, Sarah Vaughn, and Mary Lou Williams.

Box 02 - Contains Katy Mostoller's "Primary document notebooks" for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes writings by James Baldwin; articles related to Baldwin; articles about Lorraine Hansberry and her play, "A Raisin in the Sun"; Dance, including American Negro Ballet, Janet Collins, Katherine Dunham, Ballets Russes, New York Negro Ballet, New York City Ballet, Arthur Mitchell, New Negro Art Theatre dance group.

Box 03 - Contains Katy Mostoller's files for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes rights information for feature films and music; interview and pre-interview correspondence; miscellaneous correspondence and articles related to interviewees, including Maya Angelou; Lloyd Brown; Ray Brown; Delores Browne Abelson; Jeff Donaldson; Herbert Gentry Riva Helfond; Joseph Johnson; Virginia Johnson; Jacob Lawrence; Gwendolyn Knigh; Arthur Mitchell; Paul Robeson, Jr.; Carmencita Romero; Helen Rosen; Raven Wilkinson; Lucien Happersberger; Gidske Anderson; David Leeming. Also contains research materials from various archives and museums, including the BBC; BundesArchive; CBC; National Film and TV Archive; Progres; Reuters; Theatre Museum; Abamedia; Krasnogorsk; ABC News; Arcive Films; CBS News; Chicago Historical Society; FBI; French Path; Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center UT Austin; Abby Luby & Marilyn Elie; McDonald & Assoc.; Museum of TV & Radio; Moorland-Springarn Research Center Howard University; Nara, Harmon Foundation; National Portrait Gallery; NBC News Archive; Northern Lights; Peabody-Essex Museum; Producers Library Service; Schomburg; Southwest Film/Video Archives; Third World Newsreels; UCLA; All American News; Black Journal; National African American Museum and Cultural Center; International Association of Blacks in Dance; Amon Carter Museum. Also has Xerox copies of photos of James Baldwin by Steve Shapiro and photos of Paul Robeson by Julius Lazarus.

Box 04 - Contains Katy Mostoller's files for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me A World." Includes articles and biographies concerning people, organizations and issues examined in episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Individuals include Paul Robeson; Augusta Savage; Mary Brady; Dizzy Gillespie; Charlie Parker; Jeff Robinson; Mahalia Jackson; Richard Wright; James Baldwin; Janet Collins; Langston Hughes; Rose McClendon; Clarence Muse; James Earl Jones. Organizations include ARTnews magazine; National Association of Women Artists; American Negro Ballet; Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; New York Negro Ballet; Karamu House. Subjects examined include Bebop music; World War II; Expatriate Americans in Europe; African-American Dance; and African-American Theatre.

Box 05 - Contains Katy Mostoller's photo research files for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Subjects include Augusta Savage; Jacob Lawrence; William H. Johnson; Harlem Artists; Harmon Foundation; WPA; Federal Arts Project; World's Fair, 1939; Harlem in the 1930's; Bebop music; Cab Calloway; Billy Eckstein; Duke Ellington; Dizzy Gillespie; Woody Herman; Charlie Parker; Harlem nightclubs; 52nd Street nightclubs; The Beats; WWII.

Box 06 - Contains Katy Mostoller's archival research files for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Contains, brief, general information on subjects and individuals including : James Baldwin; WWII; Civil Rights Movement; Nat King Cole; Sammy Davis Jr.; Lorraine Hansberry; Ruby Dee; Sidney Poitier; Langston Hughes; Otto Preminger; Carmen Jones; Porgy & Bess; Raisin in the Sun; Black Dance; Alvin Ailey; George Balanchine; Janet Collins; Jacques d'Amboise; Katherine Dunham; Martha Graham; New York City Ballet; Arthur Mitchell; Pearl Primus; Ballet Russe; New York Negro Ballet; Bebop Music; Billy Eckstine; Duke Ellington; Tommy Dorsey; Jimmy Dorsey; Louis Armstrong; Count Basie; Cab Calloway; Dizzy Gillespie; Goodman, Woody Herman; Billie Holliday; Louis Jordan; Mahalia Jackson; Lux Lewis; Artie Shaw; Fats Waller; Blues, Jazz; Paul Robeson; Augusta Savage; Jacob Lawrence; Harmon Foundation; WPA; Museums & Art; New York World's Fair. Also includes transcripts.

Box 07 - Contains Katy Mostoller's research notebooks for episodes 3 and 4 of "I'll Make Me a World." Contains "Dance Photo Research Notebook," "James Baldwin Photo Research Notebook" and "Schomburg Center Photo Research Notebook." "Dance Photo Research Notebook" contains material on: Alvin Ailey; George Balanchine; Janet Collins; Jacques d'Amboise; Katherine Dunham; Martha Graham; New York City Ballet; Arthur Mitchell; Pearl Primus; Ballet Russe; New York Negro Ballet; School of American Ballet; Delores Brown; Marion Cuyjet; Raven Wilkinson; Ballet Russe; Dance history; The Metropolitan Ballet. "James Baldwin Photo Research Notebook" contains material on: Richard Wright; Harlem in the 1950's; Paris; Civil Rights Movement; Blues for Mr. Charlie. "Schomburg Center Photo Research Notebook" contains material on: Louis Armstrong; James Baldwin; Amiri Baraka; Richmond Barthe; Romare Beardon; Eubie Blake; Gwendolyn Brooks; John Coltrane; Miles Davis; Roy DeCarava; Aaron Douglas; Duke Ellington; Aretha Franklin; Nikki Giovanni; Lorraine Hansberry; Chester Himes; Langston Hughes; Zora Neale Hurston; Woodie King; Jacob Lawrence; Oscar Micheaux; Florence Mills; Arthur Mitchell; Toni Morrison; Ismael Read; Sonia Sanchez; Barbara Teer; Melvin Van Peebles; Margaret Walker; Fredi Washingto ; Bert Williams. Also includes an "I'll Make Me a World" research list with material on: Paul Robeson; Augusta Savage; Bebop Music; Dance; Lorraine Hansberry; James Baldwin in Paris.

For episodes 3-4 fact check book, scripts with verifying references, see 4572, Box 10.

Sub-Series 5.3: I'll Make Me a World [Production Files: Episodes 5-6], Box 1-14Add to your cart.

Contains the files of David Carnochan, editor, Denise Greene, director, producer, and writer, Tanayi Seabrook, [research associate?], and Sarah Wolozin, associate producer, for episode 5 "Not a Rhyme Time" and episode 6 "The Freedom You Will Take" of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes largely articles, excerpts, images, correspondence, and other research materials related to the topics and figures covered in episodes 5-6.

Box 01 - Contains David Carnochan's files. Includes research on Gwendolyn Brooks, Black Arts Movement, Romare Bearden, Alice Walker, Bill T. Jones, Black women writers, Spike Lee, and hip hop. Also has original treatment for hour three "The Mavericks" (working title), first assembly scripts and screening notes for hours 1-4, "old scripts," Hour five full scripts and narration), Hour six full scripts and narration, Music Rena's notes, Misc. lists: Interviews, stock footage needs, stock footage categories, artists initials, Hour five and six: final cut notes, time code printout, final fix notes. Also has notes from Bill T. Jones and Pamm R. Jackson. Also has internal Blackside emails regarding suggestions about editing.

Box 02 - Contains David Carnochan's files. Includes photocopies of images (photos, book covers, posters, artwork) related to Gwendolyn Brooks, Black Arts Movement, and other topics covered in episodes 5-6. Also has transcripts for Benny Andrews, Amini Baraka, Amiri Baraka, Lerone Bennett, Camille Billops, Gwendolyn Brooks, Oscar Brown, Cheryl Bruce, Robert Brustein, Mary Campbell, Cara Moore, Elizabeth Catlett, Sean Curran, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Julie Dash, Herbert Gentry, Gerald Early, Barry Gaither, Brenda Gottschild, Nat Hentoff, Virginia Johnson, Bill T. Jones, Kellie Jones, Woodie King, Maxine Kingston, Hilton Kramer, Spike Lee, Spike Lee, Haki Madhubuti, Kerry James Marshall, Ron Milner, John Pierson, Howardena Pindell, Ismael Reed, Charlene Regester, Faith Ringgold, Sonia Sanchez, Gloria Steinem, Clyde Taylor, Maria Tucker, Melvin Van Peebles, Alice Walker, Kara Walker, John Edgar Wideman, Saul Williams, August Wilson, George Wolfe, Gene Young.

Box 03 - Contains Denise Greene's research files. Includes research materials related to Black woman writers, Lerone Bennett, Ed Bullins, Stanley Crouch, Jeff Donaldson, Barry Gaither, Woody King, Douglas Turner Ward, Melvin Van Peebles, Larry Neal, Lorenzo Thomas, Cornel West, Glenn Ligon, Lorna Simpson, Black studies, spoken word, Carolyn Rodgers, Black Arts Movement, Spike Lee, Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," Alvin Ailey, and Gwendolyn Brooks letter to H&R.

Box 04 - Contains Denise Greene's research files. Includes articles on black artists and black art spanning from the 1930s to 1990s, exhibition catalogues, and photo CDs with logs. Also has general correspondence, footage requests, and materials requests.

Box 05 - Contains Denise Greene's research files. Includes correspondence, Night three shoots, scripts, series one-pager, visuals - non-interview shooting, Hour 5&6 scripts and treatments, Hour 6 articles and research materials related to Kasi Lemmons, New Black Aestheitc (NBA), Saul Williams, Savion Glover, Spike Lee ("She's Gotta Have It"), Bill T. Jones, Great Black Music, King of Rock (Run DMC), Boogie Down productions (BDP), KRS-one, Gangsta Rap, Female Rappers, Motown, Amiri Baraka.

Box 06 - Contains Denise Greene's research files. Includes Mary Schmidt Campbell's thesis on Romare Bearden, "A Graphic Odyssey " - Romare Bearden, Bearden story - CATS, 1970s VA protest, The Decade Show exhibition catalogue, Benny Andrews, Harlem on My Mind (HOMM), New Dance Voice (dance in the 80s and 90s), Dudley Randall, Gwendolyn Brooks poems, Sonia Sanchez, June Jordan, Public Enemy, Rap stats, Greg Tate, Hudlins (Reggie and Warrington), Charles Burnett, Marlon Riggs, Julie Dash.

Box 07 - Contains Denise Greene's research files. Includes research material related to Gwendolyn Brooks (published interviews, essays/notes, letters between Brooks and Harpers), Black Arts Repertory Theater (BART), Oscar Browne, Jr., Nikki Giovanni, Haki Madhubuti, Gene Young, Black Emergency Cultural Coalition (BECC) letters, Shange/For Colored Girls, Alice Walker, The Color Purple, Gloria Steinem, Black Women Writers timeline and notes, Toni Morrison, Zora Neale Hurston, Steven Spielberg, rap, EPMD rap artists, 90s art, Kellie Jones, Carrie Mae Weems, "The Art Gallery: Black, White, and Gray."

Box 08 - Contains Tanayi Seabrook files related to Blackside's "school" (pre-production educational sessions for producers in which experts on relevant subject matters, including scholars and actual participants in the events related to the series, were brought in to speak during a 3-day workshop). Includes correspondence, travel information, and other materials related to the panelists, general attendees, "no shows," and general invitees (complete list of names available upon request). Also has research materials related to music, theater, Anna Devere Smith, Roy DeCarava, film, June Cross, Manthia Diawara, Salem Mekuria, Robert Patton-Spruill, James Baldwin, comedians, Dance (Alvin Ailey, Dance Theater of Harlem, Arthur Mitchell, V. Johnson, Garth Fagan, Gregory Hines), literature, John Edgar Wideman, Jazz ( AACM, Betty Carter, Regina carter, Cyrus Chestnut, Ron Carter, O. Coleman, Steve Coleman, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Dorothy Donegan, Rachelle Ferrell, Kevin Eubanks).

Box 09 - Contains Tanayi Seabrook files. Includes research materials related to jazz (Sonny Fortune, Rachelle Ferrell, Roy Hargrove, Lena Horne, Javon Jackson, Rodney Kendrick, Abbey Lincoln, Melba Liston, Christian McBride, Leon Parker, Joshua Redman, Diane Reeves, Max Roach, Nina Simone, Randy Weston, Cassandra Wilson), Tommy Davidson, Chris Thomas, Talley Beatty, Black Arts Movement, National Black Theater, Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones), Gwendolyn Brooks, Etheridge Knight, Jayne Cortez, Stanley Crouch, Henry Dumas, Nikki Giovanni, Haki Madhubuti, Clarence Major, Ismael Reed, Sonia Sanchez, Barbara Ann Teer and files related to "school" (pre-production educational sessions for producers in which experts on the relevant subject matters, including scholars and actual participants in the events related to the series, were brought in to speak during a 3-day workshop) such as biographies, travel, contact database, library searches. Also has other production related files such as memos, daily assignments, pre-interviews, night 3 stories.

Box 10 - Contains Tanayi Seabrook research files. Includes research materials related to Barbara Chase-Riboud, Betya Saar, John Biggers, Adrian Piper, Motown, The Supremes, Steve Wonder, Stax/Atlantic - soul, Atlantic, Soul Music, Funk, James Brown, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Black women writers bibliography, black women writers, Toni Cade Bambara, Rita Dove, Gayl Jones, Toni Morrison, Gloria Naylor, Sonia Sanchez, Ntozake Shange, A.J. Verdelle, Alice Walker, Hip Hop history, chronologies, anthologies - Black poetry, Nikki Giovanni, June Jordan, Larry Neal, Amiri Baraka, Amiri Baraka's "America's War on Poverty" interview transcript, Alice Walker, Abbey Lincoln, Christian McBride, bibliography, interview questions. Also has Village Jazz Festival brochure, Jazz nightlife guide, and promotional material on Pamela Williams and Nicholas Payton. Also has artist participation letters and thank you notes"

Box 11 - Contains Sarah Wolozin's files. Includes fact check books (scripts paired with verifying references) for episodes 5 and 6, Harper's Publishing file, Broadside Press file, and photo sources for episodes 5 and 6.

Box 12 - Contains Sarah Wolozin's research files. Includes research materials related to Romare Beardon, Jean Michel-Basquiat, Camille Billops, Viviane Browne, Dana Chandler, Ellen Gallagher, David Hammons, Barkley Hendricks, Richard Hunt, Kellie Jones, Howardena Pindell, Martin Puryear, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Faith Ringgold, Betye Saar, Gary Simmons, MarciaTucker, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, Women Collectives, Ishmael Reed, Julie Dash, Spike Lee, "Do the Right Thing," "Jungle Fever," "School Daze," Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," John Singleton, Melvin Van Peebles, hip hop, graffiti, De La Soul, Rakim, Salt n' Pepa, Spoken Word - Tracie Morris, Paul Beatty, Pamela Sneed, Jessica Care Moore, Carl Hancock Rux, Sekou Sundiata, Underground Voices, and thesis on the Black Arts Movement author unknown.

Box 13 - Contains Sarah Wolozin's research file. Includes research materials, gathered from various archives, libraries, and museums, related to the Black Arts Movement.

Box 14 - Contains Sarah Wolozin's visual art and artist research files. Includes research materials related to Charles Burnett, Spiral, "Harlem on My Mind"/metropolitan Museum, Romare Bearden, visual arts protest 1970s, Whitney protests, Colin Chase, "Dislocations", Kerry James Marshall, artist biographies, art galleries, Lyle Ashton Harris, Adrian Piper, 93 Bien, Bob Blackburn, "Dislocations" - MOMA, Vivian Browne, Elizabeth Catlett, Cinque Gallery, Ernie Crichlow, Mel Edwards, Reginald Gammon, David Hammons, Camille Billops, Lorna Simpson, Judith Wilson, George Wolfe, Faith Ringgold, Alison Saar, and other material related to visual art and artists.

Sub-Series 5.4: I'll Make Me a World [Production Files: Various Episodes], Box 1-4Add to your cart.

Contains the files of Wesley Jones, archivist, and Sam Pollard, director and writer (episode 2) for episodes 1, "Lift Every Voice" and episode 2, "Without Fear of Shame" of "I'll Make Me a World." Includes stock footage research, reports, logs, transcripts, research, and other production materials.

Box 01 - Contains Wesley Jones' files. Includes camera reports, sound reports, production reports, tape logs, and stock footage research from networks (CBS/NBC/BBC).

Box 02 - Contains Wesley Jones' files. Includes stock footage inquiries, lists, and receipts from CBS, Anne Craig, Dick Clark Productions, ABC, etc. Also has some interview transcripts for episodes 5-6.

Box 03 - Contains Wesley Jones' files. Includes stock footage research materials, gathered from various archives, libraries, and museums.

Box 04 - Contains Sam Pollards files. Includes articles and book excerpts related to Race Records, Black Swan Label, Harlem Renaissance, Claude McKay, Oscar Micheaux, George Johnson, new Black Cinema, Clef Club, "A Life in Europe" by Reid Badger, Maulana Ron Karenga, Ma Rainet & The Classic Blues Singers, Louis Armstrong, Zora Neale Hurston, Kenny Clark, John Coltrane, black dance, Janet Collins, Sidney Bechet, black literature, production notes, treatment drafts, articles, photocopy of book on Mahalia Jackson, meetings, lists of interviewees, issue of Dance/USA Journal, "I'll Make Me a World" one page summary, "school" (pre-production educational sessions for producers in which experts on relevant subject matters, including scholars and actual participants in the events related to the series, were brought in to speak during a 3-day workshop) participants and series advisors, outreach proposal, materials related to the series' development, including an annotated proposal, correspondence with potential advisors and internal memorandums.

Series 6: I'll Make Me a World [Cue Sheets], Box 1Add to your cart.
Box 01 - Includes cue sheets for each episode. Cue sheets are used to tell exactly when and for how long music should be placed in the film.
Series 7: I'll Make Me a World [Transcripts, Scripts, Outlines], Box 1-2, c1997-1998 (Created)Add to your cart.

Contains scripts, interview transcripts and outlines for individual episodes and for the entire series of "I'll Make Me a World."

Box 01 - Contains interview transcripts for episode 1 "Left Every Voice" and episode 2 "Without Fear or Shame" of "I'll Make Me a World." Interviewees include: Chris Albertson, Amiri Bakara, Campbell, Elizabeth Catlett, Julie Dash, Gerald Early, Edmund B. Gaither, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Wynn Handman, James Vernon Hatch, Nat Hentoff, Bruce Boyd Raeburn, Quincy Jones, June Jordan, Woodie King, Jr, Maxine Hong Kingston, Lawrence Knight, Celia Lee, Haki Madhubuti, Wynton Marsalis, Jessica Care-Moore, Nicholas Payton, Charlene Regester, Lloyd Richards, Sonia Sanchez, Gunther Schuller, Billy Taylor, Gloria Steinem, Koko Taylor, Melvin Van Peebles, Alice Walker, Ben Vereen, Kara Walker, Cheryl Wall, Cornel West, Dorothy West, Raven Wilkinson, John Edgar Wideman, Saul Williams, August Wilson, George Wolfe. Also has outlines, summaries and treatments for the entire "I'll Make Me A World" series and for individual episodes. Some outlines are written by Thulani Davis, and a speech is included by Ms. Davis on "The Artist and Society," given as the keynote address of the Art 21 Conference held by the National Endowment of the Arts, April 14, 1994.

Box 02 - Contains interview transcripts for episode 3 "Bright Like a Sun" and episode 4 "The Dream Keepers" of "I'll Make Me a World" Interviewees include: Chris Albertson, Amiri Baraka, Lerone Bennett, Gwendolyn Brooks, Lloyd Brown, Oscar Brown, Delores Browne, Robert Brustein, Elizabeth Catlett, Gerald Early, Edmund B. Gaither, Herbert Gentry, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Wynn Handman, Uta Hagen, Riva Helfond, Nat Hentoff, Joseph Johnson, Virginia Johnson, Bill T. Jones, Quincy Jones, Woody King Jr., Maxine Hong Kingston, Jacob Lawrence, Haki Madhubuti, Wynton Marsalis, Diane McIntyre, Marian McPartland, Ron Milner, Arthur Mitchell, Nicholas Payton, Lloyd Richards, Ishmael Reed, Faith Ringgold, Helen Rosen, Tony Russo ; Sonia Sanchez, Billy Taylor, Melvin Van Peebles, Ben Vereen, John Edgar Wideman, Cornel West, Raven Wilkinson, August Wilson. Also has pre-interview transcripts for episode 5 "Not a Rhyme Time" and episode 6 "The Freedom You Will Take" of "I'll Make Me a World." Interviewees include: Nora Blakeley, Fab Five Freddy, Julie Dash, Guy Davis, Gregory Hines, John Holyfield, Haki Madhubuti, Bill T. Jones, Woodie King, Jr., Clarence Major, Dianne McIntyre, Frank Morrison, Faith Ringgold, Suzi Lori Parks, Dudley Randall, Sonia Sanchez, Gloria Steinem, Quincy Troupe, Francis Ward, Carrie Mae Weems.

Also includes interview transcripts for Benny Andrews (2/6/98), Amina Baraka (10/20/97), Amiri Baraka (10/20/97), Lerone Bennett (12/30/97), Camille Billops (1/20/98), Gwendolyn Brooks (12/29/97), Oscar Brown (12/23/97), Cheryl Bruce, Mary Schmidt Campbell, Sean Curran (12/04/97), Julie Dash, Herbert Gentry (pp.19-32), Nat Hentoff (pp.27-33), Bill T. Jones (11/06/97), Kellie Jones (3/09/98), Haki Madhubuti (10/08/97), Kerry James Marshall, Ron Milner, Howardena Pindell (10/15/97), Ishmael Reed (12/97), Charlene Regester, Faith Ringgold (10/24/97), Sonia Shanchez (10/22/97), Gloria Steinem (11/07/97), Clyde Taylor (1/20/98) and Alice Walker (12/19/97).