Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Very brief and somewhat vague notes on the play's theme's color coordinations.
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers
Note in Du Bois's script indicating a set of pages typed or delivered by secretary Jeanette Randolph.
A handwritten early rendering of one of the play's monologues, scripted in Du Bois's pencil. Also contains notes for a speech.
An isolated fragment (page 116) of a draft bearing a summary of "Black Man"'s setting, argument, and dramatis personae.
A series of division and addition operations apparently but not necessarily related to this work for the stage.
A loose fragment of an unidentified, undated story or play starring an Algernon and Pomkey, "a Negro, shamed of nothing, save the Shameful."
A six-page rough outline of the charcters and five scenes of this play or tale/
Scrap papers bearing some rough lines of monologue for this work for the stage.
An isolated fragment (page 41) of an early draft outlining the settings of this work for stage, with some editorial marks.