Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Choppy notes on a story of a certain Katie's hair, "color and face," "soul and mind," family, and sobbing in harmony with the sound of the sea.
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers
Notes on a story about a young colored real estate agent, a client he is working for, and the dilemma they both face as a result.
Rather sparse notes on the sequence of events in this mysterious tale involving an emissary, a cinema, and a demon.
Notes on a story of a woman haunted by a great crisis and concerned about her children.
Choppily outlining the sequence of events of a story about a certain Thomas's "sordid outlook" upon the sale of a homestead.
Sparse notes on a story involving a "colored couple" in a restaurant.
Briefly noting the titles of two propsective stories: "The Secret Singer" and "The Black Fox."
Brief notes on a story addressing the (rather different) aftermaths of the murders of a white and colored man, respectively.
Notes on a story of a black girl with "a phenomenal voice" who ends up singing "Aida."
Choppy notes on two different stories, one of an old preacher and his grandson, the other on interactions between a "colored girl and white man."