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Friday, June 1, 2007

Image Identifications

1.Langston Hughes as a baby 1902
2.Hughes with step-father Homer Clark, mother Carrie Clark, step-brother Gwen and unidentified woman
3.Hughes as a teenager in high school
4.Hughes photographed by Nicholas Murray, 1923
5.Harlem, publication 1928
6.Hughes as a student at Lincoln University, 1920s
7.Hughes with his mother during 1929 graduation from Lincoln Univ.
8.Schomburg Center chief Howard Dodson and former curator Jean Blackwell Hutston pour libation honoring Langston Hughes, 1991. Hughes' cremains are interred beneath the African cosmogram, which ws created by Afro American artist Houston Conwill.
9.Book cover of the Weary Blues,1926
10.Hughes and Wallace Thurman in Carmel, Ca., 1930s
11.Jessie Fauset, Hughes, and Zora Neale Hurston; Hughes and Hurston during their southern adventure
12.Hughes photographed by friend James L. Allen
13.(l to r )Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Rudolph Fisher, and Hubert Delany.
14.black Cuban Nicolás Guillén and Langston Hughes, 1949
15.bookcover of Not Without Laughter
16.Arna Bontemps and Hughes
17.Ralph Ellison, Langston Hughes, and James Baldwin
18.Hughes and Maya Angelou
19.Hughes autographed photo for friend James Weldon Johnson
20.Langston Hughes with friends on board Europa-Bremen+en route to Soviet Union.Seated front right is Dorothy West
21.The Scottsboro Boys during their incarceration
22.Random photo of Afro American soldiers; during his stay in Carmel, an all Afro American military camp was opened. Hughes was interested in knowing who was gay in this camp
23.Screenshot from film Looking for Langston with Matthew Biadoo as "Beauty"(left)and Ben Ellison as Langston Hughes (right)
24.Screenshot from short film Salvation with Lou Beatty Jr. as Uncle Reed and Gary LeRoi Gray as Langston Hughes
25.Mary Sampson Patterson Leary Langston, grandmother of Langston Hughes
26.James Hughes, father of Langston
27. Ferdinand Smith
28.Hughes and Gwendolyn Brooks
29.Jean Blackwell Hutson and Langston Hughes pictured at the Schomburg Collection with Pietro Calvi's bust of Ira Aldridge as Othello, 1948. Photograph courtesy of Arthur Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
30.Image by James Van Der Zee of Harlem, 1927