Hot From Harlem: Twelve African American Entertainers, 1890-1960
McFarland & Company (series)
by Bill Reed
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- 261 Pages
- Lightly Illustrated With B&W Photos
- Released: January 5, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Publisher: McFarland & Company, Inc.
Description by OLDIES.com:
From the early days of minstrelsy to Black Broadway, this book is the story of African American entertainment as seen through the eyes of its most famous as well as some of its most obscure practitioners. The book forms a chronological arc that moves from the beginning of African American participation in show business up through the present age. Will Marion Cook and Billy McClain are discovered in action at the very dawn of black parity in the entertainment field; six chapters later, the young Sammy Davis Jr. breaks through the invisible ceiling that has kept those before him "in their place." In between, the likes of Valaida Snow, Nora Holt, Billy Strayhorn, Hazel Scott, Dinah Washington, and others are found making contributions to the fight against racism both in and out of "the business."
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