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Art and Artifacts
- Tommy Traveler - Negro History Comic Strip by Tom Feelings, 1959
Accession number: EP.X.009
Comic Strip, 7.5 x 11, Photo-stat
- Untitled Drawings by Tom Feelings, n.d.
Accession number: DR.X.030.1-X.030.8
Sizes range from 10 1/2 x 14 - 11 1/2 x 14 1/2; Various Mediums (Pen & ink, Charcoal, Charcoal & wash)
- Bedstuy - From book "Black is the Color," 1973
Accession number: DR.X.069
11 x 17; Pen, ink, mixed media
Call number: Sc +H 12-1
- And Still We Survive by Tom Feelings, 1997
Accession number: PR.97.003
13 x 19"; lithograph
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Artist files by
Call Number: Sc Artist file
Primary sources and miscellaneous material complied by Art & Artifacts. Artist files for Tom Feelings in the collection.
Manuscripts Archives and Rare Book
- Tom Feelings papers: Closed until processed (contact MARB for more information)
Photographs and Prints
Julian Mayfield photograph collection by
Call Number: Sc Photo Julian Mayfield Collection
The Julian Mayfield Photograph Collection depicts some aspects of his personal life and his professional career as a writer, actor and political aide, from the period of the late 1920s to the 1970s. The collection consists of individual and group portraits, snapshots and candid shots of Mayfield; his first wife, Ana Livia Cordero; his second wife, Joan Cambridge; his children, parents and other family members; family friends; various children; and friends and colleagues in politics, writing and acting. Also included are some motion picture, theater and publicity stills; some views of trips to foreign countries; assorted social gatherings and views of weddings; and a series of images depicting social conditions in Guyana.
Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference
Black Pilgrimage by
Call Number: Sc B-Feelings (Feelings, T. Black pilgrimage)
Publication Date: 1972
"A black artist describes his life, from his birthplace in Brooklyn to his adopted home, Ghana, and how various experiences helped him develop new aspects of his talent."
Call Number: Sc F 81-220
Publication Date: 1981
"Depicts the world of daydreamers."
Middle Passage by
Call Number: Sc +G 96-33
Publication Date: 1995-11-01
Alex Haley's Roots awakened many Americans to the cruelty of slavery. The Middle Passage focuses attention on the torturous journey which brought slaves from Africa to the Americas, allowing readers to bear witness to the sufferings of an entire people.
Something on My Mind by
Call Number: Sc F 78-226
Publication Date: 1978
"Poems expressing the hopes, fears, joys, and sorrows of growing up."
Soul Looks Back in Wonder by
Call Number: Sc +F 94-151 and Sc +F 94-349
Publication Date: 1993-11-01
After completing the stunning art for Soul Looks Back In Wonder, Tom Feelings approached stellar authors Maya Angelou, Margaret Walker, Walter Dean Myers, Lucille Clifton, among others. They wrote these inspired poems to pass on the heritage of strength, beauty, and creativity to today's African Americans--especially young people. Full color. 1994 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Book.
Moving Image and Recorded Sound
Culture keepers. Part 3 [sound recording] : enlightening and empowering our communities : the BCALA First National Conference of African American Librarians, held in Columbus, Ohio, September 3-6, 1992. by
Call Number: Sc Audio C-707 Library has: no. 12-no. 17b.
Publication Date: Recorded in Columbus, Ohio on September 3-6, 1992.
Authors' roundtable / Deborah M. Newton Chocolate, Robert Christman, Tom Feelings, Eloise Greenfield, Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard, Walter Dean Myers, Jessie Carney Smith and Elenora Tate -- no. 17a and 17b. Closing session / Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin, Marilyn Miller, Robert Wedgeworth, Randall Robinson.
Head and Heart: Tom Feelings [motion picture] by
Call Number: Sc Visual VRA-224
Publication Date: 1977
"Tom Feelings, notable Afro-American illustrator, describes his childhood, artistic training, travels, his work as an illustrator, and love for Black people in this profile of the artist."