Claude McKay

Claude McKay, author of "Banjoy" and "Home to Harlem," whose new novel, "Banana Bottom," will be published by Harper & Brothers on March 29th, has been living in Spain and Morocco for the last three years. The background of his novel is the island of Jamaica, British West Indies, where Mr. McKay was born
written on verso: To Harold Jackman After a fine year internal [?] - with the same sentiment Claude McKay

Dublin Core

Title

Claude McKay

Subject

African American poets; McKay, Claude, 1890-1948; Sexual minorities

Description

Claude McKay, author of "Banjoy" and "Home to Harlem," whose new novel, "Banana Bottom," will be published by Harper & Brothers on March 29th, has been living in Spain and Morocco for the last three years. The background of his novel is the island of Jamaica, British West Indies, where Mr. McKay was born; written on verso: To Harold Jackman After a fine year internal [?] - with the same sentiment Claude McKay

Creator

Harold Jackman Memorial Committee

Source

Countee Cullen-Harold Jackman memorial collection

Date

undated

Contributor

Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library

Rights

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Format

image/jpeg

Language

eng

Type

Black-and-white photographs

Identifier

auc.034.0026_001
auc.034.0026_002