“One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt”

Langston Hughes. From One-Way Ticket, 1949.

Image of One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt

The poet Langston Hughes is most often associated with the Harlem Renaissance. But Hughes spent time in Chicago as well and portrayed the lives of migrants to the city in this collection.

Image of One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt

Woodcuts by Jacob Lawrence illustrate Hughes’ book.

Image of One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt
Image of One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt
Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title One-Way Ticket,” “Restrictive Covenants,” and “Visitors to the Black Belt
Short Title One-Way Ticket, 1949
Book Title One-Way Ticket
Place of Publication New York
Publisher Knopf
Creator Langston Hughes
Publication Date 1949
Edition 1st ed.
Pages pp. 60-61
Call Number Martin Y 285 .H864
Location General Collections 2nd floor