Record ID:
35212085 (Libraries Australia Authorities)
Authority type:
  • Name.
Description conventions:
  • rda
LC number:
  • n 80014956 n 80126105
  • 19020201
  • Joplin (Mo.)
  • 19670522
  • New York (N.Y.)
Associated with:
  • United States
Fields of activity:
  • Poetry Civil rights
  • Social reformers Authors, Black
  • Poets Authors Editors
Used for:
  • Hughes, James Langston, 1902-1967
  • Khʹi︠u︡z, Lengston, 1902-1967
  • Hiyūz, Lānkistūn, 1902-1967
  • Khʹi︠u︡z, L. (Lengston), 1902-1967
  • Huza, L., 1902-1967
  • יוז, לענגסטאן, 1902־1967
  • ヒューズラングストン, 1902-1967
  • Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
  • Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
  • The weary blues, 1926 t.p. (Langston Hughes)
  • Shostakovich, D.D. Ispanskie pesni [SR] 1964? label (Chetyre romansa na slova L. Khʹi︠u︡za) container (Four romances, words by L. Huza [in rom.])
  • Wikipedia, Jan. 9, 2015 (James Mercer Langston Hughes (Feb. 1, 1902, Joplin, Missouri - May 22, 1967, New York City,) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist; he was one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry; Hughes is best known as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance)
  • African American National Biography, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014 (Hughes, Langston; James Langston Hughes; poet; born 01 February 1902 in Joplin, Missouri, United States; in 1921 entered Columbia University; after one year left Columbia and traveled as a dishwasher and cook's assistant on freighters to Africa and Holland and at Le Grand Duc in Paris, later worked as a busboy in Washington, D.C.; graduated from Lincoln University (1929); founded the Harlem Suitcase Theatre (1938), the New Negro Theatre in Los Angeles (1939), and the Skyloft Players in Harlem (1942); edited New Negro Poets USA (1964); wrote an autobiography, The Big Sea; died 22 May 1967 in New York, New York, United States)
Local system number:
  • (AuCNL)188370
  • 000000213133
  • abv00212509
Cataloguing source:
Authentication code:
  • kin