New York: National Urban League, 1933. First Edition. Slim quarto (28cm); original pictorial wrappers; stapled; ,6-28,pp; illus. Wrappers detached but present, edgeworn and a little sunned, with a faint vertical bend at center, a few tiny stains, and some biopredation along lower right edge of rear wrapper; contents clean, complete; Good.
Elusive issue of this sociological and literary journal produced by the National Urban League. Published between 1923-1949, Opportunity was significant for fostering many of the literary and artistic voices of the Harlem Renaissance period, as well as printing academic articles on the various social problems facing African Americans. Contents include "A New Song" by Langston Hughes, "Educational Procedure for an Emergency" by Arthur Huff Fauset, "Black Truth and Black Beauty" by Alain Locke, "Race Relations and Race Pride" by Pearl S. Buck, and contributions by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, Arthur Krock and others. DANKY 4635.