Reclaiming My Time: The Writings of Etta Baldwin Oldham

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Title

Reclaiming My Time: The Writings of Etta Baldwin Oldham

Subject

African American Religion
African American Women
African American Women Writers
Black Writers from Texas
Black Educators from Texas

Description

Reclaiming My Time: The Writings of Etta Baldwin Oldham, is a mini-collection of work by a southern African-American woman, found in the internet public domain. The writer, educator, and children's author was born on September 21, 1888 in Big Spring, Texas. During the 1930's, the author traveled to Panama to do research and write her only novel entitled, "Pedro's Pirate". The writer was married to Charles Oldham and they had one daughter named Babette Oldham. The writer died iin 1975.

Creator

Public Domain

Source

Biographical Information | ART & Theology
https://artandtheology.org/2017/09/11/jis-blue-by-etta-baldwin-oldham/

Publisher

Collection Curated By kYmberly Keeton, Art Librarian, Curator, ART_library deco Online Exhibition Space

Date

Writings : Early 20th Century

Contributor

ART & Theology (Blog) & The Forum Magazine

Rights

Public Domain

Relation

Context:

Featured Poem in Collection:
A poem "Jis Blue" originally published in the July 1927 issue of "The Forum", a magazine published from 1890 to 1950, and is now in the public domain.

Featured Book in Collection:
"Pedro's Pirate is a book of juvenile fiction that was written in Panama during the 1940's.

Format

Text, Illustrations

Language

English

Type

PDF
JPEG

Identifier

Digital Library Catalog Reference Numbers
ASIN: B0007EBFPI | OCLC: 2018481

Coverage

Genealogy History About Writer:
Writer's Birth Name: Henrietta "Etta" Baldwin
20th Century , African American Writer, Big Springs, Texas

Collection Items

Reclaiming My Time: The Writings of Etta Baldwin Oldham
Reclaiming My Time: The Writings of Etta Baldwin Oldham, is a mini-collection of writings found through the internet public domain.

Pedro's Pirate
Book Jacket | "Pedro's Pirate" : fiction for juvenile audiences and written in Panama by Etta Baldwin Oldham.

"Jis'Blue"
Poetry by Etta Baldwin Oldham was published in the southern periodical, "The Forum (defunct magazine)". At its zenith, The Forum was an American magazine founded in 1885 by Isaac Rice. It existed under various names and formats until it ceased…
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