Belafonte Becomes an Audience

April 1957
Saturday Evening Post;4/20/1957, Vol. 229 Issue 42, p132
Focuses on the interest of the family of photographer Jack Holmes in folk singer Harry Belafonte. Desire of Holmes to introduce his children to the heritage of U.S. folk songs in 1954; Imitation of the folk singer by the photographer's son; Decision of his wife to write an article about Belafonte.


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