2 edition of How to be a motorist found in the catalog.
How to be a motorist
W. Heath Robinson
by Hutchinson in London
|Statement||by H. Robinson and K.R.G Browne.|
|Contributions||Browne, Kenneth Robert Gordon.|
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The Negro Motorist Green-Book, 48 pages. This book provided travelers with information on businesses that serviced African American travelers. The front cover features a black border along the outer edge. The border encompasses nearly all of the cover-page text.
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The Negro motorist Green-book Other Title Green Book Summary An annual guidebook for African-American roadtrippers founded and published by New York City mailman Victor Hugo Green from to From a New York-focused first edition published inGreen expanded the work to cover much of North America.
First published in by Victor H. Green & Company, The Negro Motorist Green Book provided African American travelers with a national guidebook for navigating segregated facilities on US highways, including hotels, restaurants, and gas stations.
The Green Book (later renamed The Negro Travelers’ Green Book) became an essential reference for African Americans to travel more safely and. The Negro Motorist Green-Book: Facsimile Edition (Hardback or Cased Book) See more like this. The Negro Motorist Green-Book Facsimile Edition.
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The Negro Motorist Green Book, popularly known as the Green Book, was a travel guide intended to help African American motorists avoid social obstacles prevalent during the period of racial segregation, commonly referred to as Jim Crow.
The Green Book listed businesses that would accept African American customers. The book was the vision of Victor Green, an African American US postal. The Negro Motorist Green Book was a guidebook for African American travelers that provided a list of hotels, boarding houses, taverns, restaurants, service stations and other establishments throughout the country that served African Americans patrons.
In the Green Book, originally known as The Negro Motorist Green Book, A Classified Motorist and Tourist Guide, included listings covering the United States and Alaska.
In it expanded its listings to Bermuda, Mexico and Canada. In it became known as The Negro Travelers Green Book. Today with listings in South America and theFile Size: 4MB.
The Green Book, in full The Negro Motorist Green Book, The Negro Travelers’ Green Book, or The Travelers’ Green Book, travel guide published (–67) during the segregation era in the United States that identified businesses that would accept African American customers.
Compiled by Victor Hugo Green (–), a black postman who lived in the Harlem section of New York City, the. Addeddate Identifier history_green_book Identifier-ark ark://t4dn7bb3w Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages 1 Ppi.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Victor H. Green (Author) out of 5 stars ratings/5(). The Negro Motorist Green Book was a paperback guide published for black motorists traveling in the United States in an era when they might be denied service or even find themselves threatened in many locations.
The creator of the guide, Harlem resident Victor H. Green, began producing the book in the s as a part-time project, but growing demand for its information made it an enduring business. The Negro Motorist Green Book promised safer travel without embarrassment. In Soul Food Junkies, filmmaker Byron Hurt briefly describes what it used to be like for African Americans to travel in.
The “Green Book”, known variously as the Negro Motorist Green Book and the Negro Travelers’ Green Book, was an annual travel guide published from to by Victor H.
Green. It was intended to provide African American travelers with lodging, dining, and other information necessary to stay safe and comfortable during the era of.
Negro Motorist Green Book (serial) and Kentucky. The Negro Motorist Green Book provided African American travelers with the names and locations of businesses that welcomed their patronage. The book was published by Victor H.
Green, a postal worker in New York. The first edition, incovered metropolitan New York only. motorist definition: 1. a person who drives a car 2. a person who drives a car 3. someone who drives a car or other road. Learn more. InVictor Hugo Green published the first annual volume of The Negro Motorist Green-Book, later renamed The Negro Travelers' Green Book.
This facsimile of the edition brings you all the listings, articles, and advertisements aimed at the Black travelers trying to find their way across a country where they were so rarely /5(). motorist (mō′tər-ĭst) n. One who drives or travels in an automotive vehicle. motorist (ˈməʊtərɪst) n (Automotive Engineering) a driver of a car, esp when considered as a car-owner mo•tor•ist (ˈmoʊ tər ɪst) n.
a person who drives or travels in a privately owned automobile. [–] ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend. The Negro Motorist Green-Book: Collection.
The Green Book. Dates / Origin Date Issued: Publisher: Victor H. Green & Co. Library locations Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference Division Shelf locator: Sc Rare Per-N (Negro motorist green book) Topics Discrimination in public.Victor Hugo Green (November 9, – Octo ) was an American postal employee and travel writer from Harlem, New York City, best known for developing and writing what became known as The Green Book, a travel guide for African Americans in the United States.
During the time the book was published, choices of lodging, restaurants and even gas stations were limited for black people in Born: November 9,Manhattan, New York City.
MLA Format. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library. "The Negro Motorist Green Book: " The New York Public Library Digital Collections