Interviewing Charlemae Hill Rollins BROADCAST: Nov. 1, 1963 | DURATION: 01:10:04 Digital audio not yet public. Synopsis Rolins in 1963 compiled and published: "The Christmas gif': an anthology of Christmas poems, songs, and stories, written by and about Negroes." Details Broadcast Date Nov. 1, 1963 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 60 min.) : 10 1/2 in. Duration 1 hour, 10 minutes, 4 seconds Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics Literature People Literary personnel Authors, Writers Tags WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Rollins, Charlemae Hill--Interviews Christmas gif' African Americans--Literary collections. American literature--Literary collections. Christmas--Literary collections. Oral interpretation--United States--20th century. African American women authors Radio programs. Audiotapes. Related Programs Discussing the books "Not In My Back Yard: The Handbook" and "Deeper Shades of Green: The Rise of Blue Collar and Minority Environmentalism in America" with their respective authors; Jane Morris and James Schwab Jan. 12, 1995 Interview with Tennessee Williams May. 1, 1981 Donna Blue Lachman discusses her play "The Language of Birds" Oct. 20, 1993 Jamie Gilson discusses her children's book "Harvey the beer can king" May. 22, 1978 Discussing the book "Hocus Pocus" with the author, novelist Kurt Vonnegut Oct. 11, 1990 Mike Royko and Cathy Zmuda discuss "Slats Grobnik and Some Other Friends"