The following institutions provide information about and materials related to Zora Neale Hurston:
Note: This bibliography does not cover all of Hurston’s literary works. Rather, it provides a listing of the books containing useful historical information about Hurston, as well as some of the historically significant essays she herself produced as a member of the Florida Federal Writers’ Project.
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