The Green Book: A Historic Travel Guide for Black America, Part I
The Green Book: A Historic Travel Guide for Black American, Part II
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Hall, Michael Ra-Shon. "The Negro Traveler’s Guide to A Jim Crow South: Negotiating Racialized Landscapes During a Dark Period in United States Cultural History, 1936–1967." Postcolonial Studies 17, no.3 (2014): 307-319.
Seiler, Cotten. "So That We as a Race Might Have Something Authentic to Travel By": African American Automobility and Cold-War Liberalism." American Quarterly 58, no.4 (2006): 1091-117.
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Kennedy, Richard A. "Automobility, Hospitality, African American Tourism, and Mapping Victor H. Green's "Negro Motorist Green Book." East Carolina University, 2013.
Monahan, Meagen Kathleen, "The Green Book": A Representation of the Black Middle Class and Its Resistance to Jim Crow through Entrepreneurship and Respectability" (2013).