Tupac Amaru Shakur collection, 1969-2008


Repository: Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Inc.
Title: Tupac Amaru Shakur collection
Dates: 1969-2008
Quantity: 11.5 Linear feet
Identification: 0000.0000.0000.0025
Language:

Biographical timeline and note

1971 June 16 Born in New York City, New York to Afeni Shakur-Davis
1983 At age 12, joined Harlem's 127th Street Repertory Ensemble and appeared as Travis Younger in "A Rasin in the Sun"
1986 The Shakur Family moved to Baltimore, Maryland, and Shakur enrolled in the Baltimore School for the Arts
1988 The Shakur Family moved to Marin City, California, to live with the family of imprisoned Black Panther Geronimo Pratt
1989 Shakur met teacher and music promoter Leila Steinberg and enrolled in her poetry class
1990 Signed with manager Atron Gregory as a member of the hip hop group Digital Underground
1991 Appeared in the movie Nothing But Trouble as himself
1991 Released his first studio album, 2pacalypse Now
1992 Appeared in the movie Juice as the character Bishop
1993 Guest starred on the television series A Different World along with childhood friend Jada Pinket Smith
1993 Co-starred in the movie Poetic Justice as the character Lucky, with Janet Jackson
1993 Released his second studio album, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z
1994 Starred in the movie Above the Rim as "Birdie"
1994 Shot five times and robbed in the lobby of a New York City recording studio
1994 Released the album Thug Life: Volume 1 with his rap group Thug Life
1995 Sentenced to the Clinton Correctional Facility for sexual abuse
1995 Released his third studio album, Me Against The World
1996 Released from prison
1996 Released his fourth and final studio album, All Eyez on Me
1996 Co-starred in the movie Bullet with Mickey Rourke
1996 Sept 7 Shot four times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada
1996 Sept 13 Died of respiratory failure and cardiac arrest at the University Medical Center
1996 The album Don Killuminati: The Seven Day Theory released
1997 The movie Gridlock’d released
1997 The movie Gang Related released. The film was Tupac's last movie performance.
1997 The album R U Still Down released
1997 Afeni Shakur-Davis founded the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation (TASF) to bring quality arts training to young people
1998 The album 2Pac Greatest Hits released by Death Row Records
1999 A compilation of poems, The Rose that Grew from Concrete published
1999 The album Still I Rise, recorded by Tupac Amaru Shakur and his rap group the Outlawz, released
2001 The album Until The End of Time released
2002 The album Better Dayz released
2003 The compilation album Nu-Mixx Klazzics released by Death Row Records
2003 A documentary about Shakur's life and death, Tupac: Resurrection, released
2004 The compilation album 2Pac Live released
2004 The album Loyal to the Game released
2005 The compilation album The Rose, Volume 2 released
2005 The compilation album Tupac: Live at the House of Blues released by Death Row Records
2006 The album Pac’s Life released
2007 The compilation album Beginnings: The Lost Tapes 1988-1991 released
2007 The compilation album Nu-Mixx Klazzics Volume 2 released
2007 The compilation album Best of 2Pac Part 1: Thug released
2007 The compilation album Best of 2Pac Part 2: Life released
2010 June 23 Inducted into the Library of Congress’s National Registry for his hit song "Dear Mama"

Tupac Amaru Shakur (b. 1971 -d. 1996) was a famous rapper, poet, songwriter, activist, screenwriter, record producer, and actor. He was born in New York City on June 16, 1971, and moved to Baltimore, Maryland in the early 1980s, where he attended the Baltimore School for the Arts. There he studied theatre, ballet, and music and became good friends with actress, Jada Pinkett Smith. As a youth, Shakur was a quiet, avid reader who kept a diary and wrote poetry. One of his first roles as an actor was as Travis in the play A Raisin in the Son, at the age of 12.

Shakur's upbringing was greatly influenced by several political activists and Black Panther Party members. His mother, Afeni Shakur-Davis, was a high-ranking member of the Black Panther Party and one of the defendants in the Panther 21 case where she served as her own defense attorney. Mutulu Shakur, Tupac’s mentor and stepfather who helped raised him, was also a member of the Black Panther Party. His godfather Geronimo Pratt, another Black Panther Party member, was released from prison in 1997, after serving twenty-seven years for allegedly murdering a school teacher. Evidence was found that suggested he was not involved in the murder.

In 1988, Shakur, his mother and his sister, Sekyiwa Shakur, relocated to Marin City, California. Three years later, he was introduced to an up and coming rap group, Digital Underground. He became one of Digital Underground’s dancers and went on to perform with them on their hit song, “Same Song”. Subsequently, Shakur released his first album 2Pacalypse Now, which was the beginning of a controversial and successful career.

Shakur's fame and legacy have endured with his fans throughout the world due to his controversial, and often paradoxical music lyrics about women, politics, religion, sex, race, drugs, crime, gang activity, and ghetto life, as well as his feud with former friend and rapper, Christopher Wallace, a.k.a, the “Notorious B.I.G.” Shakur's family established the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation (TASF), headquartered in Stone Mountain, Georgia at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation to honor and document the career and life of Tupac Shakur (www.tasf.org).


Scope and contents

The Tupac Amaru Shakur Collection spans the dates 1969-2008, with the bulk of the material dated between 1994-1996 and 2001-2008. The Collection contains manuscripts of song lyrics, poems, track lists and video treatments; manuscripts by Shakur family members and members of the rap groups Dramacydal and the Outlawz; memorabilia; correspondence to and from Tupac Amaru Shakur, including fan mail; media clippings and publicity materials; organizational documents from Shakur’s production companiy Euphanasia; documents related to Shakur’s incarceration at Clinton Correctional Facility; legal documents; and photographs.


Arrangement

The Collection is arranged into nine series: 1. Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur; 2. Writings by others; 3. Correspondence; 4. Media and publicity; 5. Clinton Correctional Facility records; 6. Euphanasia organizational records; 7. Legal records; 8. Photographs; 9. Memorabilia.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to consult the Tupac Amaru Shakur Collection does not automatically include permission to publish from the Collection. Permission to reproduce images, publish or quote from materials must first be obtained from Amaru Entertainment, Inc. Requests shall be addressed to Amaru Entertainment, Inc., c/o Rick Barlowe,14724 Ventura Blvd., Penthouse, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; Email: awacorp@aol.com; (818) 717-1100.


Related Material

Oversize materials, photographs and artifacts have been separated to appropriate housing.


Subjects and Indexing Terms

African American actors
African American motion picture actors and actresses
African American poets
Amaru Entertainment, Inc.
Atlanta (Ga.).
Beale, Mutah
Clinton Correctional Facility. (Dannemora, NY)
Contracts--United States.
Correspondence
Cox, Katari, 1976-
Dannemora (N.Y.)
Death Row Records.
Dramacydal
E.D.I. Mean
Euphanasia.
Fan mail--United States.
Fan mail.
Fula, Yafeu
Grammy Awards.
Greenidge, Malcolm
Hip-hop
Hip-hop--United States
Interscope Records.
Kadafi
Kastro (Musician)
Lesane, Jamala
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Manuscripts
Motion picture actors and actresses--United States
Music
Musicians
Napoleon
Newspaper clippings
Outlawz (Musical group).
Photographs
Poetry
Poets, American
Rap (Music)
Rap musicians
Scrapbooks
Screenplays
Shakur, Afeni
Shakur, Sekyiwa
Thug Life (Musical group).
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.
Tupac Shakur Center for the Arts.
Tupac, resurrection (Motion picture)

Administrative Information

Preferred citation

Cite as: Tupac Amaru Shakur Collection. Archives Research Center. Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur 1989-1996 4.0 Linear feet
Arrangement
The series is arranged into seven subseries: 1. Notebooks; 2. Track Lists; 3. Song Lyrics; 4. Scrapbook; 5. Amaru Entertainment; 6. Video treatments; 6. Notes, fragments and other materials. The items in each subseries are arranged alphabetically except the Scrapbook subseries. The writings in the Scrapbook subseries are arranged by their original order within a Scrapbook that was created by the Shakur family, and also contains materials listed in the Memorabilia series.
Scope and Contents
The series contains notebooks, song lyrics, track lists, and video treatments written by Tupac Amaru Shakur; the material ranges from 1989 to 1996. Much of the writings are handwritten either in notebooks, on loose paper, or on the back of other documents and small sheets of paper. There are many draft copies and multiple versions of both published and unpublished song lyrics, track lists, and album titles. There are also song lyrics, a few letters to Shakur, and other materials within the notebooks that have been written by others. Of particular interest, there is the draft copy of “Poetic Works of Tupac Shakur: Book #1 of Poems,” which contains over fifty handwritten poems that were published in his book of poetry The Rose that Grew from Concrete. Also included within this series are additional writings by Shakur that are located in a scrapbook created by the Shakur family. The scrapbook includes correspondence; a handwritten track list of Makeveli "the Don" of the Outlawz "Killuminati: The 3 Day Theory;" handwritten song lyrics to “How Do You Want It” and "Thugz Mansion;" printed song lyrics of “Dear Mama,” “Hellrazor,” “Lord Knows” and a draft printed copy of "R U Still Down."
Notebooks 1990-1996
Scope and Contents
The subseries is comprised of twenty-three notebooks that contain handwritten drafts of song lyrics, track lists, video concepts, screenplays, and notes (1990-1996). Some notebooks contain titles on the front covers and other markings. In addition, there are drawings and other writings that may or may not have been done by Shakur.
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
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" 2Pac," R U Still Down handwritten track list, draft of video, commercial and song lyrics undated
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" 2Pacalypse Now," handwritten song lyrics, poem, notes, and 2Pacalypse Now track list circa 1990
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" Benefits of Poverty," handwritten track lists, notes, " 4 The Kids" song lyrics, other song lyrics, and new album ideas and B side options undated
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" Ghetto Gospel #3," handwritten song lyrics for " Nothing But Love" verses 1 & 3, " Troublesome: 2Pacalypse II," other song lyrics and track lists and notes undated
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" My Mother Fuckin Money Makers," handwritten Troublesome 21 track list, poems, correspondence, " Ready 4 Whatever," marketing plan drawings, and " Holla If You Hear Me" song lyrics in Sekyiwa Shakur's hand 1992 July 19
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" NOBLE NSN Jerse...Out Law," handwritten drafts of song lyrics undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by "Young Noble."
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" Tales of a 90's Nigga," handwritten song lyrics, 2Pacalypse Now album and video treatments circa 1991
Processing Information
This notebook was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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Untitled notebook, handwritten " 2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" video treatment, " Brothas In Armz" lyrics, Gridlock soundtrack and notes undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten Troublesome 21 track lists, 2Pacalypse song lyrics and notes undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten " Dramacydal " song lyrics, Me Against the World track list, notes, other track lists, drawings, " Blinded" song lyrics, and other song lyrics undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Katari Cox (PKA Kastro) and Mutah Beale (PKA Napoleon).
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Untitled notebook, handwritten list of music artists, One Nation track list, song lyrics, notes, Makaveli Killuminati track list, The Outlawz track list, and video concept for " 2 Live & Die in LA" undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Bruce Washington, Mutah Beale (PKA Napoleon), and Rufus Cooper (PKA NOBLE).
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Untitled notebook, handwritten Makaveli Killuminati track list, list of album titles, All Eyes on Me track list, " If Heaven Got A Ghetto" song lyrics and notes circa 1995-1996
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Untitled notebook, handwritten Makaveli Killuminati track list and unidentified track list undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, Out Law Immortalz and The Outlawz track list undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten notes and track list undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, Troublesome track list undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten Nothing 2 Lose track list, " Thugz Get Lonely Too" song lyrics, notes, Mr. Middle Finga track list and other song lyrics undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten Out on Bail track list, notes, " B 4 U Bust" song lyrics, other song lyrics and letter undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Katari Cox (PKA Kastro).
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Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, song lyrics, letter, drawings, track lists and video treatment for Stay True, Me Against the World, Fragile and Thug Life undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Mutah Beale (PKA Napoleon), Yafeu Fula (PKA Kadafi), Gloria Cox, and Malcolm Greenidge (PKA E.D.I. Mean).
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Untitled notebook, handwritten song lyrics, drawings, notes and " Winter Time Cold" song lyrics undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten song lyrics, Strugglin track list, Point the Finga track list undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten song lyrics, track lists, notes and calculations undated
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Untitled notebook, handwritten " Tonight Let's Box " song lyrics, " Troublesome 21" song lyrics, " Thug Life" song lyrics and other song lyrics undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Yafeu Fula (PKA Kadafi) and Katari Cox (PKA Kastro).
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Untitled notebook, handwritten track list, notes, song lyrics, Relentless album, notes, Mercy Street, and two envelopes circa 1995
Processing Information
This notebook may have been used by Shakur while he was in the Clinton Correctional Facility (1995).
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" Yo Mama," handwritten song lyrics, notes, poem, " Hell Raiser" song lyrics, Strictly Representin' track list, drawings and calculations undated
Track lists 1991-1996
Scope and Contents
The subseries consists of drafts of track lists, including preliminary album titles such as All Eyez on Me and Makaveli Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory (1991-1996). Many of the track lists were used for produced albums, but the song choices were often changed or varied from list to list. There are also multiple drafts of track lists demonstrating that songs were added, removed or assigned to a different album title. There are many versions of the album titles for Dramacydal, Euthanasia, Makaveli Killuminati: The 3 Day Theory, Out Law Immortalz: Thug Life Volume II and Troublesome: Tha Secretz of War. There are also a few examples of preliminary album titles that Shakur was working on before selecting the final album title.
Arrangement
The subseries is arragned alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
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2Pacalypse Now, handwritten dedication circa 1991
Processing Information
This dedication was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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All Eyez On Me, handwritten producer credits and notes undated
Processing Information
This dedication was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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All Eyez On Me, photocopy of handwritten track list undated
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All New Heat, handwritten notes undated
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Black Fire, handwritten producer credits undated
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"Creditz", handwritten manuscript undated
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"Dramacydal Dramacyde," handwritten list of members of Dramacydal and producer credits undated
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Euthanasia, handwritten manuscript of various versions for album titles, producer credits and notes circa 1995-1996
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F.T.W. and Me Against the World, handwritten "thug" and profanity-free versions undated
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F.T.W., handwritten manuscript with multiple titles for the acronym, explicit version and producer credits undated
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Ghetto Stars, handwritten manuscript undated
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Hitz, handwritten manuscript undated
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Kindred Spiritz, handwritten soundtrack score and artists list undated
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Life Goes On, handwritten manuscript of sides 1-4 and producer credits undated
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"Live Concert", handwritten set list and notes undated
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" Loved by Few Hated by Many Feared by All," handwritten lyrics for "The Outlawz featuring 2Pac" undated
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Makaveli Killuminati: The 3 Day Theory, handwritten dedications undated
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Makaveli Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, handwritten notes and dedications undated
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Man'z World, handwritten soundtrack and artists undated
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Me Against the World, handwritten manuscript undated
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My Show, handwritten set list undated
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New Shit, handwritten manuscript undated
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Only Time Will Tell, handwritten manuscript undated
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Out Law Immortalz, handwritten manuscript undated
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Out Law Immortalz Thug Life Volume II, handwritten manuscript with producer credits undated
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Out Law Immortalz Thug Life Volume II, photocopy of handwritten manuscript with producer credits undated
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Out Lawz, handwritten manuscript undated
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Out Lawz, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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Out Law Immortalz, handwritten notes and names of members undated
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The Pleasure of $in, for Dramacydal, handwritten manuscript of "producer creditz, executive produced by Tupac Shakur," with envelope undated
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R U Still Down, handwritten manuscript for "album IV and producer creditz" undated
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Scared Man Can't Win, handwritten manuscript of "introduction, side I and II" undated
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Supreme Euthanasia, handwritten manuscript with producer credits circa 1994
Processing Information
This track list was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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Troublesome "Tha Secretz of War", handwritten manuscript undated
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Untitled track list, handwritten manuscript on Le Montrose letterhead undated
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Untitled track list, handwritten manuscript on The Peninsula Beverly Hills letterhead undated
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Untitled track list, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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Untitled track list, handwritten manuscript Clinton Correctional Facility envelope circa 1994
Processing Information
This track list was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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Untitled track list, handwritten notes on The Peninsula Beverly Hills letterhead undated
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When I Get Free, handwritten manuscript of "92-96 lost trax" and "producer creditz" circa 1995
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When I Get Free, handwritten manuscript on The Peninsula Beverly Hills letterhead circa 1994
Processing Information
This track list was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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When I Get Free, handwritten manuscript with producer credits undated
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Workout, handwritten manuscript undated
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Youthanasia Amerikaz, handwritten manuscript undated
Scrapbook 1995-1996
Scope and Contents
The family of Tupac Amaru Shakur created this scrapbook that contains song lyrics, some correspondence, and handwritten manuscripts, including track lists (1995-1996). The writings in this Scrapbook subseries were originally contained in the scrapbook which is located in the Memorabilia series (1994-2007).
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged in the order that materials were originally placed in the scrapbook.
" 2 Be Read Aloud At Next Family Meeting," handwritten letter circa 1995
" [Enter the center in the mind of sinner...]" song lyrics, handwritten manuscript undated
Tupac Shakur to Bangsta (L.T.), handwritten letter circa 1995
"Makeveli 'the Don' of the Outlawz 'Killuminati': The 3 Day Theory," handwritten manuscript undated
" [The only way 2 change me is maybe blow my brains out]" song lyrics, handwritten manuscript undated
" [Cuz I love u, Lenny Williamz]" track list, handwritten manuscript undated
" Assessing Battles" notes, handwritten manuscript undated
" Thug Life," note terminating Thug Life, handwritten document 1996 August
Tupac Shakur to Mr. Welsh, handwritten letter 1995 May 1
Processing Information
This letter was written while Shakur was in the Clinton Correctional Facility (1995).
" Thugz Mansion," handwritten manuscript of verse two undated
" [How Do You Want It]," handwritten manuscript of verse two and three undated
" [Thugz Mansion]," handwritten manuscript of verse three undated
" [How Do You Want It]," handwritten manuscript of verse one undated
" [I seen the tearz from a Gangsta'z eyez only once]" handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
" [Fat bastard come out here & get blasted]" song lyrics, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
" Bad Boyz, T. Shakur," Tupac Amaru Shakur verse lyrics, handwritten manuscript undated
" Starry Night: Dedicated in memory of Vincent Van Gough" poem, photocopy of handwritten document undated
" Dear Mama" song lyrics, printed document undated
" R U Still Down" song lyrics, printed document undated
" Hellrazor" song lyrics, printed document undated
" Str8 Ballin" song lyrics, printed document undated
" Lord Knows" song lyrics, printed document undated
" Temptation" song lyrics, printed document undated
" Only Fear of Death" song lyrics, printed document undated
Form letter from Tupac Amaru Shakur, printed letter 1996 May 23
Processing Information
This form letter is from Shakur requesting financial contributions to support a program called "A Place Called Home" (APCH).
Song lyrics 1991-1995
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.
Scope and Contents
The subseries is comprised of handwritten drafts of song lyrics and album titles that were both published and unpublished during his lifetime or published after Shakur's death, such as “California Love” and “Trapped” (1991-1995). There are many drafts of songs, which are untitled and incomplete, while there are other songs containing multiple versions with preliminary titles that were later changed to the final published title, such as “Me Against the World.” There are also some songs that Shakur may have written for other artists.
Box Folder
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"2 Late," handwritten manuscript undated
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"(4 Hammer) Make It Rain On 'Em," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Between Us," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Brenda Got A Baby," scanned copies of handwritten document circa 1991
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"Bury Me A G," handwritten manuscript undated
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"California Love! w/Dre and Roger," handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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"Dear Lord," handwritten manuscript undated
Processing Information
Verses two and three of this song were later recorded as "Hellrazor."
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"Dis Ain't Livin'," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Enemy Mine," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Explicit Lyrics," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Gold Nigga," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Hard 2 Kill," handwritten manuscript of "Verse III" undated
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"I Ain't Dead Yet," handwritten manuscript undated
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"I Wonder If the Lord Will Forgive Me...," handwritten manuscript on verso of letter from Columbia Pictures 1993 July
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"If U Want Me 2 Stay," handwritten manuscript undated
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"It Ain't Easy," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Ma Babiez Mama," handwritten manuscript on verso of letter from Randy Morton ( Four Seasons Resort) circa 1996
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"Make No Mistakes," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Makin' Movez," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Me Against the World," handwritten manuscript of "Verse I" undated
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"Me Against the World," printed document, incomplete undated
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"My World: One Way Street," handwritten manuscript with drawings undated
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"Natural Manchild," handwritten notes undated
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"Nothing 2 Lose," handwritten manuscript of "Verse I," "Verse II," and "Verse III" undated
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["Now my homez is the type 2 never..."], handwritten manuscript on verso of letter from Edean V. Kam ( Four Seasons Resort) undated
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"Outa Control," handwritten manuscript "4 Supreme Euthanasia" 1995 Sept 7
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"Remember Me," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Shell Shock," handwritten manuscript for "Thug Life II" undated
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"The Streetz Got Ya Babie," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Trapped," printed manuscript undated
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Untitled song lyrics, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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Untitled song lyrics, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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Untitled song lyrics, handwritten manuscript, incomplete undated
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"When Nobody Lovez Me," handwritten manuscript undated
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"Where I Been," handwritten manuscript undated
Amaru Entertainment undated
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.
Scope and Contents
This subseries is very small and consists of only five folders. It includes transcribed interviews between Tupac Amaru Shakur and Amaru Entertainment staff member Melissa Maxwell, his videographers Traci & Gobi, and other unidentified people.
Box Folder
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" #2 CD-Tupac with Melissa Maxwell," printed transcript undated
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" #3 CD-Tupac with Melissa Maxwell," printed transcript undated
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" #4 CD-Tupac with Traci & Gobi & ?," printed transcript undated
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" #5 CD-Tupac & unidentified group," printed transcript undated
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" #6 CD-Tupac," printed transcript undated
Video treatments undated
Scope and Contents
The subseries consists of only three folders that contain draft ideas for videos that Shakur was considering and consulting on with other artists. Of particular note, for the video of "Dear Mama," Shakur was conceptualizing the need for strong female figures, represented by women such as his mother, Afeni Shakur-Davis, and Betty Shabazz, the wife of Malcom X.
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
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" Can U Get Away," handwritten manuscript undated
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" Dear Mama," handwritten manuscript undated
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Untitled video treatment, handwritten manuscript undated
Notes, fragments, and other materials undated
Arrangement
This subseries is arranged alphabetically.
Scope and Contents
This is a very small subseries consisting of various types of writings. There are various lists, including a grocery list, an exercise regimen, things to do, and members from his rap group, The Outlawz. Of particular note, The Poetic Works of Tupac Shakur: Book #1 is included as well as other poems, lists and notes.
Box Folder
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" 2Pac," list of members of the Outlawz and Thug Life, handwritten manuscript circa 1994
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" 1999," introduction to an unidentified article, handwritten manuscript undated
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" [All My Life...]," poem, handwritten manuscript 1996
Processing Information
This poem was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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" Dear Mama," sheet music, photocopy of printed document 1995
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" Legal Things to Do," note, handwritten document undated
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"List," grocery list, handwritten document circa 1995
Processing Information
This list was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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"Major," list of exercises, handwritten document undated
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Poetic Works of Tupac Shakur: Book #1 of Poems, handwritten and printed manuscript undated
Processing Information
Some of the poems within this book are either missing from the book but listed on the table of contents, or not in the exact order as indicated within the table of contents.
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" POWAMEKKA Cafe," notes and menu, handwritten manuscript circa 1996
Processing Information
This menu was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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" To Tupac's Angels," poem, printed manuscript undated
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Untitled lists of potential album titles featuring special guests, handwritten manuscript undated
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Untitled list of other artists music, handwritten manuscript undated
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Untitled notes, handwritten manuscript undated
Writings by Others 1989-1996 1.0 Linear feet
Restrictions on Access
Some of the materials in this series are located in Notebooks of Tupac Shakur, and are also listed in the Writings by Shakur series. These materials are identified by a note and use is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Scope and Contents
The series is completely comprised of writings (1989-1996) from Shakur’s family and members of his rap groups, Dramacydal and The Outlawz; there are only a few documents included from Shakur's mother, Afeni Shakur-Davis and his sister, Sekyiwa Shakur. Most of the writings consist of handwritten drafts of song lyrics, track lists, and notes. There are also a few notebooks that were shared by members of Dramacydal and The Outlawz, containing various formats of their individual handwritten works. These items are identified intellectually under each member's name as well as a note identifying the location of that particular work. In addition, each member of Dramacydal and The Outlawz is identified by both his given name and stage name.
Arrangement
The series is arranged alphabetically by author.
Beale, Kamil (PKA Hellrazer)
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1
Notebook, handwritten drafts of lyrics, notes, and drawings undated
Beale, Mutah (PKA Napoleon)
Box Folder
6
2
Handwritten lyrics circa 1996
Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, song lyrics, letter, drawings, track lists for Stay True, Me Against the World, Fragile and Thug Life undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Box Folder
6
5
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, drawings, and other notes circa 1994
Cox, Gloria
Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, song lyrics, letter, drawings, track lists for Stay True, Me Against the World, Fragile and Thug Life undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Cox, Katari (PKA Kastro)
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6
3
Handwritten drafts of video treatment undated
Untitled notebook, handwritten " Tonight Let's Box " song lyrics, " Troublesome 21" song lyrics, " Thug Life" song lyrics and other song lyrics undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Box Folder
6
4
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, draft screenplays, and notes undated
Processing Information
This notebook also contains writings by Malcolm Greenidge (E.D.I. Mean).
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5
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, drawings, and other notes circa 1994
Processing Information
This notebook also includes writings by Mutah Beale (PKA Napoleon), Jamala Lesane, Sekyiwa Shakur, Yafeu Fula (Kadafi).
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6
Notebook, handwritten track list, song lyrics, and draft letter to Tupac 1995
Fula, Yafeu (PKA Kadafie)
Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, song lyrics, letter, drawings, track lists for Stay True, Me Against the World, Fragile and Thug Life undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Untitled notebook, handwritten " Tonight Let's Box " song lyrics, " Troublesome 21" song lyrics, " Thug Life" song lyrics and other song lyrics undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
Box Folder
6
5
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, drawings, and other notes circa 1994
6
7
Handwritten draft of track list undated
6
8
Handwritten drafts of lyrics undated
Greenidge, Malcolm (PKA E.D.I. Mean)
Box Folder
6
9
Handwritten draft of scene notes undated
Untitled notebook, handwritten notes, song lyrics, letter, drawings, track lists for Stay True, Me Against the World, Fragile and Thug Life undated
Restrictions on Access
Access to the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur" is restricted to digital surrogates available in the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.
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6
10
Notebook, handwritten song lyrics, by Dramacydal circa 1995
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11
One Nation, handwritten track list undated
Harding, Maurice (PKA MoPreme)
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6
12
Notebook, handwritten song lyrics " Dont' Get It Twisted, "" Street Fame," " Cradle to the Grave," Thug Life album I track list, notes and other song lyrics undated
Lesane, Jamala
Box Folder
6
13
Handwritten draft of script undated
6
5
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, drawings, and other notes circa 1994
Monjauze, Molly
Box Folder
6
14
"Conquering All Obstacles with Tupac Shakur", photocopy of typed document 1989 November 25
Shakur, Sekyiwa (Set)
Box Folder
6
5
Notebook, handwritten lyrics, drawings, and other notes circa 1994
Shakur-Davis, Afeni
Box Folder
6
15
Handwritten phone messages undated
Washington, Bruce (Hussein Fatal)
Box Folder
6
16
Handwritten draft of song lyrics 1996 August 12
Processing Information
This song is written on the back of a notice to appear in court from the Superior Court of New Jersey.
Unidentified
Box Folder
6
17
Handwritten draft letter undated
Correspondence 1995-2003 3.25 Linear feet
See Also
Correspondence recieved while Shakur was an inmate at Clinton Correctional Facility is arranged in the series Clinton Correctional Facility records.
Arrangement
The series is arranged into three subseries: 1. Tupac Amaru Shakur; 2. Afeni Shakur; 3. Fan mail. The items in each subseries are arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents
The series is comprised of personal and professional correspondence (1994-1996) to Tupac Amaru Shakur; personal correspondence (1988-1997) to Afeni Shakur-Davis; and fan mail (1995-2005). Personal correspondence to Tupac Amaru Shakur includes letters and birthday cards from family members and friends, as well as a few unaddressed letters written by Shakur. Shakur's professional mail consists mainly of speaking requests from various organizations, and fan mail consists of cards, letters and e-mails sent to Shakur, the Tupac Shakur Fan Club, Afeni Shakur-Davis and the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation. Much of the fan mails contains photographs, artwork, poems and song lyrics by fans.
Notable correspondents of Shakur include Stephen Baldwin; Jasmine Guy; Arsenio Hall; Suge Knight; Quincey Jones; Russell Simmons; and Jada Pinkett-Smith. Noteable correspondents of Afeni Shakur-Davis include musical artists Snopp Doggy Dogg and Monie Love, Shakur's wife Keisha Morris, and Darrin Bastfield, who wrote the book Back in the Day: My Life and Times with Tupac Shakur.
Tupac Amaru Shakur 1994-1996, undated
Personal 1994-1996, undated
Processing Information
Letter from Quincy Jones to Tupac Shakur was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
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18-21
Personal correspondence 1994-1996, undated
Box Folder
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Scrapbook of notes of support after sentencing 1995 August 20
Box Folder
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1-4
Professional 1994-1996, undated
Processing Information
Call sheet for the film Gridlock was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
Afeni Shakur 1988-1997
Box Folder
7
5
Personal 1988-1997
7
6
Sympathy cards and letters recieved after shooting and death 1996 September-December
Fan mail 1995-2003
Scope and contents
The subseries is comprised of letters, cards, notes and artwork sent to Tupac Amaru Shakur, Afeni Shakur-Davis, or the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation from fans (1996-2003). The fan mail is general well wishes; letters regarding specific albums, song or film roles; queries about the Tupac Shakur Fan Club; letters of support sent during Shakur's incarceration; sympathy cards and letters written to Shakur or Afeni Shakur-Davis after his shooting and death; and letters of interest regarding the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.
Arrangement
The subseries is arranged chronologically into three sub-subseries: 1. Fan mail; 2. Sympathy letters and cards; 3. Fan mail received after death. The correspondence in each sub-subseries is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the sender. If no last name was included, the item was alphabetized under the first name.
Box Folder
8
7
9
1-14
7-10
1-7
Fan mail 1995-1996
9
10
11
8-13
1-17
1
Sympathy letters and cards 1996 September-December
11
12
2-12
1-13
Fan mail received after death 2001-2003
Media and publicity 1969-2006 5.0 Linear feet
Scope and contents
The series is comprised of media clippings and promotional materials related to the life and career of Tupac Amaru Shakur. There is a small amount of materials related to the albums Me Against the World and All Eyez on Me; the film Tupac: Resurrection; and the books The Rose that Grew from Concrete and Tupac Shakur Legacy. There is also a small amount of newspaper and magazine clippings related to the life of his mother Afeni Shakur-Davis. The bulk of the material is orginal and photocopied magazine and newspaper clippings from two agencies, Burrelle's Information Services and Gorgeous PR.
Arrangement
The series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
13
OS 1
1
2
Afeni Shakur-Davis, newsclippings circa 1969-2005
Processing Information
Two of these articles, "To the People" and "Revolutionary Poetry," were reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
13
2
Me Against the World, promotional flyer circa 1995
13
3
A Place Called Home, newsclippings 1996 January
All Eyez on Me 1996
Box Folder
13
4
BRE magazine cover 1996 February 16
Box Folder
OS 1
3
Stickers circa 1996
Box Folder
13
5
Rap Sheet 1996 March
Box Folder
OS 1
4
URB Magazine 1996 July
OS 1
5
"Stakes Is High," Vibe 1996 September
OS 1
6
"Did Drug Money Fund Death Row Records?," LA Weekly 1997 February 7-13
Box Folder
13
6-9
"2Pac Greatest Hits: The 'SET UP'," Universal College Street Team, publicity scrapbook 1998 November
13
10
The Rose that Grew from Concrete, newsclippings 1999 November
13
11
"Thug Passion," Source 1999 November
13
12
F.E.D.S. magazine 1999
13
13
Aaron McGruder, newsclippings 2001 April-2002 February
Box Folder
15
14
1-6
1-9
Burrelle's Information Services newsclippings 2001 October-2002 March
Tupac: Resurrection 2003
Box Folder
15
7
Sundance Film Festival postcards 2003 January
15
8
Sundance Film Festival press coverage 2003 January-February
Box Folder
OS 1
7
"Tupac tells own story," Variety 2003 November 6
OS 1
8
Review, Variety [2 copies] 2003 November 7
Box Folder
16
1
Review, The Hollywood Reporter 2003 November 7-9
Box Folder
OS 2
1
Advertisement, Los Angeles Times 2003 November 9
OS 2
2
"'Resurrection' finds its voice in Shakur's words," review, Los Angeles Times 2003 November 10
Box Folder
16
2-3
Reviews compiled by Paramount Pictures 2003 November 11-14
Box Folder
OS 1
9
Showtime listing, Access Atlanta 2003 November 13-23
Box Folder
OS 2
3
"A life of conflict as told by Tupac," review, Los Angeles Times 2003 November 14
Box Folder
16
4
Film and album promotional credits, flyer, postcards and lobby cards 2003
16
5
Sekyiwa Shakur, wedding notice, Jet 2003 September 1
16
6
"The Mother of All 'Pac Issues," XXL 2003 October
Box Folder
OS 2
4
"Life After Death," Los Angeles Times 2003 November 16
OS 2
5
"From Thug to Icon" and "My Saintly Son Tupac," The Times 2004 September 8
Box Folder
16
7-8
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, newsclippings 2005 May-June
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21
23
22
16
17
18
19
1-11
1-12
1-5
1-12
9-10
1-10
1-9
1-11
Gorgeous PR newsclippings 2005 November-2008 January
Box Folder
OS 2
6
"The Arts," The New York Times 2005 February 28
Box Folder
23
6
Ebony, full issue 2006 April
Tupac Shakur Legacy circa 2006
Box Folder
OS 1
10
Galleys of book jacket and scanned documents circa 2006
Box Folder
23
7-8
Photocopies of scanned documents circa 2006
23
9
Pac's Life, Interscope Records, DVD 2006
Clinton Correctional Facility records 1995 0.75 Linear feet
Arrangement
The series is arranged chronologically and has one subseries: 1. Grievances. The items within the subseries are also arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents
This series contains documents related to the time that Tupac Amaru Shakur was imprisoned in the Clinton Correctional Facility (1995). The bulk of the materials are letters and forms consisting of complaints, appeals, and judgments that Shakur filed regarding grievances against security officers and other inmates. There is also a small amount of fan mail offering support and encouragement as well as photos and poetry. Also included are receipts of purchases that Shakur made; money that friends and family sent him; additional correspondencs from close friends and celebrities; inventories of his clothing; and a request to take the GED. Notable correspondents include actors Tony Danza and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
See Also
For documents related to the sentancing of Shakur, see also the Legal records series. For photographs from fans, see also Photographs series.
Box Folder
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1
Inmate Fund Account, mail money receipts 1995 January
24
2
Inmate Fund Account, visitors cash receipt 1995 January
24
3
Inmate Visitor Schedule, calendar 1995 January
Grievances 1995
Box Folder
24
4
Notice of Right to Due Process Hearing, photocopy 1995 January 4
24
5
Tupac Shakur's recollection of the events, photocopy 1995 January 24
24
6
Inmate Misbehavior Reports, yellow duplicate copy 1995 April-August
24
7
Violation Hearing Disposition Rendered, copy of the penalty imposed 1995 April 8
24
8
Interview Consent Form 1995 June 5
24
9
Appeal of Tier III Disciplinary Disposition, letter 1995 June 29
24
10
Superintendent Hearing, Disposition Rendered, copy of the decision 1995 July
24
11
Appeal form to Commissioner Superintendent's Hearing, forms 1995 July
Processing Information
The attached pages for appeal grounds and statement of facts are not included.
24
12
Superintendent's and Disciplinary Hearings - witness interview, form 1995 July 10
24
13
Administrative Appeal of Tier III Disciplinary Disposition, letter 1995 July 12
24
14
Inmate Complaint, form 1995 July 18
24
15
Interdepartmental Memorandum, time cut, letter 1995 July 24
24
16
Interdepartmental Memorandum, staff complaint, typed letter 1995 August 3
24
17
Witness Incident Statements, photocopy of letters 1995 August 7
24
18
To Superintendent, handwritten letter 1995 August 30
24
19
Review of Superintendent's Hearing, typed letters 1995 September 5
24
20
Interdepartmental Communication, confinement review, form 1995 September 7
24
21
Correspondence, from Administrative Staff at Clinton 1995 January-May
24
22
Correspondence, fan mail received while at Clinton 1995 January-September
24
23
Inmate Fund Account, cash receipt 1995 January 4
24
24
Nutritional diet prescription request 1995 January 17
24
25
Correspondence, letters received while at Clinton 1995 February-June
24
26
Consultation request, form 1995 April 4
24
27
Customer Mailing Document, clothing purchase from the Gap by Keisha Morris 1995 April 20
24
28
Inmate Fund Account, Disbursement or Refund Request, purchased photos and oil fragrance 1995 May-September
24
29
Inmate Fund Account, receipt for purchase of food 1995 May 22
24
30
Interdepartmental Communication, GED Test, memo 1995 July 10
24
31
Inmate Financial Statement, printout 1995 August-September
24
32
Interdepartmental Memorandum, telephone call from Rev. Al Sharpton 1995 August 25
24
33
Interdepartmental Communication, telephone messages 1995 March-October
24
34
Arts and Crafts sale, purchase of two drawings 1995 September 7
24
35
Group Counseling, form 1995 September 11
24
36
Correspondence, draft of letter written at Clinton 1995 September 25
24
37
Clothing Inventory, release clothes 1995 October 12
24
38
Bellevue Hospital Prison Ward, inmate clothing inventory photocopy undated
24
39
Correspondence, drafts of letters written at Clinton undated
24
40
Note undated
24
41
Phone home list changes undated
Euphanasia organizational records 1993-1996 0.5 Linear feet
Arrangement
The series is arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents
This is a small series containing printed material related to Tupac Amaru Shakur's film company, Euphanasia (1993-1996). Included are business cards from community service organizations; a business plan; Shakur’s business cards; and a flyer from the “2Pac Fan Club.” There are also the "2Pac Newsletter" and the "2Pac Family Newsletter." The newsletters contain general information regarding court and tour news, film and television news, and management news. In addition, there is information specifically about Shakur, such as upcoming movie roles, albums, and a special message from Shakur.
Box Folder
24
42
" 2Pac Newsletter," handwritten list of proposed topics 1993 July 25
24
43
2Pac Fan Club, flyer 1996 March 1
24
44
Logo 1996 March 4
24
45
2Pac Fan Club, flyer 1996 July 10
24
46
Memorandum from David Kenner to Yaasmyn and Tupac Shakur, with enclosures budget and expense sheet 1996 July 24
Processing Information
This expense sheet was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
24
47
" The 2Pac Family Newsletter," volume 1 1996 September
24
48
Business cards and contract information undated
24
49
Business plan undated
24
50
Tupac Amaru Shakur business card undated
Processing Information
This business card was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
Legal records 1992-1997 0.08 Linear feet
Arrangement
The series is arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents
The series is comprised of contracts for film and television appearances; a soundtrack; handwritten record contract revisions by Tupac Amaru Shakur; and a copy of Shakur's death certificate (1992-1997).
Box Folder
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51
Juice, contract 1992 February 19
24
52
Poetic Justice, contract 1992 March 20
24
53
A Different World, contract 1993 February 24
24
54
New York City Tow Service, form 1993 June 18
24
55
Above the Rim, contract 1993 September 3
24
56
Correspondence, letters from the Torres family to Judge George Wu, regarding the sentencing of Tupac Shakur 1994 March 24
24
57
Correspondence, from Attorney Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. 1995 September 29
24
58
Gridlock'd, bond letter 1996 May 10
24
59
Gang Related, contract 1996 August 2
24
60
Death Certificate [copy] 1996 October 9
24
61
Contract revisions by Shakur, handwritten circa 1996
24
62
Gridlock'd, soundtrack contract 1997 January 9
Photographs 1995-2003 0.08 Linear feet
Scope and Contents
This small series contains mostly promotional photographs of Tupac Amaru Shakur and photographs from fans (1995-2003). Written on the back of some of the photos from Shakur's fans are their names, the date the photo was taken, and brief messages or notes of admiration.
Arrangement
The series is arranged into two subseries: 1. Photos of Tupac Amaru Shakur and 2. Photos of others. The items in each subseries are arranged alphabetically.
Photographs of Tupac Amaru Shakur
Box Folder
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1
Diane, Tupac, and Telae, color print, 5" x 7" undated
25
2
Digital Underground, color paper image, 8" x 10" undated
25
3
Portrait of Tupac Amaru Shakur, color print, 4" x 6" undated
25
4
Portrait of Tupac Amaru Shakur, black and white print, 8" x 10" undated
25
5
Portrait Tupac Amaru Shakur, annotated with verse two from "Keep Ya Head Up" on back of photo, black and white print, 6" x 8 1/2" undated
Photographs of others
Box Folder
25
6
Booth, Khalil and Maliq undated
25
7
Devereaux, Tricia, autographed photograph undated
25
8
Photographs removed from fan mail 1995-2003
Memorabilia 1994-2007 1.0 Linear feet
Arrangment
The series is arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents
The series consists mostly of printed materials for events that Tupac Amaru Shakur (1994-2007) attended. There are many programs to award shows, including the 23rd Annual American Music Awards and the 77th Annual Academy Awards; event passes to the 38th Grammy Awards, Soul Music Festival and the Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special; and a brochure and bookmark from the Tupac Amaur Shakur Foundation. Also included are business cards, invitations, event admission tickets, and a boarding pass. In addition, there is a scrapbook of materials that includes Shakur’s birth certificate, photographs, letters and manuscripts. Manuscripts by Tupac Shakur found in the scrapbook are listed in the series "Writings by Tupac Amaru Shakur."
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27
"Back to School Daze" handbill circa 1991 September 15
26
28
"In Memory of Our Beloved Kevin Deon Perkins," funeral program 1993 April 19
Box Folder
25
9
Smith, Sherrie, school papers 1994-1996
Processing Information
These papers are school papers sent to Shakur from a fan.
Box Folder
26
29
"In Loving Memory of Eric Wright (Eazy E)," funeral program 1995 April 7
Box Folder
25
10
Ceasar's Palace,"Bowe vs. Holyfield 3" admission ticket 1995 November 4
25
11
" Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special" backstage pass 1995 November 22
Processing Information
Lanyard removed.
25
12-17
Scrapbook 1995-1996
25
18
"Mr. Mackaveli" Beverly Hills Hotel guest message 1996 January 22
25
19
House of Blues, Ben Harper Show, complimentary admission ticket 1996 January 23
25
20
"The 23rd Annual American Music Awards" crew pass 1996 January 29
Processing Information
Lanyard removed.
25
21
"38th Grammy Awards" stage pass 1996 February 28
Processing Information
Lanyard removed.
25
22
All Eyezs On Me, Death Row Records, "3 Million Strong" invitation 1996 March 29
Box Folder
26
1
Saturday Night Special, talent pass 1996 May 4
Processing Information
Lanyard removed.
26
2
"Soul Music Festival" access pass 1996 May 26
26
4
Vehicle registration cards for Tupac Amaru Shakur and Death Row Records 1996
26
5
NAACP, "6th Annual Freedom Fund Gala" [2 copies] 2001 June 30
Box Folder
OS1
11
"2Pac" calendar 2002
Box Folder
26
6
"The Black Arts Movement in the New Millenium: Tupac Shakur as a Literary Agent," Clark Atlanta University 35th Annual Writers' Conference, program 2004 April 5-8
Box Folder
OS 1
12
"Tupac" calendar 2004
Box Folder
26
7
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, brochure [5 copies] circa 2005
Processing Information
This brochure was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
26
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Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, brochure circa 2005
Processing Information
This brochure was reproduced in the book Tupac Shakur Legacy, ML 420.S529 J67 2006.
26
9
77th Annual Academy Awards, Annual Nominees Luncheon, program 2005 February 7
26
10
Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, 23rd Annual Celebration of Academy Awards Documentary Nominees, program [2 copies] 2005 February 23
Processing Information
Tupac: Resurrection, Best Documentary Feature found on inside cover and page 4.
26
3
"Digital Hip Hop Winter Tour: A Tribute to Easy E." all-access pass 1996
26
11
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, 77th Annual Academy Awards, program 2005 February 27
26
12
77th Annual Academy Awards Board of Governors Ball, program 2005 February 27
26
13
H.U.F. Awards, program 2006 June 16
Processing Information
Greeting from Afeni Shakur-Davis found on pages 2 and 17 and Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation advertisement on the last page.
26
14
"Don't Stop the Music," 2nd Annual Gala, program 2007 March 11
Box Folder
OS1
13
"Don't Stop the Music," 2nd Annual Gala, commemorative gold record 2007 March 11
Box Folder
26
15
National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Atlanta Chapter "The Recording Academy Honors," program 2007 April 26
26
16
"Angie Martinez," phone number undated
26
17
"Contemporary Productions Presents Chris Tucker," stage pass undated
26
18
" Fighters Of All Fights" undated
26
19
"Food For All, Shopper Against Hunger," $2 card purchase undated
26
20
Luxor Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas, Nev.), room key undated
Box Folder
OS 2
7
Monthly planner calendar with note from Kidada Jones undated
Box Folder
26
21
"The New Afrikan Panthers, Educate, Organize, Unify" by Marcus Garvey, photocopy with map of Africa undated
26
22
The New Afrikan Panthers, PAN AM, boarding pass undated
26
23
The New Afrikan Panthers, " Raised Fists: The Rarely Told Story of the Black Panther Party," article undated
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24
The New Afrikan Panthers, Tupac Amaru Shakur, business card undated
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SMART Clothes V.I.P., all-access pass undated
26
26
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, "2Pac Legacy.Com," bookmark undated