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National Urban League


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Chicago Chapter, Friends of Amistad Research Center collection

Identifier: 084
Content Description This collection reflects the contributions of members of the Chicago Chapter of the Friends of the Amistad Research Center documenting African American historical, political, and cultural organizations in Chicago and throughout the United States. The collection consists of collected materials including collected speeches, programs, clippings, sheet music, photographs, and other miscellaneous formats. The organization is also documented through materials from the chapter's founding in 1979....
Dates: Other: 1893-2008

Lester B. Granger papers

Identifier: 162
Content Description

The papers of Lester B. Granger, social worker, teacher, and executive director of the National Urban League, contain correspondence, new clippings, writings, programs, and photographs. Several relate to the period following the retirement of Dr. Granger after twenty years as Executive Director of the National Urban League. The collection is comprised primarily of photostatic copies.

Dates: Other: 1959-1972

Marc H. Morial papers addenda

Identifier: 553-1
Scope and Contents The additions to Mr. Morial's papers consist of professional correspondence from the period following his mayoral tenure as the Mayor of New Orleans (1994-2002), when he joined the law firm Adams & Reese, LLP as part of their governmental relations business team. Correspondence for the year 2002 within the files labeled "Reading File," overlaps with his work as the President of the United States Conference of Mayors. The correspondence is professional in nature, but with personal...
Dates: Created: 1976-2018; Other: Majority of material found in 2002-2003; Other: Date acquired: 09/15/2003

Bettye Torrey Oldham papers

Identifier: 278
Content Description

The papers of long-time Amistad supporter and travel agent Bettye Oldham reflect her church and civic activities. Formats include correspondence, newsletters, clippings, photographs, and travel brochures and document Tougaloo College, church and civic activities, the Urban League, Cincinnati Union Baptist Church, the Cincinnati Chapter of Friends of Amistad, and the Ohio Governor's Committee on the Status of Women.

Dates: Other: 1965-1996

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African American educators 1
African American history 1
African American social workers 1
African Americans -- History 1
Americans -- Travel 1