subj24. Holdings related to Travel
Holdings related to Travel
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The collection contains the Diary of Sullivan French Gale and details his trip to Europe in 1880. A brief biography of his life written by his great-granddaughter, Gale Burwell, is also included.
Dates: Other: 1880
Scope and Contents The Inez Adams papers document Adams' career as a sociologist and anthropologist. The collection consists of correspondence, financial documents, field notes, and collected publications, and the collection spans the years 1914 to 1966. The papers have been arranged into seven series, which are arranged as follows: Biographical material, correspondence, faculty appointments, field notes, financial records, writings by Inez Adams, and writings collected by Inez Adams. Items of particular...
Dates: Created: 1914-1966; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1968
Collection — Box 3
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of outgoing and incoming correspondence. Primary correspondents include John Hope, Frank S. Horne, Mary W. Ovington, William Pickens, the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Sr., John J. Tigert, Walter White, Roy Wilkins, and Plummer Bernard Young. The correspondence is chiefly invitations to speak and letters of congratulations to Bethune after being named the recipient of the 21st Joel E. Spingarn Medal. This includes a congratulatory telegram from Herbert Hoover,...
Dates: Created: 1923-1942; Other: Majority of material found in 1927-1936; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1969
Content Description The papers of actress, journalist and educator Dr. Marguerite Cartwright chronicle her personal life, career and academic endeavors. The collection encompasses 165.59 linear feet and provides an in-depth look at African Americans and world affairs, contemporary issues facing the United States in the mid-twentieth century, the anti-colonialism movement following World War II, and the United Nations through her work as an accredited UN correspondent for the Pittsburgh Courier. She was interested...
Scope and Contents In the summer of 1933, Marion Russell and Mary Carver of the Home Mission Board in Boston took a trip by car throughout the eastern and southern United States visiting projects of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and Congregational Christian Churches. This scrapbook and photo journal comprises a rich documentary source of religious and rural life in and around the Appalachian Mountains in 1933. Ephemera and photographs depict the home of Chief Justice Roger Brooke...
Dates: Created: 1933; Other: Date acquired: 08/01/1989
Collection — Folder 1
Scope and Contents The travel diary of Ida F. Hayden consists of 84 handwritten pages detailing her travels in southern and eastern Africa, parts of the Middle East, and Europe from January to May 1907. Traveling by steam ship with companions, Hayden details her travels, the weather, interactions with fellow travelers, and visits to cities and towns along the way. The diary begins on 4 January 1907 with Hayden's departure from Greytown, South Africa, to Durban. She travels on the ...
Dates: Created: 1907; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1968
Scope and Contents The Preston and Bonita Valien papers are a rich source of documentation generated during the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, and extremely strong in documenting their ground breaking sociology research in the areas of African American higher education, housing segregation, public school and public transportation integration, population migration from the south to the north, race relations, as well as women’s health related to birth control and infant mortality. The...
Dates: Created: 1932-1996; Other: Majority of material found in 1940-1960; Other: Date acquired: 04/01/1969
Content Description The Walker-Ish Family papers consist of correspondence, news clippings, programs, family obituaries, invitations (especially to presidential and gubernatorial inaugurations), photographs and albums, memorabilia and printed items about the families of Dr. Joseph Edison Walker of Memphis, Tennessee; his wife, Lelia O'Neal Walker; Dr. George W. Stanley Ish Sr.; and his wife, Lily Johnson Ish, of Little Rock, Arkansas. The families were united by the marriage of A. Maceo Walker, son of Dr. and Mrs....
Dates: Other: 1935-1986
Content Description The Kenneth Warren papers mainly document Reverend Warren’s work with the Cape Cod Refugee Relief Committee in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The committee was established to assist the 96 Reverse Freedom Riders who arrived in the resort town of Hyannis, Massachusetts between May and October 1962. Warren was the chairman of the committee, committed to assisting the arrivals as best possible in finding housing, employment and transportation. All arrivals but one family—Mrs. Victoria Bell and her...
Dates: 1959-2012; Majority of material found within 1962-1965
Scope and Contents The papers of the Rev. Edward Franklin Williams consist mainly of correspondence, dating from 1841-1918. There are also accounts; a fragmentary diary; news clippings and scrapbooks; documents; a few by-laws, minutes, resolutions, and lists of organizations to which Williams belonged; announcements, invitations, programs, and calling cards; a few poems and photographs (none of Williams or his wife); lecture notes and writings such as articles, essays, speeches, and the column entitled "At...
Dates: Created: 1838-1918; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1969