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subj26. United Church of Christ Holdings

 Record Group
Identifier: subj26
United Church of Christ Holdings

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

George Edmund Haynes papers

Identifier: 174
Content Description Founder of Fisk University Social Science Department, co-founder of National Urban League. Photostatic copies of correspondence at Fisk and writings about him, including correspondence concerning the organization, activities, and staffing of the Committee on Urban Conditions Among Negroes, as well as its concern with the sociological conditions of Afro-Americans, primarily in New York. Correspondents include Victor G. Flinn, Hortense Bruce, Ruth Baldwin, Samuel H. Bishop, B. F. Lee, Jr., and...
Dates: Other: 1910-1911

Henderson Family papers

Identifier: 177
Scope and Contents The Henderson Family Papers (2.0 linear feet) contain documentation on the life and work of Fletcher Hamilton Henderson (1857-1943); his wife, Ozie Lee Chapman Henderson (1865-1937); their children, Fletcher Hamilton Henderson, Jr. (1897-1952); Irma Henderson Jacobs (1900-1976); and Horace Wade Henderson (b. 1903); and their only grandchild, Ozie Teresa Henderson Burroughs (b. 1928). The papers are principally non-correspondence, including contracts, a variety of diplomas and certificates,...
Dates: Created: 1877-1988; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1984

Giles Alfred Hubert papers

Identifier: 190
Content Description The Giles Alfred Hubert papers contain approximately 400 letters, in addition to lists, notes, programs, publicity materials, receipts, teaching materials, and collected items. The correspondence is evenly divided among incoming and outgoing letters, and contains numerous single letters , most of which were received or written within the half decade during which Hubert was in the foreign service (1948-1953). A group of these were written to college presidents in the search for employment...
Dates: Other: 1881-1977

Anna Marie Hansen Jamison papers

Identifier: 196
Content Description The Anna Marie Hansen Jamison papers include correspondence (1919-1972) with students and colleagues of the various American Missionary Association schools in which Jamison taught. Among these schools and colleges were Chandler Normal in Lexington, Kentucky; Ballard Normal School in Macon, Georgia; Tillotson College in Austin, Texas; Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi; and Straight University/Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Other items include greeting cards, news...
Dates: Other: 1919-1972

Charles Spurgeon Johnson correspondence

Identifier: 2092
Content Description

Letter from Clarence Cameron White, violinist, to Charles Spurgeon Johnson, written in 1945. Letter informs Johnson that he will be playing in Nashville in the upcoming months and invites him to the concert and asks if he or any friends in music can underwrite the costs of the performance. An enclosure includes an image of White with a biographical sketch and excerpts of performance reviews.

Dates: Other: 1945

Clifford V. Johnson papers

Identifier: 473
Content Description Clifford V. Johnson is the former Vice President for Development at Dillard University and Director of Development at the Amistad Research Center. He has also written short stories. His papers include three letters, one card, and a poem, entitled "The Backlash Blues" sent to Johnson from Langston Hughes. Johnson developed an acquaintance with Hughes in the mid 1960s when Johnson's short story "Old Blues Singers Never Die" was published in the anthology ...
Dates: Other: 1964-1966

Clifton H. Johnson papers

Identifier: 200
Content Description The collection has been divided into four series of correspondence, which includes sub-series for both personal (1944-2003) and professional (1952-2003) correspondence, organizational materials (1985-2003), writings by Dr. Johnson (1993-2001, n.d.) and collected items and oversized materials (1945-2003) including awards, certificates, clippings and ephemera.The collection mainly consists of professional papers, with the bulk documenting the activities of organizations with which...
Dates: Other: 1948-1997

Herman Hodge Long papers

Identifier: 224
Content Description

The papers of African American educator Herman Hodge Long contains writings of Long and others, articles, speeches, reports and book reviews, correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, plaques, and photographs that document Long's career as director of the Race Relations Department at Fisk University and as president of Talladega College. Topics include race relations in education, employment, housing, public schools, and churches.

Dates: Other: 1934-1978

George Longe papers

Identifier: 225
Scope and Contents The papers of educator, civic leader, and Masonic official George Longe reflect his career in the area of education and his involvement as a member and Supreme Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of Louisiana (AASRFML). The papers contain correspondence, news clippings, invitations, programs, photographs, financial records, speeches, and other printed items. Materials maintained by Longe document his position as principal at various...
Dates: Created: 1849-1971; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1983

Marr-McGee Family papers

Identifier: 246
Scope and Contents The Marr-McGee Family papers document the lives of writer, photographer, and cultural promoter Warren Marr II; his wife, attorney, community activist, and energy consultant Carmel Carrington Marr; and his sister, nurse, and race relations advocate Grace Marr Nugent. The key topics covered in this collection are the founding and administration of the Amistad Research Center; Black arts and theater; community development and relations; historically Black colleges and universities; human rights...
Dates: Created: 1915-2000; Other: Majority of material found in 1961-1985; Other: Date acquired: 02/01/1971