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subj27. Holdings related to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)

 Record Group
Identifier: subj27
Holdings related to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

American Missionary Association archives addenda

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 001-1
Scope and Contents The 1969 addendum and later addenda to the American Missionary Association archives are mostly twentieth century in scope, covering two main subject areas. The first is the association's numerous schools. These are considered "field" records, or, the fruits of the Association's missionary work outside of its New York City office. The Addendum is divided into three series: Series 1 covers field-related work, mainly the AMA schools; Series 2 covers projects that were run directly form the New...
Dates: Created: 1849-1991; Other: Date acquired: 03/31/1969

Dent Family papers

Identifier: 116
Scope and Contents The Dent Family papers are comprised of the personal, professional and collected papers of Albert Walter Dent (1904-1984) and Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent (1904-2001), as well as a small amount of material related to their son, Tom Dent (1932-1996) and other family members. The collection has six series of files, three of which deal specifically with Albert W. Dent while the remainder deals with Jessie C. Dent and members of the Covington-Dent family. The correspondence (1908-1985)...
Dates: Created: 1897-1985; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1976

Dent Family papers addendum

Identifier: 116-01
Scope and Contents The addendum to the papers of Albert Walter Dent (1904-1984) and Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent (1904-2001) provides a rich source of documentation of a prominent African American family, and covers topics such as education, healthcare, musical traditions and culture in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas. The papers consist of 38 linear feet of personal and collected papers of both individuals and other Covington-Dent family members. The addition to the papers is comprised of...
Dates: 1890-2001, undated

Mildred Katharine Ellis papers

Identifier: 706
Acknowledgement This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services award MH-245560-OMS-20. Scope and Contents The Mildred Ellis papers consists of 8.59 linear feet of correspondence, photographs, ephemera, news clippings, music recital programs, and other memorabilia, providing an extensive view into the life and career of composer and musician, Dr. Mildred Ellis. Also included in this collection are records from the...
Dates: 1904-2004; Majority of material found within 1916-1980

Charles Mantinband papers

Identifier: 245
Content Description The papers of Rabbi Charles Mantinband document his life and career, particularly his involvement in civil rights. The collection includes correspondence, news clippings, articles, broadsides, sermons, pamphlets, and Mantinband's dissertation. Some of the items pertain to Emmett Till and Medgar Evers, who were both killed in Mississippi. Other items pertain to speaking engagements at historically Black colleges. Correspondents include: A.D. Beittel, P.D. East, Medgar Evers, John Howard...
Dates: Other: 1951-1974

Theodore Roosevelt McLemore oral history interview

Identifier: 2123
Content Description

This collection contains an oral history interview with Theodore Roosevelt McLemore conducted by Clifton H. Johnson. McLemore, a longtime trustee of LeMoyne College and LeMoyne-Owen College, discusses his life growing up in Tennessee, family history, and the development of the college under various administrators, including Frederick Leslie Brownlee, Frank Sweeney, and Hollis Price.

Dates: Other: 1988

Ruth A. Morton scrapbook

Identifier: 257
Content Description

This collection consists of a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Morton, former Director of Schools and Community Relations at the American Missionary Association. The scrapbook contains clippings, pamphlets, reports, photographs and other documents mostly related to schools and institutions throughout North Carolina, Georgia, Puerto Rico, Tennessee and Alabama.

Dates: Other: 1934-1950

Joseph A. Pierce papers

Identifier: 299
Scope and Contents The papers of mathematician Joseph A. Pierce, encompasses personal and professional materials documenting his life in academia, as a mathematics professor and as a university administrator. The collection contains correspondence, university records such as report cards and degrees, financial records, ephemera, reports, proposals, publications, and notes. Much of his collection deals with issues in higher education during the civil rights era and briefly touches on the unrest at Texas...
Dates: Created: 1928-1972; Other: Majority of material found in 1960-1969; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1989

Ophelia Taylor Pinkard papers

Identifier: 300
Content Description The papers include correspondence, invitations, programs, clippings, scrapbooks, and other printed items regarding Talladega College, of which Pinkard is an alumnus. The papers also encompass materials about persons associated with Talladega College including Lillian Welch Voorhees, Edyth L. Ross, and Esther La Marr. Other materials document issues of the Talladegan, picture postcards of the campus, a program for the Negro Ensemble Company, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and Taylor's life in...
Dates: Other: 1921-1934, 1967-1984

Price Family papers

Identifier: 408
Content Description

The Price Family papers document the life and career of Hollis Price Sr. and his work as an educator and president of LeMoyne-Owen College from 1943-1970. Materials also document his wife Althea, an educator and counselor, and his son and economics professor Hollis Jr.

Dates: Other: 1915-1988