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Elma Moore Booker papers

Identifier: 459
Scope and Contents The papers of Elma Moore Booker document Booker's life and career as the first African American woman to own a dance studio in New Orleans, Louisiana. The collection is .4 linear and contains biographical information, recital programs and photographs, and personal family documents and photographs dating from 1911-1998. The collection houses Elma Booker's certificate to teach from the Mildred Kohlman Studio of Dance. In the collection is an extensive record of dance steps and exercises. Some...
Dates: Created: 1911-1998; Other: Date acquired: 08/01/1998

Mark Allen Boone papers

Identifier: 755
Scope and Contents The papers of author and editor Mark Allen Boone consist of correspondence, typescripts and hand scripts of his writings, news clippings, biographical information, and two journals. The correspondence documents Boone's writing and editing careers, and includes both incoming and outgoing letters with fellow writers, editors, and admirers. Also included are letters related to Boone's work as Editorial Director of the Adult Education Department at Contemporary Books in Chicago, letters...
Dates: Created: 1967-2005; Other: Date acquired: 08/01/2006

Florence Borders papers

Identifier: 816
Content Description Materials in this collection consist primarily of correspondence (mostly still in their original envelopes), collected serials, collected essays, miscellaneous ephemera, various archival finding aids, archival publications and conference programs, among other various formats.Items relate to the B-Sharp Music Club, Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Peter Claver, various social aid and pleasure clubs, Southern University-New Orleans, and Our Lady of Lourdes Parish. Other...
Dates: Other: 1933-2007

Warren Boudreaux collection

Identifier: 035
Scope and Contents The Warren Boudreaux collection contains materials collected by Mr. Boudreaux and his brothers during their teaching careers and travels throughout Africa from 1952 to 1955. Materials include school/teaching materials, maps, printed ephemera, photographic postcards, and photographs. The postcards and photographs depict Haile Selassie and scenes in Ethiopia, Zaire (Belgian Congo), Uganda, and eastern Africa. Also present is an undated set of eight colored drawings depicting people and scenes,...
Dates: Created: 1952-1974; Other: Majority of material found in 1952-1955; Other: Date acquired: 07/01/1991

Louise Metoyer Bouise papers

Identifier: 2474
Content Description The Louise Metoyer Bouise papers include a scrapbook documenting Bouise’s membership in Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. and her role as a Graduate Advisor in that organization. It contains letters, forms, programs, and photographs. The scrapbook contains membership cards from other organizations, as well. Additional items include a commemorative binder from the 49th Boule of AKA, held in Atlanta, Georgia in July 1980 and a certificate awarded to Bouise from the New Orleans City Council on occasion...
Dates: Other: 1980-1992

Henry E. Braden III papers

Identifier: 549
Scope and Contents Dr. Henry E. Braden III's papers center on New Orleans' political, professional, and social circles of the latter half of the twentieth century. The papers include personal and political correspondence, military records, awards and honors, programs, invitations, newspaper clippings on the Braden and Haydel families, photographs, and other collected materials. Of particular note is Dr. Braden's sizable collection of political correspondence and campaign materials for politicians...
Dates: Created: 1936-2000; Other: Majority of material found in 1950-1990; Other: Date acquired: 12/13/1997

Marshall Bragdon papers

Identifier: 054
Scope and Contents The papers of Marshall Bragdon comprise approximately 7.2 linear feet. They include diaries, correspondence, notes for speeches, writings, photographs, as well as other materials dealing with the three organizations to which Bragdon devoted his life and work: the Mayor's Friendly Relations Committee of Cincinnati, the Community Relations Service of the United States Department of Justice, and the National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials. Bragdon's diaries cover the...
Dates: Created: 1923-1981; Other: Date acquired: 02/01/1983

Joseph Payne Branam collection

Identifier: 2018
Content Description

Items consist primarily of photocopies and include photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other family records. Joseph Branam was the first African American wholesale milk distributor from Michigan, and correspondence and photographs document this business.

Dates: Other: 1895-1983

Arthur Lee Branch papers

Identifier: 055
Content Description

The collection contains diplomas, correspondence, records of vital statistics, and photographs of Arthur Lee Branch and family of Thomasville, Georgia. Branch was a graduate of Meharry Medical College.

Dates: Other: 1905-1942

Bruce Brice papers

Identifier: 659
Content Description Artist Bruce Brice was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1942 and graduated from J.S. Clark Sr. High School. Brice is well known for his folk art paintings, many of which can be found in the New Orleans Museum of Art and reproduced in various journals and publications. The collection consists of professional papers regarding his work as an African American folk artist. Included is correspondence, news releases, news clippings, vita, memorabilia from his exhibitions (1978-1982), and a...
Dates: Other: 1976-2003

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