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Carol Brice papers

Identifier: 056
Scope and Contents The Carol Brice papers document the career and personal life of Carol Lovette Brice, an acclaimed African American concert singer, recording artist, and professor in the United States and abroad. The papers encompass 11.8 linear feetof correspondence (2.3 linear feet), programs and professional materials (2.3 linear feet), news clippings and publications (1.0 linear foot), personal and financial materials, miscellaneous collected items (0.8 linear feet), as well as photographs, scrapbooks,...
Dates: Created: 1905-1986; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1972

Jinx Coleman Broussard papers

Identifier: 664
Content Description The collection consists of administrative files for the public relations function for the Mayor of New Orleans including press releases, files for city projects and events, correspondence, planning materials, appointment books, notes and news clippings. Campaign press releases, audiotapes, correspondence, and ephemera from the Clinton/Gore 1992 campaign in Louisiana. Lastly, administrative files for the New Orleans Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., including minutes, press releases,...
Dates: Other: 1986-2001

Anne Wiggins Brown papers

 Collection — Container: 14 items
Identifier: 057
Scope and Contents The papers of Anne Wiggins Brown document her career as a singer, producer and stage director which spanned five decades. Brown was the original "Bess" in George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. The papers include personal and professional correspondence, photographs, financial records, musical scores, playbills, posters and other collected publications. A large majority of the collection is newspaper clippings. The correspondence dates from 1935 until 1998. The earliest correspondence...
Dates: Created: 1935-2002; Other: Date acquired: 11/01/1991

Charlotte and David Brown papers

Identifier: 648
Content Description Through Operation Crossroads Africa, Drs. Charlotte and David Brown worked on medical projects and helped run several hospitals in Africa, in particular the Eastern Clinic in Mobai, Sierra Leone from 1962 to the present. The materials in this collection consists of scrapbooks and correspondence related to a trip to Ekwendeni, Nyasaland, in 1962 by the Brown family; scrapbooks, news clippings and correspondence regarding Dr. David Brown’s work with the Eastern Clinic, which was founded by Dr....
Dates: Other: 1962-2002

Douglas E. Brown collection

Identifier: 740
Content Description The Douglas E. Brown collection consists largely of photocopied research materials on the artist. The original materials in this collection are correspondence, primarily between Brown’s widow, Freda Barry Brown, and Steve Harvey, who was researching Douglas Brown.Research materials, likely sent from Freda Barry Brown to Harvey, consist of photographic slides of Douglas Brown’s paintings, some collected correspondence, a list of Brown’s known artwork, newspaper articles, and...
Dates: Other: 1946-1989

Edgar G. Brown papers

Identifier: 270
Scope and Contents The papers of firebrand politician, lobbyist, and member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Black Cabinet" Edgar G. Brown consist of correspondence, newspaper articles and obituaries, biographical materials, and miscellaneous collected items. Correspondence of note includes a letter from Irvin McDuffie, a valet and domestic worker for Franklin Delano Roosevelt, from October 1939, written shortly after McDuffie left the White House after suffering a nervous breakdown. In this...
Dates: Created: 1936-1981; Other: Date acquired: 04/23/1993

Edna Pullen Brown photograph

Identifier: 2023
Content Description

One photograph of the 1925 fourth and fifth grades of Daniel Hand Elementary School of Straight College in New Orleans, Louisiana. Teachers Edna Pullen Brown and Anna Spottswood are included in the photograph.

Dates: Other: 1925

Robert S. Browne oral history interview

Identifier: 2339
Content Description

Recordings of an oral history interview with Robert S. Browne conducted by Clifton H. Johnson. Browne was the founder of the Black Economics Research Center.

Dates: Other: 1995

Frederick Leslie Brownlee papers

Identifier: 059
Content Description

Frederick Leslie Brownlee was the General Secretary for the American Missionary Association from 1927 to 1950. Materials include correspondence, scrapbooks, photos, clippings, and other documents, many of which pertain to American Missionary Association institutions.

Dates: Other: 1894-1966

Buckner-Barker Family papers

Identifier: 060
Scope and Contents The Buckner-Barker Family Papers pertain to several generations of an African American family with multi-generational ties to Kansas. The collection consists mostly of typescripts of poems authored by John L. Buckner, but also contains photographs, newspaper clippings, a privately published book of poems by John D. Barker, son-in-law of John L. Buckner, as well as an interview and other documents that relate the family history. The collection includes a small number of newspaper...
Dates: Created: 1906-1975; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1985

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