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William H. Armstrong papers

Identifier: 519
Content Description Reverend William H. Armstrong served as minister for the Calvary United Church of Christ, a racially-integrated inner city church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and later for the Burton Congregational Church in Burton, Ohio. In addition to his church service, he pursues historical research and writing as a hobby. Armstrong also served as the Director of the U.S. Peace Corps in Swaziland, Africa, from 1966-1968. Armstrong's papers document his activities as minister to Calvary...
Dates: Other: 1957-1994

Arna Bontemps Foundation collection

Identifier: 263
Content Description

This collection consists primarily of printed ephemera from the Arna Bontemps Foundation, including posters, brochures, newsletters, etc.

Dates: Other: 1981-1993

Molefi Kete Asante papers

Identifier: 471
Content Description Educator and scholar Molefi K. Asante founded the first Ph.D. program in African American Studies at Temple University, where he taught for many years. Asante is a leading figure in African American Studies and African Studies and is known for his writings on Afrocentrism. His papers contain correspondence; speeches; material dealing with his academic work at Temple University and other institutions; appointment books; writings, including articles, poems, and book reviews; newspaper...
Dates: Other: 1962-2009

Associated Black Charities collection

Identifier: 2006
Content Description

Associated Black Charities was founded in 1985 to represent and respond to issues of special significance to Maryland’s African American communities. Items include the organizational publication Associated Black Charities Blackboard, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and other printed items.

Dates: Other: 1982-1988

Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists, Inc. records

Identifier: 586
Content Description The Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists, Inc. (ASBS) was founded in 1935 by Theophilus E. McKinney at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina to provide a forum for social science teachers in Negro colleges to assemble and discuss trends in education and the curricula needs of their students. The organization was established as the Association of Social Science Teachers and has grown into an interdisciplinary organization that continues to honor its rich history...
Dates: Other: 1992-2000

Atlanta School of Social Work collection

Identifier: 028
Content Description

This small collection consists of a certificate for Mayme Reed Barnes, a photograph of graduating class (1928) of seventeen women, a photograph of an unidentified graduation class, and a scrapbook page containing items on both sides. Names within the materials include Bishop Willis J. King and Forrester B. Washington, chairman of the board and director of the school, respectively.

Dates: Other: 1928

Hazel Augustine papers

Identifier: 029
Content Description

Items in the collection are primarily collected printed items, such as journals, and other literature on and about the social work field. Also included in the collection are alumni publications of Smith College. Additional materials include class photographs, a yearbook from Walter L. Cohen Sr. High, where Mrs. Augustine was an English teacher. Plaques and some correspondence are also included.

Dates: 1925-1992

Auxiliary to the National Medical Association records

 Collection — Container: 1 videotape
Identifier: 563
Scope and Contents The Auxiliary to the National Medical Association (ANMA) was established in 1936 by Alma Wells Givens. The records of the Auxiliary encompass 8.52 linear feet and date from 1937 to 1997. They document the foundation and early years of the organization, its development from an organization for female spouses of African American doctors to one that included spouses of both sexes, and the various projects undertaken by the Auxiliary. The records contain constitutions and by-laws,...
Dates: Created: 1937-1997; Other: Date acquired: 02/22/1999

B Sharp Music Club, New Orleans, Louisiana Records

Identifier: 030
Scope and Contents The records of the B Sharp Music Club include correspondence, clippings, programs, photographs, and typescripts of the club's historys. Items document the founding of the club by Camille Nickerson and the activities of the organization, such as the Pleasant Hour Christmas program, Scholarship Luncheon, and the Junior B Sharp Music Club. Photographs document various meetings, programs, and recitals. Performers include Dr. Frederick B. Hall, Moses Hogan, Debria Brown, John Wesley Work, Roger...
Dates: Created: 1925-1998

Iris Ewing Babcock collection

Identifier: 2008
Content Description

Includes collected clippings and ephemera, which includes articles on African American musicians, school desegregation, and other topics. Of note is a broadside authored by Gerald L. K. Smith of the Share-Our-Wealth Society in tribute to the ideals of Huey Long after his assassination with the heading "The Spirit and Purpose of Huey Long Shall Never Die."

Dates: Other: 1934-1958

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Cullen, Countée, 1903-1946 3
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Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895 3
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Save Our Schools 3
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