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Daniel Webster Wynn papers

Identifier: 396
Scope and Contents The papers of Dr. Daniel W. Wynn, clergyman, educator, administrator, and author, consist mainly of correspondence, but also includes his writings in the forms of articles, book reviews, reports, sermons, speeches, and his autobiography. Other materials include teaching contracts, invitations, programs, news clippings, and photographs, as well as agenda, constitutions, and minutes from institutional bodies. Wynn's 1979 typescript autobiography tells of his lineage, which includes...
Dates: Created: 1936-1979; Other: Date acquired: 06/01/1976

Lillian Robinson Wynn papers

Identifier: 397
Scope and Contents The papers of Lillian Robinson Wynn chiefly consist of correspondence, photographs, and materials collected during her tenure as the principal of McCall High School of the Tennessee Prison for Women. Correspondence primarily pertains to her role as the principal of McCall High School and regards personnel and financial matters, as well as obtaining Title I funding. Correspondence also pertains to Wynn's January 1976 dismissal from her principalship of McCall High School as well as her appeal...
Dates: Created: 1957-1982; Other: Date acquired: 05/15/1979

Yearbook collection

 Collection — Container: 70 items
Identifier: 398
Scope and Contents This artificial collection contains school yearbooks from southern historically black colleges and universities, as well as Louisiana high schools. Schools and the years represented include: Alcorn A&M College (Lorman, MS) - 1967; Southern University (Baton Rouge, LA) - 1951-1952, 1954-1957, 1959, 1962-1971, 1975; Wiley College (Marshall, TX) - 1954; Xavier University of Louisiana (New Orleans, LA) - 1976; Booker T. Washington Senior High School (New Orleans, LA) - 1959,...
Dates: Created: 1953-1979; Other: Date acquired: 10/01/1994

Dorothy E. Yepez papers

Identifier: 399
Content Description The papers primarily document the career of Dorothy E. Yepez, and significantly highlight the contributions of an African American businesswoman and art gallery owner in the United States. The collection is extremely rich on the subjects of art, Black history, education and the business documentation of Yepez’s career, with collected files from her art gallery and social activities. Yepez’s papers contain business and some personal correspondence; biographical sketches of Yepez and artists...
Dates: Other: circa 1864-1990, undated

Yes Ma'am collection

Identifier: 400
Content Description This collection contains the raw footage and interviews for the documentary Yes Ma'am: Household Domestic Workers in New Orleans, which was directed and produced by Gary Goldman and was sponsored by the Amistad Research Center. The film provides an in-depth look at the profession of domestic service, race relations, injustice, and the importance of religion in the lives of domestic workers. The old order is contrasted with the new, in which the more militant...
Dates: Other: 1979-1981

Daisy F. Young papers

Identifier: 401
Scope and Contents The Daisy F. Young papers contain material related to Young and her family. Although some materials document Daisy Young's life and associations, most relate to the life and career of her son, civil rights activist and politican Andrew Young. Materials include correspondence, photographs, collected news clippings and publications, speeches, and materials related to Andrew Young's various political campaigns and tenures. Correspondents include: Jimmy Carter, Henry Chauncey Jr.,...
Dates: Created: 1938-1990; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1983

James W. Young papers

Identifier: 475
Content Description Rev. James W. Young was born in Alexandria, Louisiana, on July 9, 1906, and received a Bachelor of Theology degree from Union Baptist Theological Seminary in 1950. He was Pastor of the Second Nazareth Baptist Church in New Orleans from 1952-1994. He was a board member of the First District Missionary Association, Vice-President of the Christian Ministers Alliance, and a member of the national and state Baptists conventions. He died in New Orleans on June 9, 1995. Rev. Young's papers include...
Dates: Other: 1900s-1990s

Bob Zellner oral history collection

 Collection — Container: 5 audiocassettes
Identifier: 2333
Scope and Contents

This collections is made up of five audiocassette recordings of oral history interviews with civil rights activist Bob Zellner conducted by Eric Diner, then a Tulane University undergraduate, as part of Diner's honors thesis. Zellner, the first White field secretary from the south for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), has a long career in civil rights activism.

Dates: Created: 1994; Other: Date acquired: 05/11/1995

Zine Collection

 Collection — Container: Collection
Identifier: LIB002
Scope and Contents The Zine Collection at the Amistad Research Center was launched in 2011 and is intended to be a continuing collection. The scope of this collection mirrors that of the Center's overall collection development policy by focusing on zines written and published by individuals of color or whose topics focus on racial and ethnic culture and history, civil rights, race relations, and related topics. The goal of this collection is to provide a research collection that addresses the...
Dates: Other: Dummy Date

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