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Education -- Georgia -- Atlanta

Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John Wesley Dobbs Family papers

Identifier: 122
Scope and Contents The papers document the personal and professional lives of the John Wesley Dobbs family of Atlanta, Georgia. The key topics are civil rights, education, integration, race relations, and African American suffrage. The main strengths are the civil rights activities of the family as well as J.W. Dobb's tenure as Grand Master of Prince Hall Masonic Grand Lodge of Georgia. The collection encompasses 5.8 linear feet of correspondence, photographs, programs, sound recordings, speeches, and news...
Dates: Created: 1873-2001; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1974

Ronald E. Mickens papers

Identifier: 699
Scope and Contents The Ronald E. Mickens papers document the professional life of African American physicist and university professor Ronald E. Mickens and include his correspondence, writings, research materials, conference and professional organization materials, and university activities spanning the early 1960s to 2013. The papers contain extensive correspondence, mainly related to communication with scientists and students from around the world, and peer-review correspondence. Also included...
Dates: Created: 1950-2013; Other: Majority of material found in 1963-2013; Other: Date acquired: 06/24/1994

Carrie B. Pope diploma

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: 2468
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of a diploma for the Higher Normal Course of Study from Atlanta University awarded to Carrie B. Pope on June 24, 1880.

Dates: Created: 1880; Other: Date acquired: 11/09/1983