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African American educators

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

James Egert Allen papers

Identifier: 010
Scope and Contents The James Egert Allen papers occupy 18.1 linear feet of material about Allen's life as an educator, community activist and civil rights advocate. Having been a resident of Manhattan for over a half century, much of Allen's collection reflects his educational and community involvements in New York. The collection is arranged into six groups of materials that include correspondence, greeting cards, telegrams, invitations, programs, photographs, reports, minutes, recreation and...
Dates: Created: 1917-1976; Other: Date acquired: 06/01/1974

American Missionary Association archives addenda

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 001-1
Scope and Contents The 1969 addendum and later addenda to the American Missionary Association archives are mostly twentieth century in scope, covering two main subject areas. The first is the association's numerous schools. These are considered "field" records, or, the fruits of the Association's missionary work outside of its New York City office. The Addendum is divided into three series: Series 1 covers field-related work, mainly the AMA schools; Series 2 covers projects that were run directly form the New...
Dates: Created: 1849-1991; Other: Date acquired: 03/31/1969

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

James E. Blackwell papers

Identifier: 050
Scope and Contents The papers of sociologist and educator Dr. James E. Blackwell provide extensive documentation regarding discrimination and desegregation of higher education institutions and mentoring of Black students, as well as affirmative action, economic and social justice issues in regards to the Black community and other ethnic minorities during the late 20th century. The papers consist of extensive correspondence files documenting Blackwell’s work as the chair of the...
Dates: Created: 1948-2016; Other: Majority of material found in 1963-2000; Other: Date acquired: 01/07/1990

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

Jacob H. Carruthers papers

Identifier: 522
Content Description

Jacob H. Carruthers was one of six African Americans to integrate the University of Texas School of Law in 1950. He later taught at Northeastern Illinois University for 32 years and was the Director of the Kemetic Institute in Chicago. His papers include numerous articles authored by Carruthers dealing with African American and Africa though, history, and culture. Also included is a copy of a play entitled "J.J. Dessalines" authored by Carruthers.

Dates: Other: 1977-1990

Jesse Cornelius Crump papers

 Collection — Box 1-2andscrapbook
Identifier: 109
Scope and Contents This collection documents the career of Bogalusa, Louisiana, teacher and school administrator Jesse Cornelius Crump. It contains biographical and family data, correspondence, photographs, programs, Masonic publications, a yearbook and reunion materials for Central Memorial High School in Bogalusa, as well as a large scrapbook that contains photographs, newspaper clippings, etc. of athletic teams and activities at Central Memorial High School. The majority of the correspondence...
Dates: Created: 1928-1985; Other: Date acquired: 04/01/1987

Matthew Simpson Davage papers

Identifier: 112
Content Description

The papers of Matthew S. Davage contains sermons, addresses, reports, clippings, pamphlets, honors and a single letter from Dr. Benjamin E. Mays. A report for 1950-1951 for the Department of Higher Education for Negroes of the Methodist Church when Davage headed that department is present. Several of the speeches are on African Americans, the Methodist Church, race relations, and one on Abraham Lincoln.

Dates: Other: 1948-1963

Dent Family papers addendum

Identifier: 116-01
Scope and Contents The addendum to the papers of Albert Walter Dent (1904-1984) and Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent (1904-2001) provides a rich source of documentation of a prominent African American family, and covers topics such as education, healthcare, musical traditions and culture in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas. The papers consist of 38 linear feet of personal and collected papers of both individuals and other Covington-Dent family members. The addition to the papers is comprised of...
Dates: 1890-2001, undated

Dent Family papers addendum

Identifier: 116-2
Scope and Contents This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services award MH-245560-OMS-20. Content Description The Dent Family papers addendum include the personal, professional, and collected papers of Albert Walter Dent (1904-1984) and Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent (1904-2001). The papers break down into six series: the papers of Albert Walter Dent, the papers of Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent, images, ephemera,...
Dates: Other: 1948-2010