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Civic leaders -- United States

Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 3 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

Marcus Neustadter, Jr. papers

Identifier: 448
Content Description The papers of Marcus Neustadter Jr. reflect his civic and professional affairs, including his work as Public Relations Director at Dillard University and his membership in the Original Illinois Club, the Prince Hall Masons, and other organizations. Included are news clippings, correspondence, programs, photographs, materials related to social organizations such as the Original Illinois Club and the Beau Brummel Club, audio cassettes of programs and courses held at Dillard University, and...
Dates: Other: circa 1950-1990

Bettye Torrey Oldham papers

Identifier: 278
Content Description

The papers of long-time Amistad supporter and travel agent Bettye Oldham reflect her church and civic activities. Formats include correspondence, newsletters, clippings, photographs, and travel brochures and document Tougaloo College, church and civic activities, the Urban League, Cincinnati Union Baptist Church, the Cincinnati Chapter of Friends of Amistad, and the Ohio Governor's Committee on the Status of Women.

Dates: Other: 1965-1996