Migration, Internal -- United States
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The Harlan Paul Douglass papers consists of approximately 400 items, 3 reels of microfilm, and 4 volumes. The papers include correspondence; clippings; biographical data; family histories by Douglass' mother, Maria Greene Douglass, and father, Truman Orville Douglass; photographs; wills; honors and tributes; an appreciation book; writings; and a scrapbook. The items relate to Douglass' school days, his career with the American Missionary Association and his retirement. Included among the papers...
Dates: Other: 1889-1966
Content Description The Kenneth Warren papers mainly document Reverend Warren’s work with the Cape Cod Refugee Relief Committee in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The committee was established to assist the 96 Reverse Freedom Riders who arrived in the resort town of Hyannis, Massachusetts between May and October 1962. Warren was the chairman of the committee, committed to assisting the arrivals as best possible in finding housing, employment and transportation. All arrivals but one family—Mrs. Victoria Bell and her...
Dates: 1959-2012; Majority of material found within 1962-1965