MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS (H-L)



Author:        Harper, Solomon, 1893?
Title:         Papers, 1951-1969
Description:   .5 linear ft. (10 items)
Notes:         Afro-American electrical engineer and inventor.
               Copy of patent awarded June 5, 1956; together with
                  press releases, bulletins, and programs relating to
                  Harper's efforts to secure rights to his
                  inventions.
Subjects:      Afro-American engineers. lcsh
               Afro-American inventors. lcsh
               Patents. lcsh
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.47
Control No.:      DCLV96-A446


Author:        Harris, Abram Lincoln, 1899-1963 
Title:         Papers, 1919-1929
Description:   .5 linear ft. (29 items)
Notes:         Afro-American economist and educator. Correspondence, manuscripts, 
                 and notes relating to Harris's research on the involvement of 
                 Afro-Americans in the labor movement, particularly the Industrial 
                 Workers of the World. Includes material relating to the Socialist
                 Party in the U.S. Correspondents include Covington Hall and 
                 Benjamin Fletcher.
Subjects:      Afro-American college teachers. lcsh 
               Economists -- United States. lcsh 
               Fletcher, Ben, 1890-1949, correspondent. 
               Hall, Covington, 1871-1951, correspondent. 
               Industrial Workers of the World. Socialist Party (U.S.)
               Labor movement -- United States. 
               Trade-unions -- Afro-American membership. 
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                 (Washington, D.C.). 
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.48
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A447


Author:        Harrison, Hazel, 1883-1969
Title:         Collection, 1900-1950s
Description:   4 linear ft.
Notes:         Afro-American concert pianist. Personal and family papers, 
                 correspondence, biographical writings, numerous concert 
                 programs, photographs, memorabilia, interview tapes and 
                 transcripts, and recordings relating to Harrison's career
                 in the United States, Europe, and Canada; together with 
                 her music collection, including autographed copies of 
                 single compositions, music albums, and piano scores. 
                 Includes research materials compiled by Constance Hobson 
                 and Jean E. Cazort for their book, Born to Play: The 
                 Life and Career of Hazel Harrison (1983). 
               Gifts of Hazel Harrison, 1969, Constance Hobson, 1981-1982, 
                 and Constance Hobson and Jean E. Cazort, 1986. 
               Access to recordings is restricted. 
Subjects:      Afro-American women musicians. lcsh 
               Cazort, Jean E. 
               Concert programs. lcsh 
               Hobson, Constance Tibbs. 
               Interviews. lcsh 
               Pianists. lcsh 
               Sheet music. aat 
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.141
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A449 


Author:        Hayes, George, E.C. (George Edward Chalmers), 1894-1968
Title:         Papers, 1911-1968
Description:   2 linear ft.
Notes:         Civil rights attorney and University Counsel for Howard University.  
                 Personal papers, correspondence, biographical data, documents 
                 pertaining to organizations, awards and tributes, and photographs 
                 relating to Hayes's activities in Washington, D.C.  Correspondents 
                 include Hubert Humphrey, Mordecai Johnson, James Nabrit, and 
                 Richard Nixon.  Also contains materials pertaining to the planning 
                 of the M Street High School (Washington, DC) Class of 1911 Reunion, 
                 held in 1951. 
               Gift of Shirley Ganao, 1987. 
Subjects:      Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.) 
               Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978, correspondent. 
               Johnson, Mordecai W. (Mordecai Wyatt), 1890-1976, correspondent.
               Nabrit, James M. (James Madison), 1900- , correspondent. 
               Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913- , correspondent. 
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.142
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A450


Author:        Henderson, Edwin Bancroft, 1883-1977
Title:         Papers, 1915-1976
Description:   5 linear ft.
Notes:         Afro-American athlete, educator, author, and administrator; d. 1977. 
                 Family papers, correspondence, biographical writings, programs, 
                 organizational affiliations, memorabilia, photographs, printed 
                 materials, and scrapbooks relating to Henderson's activities 
                 as an activist in athletics and civil rights. 
               Gift of Mr. Henderson, 1965-1977. 
Subjects:      Afro-American athletes. lcsh 
               Afro-American civil rights workers. lcsh 
               Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
               Afro-Americans -- Recreation. 
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.49
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A451

Author:        Hill, John H., 1855-1936
Title:         Letters, 1882
Description:   .5 linear ft. (2 items)
Notes:         Afro-American lawyer; born a slave in Virginia. Letters 
                 to N.C. Brackett and his wife relating to Hill's life.
Subjects:      Afro-American lawyers -- Virginia. lcsh 
               Brackett, N. C., correspondent. 
               Freedmen -- Virginia. 
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.50
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A604 


Author:        Hilyer, Andrew Franklin, 1859-1925
Title:         Papers, 1893-1913
Description:   .5 linear ft.
Notes:         Lawyer and accountant, of Washington, D.C.; trustee of Howard 
                 University; Treasurer of the Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society, 
                 Washington, D.C.  Chiefly correspondence, programs, and 
                 announcements, relating to S. Coleridge Taylor Choral Society, 
                 and memorabilia about Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; together with 
                 drafts of articles and speeches by Hilyer on the social and 
                 economic status of blacks in the late 19th and early 20th 
                 centuries; and travel journal, autograph album, and photos, 
                 of Hilyer's second wife, Amanda Gray Hilyer, pharmacist and 
                 teacher. 
Subjects:      Accounting
               Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                 black African ancestry); Economic conditions
               Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                 black African ancestry); Social life and customs
               Blacks; Charitable and social work; Social welfare
               Blacks; Economic and social conditions
               Blacks; Social life and conditions
               Choral societies; S. Coleridge Taylor Choral Society
               Choral societies; Washington, D.C.
               Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel, 1875-1912
               Composers; Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel
               Hilyer, Amanda Gray, 1870-1957 (b. Amanda Victoria Gray)
               Howard University; Trustees; Hilyer, Andrew F.
               Howard University, Washington, D.C; Trustees
               Lawyers; Papers; 19th and 20th centuries; Washington, D.C.
               Pharmacists
               Pharmacists; Hilyer, Amanda (Gray)
               S. Coleridge Taylor Choral Society
               Taylor (S. Coleridge) Choral Society
               Taylor, Samuel Coleridge
               Travel; 19th and 20th centuries
               Washington, D.C; Cultural affairs; Music and musical affairs
               Washington, D.C; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
NUCMC #:          4.72.51
NIDS Fiche #:     MS 83-1237


Author:         Himes, Chester Bowar, 1909-1984
Title:          Letters, 1955-1956
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American novelist; Author. Contains correspondence between 
                  Himes and Walter Freeman, an editor at New American Library, 
                  regarding the editing and revision of Himes's novels, 
                  "The Primitive," "The Third Generation," and 
                  "Mamie Mason." 
                Purchase, 1966. 
Subjects:       Afro-American novelists. lcsh 
                Authors and publishers -- United States. 
                Freeman, Walter, correspondent. 
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.52
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A582


Author:         Hobson Normal Institute, Parsons, Kansas
Title:          Collection, 1882-1953
Description:    .5 linear ft. (39 items)
Notes:          Historical data, memorabilia, and photographs concerning the Hobson 
                  Normal Institute, Parsons, Kan., founded in 1882 (and closed in 
                  1896) by the Iowa Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends as a 
                  school for training teachers and providing higher education for 
                  Afro-American youth in the border states.  Includes biographical 
                  information about the school's first principal, Darius W. Bowles, 
                  and members of his family, as well as material about the Society 
                  of Hobsonites. 
                Gift of the Society of Hobsonites, 1953. 
Subjects:       Afro-Americans -- Professional education -- Kansas -- Parsons. 
                Afro-Americans -- Education (Higher) -- Kansas -- Parsons. 
                Bowles, Darius W. Hobson Normal Institute (Parsons, Kan.) 
                Iowa Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends. 
                Society of Friends -- Iowa. 
                Society of Hobsonites. 
                Teachers colleges -- Kansas -- Parsons. 
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.53
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A591


Author:          Home for Destitute Colored Children, Philadelphia, Pa.
Title:           Records, 1894
Description:     .5 linear ft. (33 items)
Notes:           Established in 1855 in Philadelphia, Pa. Correspondence, financial 
                   papers, minutes, deeds, applications, and property reports. 
                 Gift of Maxwell Whitman, 1951.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.55
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A722


Author:          Houston, Charles Hamilton, 1895-1950
Title:           Papers, 1957-1950 (bulk 1922-1950)
Description:     20 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American attorney, educator, and advocate of civil rights and 
                   educational desegregation; vice-dean, Howard University School 
                   of Law (1929-1935).  Personal and family papers, documents 
                   concerning Houston's education and academic career, correspondence, 
                   writings by and about Houston, writings by others, documents 
                   relating to organizations with which Houston was affiliated, 
                   financial and insurance papers, case files, documents relating 
                   to organizations for which Houston served as legal counsel, 
                   printed legal briefs, and photographs.  Includes correspondence 
                   and other materials relating to Houston's legal work with the 
                   National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the 
                   firm Houston, Houston, Hastie & Waddy, the Association of 
                   Colored Railway Trainmen and Locomotive Firemen, and the 
                   International Association of Railway Employees. Also includes 
                   papers of Houston's father, William.
                 Gift of Charles Houston, Jr., 1973. 
Subjects:        Afro-American college administrators -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh 
                 Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh 
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Education. 
                 Association of Colored Railway Trainmen and Locomotive Firemen. 
                 Case files. lcsh 
                 Howard University. School of Law. 
                 International Association of Railway Employees. 
                 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
                 Segregation in education -- United States.
                 Trade-unions -- Afro-American membership.
                 Trade-unions -- Railroads.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A758


Author:           Howard, Andrew Jackson, Jr., 1897-1969
Title:            Papers, 1943-1965
Description:      1 linear ft. (2 v.)
Notes:            Afro-American lawyer and judge, of Washington, D.C.   Relates to 
                    Howard's career as Assistant District Attorney and as Municipal 
                    Court Judge in the District of Columbia. Scrapbooks containing 
                    clippings, correspondence, and memorabilia documenting Howard's 
                    legal career and social activities in Washington, D.C. 
Subjects:         Afro-American judges -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                  Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                  Courts -- Washington (D.C.) 
                  Practice of law -- Washington (D.C.) 
                  Scrapbooks -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh 
                  Washington (D.C.) -- Social life and customs. 
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:       4.72.56
NUCMC #:            DCLV96-A589


Author:           Howard, Oliver Otis, 1830-1909
Title:            Papers, 1850-1906
Description:      6 linear ft.
Notes:            Army officer and educator; founder and president of Howard 
                    University. - Correspondence (1850-1906), diaries, articles, 
                    speeches, memorabilia, genealogy, and other papers. Contains
                    correspondence with outstanding individuals such as Abraham 
                    Lincoln, General William T. Sherman, and James G. Blaine. 
                    Includes material relating to Howard's service in the Indian 
                    wars, particularly fighting Chief Joseph; early Howard 
                    University materials, proceedings regarding the First 
                    Congregational Church, Washington, D.C., and photographs.  
                    There is little concerning his Civil War service or work 
                    with the Freedmen's Bureau. 
                  Gifts of the Howard family, 1942-1961. 
Subjects:         Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                    of black African ancestry); Education
                  Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                    of black African ancestry); Religion
                  Army officers; Howard, Oliver Otis
                  Bannock Indians; Wars, 1878
                  Chief Joseph (Indian chief)
                  Civil War, 1861-1865; Campaigns and battles
                  Congregational Church; Washington, D.C.
                  First Congregational Church, Washington, D.C.
                  Freedmen's Bureau
                  Gilmore, Eliza O. H.
                  Howard family; Genealogy
                  Howard University; History
                  Howard University, Washington, D.C; President
                  Indians; Wars; 19th century
                  Indians of North America; Idaho
                  Indians of North America; Montana
                  Indians of North America; Oregon
                  Indians of North America; Washington (territory)
                  Joseph, Nez Percé chief, 1840-1904
                  Nez Percé Indians; Wars; 1877
                  United States Military Academy; Student life
                  United States Military Academy; Students; Howard, Oliver Otis
                  United States; Officers' military and personal papers; 
                    19th and 20th centuries; 1850s and after
                  Washington, D.C.; Churches; First Congregational Church
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:        4.72.57
NUCMC #:             MS 83-1238


Author:           Howard University Men and Women in the Armed Forces
Title:            Collection, 1941-1946
Description:      1.5 linear ft.
Notes:            Consists of correspondence, press releases, and name and address 
                    files of Howard University graduates who served in the armed 
                    forces during World War II. See also Prometheans, Inc. Records. 
                  Gift of James M. Nabrit, Jr., 1958.
Subjects:         Blacks; Medical affairs; World War II
                  Howard University; Moorland-Spingarn Research Center; 
                    Letters from Howard University Men and Women in the 
                    Armed Forces
                  Howard University, Washington, D.C.
                  World War II (1939-1945); Blacks; Troops
                  World War II (1939-1945); Education; Colleges and universities
                  World War II, 1939-1945; Miscellanea; Letters from Howard 
                    University Men and Women in the Armed Forces
                  World War II, 1939-1945; Personal narratives
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.58
NUCMC #:          MS 62-4288


Author:           Hubbard, Charlotte Moton, 1912- 
Title:            Papers, 1934-1970
Description:      3.5 linear ft.
Notes:            Educator, public relations officer and government official.  
                    Correspondence, press releases, scrapbooks, clippings, 
                    programs, memorabilia, tape recordings, photos, and other 
                    papers, from Hubbard's career in public relations in 
                    government and the private sector and her early career as 
                    a teacher at Hampton Institute (Va.).  Best documented is 
                    her service as U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for 
                    public affairs, 1964-1970, and her work with the creative 
                    dance group at Hampton Institute before World War II.  
                    Most of the correspondence consists of letters of 
                    congratulation on her appointment as deputy assistant 
                    secretary. Includes biographical material on Hubbard's 
                    father, Robert Russa Moton. 
                  Gift of Mrs. Hubbard, 1971. 
Subjects:         Charities and charitable societies; Washington, D.C.; 
                    United Givers Fund
                  Colleges and universities; Virginia
                  Dances and dancing
                  Federal Security Agency; Community War Services Office; 
                    Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), recreation representative
                  Gartenhaus, Stanley
                  Girl Scouts of America; Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), 
                    community relations advisor
                  Hampton Institute; Creative Dance Group
                  Hampton Institute (Va.); Faculty member's papers
                  Johnson, Lyndon Baines
                  Moton, Charlotte
                  Moton, Robert R. (Robert Russa), 1867-1940
                  Public relations
                  Radio stations; Washington, D.C.; WLIB
                  State Department; Public Affairs; Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), 
                    deputy assistant secretary
                  Television stations; Washington, D.C.; WTOP
                  Tuskegee Institute; Principals; Moton, Robert Russa
                  United Givers Fund, Washington, D.C.
                  United States; Department of State; Deputy Assistant Secretary of 
                    State for Public Affairs
                  Virginia; Education; Colleges and universities
                  WLIB (radio station), Washington, D.C.
                  WTOP (television station), Washington, D.C.
                  Washington, D.C.; Radio stations; WLIB
                  Washington, D.C.; Television stations; WTOP
                  Washington, D.C.; United Givers Fund
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:       4.72.59
NUCMC #:            MS 83-1239


Author:           Hughes, Revella, 1895-1987
Title:            Papers, 1909-1987
Description:      1.5 linear ft.
Notes:            Afro-American jazz and classical pianist and organist, singer, 
                    and choral director; known professionally as Carmela Desche. 
                    Personal papers, correspondence, programs (1927-1985),
                    a scrapbook, photographs, and audiotapes of original phonograph 
                    recordings, relating to Hughes's musical career. Other materials 
                    relating to Hughes are held by Marshall University, Huntington, 
                    West Va. 
                  Gifts of Revella Hughes, 1982-1985. 
Subjects:         Afro-American women musicians. lcsh 
                  Afro-Americans -- Music. 
                  Audiotapes. lcsh Programs. lcsh
                  Organists -- United States. lcsh 
                  Pianists -- United States. lcsh 
                  Women jazz musicians -- United States. lcsh 
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:            DCLV96-A910


Author:           Hunt, William Henry, 1869-1951
Title:            Papers, 1898-1941
Description:      6 linear ft.
Notes:            U.S. consular and diplomatic official.  Chiefly correspondence 
                    of Hunt's wife, Ida Gibbs Hunt; together with programs, 
                    clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, photos, and other papers, 
                    relating to Hunt's diplomatic and organizational appointments 
                    and activities. 
                  Gift.
Subjects:         Consular service; United States
                  Diplomatic service (United States); 20th century
                  Diplomats; Hunt, William Henry
                  France; Diplomatic and consular service; Hunt, William Henry, 
                    consul
                  France; Social life and customs
                  Gibbs, Ida
                  Guadeloupe; Diplomatic and consular services; Hunt, William Henry, 
                    consul
                  Hunt, Ida Gibbs (b. Ida Gibbs)
                  Liberia; Diplomatic and consular service; Hunt, William Henry, 
                    legation secretary
                  Madagascar; Diplomatic and consular service; Hunt, William Henry, 
                    consul
                  Photographs; Hunt, William Henry
                  Portugal; Diplomatic and consular service; Hunt, William Henry, 
                    consul
                  Race relations
                  Washington, D.C.; Social life and customs
Location:         Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                    (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:       4.72.60
NUCMC #:            MS 83-1240


Author:          Jenkins-Montgomery Family
Title:           Papers, 1795-1888
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Consists of biographical data, birth, death and marriage records of 
                   Richard and Phyllis Jenkins and Robert and Ann Mary (Jenkins) 
                   Montgomery and their children, of South Carolina. 
                 Gift of Conrad Odell Pearson, 1961. 
Subjects:        Afro-American families. 
                 Genealogy; Jenkins family
                 Genealogy; Montgomery family
                 Jenkins, Phillis. 
                 Jenkins, Richard, fl. 1812. 
                 Jenkins family. 
                 Montgomery, Ann Mary Jenkins, b. 1829. 
                 Montgomery, Robert, fl. 1848. 
                 Montgomery family. 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS #:            4.72.62
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A499


Author:          Johnson, Campbell Carrington, 1895-1968
Title:           Papers, 1940-1955
Description:     15 linear ft.
Notes:           Lawyer and U.S. Army officer. Official correspondence from 
                   Johnson's career with the Selective Service System, including 
                   case files and general subject files; speeches and statements 
                   by Johnson on the social and military status of blacks; 
                   autobiography and biographical material; and newspaper 
                   clippings, War Dept. press releases, and photos, relating 
                   chiefly to blacks in the armed forces.  Includes material 
                   relating to Johnson's civic activities in Washington, 
                   D.C., particularly in the field of social work and concerns. 
                 Gifts of Col. Johnson, 1947, 1970-1971. 
Subjects:        Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                   black African ancestry); Social life and customs
                 Armed Forces; Afro-Americans
                 Blacks; Medical affairs; Military affairs
                 Howard University; Students; Johnson, Campbell C.
                 Lawyers; Johnson, Campbell C.
                 Race relations
                 Selective Service Board
                 Selective Service System; Johnson, Campbell C., assistant director
                 Social workers; Johnson, Campbell C.
                 Social work; Washington, D.C.
                 United States; Officers' military and personal papers; 
                   20th century; 1940s and after
                 United States; Selective Service System (1940-)
                 Washington, D.C; Charitable and social work
                 Washington, D.C; Civic and community affairs
                 Washington, D.C.; Young Men's Christian Association
                 World War II, 1939-1945; Afro-Americans
                 Young Men's Christian Association; Washington, D.C.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS #:            4.72.63
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1241


Author:          Johnson, Georgia Douglass, 1877-1966
Title:           Papers, 1930s-1960s
Description:     5 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American poet, lyricist, essayist, playwright, novelist, and 
                   musician, of Washington, D.C. Personal papers, correspondence, 
                   writings, and photographs reflecting Johnson's literary 
                   activities and her involvement with the "New Negro Renaissance" 
                   in Washington, D.C. Correspondents include William Braithwaite, 
                   W.E.B. Du Bois, Zora Hurston, Wallace Thurman, and Jean Toomer. 
                 Gift, 1992. 
Subjects:        Afro-American authors -- Washington (D.C.)
                 Afro-American women authors -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Afro-American women musicians -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                 Afro-American women novelists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Afro-American women poets -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Washington (D.C.) -- Intellectual life. 
                 American literature -- Afro-American authors.
                 American literature -- 20th century. 
                 Braithwaite, William Stanley, 1878-1962, correspondent. 
                 Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963, 
                   correspondent.
                 Hurston, Zora Neale, correspondent. Thurman, Wallace, 1902-1934, 
                   correspondent.
                 Lyricists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Toomer, Jean, 1894-1967, correspondent. 
                 Washington (D.C.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
                 Women dramatists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A944


Author:          Johnson, Joseph L., 1895-?
Title:           Papers, 1960-1970
Description:     3 linear ft.
Notes:           Professor of physiology and dean, College of Medicine, Howard 
                   University.  Personal correspondence, biographical information, 
                   and material from Johnson's affiliations with medical and civic 
                   organizations and Howard College of Medicine; together with 
                   correspondence and clippings of Dr. Percy Harris, a black 
                   physician, concerning his attempt to purchase a lot in a white 
                   residential section of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
                 Gift. 
Subjects:        Blacks; Medical affairs; Hospitals; Physicians
                 Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Integration and segregation, Racial
                 Harris, Percy
                 Housing; Discrimination; Iowa
                 Howard University, Washington, D.C; College of Medicine
                 Howard University, Washington, D.C; Faculty members' papers
                 Integration and segregation, Racial; Housing; Iowa
                 Iowa; Race relations; Integration and segregation
                 Medical education; 20th century; Washington, D.C.
                 Medicine; Organizations and societies
                 Physicians; Blacks
                 Physiology; Teachers and teaching
                 Teachers and teaching; Physiology
                 Washington, D.C; Civic and community affairs
                 Washington, D.C; Education; Colleges and universities; 
                   Medical schools
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.46
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1242


Author:          Johnson, Mordecai W., 1890-1976
Title:           Papers, 1913-1976
Description:     21 linear feet
Notes:           Afro-American minister and educator; president of Howard University 
                   (1926-1960).  Family and personal papers, correspondence, writings 
                   by and about Johnson, divinity school education materials, programs, 
                   documents relating to Johnson's three-year tenure as a member of the 
                   District of Columbia Board of Education, materials from organizations 
                   with which Johnson was affiliated, financial papers, address books 
                   and datebooks, photographs, and memorabilia relating chiefly to 
                   Johnson's activities before and after his tenure as president of 
                   Howard University as a minister and civic leader.  Includes materials 
                   about Johnson's work as student secretary for the International 
                   Committee of the YMCA (1916-17) and about his role in establishing 
                   a branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored 
                   People at Charleston, W. Va. Correspondents include Nannie Burroughs, 
                   Louis Cramton, Stanley Durkee, John Hope, Benjamin Mays, Jesse Moorland, 
                   Walter White, and Carter G. Woodson. 
                 Gift of William E. Johnson, 1977.
Subjects:        Afro-American clergy. lcsh
                 Afro-American college presidents -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh
                 Afro-American college teachers. lcsh 
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights -- West Virginia -- Charleston.
                 Afro-Americans -- Education -- Washington (D.C.)
                 Afro-Americans -- Religion.
                 Board of Education.
                 Burroughs, Nannie Helen, 1879-, correspondent.
                 Charleston, West Virginia Branch.
                 Cramton, Louis C. (Louis Convers), b. 1875, correspondent.
                 District of Columbia.
                 Durkee, J. Stanley (James Stanley), 1866-1951, correspondent.
                 Hope, John, 1868-1936, correspondent.
                 International Committee.
                 Mays, Benjamin E. (Benjamin Elijah), 1894-1984, correspondent.
                 Moorland, Jesse Edward, 1863-1940, correspondent.
                 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
                 White, Walter Francis, 1893-1955, correspondent.
                 Woodson, Carter Godwin, 1875-1950, correspondent.
                 YMCA of the USA. 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A834


Author:          Joiner, William A., 1869 - ?
Title:           Papers, 1866-1950
Description:     7 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American educator, administrator, attorney, and author. 
                   Family and personal papers, correspondence, organizational
                   affiliation records, teaching and educational material, 
                   documents concerning Wilberforce University in Ohio, and 
                   Howard University and M Street High in Washington, D.C.  Also
                   included are school writings by Joiner, financial papers, 
                   memorabilia, and photographs relating to Joiner's activities. 
                   Includes material relating to the education of Afro-Americans 
                   in Washington, D.C.; together with the Neill family papers, 
                   comprised of legal papers belonging to attorney James Lincoln 
                   Neill of Washington, D.C., and financial records pertaining to 
                   the Washington Association of Congregational Churches.
Subjects:        Afro-American college administrators -- Ohio -- Wilberforce. lcsh
                 Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Afro-American teachers. lcsh 
                 Afro-Americans -- Education -- Washington (D.C.)
                 Neal family. Wilberforce University. 
                 Neill, James Lincoln. 
                 Neill family. 
                 Washington Association of Congregational Churches.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                     (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:        4.72.143
NUCMC #:             DCLV96-A501


Author:          Jones, Louia Vaughn, 1895-1965
Title:           Collection, 1912-1960
Description:     2.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Violinist; teacher at Howard University School of Music.  Scrapbooks 
                   (4 v.), biographical material, and other papers, documenting Jones's 
                   career, including his work as assistant bandleader with American 
                   Expeditionary Forces during World War I. 
                 Gift of Grace Jones, 1969. 
Subjects:        Bands (Music); Military; World War I
                 Bands (Music); World War I
                 Howard University; Faculty; Jones, Louia Vaughn
                 Howard University, Washington, D.C; Faculty members' papers
                 Howard University, Washington, D.C; School of Music
                 Music and musical affairs; Education, instruction and study; 
                   Washington,  D.C.
                 United States; American Expeditionary Force (1917-1920); Bands
                 Vaughn, Jennie
                 Violin music and violinists
                 Violinists, violoncellists, etc.; Jones, Louia Vaughn
                 Washington, D.C; Education; Music schools
                 World War (1914-1918); Cultural affairs; Music and musical affairs; 
                   Bands
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.65
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1243


Author:          Just, Ernest Everett, 1883-1941
Title:           Papers, 1910-1941
Description:     13.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Professor of zoology, Howard University.  Documents Just's 
                   activities as head of the Department of Zoology at Howard 
                   University.  Chiefly correspondence, drafts of writings, 
                   reprints, and notes; together with biographical material,
                   financial papers, memorabilia, and photos.  Includes drafts 
                   of chapters of Just's book, The Biology of the Cell Surface 
                   (1939). Correspondence is in English, German, French, and 
                   Italian. Correspondents include Helgo W. Culeman, E.P. Davis, 
                   L.V. Heilbrunn, Mordecai W. Johnson, Frank R. Lillie, Ralph 
                   Lillie, Jacques Loeb, and Charles H. Thompson. 
                 Gift of Louis A. Hansborough, 1974. 
Subjects:        The Biology of the Cell Surface
                 Carnegie Corporation
                 Cells
                 Culeman, Helgo W.
                 Davis, Edward Porter, 1879-1938
                 Heilbrunn, L. V. (Lewis Victor), 1892-
                 Howard University; Faculty; Just, Ernest Everett
                 Howard University; Medical School
                 Howard University, Washington, D.C; Faculty members' papers
                 Howard University; Zoology Department
                 Johnson, Mordecai Wyatt, 1890-1976
                 Julius Rosenwald Fund
                 Lillie, Frank Rattray, 1870-1947
                 Lillie, Ralph Dougall, 1896-
                 Loeb, Jacques, 1859-1924
                 Schrader, Franz
                 Special funds; Julius Rosenwald Fund
                 Teachers and teaching; Zoology
                 Thompson, Charles H.
                 Zoologists; Just, Ernest Everett
                 Zoology; Education; Teachers and teaching
                 Zoology; Study and teaching
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.66
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1244


Author:          Kinsley, Edward W. 1830-?
Title:           Collection, 1862-1865
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Abolitionist, merchant, and agent for the state of Massachusetts. 
                   Correspondence, military passes, financial receipts, 
                   announcements, and biographical notes relating chiefly to 
                   Kingsley's role in recruiting Afro-Americans as members of 
                   volunteer companies during the Civil War.  Correspondence 
                   includes material relating to the 54th and 55th Massachusetts 
                   Infantry regiments. 
                 Gift of John W. Blassingame, 1974.
Subjects:        Abolitionists -- Massachusetts. lcsh 
                 United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 54th 
                   (1863-1865)
                 United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 55th 
                   (1863-1865)
                 United States. Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- Civil War, 
                   1861-1865.
                 United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, 
                   Afro-American.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.144
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A508 


Author:          Kittrell, Flemmie P., 1904-1980
Title:           Papers, 1924-1980
Description:     11.5 linear feet
Notes:           Home Economist, and educator. Correspondence, writings, photographs, printed
                    material, and affiliated organizations document the accomplishments of Dr. 
                    Kittrell in the field of Home Economics at Howard 
                    University and abroad.
                 Gift, 1985.
Subjects:        Congo Polytech Institute
                 Howard University, Home Economics Department
                 Technical Cooperation Mission (TCM), American Embassy, New Delhi
                 University of Baroda, India
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)


Author:          Lane, Layle, 1893-1976
Title:           Papers, 1896-1973
Description:     1 linear feet
Notes:           Educator, labor journalist, and political and civil rights activist. 
                   Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and memorabilia 
                   document portions of her life in the United States and abroad,
                   including her travels to Haiti and Mexico.  The papers also 
                   reflect Miss Lane's role as a prominent socialist who ran 
                   unsuccessfully for public office numerous times in New York City. 
                 Gift, Mrs. Ruth Brueilly, 1976.
Subjects:        American Federation of Teachers
                 Brown v. Board of Education


Author:          Langston, John Mercer, 1829-1897
Title:           Collection, 1870-1891
Description:     2 linear ft. (4 v.)
Notes:           Afro-American lawyer, politician, and diplomat; acting president 
                   of Howard University, 1873-1875; president of Virginia
                   Normal and Collegiate Institute, 1885-1888.  Scrapbooks 
                   containing newspaper clippings, broadsides, programs, and 
                   invitations relating to race relations and politics in the 
                   United States.  Includes information about the Virginia Normal 
                   and Collegiate Institute (now Virginia State University) in 
                   Petersburg, Va., and the John G. Whittier Historical 
                   Association in Memphis, Tenn. 
Subjects:        Afro-American college presidents.  lcsh 
                 Afro-American diplomats. lcsh 
                 Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh 
                 Afro-American politicians -- Virginia. lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
                 John G. Whittier Historical Association (Memphis, Tenn.) 
                 Scrapbooks. lcsh 
                 United States -- Race relations. 
                 United States -- Politics and government -- 1877-1881.
                 Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute. 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.67
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A595


Author:          Langworthy, Charles Ford, 1864-?
Title:           Papers, 1916-1920
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Chemist, nutritionist. Contains biographical data, correspondence, 
                   financial papers, and notes related to his work with the U.S. Dept. of 
                   Agriculture. 
                 Acquired, 1957.
Subjects:        Agriculture Department; Home Economics Office; Langworthy, Charles Ford, chief
                 Chemists; Langworthy, Charles Ford
                 Nutrition; Research
                 Nutritionists; Langworthy, Charles Ford 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.68
NUCMC #:           MS 62-4287


Author:          Lewis, Thomas Narven, 1892-1931
Title:           Collection, 1898-1934
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Liberian physician.  Compiled by Augusta H. Clawson from papers 
                   of her father and from her own inquiries into the life of Lewis. 
                   Includes letters from Lewis to Frank Clawson and a biographical
                   sketch of Lewis. Also contains academic records and programs from 
                   Lincoln University, pamphlets pertaining to Storer College, 
                   photographs, and samples of the Bassa language alphabet which Lewis 
                   devised.
                 Gift, 1958.
Subjects:        Africa; Languages
                 Bassa language
                 Clawson, Augusta
                 Clawson, Frank
                 Colleges and universities; West Virginia
                 Educators; Lewis, Thomas Narven
                 Language and languages; Africa
                 Liberia; History; World War I, 1914-1918
                 Liberia; Politics
                 Lincoln University; Students; Lewis, Thomas Narven
                 Physicians; Lewis, Thomas Narven
                 Storer College, Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
                 West Virginia; Education; Colleges and universities
                 World War I, 1914-1918; Liberia
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.69
NUCMC #:           MS 62-4286


Author:          Lochard, Metz T. B., 1896-1984
Title:           Papers, 1930s-1970s
Description:     1.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American educator, journalist, editor, and advocate of 
                   civil rights. Personal papers, correspondence, writings,
                   and photographs relating to Lochard's activities as a professor 
                   at Howard University and as chief editorial writer of the 
                   Chicago Defender newspaper. Includes drafts of his
                   ms. of The Negro Press.
Subjects:        Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh
                 Afro-American journalists -- Illinois -- Chicago. lcsh
                 Afro-American newspapers -- Illinois -- Chicago.
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. Howard University. 
                 Afro-Americans in the newspaper industry.
                 Chicago defender (Chicago, Ill. : 1909) 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.145
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A509


Author:          Locke, Alain LeRoy, 1885-1954
Title:           Papers, 1841-1954 (bulk 1898-1954)
Description:     116 linear feet
Notes:           Afro-American teacher, philosopher, author, and critic. 
                   Correspondence; writings, including speeches, lectures, 
                   books, articles, reviews, and notes, relating to Locke's 
                   involvement in Afro-American and African literature and 
                   art and his role in the Harlem Renaissance; family papers, 
                   including correspondence, certificates, and legal and
                   financial papers, of his grandfather, Ishmael Locke, and 
                   parents, Pliny and Mary Hawkins Locke; financial documents; 
                   organizational materials; and photographs. Includes material
                   relating to Locke's involvement with Howard University and 
                   its community, with the Associates in Negro Folk Education 
                   and American Association for Adult Education, and with various 
                   organizations advocating cultural pluralism, including the 
                   Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion and the 
                   Progressive Education Association.  Persons represented by 
                   correspondence and/or mss. include Richmond Barthâe, 
                   Countee Cullen, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Charles 
                   S. Johnson, and Renâe Maran.  Bequest of Alain Locke. 
                   Locke's collection of sheet music, his personal library,
                   and his art collection are also held by Howard University.
Subjects:        African literature. 
                 Afro-American arts. 
                 Afro-American authors. lcsh 
                 Afro-American intellectuals. lcsh 
                 Afro-American philosophy. 
                 Afro-American teachers. lcsh 
                 Afro-Americans -- Education. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Intellectual life. 
                 American Association for Adult Education. 
                 American literature -- Afro-American authors. 
                 Art, African. 
                 Associates in Negro Folk Education. 
                 Barthâe, Richmond, 1901-1989. 
                 Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion 
                   in Relation to the Democratic Way of Life. 
                 Critics. lcsh 
                 Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946. 
                 Harlem Renaissance. 
                 Howard University. 
                 Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967. 
                 Hurston, Zora Neale. 
                 Johnson, Charles Spurgeon, 1893-1956. 
                 Locke, Ishmael. 
                 Locke, Mary Hawkins. 
                 Locke, Pliny. 
                 Maran, Renâe, 1887-1960. 
                 Multiculturalism -- United States. 
                 Progressive Education Association (U.S.)
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A1041 


Author:          Logan, James Reginald, 1948-1954
Title:           Collection, 1948-1954
Description:     6.5 linear ft. (33 v.)
Notes:           Musician, Afro-American born in Charleston, S.C. and first Afro-
                   American employed at the Charleston Navy Yard.  Scrapbooks 
                   containing newspaper clippings from major Afro-American newspapers 
                   (The Pittsburgh Courier, Baltimore Afro-American, 
                   New York Age, and the Columbia S.C. Lighthouse and 
                   Informer) relating to social, political, and economic events of 
                   the period. All scrapbooks have been microfilmed, and the originals 
                   do not circulate. 
                 Gift of M.S. McCaskill, 1959. 
Subjects:        Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Economic conditions. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Politics and government. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Social conditions -- to 1964. 
                 Scrapbooks. lcsh 
                 United States -- Race relations. 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.70
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A606


Author:          Logan, Rayford Whittingham, 1897-1982
Title:           Papers, 1917-1980s
Description:     44 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American historian, administrator, author, civil rights 
                   activist, and Howard University faculty member. Personal and 
                   family papers, teaching materials, correspondence, travel 
                   documents, speeches, writings and book reviews, organizational 
                   files, subject files, printed materials, photographs, memorabilia, 
                   and audiotapes and films, relating to Logan's activities as a 
                   scholar and advocate of human rights.  Includes materials relating 
                   to his association with Alpha Phi Alpha, Howard University, the 
                   Peace Corps, and Unesco, and to the preparation of the Dictionary 
                   of American Negro Biography (1982). Dictionary of American Negro 
                   Biography files restricted. 
                 Gift of Michael Winston, 1983. 
Subjects:        Afro-American authors -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                 Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                 Afro-American historians -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
                 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. 
                 Human rights workers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Human rights advocacy. 
                 Howard University -- Faculty. 
                 Peace Corps (U.S.) 
                 Unesco.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A946


Author:          Louisiana.
Title:           Records, 1817-1903
Description:     1.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Photocopies and microfilm copies of originals. Letters, personal 
                    papers, census data, reports, newspaper clippings, and excerpts 
                    from publications, of and relating to free people of color in 
                    New Orleans, La. Includes excerpts of publications.  
                 Gift of John Blassingame. 
Subjects:        Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                    black African ancestry); Louisiana; Records
                 Blacks; Louisiana
                 Census; Louisiana
                 Freedmen; Louisiana
                 Louisiana; Afro-Americans
                 Louisiana; History
                 Louisiana; Population elements; Blacks
                 Louisiana; Records
                 New Orleans, La.; Population elements; Blacks
                 New Orleans, Louisiana; Afro-Americans
                 Republican Party; The South
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.71
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A946


Author:          Lovett, Edward, 1902-1977
Title:           Papers, 1932-1977
Description:     1 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American lawyer and civil servant, of Washington, D.C. 
                   Writings, correspondence, and legal briefs pertaining to 
                   Lovett's legal career; together with materials documenting 
                   the activities of Lovett's wife Louise as a playwright and 
                   camp director. Includes briefs of civil rights cases prepared 
                   for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored 
                   People and documents relating to Lovett's work in the Legal 
                   Division of the United States Housing Authority and his 
                   affiliation with the American Council on Human Rights, 
                   Washington, D.C. Council. 
Subjects:        Afro-American lawyers -- Washington (D.C.). lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Housing. 
                 Afro-Americans -- Legal status, laws, etc. 
                 American Council on Human Rights. Washington, D.C. Council. 
                 Camps -- Management. 
                 Case files. aat Legal documents. lcsh 
                 Lovett, Louise. 
                 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
                 United States Housing Authority. Legal Division. 
                 Women dramatists, American. lcsh 
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A835


Author:          Loving, Walter Howard, 1872-1945
Title:           Papers, 1872-1983 (bulk 1899-1925)
Description:     1.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American musician, organizer of the Philippine Constabulary 
                   Band, and intelligence officer.  Biographical data, 
                   correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs, announcements, 
                   and reviews relating to the Philippine Constabulary Band, 
                   research materials, photographs, and musical compositions. 
                   Includes correspondence between Loving and the Chief of Military 
                   Intelligence concerning alleged unrest among Afro-American 
                   soldiers and alleged subversive acts by Afro-American 
                   civilians during World War I.
                Gifts of Edith Loving, 1983 and Claiborne T. Richardson, 1984.
Subjects:       Afro-American musicians. lcsh
                Afro-American soldiers. 
                Bandmasters. lcsh 
                Intelligence officers -- United States. lcsh 
                Military intelligence -- United States.
                Philippine Constabulary. Band. 
                United States. Army -- Afro-American troops.
                United States. War Dept. Military Intelligence Division. 
                World War, 1914-1918 -- Afro-Americans. 
                World War, 1914-1918 -- Military intelligence -- United States.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche:       4.72.72
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A510


Author:         Lucas, Townsend McKinley, 1930-?
Title:          Collection, 1948-1958
Description:    .25 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American New York Port Authority official. Correspondence, 
                  photographs, newsclippings, and pamphlets relating chiefly to 
                  political activities in Africa, particularly Liberia, from ca. 
                  1950 to 1955; together with a scrapbook containing biographical 
                  data relating to Lucas and his family. Includes materials about 
                  Haile Selassie, the Emperor of Ethiopia. 
                Gift of Townsend M. Lucas, 1958. 
Subjects:       Afro-Americans -- Liberia. Africa -- History -- 1884-1960.
                Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia, 1892-1975.
                Liberia -- History -- 1944-1971. 
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche:       4.72.73
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A527


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