MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS (S-Z)



Author:          Settle, Josiah Thomas, 1850-1915
Title:           Papers, 1879-1915
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American lawyer and one of the first graduates of Howard 
                   University.  Correspondence, programs, an autograph album, 
                   a newspaper clipping, and diplomas relating to Settle's 
                   activities at Howard University and as a member of the 
                   Mississippi State Legislature.  Correspondents include 
                   Frederick Douglass and Oliver Otis Howard.
Subjects:        Afro-American college students -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh 
                 Afro-American legislators -- Mississippi. lcsh
                 Douglass, Frederick, 1817?-1895, correspondent. 
                 Howard University. Mississippi. Legislature.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.98
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A629


Author:          Sidney Hollander Foundation
Title:           Records, 1941-1964
Description:     3 linear ft.
Notes:           Established 1941. Chiefly records relating to the foundation's 
                   annual award recognizing outstanding contributions toward the 
                   achievement of equal rights and opportunities for blacks in                   in Maryland, including correspondence, minutes, nominations, speeches of recipients, reports, 
                   press releases, clippings, programs, scrapbook, and recordings 
                   of award presentations; together with clippings and articles 
                   about Sidney Hollander, Sr. (b. 1881), for whom the foundation 
                   was named.
                 Gift of Sidney Hollander, Jr. 
Subjects:        Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                   of black African ancestry); Maryland
                 Awards; Civil rights
                 Baltimore, Md.; Civil rights
                 Civil rights; 20th century; Maryland
                 Foundations, Charitable and educational; Maryland
                 Foundations; Sidney Hollander Foundation
                 Hollander (Sidney) Foundation, Baltimore, Md.
                 Hollander, Sidney, 1881-1972
                 Maryland; Civil rights
                 Race relations; Maryland
                 Race relations; 20th century; 1940s and after
                 School integration; Maryland
                 Sidney Hollander Foundation, Baltimore, Md.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.54
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1253


Author:          Simms Family
Title:           Papers, 1802-1965 (bulk 1830-1930)
Description:     1 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American residents of Washington, D.C. Biographical 
                   information about John A. Simms, Sr., Martha Ann Simms, 
                   John A. Simms, Jr., and John A. Simms, III; together with 
                   materials documenting the history of the Columbian Harmony 
                   Society, the Union Bethel A.M.E. Church, and the Metropolitan 
                   A.M.E. Church in Washington, D.C.  Also contains correspondence 
                   of Franklin Adams and his wife, Harriet Chalmers Adams, the 
                   first woman geographer.
                 Gift of James W. Jones, 1972. 
Subjects:        Afro-American churches -- Washington (D.C.)
                 Columbian Harmony Society. 
                 Metropolitan A.M.E. Church (Washington, D.C.) 
                 Simms, John A., b. 1830. d. 1930.
                 Simms, John A., 1886-1966. 
                 Simms, Martha Ann, b. 1824.
                 Union Bethel Church (Washington, D.C.)
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.99
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A532


Author:          Slowe, Lucy Diggs, 1883-1937
Title:           Papers, 1919-1943
Description:     6 linear ft.
Notes:           First Dean of Women, Howard University, 1922-1937; civic leader; 
                   previously teacher and principal in Washington public schools.  
                   Correspondence, speeches, writings, class notes, curriculum, 
                   administrative, and organizational material, scrapbooks, 
                   clippings, printed matter, memorabilia, photos, and family and 
                   other papers.  Also contains organizational materials about the 
                   Deans and Advisors of Women in Colored Schools, and the National 
                   Association of College Women.  Includes obituaries and letters 
                   of condolence on Slowe's death.  
                Gift of Morgan State College, Baltimore, Md., 1966. 
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.100
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1254


Author:         Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874
Title:          Collection, 1843-1871
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Printed circulars written by Smith, a noted philanthropist, social 
                  reformer, and abolitionist, concerning women's suffrage, prison 
                  reform, temperance, the abolitionist movement in the United States, 
                  and the American Colonization Society.
Subjects:       Abolitionists -- United States. lcsh 
                American Colonization Society
                Anti-slavery movements -- United States.
                Prison reformers -- United States. lcsh
                Social reformers -- United States. lcsh
                Temperance -- United States. Slavery -- United States.
                Women -- Suffrage -- United States. Prisons -- United States.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.101
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A707


Author:         Spaulding, Asa T. (Timothy), 1902-1990
Title:          Papers, 1954-1983
Description:    1 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American actuary and businessman; employee and president of 
                  North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company (1933-1968).  
                  Personal and family papers, writings and speeches, biographical 
                  materials, honors, awards, and photographs relating chiefly to 
                  Spaulding's career. Speeches about economics, insurance, politics, 
                  travel, and race relations.  Includes material documenting his 
                  wife Elna Spaulding's involvement with Women-in-Action for the 
                  Prevention of Violence and Its Causes, Inc.
                Gifts of Asa T. Spaulding, 1970-1980.
Subjects:       Actuaries -- North Carolina. 
                Afro-American executives -- North Carolina.
                Afro-Americans in business -- North Carolina.
                North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company.
                Spaulding, Elna B. (Elna Bridgeforth)
                Women-in-Action for the Prevention of Violence and Its Causes, Inc.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A843


Author:         Spaulding, Myra L.
Title:          Papers, 1892-1922
Description:    .5 linear ft. 
Notes:          Afro-American civil servant, educator, and researcher of Washington, 
                  D.C.  Correspondence, printed material, and other papers.  Also 
                  contains a map of Washington, D.C. indicating church locations.  
                  Related materials filed in the repository's Prints and Photographs 
                  Department. 
Subjects:       Afro-American women -- Washington (D.C.)
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.102
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A531


Author:         Spiller, Isabele Taliaferro, 1888-1974
Title:          Papers, ca. 1906-1954
Description:    3 linear ft.
Notes:          Musician, music educator of New York, N.Y.  Papers relating to the 
                  musical activities of Spiller and her husband, William N. Spiller 
                  (1876-1944), including broadsides, programs, and photos, from their 
                  musical group, the Musical Spillers, material relating to their 
                  school of music, and photos documenting Mrs. Spiller's work with 
                  various other music projects, including Federal Music Project, 
                  Harlem Evening School, and Wadleigh High School; together with 
                  biographical material on members of the Taliaferro and Spiller 
                  families.  See also Andy Razaf Papers.
                Gifts of Mrs. Spiller, 1952-1960.
Subjects:       Blacks; Cultural affairs; Music and musical affairs
                Concerts; Programs
                Continuing and evening education
                Federal Music Project; New York, N.Y.
                Harlem Evening School, New York, N.Y.
                Harlem, New York; Public schools
                High schools; New York, N.Y.
                Music; Instruction and study; New York City
                Music and musical affairs; Blacks
                Music and musical affairs; Government programs
                Music and musical affairs; New York, N.Y.
                Musical Spillers (Musical group)
                Musicians; Musical Spillers
                New York City; Federal Music Project
                New York City; Harlem Evening High School
                New York City; Public schools
                New York City; Spiller School of Music
                New York City; Wadleigh High School
                New York, N.Y; Cultural affairs; Music and musical affairs
                New York, N.Y; Education; Musical
                New York, N.Y; Education; Schools; High schools
                Spiller, William N., 1876-1944
                Spiller family
                Spiller School of Music, New York City
                Taliaferro, Isabele
                Taliaferro family
                Wadleigh High School, New York, N.Y.
                Work Projects Administration; Federal Music Project; New York City
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.103
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1255


Author:         Spingarn, Arthur Barnett, 1878-1971
Title:          Papers, 1914-1971
Description:    13.5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American lawyer, scholar, and president of the National 
                  Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Personal 
                  papers, biographical information, legal documents, 
                  correspondence, addresses and writings, newspaper clippings, 
                  brochures, announcements, programs, photographs, book
                  reviews, and scrapbooks relating to Spingarn's legal career 
                  and social activities in New York, and his involvement with 
                  the NAACP.  Includes materials relating to W.E.B. Du Bois, 
                  Zora Hurston, Langston Hughes, Emmett Scott, and Walter 
                  White.  Correspondents include Du Bois and Hughes. Also 
                  includes materials relating to the Arthur B. Spingarn 
                  Collection of Negro Authors. 
Subjects:       Afro-American lawyers -- New York (State) -- New York. lcsh
                Afro-Americans -- Civil rights.
                Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963.
                Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
                Hurston, Zora Neale.
                Legal documents. lcsh
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
                Scott, Emmett J. (Emmett Jay), 1873-1957.
                White, Walter, 1890?-1965.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.104
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A728


Author:         Spingarn, Joel Elias, 1875-1939
Title:          Papers
Description:    4 linear ft.
Notes:          Scholar, author, publisher, literary critic, philanthropist, and 
                  president of the National Association for the Advancement of 
                  Colored People.  Correspondence; bills, lists, reports, pictures 
                  and other material on the Amenia Conference, the military training 
                  camp for black officers in Des Moines, Iowa; NAACP papers; 
                  constitution, declaration, and other papers of the Niagara Movement; 
                  family correspondence; newspaper clippings; and an autograph album. 
                  The material is related to the library's Arthur Spingarn collection. 
                  Card index in the library.
                Gift, 1957.
Subjects:       Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                  black African ancestry); Amenia Conferences
                Amenia Conferences
                Armed Forces; Afro-Americans
                Autograph collections; Albums and books
                Blacks; Organizations and societies
                Camps (military); Iowa
                Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt
                Fort Des Moines, Iowa
                Frazier, E. Franklin
                Gompers, Samuel L.
                Grimké, Archibald H.
                Hughes, Langston
                Johnson, James Weldon
                Labor leaders; Gompers, Samuel L.
                Mays, Benjamin
                McKay, Claude
                Miller, Kelly
                Moton, Robert Russa
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; history
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; 
                  Spingarn, Joel E., chairman of the board
                Niagara Movement
                Peterkin, Julia (Wood)
                Scott, Emmett
                Spingarn family
                Terrell, Mary Church
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.105
NUCMC #:          MS 62-4281


Author:         Starr, Frederick, 1858-1933
Title:          Collection, 1906-1928
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American anthropologist, college teacher, and author. 
                  Personal papers, correspondence, documents, memorabilia, 
                  and photographs relating chiefly to Starr's travels in 
                  Liberia in 1912.  Includes legislative acts, resolutions, 
                  proclamations, and official expressions of support for the 
                  Liberian government; together with materials pertaining to 
                  the political history of Maryland County, Liberia, and the 
                  Grebo people of West Africa. 
                Gift, ca. 1950.
Subjects:       Afro-American anthropologists. lcsh 
                Afro-American authors. lcsh
                Afro-American college teachers. lcsh
                Liberia -- Description and travel.
                Liberia -- History -- 1847-1944.
                Liberia -- Politics and government -- To 1944.
                Maryland County (Liberia) Grebo (African people)
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.147
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A708


Author:         Staupers, Mabel, 1890-1989
Title:          Papers, ca. 1937-1970
Description:    1 linear ft.
Notes:          Registered nurse; executive secretary and president, National 
                  Association of Colored Graduate Nurses.  Correspondence, 
                  reports, and other papers, relating chiefly to Staupers's 
                  efforts to integrate black nurses into the national nursing 
                  profession.  Includes material relating to the dissolution 
                  of the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses and 
                  its absorption into the American Nurses Association.
                Chiefly gift of Ms. Staupers, 1963. 
Subjects:       American Nurses' Association
                Armed Forces; Afro-Americans
                Blacks; Occupations; Nurses
                Colleges and universities; Canada
                Journalism; Journalists' papers; 19th century
                National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses
                Nurses; Staupers, Mabel Keaton
                Nurses and nursing; Blacks
                Nurses and nursing; Societies
                Nursing; Societies, etc.; American Nurses Association
                Nursing; Societies, etc.; National Association of Colored Graduate 
                  Nurses
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.106
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1256


Author:         Stewart-Flippin Family
Title:          Papers, 1852-1974
Description:    20 linear ft.
Notes:          Correspondence and other papers of two black families. Principal 
                  persons represented include T. McCants Stewart (1854-1923), 
                  lawyer, of New York and Brooklyn, N.Y., Honolulu, Hawaii, and 
                  Liberia, England, and the Virgin Islands, and for several years 
                  associate justice of Liberian Supreme Court; his son, McCants 
                  Stewart (1877-1919), lawyer, of Portland, Or.; and Robert 
                  Browning Flippin (1903-1963), McCants Stewart's son-in-law, a 
                  correctional counselor at San Quentin Prison (Calif.), reporter 
                  for the San Francisco Chronicle, and founder, editor, and 
                  publisher of the Spokesman, a black weekly newspaper in San 
                  Francisco.  Flippin's papers include material relating to his 
                  work with NAACP, Council for Civic Unity, and Booker T. 
                  Washington Community Center.
                Also includes papers of their descendants in Minnesota, Nebraska, 
                  Oregon, California, and Hawaii.  Genealogical charts and 
                  biographical notes about family members.
                Gift of Katherine (Stewart) Flippin, wife of Robert B. Flippin, 
                  1967.
Subjects:       Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                  of black African ancestry); California Afro-Americans (for all 
                  permanent residents of the United States of black African 
                  ancestry); Hawaii
                Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                  of black African ancestry); Minnesota
                Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                  of black African ancestry); Nebraska
                Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States 
                  of black African ancestry); Oregon
                Bay Area Council Against Segregation and Discrimination, California
                Blacks; California
                Blacks; Mass communication; Newspapers and journalism
                Booker T. Washington Center; San Francisco, Calif.
                Booker T. Washington Community Center, San Francisco, California
                Brooklyn, N.Y; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                California; Legal affairs; Prisoners and prisons
                California; Mass communications; Newspapers, periodicals and 
                  journalism
                California; Population elements; Blacks
                The Chronicle (Newspaper); San Francisco, Calif.
                Community centers; California
                Council for Civic Unity
                Counseling; Prisoners
                Courts; 19th and 20th centuries; Liberia
                Educators; Lai, Carlotta (Stewart)
                Flippin, George A.
                Flippin, Robert Browning, 1903-1963
                Flippin family
                Genealogy; Flippin family
                Genealogy; Stewart family
                Great Britain; Legal affairs
                Hawaii; Legal affairs; Law practice
                Honolulu, Hawaii; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                Journalism; Blacks
                Lai, Carlotta (Stewart)
                Lawyers; Stewart, McCants
                Lawyers; Stewart, Thomas McCants
                Liberia; Legal affairs
                Liberia; Legal affairs; Supreme Court
                Liberia; Supreme Court; Stewart, Thomas McCants, associate justice
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; 
                  California
                New York, N.Y; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                Newspapers; California
                Oregon; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                Physicians; Flippin, George A.
                Portland, Oreg.; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                Prisoners and prisons; California; San Quentin
                Prisoners and prisons; Counseling
                San Francisco Chronicle (Newspaper)
                San Francisco, California; Booker T. Washington Community Center
                San Francisco, Calif.; Mass communication; Newspapers and journalism
                San Francisco, Calif.; Population elements; Blacks
                San Quentin State Prison (Calif.)
                San Quentin Prison, California; Flippin, Robert B., correctional 
                  counselor
                Segregation
                Spokesman, San Francisco, Calif. (Newspaper)
                Stewart, McCants, 1877-1919
                Stewart, Mary (Weir)
                Stewart, Thomas McCants, 1854-1923
                Stewart family
                Stromsburg, Nebraska
                Virgin Islands, U.S; Legal affairs; Lawyer' and judges' papers
                War work
                Washington (Booker T.) Community Center, San Francisco, Calif.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.107
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1257


Author:         Storer College, Harpers Ferry, W.Va.
Title:          Collection, ca. 1917-1955
Description:    .5 linear ft. (ca. 40 items)
Notes:          Periodicals, brochures, a list of students, and clippings relating 
                  to Storer College, the first higher educational institution for 
                  Afro-Americans in West Virginia, founded at Harpers Ferry in 1867; 
                  together with forms, lists, notes, and correspondence concerning 
                  the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Storer College Alumni 
                  Association and a fund raising campaign.
                Gift of the family of Reed Stokes. 
Subjects:       Afro-American college students -- West Virginia -- Harpers Ferry.
                Afro-American universities and colleges -- West Virginia -- Harpers 
                  Ferry.
                Educational fund raising -- West Virginia -- Harpers Ferry. Storer 
                  College.
                Storer College -- Alumni and alumnae.
                Storer College. Alumni Association. Washington, D.C. Chapter
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.108
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A626


Author:         Strong, Edward E., 1914-1957
Title:          Papers, 1924-1956 (bulk 1937-1956)
Description:    3 linear feet
Notes:          Afro-American youth organizer. Personal and family papers, 
                  correspondence, writings, biographical materials, documents 
                  concerning organizations with which Strong was affiliated, 
                  and photographs.  Includes materials relating to the Communist 
                  Party, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored 
                  People, the National Negro Congress, and the Southern Negro 
                  Youth Congress; together with writings by Strong's wife, 
                  Augusta Jackson Strong, and his associates, Esther V. Cooper 
                  and James E. Jackson.
                Gifts of Denise Strong Janha, 1986 and Phillis Strong McKenzie, 
                  1989.
Subjects:       Afro-American Communists. lcsh
                Afro-American youth -- Societies, etc.
                Afro-Americans -- Civil rights.
                Afro-Americans -- Societies, etc.
                Communist Party of the United States of America.
                Cooper, Esther V.
                Jackson, James E., 1914- 
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
                National Negro Congress (U.S.)
                Southern Negro Youth Congress.
                Strong, Augusta Jackson.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A845


Author:         Summers, Henry Howard, 1885-?
Title:          Papers, 1896-1939
Description:    1 linear ft.
Notes:          Methodist minister and educator. Programs of various African 
                  Methodist Episcopal churches which Summers served as pastor 
                  or guest speaker; programs and other papers of Howard 
                  University, Oberlin College, Payne Theological Seminary, and 
                  Wilberforce University; biography of Bishop David Henry Sims 
                  and notes relating to his work; and other papers largely 
                  concerned with Summers' activities as student, minister, and 
                  educator. 
                Gift of the Summers family.
Subjects:       African Methodist Episcopal Church
                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
                Colleges and universities; Ohio
                Howard University; Students; Summers, Henry Howard
                Methodist churches
                Methodist churches; Education; Seminaries
                Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
                Oberlin College; Students; Summers, Henry Howard
                Ohio; Education; Colleges and universities
                Ohio; Education; Colleges and universities; Seminaries
                Payne Theological Seminary
                Payne Theological Seminary; Faculty; Summers, Henry Howard
                Sims, David Henry
                Theological seminaries; Methodist
                Theological seminaries; Ohio
                Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.109
NUCMC #:          MS 62-4280


Author:         Swanson, Gregory H., 1924-
Title:          Papers, 1942-1956 (bulk 1950-1951
Description:    1.5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American lawyer and first black student to matriculate from the 
                  University of Virginia.  Personal papers, correspondence, and 
                  materials relating to Swanson's lawsuit against the University of 
                  Virginia for admission to its law school in 1950; together with 
                  printed materials concerning Howard University and the University 
                  of Virginia.
Subjects:       Afro-American law students -- Virginia. lcsh 
                Afro-American lawyers -- Virginia. lcsh
                Segregation in higher education -- Virginia.
                Swanson, Gregory H., 1924- -- Trials, litigation, etc.
                University of Virginia -- Trials, litigation, etc.
                University of Virginia.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.110
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A557


Author:         Tappan, Lewis, 1788-1873
Title:          Collection, 1847-1860
Description:    1.5 linear ft.
Notes:          Abolitionist.  Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and other printed 
                  matter relating to slavery and the anti-slavery movement, with 
                  notes by Tappan. Includes 2 ms. catalogs of books and pamphlets 
                  pertaining to the anti-slavery movement (one dated 1851) and 
                  scrapbook of pious resolutions.  Includes materials concerning 
                  the Free Soil Conventions of 1848 and 1852, and the National 
                  Liberty Convention of 1847.
                Gift of Mr. Tappan, 1873. 
Subjects:       Abolitionists; Tappan, Lewis
                Bibliography; Antislavery movement
                Buffalo, New York; National Liberty Convention, 1847
                Free Soil Conventions; 1848
                Free Soil Conventions; 1852
                National Liberty Conventions; 1847
                Slavery and slaves; Antislavery movements; 19th century; 1840s and 
                  after
                Slavery in the United States; Anti-slavery movements
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.111
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1258


Author:         Terrell, Mary Church, 1863-1954
Title:          Papers, 1888-1976
Description:    17 linear ft.
Notes:          Lecturer, author, civil rights activist. Correspondence, clippings, 
                  newspaper articles, pamphlets, broadsides, and other printed matter, 
                  and other papers chiefly relating to the National Association of 
                  Colored Women, of which Mrs. Terrell was first national president.  
                  Documents Terrell's work on behalf of women's rights, and against 
                  racial discrimination.  Consists of her writings about peace, women's 
                  rights, black history.  Also includes drafts of her autobiography, 
                  A Colored Woman in a White World, and Phyllis Wheatley:  A Pageant.  
                  Contains numerous material relating to the Coordinating Committee for 
                  the Enforcement of the D.C. Anti-Discrimination Contains family papers 
                  of R. R. Church, Mrs. Terrell's husband, District of Columbia 
                  Municipal Court Judge Robert H. Terrell, and Phyllis Terrell.  Also 
                  includes seven diaries, copies of minutes (1935-36) of the Race 
                  Relations Federation of Churches, and letters addressed to Olivia 
                  Davidson Washington (Mrs. Booker T. Washington) concerning the 
                  International Council of the Women of the Darker Races.
                Gift, 1958.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.112; 4.72.148
NUCMC #:          MS 62-3874


Author:         Thomas Jefferson Genealogical
Title:          Collection, 1948
Description:    .5 linear ft. (28 items)
Notes:          Correspondence among Pearl M. Graham, Lucy Coles Williams, and 
                  Dorothy Porter in 1948 concerning Graham's project, which 
                  involved tracing the ancestry of Afro-Americans who claimed to 
                  be direct descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, 
                  and the acquisition of memorabilia donated by Williams; 
                  together with articles about Afro-Americans believed to be 
                  descendants of Jefferson, and a photograph of Mary Frances 
                  Coles Kenny.
Subjects:       Graham, Pearl M., correspondent.
                Hemings, Sally. 
                Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
                Kenny, Mary Frances Coles.
                Porter, Dorothy Burnett, 1905-1995, correspondent.
                Williams, Lucy Coles, correspondent.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.61
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A710


Author:         Tibbs, LeRoy
Title:          Collection, 1921-1949
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Nightclub pianist, of New York, N.Y.  Scrapbooks of correspondence, 
                  telegrams, programs, clippings memorabilia, and photos, documenting 
                  Tibbs's nightclub career and the acting career of his wife, Marie 
                  Young Tibbs.  
                Gift. 
Subjects:       Actors and actresses; Tibbs, Marie Young
                Actors, actresses and acting; 20th century
                Albeville, Ignatius White, marquis d'
                Blacks; Cultural affairs; Music and musical affairs
                Music and musical affairs; Blacks
                New York, N.Y; Business, industry and trade; Night clubs
                Night clubs; New York, N.Y.
                Pianists; Tibbs, LeRoy
                Piano and organ music; Playing
                Tibbs, Marie Young
                White, Ignatius, marquis d'Albeville, 1626?-1694
                Young, Marie
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.113
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1259


Author:         Trenholm, H. (Harper) Councill, 1900-1963
Title:          Papers, 1882-1964
Description:    34 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American educator; president of Alabama State College, 
                  Montgomery, Ala. (1925-1962).  Personal and family papers, 
                  correspondence, writings, academic essays and coursework, 
                  materials concerning organizations with which Trenholm was 
                  affiliated, correspondence and other documents relating to 
                  the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools and 
                  the American Teachers Association, transcriptions of reports 
                  by Alabama superintendents of education (1871-1927), printed 
                  materials relating to Alabama State College (earlier known 
                  during Trenholm's tenure as State Normal School for Colored 
                  Students, State Teachers College, and Alabama State College 
                  for Negroes), financial papers, photographs, diaries and 
                  appointment books, and memorabilia relating chiefly to 
                  Trenholm's academic career and his involvement with numerous 
                  educational organizations, particularly teacher-training 
                  institutes. Includes documents concerning the career of 
                  Trenholm's father, George W. Trenholm, as president of the 
                  State Normal School for Colored Students, together with 
                  materials documenting Trenholm's work with the Alabama State 
                  Teachers Association, the American National Red Cross, the 
                  Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, the 
                  Commission on Interracial Cooperation, the Elks, the Joint 
                  Committee of the National Education Association and the American 
                  Teachers Association, the Prince Hall Masons, the State Fair of 
                  Alabama, and the YMCA of the USA.
                Gifts of Portia L. Trenholm, 1963 and 1973.
Subjects:       Afro-American college presidents -- Alabama -- Montgomery. lcsh
                Afro-American college teachers -- Alabama -- Montgomery. lcsh
                Afro-American freemasons -- Alabama -- Montgomery. lcsh
                Afro-American teachers -- Training of -- Alabama.
                Afro-Americans -- Education (Higher) -- Alabama -- Montgomery.
                Afro-Americans -- Professional education -- Alabama -- Montgomery.
                Alabama State College.
                Alabama State College for Negroes.
                Alabama State Fair.
                Alabama State Teachers Association.
                American National Red Cross.
                American Teachers Association.
                Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc.
                Commission on Interracial Cooperation.
                Improved, Benevolent, Protective Order of Elks of the World.
                Joint Committee of the National Education Association and the 
                  American Teachers Association.
                National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools (U.S.)
                Normal School for Colored Students (Montgomery, Ala.)
                State Teachers College (Montgomery, Ala.)
                Trenholm, George W. (George Washington), d. 1925.
                YMCA of the USA.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A889


Author:         Turner, Edward Walter, 1850-1927
Title:          Papers, 1871-1926
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Educator, government official, of Washington, D.C.  Correspondence, 
                  programs, reports, resolutions, memorabilia, and other papers, 
                  documenting Turner's association with the Masons and Howard 
                  University;  personal diaries, including accounts of expenditures 
                  and description of the unveiling ceremonies of the Lincoln statue 
                  at Lincoln Park in Washington, 1876; and newspaper clippings on 
                  selected individuals, events, institutions, and places.
                Gift.
Subjects:       Blacks; Organizations and societies
                Freemasons; Turner, Edward Walter
                Freemasons (Fraternal organization); Blacks
                Freemasons (Fraternal organization); Washington, D.C.
                Howard University; Students; Turner, Edward Walter
                Howard University, Washington, D.C.
                Lincoln Park, Washington, D.C.
                Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Statues
                Lincoln, Abraham; Monuments and memorials; Washington, D.C.
                Monuments and memorials; Lincoln, Abraham; Washington, D.C.
                Parks; Washington, D.C.
                Statues; Lincoln, Abraham
                Teachers and teaching; Washington, D.C.
                Washington, D.C; Education; Teachers and teaching
                Washington, D.C; Natural resources; Parks
                Washington, D.C; Organizations and societies
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.114
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1260


Author:         Turner, Henry McNeal, 1931-1915
Title:          Papers, 1835-1916
Description:    1 linear ft.
Notes:          Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.  Chiefly 
                  biographical material on Turner and family members, manuscripts, 
                  documents, and correspondence related to his activities in the 
                  A.M.E. Church and as Chaplain in the U.S. Army.  Addresses, 
                  petitions, announcements, programs, memorials, newspapers, 
                  newspaper clippings, and photos. Card index in the library.
                Gift of Charlotte Lankford, 1961.
Subjects:       African Methodist Episcopal Church; Clergy; Turner, Henry McNeal
                Blacks; Organizations and societies
                Chaplains; Military; Turner, Henry McNeal
                Freemasons (Fraternal organization); Blacks
                Freemasons(Fraternal organization); Washington, D.C.
                Howard University, Washington, D.C.
                Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Statues
                Lincoln Park, Washington, D.C.
                Methodist churches
                Parks; Washington, D.C.
                Teachers and teaching; Washington, D.C.
                Turner, Edward Walter, 1850-1927
                Turner family
                Washington, D.C; Education; Teachers and teaching
                Washington, D.C; Natural resources; Parks
                Washington, D.C; Organizations and societies
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.115
NUCMC #:          MS 62-4279


Author:         Turner, Sara A.
Title:          Collection, 1866-1901
Description:    1 linear ft. (2 v.)
Notes:          Collector of black Americana.  Scrapbooks containing poems, prayers, 
                  religious anecdotes, articles, and newspaper clippings relating to 
                  Afro-Americans, with numerous obituaries.  Includes information about 
                  the Bethel Literary and Historical Association of Washington, D.C., 
                  and the National Union Convention held at Philadelphia in 1866.  
                  The repository also has photocopies and microfilm of the collection. 
Subjects:       Afro-Americans.
                Bethel Literary and Historical Association of Washington, D.C.
                National Union Convention (1866 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
                Obituaries -- United States. lcsh
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.116
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A651


Author:         Turner, Thomas W., 1877-1978
Title:          Papers, 1894-1980
Description:    9.5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American biologist, educator, and Catholic activist; professor, 
                  Howard University (1913-1924) and Hampton Institute (1924-1945). 
                  Personal papers; newspaper clippings and biographical materials; 
                  correspondence; writings; documents relating to the Federated 
                  Colored Catholics of the United States (FCC; later known as the 
                  National Catholic Federation for the Promotion of Better Race 
                  Relations), Hampton Institute, and Howard University; organizational 
                  files; memorabilia; printed materials; and photographs relating to 
                  Turner's academic and scientific careers, as well as his extensive 
                  efforts on behalf of justice for Afro-Americans within the Catholic 
                  Church.  Correspondents include church officials Pietro Fumasoni-
                  Biondi, Michael Curley, and J. Cardinal Gibbons, and FCC officials 
                  H.M. Smith, Eugene Clark, and George W. Conrad.  Included are his 
                  unpublished memoirs and History and Heritage of the Black Catholic.  
                  Gifts of Thomas Wyatt Turner (1972, 1976) and Lois Broadus (1987). 
                  Microscope removed to the repository's museum.
Subjects:       Afro-American Catholics.
                Afro-American college teachers -- Virginia -- Hampton. lcsh
                Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Afro-American scientists -- Virginia -- Hampton. lcsh
                Afro-American scientists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Biologists  -- Virginia -- Hampton. lcsh 
                Biologists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Clark, Eugene Augustine, b. 1883, correspondent.
                Conrad, George Washington Bryant, 1867, correspondent.
                Curley, Michael Joseph, 1879-1947, correspondent.
                Federated Colored Catholics of the United States.
                Fumasoni-Biondi, Pietro, 1872-1960, correspondent.
                Gibbons, James, 1834-1921, correspondent.
                Hampton Institute.
                Howard University.
                National Catholic Federation for the Promotion of Better Race 
                  Relations (U.S.)
                Smith, H. M., correspondent.
                United States -- Race relations.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.152
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A947


Author:         Tyson, James Guy, 1899-1970
Title:          Papers, ca. 1907-1970
Description:    8 linear ft.
Notes:          Lawyer, civic leader, and athlete, of Washington, D.C.  Chiefly 
                  photos, together with correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia, 
                  documenting Tyson's activities at Howard University, his military 
                  service, legal career, membership in bar associations, service on 
                  D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (1958-1970), work with 
                  American Red Cross in New Guinea and Australia during World War II, 
                  and particularly his participation in sports and athletic 
                  achievements. Consists largely of photographs of sporting events. 
                  Also contains material relating to the Pigskin Club.
                Gift.
Subjects:       Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; Tyson, James Guy, board member
                American National Red Cross; Australia
                American National Red Cross; New Guinea
                American National Red Cross; Task Force; Tyson, James Guy, member
                Athletics
                Australia; American National Red Cross
                Bar associations; Washington, D.C.
                Brown v. Bar Association of District of Columbia
                Commonwealth of Virginia v. George Crawford
                Crawford, George
                District of Columbia Bar Association
                Football
                Howard University; Law School
                Howard University; Students; Tyson, James Guy
                Howard University, Washington, D.C.
                Law practice; Washington, D.C.
                Lawyers; Tyson, James Guy
                Liquor (Alcohol); Laws; Washington, D.C.
                National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
                New Guinea; American National Red Cross
                New Guinea; World War II
                Photographs; Tyson, James Guy
                Pigskin Club
                Red Cross; American National Red Cross; World War II; Australia
                Red Cross; American National Red Cross; World War II; New Guinea
                Republican Party; Washington, D.C.
                Sports
                Sports; Societies, etc.; Pigskin Club
                Swimming
                Tuskegee Institute; History
                Virginia; Commonwealth of Virginia v. George Crawford
                War work; American National Red Cross
                Washington, D.C; Government; Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
                Washington, D.C; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers
                World War (1914-1918); Service
                World War II (1939-1945); Civilian war effort; Red Cross
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.117
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1261


Author:        United States. Adjutant-General's Office.
Title:         U.S. Colored Troops in the Civil War clothing account books 
                 collection, 1861-1865
Description:   429 items
Notes:         Ledgers containing the names of Afro-American soldiers enlisted 
                 during the Civil War, with financial information about clothing 
                 and equipment allotted to each.  These account books which 
                 detail the debits and credits of black soldiers, as well as the 
                 name of enlistees, places of enlistment, ranks, signatures 
                 (usually his mark, x), type of death, prisoner status, and 
                 discharge record.  Also includes Regimental Consolidated 
                 Morning Reports, representing daily company statistics on the 
                 number of enlisted men and officers on duty, sick, arrested
                 or otherwise confined, and the number of transfers and 
                 reenlistments. 
Subjects:      Account books. lcsh
               Afro-American soldiers -- Registers.
               United States. Army -- Afro-American troops.
               United States. Army -- Equipment. United States. Army -- Uniforms.
               United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, 
                 Afro-American.
               United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment and 
                 supplies.
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.149
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A738


Author:        Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964 
Title:         Collection, 1920-1950s (bulk 1940-1949)
Description:   2.5 linear ft.
Notes:         American author, fine arts critic, photographer, bibliophile, and 
                 philanthropist.  Catalogs, programs, announcements, and 
                 invitations documenting Afro-American participation in the visual 
                 arts, dance, drama, music, and literature. Includes materials 
                 relating to noted artists Richmond Barthâe, Romare Bearden, 
                 Lois Mailou Jones, Jacob Lawrence, Horace Pippin, and Hale Woodruff; 
                 dancers Josephine Baker, Janet Collins, Katherine Dunham, and 
                 Moncion Francisco; the drama companies Washington Repertory Players, 
                 American Negro Theatre, Rose McClendon Players, Krigwa Players, 
                 Gilpin Players, Karamu House, Howard University Players, and Dillard 
                 University Players Guild; musicians Louis Armstrong, Carol Brice, 
                 Billie Holiday, and Dorothy Maynor; and the writer Langston Hughes.
               Gift of Carl Van Vechten, 1946.
               The Rose McClendon memorial collection of photographs of celebrated 
                 Negroes, also donated by Carl Van Vechten, is in the repository's 
                 Prints and Photographs Department.
Subjects:      Afro-American artists.
               Afro-American authors.
               Afro-American dancers.
               Afro-American musicians.
               Afro-American photographers.
               Afro-American theater.
               Afro-American women artists.
               Afro-Americans -- Music.
               Afro-Americans in the performing arts.
               American Negro Theatre.
               Armstrong, Louis, 1900-1971.
               Baker, Josephine, 1906-1975.
               Barthâe, Richmond, 1901-1989.
               Beardon, Romare, 1911-1988.
               Brice, Carol, 1916-1985.
               Collins, Janet.
               Dillard University.
               Dunham, Katherine.
               Francisco, Moncion.
               Gilpin Players.
               Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959.
               Howard University Players.
               Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
               Jones, Lois Mailou.
               Karamu House.
               Krigwa Players.
               Lawrence, Jacob, 1917-
               Maynor, Dorothy.
               Photographers -- United States. lcsh
               Pippin, Horace, 1888-1946.
               Players Guild.
               Programs. aat
               Rose McClendon Players.
               Theatrical companies -- United States.
               Washington Repertory Players.
               Women dancers -- United States.
               Woodruff, Hale, 1900-
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.150
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A702


Author:        Ware, Charles Pickard, 1840-1921
Title:         Papers, ca. 1862-1907
Description:   1 linear ft.
Notes:         Abolitionist and educator of Boston, MA; and civilian administrator 
                 in the Union Army-occupied Sea Islands, South Carolina, the first 
                 Confederate territory to be brought under Northern control. 
                 Correspondence, plantation records, and documents relating to 
                 Ware's work as a supervisor of freedmen on plantations at Port 
                 Royal, South Carolina during the Civil War.  Correspondents 
                 include Edward S. Philbrick and Ware's sisters, Emma Ware and 
                 Harriet Ware.
               Gift of Caroline F. Ware, 1961.
Subjects:      Afro-Americans -- Sea Islands.
               Freedmen -- South Carolina -- Port Royal -- Government policy.
               Philbrick, Edward Southwick, 1827-1889, correspondent.
               Plantations -- South Carolina -- Port Royal. Port Royal (S.C.) -- 
                 History.
               South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
               United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Afro-Americans.
               Ware, Emma Forbes, 1838-1898, correspondent.
               Ware, Harriet, 1834-1920, correspondent.
Location:      Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                 (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:    4.72.118
NUCMC #:         DCLV96-A574


Author:         Waring, Julius Waties, 1880-1968
Title:          Papers, 1841-1964
Description:    33 linear ft.
Notes:          Federal judge, of South Carolina, civil rights activist; wrote 
                  several important civil rights decisions.  Correspondence of 
                  Waring and his second wife, Elizabeth Avery Waring, and writings, 
                  legal case files, organizational material, photos, and 72 
                  scrapbooks of clippings relating to Waring's rulings in civil 
                  rights cases in South Carolina and his career as a federal 
                  district judge, 1942-1952, and to civil rights activities of the 
                  time; together with transcript of interview by Columbia 
                  University's Oral History Office and other biographical material.
                Gift.
Subjects:       Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                  black African ancestry); Education; South Carolina
                Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                  black African ancestry); Politics and suffrage
                Avery, Elizabeth
                Baldwin, James
                Brown v. Baskin
                Civil rights
                Civil rights; 20th century
                Civil rights workers; Waring, Elizabeth (Avery)
                Civil rights workers; Waring, Julius Waties
                Clarendon, South Carolina
                Communism
                Elmore v. Rice
                Equal pay for equal work
                Hate mail
                Judges; 20th century; South Carolina
                King, Martin Luther, Jr.
                Ku Klux Klan
                Lawyers; Waring, Julius Waties
                Mays, Benjamin
                Naturalization
                Oral histories; Waring, Julius Waties
                Rowan, Carl T.
                Segregation
                South Carolina; Civil rights
                South Carolina; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers; 
                  19th and 20th centuries
                Suffrage
                United States District Court; South Carolina (eastern district); 
                  Waring, Julius Waties, judge
                Waring, Elizabeth Avery (b. Elizabeth Avery)
                Wrighten, John H.
                Wrighten v. Board of Trustees of South Carolina
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.119
NUCMC #:          MS 83-1263


Author:          Waring, Walter E., 1896-197?
Title:           Papers, 1870-1973
Description:     2 linear ft.
Notes:           Educator.  The bulk of the papers includes correspondence and 
                   writings documenting Waring's academic and professional careers 
                   as well as his writings and personal interests.  He devoted his 
                   life to education and taught in the Philadelphia Public School 
                   District and at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.  Family 
                   papers represent Waring's wife, the renowned portraitist Laura 
                   Wheeler Waring as well as Waring's father, Everett J. Waring, 
                   the first African-American lawyer in Baltimore, Maryland.
                 Gift of Nora Waring, 1978.
Subjects:        Lincoln University, Pennsylvania
                 Waring, Everett J., 1859-192?
                 Waring, Laura Wheeler, 1887-1948
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)


Author:          Washington, Booker Taliaferro, 1856-1915
Title:           Collection, 1885-1914
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American educator, social reformer, and president of Tuskegee 
                   Institute, Alabama.  Letters written by Washington; together with 
                   three ms. articles about Washington written by Ruth Rugby.  
                   Correspondents include George Washington Cable, Louis C. Cramton, 
                   and Judson Lyons.
Subjects:        Afro-American college presidents -- Alabama -- Tuskegee. lcsh
                 Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925, correspondent.
                 Cramton, Louis C. (Louis Convers), b. 1875, correspondent.
                 Lyons, Judson Whitlocke, 1860-1924, correspondent.
                 Rugby, Ruth.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.120 NUCMC #: DCLV96-A711


Author:          Washington Conservatory of Music, Washington, D.C.
Title:           Records, 1887-1966
Description:     26 linear ft.
Notes:           Founded 1903 by Harriet Gibbs Marshall (1869-1941) and black 
                   musicians; closed 1960.  Correspondence; organizational and 
                   administrative records; student, teacher, veteran, and 
                   financial records; sheet music, periodicals, programs, 
                   clippings, scrapbooks, and photos; biographical information 
                   on black musicians; papers of persons associated with the 
                   conservatory; and other records. Includes extensive 
                   correspondence with prominent black musicians, intellectuals, 
                   and public figures, in the early years of the school; 
                   correspondence of Harriet Gibbs Marshall relating to her book, 
                   The Story of Haiti (1930), and other information on Haiti; 
                   biographical information on Marshall; correspondence (in French 
                   and English) of Napoleon B. Marshall (d. 1933), U.S. Army officer, 
                   relating to his academic activities and military tenure in Haiti; 
                   and records of National Negro Music Centre, founded by Marshall in 
                   1937, and National Association of Negro Musicians. Other persons 
                   represented include Victoria Josephine Muse (d. 1960).  Gift of 
                   Geneva Turner, president of board of trustees, 1960 and 1967.  
                   Also includes Conservatory correspondence, financial papers, legal 
                   files, school proceedings, teacher reports, student records, 
                   notebooks, scrapbooks, artifacts, programs, photographs, and printed 
                   material.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.121
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1264


Author:          Waters, Enoch P., 1909-1987
Title:           Papers, 1924-1988
Description:     6 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American journalist, foreign correspondent, and editor; 
                   d. 1987.  Personal papers, correspondence, writings, 
                   printed materials, photographs, and memorabilia.  Includes 
                   news articles and reports written for the Associated Negro 
                   Press concerning African independence movements in the early 
                   1960's, press releases for the Equal Employment Opportunity 
                   Commission in 1968, and materials prepared between 1965 and 
                   1968 when Waters served as United Nations foreign correspondent 
                   in Africa for the Continental Press Service.  
                 Gift of George D. Monroe, 1993.
Subjects:        Africa -- Politics and government -- 1960-
                 Afro-American journalists. lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Employment.
                 Afro-Americans in the newspaper industry.
                 Anti-imperialist movements -- Africa.
                 Associated Negro Press.
                 Continental Press.
                 Foreign correspondents -- Africa. lcsh
                 Newspaper editors. lcsh 
                 United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A846


Author:         West, Charles, 1868-1935
Title:          Papers, ca. 1880-ca. 1920
Description:    .5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American physician and professor of anatomy at Howard 
                  University.  Personal papers, printed materials, newsclippings, 
                  and a photograph album in two sections.  The first part relates 
                  to West's travels around the world with the U.S. Navy (1887-1891), 
                  and includes photographs of his ship, the Enterprise, along with 
                  historic landmarks.  The second section documents the early history 
                  of the Freedmen's Hospital in Washington, D.C. and the Howard 
                  University Medical School, and includes photographs of students 
                  attending anatomy classes and faculty members.
                Gift of Marea Ogle, 1973, 1975.
Subjects:       Afro-American college students -- Washington (D.C.) -- Photographs.
                Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (D.C.) -- Photographs.
                Afro-American physicians -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Afro-American sailors. lcsh
                Anatomists -- Washington (D.C.) lcsh
                Anatomy -- Study and teaching -- Washington (D.C.)
                Freedmen's Hospital (Washington, D.C.)
                Howard University. Medical College.
                Medical colleges -- Washington (D.C.) -- Faculty.
                Medical students -- Washington (D.C.) -- Photographs.
                Navy -- Afro-Americans. Enterprise (Ship : 1874-1909)
                Photograph albums. lcsh
                Photographs. lcsh
                Voyages and travels. United States.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.122
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A575


Author:         Whipper, Leigh R., 1877-1975
Title:          Papers, 1852-1965
Description:    3.5 linear ft.
Notes:          Afro-American actor, playwright, and founder of Negro Actors Guild.  
                  Personal and family papers, correspondence, printed material, 
                  biographical information, photographs, and programs relating 
                  chiefly to Afro-American entertainers; together with legal 
                  documents belonging to Whipper's father, William J. Whipper.  
                  Includes material about the Negro Actors Guild of America and 
                  the Screen Actors Guild.
                Gift of Leigh R. Whipper, 1952-1953.
Subjects:       Afro-American actors. lcsh
                Afro-American dramatists. lcsh
                Afro-American entertainers.
                Afro-American motion pictures actors and actresses.
                Negro Actors Guild of America.
                Screen Actors Guild.
                Trade-unions -- Actors -- United States.
                Trade-unions -- Afro-American membership.
                Whipper, William J., 1852-1906.
Location:       Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                  (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:     4.72.123
NUCMC #:          DCLV96-A581


Author:          White, Jacob C.
Title:           Collection, 1857-1914
Description:     2 linear ft.
Notes:           Educator and Negro leader.  Correspondence and memorabilia.  
                   Comprised mostly of correspondence relating to political 
                   and social issues in Philadelphia.  Also includes material 
                   about the Robert Vaux School. Correspondents include Jonathan 
                   C. Gibbs, Richard T. Greener, Chester T. Morris, William 
                   Nesbit, and George B. Vashon.  Card index in the library. 
                 Gift, 1958.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.124
NUCMC #:           MS 62-4278


Author:          Williams, Daniel Hale, 1856-1931
Title:           Collection, 1803-1970
Description:     11.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Photocopies of originals in: National Archives and Records Service, 
                   Washington, D.C.  Surgeon; founder of Provident Hospital, Chicago, 
                   Ill.; first surgeon to successfully perform heart surgery.  Papers 
                   of and about Williams collected by Helen Buckler in preparation of 
                   the biography, Doctor Dan: Pioneer in American Surgery (1954), 
                   revised as Daniel Hale Williams: Negro Surgeon (1968); together 
                   with Buckler's correspondence relating to the book, research notes, 
                   and drafts. Collected papers include copies of Williams's 
                   correspondence, transcripts of congressional testimony regarding his 
                   tenure as chief surgeon at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C., 
                   clippings, and photos.  Research notes include genealogical material 
                   relating to the Williams-Price Family. Also contains copies of 
                   correspondence of Williams, Alice D. Johnson, Booker T. Washington, 
                   and Emmett J. Scott.
                 Gift of Mrs. Buckler, ca. 1954.
Subjects:        Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                   black African ancestry); Physicians
                 Blacks; Medical affairs; Hospitals; Physicians
                 Bontemps, Arna
                 Buckler, Helen
                 Chicago, Ill.; Medical affairs; Facilities; Hospitals
                 Cobb, W. Montague
                 Daniel Hale Williams: Negro Surgeon
                 Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt
                 Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C.
                 Genealogy; Williams family
                 Heart; Surgery
                 Hospitals; Illinois
                 Hospitals; Washington, D.C.
                 Kenney, John A.
                 Physicians; Afro-Americans
                 Physicians; Williams, Daniel Hale
                 Provident Hospital, Chicago, III
                 Roberts, Carl Glennis
                 Scott, Emmett
                 Surgeons
                 Surgery; Heart
                 United States; Congress; Investigations
                 Washington, Booker Taliaferro
                 Washington, D.C.; Hospitals; Freedmen's Hospital
                 Washington, D.C; Medical affairs; Hospitals
                 Williams, Alice Darling Johnson
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.125
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1265


Author:          Woodson, Carter Godwin, 1875-1950
Title:           Papers, 1922-1941
Description:     .5 linear ft.
Notes:           Educator, historian, and founder of the Association for the Study 
                   of Negro Life and History.  Chiefly correspondence between Woodson 
                   and his sister, Bessie W. Yancey, and with business correspondents, 
                   concerning the purchase and upkeep of a house in Huntington, W. Va.; 
                   together with statements, clippings, and other papers, relating 
                   to black life and history. 
                 Gift. 
Subjects:        Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                   black African ancestry); History
                 Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                   black African ancestry); Societies, etc.
                 Association for the Study of Negro Life and History
                 Blacks; History
                 Historians; Papers; 20th century
                 History; Societies; Association for the Study of Negro Life and 
                   History
                 Howard University; Faculty; Woodson, Carter G.
                 Huntington, W. Va.
                 West Virginia; Family and personal papers
                 Woodson, Bessie
                 Woodson family
                 Yancey, Bessie Woodson, b. 1882 (b. Bessie Woodson)
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.126
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1266


Author:          Works Progress Administration
Title:           Collection, 1934-1951
Description:     8 linear ft.
Notes:           Chiefly transcripts (typewritten). Records from the office of 
                   Alfred Edgar Smith, Jr. (b. 1903), administrative assistant 
                   and race relations officer, 1934-1943, relating chiefly to 
                   the status and participation of blacks in the WPA; and other 
                   correspondence and writings of Smith. Bulk of the collection 
                   consists of letters to WPA administrators including Smith and 
                   Harry L. Hopkins, and to President and Mrs. Roosevelt.  Other 
                   material includes WPA press releases, annual and monthly reports, 
                   other statistical data, writings by Smith on blacks and relief, 
                   unemployment, and other topics, and letters to Smith while a 
                   correspondent and columnist for the Chicago Defender.  
                   Also contains correspondence to Charlie Cherokee, Alfred 
                   Smith's pseudonym for his columns in the Chicago Defender.
                 Gift of Mr. Smith, 1960.
Subjects:        'Adventures in Race Relations'
                 Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of 
                   black African ancestry); Employment
                 Blacks; Charitable and social work; Public welfare
                 Blacks; Employment and unemployment
                 Blacks; Mass communication; Newspapers and journalism
                 Blacks; New Deal period
                 Chicago Defender, Ill. (Newspaper)
                 Defender, Chicago, Ill. (Newspaper)
                 'Grapevine'
                 Hopkins, Harry, 1890-1946 (b. Harry Lloyd Hopkins)
                 Journalism; Blacks
                 Negro Press Digest
                 New Deal; Blacks
                 Newspapers; Illinois
                 Newspapers; Sections, columns, etc.; 'Adventures in Race Relations'
                 Newspapers; Sections, columns, etc.; 'Grapevine'
                 Public welfare; Blacks
                 Race relations; 20th century; 1930s and after
                 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 (b. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt); 
                   Letters to
                 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Letters to
                 Smith, Alfred Edgar, b. 1903
                 Unemployed and unemployment; Blacks
                 Unemployment; Work Projects Administration
                 United States; Work Projects Administration; Blacks
                 Work Projects Administration; Records
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.127
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1262


Author:          Wright, James Cornelius, ?1936
Title:           Papers, 1899-1936
Description:     2.5 linear ft.
Notes:           Teacher, of Washington, D.C.  Papers relating to educational and 
                   civic projects undertaken by Wright during his 37-year teaching 
                   career, including a great deal of material he collected documenting 
                   the history of black schools (particularly high schools) in 
                   Washington.  Includes correspondence from school administrators 
                   Garnet C. Wilkerson and Roscoe C. Bruce.  Also includes drafts and 
                   published articles by Wright on history of Dunbar High School; 
                   typescript compilation (134 p.) of information on Dunbar graduates, 
                   1918-1927; other statistical lists on the school and its graduates; 
                   commencement programs and year-books of Dunbar, Armstrong Manual 
                   Training School, and Cardoza High School; 2 pamphlets on the history 
                   of Washington's black schools (1901, 1917); and articles about Wright 
                   and his activities.
                 Gift of Mary G. Hundley, 1963.
Subjects:        Armstrong Manual Training School, Washington, D.C.
                 Blacks; Education; Schools; Washington
                 Cardoza High School, Washington, D.C.
                 Dunbar High School, Washington, D.C.; History
                 Education; Washington, D.C.
                 Educators; Wright, James C.
                 High schools; Washington, D.C.
                 Industry; Education; Washington, D.C.
                 Joiner, William A.
                 Teachers and teaching; Washington, D.C.
                 Terrell, Mary Church
                 Washington, D.C; Civic and community affairs
                 Washington, D.C.; Education; Blacks
                 Washington, D.C.; Education; History
                 Washington, D.C.; Education; Teachers and teaching
                 Washington, D.C.; Public schools; Armstrong Manual Training School
                 Washington, D.C.; Public schools; Cardozo High School
                 Washington, D.C.; Public schools; Dunbar High School
                 Wright, James C.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center 
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.130
NUCMC #:           MS 83-1267


Author:          Wright, Louis T. (Tompkins), 1895-1952
Title:           Papers, 1878-1952
Description:     10 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American physician, director of surgery at Harlem Hospital, 
                   and chairman of the board of the National Association for the 
                   Advancement of Colored People. Family and personal papers, 
                   reprints of published medical articles by Wright and other 
                   Afro-American physicians, texts of speeches and addresses, 
                   book reviews, and printed material concerning Afro-American 
                   physicians and Afro-American medical organizations.
                 Gift of Corinne Wright, 1955.
Subjects:        Afro-American physicians.
                 Afro-American physicians -- New York (State) -- New York. lcsh
                 Blacks in medicine -- United States.
                 Medicine -- United States -- Societies, etc.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.128
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A725


Author:          Young, Ralph J. (Jonathan), 1893-1968
Title:           Papers, 1902-1970s
Description:     6 linear ft.
Notes:           Afro-American physician and civil rights leader, of Baltimore, Md. 
                   Personal and family papers, correspondence, biographical materials, 
                   awards and certificates, writings, and photographs relating to 
                   Young's medical and civic work on behalf of Afro-Americans in 
                   the East Baltimore community.  Includes materials relating to 
                   segregation in medicine, education, and recreation. 
                 Gift of Lois Young, 1975. 
Subjects:        Afro-American civil rights workers -- Maryland -- Baltimore. lcsh
                 Afro-American physicians -- Maryland -- Baltimore. lcsh
                 Afro-Americans -- Civil rights -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
                 Afro-Americans -- Education -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
                 Afro-Americans -- Medical care -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
                 Afro-Americans -- Recreation -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
                 Afro-Americans -- Segregation -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
                 Baltimore (Md.) -- Race relations.
Location:        Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
                   (Washington, D.C.)
NIDS Fiche #:      4.72.129
NUCMC #:           DCLV96-A576


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