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Division of Negro Economics. Files.
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A- with American Unity Labor Union re discrimination of Blacks in labor unions; with G.W. Austin Vice-President Brotherhood of Shop Laborer's re organization of Blacks in southern states; "The Armenia America Society," 2 page mimeo; letters recommending v
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B - Letters of recommendation from various sources for positions in the Division; with T.W. Bickett, Governor of North Carolina; with Clara H. Blackman of St. Petersburg Times.
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C - with Chicago League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes re cooperation with Mr. Washington, Supervisor of Negro Economics in Illinois and the Chicago League; with Cleveland Poll Survey Committee to W.B. Wilson, Secretary of Labor re southern railroad wo
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Carter, Jeanette, President of the Woman's Wage Earner's Association re letters of recommendation for position with Department of Labor's Housing Bureau, her appointment and later removal from the position.
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Council of National Defense - correspondence with Governor Clarkson, Division of the Council re the formation of a Committee of Negroes under the Council; migration of Negroes from south to the north.
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D - re "Dillard Report" on Negro labor exodus from the southern states.
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E - with G.H. Edmunds, United Mine Workers offering his services as Negro Labor Advisor.
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F - with Governor of Florida, re discontinuance of the Bureau of Home Economics for Negroes in his state; racial literature circulating in Florida; formation and plans of Farm Service Division, United States Employment Service, to keep Negroes from leavin
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G - letters of recommendation and routine.
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H - letters of recommendation and applications for positions; with Charles E. Hall, Supervisor, Negro Economics, Ohio re housing facilities for Negroes, statistical work on Negro wage-earners; literary with Frank Hallin, Editor of "Method;" with Mrs. Joh
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Haynes, George E. - letters of recommendation and support, release announcing his appointment, 7 page study and report by Haynes re model village in North Carolina and routine.
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I - Inter-racial Council re immigration and routine.
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J - with Mary E. Jackson, Secretary, Bureau of the Young Women's Christian Associations, re colored women in industry; with Paul B. Johnson, Captain, Medical Corps re assisting colored soldiers with finding employment after discharge and routine.
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Jackson, Giles B. - President, National Civic Improvement Association re conference with Samuel Gompers, President, AFL, concerning plans for the mobilization of Negro farm labor; ideas on the creation of a Bureau of Negro Labor; congested railroad situat
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Jennifer, William - President, "The Detroit Compass," re literary (1920) and special agent, United States Employment Service.
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Jones, Eugene K. - Executive Secretary of National League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes, and later National Urban League, 2 page statement re race riots in Washington and Chicago distributed by National Urban League, and routine.