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Series B. Inactive File [series]:
File of inactive, defunct, or deceased individuals and organizations. Bulk material dates from before 1980.

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Miscellaneous
Also one velox print, one image clipped from a magazine, and a typescript letter signed by Jon Lukomnik (Office of the Comptroller). One print has staple through border; two prints have staples through image area. One print is a Polaroid.
Photographer if identified: Bill Moore, Duane Harris Photo, Coreen Simpson, Sally Mueller, Lem Peterkin, Daniel Dutka, Pictorial Enterprise, Robert Kalfus
Number of Prints: 41

  B-1  
Miscellaneous
Four prints have staples through the border; one print has a staple through the corner of the image.
Photographer if identified: Bert Andrews, Monroe S. Frederick II, Pictorial Enterprise, Juanita M. Cole, Steve Friedman, Shelley Brown
Number of Prints: 42

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Adams, Grantley (Sir)
Number of Prints: 1

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Adams, J.M.G. "Tom"
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 2

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Adderley, Julian (Cannonball)
Also two velox prints and two newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 1

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Aldrich, Ann
Number of Prints: 1

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Alexander, Raymond Pace (Judge)
Also one velox print. Note on folder: "see Inactive file"
Photographer if identified: Sam Miller
Number of Prints: 1

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Allen, James E. (Mr. and Mrs.)
Also one paper stereotype matrix. One print has a staple through the border.
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen Studio, James Campbell, A. Watkins, Cecil Layne, Dummett, Smith, Claude Maloon, James C. Campbell, YMCA of Greater New York, Walter B. Baker, Woodard's Studio, King Photographers, Pictorial Enterprise, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 29

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Anderson, Eddie "Rochester"
Also one two-leaf press release, one velox print, and three paper stereotype matrices. Two prints have staples through border.
Photographer if identified: International News Photo, Keystone Pictures Inc., AAF Training Command
Number of Prints: 9

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Anderson, James (Pfc.)
Two press clippings. Note on folder: "Deceased Medal of Honor winner."

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Armstrong, Louis
Also two velox prints, one single-leaf press release, and one partial handbill.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Wide World Photos, James Gilbert, Bill Carter, Ed Sullivan, Allan W. McMillan
Number of Prints: 17

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Armstrong, Lucille (Mrs.)
Also one velox print. Two prints attached together with paperclip. One print has a photocopy of a typed letter signed by Joseph F. Lisa attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Bill Mark, Parks Administration Public Information Office
Number of Prints: 14

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Asburn, Benny
Photographer if identified: Norman Frederick, Cecil Layne, James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 8

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Baker, Bertram
Photographer if identified: Big M Photo Service
Number of Prints: 2

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Baker, Corinne Statum
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Lloyd Yearwood, BroDavid McAdams, Harris Photo, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, James Gilbert,
Number of Prints: 20

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Baker, Ella (Ms., In memorium)
One two-leaf press release and one single-leaf photocopied press clipping.

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Baker, Josephine
Also three velox prints and twelve newspaper clippings (one with accompanying mailing envelope).
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, Harris Photo, Bro. David McAdams, George West, Whitestone Photo, International News Photos, Alex Hamilton, M Associates, A. Hansen
Number of Prints: 27

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Baldwin, James
One velox print.

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Ballad, Florence
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 1

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Banneker, Benjamin
Number of Prints: 2

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Barnes, Nathan
Photographer if identified: United Nations/Chen, James Gilbert, Yeshiva University Department of Public Relations
Number of Prints: 6

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Barnes, Nathan
One velox print, one funeral program, one four-leaf press release, one stamped funeral announcement with ms. additions, one photocopied c.v. (three leaves), and two newspaper clippings.

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Basie, Catherine (Mrs.)
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Reni Photos, Regency Pictorials Inc., Gill Photographers, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Arthur J. Corr, Harris Photo, Cecil Layne, Frederick A. Schroeder, Schroeder & Corr, Ed Sullivan, Mrs. H. David Rogers.
Number of Prints: 19

  B-1  
Basie, Count
Also one velox print. One bundle of four prints and one bundle of two prints stuck together with paste. One print has caption attached with staple through border.
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc., Mike Hall Assoc., Pictorial Enterprise, Juanita M. Cole, Z. A. Wiggins, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 28

  B-1  
Basie, Count
One bundle of two prints and one bundle of approximately 6 prints stuck together with paste. Two photos stapled together at border.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, Bryan D. Hall, Channel 21, Monmouth County Arts Council, David Workman Photography, James C. Campbell, James Gilbert, Jay McShann, O'Brien, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 40

  B-1  
Bennett, Howard
Also one velox print, one newspaper clipping, and a single-leaf computer-printed typescript text entitled "Somewhere Dr. King is Smiling" by Stevie Wonder.
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Al Levine, James Campbell, Pictorial Enterprise, Harris Photo, Monroe S. Frederick II
Number of Prints: 12

  B-1  
Bishop, Maurice
Also one velox print and one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Frank Dexter
Number of Prints: 5

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Bishop, Maurice
Photographer if identified: Kwame Brathwaite
Number of Prints: 2

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Blake, Eubie
Also three velox prints. Two prints are stuck together with paste; another two stuck together with tape.
Photographer if identified: Dave Greene, Lem Peterkin's Photo, Coreen Simpson, Hy Zazula Associates, Amas Repert[ory Theatre] Inc., Norman Frederick, Ace Creative Photos, James Gilbert, Hamilton Associates, Mullam
Number of Prints: 34

  B-1  
Bontemps, Arna
One newspaper clipping.

  B-1  
Bostic, Joe
Also two single-image negatives. One print is pasted onto a small piece of art board.
Photographer if identified: Barry Kramer, Merritt Photo, Tex Harris, Herbert Hawkins
Number of Prints: 12

  B-1  
Bostic, Joseph E.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-1  
Boxley, Calvin
Number of Prints: 5

  B-1  
Boyd, LeRoy
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 1

  B-1  
Boyland, Thomas S.
Also one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Portfolio International Inc.
Number of Prints: 3

  B-1  
Bradley, Omar N. (General)
One carbonscript news article and nine newspaper clippings.

  B-1  
Bramwell, Lula
3 typescript texts (totaling 8 leaves), one typed letter signed by Inez Smith Reid, and one single-leaf text removed from an unidentified source.

  B-1  
Bramwell, Lula
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Curt Clemons,
Number of Prints: 8

  B-1  
Brannic, LeRoy M.
Typescript obituary attached to print with paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 1

  B-1  
Brewer, Guy R.
One mimeographed press release, one two-leaf typescript meeting resolution (plus a carbonscript copy of the second leaf), one two-leaf typescript editorial (with attached ms. note and two-leaf carbonscript statement), one three-leaf typescript text of a speech given by Guy R. Brewer on Jan. 12, 1946, a two-leaf typescript article about the event at which that speech was given, one carbonscript editorial, one typed letter signed by Nevill B. Lake (one leaf, with accompanying envelope), one carbonscript legal summons (4 leaves total), and 6 newspaper clippings.

  B-1  
Brewer, Guy R.
Also three velox prints. One print has caption attached with staple through border.
Photographer if identified: Paul Costin, Gill Photographers, Bill Hayes Photography, Dick De Marsico, Wilson, President Borough of Queens
Number of Prints: 13

  B-1  
Bricktop
Also one velox print. Approximately 4 prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: David J. M. Robinson, Wagner International Photos Inc., John Whyte
Number of Prints: 8

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Bronson, Samuel
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 1

  B-1  
Brooks, Charlie (Jr.)
Two newspaper clippings.

  B-1  
Brooks, Ed
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-1  
Brown, Earl
One print has caption attached with staple through border.
Photographer if identified: David McAdams, Hale Haberman, Rapid News Photo, James C. Campbell, Maurey Garber, Nichols, Dummett, Harold T. Cooper, Mallory Photo, A. Hansen Studio, Cecil Layne, News-Ad Photography
Number of Prints: 31

  B-1  
Brown, Earl (clippings)
One typed letter signed by Earl Brown, one two-leaf typescript press release, one single-leaf typescript press release, one three-leaf typescript editorial with extensive ms. additions and corrections, one two-leaf typescript editorial, one typed letter signed by Earl [Brown], one three-leaf carbonscript editorial, one carbonscript newspaper article draft, three single-leaf carbonscript resolutions, one single-leaf carbonscript editorial, one two-leaf carbonscript editorial, one two-leaf press release, one single-leaf press release, one three-leaf typescript press release with ms. additions, one six-leaf carbonscript press release with ms. additions, one 10-leaf mimeographed memorandum, and approximately 36 newspaper clippings.

  B-1  
Brown, Earl (vs. Powell)
A two-leaf mimeographed press release, a four-leaf typescript press release, an Earl Brown canvassing flier, a two-leaf mimeographed press release, a four-leaf mimeographed press release, a four-leaf typescript editorial with extensive ms. additions, a two-leaf carbonscript letter from Earl Brown to Adam Clayton Powell, and approximately 28 newspaper clippings.

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Bryant, Hazel J.
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 4

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Bumpers, Elanore
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Bunche, Ralph
Photographer if identified: Wagner International Photos, Nichols, Cecil Layne, News Voice International, Photokraft
Number of Prints: 15

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Bunche, Ralph (monument)
Print is pasted to art board.
Number of Prints: 1

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Bunche, Ralph
A three-leaf typescript curriculum vita, two leaves of ms. notes, a typescript letter (one leaf) accompanying a single-leaf photocopy of a typed letter signed by Edith M. Lerrigo and Helen Claytor of the YWCA, a ms. memorial poem by Howard Bennett, a mimeograph of a typed letter signed by Channing H. Tobias, a mimeographed of a typescript article with accompanying mailing envelope, two programs from Bunche's memorial service (both with extensive ms. notes), a two-leaf typescript "Bulletin," a three-leaf typescript newspaper article, a bundle of documents relating to the West Side Tennis Club (two press releases totaling 7 leaves, one single-leaf carbonscript editorial, one single-leaf typed letter signed by Emanuel Targum, and approximately 8 newspaper clippings), a two-leaf mimeographed press release, a single-leaf mimeograph issue of a telegram by Abe Stark, a single-leaf mimeographed press release, two mimeographed leaves containing texts by Lou LuTour, a two-leaf typescript news article by Harold L. Oram, a photocopy of a single-leaf typed letter signed by J. Bruce Llewellyn, two single-leaf typescript press releases, a single-leaf typescript biography of Bunche, the memorial pamphlet "Ralph Johnson Bunche: Peacemaker" (2 copies), a prospectus pamphlet for a Bunche memorial "Peace Form One: Dr. Ralph J. Bunche Memorial Project in the Arts," the periodical "Dateline" (vol. 1, no. 3, June 1949 - 2 copies), and approximately 73 original and two faxed newspaper clippings.

  B-1  
Burrell, Berkeley G.
Also one velox print and one two-leaf press release with ms. annotation. Note on folder: "See also National Business League."
Photographer if identified: George West, Vernoll
Number of Prints: 5

  B-2  
C (misc.)
Two prints have staples through border, two have staples through corner of image. One publicity print of Earl Coleman is inscribed by Coleman to "Ed."
Photographer if identified: Gill Photographers, Corporate Photographers Inc., Aristocrat Studio, Ted Sikorski, Pictorial Enterprise, LIU Brooklyn Campus/Sally Mueller, Von Thomas, Lem Peterkin Photo, James J. Kriegsmann,
Number of Prints: 40

  B-2  
C (misc.)
Also one velox print and one six-leaf packet of photocopied newspaper articles on Desiree Coleman. Four prints have staples through border, three have staples through image.
Photographer if identified: Martha Swope, Juanita M. Cole, Paul Cox, Pictorial Enterprise, Shelley Brown, Bill Moore, Lou Manna Photography, Al Bunley
Number of Prints: 38

  B-2  
C (misc.)
Also three press releases (4 leaves total) and one single-leaf artists' bio of Alfred C. Cobbs. Five prints have staples through border, one has staple through image.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, Ruby Washington, Al Burley, Blakeslee-Lane, Allen Morgan Photo Service, David Gahr, Luigi, Chester Higgins Jr., Peterkin Photo, Raslavasky Photographics, A. Hansen, Marvin T. Jones, Shelley Brown, Andre Beckles, Poet-Eugene B. Redmond, Tommy Noonan, Cornell University/Charles Harrington
Number of Prints: 56

  B-2  
Cade, Charles
One newspaper clipping.

  B-2  
Caffey, Anita
One newspaper clipping.

  B-2  
Cambridge, Godfrey
Also 4 velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Metropolitan Photo Service, Wagner International Photos, Betty Lee Hunt, Paul Schumach
Number of Prints: 15

  B-2  
Camp, Byrne
Note on folder: "Deceased Jan. 1982, Funeral 1/19/82."
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen Photography
Number of Prints: 2

  B-2  
Capers, William (Det.)
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Carter, Elmer
Two mimeographed press releases (totaling 5 leaves) and 3 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Carter, Elmer
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Carter, Lillian
One velox print.

  B-2  
Carthan, Hattie
Photographer if identified: Michael Knight
Number of Prints: 2

  B-2  
Carver, George Washington
One mimeographed and one photocopied "Proclamation" (the former dated 1963, the latter 1967), one two-leaf "Thumbnail Biography]," one six-leaf (11-p.) mimeographed text speech entitled "Post-War Jobs for Farmers" by Clinton P. Anderson, one computer-printed typescript "Profile of George Washington Carver," one four-leaf press release, one newspaper clipping, one velox print, and one paper stereotype matrix.

  B-2  
Carver, George Washington
Also one press kit (consisting of a typed letter signed by Sean Callery, a three-leaf typescript press release and a three-leaf photocopy of the same, the pamphlet "From Orchids to Peanuts" by Robert and Leona Rienow, a typescript recipe for "Brussels Sprouts with Peanuts," and two photo prints [included in print count for this folder]); one four-leaf press release with ms. annotations, and one velox print.
Number of Prints: 19

  B-2  
Carver, George Washington (Memorial Institute)
Periodical Chemical Week (Sept. 13, 1952), offset-printed editorial feature "Introducing Slavery Into America"/"In This World: George Washington Carver" by Gretter Features, and two copies of a fund-raising form for a Carver memorial with accompanying typed letter signed by "Tex" Brady (1 leaf).

  B-2  
Cave, Herbert (Dr.)
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, Bill Carter,
Number of Prints: 12

  B-2  
Chauncey, Harrell
Also typescript text of a funeral announcement (1 leaf), funeral program, two-leaf typescript notes for obituary, a three-leaf mimeographed press release (2 copies), three-leaf mimeographed text "L.S.D. - An Art Form," photocopied single-leaf typed letter signed by Sidney Shulman, mimeographed "Live Social Drama" handbill, one photocopied newspaper clipping, one photocopied program from the Excellence in Communications Awards, and 4 velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Studio Twelve, Bob Head, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 12

  B-2  
Chinn, May Edward
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Clark, James I. (Bishop)
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Clark, Mamie (Dr.)
Also four velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Norman Frederick, Gary Scott, James Gilbert, D'Arlene Studio, ABC Press Relations, Bradford Bachrach
Number of Prints: 17

  B-2  
Clark, Michele
Number of Prints: 2

  B-2  
Clark, Odell
One print has a single-leaf carbonscript letter attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Harris Photo, George M. West
Number of Prints: 5

  B-2  
Clemente, Roberto
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: United Press International
Number of Prints: 2

  B-2  
Cole, Nat "King"
Also one velox print and four paper stereotype matrices. One print is pasted to a piece of art board.
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, James C. Campbell, United Press International Inc., Jarvis Darville, Oscar Mallory, Metropolitan Photo Service, International News Photos, Fay Foto Service, Matthews' News and Photo Agency
Number of Prints: 23

  B-2  
Cole, Nat "King"
Also the booklet The Incomparable Nat King Cole: His Career, His Life, His Legacy (Sepia, 1965), a three-leaf carbonscript biography, magazine article "The Life and Death of Nat King Cole" (removed from the Apr. 1965 issue of Ebony, 6 leaves) and two newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Colston, James Allen (Dr.)
Also one 4-leaf press release and two velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Bronx Community College, YMCA of Greater New York, Parkway Studios, Wide World Photos, Conrad Waldinger, Dollar Savings Bank
Number of Prints: 21

  B-2  
Cook, Victor
One newspaper clipping.

  B-2  
Cooke, Sam
Photocopied coroner's report (4 leaves), two photocopied inquest transcripts (53 and 27 leaves), 1 magazine clipping, and 10 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Cotman, Earl
With typescript obituary (with ms. corrections) attached.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Crown Heights
8 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Cuban Prisoners
3 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Cullen, Countee
Also one image clipped from an unidentified source (magazine or other publication).
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Cuomo, Andrew
7 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Dale, Edgar Oscar
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Daley, Richard J. (Mayor)
5 newspaper clippings. Note on folder: "Died 12/21/76."

  B-2  
Dandridge, Dorothy
One print has two-leaf photocopied press release attached with paperclip.
Number of Prints: 8

  B-2  
Dandridge, Dorothy
Also magazine article "Dorothy Dandridge: Hollywood's Tragic Enigma (removed from Ebony, Mar. 1966, 7 leaves), and approximately 14 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Davis, Joseph E.
Mimeographed curriculum vita (3 copies, 3 leaves each, one with typescript addition on final page), three single-leaf mimeographed press releases, two-leaf typescript press release with ms. additions, three-leaf mimeographed press release, and three newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Davis, Joseph E.
Also one mimeographed press release (2 leaves), one typescript press release (1 leaf), one carbonscript press release (2 leaves), and one velox print.
Photographer if identified: M Associates, Blackstone-Shelburne New York, Cecil Layne, Ed Bagwell
Number of Prints: 15

  B-2  
DeBourg, Ronald S.
One newspaper clipping.

  B-2  
Dempsey, O.D. (Rev.)
Also one ticket stub/handbill and one typescript press release. One print is pasted to art board.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, King Photographers, Bro. David McAdams, George M. West, Burley Photo Syndicate, New York Housing Authority/L. Marinoff, Big M Photo Service
Number of Prints: 30

  B-2  
Dempsey, O.D. (Rev.)
Also two velox prints. One photo print is a Polaroid.
Photographer if identified: BroDavid McAdams, Dave Greene Photo, S. Gorry, Harris Photo, Big M Photo Service
Number of Prints: 30

  B-2  
Dickens, Thomas (Judge)
Note on folder: "May 8, 1984."
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, International News & Pictures Syndicate, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 6

  B-2  
Diggs, Wesley
One original illustration by Mel Tapley and two newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Dingle, Allen
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Dixon, Dean
One newspaper clipping.

  B-2  
Dodson, Owen
Photographer if identified: E. Lee White
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
Douglas, Margaret (Mrs.)
3 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Douglas, Margaret
Photographer if identified: Blackstone-Shelburne N.Y., King Photographers, James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 3

  B-2  
Douglass, Frederick (Awards Dinner)
Also program from dedication ceremony for Frederick Douglass College, two-leaf mimeographed "Off The Record Memorandum" from Mrs. Theodore W. Kheel, and one newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-2  
DuBois, Shirley Graham
Also one two-leaf mimeographed obituary draft, two-leaf photocopied press release with ms. additions, three newspaper clippings, and one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, University of Massachusetts News Bureau/Munson Hall
Number of Prints: 4

  B-2  
Du Bois, W.E.B.
Two-leaf unsigned manuscript text "Ghetto Boy Makes Good," Feb. 1968 issue of The Crisis (cover image of DuBois clipped out), UMass pamphlet Impact on Tomorrow, prospectus pamphlet and photocopied single-leaf press release for The Education of Black People: Ten Critiques 1906-1960, brochure of "New Titles: University of Massachusetts Press Spring & Summer 1973," single-leaf mimeographed bio of Herbert Aptheker, single-leaf mimeographed bio of Mike Thelwell, two different two-leaf press releases on the acquisition of DuBois' archive by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, single-leaf press release on W.E.B. DuBois Speaks by Pathfinder Press, magazine article "W.E.B. Du Bois on the Jews" (removed from Jewish Currents, Feb. 1972), uncorrected galley proof (with dust jacket and single-leaf press release) for Cheer the Lonesome Traveller by Leslie Alexander Lacy, one two-leaf press release on Shirley DuBois' memoirs, one paper stereotype matrix with attached printed page proof, and approximately 25 newspaper clippings.

  B-2  
Du Bois, W.E.B.
One computer-printed typescript text (6 leaves).

  B-2  
Du Bois, W.E.B.
Two single-leaf mimeographed press releases (with four attached newspaper clippings) on the American Labor Party's refusal to allow Du Bois to speak at a 1951 event; 6-leaf mimeographed statement by Du Bois "The Campaign of 1950," with ms. annotations; four-leaf mimeographed excerpts from DuBois' address at the ALP Madison Square Garden rally (Oct. 24, 1950); six-leaf mimeographed interview with DuBois, including cover letter by William L. Patterson, typed letter signed by Hugh H. Smythe (1 leaf) attached to 15-leaf mimeographed text "My Relations with the NAACP" by Du Bois and two newspaper clippings; two-leaf mimeographed article text "Dr. Du Bois Makes History in Campaign for U.S. Senate" by Robert Lucas; three-leaf mimeographed "Supplementary Release" from Du Bois Testimonial Dinner Committee; single-leaf mimeographed "Biographical Notes of the Life of Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois"; two-leaf mimeographed "Background material for use with press release" by DuBois Memorial Committee; invitation, RSVP card, and return envelope for Black Academy of Arts and Letters' First Annual Awards Banquet; two-leaf press release with two accompanying mimeographed letters (5 leaves total) concerning Du Bois' joining the Communist Party U.S.A.; offprinted article "W.E.B. Du Bois: Prophet Not Without Honor" by William F. Bell, taken from the Mar. 2, 1968 issue of The Berkshire Eagle; single-leaf mimeographed biography of Du Bois dated Jun. 4, 1973; bundle of documents containing the Third Voice, vol. 1, no. 2, a 7-leaf photocopied prospectus of the play The Secret Place by Garrett Morriss, a 3-leaf mimeographed "Appendix" to the proposal for the Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, and a two-leaf mimeographed listing of programs at the Douglass Creative Arts Center; and a 1974 publicity mailing from the Publicity Committee of the W.E.B. Du Bois Dept. of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

  B-2  
Dukes, Dora Graf (Mrs.)
One newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Duncan, Dorothy T.
5 newspaper clippings.

  B-3  
Durham, Yancey
One newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Eaton, Roy
Photographer if identified: SC
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Ellington, Duke
Also one image clipped from an unidentified publication.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Leonard Halpern, Dick De Marsico, Al Burley, Larry Andrews, James J. Kriegsmann, Wagner International Photos
Number of Prints: 23

  B-3  
Ellington, Duke
Also two velox prints.
Photographer if identified: James J. Kriegsmann, Harris Photo, Pictorial Enterprise, James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 25

  B-3  
Ellington, Duke
Also a page removed from an unidentified publication containing a brief bio of Ellington and a full-page ad for a performance in New York on May 26th, 1969; one four-leaf packet of photocopied newspaper clippings; 2 paper stereotype matrices; and approximately 11 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Photography by Wilson, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 13

  B-3  
Ellington, Duke (Mrs.)
One velox print.

  B-3  
Ellison, Ralph
3-leaf mimeographed press release on a 1967 speech by Ellison at the University of Michigan; two-leaf mimeographed press release with ms. annotations on Ellison's election to Board of Trustees at the New School for Social Research; 3-leaf mimeographed press release on Ellison being named Albert Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities; single-leaf mimeographed press release summarizing a 1953 interview with Ellison; one magazine clipping; and 3 newspaper clippings.

  B-3  
English, Edward
One newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Evers, Medgar
  B-3  
Evers, Medgar
A single-leaf mimeographed memorandum from Henry Lee Moon on NAACP letterhead, with 11 attached mimeographed leaves of background information on Evers; a single-leaf mimeographed capsule biography of Evers; one three-leaf press release for the hip-hop band Raw Fusion (apparently misfiled); and approximately 79 newspaper clippings.

  B-3  
Evers, Medgar (Bio)
Two-leaf mimeographed "Biographical Sketch of Medgar Evers 1925-1964," with ms. annotations.

  B-3  
Flowers, William
One newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Frazier, Jamesetta
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Freeman, H. Lawrence
Note on folder: "(Deceased)." One "Biographical Form Sheet," partially completed in ms.; two newspaper clippings; two copies of an offprinted article on Freeman from the Trail Blazer (both with notes stating that the article appeared in the Amsterdam News ca. 1933), one "Brief Resume" handbill, and one printed microform newspaper article.

  B-3  
Furman, Roger
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Galamison, Milton (Rev.)
Also one velox print. Three prints have staples through border.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, Dave Greene Photo/Pictorial International, Melvin Gomes, Ace Creative Photos, OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center of New York Inc.), Jay Sharp, Zeph Nesbitt, Rufus Merritt, King Photographers, The Bing Studio, Jan Jachniewicz, Stevens Photo, Hansen, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 26

  B-3  
Galamison, Milton (Rev.)
One autograph letter signed by A. Moss (four leaves), with attached page from Spotlight vol. 4, no. 2 (Mar. 1961), order of service program from Siloam Presbyterian Church, and mailing envelope; program from "Homecoming Celebration for Milton A. Galamison, Sr."; and approximately 26 newspaper clippings.

  B-3  
Galamison, Milton (Rev.) (Biography)
One three-leaf autograph letter signed by "Indignant Siloam Members," with accompanying typescript transcription, order of service program from Siloam Presbyterian Church, and mailing envelope; one-leaf "Biographical Sketch of the Reverend Milton A. Galamison" removed from an unknown publication; and one-leaf photocopied typescript text "Rev. Milton A. Galamison."

  B-3  
Galiber, Pamela
Also one velox print, one image removed from an unidentified publication, and one newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Gandhi, Mahatma
  B-3  
Garner, Erroll
Photographer if identified: Charles Stewart, TWA, Octave Records Inc., South Carolina State College Office of Information Services
Number of Prints: 32

  B-3  
Garner, Erroll
Also two handbills for Carnegie Hall performance (Feb. 18, 1967), one four-leaf mimeographed press release, single-leaf mimeographed bio, "Biographical Sketch" removed from "Town Hall Program" (1 leaf folded to 4 p.), one two-leaf mimeographed press release, offprinted article "My Pleasure" from Jun. 21, 1965 issue of Newsweek (1 leaf), one 4-leaf mimeographed "Erroll Garner Biography," 7 newspaper clippings, and one velox print.
Number of Prints: 11

  B-3  
Garvey, Amy Ashwood
Also one typed letter signed by Reginald Pierrepointe (1 leaf), 3 leaves of ms. notes toward an obituary, and 4 newspaper clippings. Note on folder: "Deceased first wife of Marcus Garvey."
Number of Prints: 2

  B-3  
Garvey, Marcus Mosiah
Also 3-leaf typescript text "Garvey's Widow Accuses Traitors"; one carbonscript news report of Garvey's death (1 leaf); 2 leaves of ms. notes; photocopied "Proclamation" by Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton (1 leaf); a single-leaf typed letter signed by H. E. Wesley, Jr., with attached single-leaf mimeographed press release; a packet of 5 leaves of photocopied typescript letter;, and 8 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, The Gleaner Co. Ltd.
Number of Prints: 4

  B-3  
Garvey, Marcus Mosiah
Also one velox print and one original illustration (unsigned). Three prints stapled together at corner.
Photographer if identified: Harry Kalmus, Bob Head, Trans-Urban News, Harris Photo, The Gleaner Co. Ltd.
Number of Prints: 16

  B-3  
Garvey, Marcus Mosiah
Number of Prints: 2

  B-3  
Gibson, D. Parke
Also two-leaf mimeographed text "Black Profiles of Courage" by Lou LuTour; single-leaf mimeographed text "Biographical Data"; bundle of documents containing two-leaf mimeographed "Fact Sheet" with extensive ms. notes on verso of both leaves; Jack O'Dwyer's Newsletter vol. 6, no. 11 with extensive ms. notes on verso, Race Relations & Industry vol. 9, no. 1 (Jun. 1973), and The Gibson Report vol. 14, no. 1 (Jun. 1973); Review (pamphlet published by D. Parke Gibson International Inc.); and two newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Gibson, D. Parke
Number of Prints: 4

  B-3  
Gilliam, Jim
  B-3  
Glover (Patrolman)
Note on paper accompanying photos: "Delores Glover, wife of slain Ptl. Glover." Nine of the prints are stuck together with paste in four bundles.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 14

  B-3  
Golden, Geraldine Joyce Ward
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Goodman, Al
Also one velox print and one image clipped from an unidentified publication or flier.
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, Hirquon Photo, George Frye, Harris Photo, Elizabeth L. Harman/U.S. Navy, Jack A. Nedell/Jan Studios.
Number of Prints: 8

  B-3  
Granger, Lester B.
One two-leaf obituary press release; one typed letter signed by Theodore W. Kheel to C.B. Powell; one three-leaf mimeographed transcription of "Remarks by Mayor Robert F. Wagner at the Urban League luncheon... Oct. 8, 1961"; two-leaf mimeographed "Seating List" from the Oct. 8, 1961 Lester B. Granger Brunch; four-leaf mimeographed press release on a celebration held in honor of Granger's retirement; four-leaf mimeographed press release on Granger's 1945 tours of Pacific naval bases; two-leaf mimeographed "Press Statement by Lester B. Granger" on his 1945 naval base tours; two-leaf mimeographed transcription of Llewelyn A. Owen's introduction of Granger at the 1952 Oberlin College commencement ceremony; 5-leaf typescript text "Taken from Commencement Address by Lester B. Granger at Wilberforce University... 1947"; pamphlet Getting Things Done: Lester B. Granger, Executive Director 1941-1961 (2 copies, one with laid-in pamphlet Roll Call of Friends: Tribute to Lester Granger, October 8, 1961); and 19 newspaper clippings (one stapled to folder).

  B-3  
Granger, Lester B.
Four-leaf mimeographed "Biographical Sketch of Lester B. Granger"; two-leaf mimeographed press release on the Eighth International Conference of Social Work in Munich, Germany; four-leaf mimeographed press release on Granger's tours of Pacific naval bases in 1945; single-leaf press release on rumors that Granger was being considered for a position in the federal government (1954); two-leaf carbonscript open letter to Granger by the Executive Board of the Negro Teachers Association (1956); four-leaf mimeographed "Address before the Global News Syndicate's Annual Press Awards Dinner... 1955," with some ms. annotations; two-leaf mimeographed text of Granger's speech upon his receipt of the John B. Russwurm Award (1957); offprinted magazine article "Does the Negro Want Integration?" by Granger, taken from the Feb. 1951 issue of The Crisis (vol. 58, no. 2); 8-leaf mimeographed text "The Contribution of the Negro to Progress and Prosperity in America" (delivered at the Jan. 19, 1948 meeting of the Economic Club of Detroit); single-leaf "Biographical form sheet," partially completed in ms.; 2 copies of the pamphlet A Founder's Day Address by Granger (Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA, 1945), one with attached "Biographical sketch" (mimeographed, 1 leaf); pamphlet ...To the Unfinished Struggle: Three Addresses to American College Youth (ca. 1944/1945); program from memorial service at the Riverside Church (Jan. 13, 1976); and a single-leaf photocopied press release announcing a speech by Charles B. Rangel at Spelman College (1976).

  B-3  
Granger, Lester B.
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Nichols, U.S. Navy, A. Hansen Studio, Blackstone Studios, WERD
Number of Prints: 10

  B-3  
Gross, Ted
Also single-page mimeographed press release on Gross's appointment as Commissioner of the Youth Services Agency (with ms. annotations) and 8 newspaper clippings. 19 of the prints bundled together with ms. note: "Funeral of Ted Gross."
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, United Press International Inc.
Number of Prints: 22

  B-3  
Haley, Alex
One velox print.

  B-3  
Haley, Alex
Also one 3-leaf press release and 4 velox prints. One print has two-leaf press release attached. Two prints have staples through border.
Photographer if identified: King Photographers, Harris Photo, Janet Griffith, Pictorial Enterprise, Louis Draper
Number of Prints: 23

  B-3  
Hall, Adelaide
Invitation handbill to a memorial service at St. Paul's Church, London; program from memorial service at St. Paul's Church (two copies, one offset-printed, one photocopied); two computer-printed letters signed by Barry Sullvivan to Cathy Connors (3 leaves total); two-leaf fax transmission from Barry Sullivan to Cathy Connors; and 14 leaves of photocopied newspaper articles.

  B-3  
Hamer, Fannie Lou
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: King Photographers/Brownsville Community Council Inc. Public Relations and Information Dept.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Hamilton, Thelma
One print is inscribed by Hamilton "To Ida and Lillian."
Photographer if identified: King Photographers
Number of Prints: 2

  B-3  
Handy Brothers (Music Publishers)
Carbonscript press release "Handy Brothers nearing half century as music publishers" (4 leaves), Reprint of a program "Unsung Americans Sung," single-leaf broadside prospectus for book "Unsung Americans Sung," and one newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Handy, W.C.
Photographer if identified: Milton Francis, Ebet Roberts, International News & Pictures Syndicate, Dummett, Milton Francis, Billy Butler/Pan Continental Tours, Layne's Studio, ASCAP, A. Hansen, Nichols
Number of Prints: 12

  B-3  
Handy, W.C. (Foundation)
Autograph letter signed by Julia P. Hanson, attached to 3-leaf mimeographed minutes of a board meeting.

  B-3  
Hansberry, Lorraine
Also one leaf (from an unknown publication) containing a brief bio of Hansberry.
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc., Bro. David McAdams
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Hansberry, Lorraine
18 newspaper clippings.

  B-3  
Hansberry, William L. (Dr.)
Staple through border of print.
Photographer if identified: The News Bureau
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Harper, Solomon
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Harris, Tex (John Tex)
Photographer if identified: Dave Greene, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 30

  B-3  
Harris, Tex (John Tex)
Also 4 velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 11

  B-3  
Harris, Tex (John Tex)
Also one mimeographed memorandum announcing Harris' death, three versions of a two-leaf autobiographical text (one typescript, two photocopied), and one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Dave Greene, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 5

  B-3  
Harris, Sarah T.
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-3  
Hathaway, Donna
Photographer if identified: Monroe S. Frederick II
Number of Prints: 8

  B-3  
Hawkins, Coleman
Photocopied biographical text by Stanley Dance (1 leaf) and 1 photocopied newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Hawkins, E.G. (Dr.)
One newspaper clipping.

  B-3  
Hayes, Roland
Also two-leaf mimeographed text "Brickbats and Bouquets are Hurled at Hayes", offprinted newspaper article "Two Races Here Side By Side Hear Hayes," 3-leaf mimeographed "Statement by Richard L. White... on the occasion of the AMA Tribute to Roland Hayes... 1962", 2-leaf mimeographed program of an undated performance by Roland Hayes, pamphlet "A Door So Wide" (published by the American Missionary Association, 1962), pamphlet "Roland Hayes" (published by the American Missionary Association, 1962), two newspaper clippings, and one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Alix B. Williamson/Whitestone Photo, Alix B. Williamson/Burns Brothers, James Gilbert,
Number of Prints: 7

  B-3  
Hayes, Roland
Single-leaf mimeographed press release for a performance by Hayes at the Baptist Educational Center, Nov. 18, 1952; two-leaf carbonscript copy of a program for an undated performance by Hayes; one handbill for a performance by Hayes at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, Dec. 4, 1952; and one newspaper clipping.

  B-4  
Hicks, James L.
Also one contact sheet (10 images). One pair of prints is pasted to single pieces of art board.
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, James Gilbert, Art Williams Photography, Claude W. Satterfield Jr., Alexander Archer, James C. Campbell, James Gilbert/News Voice International, Bro. David McAdams, George Morris, Cecil Layne, YMCA of Greater New York, Alvin Williams/Alvin Photo, Burley Photo Syndicate, Curt Commons Foto, Bill Carter, Ralph Cooper, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 37

  B-4  
Hicks, James L.
Also 3 velox prints. Four prints have staples through the border. Two prints are pasted to a single piece of art board. Two prints are attached to a 5-leaf press release with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Ralph Cooper, Harris Photo, Layne's Studio, James C. Campbell, Robert W. Cottrol, Oscar Mallory, A. Hansen Studio, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, James Gilbert, Bro. David McAdams, Negro Press Photo Service Inc., Harry Stern, Wagner International Photos, Bill Hayes Photography, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 34

  B-4  
Hicks, James L.
Also two velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Dave Greene, Harris Photo, Bro. David McAdams, T. Morgan Photo/Photo-Prise, George M. West
Number of Prints: 38

  B-4  
Hicks, James L.
10 prints are bundled together (without special note or identification).
Photographer if identified: R. Cottrol, Dave Greene/Portfolio International Inc., Harris Photo, BroDavid McAdams, Pan American World Airways System Atlantic Division, James Gilbert, Michael Cipriani
Number of Prints: 28

  B-4  
Higgenbotham, J.C.
Number of Prints: 2

  B-4  
Holiday, Billie
Also one mimeographed press release (1 leaf), dated 3/15/50, on performances on the West Coast; one mimeographed press release (1 leaf), dated 1/17/50 on the sales success of "Crazy He Calls Me"; 5-leaf typescript article text, dated Jul. 18, 1961, on a lawsuit brought by Holiday's estate against various record companies over royalties, with ms. corrections; two-leaf carbonscript letter signed in ms. by Louis McKay, dated 1/28/62 [i.e. 1963?], regarding a complaint against CBS ; single-leaf carbonscript letter signed in ms. by Louis McKay, dated 9/4/63, with attached 2-leaf carbonscript press release regarding the appeal of the case against CBS; one image from an unidentified source; one magazine clipping; and two newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Carl Van Vechten, Roy DeCarava (copy print)
Number of Prints: 5

  B-4  
Holt, Nora
One print has staple through corner of image.
Photographer if identified: Ace Creative Photos, Bro David McAdams, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 5

  B-4  
Hotel Theresa
One two-leaf mimeographed press release (dated in ms. 12-19-53) announcing the finalization of the hotel's purchase by Philip Edwards and Morris Schoenfeld; single-leaf typescript press release (undated but ca. 1953) on the purchase of the hotel by Edwards and Schoenfeld; a single-leaf typed letter signed by William J. Williams, dated 1-22-54; a single-leaf typed letter signed by Henry Mesner, dated 3/18/58, with attached carbonscript copy of a typed letter from Mesner to DAnton Walker and mailing envelope; a single-leaf typescript letter signed by Love B. Woods to C.B. Powell, dated 4/26/60, with attached single-leaf typescript press release; 4 leaves of ms. notes; and one newspaper clipping.

  B-4  
Howard, Elston
Also one single-leaf ms. note dated 2/15/62, one velox print and 11 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: M Associates, Harris Photo, Wagner International Photo, James Gilbert, Robert Cottrol
Number of Prints: 20

  B-4  
Hudgins, Myrtle
Number of Prints: 7

  B-4  
Hughes, Langston
One photocopied press release (3 leaves) with ms. corrections; one "Biographical Form Sheet" completed in typescript, with attached "Biographical Information" (4 carbonscript leaves and 1 blank leaf); and two newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Hughes, Langston
Also one velox print and one image removed from an unidentified publication.
Photographer if identified: Lorenzo Tucker, Photokraft, James L. Allen
Number of Prints: 11

  B-4  
Hughes, Langston
4-leaf carbonscript draft of newspaper article on Hughes being subpoenaed to appear before the McCarthy Commission; single-leaf autograph letter signed by "A Reader" to "Jimmy", with attached newspaper clipping; single-leaf typescript report of Hughes' death; 2-leaf mimeographed "Biographical Information" with attached 2-leaf carbonscript biography dated 10/27/52; 3-leaf mimeographed press release "Langston Hughes Writes Life Story"; single-leaf mimeographed press release on Hughes' book Fine Clothes to the Jew; double-sided handbill "Langston Hughes, Internationally Known Negro Poet: His Career as a Writer"; 4-leaf mimeographed text "Langston Hughes: Lover of Life and Lover of Harlem" by Alfred Duckett; program from memorial service with ms. annotations; one leaf of ms. notes ("Please do story, died Poly clinic last night"); and 54 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Note on empty folder: "See: Transfile on left of metal bookcase."

  B-4  
Hunter, Lillian Sharpe
Also one program from the National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association Annual Awards Banquet/Annual Convention, Aug. 28, 1962, with one attached leaf of ms. notes.
Number of Prints: 11

  B-4  
Huntley, Chet
Two newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Ivy, James W.
Two newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Jacko, Edward (Mr. & Mrs.)
Two prints have staples through border.
Photographer if identified: Nichols, Dummett
Number of Prints: 6

  B-4  
Jackson, George
One two-leaf photocopied press release; one 6-leaf photocopied letter from Len W. Holt to Judge E. Warren McGuire regarding the death of Jackson and 5 others at San Quentin Prison, with attached 2-leaf photocopied newspaper clipping; and 1 newspaper clipping.

  B-4  
Jackson, George (Soledad Brother)
Also 2 photocopied images and one magazine clipping.
Photographer if identified: Wide World Photos
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Jackson, Mahalia
Magazine article "She Makes a Joyful Music" by Alex Haley, removed from an unidentified issue of Reader's Digest (3 leaves); one 2-leaf press release (undated) on an appearance by Jackson on Sesame Street; one 3-leaf press release dated 5/19/71, on Jackson's receipt of an honorary degree from Marymount College; magazine article "Marital Bliss vs. Single Blessedness" by Jackson, removed from the Apr. 1968 issue of Ebony (2 copies, one 5 leaves, one 6 leaves); one two-leaf mimeographed press release dated Jan. 13, 1950, on a luncheon given in Jackson's honor by Apollo Records, with attached one-leaf mimeographed "Release No. 72 Sheet 2"; one biographical handbill from Times to Remember Historical and Contemporary Newsservice; and 3 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Jackson, Mahalia
Also one typed letter signed by Jesse Jackson to "Bryant," dated May 22 (no year), one strip of negatives (2 images), one leaf of ms. notes, one image removed from an unidentified publication, and one paper stereotype matrix.
Photographer if identified: Nichols, T.K. Deely, James Campbell, Erman's Studio, CBS Photo Division, Lee Dale Associates, Pictorial Enterprise, Ralph Cooper, Jules Schick Photography, Curt Clemons Foto, Wide World Photo
Number of Prints: 35

  B-4  
Jackson, Marion
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Jackson, Robert
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
James, Daniel (Chappie), Jr. (Major Gen.)
Also one 2-leaf biography (one offset-printed original, one photocopy), one single-leaf "Memorandum for Correspondents" dated 7/1/1975, one single-leaf press release dated 6/24/1974, and two velox prints.
Photographer if identified: U.S. Air Force/Peterson Air Force Base, A. Hansen Photography, Carl Samrock, Frank Hall/Dept. of Defense, The White House, James Gilbert, George Gillett/Dept. of Defense, Harris Photo, Wide World Photos, George Frye
Number of Prints: 32

  B-4  
Jameson, J. Horatio
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Jenkins, Horace
Number of Prints: 2

  B-4  
Johnson, Hall
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 9

  B-4  
Johnson, John. H. (Rev.)
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen Photography, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 3

  B-4  
Johnson, Lyndon B.
10-leaf carbonscript letter signed by Daniel M. Axelrod to Lyndon Johnson, with typescript heading "Summary #2 of Studies by a Citizen: Domestic Affairs--The Coe-City--Minority Crisis"; magazine article "Lyndon Johnson: Trained for Poer" by Fletcher Nebel, removed from an unidentified magazine (3 leaves); the Feb. 8, 1973 issue of Jet, with a cover story on Lyndon B. Johnson and civil rights; and 4 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Johnson, Lyndon B.
Also one 2-leaf press release (dated 4/23/1964); one transparent acetate overlay from an unidentified print; two faxed wire images; and one paper stereotype matrix.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, United Press International Inc., Cecil W. Stoughton, Wide World Photos
Number of Prints: 26

  B-4  
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Inauguration)
Also two faxed wire images.
Photographer if identified: UPI Telephoto
Number of Prints: 4

  B-4  
Johnson, Mordecai
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Johnson, Pete
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Jones, Jim (Rev.) (People's Temple)
Magazine article "The Appeal of the Death Trip" by Robert Jay Lifton, removed from The New York Times Magazine, Jan. 7, 1979 (4 leaves); magazine article "Jim Jones and His People" by James S. Gordon, removed from The New York Times Book Review, Jan. 7, 1979; and 11 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Jordon, Louis
Two newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Julian, Percy (Dr.)
One newspaper clipping.

  B-4  
Kennedy, John F.
One newspaper clipping. Note on folder: "See: Transfile on left of metal bookcase."

  B-4  
Kennedy, Robert
Note on folder: "See: Transfile on left of metal bookcase."
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
Kenyatta, Jomo
One single-leaf autograph letter signed by S. Solomon to James Hicks, dated 5/29/1963, with accompanying mailing envelope and attached newspaper clipping; magazine article "Kenyatta of Kenya" with photographs by Alfred Eisenstaedt, removed from an unidentified magazine (9 leaves); one magazine clipping; and 14 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
Kenyatta, Jomo
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc.
Number of Prints: 7

  B-4  
Kenyatta, Muhammad (Rev.)
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 2

  B-4  
King, Alfred Daniel (Rev.)
10 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
King, Cyril
Computer-printed typescript biography (2 leaves); brochure "King: Dedicated Leadership for the Virgin Islands," issued by the Independent Citizens Movement; biographical brochure (2 leaves); 2 issues of the newspaper The Daily News of the Virgin Islands (44th year, no. 10962 and 10963, Nov. 20 and 21, 1974); and one typed letter signed by Arthur Todman dated 5/12/1970.

  B-4  
King, Cyril
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-4  
King, Martin Luther, Sr.
One newspaper clipping.

  B-4  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.)
ca. 123 newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.)
Pamphlet "America's Greatest Crisis: An address by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King..." (published by the Transport Workers Union of America, undated, ca. 1961); mimeographed text "An Action Monument to Martin Luther King" by Major R. Owens (23 leaves); pamphlet "I Dreamed a Dream" by Lou LuTour (4 p.); 1 leaf of ms. notes; 1 leaf removed from an unidentified publication, containing an introductory text by Michael J. Quill and Matthew Guinan of the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO; autograph letter signed by "Conrad" to "Captain" (1 leaf), attached to 3 newspaper clippings, mimeographed letter by James A. Richardson dated 2/25/1960, and mailing envelope; typed letter by Lewis M. Yeager dated 3/30/1967, attached to a 9-leaf mimeographed transcript of a lecture given by King at Marietta College, 3/2/1967; mass-mailed SCLC letter by King dated 2/15/1968, attached to a 4-p. pamphlet memo from the SCLC dated Feb. 1968; offprinted article "Bold Design for a New South" by King, reprinted from The Nation, Mar. 30, 1963 (2 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 12/20/1962, on the SCLC's "People to People" tour (3 leaves); one magazine clipping, and two photocopied newspaper clippings.

  B-4  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.) (Eulogy)
Empty folder labeled "Eulogy -- April 1968, Last sermon -- April 1968, Proclamation on Dr. King by Pres. Johnson--April 1968."

  B-4  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.) (Supplement)
Also one contact sheet (35 images, plus small strip of 2 additional images attached); mimeographed text "People Doing Things With People, For People" by Fola P. Rae (3 leaves); computer-printed letter signed by James M. Kudla to Derral Barton, dated 12/23/1980 (1 leaf); photocopy of a typed letter signed by Jacob K. Javits to John Procope dated 12/20/1980 (1 leaf); typescript "Statement of Dorothy I. Height" dated 12/19/1980; typescript "Statement of Senator Edward M. Kennedy" dated Jan. 1981 (1 leaf); paper stereotype matrix of a comic strip by Fred Wright; a mimeographed press release about the book The Trial of Martin Luther King by Alan F. Westin and Barry Mahoney (3 leaves); 2 blank petition forms from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, calling for a national holiday honoring Dr. King; brochure "He had a dream--will you share in it?"; pre-registration form and prospectus for the Jan. 15, 1981 observation of Dr. King's birthday; pamphlet about the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change's Scholarship-Internship Program (12 p.); offprinted article "Coretta King: Keeping the Dream", reprinted from the Jan. 1980 issue of Ebony (2 leaves); ms. note signed by an unknown writer to "Jimmy" (1 leaf); 3 copies of a printed miniature dummy of a special section of the Jan. 10, 1981 issue of The Amsterdam News on King's life and legacy; 38 leaves of layout dummies, make-up sheets, and ms. notes relating to the supplement; and 3 newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 7

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.)
Note on folder: "1971." Also one wire-transfer laserphoto print, 4 photocopied wire transfer imagers, one autograph letter signed by Allen Morgan to "Mr. Walker" (with attached ms. poem, 1 leaf), 1 velox print, 7 newspaper clippings, and one photocopied newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, Ray Griffith, Arden Photo Studio, The Bing Studio, Monroe S. Frederick II, Alex Hamilton, Daniel Nilva, BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corp.), Bill Hayes Photography, Bob Head, King Photographers, James Gilbert, Mallory Photo, Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau County
Number of Prints: 43

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.)
Note on original folder: "1971." Program from the "Tenth Annual Birthday Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr." (1978), press kit for "The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. (University of California Press), periodical SCLC magazine (vol. 10, no. 1, Jan/Feb. 1981)

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.) (Nobel Peace Prize Speech)
Note on folder: "1968." Photo feature removed from the Apr. 12, 1968 issue of Life (6 leaves plus cover); article "Civil Rights" from the Mar. 19, 1965 issue of Time (3 leaves plus cover); pamphlet "Refinement by Fire" by R. Elizabeth Johns (8 p.); pamphlet "Does Martin Luther King. Jr. Have The Right? The Qualifications? The Duty? to speak out on Peace" (8 p.); offset-printed SCLC memo dated May, 1967 (1 leaf, folded to 4 p.); mimeographed transcript of "An Address by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to the Members of the Hungry Club, Wednesday, December 15, 1965, Atlanta" (14 leaves); "Man of the Year" article removed from the Jan. 3, 1964 issue of Time (12 leaves); article "He Had a Dream" by Coretta Scott King, removed from the Sept. 12, 1969 issue of Life (5 leaves); photocopied transcript of "Dr. King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech" (5 leaves, plus 2 leaves of duplicated pages); mimeographed transcript "Nobel Lecture by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Aula of the University, Oslo, Norway, December 11, 1964" (27 leaves, with ms. annotations); Photocopied text of article draft "Chisholm on King, dated 1/17/81 (2 leaves); photocopied statement on Dr. King for the Amsterdam News' tribute issue by Vernon E. Jordon, Jr., Dorothy I. Height, Hugh L. Carey, Jacob K. Javits, Coretta Scott King, and Kenneth A. Gibson (8 leaves total); (1 leaf); 1 velox print; 15 newspaper clippings; and one photocopied newspaper clipping.

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.)
Note on folder: "Martin Luther King & Hoover. Also film." Also photocopy of typed text "Voice of the People: An Expose" (2 leaves); typed letter signed by Tshakajomo Zekelkeyzulu to Percy Forman (6 leaves); 2-leaf "Statement Issued by Dr. King on Statement of J. Edgar Hoover Regarding F.B.I. Agents"; 2-leaf press release on the making of the film King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis; mimeographed summary of the film King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis (3 leaves); information packet on King: A Filmed Record (7 mimeographed leaves plus three attached fliers); handbill "Poor People: Resurrection City is a Trap!" issued by Youth for Stalin, Jun. 8, 1968; flier for the premiere of King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis; broadside poem "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." by Rayfer Earl'e Mainor; photocopied "Statement by Mayor John V. Lindsay" dated 4-4-1969; mimeographed "Thumbnail bio" (2 leaves); single-leaf mimeographed leaf of background information on the film King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis dated 2/12/1970; 2-leaf press release on the final production work on the film King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis, with attached single-leaf press release dated 2-23-1970 on the "garbage crisis"; photocopy of a typed letter signed by Martha Bush, regarding the film King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis; single-leaf typed letter signed by Vance Amaker, regarding the Martin Luther King Repertory Theatre; pamphlet "A Poetic History of the Life and Death of Dr. Martin Luther King" by John Law (4 p.); mimeographed transcript of "Dr. King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech" (6 leaves); and approximately 56 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Jr. (Dr.) (Memorial Fund)
Press kit containing 17 mimeographed leaves and one photo print; mimeographed "Note to Editors" (1 leaf); flier with information for the planned Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change; packet of news releases relating to the 1973 birthday celebration for Dr. King (4 leaves); program for "The Second Annual Benefit Concert" at the Omni, Jan. 16, 1973; program from the dedication of the Martin Luther King Statue at the Martin Luther King Community Center, Dallas, TX, 7-7-1976; Jan. 1974 Newsletter [of] the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change; pamphlet "Let My People Go: A Litany of Commemoration of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.", published by the MLK Center for Social Change; and photocopy of a typed letter signed by Coretta Scott King to the Trustees, directors, etc. of the MLK Center for Social Change, dated Jan. 19, 1973.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
King, Martin Luther, Sr. (Mrs.)
Also 8 newspaper clippings. One print has a staple through the border.
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc., Hamilton Associates, L. St. Clair Dummett
Number of Prints: 3

  B-5  
King, William Ernest (Mayor)
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 4

  B-5  
Kinlock, Robert M. (Rev.)
Also one newspaper clipping and two velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Bro. David McAdams, Pictorial Enterprise, Kinlock National Mission for the Blind Aged and Handicapped Inc., D&S Photo's, James LinkJr.
Number of Prints: 13

  B-5  
Kline, Alberta
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, Bradford Bachrach, David Hawkins, Affiliated Photo/Conway, Dummett
Number of Prints: 5

  B-5  
Kline, Alberta T.
"Biographical Form Sheet" completed in typescript.

  B-5  
Kountz, Samuel
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 6

  B-5  
Latimer, Lewis Howard
  B-5  
Lawrence, George (Rev.)
Also 2 newspaper clippings, one blank leaf of Stratford House letterhead, with attached mailing envelope addressed to James L. Hicks, and 3 velox prints. One print has staple through border.
Photographer if identified: Rufus Merritt, Pictorial Enterprise, Dave Greene Photo, Gill Photographers, Alex Summers, Ace Creative Photos, A. Hansen Studio, Monroe S. Frederick II, Antioch Baptist Church, James Gilbert, Hamilton Associates
Number of Prints: 38

  B-5  
Lawrence, Robert Clarence (Bishop)
Poster "The Church Tree of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Apostolic Faith, Founded by Bishop R.C. Lawson (1919-1943)"; pamphlet "A Blessed Life in the Making: Bishop R.C. Lawson of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, New York City"; periodical The Contender for the Faith (vol. 1, no. 4, Jul./Aug. 1961); and 3 newspaper clippings.

  B-5  
LeGrand, Shagontha
Photographer if identified: Lem Peterkin Photo
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
Leland, Mickey
One print has staple through border; one print is cut in two and reassembled with tape, with a section of the middle removed.
Photographer if identified: Bill Moore, Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 5

  B-5  
Lindsay, John (Congressman/Mayor)
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Harris Photo, Cecil Layne/Negro Press Photo Service Inc., Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, King Photographers, Greene's Photo, News Voice International, Wide World Photos, Burley Photo Service, Bro. David McAdams, City of New York Department of Sanitation, George Hopkins, Whitestone Photo, M. Black/NYC Housing Authority Photo Unit
Number of Prints: 45

  B-5  
Lindsay, John (Congressman/Mayor)
Also program from the City Hall Festival, Jul. 13, [1967]; single-leaf mimeographed press release regarding the City Hall Festival, dated Jul. 11, 1967; and single-leaf typescript news report dated Oct. 23, 1965.
Number of Prints: 55

  B-5  
Lindsay, John (Congressman/Mayor)
Also one velox print. One print has caption attached with staple through border of print. Three prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Dick De Marsico, NYC Housing Authority Photo Unit, Vincent J. Lopez, Harris Photo, L. Boykin, Pope Studio, Katrina Thomas, Wide World Photos, David McAdams, Ace Creative Photos, L. Marinoff/NYC Housing Authority Photo Unit, Beuford Smith/Burley Photo Syndicate, Mike Smith/Pix Incorporated
Number of Prints: 45

  B-5  
Lindsay, John (Congressman/Mayor)
Photographer if identified: Metropolitan Photo Service Inc., Pictorial Enterprise, Bob Head, David McAdams, Harris Photo, Cecil Layne, News Voice International, James Gilbert, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Jay Sharp Photos, Sam Reiss Photography, Big M Photo Service, Ross Photo
Number of Prints: 49

  B-5  
Liston, Sonny
3 newspaper clippings and one magazine clipping.

  B-5  
Logan, Arthur C. (Dr.)
Also photocopy of mimeographed program from a memorial service at the Riverside Church, Nov. 29, 1973 (5 leaves); one offset-printed program from the same service (different contents); and one negative.
Photographer if identified: Curt Clemons, Harris Photo, Nichols, Blackstone-Shelburne N.Y.
Number of Prints: 8

  B-5  
Logan, Rayford
Photographer if identified: The Scurlock Studio
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
Lymon, Frankie
One newspaper clipping.

  B-5  
Lynk, Doris S.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
Mabley, Jackie "Moms"
Also a two-leaf mimeographed biography; a 2-leaf press release on a tribute album for Louie Armstrong by Mabley; a single-leaf biography of Mabley and Richard Pryor; program from a memorial service at the Abyssinian Baptist Church, May 27, 1975; one photocopied newspaper clipping; one original newspaper clipping; and a one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Cottrol Photo
Number of Prints: 2

  B-5  
Machen, Eddie
One newspaper clipping.

  B-5  
Malcolm X
Note on folder: "1990." Materials from the conference "Malcolm X: Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle" held at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, from Nov. 1-4, 1990. Includes: Conference program; single-leaf conference schedule; press release on the conference (2 copies); and publication "Malcolm X Conference News" (2 copies).

  B-5  
Malcolm X (Eulogy)
Three-leaf photocopied transcript of a eulogy delivered by Ossie Davis at the funeral of Malcolm X/El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (2 copies).

  B-5  
Malcolm X
Note on folder: "1971." Complete Feb. 27, 1965 issue of The Amsterdam News, with front-page article on Malcolm X's funeral; complete Jan. 24, 1963 issue of The State News (student newspaper of Michigan State University), with an article on a lecture by Malcolm X; review of books The End of White World Supremacy: Four Speeches by Malcolm X and Stokely Speaks by Stokely Carmichael, reviewed by Julius Lester, removed from the May 16, 1971 issue of The New York Times Book Review (4 leaves); 3-leaf press release on the book Malcolm X Speaks; 3-leaf press release on the book The Autobiography of Malcolm X; 3-leaf press release dated 5-23-1977 on a week-long birthday celebration; carbonscript copy of a typed letter or telegraph from Malcolm X to Elijah Muhammad dated 3-11-1964; program from the 1971 Malcolm X Black Manhood Awards Ceremony (7 leaves); typescript "Draft questions for Koch interview" (1 leaf); packet of information regarding the 1971 Malcolm X Day celebration (8 leaves plus 3 fliers); periodical Malcolm-King Extension to Reality: Harlem College Extension Newsletter (vol. 1, no. 5, May 1971); flier regarding a moment of silence for Malcolm X to be held on May 19th, [1971] (2 copies, one with attached press release); press release dated May 7, 1978, regarding the 1978 Malcolm X birthday celebration (2 copies; each 2 leaves); mimeographed thumbnail biography of Malcolm X (1 leaf); carbonscript caption from an unidentified photo, not present (1 leaf); blank leaf of Malcolm X Black Hand Society of the WorldInc. letterhead; 4-leaf transcript of W.C. Anas M. Luqman's "Presentation Speech" for Pres. Sekou Toure, recipient of the Malcolm X Black Manhood Award; 8 newspaper clippings; one magazine clipping; and one photocopied newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
Malcolm X
Menu from a Dinner Social held by the Fruit of Islam (F.O.I.) and Muslim Girls Training (M.G.T.) at Rockland Palace, Jan. 21, 1964; empty envelope address to James Hicks, from the Organization of Afro-American Unity; typescript transcription of a statement dated Mar. 8, 1964, regarding Malcolm X's split with Elijah Muhammad; 2-leaf mimeographed text "Black Muslims Re-Embrace Malcolm X" by Carlos V. Ortiz (2 leaves); 2-leaf press release dated Feb. 13, 1973, regarding the television program Who Killed Malcolm?; 2-leaf mimeographed letter from William O. Marley regarding Malcolm X, with attached mailing envelope; typescript caption from an unidentified photo, not present (1 leaf); ms. note signed by John H. Wickhill?] to "Jim" (1 leaf); press release dated Apr. 30, 1970 regarding Roger Wilkins' statements against the Vietnam War (2 leaves), attached to a press release of the same date, regarding Leo H. Bartemeier's receipt of the Academy of Religion and Mental Health Award (3 leaves); 3-leaf mimeographed pamphlet "Black New Rochelle Takes a Hard Look at White New Rochelle," published by Black Youth Internationale and edited by L.R. Moore; 4-leaf mimeographed pamphlet "If It Were Not for the 'Negroes' Iin This Country...", published by Black Youth Internationale and edited by L.R. Moore; copy of a check dated Mar. 25, 1964, to the Amsterdam News from the Socialist Workers Party, for an advertisement; single typescript leaf of "Quotes from a speech by Malcolm X... in Los Angeles June 4"; typed letter signed by the Malcolm X Inquiry Committee entitled "Harlem Wants to Know" (1 leaf); carbonscript transcript of "Harlem Wants to Know"; handbill containing two photocopied newspaper clippings, with added commentary; 2-leaf review of For Malcolm: Poems on the Life and Death of Malcolm X, reviewed by Eugene Pieter Romayn Feldman (2 leaves, with attached mailing envelope); single-leaf text "F.O.I. (The Fruit of Islam), excerpted from Impact of Islam on Black Men by Wallace D. Muhammad; 3-leaf carbonscript article draft regarding a statement given to the Malcolm X Inquiry Committee by William F. Buckley; 3-leaf photocopy of a press release dated May 1, 1970, regarding the conference of the Academy of Religion and Mental Health; 2-leaf packet of photocopied reviews of the play El Hajj Malik, the Dramatic Life and Death of Malcolm X;36 newspaper clippings; one magazine clipping; and one photocopied magazine clipping.

  B-5  
Malcolm X (National Malcolm X Day)
9 newspaper clippings.

  B-5  
Mallient, A.M. Wendell
Note stapled to folder: "Pix of Mr. Malliet borrowed by Mr. Osbourne, 7/24/48." Also one paper stereotype matrix.
Photographer if identified: Morgan & Marvin Smith, Rapid News Photo/Dummett, Nichols, James Campbell
Number of Prints: 10

  B-5  
Margetson, Marie
Photographer if identified: Dummett
Number of Prints: 1

  B-5  
Marsh, Leo B.
One four-leaf press release regarding Marsh's death, with attached newspaper clipping.

  B-5  
Mason, Mary
One newspaper clipping.

  B-5  
Matthew, Wentworth (Rabbi)
Note on folder: "Commandment Keepers Synagogue." Also 6 negatives (9 images total), one typed receipt for a loaned print signed by Eleanor R. Murrell (1 leaf), and one typed loan record for several prints signed by Matt Melko (1 leaf). One print is pasted to art board.
Photographer if identified: L. Dummett, Lloyd Yearwood, Harris Photo, Plymouth Photographers, Nichols/Rapid News Photo, King/Rapid News Photo, W. Smith/Rapid News Photo
Number of Prints: 30

  B-5  
Maxwell, C. Clay
Also one leaf of ms. notes; program from a memorial service held at Mount Olivet Baptist Church on Dec. 15, 1973; a two-leaf press release/obituary dated Dec. 11, 1973; a carbonscript caption separated from an unidentified photo print; and two paper stereotype matrices.
Photographer if identified: Dummett, Blackstone Studios, Bro. David McAdams, Johnson Studio, James Gordon, A. Hansen, William H. Bowens, The Wurgler Company, James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 23

  B-5  
Maybelle (Big Maybelle)
Photographer if identified: Dominique
Number of Prints: 5

  B-6  
Mays, Benjamin (Dr.)
Also one negative, one image removed from an unidentified publication, one velox print, 4 paper stereotype matrices, and one newspaper clipping. One print has 3 leaves of ms. notes and one single-leaf photocopy of a mass mailing with ms. annotations attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Virginia State College News Bureau, Maurey Garber, Kay-Dee Photographers, Griffith J. Davis, The Scurlock Studio, Dummett, Keystone Pictures Inc., Walter B. Baker, Monroe S. Frederick II, Yeshiva University, Erman's Studio
Number of Prints: 25

  B-6  
McKinney, Nina Mae
One newspaper clipping.

  B-6  
McKinney, Susan Smith (Dr.)
One velox print.

  B-6  
McLaurin, Dunbar S.
Also one typescript memo signed by John L. Procope to Jesse Walker dated May 21, 1971; typescript draft of article "National Idea for Freedom/Bank in Middle of Night Originated", dated Jun. 10, 1969 (5 leaves); and photocopied press release "McLaurin at Harvard" (1 leaf). One print has a 3-leaf mimeographed biography of McLaurin and a photocopy of a typed letter signed by Steven D. Gurian to McLaurin dated Oct. 15, 1964 attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 4

  B-6  
Mead, Margaret (Dr.)
Number of Prints: 1

  B-6  
Meir, Golda
Number of Prints: 1

  B-6  
Metcalf, Ralph (Rep.)
One newspaper clipping.

  B-6  
Michaux, Lewis H.
Also two newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Janet Griffith
Number of Prints: 2

  B-6  
Michaux, Solomon Lightfoot (Elder)
One newspaper clipping.

  B-6  
Miller, Herbert T.
Photographer if identified: Hamilton Associates
Number of Prints: 6

  B-6  
Mitchell, Clarence M., III
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Bob Head, Harris Photo, Stu Whelan
Number of Prints: 8

  B-6  
Mitchell, Willie Mae
Number of Prints: 1

  B-6  
Moon, Mollie
Also one velox print. Once print has acetate overlay attached.
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, Pictorial Enterprise, Harris Photo, Bro. David McAdams
Number of Prints: 18

  B-6  
Morris, Louise Fisher
Also one velox print. One print has "Biographical Form Sheet" completed in typescript with ms. notes attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, A. Hansen Photography, Harris Photo, Bill Carter, Al Burley, Gin Briggs/New York City Mission Society Public Relations Department,
Number of Prints: 22

  B-6  
Morsell, A. John
Two-leaf photocopy of a press release dated Aug. 19, 1974, regarding Morsell's death; two-leaf press release dated Aug. 16, 1970, regarding Morsell's appointment to the Board of Higher Education; "Biographical Form Sheet" completed in ms. (1 leaf); and magazine article "Black Progress or Illiberal Rhetoric?" by Morsell, removed from the Jun./Jul. 1973 issue of The Crisis (3 leaves).

  B-6  
Morsell, John (Dr.)
Photographer if identified: Camera Associates, Cecil Layne, Frederick H. Simmons
Number of Prints: 11

  B-6  
Muhammad, Elijah
Single-leaf press release (ca. Sept. 9, 1965) regarding Muhammad's announcement of an agreement to allow police to search NOI mosques; 11-leaf mimeographed text "Police Brutality" by Muhammad; "Books and Things" catalog (published by New Muhammad's Mosque No. 7 (undated, ca. 1968); subscription card for Muhammad Speaks!; 4 velox prints (one with attached carbonscript caption); complete Mar. 14, 1975 issue of Muhammad Speaks (cover story: "He Lives On!"); complete Mar. 28, 1975 issue of Muhammad Speaks (cover story: "The Last Sermon"); and 7 newspaper clippings.

  B-6  
Muse, Clarence
One newspaper clipping.

  B-6  
Muse, Clarence
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-6  
Nkrumah, Kwame
Press release dated 10-9-1961 (1 leaf); press release dated 7-17-1958 (3 leaves); undated press release (ca. 7-21-1958, 1 leaf); press release dated Sept. 1965 (1 leaf); press release dated 7-25-[1958] (1 leaf); one undated press release (ca. Mar. 1951) (2 leaves) with attached press release dated 3-12-1951 (2 leaves); press release dated 7-22-1958 (1 leaf); press release dated 7-17-1958 (2 leaves); press release dated 7-15-1958 (3 leaves); press release dated 9-23-1958 (3 leaves); press release dated 7-15-1958 (3 leaves) with attached carbonscript photo caption and single-leaf undated press release; single-leaf "Memo to city editors, wire services, and news editors of radio and TV stations" dated 7-27-1958 (1 leaf); carbonscript text by Louis Lautier dated 7-23-1958 (6 leaves); 5-leaf mimeographed itinerary of Nkrumah's visit to the U.S. from 7-23 to 8-2-1958; partial press release dated 7-22-1958 (partial 2nd page of a text of unknown length); mimeographed "Background Notes and Information" (3 leaves); mimeographed transcript of Rep. Charles C. Diggs' speech before the House of Representatives regarding Nkrumah's U.S. visit, dated 7-24-1958; undated press release (ca. 7-27-1958, 1 leaf); undated press release (ca. 7-26-1958, 5 leaves); and approximately 50 newspaper clippings.

  B-6  
Ottley, Roi V.
Press release (undated) on the Fair Employment Practices Commission (1 leaf); carbonscript text "History of the New York Amsterdam News" by James Booker dated Jan. 1967 (5 leaves); "Biographical Form Sheet" completed in typescript (1 leaf), with attached offprint biography of Ottley reprinted from Current Biography, Oct. 1943; typed letter signed by Ottley to "Gerri," announcing his engagement to Alice L. Dungey (undated, ca. 1951, 1 leaf); and mimeographed biography (3 leaves).

  B-6  
Owens, Jesse
Also manuscript text "Black Hero at Munich" (3 leaves); carbonscript text "Jesse Owens Amateur Award" dated 5-30-1981; one photocopied and two original newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc., Harris Photo, E. Schweikandt
Number of Prints: 14

  B-6  
Palmer, George
Also 2 velox prints. Two sets of 2 prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Jack Wilson Studios, James Gilbert, Dalman James Jr., Camera Associates, John E. Hopkins, Allen Morgan, Bro. David McAdams, Layne's Studio, Burley Photo Syndicate, James L. Edge, Tex Harris, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Irving C. Smith, Fontainebleau Photography Inc., Bob Serating Photo, Michael Cipriani/Yonkers Raceway News Photo, L. St. Clair Dummett, Kwame Brathwaite
Number of Prints: 55

  B-6  
Palmer, George
Also 27 newspaper clippings and 2 photocopied newspaper clippings. Approximately 25 of the prints are stuck together with paste in 6 bundles.
Number of Prints: 33

  B-6  
Parks, Gordon, Jr.
Number of Prints: 3

  B-6  
Phipps, Kenneth (Judge)
One newspaper clipping. Note on folder: "See also Biography file."

  B-6  
Phipps, Kenneth (Atty.)
Also one paper stereotype matrix.
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen Photography, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Photokraft
Number of Prints: 4

  B-6  
Pitts, Lucius
One newspaper clipping.

  B-6  
Poston, Ted
Photographer if identified: King Photographers
Number of Prints: 1

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "July 1967--" Also magazine article "Adam Clayton Powell: Out Now, But Will He Get Back?", removed from the Mar. 13, 1967 issue of U.S. News and World Report; magazine article "If Powell Comes In, Will 14th Amendment Go Out?" by David Lawrence, removed from the Mary. 20, 1967 issue of U.S. News and World Report; 17 original newspaper clippings; and 1 photocopied newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, United Press International Inc.
Number of Prints: 4

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "1960 - Tax fraud." Typed letter signed by James Hicks to [Adam Clayton] Powell (1 leaf); empty envelope address in ms. to James Hicks; ms. note signed to "Jimmie" [Hicks?] by "Jewell" (1 leaf); autograph letter signed to James Hicks by S. Solomon, dated 5-31-1958 (1 leaf); typed letter signed to James L. Hicks by Victor L. Anfuso, dated 1-2-1957 (1 leaf); typed letter signed to James Hicks by Louise Maxienne Dargans (secretary to Powell), dated 1-21-1959 (1 leaf), with attached carbonscript letter from Hicks to Powell dated 1-20-1959 (1 leaf); carbonscript letter from Hicks to Powell dated 6-24-1959; press release dated 12-19-1961 regarding Powell's directorship of Seaboard Life Insurance Co.'s foreign activities (3 leaves); 3 leaves of misc. brief ms. notes; and approximately 49 newspaper clippings.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
typescript "Buffalo NY Police Record" (1 leaf); single-leaf mimeographed text "Congress Party"; one leaf of ms. notes; and approximately 71 newspaper clippings, some with ms. annotations.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "1950-1957." Typed letter from "Booker" to [James] Hicks regarding daily newspapers rewriting articles from the Amsterdam News, with two attached newspaper clippings; press release dated 2-22-1957, excerpting a sermon delivered by Powell (2 leaves); press release dated 11-5-1954, reprinting a statement given by Powell on the election of Averell Harriman, with ms. notes (4 leaves); carbonscript article text "Aid Charges Smear in Attack on Powell" (1 leaf); press release dated 10-25-1956; press release dated 10-23-1956; press release dated 4-18-1957 with attached carbonscript letter to Powell by L.A. Ferguson (2 leaves total); press release dated 9-26-1957 (2 leaves); blank sheet of "People for Powell" letterhead (with some ms. notes on verso); mimeographed "Day Letter" by George D. Cannon and Cornelius McDougal, dated 2-23-1956, with ms. notes (7 leaves); mimeographed open letter by Powell dated 6-15-1957 (3 leaves); carbonscript letter from Powell to James C. Davis dated 2-18-1955 (1 leaf); carbonscript letter from Powell to Samuel Spencer dated 2-18-1955 (1 leaf); two carbonscript letters from William J. Hampton dated 3-9-1951, to Harold C. Burton and William A. Cornelius, respectively (2 leaves total); typed letter signed by James Hicks to C.B. Powell, undated (1 leaf); press release dated 4-6-1955 recounting a joint press conference held by Powell and Robert Moses (2 leaves); typescript text "The Powell Switch" by "Name Withheld" (2 leaves, with attached mailing envelope); and approximately 53 newspaper clippings.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on original folder: "1950-1957." Press release (undated, ca. 11-26-1956) recounting a meeting to raise support for the people of Hungary (3 leaves); typed letter signed by John Reed Kilpatrick to James R. Hicks, dated 11-8-1956 (1 leaf); "Biographical Form Sheet" completed in typescript, dated 6-3-1954 (1 leaf); press release dated 9-9-1954 (3 leaves) excerpting a speech delivered by Powell at the CIO Convention; mimeographed text "Project Citizenship" (2 leaves); press release dated in ms. 7-26-1954; typescript text "American Dependent Questions Morality of New York Congressman" by Conrad Clark (2 leaves); mimeographed undated press release concerning Powell and William L. Dawson's votes on two House votes; handbill "Adam Clayton Powell -- A 'Judas' or 'Chameleon'???", issued by Noel D. Austin, Independence Committee of Harlem Voters, with ms. notes on verso; negative copy of letter from H. E. Faucett [sp?] to Powell dated 9-9-1954; press release dated 12-2-1954 concerning a science and technology training initiative introduced by Powell (6 leaves); carbonscript article text, undated (ca. 1963), on the Central Labor Council's endorsement of Powell's reelection campaign (2 leaves); press release dated 9-20-1957 excerpting a sermon delivered by Powell on 9-22-1957 (4 leaves, plus a detached separate leaf numbered "8"); photocopied draft of a resolution drafted by the Black Women to Vindicate Adam Clayton Powell Committee (2 leaves); pamphlet "The Abyssinian Women for Powell" by Ruth O. Holt; press release dated 6-6-1955 concerning Powell's criticism of the Archbishop of York (3 leaves); typescript text "Fish 'n Chips" (2 leaves); and complete issue of the periodical Saga, Aug. 1963, containing the article "Where is Adam Clayton Powell Today?" by Bill Surface.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "Berry." Press release dated 3-5-1961 concerning Powell's withdrawal of support for O.D. Dempsey (2 leaves); typed letter (headed "Press Release") signed by Irvine I. Turner dated 7-27-1958 (3 leaves); and 18 newspaper clippings.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "Laws passed." Folder contains publication Activities and Accomplishments of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, During the First Session of the Eighty-Seventh Congress (Washington: GPO, 1961); press release dated 5-29-1966 titled "Congressman Powell Calls on Negroes to Seek 'Audacious Power' in Rights Fight" (2 leaves); handbill reprinting material from Congressional Record of the 8th Congress, Second Session (Powell text: "My Record in Congress") (1 leaf); and 3 photocopied leaves concerning Powell's Congressional record.

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Article from the Congressional Record (4-12-1972) "The Late Honorable Adam Clayton Powell" (5 leaves); mimeographed letter dated 7-8-1964 from John H. Young (chairman of the Adam Powell Day Committee) to unspecified recipients ("Leader"); press release dated 7-28-1964 excerpting a speech given by Powell to the New Orleans chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (3 leaves); a typed letter by Powell to James Hicks dated 7-24-1964, with attached printed letter from Charles M. Smith to Powell, dated 6-26-1966, and press release dated 6-27-1964, concerning an apartment building to be built by Mount Sinai Hospital (4 leaves total); a second typed letter from Powell to James Hicks dated 7-24-1964, attached to a second copy of the printed letter by Smith and a press release dated 6-27-1964 concerning the approval of funding for a two-way radio system on the Lexington Ave. subway (4 leaves total).

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Also "Times to Remember" biography (1 leaf); press release (undated) on the "Committee for Adam's Final Rally" (2 leaves); and one ms. and 3 typescript captions for unidentified photographs. One print has attached typed letter signed by Ralph Cooper to James Hicks dated 12-19-1974, concerning the loan of a photograph.
Photographer if identified: James C. Campbell, Harris Photo, Mario Cabrera, Bro. David McAdams, Wide World Pictures, Pan American World Airways Overseas Division, Herbert Hawkins
Number of Prints: 38

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Also one large-format negative.
Photographer if identified: Newell Johnson, Harris Photo, Mario Cabrera
Number of Prints: 53

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Also one ms. not to "Jass" (1 leaf), 4 velox prints, and one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Dummett/Rapid News Photo, Wide World Photos, United Press International Inc., Harris Photo, Bus Stop Studio, Tex Harris, Burley Photo Syndicate, James Gilbert, Ace Creative Photos
Number of Prints: 27

  B-6  
Powell, Adam Clayton (Eulogy by S.D. Proctor)
Carbonscript copy of "A Eulogy for Adam Clayton Powell Jr." by Samuel D. Proctor, Apr. 9, 1972 (7 leaves) and carbonscript copy of a letter from James E. Gunther to the Amsterdam News dated 11-7-1972.

  B-7  
Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "1960-1964." Press release dated 12-9-1962, statement to press regarding ministry at Abyssinian Baptist Church, with ms. notes (2 leaves); press release dated 9-26-1965, concerning Powell's request for the resignation of George J. Svejda of the Dept. of the Interior (2 leaves); mimeographed text of a speech delivered by Powell before the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Birmingham, 9-26-1962 (5 leaves); press release dated 7-28-1963, excerpting a speech given by Powell at a public forum in New York under the title "The Black Revolution-Second Phase" (4 leaves, 2 copies); press release dated 8-13-1965, concerning a statement by Powell alleging that the District Attorney's office was involved in racially-motivated harassment in a court case against him (2 leaves); press release dated 7-14-1965, excerpting remarks on the House floor on that date (2 leaves); press release dated 9-22-1963 excerpting remarks at the Municipal Auditorium, Richmond, CA (3 leaves); press release dated 12-9-1965, a statement on the War on Poverty (4 leaves); press release dated 8-27-1965, the text of a speech given at a testimonial dinner for Ambrose Lane on that date (5 leaves); press release dated 11-8-1965, remarks on the New York City mayoralty race (2 leaves); press release dated 2-25-1966, regarding a speech given at the 1966 Campaign Dinner sponsored at the Lord Baltimore Hotel (8 leaves, plus a second copy of the cover leaf); press release dated 7-15-1965, Powell calling on presidents of HBCUs to find qualified students for jobs in the Dept. of Education (3 leaves); press release dated 1-25-1963, concerning the release of a report on the European Common Market (2 leaves); typescript draft of an article concerning Powell's call for expanded integration demonstrations in Englewood NJ (2 leaves); press release dated 3-1-1963, containing a statement by Robert C. Weaver concerning the relationship between Powell and the Housing and Home Finance Agency (2 leaves); press release dated 1-21-1966, concerning a speech on the War on Poverty (6 leaves); and a press release dated 3-2-1956, excerpting a speech at the Founder's Day Exercises of Howard University (4 leaves).

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Powell, Adam Clayton
Press release dated 7-5-1965, endorsing the Voting Rights Act (2 leaves); typescript postcard from the "Harlem Bi-Partisan Committee to Stop Powell" (1 leaf); copy of a typed letter from Powell to Omar Burleson (6 leaves); 1 blank sheet of Adam Powell Day Committee (In Formation) letterhead; mimeographed minutes of a meeting of the Adam Powell Day Committee, with cover letter by John H. Young (3 leaves total); typed letter signed by Herman P. Osborne and George A. Weston to James Hicks, dated 9-14-1964, concerning Adam Powell Day (1 leaf); typed note from "Odell" to "Jimmy" [Hicks?], undated (1 leaf); empty envelope addressed to James Hicks from the House of Representatives, postmarked 12-18-1963; empty envelope addressed to "Miss Wade" and James Hicks, from Consolidated Publishers, undated; typed letter signed by Herbert M. Gussack of Saga Magazine to the Amsterdam News, dated 6-25-1963, concerning an article on Powell in Saga (1 leaf); attachment note from an unidentified piece of correspondence, dated in ms. 3-6-1964; 7 leaves of ms. notes; 5 leaves of photocopied ms. notes; and approximately 110 original and 1 photocopied newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 2

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Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "1967 Jan.-July." Approximately 188 newspaper clippings.

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Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on original folder: "1967 Jan.-July." Newswire text concerning a vote to censure Powell, dated 3-2-1967 (1 leaf with attached ms. cover note); press release dated 2-23-1967 concerning a statement by the National Urban League in defense of Powell (1 leaf); mimeographed announcement of "Adam Powell Week" (Jan. 4-11, 1967) published by the United American Appeal (2 copies, each leaves); undated "Statement by Dr. Eugene S. Calendar" of the National Urban League in defense of Powell (1 leaf); handbill "Message from the Grass Roots: Calling for the Trial of All Congressmen who Oppose Powell" (2 copies, each 1 leaf); News Bulletin #119 of the Harlem Council for Economic Development, concerning funds for Powell's defense (4 leaves); mimeographed "Resolution" of the Pilgrimage to Preserve Powell's Chairmanship, The Ministers' and Laymen's Assembly (Jan. 8, 1967; 1 leaf, with ms. notes on verso); mimeographed "Open Letter to Ministers and Laymen" from the Pilgrimage to Preserve Powell's Chairmanship (Jan. 4, 1967) (2 copies, each 2 leaves); press release dated 1-8-1967 from the Pilgrimage to Preserve Powell's Chairmanship, with attached copy of the "Resolution" of the Pilgrimage bearing the same date (2 copies, each 3 leaves); program of the Ministers' and Layman's Assembly of the Pilgrimage to Preserve Powell's Chairmanship (1 leaf); press release dated 1-14-[1967] concerning a statement by Roy Wilkins in defense of Powell; autograph letter signed by H.H. Cain to the Amsterdam News, dated 3-18-1967; carbonscript letter signed by Gerald R. Ford to Harrison H. Cain, dated 3-15-1967 (1 leaf); 3 issues of newsletter "Your Washington Review" by Gerald R. Ford (dated Mar. 1, 8, and 15, 1967), with attached Jan/Feb. 1967 supplement and one newspaper clipping (5 leaves total); carbonscript letter from David N. Licorish to Mayor John V. Lindsay dated 1-7-1967 (2 leaves); carbonscript text by the National Committee for Black Power, including a "Tribute to Adam Clayton Powell" (2 leaves); press release dated 1-5-1967 containing a statement by Powell entitled "15 Facts" (4 leaves); typescript article draft "To Jews?" by Gaylord Axelrod, dated 1-14-1967 (3 leaves, plus attached cover leaf); press release dated 1-11-1967 concerning Howard K. Smith's comments on "The Powell Trouble" (2 leaves); press release dated 1-12-1967 concerning a CBS TV special on "Powell's Harlem" (2 leaves); mimeographed "Open Letter to Congressman John Conyers, Jr. of Detroit" by Revs. Walter A. Gray and Cleveland B. Sparrow, dated 2-13-1967 (4 leaves); 2nd leaf only of an unidentified press release on "The Powell Trouble"; final leaf only of a carbonscript "Statement by Mr. Young on Adam Clayton Powell"; 1 leaf of ms. notes, and 7 newspaper clippings.

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Powell, Adam Clayton (Birth certificate)
Photocopy of Powell's birth certificate, with ms. notations.

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Powell, Adam Clayton - FoundationInc.
Press release dated Apr. 7 [no year], on Powell Foundation grant for Crossroads Africa (3 leaves) and 2 newspaper clippings.

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Powell, Adam Clayton
Note on folder: "People's Voice, 1944-1945." Carbonscript press release dated 4-10-1944, concerning a statement issued by Congressman Vito Mar Antonio, responding to claims by Buckley and Maron (1 leaf); undated press release concerning Powell's endorsement of Richard Frankenstein for mayor of Detroit (2 leaves); press release dated 2-24-45 concerning Rep. John Rankin's insinuation that Rep. Frank Hook and Powell had communist ties (2 leaves); undated press release on Powell's endorsement of Bill O'Dwyer for Mayor of New York (2 leaves); carbonscript press release dated 5-26-1947, signed by Harrison S. Jackson, concerning Powell's inability to spearhead the Negro Freedom Rally due to illness (1 leaf, plus cover sheet); broadside reprinting several newspaper articles ca. 4-6-1946 regarding the murder of two soldiers, issued by Veterans Justice Committee (1 leaf); empty envelope address in ms. to the Amsterdam News; and approximately 45 newspaper clippings.

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Powell, Adam Clayton, Sr. (FundInc.)
Fragments of two autograph letters, one dated 7-6-1950, on AC Powell Sr. Fund letterhead, and a brochure for the Vocational Guidance Center.

  B-7  
Powell, Adam Clayton, III
4 newspaper clippings.

  B-7  
Powell Committee Bar & Theater Investigation
37 copied leaves of hearing transcripts in three sections, each with a single typescript cover leaf.

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Powell, Bud
2 prints have staples through border.
Photographer if identified: Carole Galletly, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Air France Photo
Number of Prints: 8

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Powell, C.B.
Note on folder: "See: Inactive file (also gray boxes on top of cabinet)."
Photographer if identified: Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 2

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Prattis, P.L.
Also mimeographed "Address by Robert C. Weaver... P. L. Prattis Testimonial Dinner... Oct. 20, 1961."
Number of Prints: 1

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Presley, Elvis
Also one newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 1

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Procope, Russell
Also one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise, James Gilbert, Hans Harzheim
Number of Prints: 5

  B-7  
Randolph, A. Philip
Pamphlet "A. Philip Randolph at 80: Tributes and Recollections," containing excerpts from speeches made at Randolph's 80th birthday dinner, May 6, 1969, with 5 inserted handbills and photocopies; pamphlet "Annual Report of the A. Philip Randolph Institute: November 1968-November 1969" (2 copies); printed fundraising letter by Bayard Rustin dated Feb. 1970 (1 leaf); mimeographed "Statement by A. Philip Randolph" dated 9-10-1968, endorsing Hubert Humphrey (4 leaves, with attached mailing envelope and single-leaf press release of the same date); printed packet from the "A. Philip Randolph Society Luncheon honoring A. Philip Randolph... and Installation of Officers", 6-24-1972 (5 leaves); pamphlet "The Anatomy of Frustration: An Address by Bayard Rustin" (delivered at the 55th National Commission Meeting of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 5-6-1968); mass-mailed letter by Bayard Rustin dated July 1968, with offprinted articles "Education in a Changing Society" and "The Labor-Negro Coalition - A New Beginning," both by Rustin; mass-mailed letter by Rustin dated 1-16-1968, with 2 attached leaves of photocopied newspaper articles, one mimeographed letter from Vernon E. Jordan to the New York Times dated 1-5-1968, and the complete Nov. 1967 issue of The Federationist; mimeographed letter from Willie Baxter to George Meany dated 10-1-1959 (2 leaves); Randolph Institute memorandum dated Apr. 1967 (3 leaves); typescript text "Summer and Smoke" by Rustin, with attached typed cover letter signed by Rustin dated 4-27-1967 (5 leaves total); memorandum dated 5-16-1967 by Rustin, with attached newsletter Youth Action on the Freedom Budget (4-30-1967 issue); pamphlet "'Right to Work' Laws--A Trap for America's Minorities" by Rustin, with attached mass-mailing cover letter dated May 1967; and 19 newspaper clippings.

  B-7  
Randolph, A. Philip
Mimeographed letter from the Salute to A. Philip Randolph Committee (Harry Emerson Fosdick, Martin Luther King Jr., and Roy Wilkins) announcing a 70th birthday celebration for Randolph at Carnegie Hall on 1-24-1960 (1 leaf, with attached mailing envelope); pamphlet "The A. Philip Randolph Story" (dated 1974 in ms.); press release, undated, announcing Randolph's 87th birthday celebration on 4-17-[1975] (1 leaf, with attached biography, 6 leaves); mimeographed "Biographical Sketch" (1 leaf); press release (undated, ca. Oct. 1974) announcing a sculptural tribute to Randolph (2 leaves); press release dated 5-18-1979 announcing Randolph's death (2 leaves); press release dated 11-4-1974 concerning Randolph's receipt of the Dept. of Labor's Award of Merit (1 leaf); 2 leaves of typescript quotations in memory of Randolph; booklet A 'Freedom Budget' For All Americans (Oct. 1966); program from a memorial service for Randolph held 6-19-1979 at Lincoln Center, with attached "Biographical Notes"; memorial pamphlet "Asa Philip Randolph: In Memoriam, April 15, 1889 to May 16, 1979"; and 4 newspaper clippings.

  B-7  
Randolph, A. Philip
Also a mass-mailed cover letter dated Jun./Jul. 1971 (1 leaf), with two enclosures: pamphlet The Blacks and the Unions by Bayard Rustin and flier advertising the pamphlet "The Neglected Black Minority"; mimeographed memorandum by Bayard Rustin dated 5-22-1971, addressed in ms. to "Jesse" (1 leaf, with 3-leaf "Statement on the Minimum Wage"); and pamphlet "A. Philip Randolph: Labor's Grand Old Man" by Phyl Garland.
Photographer if identified: Bill Carter, James Gilbert, L. St. Clair Dummett
Number of Prints: 4

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Randolph, A. Philip
Also two velox prints and one typescript article text.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Alvin J. Burley, Bill Carter, A. Hansen Studio, Gaffney Photo, Curt Clemons, King Photographers, Calr Nesfield, Alexander Archer, Wenger & Petrucci Inc.,
Number of Prints: 42

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Ray, Sandy F. (The Rev. Dr.)
Also one negative, one typed letter signed by Daniel P. Barr to Jim Booker dated 2-24-1966 (1 leaf); two velox prints, and one image removed from an unidentified publication.
Photographer if identified: EnellInc., The Allen Studio, Ace Creative Photos, Rufus Merritt, The Bing Studio, Monclova Photographers, King Photographers, Harris Photo, W. Smith, Gill Photographers, Herbert Hawkins, Tex Harris, Alex Summers Photos
Number of Prints: 40

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Razaf, Andy
With attached photocopied notice of Razaf's illness, dated 12-19-1972 (3 leaves), with 3 leaves of additional photocopied material.
Number of Prints: 1

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Reid, Ferdinand T.
Program from Reid's funeral, held 12-31-1973 at Saint Philip's Church.

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Richardson, Scovel (Judge)
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 2

  B-7  
Richardson, Maude B.
One print has two staples through the border; one has a staple through the corner of the image.
Photographer if identified: King Photographers, Dave Greene/Creative Photo Service Inc., Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Alex Hamilton, Monclova Photographers, Herbert Hawkins, James Gilbert
Number of Prints: 15

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Rieves (Funeral)
Approximately 9 prints stuck together in a bundle with paste.
Number of Prints: 9

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Riperton, Minnei
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: American Cancer Society Picture File
Number of Prints: 3

  B-7  
Rivers, Francis E. (Justice)
Pamphlet "Proposal for a Federal Civil Rights Procedure Act... March 1966," with enclosed 2-leaf photocopied press release and two newspaper clippings; press release dated 6-17-1957 concerning Rivers' election to leader of American Legion post 843, with ms. annotation (2 leaves); carbonscript biographical data (3 leaves); typescript editorial advocating the appointment of Rivers to the Federal District Court, with ms. corrections (2 leaves); ms. text "To Protect the Exercise of These Rights!" (7 leaves); typescript editorial text advocating the appointment of Rivers to the Federal District Court (3 leaves); and mixed ms. and typescript text "The Color Line in the Federal Courts" (9 ms. and 3 typescript leaves with ms. corrections; 12 leaves total).

  B-7  
Rivers, Francis E. (Justice)
One print has a two-leaf press release attached with a paperclip. Also two negatives, one velox print, and one paper stereotype matrix.
Photographer if identified: Cecil Layne, Layne's Studio, Wert Hooper, Dummett, Loris Boone, U.S. Army, Haywood Carter, Carrington, Smith, Liberty Flashlight Co., Blencle [sp?], North Carolina College News Bureau, Dummet/Rapid News Photo
Number of Prints: 42

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Robeson, Paul
Photographer if identified: United Press International Inc., Smith, International News Photos, Nichols, Grant, James C. Campbell, Gene Dauber, Dave Greene Photo, Bennett College Publicity Office, Llewellyn Ransom, Lucas & Monroe Studio, Vandamm Studio, Mr. Ramirez
Number of Prints: 40

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Robeson, Paul
Also two negatives (4 images); photocopy of a letter from Paul Robeson to "Friends," dated 4-9-1973 (1 leaf); prospectus flier for 16mm release of The Emperor Jones (1 leaf); 10 paper stereotype matrices, and approximately 28 velox prints (many stuck together with wax paste).
Photographer if identified: Ed McPherson, Pictorial Enterprise, International News Photos, Nichols, Fay Foto Service Inc., A. Hansen, Dummett, James C. Campbell, Keystone Pictures Inc.
Number of Prints: 9

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Robeson, Paul
Also program from Robeson's funeral (held Jan. 27, 1976 at Mother A.M.E. Zion Church); a 14-leaf text edited from pasted-on photocopies and original pages from books by Robeson and typescript passages, with ms. corrections; 2 velox prints; and 34 newspaper clippings. Two prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, United Press International Inc., International News Photos, Capitol, R. Smith/Rapid News Photo, Signal Corps
Number of Prints: 13

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Robeson, Paul
Photocopy of a letter by James Earl Jones to unidentified recipient dated 6-22-1977 (2 leaves); packet of 4 photocopied letters between Martin Popper, Paul Robeson Jr, and officials at NBC, dated from 2-3-1976 to 3-4-1976 concerning an NBC special on the life of Robeson (4 leaves); packet of photocopied correspondence between Charles Rangel and Paul Robeson Jr., dated from 11-30-1977 to 2-13-1978 (5 leaves); packet of transcripts from NBC dated between 2-9-1978 and 3-2-1978, concerning James Earl Jones's play about Robeson (13 leaves); photocopied letter by the National Ad Hoc Committee to End the Crimes Against Paul Robeson to WNBC-TV dated 2-27-1978 (6 leaves); printed biographical cartoon by Alston (1 leaf); photocopy of text "A Man Before His Time: A Tribute" by Dr. Nathan Wright (1 leaf); typed letter signed by Chris Reynolds to Lucia Robinson dated 4-1-1977 (1 leaf, with 2 attached two-leaf press releases); press release dated 2-24-1978 containing an address given by Tran Van Dinh on that date entitled "Here We All Stand" (4 leaves), with two attached newspaper clippings; photocopied "Address by Mayor Richard Hatcher: Salute to Paul Robeson" dated 4-15-1973 (6 leaves); typescript leaf containing memorial quotes about Robeson from Georgia Jenkins and Adelle Lambert; carbonscript text "My Meetings with Paul Robeson" by Konstantin Kudrov (5 leaves); mimeographed legal complaint Paul Robeson v. Dean G. Acheson (U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Civil Action no. 5500-50) (17 leaves); photocopied "Tribute by Bishop J. Clinton Hoggard" dated 1-27-1976 (4 leaves); press release dated 4-26-1945 concerning Robeson's receipt of the Spingarn Medal; souvenir program from the Spingarn Medal ceremony on Oct. 18, 1945carbonscript text "Ten Thousand Welcome Robeson at Wrigley Field..." by Rev. Daniel L. Reed (3 leaves); press release dated 8-9-1950 concerning the voiding of Robeson's passport by the State Department; press release dated 10-24-1950 containing the text of a speech delivered by Robeson at the American Labor Union Party Rally on that date; typed letter signed by Victor Grossman to the Amsterdam News concerning the founding of a Robeson Archive at the German Academy of Arts; and one photocopied newspaper clipping.

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Robinson, Bill
6 newspaper clippings.

  B-8  
Robinson, Jackie
Also offset-printed text "When the 'Booker T. Washington' Took to the Air" by Allen Keller. Folder includes several items related to Booker T. Washington (possibly mis-filed).
Photographer if identified: Wagner International Photos, Mario Cabrera, Harris Photo, C. Gerald Fraser, Sanchez Y Cabredo, Herbert Hawkins, Peterkin Photo
Number of Prints: 12

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Robinson, Jackie (Funeral)
Two prints stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 5

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Robinson, James H (Rev.)
One print has a 2-leaf press release attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Scurlock, Harris Photo, Paul Begley, David McAdams, A. Hansen Studio, Guy Gillette, TWA, Paul Cordes, James Gilbert, Gin Briggs
Number of Prints: 21

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Robinson, Sugar Ray
Three prints are mounted on paperboard. One print has caption attached with staple through corner of image. One print has typed letter signed by Syd Rubin to "Mr. Walker" attached with a paperclip.
Photographer if identified: Paul Popper Ltd., Wide World Photos, United Press International Inc., James J. Kriegsmann, James Gilbert, Paul Schumach/Metropolitan Photo Service Inc., Katrina Thomas, Bro. David McAdams, Wagner International Photos
Number of Prints: 23

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Rochester, "Eddie"
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Rodney, Walter Anthony
One image removed from the pamphlet "Walter Rodney: Revolutionary and Scholar: A Tribute."

  B-8  
Rodwell, Ronald
Program from funeral service (Aug. 12, 1976 at Farley's Funeral Parlors).

  B-8  
Rojas, Ron
Photographer if identified: Peterkin Photo, Portfolio International Photographers
Number of Prints: 2

  B-8  
Roosevelt, Eleanor
"Information Kit" from the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation (folder containing 3 brochures, 2 packets, and 3 individual pages, ca. 23 leaves total); mimeographed text "First Lady Answers Alabama White Woman" (1 leaf); undated press release concerning accusations against Roosevelt by Charles W. Anderson Jr. (2 leaves); undated press release on a speech delivered by Roosevelt in support of Adlai Stevenson (3 leaves); 3 pamphlets: Amendments 51, 52, and 53 to the "Rent and Eviction Regulations" of N.Y. State (12 p. total); packet of press materials relating to the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation (10 leaves, one invitation, one brochure, and 2 newspaper clippings); "Memo to Editors" dated 10-9-1963 from the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation; invitation to an International Tribute to Eleanor Roosevelt (held 10-21-1963) signed by Eli Jaffe, with printed invitation and single-leaf press release attached; and 65 newspaper clippings.

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Rose, Peyton
One newspaper clipping.

  B-8  
Rowe, Billy
Approximately 58 newspaper clippings.

  B-8  
Rustin, Bayard
Also press release obituary (4 leaves), 11 newspaper clippings, and 5 velox prints (3 pasted up on a single leaf of paper).
Photographer if identified: Bro. David McAdams, Irene B. Bayer, L. St. Clair Dummett, Harris Photo, Herbert Bennett, J. Bernard, News Voice International, Burke & Dean, University of Hartford News Bureau, Cooper
Number of Prints: 25

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Ruth, George Herman "Babe"
Number of Prints: 1

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Sadat, Anwar (President)
One computer-printed drawing of Sadat.

  B-8  
Samuel, Fred
Note on folder: "Also see Harlem Assertion of Rgts." Also legal complaint "Thomas Davis V. Maurice H. Stans... George H. Brown... and John C. Cullinane" (U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York) (19 leaves); "Vote for Fred Samuel" handbill; campaign brochure "Fred's the One for 'A Better Harlem'" (1970); press release dated 2-10-1970 concerning the formation of a Testimonial Committee for Samuel (2 leaves); mimeographed Memorandum from Howard Samuels to Gov. Nelson Rockefeller (ca. 1970, 1 leaf); press release dated 9-12-1985 concerning a tribute to Samuel, with one attached typescript leaf.

  B-8  
Sands, Diana
Also one typed letter signed by Lawrence N. Belling (1 leaf) and one newspaper clipping. One print is a Polaroid. One print has a staple through the border; one print has a staple through the corner of the image.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Robert Fuhring, Friedman-Abeles, Jerry Baron, Mallory, The Bayside Studio, Bill Carter, Paul Schumach, Wagner International Photo, Al Burley, Green-Morris Studios, George West, Hamilton Associates, Lloyd Yearwood, Bert Andrews, Tommy Sands
Number of Prints: 46

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Sankara, Thomas
Photographer if identified: Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Savory, Philip Maxwell Hugh (Dr.)
One postcard and one information card from the Madison Avenue Baptist Church; two carbonscript copies of an obituary press release (5 leaves total); two photocopied copies of an obituary press release (6 leaves); and one typescript note.
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Savory, Philip Maxwell Hugh (Dr.)
One photo has handbill from a protest against the Amsterdam News (for refusing an ad urging a boycott of Lever Bros. products) attached with a paperclip. Two prints are mounted on paperboard. Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen, Nichols, Richardson's Photos, W. Smith, Keno Foto Service, Dummett, Rapid News Photo, James Gilbert, James C. Campbell, Samuel Johnson, Lillian Wright, W. Smith/Rapid News Photo, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, M&M Smith, Cecil Layne
Number of Prints: 40

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Savory, Philip Maxwell Hugh (Dr.)
Also 30 negatives (45 images total), carbonscript letter from C.B. Powell to Gladys E. Savory dated 7-1-1965 (1 leaf), complete Jun. 19, 1965 issue of the Amsterdam News with a front-page story on Savory's death, one envelope containing approximately 7 small images of Savory removed from newspapers.
Photographer if identified: British Overseas Airways Corp (BOAC), Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Bro. David McAdams, James C. Campbell, G.G. Photo Studio, Dummett, Lillian Wright
Number of Prints: 23

  B-8  
Savory, Philip Maxwell Hugh (Dr.) (Death)
Front page only of the Jun. 19, 1965 issue of the Amsterdam News with a front-page story on Savory's death, and carbonscript intra-office "Notice" by C. B. Powell dated Jun. 11, 1965 announcing Savory's death.

  B-8  
Sayles, Kiah
Also 3 velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Bob Mabley
Number of Prints: 16

  B-8  
Schiffman, Frank
One newspaper clipping.

  B-8  
Schuyler, George S.
Also a mimeographed press release dated 3-23-1949 concerning an address given by Schuyler in Richmond (1 leaf); mimeographed text "Was There 'Much Ado About Nothing?'" (1 leaf) with attached mimeographed memorandum dated 11-27-1951 on discrimination against Josephine Baker at the Stork Club (6 leaves), "Statement ... of the Mayor's Committee on Unity of the Josephine Baker * Stork Club Controversy" dated 10-31-1951 (2 leaves), and "Final Report on the Stork Club Controversy (2 leaves); mimeographed "Black Profiles of Courage" biography by Lou Lutour (1 leaf); mimeographed text "George S. Schuyler: Fainting Traveler" by Henry F. Winslow, Sr., reprinted from the Midwest Journal vol. 5, no. 2 (26 leaves plus cover leaf with ms. inscription to Jimmy Hicks); a fragment of a press release containing a biographical text on Schuyler (3 leaves); and 6 newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Schuyler, Josephine
Typescript of a partial obituary dated 5-10-1969 with two carbonscript copies (3 leaves total); handbill invitation to a memorial service, and 2 newspaper clippings.

  B-8  
Schuyler, Philippa
One print has attached photocopied press release dated 5-17-1967 (3 leaves). Two prints are stuck together with paste. Two printed packets of reprinted newspaper articles, with ms. annotations; two copies of a carbonscript biography, each with ms. notes (2 leaves total); offprinted magazine article "Americans Not Everyone Knows: Philippa Duke Schuyler" by Charles W. Ferguson, removed from The PTA Magazine, Dec. 1967 (1 leaf folded to 4 p.); telegram addressed to Josephine Schuyler announcing Philippa Schuyler's death, with ms. notes on verso; cardstock reprint of an article on Schuyler from the Manchester Union Leader, with attached thank-you note from George and Josephine Schuyler; program from a memorial service for Schuyler held at St. Patrick's Cathedral on May 18, 1967 (4 copies, one with 7 leaves of ms. notes enclosed, one with ms. notes on final page); typescript text addressed to "Matthew" on the circumstances of Josephine Schuyler's death (2 leaves); 4 leaves of ms. notes; one photocopied newspaper clipping; and 17 newspaper clippings. Original folder has a "Famous Black Women in American History" trading card attached with a staple.
Number of Prints: 6

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Scott, Hazel
Photographer if identified: Bert Andrews
Number of Prints: 2

  B-8  
Scott, Peretta D. (Mrs.)
Photographer if identified: Blackstone Shelburne
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Scott, Stanley S.
One print has typescript text "Stan Scott at Masons Dinner" attached with staple (1 leaf). One print has attached acetate overlay. Also 4 velox prints.
Photographer if identified: Robert W. Cottrol, Harris Photo, Philip Morris Inc.
Number of Prints: 26

  B-8  
Sharpe, W. Eugene
Photographer if identified: Gill Photographers, Harris Photo, Wilson
Number of Prints: 5

  B-8  
Shaw, Herbert B. (Bishop)
Also one press release titled "Bishop Shaw Addresses ECSC Vesper Hour" (2 leaves) and one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Dave Greene Photo, Ernest Agnew, Ace Creative Photos, Bro. David McAdams, James Gilbert/News Voice International, Harris Photo, United Press International Inc., Lorenzo Lockhart/Bahamas Ministry of Tourism
Number of Prints: 25

  B-8  
Inkspots
Also one undated press release concerning the conclusion of a tour (4 leaves), 2 velox prints, and 6 paper stereotype matrices. One print has a staple through the border.
Photographer if identified: James J. Kriegsmann
Number of Prints: 7

  B-8  
Sealy, Lloyd (Capt.)
Also one velox print. Two prints have staples through corner of image, one through border of print; one print is mounted on paperboard.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, James Gilbert, Jay Sharp, Ace Creative Photos, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, King Photographers, Bro. Davd McAdams, Cecil Layne, New York City Youth Bord Community Relations Dept., Dave Greene Photo, Al Burley
Number of Prints: 17

  B-8  
Sealy, Lloyd G. (Mrs.)
Staple through corner of image.
Photographer if identified: Alex Hamilton
Number of Prints: 1

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Shearer, Hugh L.
One newspaper clipping.

  B-8  
Shiftman, Frank
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Bert Smith
Number of Prints: 4

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Silston, Clement
Also two velox prints.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Simmons, Andrew
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Simmons, Calvin
Also one velox print.
Number of Prints: 2

  B-8  
Sims, Louise (Mrs.)
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Sissle, Noble
One print has two ms. leaves (dated 1-23-1967 and 1-24-1967) attached with a paperclip. Also two newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Lorenzo Tucker
Number of Prints: 2

  B-8  
Slack, Sara
Also 6 photocopies of typescript text "Sara Slack Gets New Editor Post" and 4 copies of a photocopied newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, George Morris/"M" Associates
Number of Prints: 5

  B-8  
Smalls, Edwin A.
Program from a memorial service for Smalls held at St. Marks Methodist Church on 10-17-1974, photocopied 6-page text "Paradise A La Smalls" with ms. annotations, and two leaves of ms. notes.

  B-8  
Smith, Bessie
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Smith, Clarence Allen
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Smith, Willie
One newspaper clipping.

  B-8  
Southall, Mark T.
One leaf has attached ms. biography (3 leaves). One print has staple through border.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Camera Associates, Thomas Aaron, L. St. Clair Dummett
Number of Prints: 13

  B-8  
Spearman, Ruth Whalen
Also one leaf of ms. notes, one typescript memo dated 12-27-1973 with ms. additions (1 leaf), and two copies of a press release dated 12-28-1973 announcing funeral services for Whalen, one with ms. annotations (2 leaves total).
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Stamps, Connie S. (Rev.)
Also program from Stamps' funeral, held at Metropolitan Baptist Church on 3-23-1979; photocopied "Notice of Trial, and Amended Notice of Charges" dated 12-5-1972 (2 leaves); and one newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Stengel, Casey
  B-8  
Stevens, Hope R.
Photocopy of a letter signed be Ed Koch to Hope R. Stevens dated 4-13-1979 informing Stevens of her removal from the Off-Track Betting Corporation (1 leaf); photocopy of a typed letter signed by Snaria Buford to John L. Procope dated 4-17-1979 concerning Stevens' firing (1 leaf); photocopy of a letter from Stevens to Koch dated 4-12-1979 responding to Koch's request for Stevens' resignation; photocopied "Statement of Hope R. Stevens to the Board of Directors of O.T.B." dated 4-9-1979 (3 leaves); and one newspaper clipping.

  B-8  
Stevens, Hope R.
Also program for a memorial service held 7-9-1982 at Convent Avenue Baptist Church, one velox print, and one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Photography by Wilson, Bro. David McAdams
Number of Prints: 5

  B-8  
Stewart, Michael
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Strachan, John R.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Strachan, John R.
Press release dated 5-24-1963 concerning Strachan's appointment as assistant to Regional Director Sean P. Keating of the Post Office (1 leaf); typescript press release signed by Reginald Jackson, undated, announcing a Testimonial Dinner Dance for Strachan on 10-6-1973 (1 leaf, with attached two-leaf mimeographed biography); press release dated 10-4-1970 concerning Strachan being named Postmaster-of-the-Year for 1970 (3 leaves); and 7 newspaper clippings.

  B-8  
Strachan, John R.
Also "Zip Code Locater Cards" brochure and 3 velox prints. One print has typed letter signed by Bernard Jackson to Jesse Walker dated 3-7-1967(1 leaf) and a press release dated 7-11-1967 (2 leaves) attached with a paperclip. One print has typed letter signed by Frank Chiarello to [Jesse] Walker dated 3-16-1967 (1 leaf) enclosed inside photo caption.
Photographer if identified: Whitestone Photo, James Gilbert, Harris Photo, L. St. Clair Dummett, March of Dimes, Standard Photo Service Co., Bro. David McAdams, A. Hansen, Monroe S. Frederick II, Internal Revenue Service Public Information Office, Wide World Photos, Ed Sullivan
Number of Prints: 42

  B-8  
Sullivan, Ed
Also one typed letter signed from James Kane to Betty Granger dated 5-7-1952, responding to a request for information about Sullivan (1 leaf); mimeographed biographical data dated 9-22-1952 (3 leaves); empty envelope addressed in typescript to Betty Granger, with ms. notes; undated mimeographed biography of Sullivan (4 leaves); biographical data sheet dated 3-24-1949 (1 leaf); empty envelope addressed to G. James Fleming, with ms. notes; 2 leaves of ms. notes, partial mimeographed text on an unidentified singer, with ms. notes on verso; one newspaper clipping; and one velox print.
Number of Prints: 5

  B-8  
Susan, Lynn Cecilia
Photographer if identified: Wide World Photos
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Sutton, Oliver
One leaf has ms. photo caption attached with staple through border of print.
Photographer if identified: Tex Harris, Ed Bagwell Photography, Bro. David McAdams, Polk's Studio, Pope Studio, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 7

  B-8  
Swanson, Howard
Number of Prints: 1

  B-8  
Teer, Fredrica
Photographer if identified: Susan Wood
Number of Prints: 2

  B-9  
Terrell, Tammi
Number of Prints: 2

  B-9  
Thurman, Howard (Dean)
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Boston University Photo Service, Livingstone College Public Relations Office
Number of Prints: 6

  B-9  
Tiger, Dick
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Tex Harris, Ronnie Brathwaite, Pan American World Airways, Wide World Photos
Number of Prints: 10

  B-9  
Till, Emmett Louis
Approximately 40 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Toure, Sekou
Also one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Kwame Brathwaite, Richard A. Martin/M Associates
Number of Prints: 9

  B-9  
Toure, Sekou
3 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Truman, Harry S.
Also press release dated 9-25-1946 on a letter sent by Truman to the National Urban League's Annual Conference (2 copies, 2 leaves total); press release dated 3-27-1970 on "Operation Graphic Hand," which used military reservists to staff New York's post offices during a postal strike (2 leaves); press release dated 2-5-1954 containing the text of a speech given by Truman at an ADA meeting (4 leaves); and approximately 23 newspaper clippings.
Number of Prints: 2

  B-9  
Truth, Sojourner
Also one velox print pasted to paperboard.
Photographer if identified: A. Hansen Photography
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Tubman, William V.S. (President of Liberia)
Note on folder: "Visit to U.S. Oct. 17-24, 1954." Two prints are mounted on a single piece of paperboard. Also press kit containing approximately 13 leaves of material on Tubman, one pamphlet about Liberia, and 3 photo prints (included in total at left); press release dated 10-23-1954 on a tour of the United States by Tubman (3 leaves); press release dated 10-25-1954 on honors shown to Tubman on his arrival in New York (3 leaves); press release dated 10-29-1954 on the conclusion of Tubman's visit to the United States (3 leaves); one paper stereotype matrix with velox print and mimeographed caption attached with staple; and 19 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: James Gilbert, Whitestone Photo
Number of Prints: 15

  B-9  
Tunnell, Emlen
Mimeographed text "Offense on Defense -- Em Tunnell" (2 leaves) and 2 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Vaughan, Sarah
Typescript concert review dated 1975 (1 leaf); carbonscript text "Sarah Vaughan" (3 leaves); mimeographed text "The Achievement of Sarah Vaughan" (6 leaves); 2 leaves of ms. notes; and 8 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Venable, Spencer
Photographer if identified: Creative Photo Service Inc.
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Walker, William O.
Also mimeographed biography (3 leaves), mimeographed press release dated 3-9-1959 announcing an address to be given by Walker at a commemoration of the 132nd anniversary of Freedom's Journal (1 leaf), and one image removed from an unidentified publication.
Number of Prints: 2

  B-9  
Waller, Fats
One velox print.

  B-9  
Ward, Clara
Also typescript article text on a lawsuit between Ward and Joe Bostic (1 leaf, with attached newspaper clipping); press release dated 5-27-[no year] on Ward's suit against Bostic (1 leaf); mimeographed press release (undated) with a profile of Ward (3 leaves); carbonscript "Hollywood Happenings" profile by Walter Burrell dated in ms. April 1968 (in two sections, 4 leaves total); three newspaper clippings and two leaves of photocopied magazine clippings. One print is cut in two. Two prints have captions attached with staples through the border. One print has attached ms. note with sketch signed by "Riml" [sp?].
Photographer if identified: Michael Denning, Jack T. Franklin, Warner J. Kuhn, Ruben E. Hall, Joe Alper, L. Masco Young, Siv and Art Elwing/Metro News Photo Service, Richard Reinhold, James J. Kriegsmann, Kal Weyner
Number of Prints: 32

  B-9  
Warren, Earl (Chief Justice, Supreme Court)
Also one typescript leaf containing a text relating to struggle between three unions over minority members, two paper stereotype matrices, and approximately 23 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: International News Photo
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Washington, Booker T.
Also one paper stereotype matrix and two newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Loris Boone, International News Photos, Herbert Hawkins
Number of Prints: 6

  B-9  
Washington, Booker T. (Memorial)
Press release dated 1-30-[no year] concerning efforts to preserve Washington's birthplace (3 leaves); one caption detached from a photo, not present (1 leaf); "Thumbnail Bio" of Washington (1 leaf); carbonscript fragment of an address by an unknown speaker dated 4-4-1943 (1 leaf); Congressional Record vol. 97, no. 108 (6-18-1951) containing a speech by O.K. Armstrong on the Washington Birthplace Memorial (1 leaf, folded to 4 p.); promotional/fundraising mailing for the memorial (1 leaf, folded to 4 p.); handbill "Historical Development: Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial" (1 leaf); mimeographed cover letter from S.J. Phillips to supporters of the Memorial (1 leaf); typescript text concerning negative statements about the memorial made by Clayton Powell (1 leaf); typed letter signed by Frank E. Gannet to C.B. Powell dated 2-4-1948 (1 leaf); mimeographed text "Suggested Release in Connection with Lincoln's Birthday" (3 leaves); Mimeographed factsheet on the Birthplace project (1 leaf); mimeographed text "Feature and Background Material on Booker T. Washington" (5 leaves); prospectus handbill for "Freedom Coin" honoring Washington (1 leaf); handbill containing an offprint editorial from the Montgomery Advertiser, 2-18-1946 (1 leaf); carbonscript text "Founder's Day -- Tuskegee Institute, April 4, 1943" (10 leaves); handbill containing an offprint newspaper article "Booker T. Washington Tap Sounder Passes" (1 leaf); one paper stereotype matrix; and 12 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Washington, Booker T. (Trade Association)
Text removed from an unknown publication: "History of the Booker T. Washington Trade Association" (2 leaves).

  B-9  
Washington, Esta
Also one velox print. One print has attached typescript and carbonscript caption (2 leaves total) and program from a funeral service for Oliver B. Washington, Jr. held at McCall's Bronxwood Funeral Home, 11-24-1972.
Photographer if identified: Thomas R. Pincham, Harris Photo, Lloyd Yearwood
Number of Prints: 7

  B-9  
Washington, Lamont
Photographer if identified: King Photographers, D.R. Statile, Dagmar
Number of Prints: 5

  B-9  
Washington, Sam
Also photocopied memo dated 5-4-1978 with information on Washington's funeral (1 leaf) and one photocopied newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 10

  B-9  
Wayne, John
  B-9  
Weaver, Frederick S.
Also photocopied material from The Lash and the Cross vol. 2, no. 1 (8-21-1963) (3 leaves) and press release (ca. 4-3-1982) regarding Weaver's funeral, with attached newspaper clipping (obituary).
Number of Prints: 2

  B-9  
Weaver, Thomas (Judge)
Print count is approximate; all prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 9

  B-9  
Welcome, Samuel A.
Also one newspaper clipping.
Photographer if identified: Joe Williams
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wells, Joe
Label on original folder: "W."
Photographer if identified: Bro David McAdams
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wells, Mary
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Werner, Ludlow
Also publication Across the Desk vol. 1, no. 1, Jan. 1951, and 4 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Sp4 Michael Buffer/U.S. Army Photo
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Whaley, Ruth W.
Also typed letter signed by Whaley to Jesse Walker/Amsterdam News dated 4-13-1967 (1 leaf), one leaf of mixed ms. and typescript notes, and one velox print.
Photographer if identified: Big M Photo Service, Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Whipper, Leigh
Also photocopied resume (1 leaf), 5 velox prints, and one newspaper clipping. One print has staple through border.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Al Levine, James Gilbert, Tex Harris, Lorenzo Tucker, Burley Photo Syndicate, Bro. David McAdams, George M. West
Number of Prints: 19

  B-9  
White, Poppy Cannon
Also 4 velox prints and one newspaper clipping.
Number of Prints: 7

  B-9  
White, Retha (Mrs.)
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
White, Walter
Also mimeographed text of a speech delivered by White on 1-24-1951 at a dinner honoring Ralph J. Bunch (4 leaves), with extensive ms. notes on the verso of leaves 3-4; mimeographed article text "NAACP's Walter White Gets Haitian Decoration" by Alice Dunnigan (2 leaves); carbonscript letter from William R. Hudgins to Lindsay White dated 5-17-1951 (1 leaf); carbonscript "Note" about "Mr. Hudgins" (1 leaf); carbonscript "Excerpts From Remarks by Walter White... Saturday, May 20, 1950" (2 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 5-31-1951 titled "MacArthur Kept Jim Crow, Walter White Asserts" (1 leaf); press release dated 7-6-1951 concerning White's testimony that race prejudice was responsible for a decline of ethics in government (2 copies, each 2 leaves); carbonscript press release dated 5-21-1955 announcing White's death (1 leaf); mimeographed text "Students and the Race Question" by White (5 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 1-6-[1948] reporting White's remarks at the NAACP's annual meeting (2 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 4-4-1947 concerning White's condemnation of anti-NAACP statements by Kim Sigler, governor of Michigan (2 leaves); typescript press release dated 9-3-[1947?] concerning White's appearance on a magazine list of "64 Men Who Run America" (1 leaf); mimeographed "Address by Walter White... at closing of Wartime Conference, Sunday, July 16, [1944] (19 leaves); "Biographical form sheet" completed in typescript (1 leaf); one negative (1 image); one paper stereotype matrix with attached press release dated 3-28-1967 (1 leaf) and halftone print; and 7 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Layne's Studio/Cecil Layne, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Wagner International Photos
Number of Prints: 7

  B-9  
White, Walter
Mimeographed press release dated 3-22-1955 concerning White's death (5 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 3-22-1955 concerning a message of condolence sent by Mayor Robert F. Wagner to White's family (1 leaf); mimeographed biographical text (2 leaves); press release dated 3-22-1955 concerning the condolence message for White sent by the ACLU to the NAACP (1 leaf); typescript press release dated 3-22-1955 containing the text of a letter sent by the Negro Labor Committee to White's family (1 leaf); typescript "Statement of... James C. Thomas... on the Death of Walter White" (1 leaf); carbonscript letter signed by Ralph Ober to the Amsterdam News (1 leaf), with attached carbonscript statement by Jacob K. Javits (1 leaf), mimeographed announcement of funeral arrangements for White (4 leaves), press release dated 3-24-1955 on condolence letters sent to the NAACP (7 leaves), and press release dated 3-22-1955 on Republican tributes to White (1 leaf); carbonscript "Concurrent Resolution of the Senate and Assembly honoring the memory and expressing sympathy..." (2 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 1-19-1949 containing article text "Between the Lines" by Dean Gordon B. Hancock (2 leaves); magazine article "How Detroit Fights Race Hatred" by Walter White, removed from the July 18th, [year?] issue of the Saturday Evening Post (4 leaves); mimeographed note from "HLM" to "the Editor" dated 4-29-1948, with 9 leaves of mimeographed correspondence between White and Sen. Wayne Morse attached; mimeographed text dated 3-1-1945 on the sales of White's book A Rising Wind (1 leaf); mimeographed "Speech of Walter White... Mass Meeting of the March-on-Washington Movement on Tuesday, June 16, 1942" (2 copies, each 6 leaves); mimeographed "Testimony of Walter White... before the Senate Military Affairs Committee, April 1, 1943..." (10 leaves); and mimeographed "Keynote Address of Emergency Conference on the Status of the Negro in the War for Freedom by Walter White... June 3rd, 1943..." (14 leaves).

  B-9  
Willans, Roy
  B-9  
Williams, Cenie J., Jr.
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Williams, John F.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Williams, Oliver D. (Judge)
Also 4 velox print. One print has one carbonscript and two typescript leaves attached with a paperclip. 6 of the prints have staples through the corners.
Photographer if identified: King Photographers
Number of Prints: 10

  B-9  
Wilson, Bettie
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wilson, Gladstone O.
Also one velox print. Photo print is inscribed on recto to "Maudie" and "Charles."
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wilson, M.L. (Rev.)
Also one velox print. One print has typescript letter from John T. Harris to Bryant Rollins dated 2-2-1978 attached with a paperclip. One print has caption attached with staple through border.
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo, Pictorial Enterprise, David McAdams, Boy Scouts of America Public Relations Service, Anna Lee Cutrone, John Maguire/Matar Studio Inc., Wide World Photo, YMCA of Greater New York Public Relations Department, Chas. Harris, Protestant Council of the City of New York Dept. of Radio and Television, A. Hansen Studio
Number of Prints: 22

  B-9  
Wilson, Mary
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wiltshire, George
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Wolf, Howlin'
One newspaper clipping.

  B-9  
Woods, Howard
Also two newspaper clippings and one velox print.
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Woods, Love B.
  B-9  
Woods, Love B.
Two-leaf typescript obituary dated 6-3-1967.

  B-9  
Woods, Love B.
One newspaper clipping.

  B-9  
Wright, Harold Louis (Rev.)
Also single-leaf press release on Wright's election as suffragan bishop (undated) and 2 newspaper clippings.
Photographer if identified: Gill Photographers, Harris Photo, Ethical Culture Schools
Number of Prints: 4

  B-9  
Wright, Richard
One velox print.

  B-9  
Wright, Richard
Two newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Wright, Thomas
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 3

  B-9  
Yergan, Max (Dr.)
Mimeographed text "Max Yergan Warns Negro of True Aims of Communism" by Alice A. Dunnigan (2 leaves), press release dated 6-5-1953 with title "Dr. Max Yergan Replies to Walter White," and 3 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Young, Buddy
Also one velox print and one printed image taken from an unidentified publication.
Photographer if identified: Jerome F. Esterson
Number of Prints: 7

  B-9  
Young, Henry, Jr.
Photographer if identified: Cameron Studios
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Young, James
One newspaper clipping.

  B-9  
Young, John H., III
Photographer if identified: Harris Photo
Number of Prints: 4

  B-9  
Young, Whitney
Two prints are pasted to one piece of paperboard. Three prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: Mike Zwerling, Cecil Layne, Harris Photo, James Gilbert, Whitestone Photo, T. (Mindy) Myndyllo, Monroe S. Frederick II, Ferguson Photo, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise
Number of Prints: 33

  B-9  
Young, Whitney
Also carbonscript text "Whitney M. Young, Jr. is the Winner of the Four Freedoms Award" (1 leaf), 2 leaves of ms. notes, 3 velox prints, one paper stereotype matrix, and the business card of J. Herbert King (Editor in Chief of Sphinx Magazine). Two prints are stuck together with paste.
Photographer if identified: David McAdams, James Gilbert, Hamilton Associates, Gilbert Pictorial Enterprise, Cecil Layne, A. Hansen, Agency for International Development (A.I.D.)
Number of Prints: 21

  B-9  
Young, Whitney
June 15, 1968 issue of The Amsterdam News, mimeographed Order of Service from a memorial service (marked "Not for Release") (1 leaf); mimeographed "Schedule -- Arrangements for Whitney M. Young" dated 3-14-1971 (1 leaf); mimeographed "Flight Information" (1 leaf), and 2 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Young, Whitney, Jr.
Print is stuck with paste to a single-leaf biographical text dated Sept. 1962 and stapled to a two-leaf biography dated Oct. 1967. Also National Urban League "Highlights of the Year" mailing (1965-1966, 1 leaf folded to 4 p.); offprint article from the National Observer, 6-17-1962 (1 leaf); periodical The Whetstone vol. 37, no. 3 (4th quarter 1960); mimeographed letter addressed to Henry Steeger dated 8-29-1962 (1 leaf); mimeographed speech "I'm Liberal, But..." delivered by Young at the National Conference on Social Welfare, 5-16-1961 (12 leaves); mimeographed text of an address delivered by Young at the Hampton Institute, 10-3-1961 (11 leaves); mimeographed text of a speech delivered by Young at the 10th Constitutional Convention of the International Union of Electrical Workers, 9-20-1962 (14 leaves); mimeographed magazine article text "A Cry from the Dispossessed," with cover page dated 12-14-1964 (11 leaves total); mimeographed resolutions of the Urban League dated 9-5-1962 (1 leaf); pamphlet "The Urban League Movement: Terms of Affiliation"; pamphlet "Lost Children: School Dropout Rate Alarms Educators, Sociologists"; mimeographed press release dated 10-16-[1961] with attached "Statement of the National Urban League in connection with the AFL-CIO--A. Philip Randolph Controversy" (3 leaves total); mimeographed "Policy Statement on Non-Violent Direct Action Techniques" (marked "Confidential--Not for Publication") (2 leaves); mimeographed text "The Home Building Industry" with copy of cover letter from Henry Steeger to John F. Kennedy dated 7-21-1962 (7 leaves total); and mimeographed "Memorandum to Local Affiliates from the National Urban League" (marked "Confidential--Not for Publication") (5 leaves).
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Young, Whitney, Jr.
Mimeographed cover letter from the text of a speech, plus one leaf only of the speech text, dated 3-28-1963 (1 leaf); mimeographed press release, undated, on the annual dinner meeting of the Morris County Urban League (1 leaf); offprint article "The City and the Negro" by Charles E. Silberman, reprinted from the Mar. 1962 issue of Fortune; Mimeographed "Resolution" of the Urban League dated 9-5-1962; mimeographed press release dated 5-24-1967 containing the text of a speech delivered at the National Conference of Social Welfare's 94th Annual Forum (4 leaves), with attached press release 5-23-1957 containing the text of a speech by Mitchell Sviridoff at the same Forum (10 leaves); mimeographed press release dated 2-20-1967 regarding Young's comments on the President's Crime Commission (2 leaves); Biographical text on Young with mimeographed cover letter from Edward S. Lewis dated 10-19-1961 and one attached photo print (8 leaves total); mimeographed text of an address by Young given at the 1966 Annual Conference of the National Rehabilitation Association, 10-3-1966 (11 leaves); press release dated 5-12-1970 concerning the Urban League's call for an unencumbered income guarantee (4 leaves); telegram dated 5-22-1970 from Layhmond Robinson to the Amsterdam News, concerning the murder of six black men in Augusta, GA (4 leaves); press release dated 5-22-1970 concerning a gift to the Urban League from Humble Oil and Refining Co. (1 leaf); program from the Four Freedoms Award Dinner honoring Young, 4-2-1970; seating plan from the Four Freedoms Award Dinner (13 leaves); press release dated 1-30-1970 containing a statement by Young given at a news conference for Unified Newark at the Overseas Press Club (3 leaves); photocopied letter from Young to the Amsterdam News dated 7-24-1970, objecting to negative coverage of the Urban League (3 leaves); mimeographed "Statement by Whitney M. Young, Jr... for the Moreland Commission Special Hearing on Public Welfare," 9-12-1962 (9 leaves); mimeographed "Address of Whitney M. Young, Jr... at the Annual Meeting of Harlem Neighborhoods AssociationInc.," 6-13-1962 (8 leaves); mimeographed text of a speech entitled "Revolution or Responsibility" given by Young at the 1967 National Urban League Conference, 8-20-1967 (20 leaves); and press release dated 3-3-1967 concerning a statement by Young at the University of Rochester.
Number of Prints: 1

  B-9  
Young, Whitney, Jr.
Mimeographed "Summary of Testimony by Whitney M. Young, Jr... before the Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization, United States Senate," 12-14-1966 (39 leaves); press release dated 2-22-1964 concerning a television interview with Young aired on MGN-TV in Chicago and WNYC-TV in New York (3 leaves); mimeographed "Excerpts from Address of Whitney M. Young, Jr... at the 15th Annual National Civil Liberties Clearing House Conference, Washington, D.C.," 3-28-1963 (6 leaves); one small metal printing plate bearing an image of two eyes (Young's?); two sets of photocopied newspaper clippings (4 leaves total); mimeographed "Bio" dated 3-29-1965 (1 leaf); and 66 newspaper clippings.

  B-9  
Youth
Two prints are enclosed in an envelope with a computer-printed letter signed by Raymond Bond to Ma'ishah Asante dated 3-3-1992 (1 leaf, plus photocopy of letter, 3 leaves of computer-printed typescript texts by Dale George, and original mailing envelope). One print is paperclipped to an autograph letter signed by Sheryl Chung dated 12-31-1991 (3 leaves) and a photocopied press release (undated, ca. Jan. 1992) concerning Chung (1 leaf); Also photocopied "Intermediate & Junior High Schools Directory" (4 leaves + 2 leaves) in mailing envelope addressed to Ma'ishah Asante from Bob Terte, postmarked 12-3-1991; one ms. leaf titled "Responses schools"; press release dated 12-20-1991 calling for entries for the "Positive Youth of the Week" column in the Amsterdam News (1 leaf); faxed copy of ms. text by Vicki Walcott dated 1-7-1992 (2 leaves); faxed biographies of Enmanuel Alvarez and Roxanna Saltos dated 1-10-1992 (5 leaves); photocopied "Nomination Form for 1992 Achiever's Award" for Tiffany Harrison (3 leaves, with attached photocopy of 12-20-1991 Amsterdam News press release above); computer-printed letter signed from Renee Pollack to Ma'ishah Asante dated 1-21-1992 confirming a meeting to select the "Positive Youth of the Week" (1 leaf); faxed biographical data on Virginia Milagros Cora, dated 1-14-1992 (6 leaves); ms. note signed by Shula Shale dated 1-8-1992, with attached photocopied newspaper clipping about Leroy Robinson (2 leaves total); faxed biographical information on Fernando Montejo and Teresa Sotomayor, dated 1-10-1992 (8 leaves); faxed nomination of Pharoah Cranston for Positive Youth of the Week, dated 1-8-1992 (2 leaves); and faxed nomination of Natasha Stacey, Lea Josephs, and Herve Jean-Baptiste, dated 1-16-1992 (3 leaves total).
Number of Prints: 3