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Park Benjamin papers, 1645-1925 [RBML]
...:// Benjamin family. local African Americans History 19th century American literature 19th century Diplomatic and consular service, American 19th century Plantations Guyana 19th century Publishers...

Sol Stein papers, 1943-2004 bulk 1950-2004 [RBML]
... African-American voice. With his wife, Patricia Day, Stein founded the publishing firm Stein and Day in 1962, which was primarily a trade book publisher of popular and literary fiction, biographies...

Hudson Guild records, 1896-1990s [RBML]
... Italians and Germans, as well as African-American migrants from the south. They rented apartments in hastily constructed tenement buildings or in former one-family townhouses newly subdivided and refashioned...

University Protest and Activism Collection, 1958-2018 bulk 1968-1972 [CU Archives]
... with the IDA, R.O.T.C. and military research recruiting, and conditions for campus workers. Partly in response to the fate of the "IDA Six", Mark Rudd and SDS, as well members of the Society of African-American...

Arthur Rothstein photographs, 1848-2000 bulk 1932-1985 [Avery]
... photographs of tenant farm families and drought-stricken land. Subsequent FSA projects resulted in a diverse and prolific body of work, including images of Pittsburgh steel workers, African-American tenant...

Kent Family papers, 1785-1901 [RBML]
... of the property qualification for African American voters. The following year Chancellor Kent resigned his office and resumed teaching at Columbia College. Out of the lectures he delivered at this time came his...

La Guardia Memorial House records, 1899-1993 [RBML]
...'s name was changed to Haarlem House. During the 1920s and 30s East Harlem's demography began to shift as Puerto Ricans and African-Americans moved into the neighborhood. Many other ethnic groups remained...

Union Settlement Association records, 1896-1995 [RBML]
...'s demography began to change as African-Americans and Puerto Ricans moved into the neighborhood. A significant number of Italian families remained in the area as well. This predominantly working class community...

Malcolm X Project Records, 1960-2008 bulk 2001-2008 [RBML]
... Columbia University. Institute for Research in African-American Studies Black Muslims Sound recordings aat Video recordings (physical artifacts) aat Columbia...

Edith Altschul Lehman papers, 1856-1976 bulk 1963-1976 [RBML]
... at that institution; the Lehman Educational Fund, which offers scholarships for African American college students; and the Lehman School of Ethics at the Jewish Theological Seminary. She also supported Williams College...

Sydney Howard Gay papers, 1748-1931 [RBML]
... Saturday evening post National Anti-Slavery Standard sourceNotSpecified African Americans History Antislavery movements Women Suffrage Journalism Deeds Translations Authors, American Journalists United...

Samuel McCune Lindsay papers, 1877-1957 [RBML]
...:// African Americans History Animal welfare Child welfare Child labor Law and legislation United States Cities and towns United States Dairy laws Economic history Environmental health Factory laws...

James Graham Phelps Stokes papers, 1779-1960 bulk 1884-1960 [RBML]
... Democratic League of America Tuskegee Institute Young Men's Christian associations African Americans History...

Philip Butcher papers, 1864-2005 bulk 1940-1990 [RBML]
..., where the 92nd and 93rd Infantry--two entirely African-American Divisions--were trained. After V-E Day he was transferred from Britain to Germany with the 449th Signal Heavy Construction Battalion...

Morgan J. Rhees papers, 1794-1968 [RBML]
...:// Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 Williams, Gwyn A. Abolitionists United States African Americans History To 1863...

Wiltwyck School for Boys records, 1942-1981 bulk 1964-1982 [RBML]
... of the Episcopal City Mission Society in 1936, and was located in Esopus, New York. Initially, it was designed as an experimental summer camp for Protestant African-American juvenile delinquents and potential...

New York Juvenile Asylum records (Children's Village), 1853-1954 [RBML]
... move, female, African-American, Jewish, and Catholic children were sent home or to other institutions. In 1920, during a reorganization that promoted a therapeutic model of care, the institution's name...

Hettie Jones papers, 1895-2009 bulk 1958-2009 [RBML]
... a detailed portrait of the Downtown and Beat literary scene of the 1950s and 1960s, as well as of her marriage to, and divorce from, African American poet LeRoi Jones, and the difficulties of an interracial...

Joseph Parrish Thompson and Leonard Bacon papers, 1845-1928 [RBML]
... already. Thompson was married twice and had five children. His two eldest sons, John and Joseph, served in the Civil War. John succumbed to a fever in camp, and Joseph was a captain of a regiment of African...

Graduate School of Journalism Photographs, 1918-2002 [CU Archives]
..., and opened a new broadcast news laboratory shortly thereafter. Friendly initiated a summer program for minority students, and Luther P. Jackson ’51 became the school’s first African-American professor...

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