J. Max Bond Jr. papers, 1955-2009 [Avery]
..., Jr., one of the most influential and prominent African-American architects and educators in the United States. The collection primarily documents Bond’s professional activities rather than his building...
La Guardia Memorial House records, 1899-1993 [RBML]
.... 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 as well reflected by a 1926 news...
Union Settlement Association records, 1896-1995 [RBML]
... building was erected and opened in 1913. During the 1920s and '30s East Harlem's demography began to change as African-Americans and Puerto Ricans moved into the neighborhood. A significant number of Italian...
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