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African Americans

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Around the world in 75 years: Autobiography of Dorothy Kneeland Clark, 1977

Collection Identifier: MC 328
Overview:

Autobiography of Dorothy Kneeland Clark, educator.

Houghton Library collection of Black American portrait photographs

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 3380
Scope and Contents:

Collection contains portrait photographs of Black Americans in the latter half of the 19th century. Mostly consists of tintypes, with a few albumen and salted paper prints. With few exceptions, people in the portraits are unidentified.

Papers of Mary Gibson Hundley, 1862-1985 (inclusive), 1934-1975 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 383: T-212
Overview:

Legal records, scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, etc., of Mary Gibson Hundley, educator and civil rights activist.

Jo Tartt, Jr. collection of photographs

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Typ 1314
Overview:

The collection includes photographs compiled by Jo C. Tartt Jr. relating to Black American life and racial narratives after the American Civil War.

Papers of Charlotte Hawkins Brown, 1900-1961

Collection Identifier: A-146: M-92
Overview:

Correspondence, speeches, etc., of Charlotte Hawkins Brown, educator and founder of the Palmer Memorial Institute in Sedalia, North Carolina.

Papers of Louise Fox Connell, 1904-1986

Collection Identifier: MC 386
Overview:

Oral history transcript, correspondence, genealogical information, etc., of Louise Fox Connell, journalist and editor.

Papers of Marita Bonner, 1940-1986

Collection Identifier: SC 97
Overview:

Correspondence, essays, short fiction, photographs, etc., of Marita Bonner, Radcliffe College Class of 1922.

Records of the Window Shop, 1939-2004

Collection Identifier: MC 427
Overview:

Correspondence, financial records, minutes, etc., of the Window Shop (Cambridge, Mass.), established to offer employment to and raise money for refugees from Germany and Austria during World War II.

Oral history collection of the Women's Action Organization, 1970-1979

Collection Identifier: OH-39: T-86
Overview:

Audtio recordings and transcripts of interviews focusing on women and their involvement in the beginnings of the women’s reform movement in the United States Department of State during the early 1970s, conducted by the Women's Action Organization, formed to address some of the long-standing inequities in the treatment of women in the State Department and its "sister" Foreign Service agencies.