Series 2
Organizations, 1871-2009

Scope and Content Note

This series contains yearbooks, programs, reports, handbooks, and other printed material relating to various fraternal organizations, political associations, clubs, and societies from 1871-1996. Items relating to the Masons and groups affiliated with the Masonic Order, including the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Daughters of Isis, Order of the Eastern Star, and Heroines of Jericho, comprise a large part of this series. Many of their yearbooks, reports, addresses, programs, and handbooks relate to chapters in California from the 1960s-1970s. There is also a small collection of political materials, which includes election flyers, brochures, and surveys. Other clubs and societies represented are groups that serve a social or professional function; materials relating to these groups are more recent, primarily from the 1980s. The majority of the organizations represented relate to advancing the rights of minorities and to achieving racial equality. The publications of the organizations reflect their efforts to provide support for defense of human rights, to publicize their activities, and to appeal for support.

A variety of calendars related to organizations are contained in Series 6: Printed ephemera.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Fraternities and sororities
Box Folder Content
10 1 Alpha Kappa Alpha, brochure, undated
10 2 Alpha Kappa Alpha, Epsilon Xi Omega Chapter, "A Bouquet of Roses," Thirty-Second Annual Debutante Ball (San Diego, California), commemorative book, May 9, 1987
10 3 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Eta Lambda Chapter, Seventy-ninth Anniversary Convention, program, August 9-14, 1985
10 4 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, The Sphinx, vol. 70, no. 3, Fall 1984; vol. 71, no. 3, Summer 1985; vol.71, no. 4, Winter 1985
43 34 Alpha Phi Alpha, Omicron Lambda chapter (Birmingham, Alabama), Founder's Day banquet program, 1962
48 35 Alpha Phi Alpha, Vade Mecum, 1950
33 50 Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Alpha Eta Chapter (Birmingham, Alabama), program, "Business on Parade," April 19, 1944
10 5 Chautauqua Circle (Atlanta, Georgia), yearbook, 1955-1956
40 4 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority: Gamma Lambda Sigma Chapter, Jabberwock, program, May 4, 1953
10 6 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority: Iota Sigma, Sigma, Gamma Zeta Chapters, Jabberwock, program, March 3, 1944
36 1 Sigma Gamma Rho sorority, Eta Sigma chapter presents Hal Jackson's Miss U.S. Teen Pageant and Revue souvenir program, 1974
10 7 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.: Epsilon Tau Zeta Chapter, program for observance of Finer Womanhood Week, February 24, 1963
Fraternal organizations
35 3 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, 23rd Annual Talent-Scholarship Competition program (Houston, Texas), 1971
35 4 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, event tickets, 1971-1973
39 2 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Hadji Temple (Buffalo, New York), invitations, no date
35 5 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Jurisdiction of Indiana, annual gala day programs, 1972 and 1982
10 8 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Menelik Temple No. 36, Yearbook, 1970-1974
10 9 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (North and South American and Jurisdictions), membership certificate, 1966
10 10 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (North and South America and Its Jurisdictions), Prince Hall Affiliation, The Pyramid [devoted to the 77th Annual Session of the Imperial Council in Boston, Massachusetts, incomplete], first quarter, 1970
OP23 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Osiris Temple No. 67, Daytona, Florida, promotion for entertainment at Shrine Congress, Waycross (Georgia?), January 31, 1924
10 11 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Region VII, proposed by-laws and newsletter, 1970s
35 6 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Saudi Temple No. 50 (Fort Wayne, Indiana), meeting program and voting credential card
35 7 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, unidentified group photo with list of members, no date
38 38 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Zeid Temple No. 90 (Des Moines, Iowa) program, 4th Annual Shrine Jubilee, Printer, Robert E. Patten, June 5, 1932
35 8 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and Imperial Court Daughters of Isis, annual memorial services program (Cincinnati, Ohio), 1961
35 9 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and Imperial Court Daughters of Isis, annual memorial services program, 1971
10 12 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Everett Lodge No. 479 (Everett, Washington), letterhead
40 46 Daughters of Isis, fact sheet, 1956
35 10 Daughters of Isis, Imperial Court, 11th Annual Banquet and Fashion Show program, 1971
10 13 Daughters of Isis, Imperial Court, 63rd Imperial Session, Annual Report of the Imperial Treasurer, July 1, 1973-June 30, 1974
10 14 Daughters of Isis, Imperial Court, communication regarding Desert Conference (California), September 27-29, 1974
10 15 Daughters of Isis, Imperial Court, membership certificate, 1968
10 16 Daughters of Isis, Imperial Court, Proclamation #3, May 29, 1974
10 17 Daughters of Isis, Menelik Court No. 53 (Oakland, California), yearbook, 1975-1976; 1980; 1982
35 11 Daughters of Isis, Saudi Court No. 121, Past Comandress Ball invitation, 1968
10 18 Free and Accepted Masons, Corinthian Lodge (Danville, Illinois), Eli Brown calling card, undated
10 19 Free and Accepted Masons, Grand Lodge for the State of Georgia, constitution, 1871
35 12 Free and Accepted Masons, Henry Highland Garnett Lodge, No. 40 (Ithaca, New York), 17th Annual Installation of Officers invitation, 1901
39 50 Free and Accepted Masons, Light of the West Lodge Number 42 (Orlean, New York), flier, A Gala Day at Riverhurst, July 31, 1902
44 25 Free and Accepted Masons, M. W. Stringer Grand Lodge (Greenwood, Mississippi), Constitution and by-laws, 1949
35 13 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of New York, Light of the West Lodge No. 42 (Orlean, New York), printed ephemera including invitations, programs, and membership cards, 1889-1937
38 14 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Grand Lodge (Prince Hall Affiliation) Dickerson Lodge number 314 (Aiken, South Carolina) materials, 1942-1946
35 14 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, synopsis of proceedings, no date
38 13 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of South Carolina, newsletter, September 2, 1941
10 20 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California), 110th Annual Communication: reports, Grand Master's address, July 19, 1965
10 21 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California), 111th Annual Communication: Grand Master's address, July 18-21, 1966
10 22 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California), 115th Annual Communication: reports, Grand Master's address, July 20-22, 1970
10 23 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California), 116th Annual Communication: Grand Master's address, July 19, 1971
11 1 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California), report, April 30, 1970; April 30, 1971
11 2 Free and Accepted Masons, Prince Hall Grand Lodge (California and Jurisdiction), Phillip A. Buchanan Lodge No. 63, yearbook, 1973, 1977, 1984
35 15 Free and Accepted Masons, Prince Hall Grand Lodge (New York), 86th Annual Grand Session program, 1931
39 41 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Jurisdiction of Georgia and Prince Hall Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Georgia, annual masonic banquet program, 1977
38 12 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (Chester, South Carolina), New Year's greeting from J. S. Stanback, Grandmaster, circa 1952.
38 15 Free and Accepted Masons, Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge (South Carolina), roster, 1944
40 26 Free and Accepted Masons, Prince Hall Affiliated, Morning Star Lodge No. 70, St. John's Day program, 1945
39 3 Grand Commandery of Knights Templars and the Grand Royal Court of the Order of Cyrene (New York, New York), grand promenade and prize reception program, 1929
OP22 Grand United Order of Oddfellows of America, 7th B.M.C. A Magnificent Reproduction of the Great Demonstration hold in Boston, October 2nd to October 6th, 1894 will be exhibited in the Charles St. A.M.E. Church (Boston, Massachusetts), December 13, 1894
OP59 Grand United Order of Odd-Fellows Chart, published by Currier & Ives, (New York), 1881
OP90 Image Productions, poster featuring black child, "Wouldn't PEACE be beautiful?" 1970
38 42 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Antler Club of Hawkeye Lodge No. 160 (Des Moines, Iowa), broadside for "Ye Olde Fashioned Indoor Carnival" charity event, Printer, Robert E. Patten, April 25-28, 1934 [2 copies]
11 3 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Capt. Levi M. Hood Lodge No. 159 (West Chester, Pennsylvania), lyrics to Lift Every Voice and Sing, undated
OP121 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Grand Exalted Ruler J. Finley Wilson and His Cabinet (Washington, D.C.), calendar, 1937
35 16 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Hametic Lodge No. 428 (Fort Wayne, Indiana), annual ball invitation, 1969
38 42 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Hawkeye Lodge, No. 160, "Official Visiting Card," Printer, Robert E. Patten, (Des Moines, Iowa), circa 1930
40 47 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, lectures, no date
35 17 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Morning Star Temple No. 346 (Fort Wayne, Indiana), First Annual Style Show Program, 1947
11 4 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, W. Purple Cross Nurses Division of the Health Department, souvenir journal, August 1972
48 4 Improved Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the World, membership certificate (blank), circa 1930
32 43 Independent Orders of Immaculates of Alabama, Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Session, Bessemer, Alabama, July 19-21, 1904
38 19 Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Banquet and Ball program, undated
32 21 International Benevolent Society (Columbus, Georgia), Golden Anniversary Program, August 14-16, 1956
43 35 Knights of Pythias, 29th annual convention of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias and the Grand Court of the Calanthe, California Jurisdiction, souvenir program, 1940
43 36 Knights of Pythias, 48th annual convention of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias and the Grand Court of the Calanthe, Maryland Jurisdiction, souvenir program, 1941
11 5 Knights of Pythias of Alabama, 69th Annual Session (Montgomery, Alabama), proceedings, June 25-27, 1956
43 37 Knights of Pythias, Constitution and Supreme Status, 1927
43 38 Knights of Pythias, financial report, officers of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias and Grand Court of Calanthe of Michigan, 1935-1936
43 39 Knights of Pythias, Installation Service, 1893
43 40 Knights of Pythias, Installation Service and Funeral Ceremonies of the Supreme Lodge, no date
OP134 Knights of Pythias (Jurisdiction of Iowa), 37th Annual Session broadside, Printer, Robert E. Patten, September 25-26, 1934
43 41 Knights of Pythias, minutes of the 15th annual session of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias and Grand Court of Calanthe, Michigan Jurisdiction, 1941
43 42 Knights of Pythias, official proceedings of the 31st biennial session of the Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias (Chicago, Illinois), 1941
44 1 Knights of Pythias, proceedings of the 28th annual session of the Grand Lodge (El Centro, California), 1935
44 2 Knights of Pythias, Ritual, no date
44 3 Knights of Pythias, Rules and Regulations Governing the Uniform Rank, 1913
43 20 Lions Club of Springfield (Florida), "Cotton Club Revue" program, 1946
OP78 Masonic Relief Association of the Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Georgia, John Wesley Lodge, membership certificate, D.V. Johnson, January 13, 1908
37 61 Order of the Eastern Star, Electra Prince Hall Grand Chapter, 80th Grand Communication program, 1994
38 37 Order of the Eastern Star, Esther Day Services (Des Moines, Iowa), Printer, Robert E. Patten, June 5, 1932
11 6 Order of the Eastern Star, General Grand Chapter, Worthy Matrons' Hand Book, eleventh edition, 1949
11 7 Order of the Eastern Star, Honoring Past Royal Matrons and Past Royal Patrons (or, Past Officers in Other Organizations), undated
35 18 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, "Inserts for Ritual," no date
35 19 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, District No. 1 (Indiana), meeting programs, 1964
35 20 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, District No. 2 (Indiana), meeting program, 1963
35 21 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, District No. 6 (Indiana), meeting programs, 1963-1964
35 22 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, District No. 7 (Indiana), meeting program, 1965
35 23 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, District No. 8 (Indiana), meeting programs, 1963-1964
35 24 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, International Conference of Grand Chapters, program, 1958
35 25 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation, Matchless Chapter No. 8 (Fort Wayne, Indiana), meeting programs and event invitations, 1959-1973
35 26 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Grand Chapter, annual concert program, 1964
35 27 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Grand Chapter (Terre Haute, Indiana), banquet program, 1968
11 9 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Adah Chapter No. 1 (Sacramento, California), yearbook, 1968-1969
11 10 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Bethel Chapter No. 31 (San Francisco, California), yearbook, 1968-1969
11 11 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Beulah Chapter No. 24 (Oakland, California), Tribute to Officers and Members, program, 20 June 1963; initiation program, November 21, 1974
11 12 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Beulah Chapter No. 24 (Oakland, California), yearbook, 1965-1991
11 13 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Ella Mills Chapter No. 59 (Sacramento, California), yearbook, 1968-1969
11 14 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Faith Chapter No. 61 (Oakland, California), yearbook, 1956-1961
11 15 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Golden State Grand Chapter (California), directory, undated [2 editions]
11 16 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Golden State Grand Chapter (California), proceedings, 72nd Annual Communication, July 18-21, 1955; 77th Annual Communication, July 17-20, 1960; 80th Annual Communication, July 14-18, 1963
12 1 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Golden State Grand Chapter (California), roster of officers, 1992-1993
12 2 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Golden State Grand Chapter (California), various reports, addresses, programs, 1969-1974
12 3 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Northern Area (California), Graduation Dinner Dance for Worthy Matrons, Worthy Patrons, program, December 7, 1974
12 4 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Queen Ester Chapter No. 4 (Oakland, California), 1968-1969
12 5 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Rebecca Chapter No. 56 (Oakland, California), yearbook, 1968-1969
12 6 Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption, Sinoda Chapter No. 49 (Oakland, California), Yearbook, 1968; 1972
39 4 Prince Hall Eureka Grand Chapter and its Subordinates, Eastern Star Drama "The Pilgrims," program, 1929
12 7 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), 14th Annual Grand Youth Palace, program, June 21, 1980
12 8 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Annual Address of the Most Ancient Grand Matron, 47th Annual Communication, July 16-20, 1972
34 3 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), California Poppy Court No. 6, yearbook, 1957
12 9 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Cypress Court No. 45, yearbook, 1986
12 10 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Golden Gate Court No. 4, yearbook, 1979-1994
12 11 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Grand Deputies, yearbook, 1987-1988
12 12 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Mary Elizabeth Court No. 41, yearbook, 1966; 1987
12 13 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Most Ancient Grand Matron and Worthy Grand Lecturer's Itinerary, 1990-1991
12 14 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Nettie B. Pergerson Court No. 36, yearbook, 1982
12 15 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), program, 1981-1990
12 16 Prince Hall Grand High Court, Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption (California and Jurisdiction), Rahab Court No. 5, yearbook, 1969
12 17 Prince Hall Grand Lodge, finalists for talent scholarship from various states, 1966
39 5 Prince Hall Masons of America, Grand Masters Conference (Atlanta, Georgia) souvenir program, 1949
11 8 Prince Hall Origin, blank membership application, undated
33 51 Third Grand International Conference of Knights Templars and Imperial Council of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (Washington, D.C.), flier, 1912
47 44 United Advance Beneficial Fraternal Order of Ethiopians, postcard, undated
Politics and government
12 18 Abernathy, Ralph David, Elect to Congress, flyer, undated
OP91 AFL-CIO, Local 1129, poster, "No U.S. Dough to Help Jim Crow Grow," undated
OP92 AFL-CIO, Local 1129, poster, "We Demand Voting Rights Now!," undated
40 48 AFL-CIO [?], "Picket!! Protest!!" no date
47 29 Alarcon, Evelina, chair, Southern California District, Communist Party, USA, "The Urban Crisis: Los Angeles Rebels," brochure, circa 1992
47 38 The All-African People's Revolutionary Party, promotional material for African Liberation Day, 1983-1988
32 13 The All-African People's Revolutionary Party, Why Is This Organization Necessary? flyer, 1990
47 30 The All-African People's Revolutionary Party, Educational Brochure Number One, undated
OP79 attica brigade, "Long Live the Spirit of Attica. Support the Brothers' Demands. Hear the Brothers Speak! Attica Means Fight Back!" poster, undated
35 28 Bass, Charlotta, Progressive Party candidate for Vice President of the United States, clippings, 1952
40 49 "Black Christmas Boycott/Rizzo Must Go," flyer, no date
40 50 Blackwell, Lucien E., mayoral campaign flyer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), no date
OP24 Borders, William Holmes, Vote for Rev. William Holmes Borders on his record Nov. 5, House Seat, District 107, Atlanta, Georgia, brochure, circa 1957
OP60 Candidate Hines Says That Negro Men are "Animals" and Their Women Common Prostitutes, Democratic Party broadside attacking the populist candidate for governor, Georgia, 1894
40 51 Carter, W. Beverly, congressional campaign card (Pennsylvania), 1954
45 5 Carter, Elmer A., Commissioner, New York State Commission against Discrimination, "The New York Commission Succeeds," 1947
47 32 Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression newsletter, 1978
44 35 Chicago International Socialists, The Other Chicago, number 2, April 1973
40 52 Commonwealth of Virginia, Democratic Party primary regulations and laws, no date
40 53 Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, "The Struggle Against White Chauvinism," discussion outline, no date
46 1 Communist Party of California, flyer, Victory Rally for Home Front Unity,

Material includes an October 1976 issue of the newspapers as well as a pamphlet for the Thomas Nabried Center program in 1975 gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 2 Communist Party of Illinois, campaign materials, 1974

Materials include clippings, photographs, and other campaign materials including those for Ishmael Florry's senate campaign gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 3 Communist Party of Illinois, campaign materials, 1976

Materials include clippings and other campaign materials for a number of races including Gus Hall's campaign for president gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 4 Communist Party of Illinois, People's Bicentennial Festival, 1975

Materials include a flyer and press release on the event gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 5 Communist Party of Illinois, Political Affairs, 1973-1974

Materials include copies of the serial collected by Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 6 Communist Party of Illinois, Political Affairs, 1975-1976

Materials include copies of the serial collected by Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 7 Communist Party of Illinois, Political Affairs, 1991 December - 1992 January

Materials include copies of the serial collected by Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

47 31 Communist Labor Party of the United States of North America, "Support Busing-Not Fascism!" undated
46 8 Communist Party of New York, campaign materials, 1965

Consists of promotional material for Bill Epton's New York State Semate run for thye 31st Senatorial District gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

46 9 Communist Party of New York, Daily World materials, 1975-1975

Material includes an October 1976 issue of the newspapers as well as a pamphlet for the Thomas Nabried Center program in 1975 gathered from Robbyelee Terry's Guild Book Store.

40 54 Concerned Democratic Black Citizens of Philadelphia, brochure, 1972 [?]
12 19 Correctional department news bulletin, "On the Inside," Richmond County (Georgia) Correctional Department, circa late 1960s
40 55 Council of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), resolution in memoriam of Emmett Till, October 13, 1955
44 20 "Equality for All," Republican political broadside, 1920
40 56 "Fact Sheet No. 3 on the Raids and Arrests," 1963
31 22 Flagg, Hon. Lewis S., Program for testimonial dinner in his honor, Bedford Stuyvesant Political League, February 18, 1954
40 5 Frederick County (Maryland) Republican Club, “Mass Meeting at Pythian Castle,” handwritten note on back to garner voter support for Governor Harry W. Nice, no date
40 57 Free Jenkins Committee, "Peace and Freedom for Christmas and the New Year," no date
40 58 Free Jenkins Committee, petition, no date
32 44 Gregory, Dick, "Vote for Dick Gregory for President of the United States of America," advertisement, 1968
12 20 "If Your Son Does not Want to Murder," flyer discouraging black men from fighting abroad, undated
OP6 - Jackson, Jesse, '88, political poster for New York Primary Day, April 19, 1988
48 2 Jackson, Jesse, '88, presidential campaign broadside, 1988
12 21 Jackson, Marion E. Jr., Democratic Primary, flyer, August 13, 1974
OP80 Kenyatta, Mzee Jomo, poster, undated
47 34 Lightfoot, Claude M., Field Secretary, Communist Party, USA, "Centrality of the Struggle for Black Liberation," brochure, circa 1977
OP108 "Malcolm X: The Boston Years," Boston Globe Magazine, February 16, 1992
47 36 Malcolm X on the Democratic Party, pamphlet, 1970
12 22 March for Freedom Now!, call for poster walk and demonstration to end segregation, Democratic Party Convention (Los Angeles, California), July 10, 1960
40 59 McGovern for President Committee, presidential campaign flyer, circa 1972
40 60 Mitchell, Charlene, "The American Working Class and the Black Revolution" (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), no date
OP176 - Mississippi Freedom Labor Union poster, no date
35 29 Monteiro, Anthony, Communist candidate in the 3rd Congressional District, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), circa 1970s
35 36 "Mr. Johnson, you like children, how about helping the children of Biafra," flyer, circa 1968
40 61 National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, 10,000 March on North Carolina flier, 1974
OP167 - National People's Campaign (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), "Stop the Execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal," circa 1980s
OP93 Nelson, David E., campaign poster, "Get it together or Louise will. Nelson for Congress." (Boston, Massachusetts), circa 1970-1971
40 62 Nelson, Wally, Operation Freedom, circa 1960s
40 18 New Jersey State Health Department Negro Health Program and the Community Betterment Club of Red Bank (New Jersey) presents "A Health Program," program, 1941
40 63 New York City Commission on Civil Rights, "Arson, Vandalism, and Other Racially Inspired Violence in New York City: A Study of a New Phenomenon and Recommendations for Action," 1972
47 37 Parker, Albert, "Negroes March on Washington," pamphlet published by the Pioneer Publishers for the Socialist Workers Party, circa 1941
33 35 Pearson, Edwin, "Anatomy of a Shotgun Wedding" (treatise on racial problems), undated
38 39 Pacific Movement of the Eastern World, "Stop! Look! Listen!" broadside, March 3, 1934
44 27 Peace Movement of Ethiopia newsletter, no date
40 64 Philadelphia Committee to Free Angela Davis, "An Open Letter to Black High School Students," March 23, 1971
40 65 Philadelphia Committee to Free Angela Davis, circular correspondence to area churches, May 24, 1971
46 25 Prisoners of War in Amerikkka, newsletter, undated
OP81 Pulley, "Pulley for Vice-President, vote Socialist Workers," poster, Socialist Workers Campaign Committee (New York), 1972
34 26 Oakland-Berkeley Rainbow Coalition (California), pamphlet, circa 1980s
34 22 Rayner, J.B. (John Baptis), flyer, "Attention Republicans and Populists of Jackson County: There will be Public Speaking at Edna on Saturday, October 27th, 1900. Commencing at 12 O'clock M. by J.B. Rayner," (Edna, Texas), 1900 [Rayner was a former slave who led a migration of black farm workers to Robertson County, Texas in 1881.]
40 66 Republican National Committee, "Republican Opportunity-1968," 1968
45 6 Republication National Planning Board, "Address to our Fellow Citizens," 1936
40 67 Robinson, Joseph L., city council campaign flyer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1975
OP182 - San Francisco Poster Brigade, boycott posters against Nestle and Del Monte, circa 1979
40 68 Socialist Workers Party, Linda Jenness and Andrew Pulley campaign brochures, 1972
46 26 Some Reasons Why Negroes Should Vote the Socialist Ticket by A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen of the Independent Political Council, leaflet, undated
47 14 Southern League of Black/Afrikan Organizations (S.I.B.A.O.) work paper, 1977
40 69 Spence, Harold V., state representative campaign flyer, no date
47 11 Support African Liberation Day, pamphlet, 1974
47 12 Support the Black Freedom Movement in the South, United League of Mississippi Fact Sheet, undated
12 23 Survey forms, "A Study in Public Opinion: Racial Attitudes of the Negro," records group responses to each statement, [Ohio], undated
12 24 Tribute to Malcolm X (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?), August 20, undated
40 70 Tucker, C. DeLores, lieutenant governor campaign flyer (Pennsylvania), no date
47 35 Tyner, Jarvis, "New Forms of Racism," pamphlet, 1976
47 33 Tyner, Jarvis, Chair, Legislative and Political Action Commission, Communist Party, USA, "Crime - Causes and Cures," brochure, circa 1994
OP94 United Auto Workers, poster, "UAW Says: Pass a Law - Requiring the Department of Justice to Enforce Justice - through Civil Rights Suits," undated
OP95 United Auto Workers, poster, "UAW Says JOBS and FREEDOM for Every American," poster
40 71 United States Congress, bills to outlaw lynching, January 1937
40 72 United States Senate resolution in memoriam of Emmett Till, October 11, 1955
12 25 Ward, E.A. (Prof.), "William Allen White for Governor. To the Negro Voters of Kansas, 1924 [includes some biographical information about Ward]
40 73 Westside Committee to Free Angela Davis (New York City, New York), "A Dance for Freedom" flier, June 4, [?]
40 74 Williams, Novella, city council campaign flyer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), no date
39 51 Wilson, Thomas P., Jr., campaign pamphlet for Ward Executive Committee urging African Americans to vote for an African American, no date [printed by H. Davis Printing]
OP106 X, Malcolm, Personality Posters (New York), 1967
36 6 Young, Andrew, campaign for Governor of Georgia "blast-off" party invitation, 1990
Other organizations
13 1 351st Field Artillery, A.E.F. 1918, reunion program (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania), August 20-22, 1942
13 2 Abyssinian Development Corporation, 1996 Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment (New York, New York), June 14, 1996
33 42 Afram Associates, Harlem, New York, fliers, 1968-1970
13 3 African-American Historical Association (New York, New York), 34th Annual Luncheon, program, February 13, 1971
41 1 African-American Repatriation Association, "The Case for Repatriation," circa 1969
41 2 African-American Reparation Association, notice of congressional action on HR8965, circa 1970
13 4 African Bibliographic Center (Washington, D.C.), current reading list series announcement, Fall 1973
OP7 African Liberation Day, New York Coordinating Committee (Columbia University, New York, New York), broadside for demonstration in Washington, D.C., May 27, 1972
49 4
37 40 Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum, Black History Month newsletter, February 1982
41 3 Afro-American Industrial Organization Incorporated, flyer, no date
13 5 Afro-American Sons and Daughters, Sixth Annual Report to Grand Lodge Mississippi (Kosciusko, Mississippi), August 19-20, 1931 (by T.J. Huddleston, Custodian)
44 34 American Committee for Cape Verde Inc., Tchuba Newsletter, volume III, number 5, 1978
41 4 The American Society of African Culture, Conference of Negro Writers Invitation, March 1, [?]
OP8 Amilcar Cabral...tell no lies, claim to easy victories, The Struggle will Continue, poster distributed by Unity and Struggle, (Oakland, California), undated
OP88 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, poster, "The Afro-American Family, Historical Strengths for The New Century," 1985
41 5 The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, convention invitation (Atlanta, Georgia), October 1975
41 6 The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Negro History Week flyer, February 7-14, [?]
41 7 The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, program statement, no date
13 6 Atlanta-Tuskegee Club, Recognition Day (Atlanta, Georgia), program, February 24, 1963
13 7 Baltimore Urban League, souvenir program and annual report, 1950
33 41 Black Ecumenical Commission, Boston, Massachusetts, fliers, 1978
33 44 Black Educators' Alliance of Massachusetts, Second Annual Awards Banquet program, June 14, 1980
41 8 Black House, weekly event flier, December 1967
41 9 Black Panther Party, flier advertising where to buy Black Panther literature in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), circa 1970s
41 10 Black United Front of Cairo (Illinois), Cairo Solidarity Rally flier, June 17, 1971
13 8 Black United Front, Zimbabwe Afrikan Union, Black Panther Party, Afrikan Peoples Alliance, and National Black Human Rights Coalition, "Message to the Grassroots, A Gathering in Honor of El Hajj Malik el Shabazz [Malcolm X], Bethlehem Lutheran Community Church (Oakland, California), flyer, May 19, 1980
41 11 Black United Liberation Front, "Don't Be Fooled," circa 1970s
13 9 Booker T. Washington Burial Society, membership certificate, 1930
33 43 Boston Consulate of the Republic of New Africa, fliers, 1970
44 26 Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Report of Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Convention and Nineteenth Anniversary Celebration, September 17-22, 1949
47 26 California Coalition to Free the Pendleton 14, Pendleton Papers 3, circa 1977
47 46 Camp Croft, Historical and Pictorial Review, Camp Croft, South Carolina, 1942
47 24 The Camp Pendleton 14 Solidarity Committee, Free the Pendleton 14, Smash the KKK, newsletter and flyer, circa 1976
48 5 The Caribbean Cultural Center (New York, New York), newsletter, Spring/Summer 1980
44 19 Central District Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Eighteenth Annual Session program (Quincy, Illinois), April 25-26, 1935
13 10 Citizens Committee for a Martin Luther King Holiday, flyer promoting King Day as a national holiday, [1970s]
41 12 Civil Rights Congress, cartoon against Smith Act, circa 1940s
41 13 Civil Rights Congress, "How Safe from a Police Bullet is Your 15-Year-Old?" no date
47 28 Coalition to Defend the October 20th Freedom Fighters, "Demonstrate! Support New Afrikan Freedom Fighters!" undated
41 14 Colored Progressive League of Salamanca (New York) Lincoln Day Dance invitation, February 12, 1931
43 21 Colored Taxicab Drivers Union local #674 (Jacksonville, Florida), resolution in memory of member Alex McCray, no date
13 11 Colored Voters: Read, broadside regarding use of tax funds for Negro education, 1893
41 15 The Committee to Defend Fletcher Mills, correspondence and flyers, 1945, 1952
47 55 Committee to Free the Trenton Six, "Lynching Northern Style," circa 1948
13 12 Committee United for Political Prisoners (San Francisco, California), appeal to free Bobby Seale, April 1970
13 13 Communist League, "Negro National Colonial Question," 1972
34 29 Communist Party, educational bulletin, Negro History Week, 1951
13 14 Communist Party, flyer
41 16 Communist Party of America, booklet, circa 1979
OP162 - Communist Party of America," "Equality: The Unfinished Agenda" broadside, February 20, 1988
41 17 Communist Party of America, "The Negro People in American History," February 1954
35 30 Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, "Pennsylvania in Facts and Figures," volume 1, numbers 2 and 3, 1938
41 18 Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, "Pennsylvania in Facts and Figures," volume 1, numbers 2 and 3, 1938
49 1 The Concerned Citizens Council for Executive Clemency for George E. Harris, Jr. (Rhinebeck, New York), pamphlet, circa 1977
13 15 Congress of African Peoples (Atlanta, Georgia), conference mailing, undated
13 16 Congress of Racial Equality, blank note card
35 31 Congress of Racial Equality, brochure, microfilm collection of the Papers of the Congress of Racial Equality, 1941-1967
13 17 Cotillion Club (Detroit, Michigan), testimonial honoring Allen "Stokey" Dye, program, July 18, 1982
48 38 Detroit Housewives, 16th Anniversary and Founders programs, 1940-1946
13 18 Doubleday, Black Political Power, pamphlet, undated
13 19 "Ethiopia! Ethiopia! Colored People Awake-Awake-Everywhere," broadside by M.L. Deborah, D.D., (Brooklyn, New York), circa 1947
41 19 Families of Smith Act Victims, flier, circa 1950s
13 20 Federal Bureau of Investigation, Wanted Henry Winston, Conspiracy to Advocate the Violent Overthrow of the Government, flyer, July 6, 1951
13 21 Five Hundred Men's Club of the Metropolitan Community Church (Chicago, Illinois), The South Side Business and Professional Men's Review 1935, September 1935
41 20 Fort Wayne Urban League, banquet, Fort Wayne, Indiana, February 2, 1970
41 21 Fort Wayne Urban League, retirement dinner (Wilkerson, Robert E.), November 15, 1967
37 50 Friends' Association for Colored Children, School for Parents, program, May 2, 1950
13 22 Friends of Black Journal, promotional brochure, 1972
13 23 Friends of Liberia, broadside for meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, July 6, 1917
13 24 Georgia Dental Society, Official Program, Third Annual Session, May 14-16, 1940
13 25 Georgia State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, annual convention programs, 1922-1923
41 22 Goodwill Crusade Youth and Adult Council, Inc. (Dallas, Texas), newsletter, circa 1956
13 26 Habari and African Bibliographic Center, letter, [1973]
41 23 Hemispheric Conference to End the Vietnam War, brochure, 1968
13 27 Home Association (Oakland, California), resolutions adopted at annual meetings, 1907-1908
38 26 Illinois Association of Colored Women and Illinois Association of Colored Girls, Forty-fifth Annual Convention, program, June 19-21, 1945
13 28 International Longshoremen's and Warehouse Union, Local 10, membership book and working card, 1944
41 24 July 4th Coalition, brochure, march in Philadelphia, July 4, 1976
47 27 LA Reid: A Bulletin of the Prison Struggle, Summer 1998
46 22 Leonard Street Orphans Home, Atlanta, Georgia, promotional material, undated
35 32 The Lessons from the MOVE Tragedy Committee, invitation to a reception honoring John Edgar Wideman (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), November 21, 1991
41 25 Liberation Committee for Africa, Negro History Week Observance, February 10, 1963
13 29 Liberty House (Jackson, Mississippi), flyer, undated
44 28 Lightfoot Defense Committee, Defense Digest, February 1, 1955
13 30 The Links Incorporated, Oakland Bay Area Chapter, Cotillion program, 1963
32 1 Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation (Daytona Beach, Florida), "Brick upon Brick," brochure, [1953]
41 26 Martin Luther King , Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Justice, federal holiday brochure, no date
13 31 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Center, program at the Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, Georgia), January 9, 1972
33 27 Martin Luther King, Jr. on Meet the Press program, August 21, 1966
47 25 McAfee, Kathy, Black Brothers Have a Better Idea, 1969
13 32 Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 31st Annual Meeting (Indianapolis, Indiana), program, April 28-30, 1938
41 27 Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, D.C.), "Frederick Douglass: A Resource Guide for Young People," October 1982
13 33 Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, D.C.) various printed
34 17 Mothers' Union USA Province, program, The Commissioning of Executive Officers and Council Members, Arlington, Virginia, 2007
44 4 44 4 National Afro-American Council, first annual conference (Chicago, Illinois), banquet card, 1899
13 34 National Alliance of Postal Employees, Golden Anniversary program, August 1963
13 35 National Alliance of Postal Employees New York City and Bronx Branch, Fiftieth Anniversary program, August 19-24, 1963
33 28 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Atlanta Branch, program, January 1, 1940
14 1 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 47th Annual Convention, program, June 26-July 1, 1956
14 2 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Annual Convention (Joliet, Illinois), program, October 23-24, 1954
14 3 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Annual Convention (St. Paul, Minnesota), program, June 21-26, 1960
47 43 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Annual Mass Meeting of the NAACP," flier, 1936 January 5

Flier highlights presentations by Angelo Herndon on Scottsboro and Walter White on the Oppression of the Negro.

14 4 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Bay Area Life Membership Club Annual Banquet (Oakland, California), program, March 13, 1977
14 5 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Black Family Summit," Fisk University, report, May 3-5, 1984
31 24 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Brooklyn Branch, News Bulletin, Volume 1, Number 4, 1963
14 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, certificate of membership for Mrs. Ida M. Jackson (San Francisco), October 11, 1922
14 7 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, constitution, 1985, 1989
14 8 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, constitution and by-laws for branches, 1985, 1987
38 27 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Fight for Freedom," by Langston Hughes, promotional leaflet, circa 1961
43 22 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Florida State Conference of Branches, 33rd annual state convention, program, 1972
14 9 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Hints to NAACP Campaigners, brochure, undated
14 10 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "How to Organize and Conduct a Successful NAACP Membership Campaign," booklet, undated
14 11 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Manual on Branch Election Procedures," booklet, undated [3 versions]
45 20 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, membership flier, "Don't Be a Free Rider!" 1958
14 12 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "NAACP Financial Aid Resources," booklet, 1988
14 13 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, promotional leaflet, 1959
44 36 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, stamps, no date
14 14 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, "Training Manual: The Press Chairman's Importance to the NAACP," booklet, 1989
41 28 National Association of Colored Women, memorandum, National Phillis Wheatley Department, no date
14 15 National Association of Colored Women, "Welcome N.A.C.W. to Fathers' Club Outing at Green Acres Country Club (Saxonville, Massachusetts), broadside, July 28, 1939
14 16 National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Lincoln-Douglass Centennial Program (Washington, D.C.), February 12, 1963
14 17 National Association of Human Rights Workers (Wilmington, North Carolina), membership directory, October 1975
14 18 National Association of Ministers' Wives, 23rd Annual Conference, Spelman College (Atlanta, Georgia), June 25-28, 1963
14 19 National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Highlights of the Proceedings of the Forty-eighth National Convention, August 10-14, 1983
14 20 National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Minutes of the Fifty-third National Convention, July 27-31, 1988
14 21 National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, National Convention (Washington, D.C.), financial report for July 1, 1987-June 30, 1988
14 22 National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Officers' Reports, 1985
14 23 National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, "The Organizer," [1984?]
41 29 National Black Draft Counselors, "Can You Be Black and Navy Too?" no date
41 30 National Committee to Defend Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois and Associates, press release, October 4, 1951
41 31 National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership, "In Defense of Negro Leadership," April 30, 1953
14 24 National Committee to Defend and Support Johnny Coward and Bartee Haile (Houston, Texas), report and pamphlet, 1970
14 25 National Council of Negro Women, 2nd Visual Information Series, "Negro Women in History," program, March 16, 1945 [includes Mary McLeod Bethune]
14 26 National Education Association, 2nd National NEA-PRER Conference on Civil and Human Rights in Education (Washington, D.C.), May 10-11, 1965
32 9 National Negro Congress, Annual program for the Second National Negro Congress, Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 15-17, 1937
41 32 National Negro Labor Council, membership flier, circa 1950s
14 27 National Recreation Association, Bureau of Colored Work, Recreation Institute, promotional leaflet, 1934
14 28 National Save & Change Black Schools Project (Greensboro, North Carolina), flyer and bumper sticker, circa 1973
14 29 National Socialist White People's Party, flyer regarding busing, undated
35 33 National Urban League, "Bibliography on the Negro and National Defense," January 1940-July 1941
35 34 National Urban League, "Four Reasons Why Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life is one of America's distinguished publications…," no date
15 1 National Urban League, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary souvenir booklet, 1935
15 2 National Urban League, Unfinished Second Reconstruction Conference (Washington, D.C.), program, July 22-25, 1973
15 3 National Urban League, "We Shall Overcome," portfolio of graphic collages presented to participants in March on Washington for Freedom and Jobs, August 28, 1963
41 33 National Veterans' Conference for Organization and Action, flier, April, [?]
48 42 Negro History Week, program by C.G. Woodson, undated
47 47 New York Committee for Justice in Freeport, Scottsboro (Long Island), The Story of Murder in Freeport, with a copy of Charles Ferguson memorial laid in, 1946
38 21 New York Urban League, Charity Ball and Concert program, November 14, 1924
32 45 Negro Civic League and Price Post of American Legion No. 107, May 30th Celebration and Business Directory, Program, Livingstone College Park, 1933
44 5 Negro Trade Unionists Committee, fliers, no date
33 29 "Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi," report Mississippi State Legislature Investigating Committee, September 30, 1962
31 14 Old Dominion Medical Society, meeting program, Lynchburg, Virginia, June 13-14, 1950
41 34 Open the Gate Committee, holiday card order form, circa 1971
38 7 Organization Alert Stage III raffle tickets book, 1963
34 4 Organization of Afro-American Unity, Blacklash, bound volume containing mimeograph sheets of all nine issues originally published in 1964, inscribed "To Dan Johnson, 10/6/91, A. Peter Bailey"
41 35 Organization of Afro-American Unity Inc., brochure, no date
15 4 Palmetto Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Association, 60th Annual meeting (Florence, South Carolina), program, April 24-26, 1956
15 5 Pan African Skills Project, recruiting flyer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), [1970s?]
48 3 The Peace Movement of Ethiopia, correspondence on Congressional Record, circa 1965
32 34 Pen and Pencil Club (Washington, D.C.), "Pen and Pencil Pointers," Commemorative edition program, February 1907
41 36 Pennsylvania Civil Rights Congress, "Lynch Day for Fletcher Mills?" flier, June [?]
15 6 People of Color Environmental Groups, directory, 1992
41 37 The Peoples Bicentennial Commission, "Declare Your Independence from Big Business!" July 4, 1976
15 7 Philadelphia Book Club, newsletter, undated
41 38 Philadelphia Committee for the Southern Conference Educational Fund, invitation to meeting honoring Ruby Shuttlesworth, no date
41 39 Philadelphia Congress of Racial Equality, "freedom sticker" flyer, no date
41 40 Philadelphia May Day Committee, "Eye Witness Report from the Fighting South," May 1, [?]
41 41 Philadelphia Social Science Forum, "The New Africa-A Continent in Transition," April 23, 1965
48 6 Pomona (California) Black Awareness Committee, circa 1982
41 42 The Pottstown Plan, "The Pottstown Plan: A First Step," no date
41 43 Progress Plaza (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) dedication, October 27, 1968
15 8 Retired Railroad Men's Club of Northern California, 22nd Annual Banquet, program, November 19, 1977
15 9 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library (New York, New York), various printed
41 44 Simba Division (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), "Kill Brother Kill," no date
35 35 Socialist Party of America, pamphlet, "The Negro and Socialism," by Frank R. Crosswaith, 1920
41 45 Socialist Party of America, "What is Socialism?" no date
15 10 Soul Winners' Institute (Atlanta, Georgia), booklet by John D. Lawrence, co-pastor of the Soul Saving Church of God in Christ, undated
15 11 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, appeal by Martin Luther King, Jr., for funds to support March on Washington, D.C., April 1968
32 23 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, promotional material for King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis film, February 1970
48 1 Southern Regional Council, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, In Memphis: More Than a Garbage Strike by J. Edwin Stanfield, 1968
15 12 Southern Society of Virginia (Richmond, Virginia), A Statute to Define Sick Benefit Insurance, 1909-1910
15 13 Southern Tenant Farmer's Union, edited transcript of tape regarding union history made by STFL co-founder, H.L. Mitchell
15 14 Speakers Bureau of the Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago, 1968-1969 Speakers Booklet, 45th Anniversary Edition, 1968
41 46 Sponsoring Committee for the Monroe Resolution, rally for victims of White Citizens Councils, February 12, 1956
46 17 Springfield Cadets, Company A, 9th Battalion, Ohio National Guard, first public inspection and musical, broadsheet, 1897
34 27 Stalinist Workers Group for Afro-American Liberation and a New Communist International, bulletins 5, 6 and 10, 1970-1971
34 28 Stalinist Workers Group for Afro-American Liberation and a New Communist International, �Toward Victorious Afro-American National Liberation,� 1968
15 15 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, East Bay Friends of SNCC Newsletter, 1967, various reports regarding Selma, Alabama, voter registration efforts, mid 1960s
OP25 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, NOW!, undated
15 16 Students for a Democratic Society, "Black Power and Its Challenges," speech delivered by Stokely Carmichael at Berkeley, California, 1960s
15 17 Texas Negro Peace Officers' Association, souvenir program, Nineteenth Annual Convention [San Antonio], August 17-19, 1954
41 47 Thomas Nabried Center for Marxist-Leninist Education, William Crawford speech, flier, circa 1979
48 7 Unidentified organization, anti-Nation of Islam broadside, undated
15 18 United African Nationalist Movement, "Don't Buy Rheingold Beer Until they Give a Fair Share of the Jobs to Black People," broadside (New York, New York), undated
41 48 United Defense to Free Political Prisoners, "The Plainfield Truth!" circa 1979
15 19 United Negro College Fund, 1947 campaign brochure
OP114 The Universal African Legion, Inc., "Drums Beat Along the Congo," broadside, December 7, 1960
32 46 U.O. True Reformers, Harrisonburg Division, "True Reformers' Rally!" broadside, John Wesley M.E. Church, May 18, 2009
41 49 Urban League of Kansas City, "Adventure in Adoption," February 1952
15 20 Ushers' Literary Association, First African Baptist Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Membership application [for Alfred A. Jackson, Sr.], November 20, 1911
15 21 Women's Division of the Republican State Committee (New York), "Wendell Willkie Talks to Colored Citizens," broadside, September 13, 1940
15 22 WMU Christian Union (Birmingham, Alabama), flier, undated
15 23 Women Strike for Peace, "The Disarmament Coloring Book," circa 1965
41 50 Young, Andrew J., "What is Social Action??" October 26, 1968
44 21 Young Women's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A), Lucy Thurman Branch (Detroit, Michigan) Fall Activities pamphlet, 1937
41 51 Young Workers Liberation League, brochure, 1972
41 52 Young Workers Liberation League, flier, 1979
41 53 Young Workers Liberation League, meeting agenda, December 1, [?]
15 24 Various organizations, flyers
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