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Subseries 5.1
Printed material by the Bond family, 1924-1996
Boxes 57 - 58 and OP 105

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of printed material by the Bond family from 1924-1996, including Horace Mann Bond, Julia W. Bond, and their children, James Bond, Jane Bond Moore, and Julian Bond. The subseries primarily includes reprints of Horace Mann Bond's published articles and speeches, clippings of Julian Bond's newspaper and magazine articles, and clippings of James Bond's newspaper and newsletter articles. There is a smaller amount of material present by Julia W. Bond and Jane Bond Moore.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by family member.

Horace Mann Bond
Box Folder Content
57 1 "A Century of Negro Higher Education," A Century of Higher Education, no date
57 2 "Around the Country with Our Schools," unidentified publication, no date
57 3 "Around the Country with Our Schools: Accredited Colleges," The Memphis World, newspaper clipping, 1933
57 4 "A Self-Study of the School of Education, Atlanta University," 1967
57 5 "Beware of Back Slapping Orators Who Talk About Great Progress We've Made," The Afro-American, newspaper clipping, 1933
57 6 "Education for Political and Social Responsibility: Its Natural History in the American College," The Journal of American Negro Education, Spring 1947
57 7 "Education for Production: A Textbook on How to Be," 1944
57 8 "Historian's History," Phylon, 1962
57 9 "How Beta Kappa Chi Began," Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Society Newsletter, January 1944
57 10 "Inaugural Address" at Lincoln University, June 4, 1946
57 11 "The Influence of Personalities on the Public Education of Negros in Alabama," The Journal of Negro Education, January 1947
57 12 "James Hardy Dillard: A Southern Gentleman," address at Dillard University, October 1956
57 13 "The Liberal Arts College for Negros: A Social Force," address at the University of Louisville Municipal College Centennial celebration, April 1937
57 14 "Negro Attitudes Toward Jews," Jewish Social Studies, January 1965
57 15 "A Negro Looks at His South," Harper's Monthly Magazine, no date
57 16 "New England Mission for Black Freedom," New South, July-August 1963
57 17 "Observations on Education in British West Africa," The Educational Record, April 1950
57 18 "The Origin and Development of the Negro Church-related College," The Journal of Negro Education, Summer 1960
57 19 "Remarks on the Occasion of the Funeral of Dr. Wright," The Lincolnette, January 1946
57 20 "Review of A History of Sierra Leone by Christopher Fyfe," 1963
OP105 Review of "Whither Democracy?," American Journal of Sociology, July 1927
57 21 "Schoolmasters Who Have Held Unique Places," unidentified newspaper clipping, no date
57 22 "Should the Negro Care Who Wins the War?," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September 1942
57 23 "A Study of Factors Involved in the Identification and Encouragement of Unusual Academic Talent Among Underprivileged Populations," January 1967
57 24 "Two Racial Islands in Alabama," The American Journal of Sociology, January 1931
57 25 "Wasted Talent," The Nation's Children Volume II: Development and Education, 1960
57 26 "What the Army 'Intelligence' Tests Measured," Opportunity, July 1924
57 27 "Where Do We Stand?," 1960
James Bond (1944-)
57 28 Fourth District Newsletter, 1975-1976
57 29 "Interracially Speaking," Herald Post (Kentucky), 1928
57 30 Newspaper clippings, 1977-1978
57 31 "To the Editor," The Reporte, June 1963
Julia W. Bond
57 32 "Negro History Began in Africa," letter to the editor, Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 14, 1968
Julian Bond
58 1 "'91 Civil Rights Act Is Not a Cure-All, But Pass It Anyway," no date
58 2 "Address," National Urban Coalition, Steering Committee meeting, December 1969
58 3 "Black Lawyer in Alabama," The Christian Science Monitor, August 24, 1990
58 4 "The Civil Rights Act: White Men's Hope," The New York Times, June 24, 1990
58 5 "Civil Rights in the Popular Culture," Southern Changes, Spring 1992
58 6 Civil Rights Memorial, dedication speech (Montgomery, Alabama), November 5, 1989
58 7 "Color Blindness," The Nation, August 1990
58 8 "Dirty Laundry Behind a Fence," book review of The Content of Our Character, Southern Changes, January 1991 Southern Changes, January 1991
58 9 District 111 Newsletter, number 1-70, no date
58 10 "Dr. King's Unwelcome Heirs," The New York Times, 1988
58 11 "Du Bois Revisited," Crisis, April 1980
58 12 Endorsement for Sam Nunn, August 29, 1972
58 13 "Family Argument, Public Concern about the NAACP," The New York Amsterdam News, March 21, 1992
58 14 "Frozen North" The Lincoln University Actors Studio, program, September 8, 1956
58 15 "Has Racial Isolation Eased 37 Years After Brown?," Los Angeles Times, April 5, 1991
58 16 "Historical Perspectives on Fair Housing," John Marshall Law Review, 1996
58 17 "History, Hope and Heroes," Southern Changes, Winter 1993
58 18 "How the Draft Dodged Me," The New York Times, February 15, 1992
58 19 "How Would Alabamians Like It if the Shoe Were on the Other Foot?," Birmingham News, October 27, 1992
58 20 "Julian Bond Addresses the Fair Lending Seminar," Profitwise, December 1994
58 21 "Kennedy Revered in Homes, Hearts," The Atlanta Journal Constitution, November 21, 1993
58 22 "Letter to the Editor," The Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 30, 1983
58 23 "Letter to the Editor," Creative Loafing, 1989
58 24 "Luncheon Address," American University Law Review, October 1944
58 25 "Moving Up Last?," Harpers, February 1987
58 26 "NAACP Judged Thomas by His Character, Not by the Color of His Skin," no date
58 27 News from District 39, 1970, 1975
58 28 Newsletter from Georgia House of Representatives, February 29, 1970
58 29 Newspaper clippings, 1979-1995
58 30 "Personality or Policy Crisis?," New York Newsday, February 28, 1992
58 31 "A Perspective on the Present Status of Diversity in the United States," William Mitchell Law Review, volume 17, number 2, 1991 [reprint]
58 32 "Perspectives of the Chairman," The New Crisis, July 1988
58 33 "Putting the Spin on the N.A.A.C.P.", The New York Times, February 27, 1993
58 34 "Reconstruction and the Southern Movement for Civil Rights--Then and Now," Teachers College Record, Winter 1991
58 35 "Revisiting Landmark Decision," Los Angeles Times, April 5, 1991
58 36 "Rhodesia's New Government," April 30, 1979
58 37 "Some Questions for Examining Pennsylvania's Black History," Pennsylvania Heritage, 1994
58 38 "Speaking Up," Los Angeles Times, no date
58 39 "An SRC Roundtable Talk," Southern Changes, June 1990
58 40 "Wake Up Everybody!," Race and Democracy Newsletter, 1995
58 41 "We Have Realized Only Half of 'Dream,'" Atlanta Journal Constitution, April 4, 1993
58 42 "What Next?," Pennsylvania Gazette, March 1979
Jane Bond Moore
58 43 "Speaking of Mothering," Essence, May 1976
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