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Subseries 5.2
Printed material about the Bond family, 1936-2006
Boxes 59 - 64 and OP12

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of printed material about the Bond family from 1936-2006 and includes conference and event programs highlighting Bond family members' involvement, as well as magazine, journal, and newspaper articles about the Bond family, including Horace Mann Bond, Julia W. Bond, James Bond (1944-), Jane (Bond) Moore, and Julian Bond. It also includes material from Julian Bond's senate, congressional, and presidential campaigns, as well as material from James Bond's (1944-) city council campaigns.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by family member.

Horace Mann Bond
Box Folder Content
59 1 Albany State College, Negro History Week program, February 8, 1965
59 2 All Institute Conference, 21st annual program, October 14, 1961
59 3 American Foundation for Negro Affairs convention program, September 1968
59 4 American Society of African Culture banquet in honor of Sékou Touré program, 1959 [inscribed by Sékou Touré]
59 5 American Society of African Culture third annual conference, "African Unities and Pan-Africanism" program, 1960 [inscribed by Eddie Heywood and annotated by Bond]
59 6 American Society of African Culture, West Africa Center opening dinner program, December 1961 [annotated]
59 7 Association for the Study of Negro Life annual meeting program, October 1969
59 8 Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools conference program, December 1958
59 9 Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists annual meeting program, 1972
59 10 Atlanta University Conference "Black Americans and the Third World" conference program, October 30, 1984
59 11 Atlanta University Conference on African and African-American Studies program, December 1970-1971
59 12 Atlanta University Summer School registration packet, June 1967
59 13 Black American Scholars: A Study of Their Beginnings, promotional flier and order form, 1972
59 14 Black and White, no date [includes information about multiple Bond family members]
59 15 "The Black Scholar and Intelligence Testing: the Case of Horace Mann Bond," Wayne J. Urban, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, October 1989 Wayne J. Urban,
59 16 Black Studies Scholarly Microform Collections catalogue, no date
59 17 Booker Elementary and High School (Barnesville, Georgia) commencement program, 1962
59 18 Citizenship Education Foundation, Focus on Africa Lecture Series program, 1962
OP12 6 Calendar, 1964-1966
59 19 Clark Atlanta University School of Education banquet program, March 1994
59 20 Dedication of W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Park program, October 18, 1969
59 21 DeMolay Consistory Number One Awards Banquet program, 1956
59 22 "Directory of Social Scientists Specializing in African Studies," Ecole Pralique des Haut Etudes, UNESCO, 1963
59 23 "Dr. Einstein Invited," The Lincolnian, April 1946
59 24 Education for Freedom: A History of Lincoln University advertisement, Hourglass, Summer 1972
59 25 Education for Freedom: A History of Lincoln University reviews, 1977
59 26 "Einstein on Race and Racism," no date
59 27 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Negro History Week convocation program, 1961
59 28 Fort Valley State College, 32nd Annual Distinguished Service Awards program, 1971
59 29 Fort Valley State College, 75th Anniversary program, November 1970
59 30 Fort Valley State College, Alumni Banquet program, 1972
59 31 Fort Valley State College, Delta Sigma Theta's Mother's Day program, May 1942
59 32 Fort Valley State College, Horace Mann Bond Building dedication program, 1976
59 33 Fort Valley State College, Hunt-Bond-Troup Memorial Banquet program, November 10, 1978
59 34 Funeral program, December 27, 1972
59 35 Georgia Committee on Teacher Education (GCCTE), Fort Valley State College, October 5-6, 1961
59 36 Georgia Teachers and Education Association, programs, 1961, 1967
59 37 "The Graduate Education of a Black Scholar: Horace Mann Bond and the University of Chicago," History of Higher Education, 1988
59 38 Horace Mann Bond book award, Harvard University, 1999
59 39 Horace Mann Bond Center for Equal Education: University of Massachusetts Amherst, School of Education Alumni newsletter, February 1980
59 40 "Horace Mann Bond's 'Negro Education in Alabama'," History of Education Quarterly, Fall 1987
59 41 "The Horace Mann Bond Papers," The Journal of Negro Education, 1984
59 42 "The Horace Mann Bond Papers: A Guide," University of Massachusetts at Amherst Library, 1982
59 43 Jefferson State Junior College lecture program, October 1969
59 44 Kappa Boule Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Directory, 1969
59 45 Lincoln University, building fund report, 1950(?)
59 46 Lincoln University, "Calendar Notes and Comments," November 1950
59 47 Lincoln University, Class of 1923 reunion booklet, 1943
59 48 Lincoln University, commencement program, June 1946
59 49 Lincoln University, Education for Freedom pamphlet, no date
59 50 Lincoln University, "History and New Design," 1954
59 51 Lincoln University, Homecoming and Dedication Day program, October 1988
59 52 Lincoln University, Ladies Auxiliary Fall Meeting program, 1945-1946
59 53 Lincoln University, "A Tribute to Horace Mann Bond" event flier, February 1997
59 54 The Lincolnette, February 1946
59 55 Macon County Training School (Montezuma, Georgia) commencement program, 1941
59 56 March on Washington Book Store pamphlet, no date
59 57 National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools Annual meeting program, July 1931
59 58 National Freedom Day program, February 1973
59 59 National Youth Administration for Georgia state conference program, May 1940
60 1 "Negro America's Most Exciting Men," Ebony, June 1949
60 2 Newspaper clippings, 1936-1992
60 3 Philander Smith College, Founders' Day Address, March 17, 1964
60 4 Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College Twenty-Third Annual Faculty conference program, September 11, 1961
60 5 Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College, Prairie View Leadership Conference program, 1964
60 6 "A Quintessential American: Horace Mann Bond, 1924-1939," Harvard Educational Review, November 1985
60 7 Republican Party Centennial Program, 1955
60 8 Sierra Leone independence celebration program, 1961 [inscribed by unidentified people]
60 9 Southeastern Education Laboratory Regional Council meeting program, December 1966
60 10 "This Week in Black History," JET, June 1995
60 11 Tougaloo College Club, April Lyceum program, 1932
60 12 Tuskegee Institute, newsletters, 1961
60 13 University of Chicago, One hundred eighty-eighth convocation program, June 11, 1937
60 14 University of Massachusetts at Amherst Library newsletter, May 1980
60 15 "Where Do We Stand?," Sage, 1989
60 16 "World's Oldest Negro University," Ebony, April 1954
60 17 Xavier University, Louia Jones and Camille Nickerson recital program, April 1936
James Bond (1944-)
60 18 "American Music Show" brochure, no date
60 19 King-Kennedy Democratic Club voting flier, no date [with Julian Bond]
60 20 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra party and fundraiser invitation, no date
60 21 Campaign material, 1973, 1981
60 22 Newspaper clippings, 1944-1981
60 23 The Simms-Suckle Circle Pamphlet, September 1, 1966
Julia W. Bond
60 24 Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, "Black Book Collectors" catalogue, March 1984
61 1 Atlanta University Center, "Finding a Way: The Black Family's Struggle for an Education," February 6, 1983
61 2 Atlanta University Center, "Their Memories, Our Treasure: Conversations with African American Women of Wisdom" invitation, 2006
61 3 Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, The Diversified Hexagon, October 1983
61 4 Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library staff directory, 1992
61 5 Atlanta University Department of Sociology, Tribute to W.E.B. Du Bois program, November 5, 1987
61 6 Atlanta University School of Library Service, "Materials by and about Negroes" event program, October 1965
61 7 Atlanta University Summer Convocation, August 1964
61 8 Auburn Avenue Research Library Grand Opening Celebration program, May 1994
61 9 Beta Phi Mu Zeta chapter event programs, 1962, 1969, 1996
61 10 The Chautauqua Circle, yearbooks, brochures and event programs, 1973-2008
61 11 "Conversation with Julia Bond about the Star Creek Papers" flier, September 1997
61 12 First Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) directory, 1991-1992
61 13 Fisk University dance recital program, 1926-1927
61 14 Fisk University commencement newsletter, 1979
61 15 Fisk University, Give Me a Little Date program, 1926
61 16 Fisk University, Three One-Act Plays program, 1928
61 17 Fort Valley State National Alumni Association Annual Recognition Banquet program, April 1987
61 18 Funeral program, November 8, 2007
61 19 "Julia Washington Bond Reflects on Life in Atlanta, Insider's Guide to Greater Atlanta, 1995
61 20 "Local Matron to Study," The Daily Milendian, October 1937
61 21 The Lincolnette, March 1945, 1948
61 22 Morris Brown College (Atlanta, Georgia) W.E.B. Du Bois luncheon program, 1992
61 23 National Medical Association Convention, 75th annual, 1970
61 24 Newspaper clippings, 1973-2007
61 25 Pearl High School commencement program, June 1926
61 26 Spelman College, "Their Images, Their Words: Honoring Women of Wisdom" flier, 2005
61 27 Star Creek Papers, H.A. Hunt Memorial Library event flier, no date H.A. Hunt Memorial Library event flier, no date
61 28 Vagabond Bridge Club programs, invitation, 1979-1980
Julian Bond
61 29 "Ain't It the Truth: Bondin," Atlanta, March 1988
61 30 "Arts Consortium Welcomes Julian Bond," Concerning Arts, June 1979
61 31 "Atlanta Area Students Lay Wreaths on Capital Stairs," JET, July 1960
61 32 Atlanta History Center Elson Lecture, "Dream Boogie: The Triumph of Sam Cook" flier, 2005
61 33 Atlanta University Center Civil Rights Movement Program, November 1990
61 34 Atlanta Workshop in Non-violence (AWIN) newsletter, November 1969
61 35 "Attitudes and Issues Evolving from Julian Bond Vietnam Situations" flier, January 1966
61 36 Auburn Avenue Research Library, "Civil Rights Era" lecture series flier, 1960
61 37 "AUC Civil Rights Protesters Reminisce after 30 Years," The Maroon Tiger (Morehouse College), November 1990 Morehouse College), November 1990
61 38 Biography, 1989
61 39 Black History Month National Public Radio programs, listed in Crossing, 1996
61 40 "Bond Supports NEA Recommendation" press release, July 1986
61 41 British-American-Canadian Association, Elliot/Winant Lecture Fellowship announcement, no date
61 42 Campaign materials, no date
61 43 Center for Contemporary Media, "Memory History Media" program, 1986
61 44 Church of the Redeemer, Carol Holman event invitation, October 1993
61 45 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation awards dinner, September 1993
61 46 Christmas card, no date
OP12 7 Clark Atlanta University, Civil Rights Celebration poster, November 1990
62 1 Clark Atlanta University School of Education newsletter, 1993
62 2 Corcoran Gallery of Art, "Conversation with Julian Bond," event poster, March 1994
62 3 "First Annual TransAfrica Dinner," TransAfrica News Report, Fall 1978
62 4 Fort Valley State University commencement program, June 1995
62 5 Franklin College, Indiana, "The Legacy and Future of the Civil Rights Movement" lecture program, 1995
62 6 Fundraising event invitations, 1986 (?)
62 7 George School (Newtown, Pennsylvania), commencement program, June 1957
62 8 Georgia Service Center for Elected Officials newsletter, April 1971
62 9 "It's Doctor Julian Bond," Equal Opportunity, January 1970
62 10 "Julian Bond and SEF: Cutting Goliaths Off," Ebony, March 1975
62 11 "Julian Bond: Hope for the Future," Ebony, May 1969
62 12 "Julian Bond to Speak at Conference," Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) newsletter, September 1991 and June 1992
62 13 "Julian Bond to Speak at Lincoln University," January 1989
62 14 "Julian Bond Weds D.C. Atty. Pamela Horowitz," Jet, 1990
62 15 Lincoln University Conference on Black History in Pennsylvania program, March 1992
62 16 Lincoln University President's Report, 1970
62 17 Links: Peachtree Beautillion-Cotillion program, 1987
62 18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee, "A Conversation with Julian Bond" event ticket, January 1998
62 19 Minnesota Public Radio, "O Freedom Over Me" event invitation, May 1994
62 20 Mississippi Homecoming, Freedom Summer Revisited program, June 1994
62 21 Morehouse College Commencement program, 1971 [inscribed to Horace from Julian]
62 22 Morehouse College Commencement program, May 2002
62 23 Morehouse Symposium on Black America, first annual program, April 30-May 1, 1973
62 24 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Atlanta Freedom Fund Dinner program, 1976, 1983
62 25 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Atlanta Life Membership Association Luncheon program, June 1983
62 26 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Freedom Fund Dinner 17th annual, 1974 [inscribed to Julia by Maynard Jackson, Hank Aaron, Brock Peters, Jondelle Johnson, Billy Dee Williams, Tom Bradley and others]
62 27 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Freedom Fund Dinner 20th annual, 1977 [inscribed to Julia by Julian Bond, Billy Acron, Benjamin Mays, Hank Aaron, Janet DuBois, Cleaver Little, Isaac Hayes and Benjamin Hooks]
62 28 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Georgia State Conference, October 1976
62 29 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Los Angeles, event program, 1983
62 30 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) National Convention, "Salute to Black History" program, June 1979
62 31 National Civil Rights Reunion program, August 1990
62 32 National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, Bill of Rights dinner program, November 1990
62 33 "Negro Lawmaker's Fight to Keep His Seat," JET, January 1966
62 34 Neighborhood Arts Center, "Selma Revisited" exhibit invitation, December 1984
62 35 New England Circle, Citizen's Roundtable Bulletin, 1996
62 36 Newspaper clippings, 1960-1980
63 1 Newspaper clippings, 1981-1986
63 2 Newspaper clippings, 1987 [1 of 2]
63 3 Newspaper clippings, 1987 [2 of 2]
63 4 Newspaper clippings, 1988-1998
63 5 New York Historical Society Calendar, 1990
63 6 Photo spread, The New Yorker, October 1992
64 1 "The Parable of Julian and John," Atlanta, March 1990
64 2 "Report/Black Vote Loses Cohesion but Gains Sophistication, Clout in Key Areas," National Journal, June 24, 1972
64 3 Save Emily Butler Mass Rally flier, August 25
64 4 Shaker Heights "Fair Housing Month" program, April 1994
64 5 Southern Regional Council (SRC) Annual Meeting packet, 1989
64 6 Southern Regional Council (SRC) Annual Meeting program, November 1993
64 7 Southern Regional Council (SRC) "Power of Film" press release, no date
64 8 "Unheard Voices: Participation in the South's Economy" conference flier, November 1987
64 9 United States Army Missile Command's Black History Month Luncheon program, February 1988
64 10 University of Arkansas Winthrop Rockefeller Distinguished Lecture Series program, December 1986
64 11 University of Virginia, Alderman Library "Southern Elections Fraud: Julian Bond Papers" finding aid, 1992
64 12 University of Virginia event honoring Julian Bond program, April 8
64 13 Untitled article, Georgia Studies Book, undated
64 14 "What Next?," The Washington Post Magazine, June 1987
Jane (Bond) Moore
64 15 Newspaper clippings, 1980-1986
64 16 Spelman College Commencement program, June 1959
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