Subseries 4.1
Essays and articles

By Helen James Chisholm
Box Folder Content
12 8 “Unto the Third and Fourth Generations,” drafts of an autobiography
12 9 Hawaii writings
12 10 Writings on Anna L. James (Helen’s sister)
12 11 “The Negro Woman and Her Achievements,” drafts
12 12 “The Negro Woman and Her Achievements,” notes, correspondence, research
12 13 “Achievements of Negro Women,” published article The Hartford Daily Courant, February 14, 1932
13 1 Essays on various subjects (“The Negro in Boston,” “The Negro in Alabama”)
13 2 Essays on various subjects (Education in the South, Records of St. Helena)
By Frank P. Chisholm
13 3 “Carver Day.” The Hartford Courant, January 6, 1948
13 4 “Letters to the Editor: City’s Carver Day Program,” The Pittsburgh Press, February 6, 1947
13 5 “Letter to the Editor,” The Jewish Criterion, September 30, 1949 (UNCF)
13 6 Miscellaneous. writings
13 7 Reflections on Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, and George Washington Carver
13 8 Tuskegee writings
By Helen E. Chisholm
13 9 “Booker T. Washington: An Interpretation” (Drafts)
13 10 Essays on various subjects (Religion, Philosophy)
By other authors
13 11 Anderson, Mary, “The Negro Woman Worker”
13 12 Beard, Alice, “Help for Children”
13 13 Clisby, Rena Keith, “Canterbury Pilgrims,” two manuscripts
13 14 Philleo, P.C., “Johnathan’s Vision” (poem)
14 1 Porter, Dorothy B., “Early American Negro Writings: A Bibliographical Study,” The Papers of the American Biographical Society vol. 39, 1945
14 2 Thomas, Verne [?], “Writings on Travels to Nova Scotia,” September 9, 1940
14 3 Miscellaneous writings by unnamed authors
Institutions
14 4 Carver Foundation writings
14 5 United Negro College Fund writings
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