Subseries 6.1
Publications

Tuskegee publications
Box Folder Content
19 1 Annual Commencement Exercises, program, May 26, 1958
19 2 Art and Lecture Series, program for “an eighty-fifth anniversary observance,” honoring the memory of George Washington Carver, January 15, 1967
19 3 The Avon Players, announcement for production of “Hamlet,” February 2, [?]
19 4 Booker T. Washington, biographical information, undated
19 5 Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial, information leaflets, undated
19 6 Booker T. Washington, commemorative coins, promotional flyers, undated
19 7 “Brief Facts about Commercial Dietetics and the Cafeteria,” undated
19 8 Brochure No. 2, “A Brief Sketch of the Development of Tuskegee Institute,” revised June 1940
19 9 Calendar of events, March 15, 1953
19 10 Campbell, Thomas Moore, The Movable School Goes to the Negro Farmer, Tuskegee Institute Press, promotional flyer featuring reviews, ca.1936
19 11 Campus Chats, vol. X, no. 3, March 1956
19 12 Campus Chats, vol. XXI. No. 10, November 1968
19 13 Carver Art Collection, catalog, October 15, 1941
19 14 Carver Day Exercises, program for service marking the first day of issue of commemorative stamp honoring George Washington Carver, January 5, 1948
19 15 “Carver of Tuskegee,” classroom materials prepared for Service Bureau for Intercultural Education by Rose Nelson
19 16 Carver Research Foundation, Three-Year Report, 1963-1966, Bulletin, vol. LX, no. 1, February, 1967
19 17 Carver, George Washington, Bibliography: Books and Periodicals Dealing with the Life and Work of Dr. George W. Carver
19 18 Carver, George Washington, interview questions for KDEA broadcast regarding George Washington Carver celebrations, interviewees: Dr. Alma Illery, Frank Chisholm, David L. Lawrence, Matthew Neely, President Hill of Wilberforce University, January 4, 1948
19 19 Carver Seal Committee, corporate resolution and instruction sheet for representatives selling George Washington Carver Christmas seals, ca. 1946
19 20 Carver Seal Committee, general information, undated
19 21 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. VII, no. 31, April 28, 1940
19 22 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. X, no. 27, April 4, 1943
19 23 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XII, no. 20, February 11, 1945
19 24 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXVII, no. 8, November 8, 1959
19 25 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXI, no. 18, February 16, 1964
19 26 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXI, no. 20, March 1, 1964
19 27 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXI. no. 26, April 26, 1964
19 28 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXII, no. 23, April 4, 1965
19 29 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXIII, no. 5, October 24, 1965
19 30 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXIII, no. 10, December 5, 1965
19 31 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXIII, no. 11, December 12, 1965
19 32 The Chapel Bulletin 1964-1965, [incomplete], ed. by Daniel W. Wynn, Chaplain
19 33 The Chapel Bulletin, vol. XXXIII, no. 12, January 9, 1966
19 34 Choir, program for performance of “Sabat Mater” by Anton Dvorak, assisted by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, April 9, 1950
19 35 Choir, program for undated concert
19 36 Choir, promotional flyer for appearance on the Charlie McCarthy Show, February 5, 1950
19 37 Darnaby, R.S., letter to members of the class of 1903, including list of class members, June 18, 1953
19 38 Division of Public Relations, “Daily Activity Sheet,” vol. III, no. 115, April 24, 1957
19 39 Division of Public Relations, “Daily Activity Sheet,” vol. IV, no. 128, May 27, 1958
19 40 “Dr. Carver Hailed as One of the Greatest and Best Men of All Time by Rotarians,” reprint of editorial from Tuskegee News, January 14, 1943
19 41 Employment Authorization and Contract for Non-Faculty Employees, Frank P. Chisholm, Field Secretary, February 20, 1948
19 42 Exercises honoring the Classes of 1901 and 1911, program, November 18, 1951
19 43 Exercises honoring the Trustees and Class of 1823, program, April 3, 1937
19 44 “Facts of Interest about Dr. George Washington Carver,” brochures, July 1937 and February 1940
19 45 Farm and Home Week, January 14-21, 1948; Annual Farmers Conference, January 21, 1948, program
19 46 Fiftieth Anniversary, railroad rate promotion offered by Railroads of Southeastern Territory, flyer, ca. 1931
19 47 Food Show [seventh annual], Nutrition Institute, Buyers Conference, March 27-28, 1952, promotional poster
19 48 Food Show and Nutrition Institute, program cover, April 6, [ ? ]
19 49 Founder’s Day Activities, April 10-12, 1942, schedule of events
19 50 Founder’s Day Exercises, April 7, 1940, program
19 51 Founder’s Day Exercises, April 4, 1943, program
19 52 General Alumni Association, Program: 36th Annual Meeting of the Tuskegee Institute, April 3, 1943 [one sheet]
19 53 “George Washington Carver: South’s Greatest Agricultural Scientist,” biographical information and bibliography of writings by Carver
19 54 The George Washington Carver Foundation, Annual Report, 1940-1947
19 55 The George Washington Carver Foundation, Annual Report, 1949-1950
19 56 The George Washington Carver Foundation, Annual Report, 1950-1951
19 57 The George Washington Carver Foundation, miscellaneous brochures regarding work of the foundation, 1940s
19 58 Imes, G. Lake, “The Chancel Windows: An Interpretation,” address delivered at the reopening of the chapel at Tuskegee Institute in April, 1933, published by Tuskegee Press, 1934
19 59 Infantile Paralysis Center, brochure, undated
19 60 “The Infantile Paralysis Fight at Tuskegee,” pamphlet published by The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, ca. 1945
20 1 Memorandum to Non-Faculty Employees of Tuskegee Institute regarding salary, benefits, tenure, February 23, 1948
20 2 Miscellaneous printed materials relating to the history, programs, purpose of Tuskegee Institute, various dates
20 3 Moton, Robert Russa, memorial service, December 6, 1959, program
20 4 Moton, Robert Russa, memorial service, December 8, 1963, program
20 5 New York Tuskegee Alumni Association, Founder’s Day Exercises [twenty-first, in memory of Dr. Booker T. Washington], April 2, 1939
20 6 New York Tuskegee Alumni Association, Founder’s Day Exercises [twenty-eighth, in memory of Booker T. Washington], w/ holograph notes, April 16, 1944
20 7 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. I, no. 2, July 1950
20 8 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. I, no.11, April 1951
20 9 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. II, no. 4, October 1951
20 10 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. II, no. 7, December 1951
20 11 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. II, no. 10, March 1952
20 12 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. IV, no. 6, November 1953
20 13 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. IV, no. 11, April 1954
20 14 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. V, no. 8, January 1955
20 15 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VI, no. 7, December 1955
20 16 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VI, no. 9, February 1956
20 17 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VII, no. 6, November 1956
20 18 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VII, no. 7, December 1956
20 19 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VII, no. 8, January 1957
20 20 News of Tuskegee Institute, vol. VII, no. 9, February 1957
20 21 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., program for awards service, January 9, 1966
20 22 President’s Annual Report, 1936-1937
20 23 President’s Annual Report, 1943-1944
20 24 President’s Annual Report, 1944-1945
20 25 President’s Annual Report, 1947-1948
20 26 President’s Annual Report, 1950
20 27 President’s Annual Report, 1951-1952
20 28 President’s Annual Report, 1955-1956
20 29 President’s Annual Report, 1959-1960
20 30 President’s Annual Report, 1963-1964
20 31 President’s Annual Report, 1964-1965
20 32 Press release regarding the death of Dr. George Washington Carver, January 5, 1943
20 33 Principal’s Annual Report, 1918
20 34 Printed envelopes, undated
20 35 Program Study Newsletter, vol. II, no. 9, March 1, 1957
20 36 Promotional catalog, including photographs of the campus, [1929]
20 37 Rahn, Muriel, press book, 1943
20 38 Report of Work Done in the North, September 21, 1940
20 39 Report of Work Done in the North, October 4, 1941
20 40 Report of Work Done in the North, January 6, 1951
20 41 Report of Work Done in the North, June 10, 1951
20 42 Report of Work Done in the North, December 27, 1954
20 43 Report of Work Done in the North, March 15, 1957
20 44 Report of Work Done in the North, February 15, 1964
20 45 Report of Work Done in the North, May 30, 1964
21 1 Report, “Race Relations in the South-1957,” January 15, 1958
21 2 Report, “Race Relations in the South-1958,” January 15, 1959
21 3 Report, “Race Relations in the South-1959,” January 23, 1960
21 4 Report, “Race Relations in the South-1963,” March 12, 1964
21 5 The Retirement Plan, October 27, 1950
21 6 Service, vol. VI. No. 9, April 1940
21 7 Service, vol. VII. No. 7, February 1943
21 8 Service, vol. VII. No. 10, May 1943
21 9 Service, vol. XI. No. 11, June 1947
21 10 Service, vol. XII. No. 5, December 1947
21 11 “Training for National Defense,” brochure, undated
21 12 Tuskegee Alumni News Briefs, vol. II, no. 1, August 1946
21 13 Tuskegee Alumni News Briefs, vol. II, no. 6, July 1947
21 14 The Tuskegee Institute Bulletin (pictorial edition), 1939
21 15 The Tuskegee Institute Bulletin, (catalog edition, 1941-1942), vol. XXXV, no. 2, April, 1941
21 16 Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Experimental Station, Bulletin, no. 32, Carve, G.W., “Three Delicious Meals Every Day for the Farmer,” 1916
21 17 The Tuskegee Student, vol. XXIII, no. 14, April 8, 1911
21 18 “Tuskegee’s Service in National Recovery,” 1935
21 19 Unidentified program [incomplete], undated
21 20 Unidentified weekend program, notes regarding activities, undated
21 21 United States General Hospital for Negro Ex- Service Men, dedicatory exercises, program [photocopy], February 12, 1923
21 22 United States Post Office, Dedication Ceremony for the New Tuskegee Institute Post Office, program, [incomplete?], October 11, 1959
21 23 United States Savings Bonds, Frank Chisholm, list, January 9, 1953
21 24 Washington, E. Davidson, compiler, Booker T. Washington Quotations, Tuskegee Institute Press, 1938
Hawaii publications
22 1 Course of Study for Elementary Public Schools of Hawaii, 1899
22 2 De La Vergne, Geo. H., Hawaiian Sketches, 1898
22 3 The Handicraft, Commencement, 1913
22 4 Hawaiian tourist information, undated
22 5 “Lecture on Hawaii,” James A. Rath on the physical, racial and social conditions in the Pacific Territory, clipping, undated
22 6 “Hawaii’s Young Ones,” Hartford Courant, January 1903
22 7 “Help for Children” undated clipping reprinting circular by Alice Beard
22 8 “Kamehameha Schools: General Information,” undated
22 9 The Kamoli, (Yearbook of Kamahameha Schools), vol. VI, 1929
22 10 Maile Lehua, vol. II, no. 4, January-February 1903
22 11 Maile Lehua, vol. II, no. 5, March 1903
22 12 Maile Lehua, vol. II, no. 6, May 1903
22 13 Memoir of Keopuolani: Late Queen of the Sandwich Islands, 1825
22 14 Oceanic Steamship Co.: passenger list (including Miss James), June 15, 1904
22 15 Printed postcard booklet, undated
22 16 Report of Kona Orphanage: from December 1, 1899 to June 30, 1904, 1905 (Photo of Alice Beard included)
Hampton Institute publications
23 1 Appeal for financial contributions, leaflet, ca. 1949
23 2 The Hampton Album, 1966
23 3 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, letter to the membership, December 1, 1918
23 4 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, letter to the membership, October 1944
23 5 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, letter to the membership, November 10, 1945
23 6 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, letter to the membership, November 15, 1952
23 7 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, meeting notice, October 27, 1919
23 8 The Armstrong League of Hampton Workers, November 25, receipts for membership dues, 1919 and November 14, 1921
23 9 Booklet regarding Hampton and Tuskegee Institutes, incomplete, undated
23 10 Greeting card, undated
23 11 The Hampton Bulletin, January 1951
23 12 The Hampton Bulletin, May 1946
23 13 The Inauguration of Alonzo Graseano Moron, educational conference program, October 27-29, 1949
23 14 The Inauguration of Alonzo Graseano Moron, program, October 27-29, 1949
23 15 List of graduates from 1899-1904
23 16 Receipts, 1899-1900
23 17 Hampton Norman and Agricultural Institute, Thirty-fourth Anniversary graduation program, April 23, 1902
23 18 Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Thirty-ninth Anniversary Day Exercises, program, May 2, 1907
23 19 Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Christmas letter from Principal, James E. Clegg, December 15, 1918
23 20 Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, promotional material including photograph of the church and academic hall from the water, undated
General publications
23 21 Alabama State College, memorandum re Summer Quarter Faculty Service, January 20, 1953
23 22 The Amistad Research Center brochure, undated
23 23 The Atlantic Monthly, letter from office of the editor, undated
23 24 Beard, August F, The Story of the Amistad, undated
23 25 Bibliography of texts concerning The Negro, February 27, 1932
23 26 Bond and Stamp Committee, Bond and Stamp Rally among Negroes, program, April 17, 1943
23 27 Boyer, Chas. H. “The Fortieth Anniversary of Chas. H. Boyer” Saint Augustine’s College, invitation signed by Boyer, May 26, 1936
23 28 Brenner, I. C. “The American Scene, ‘Native Sons,’” February 26, 1943
23 29 Capen, Erdix, “Monson Mask-Maker, Master of Ancient Artistry, Halts Fleeting Moods and Gives Them Permanence,” The Springfield Union, April 17, 1936
23 30 Clark, Glenn, The Man Who Talks with the Flowers, 1939
23 31 Connecticut F.E.P.C. Committee, letter, undated
23 32 “Connecticut Honors,” local newspaper clipping, undated
23 33 Corbett, Robert J. “The Saintly Scientist, George Washington Carver,” reprinted from Congressional Record, 80th Congress, first session, 1947
23 34 Cornell University, “Circular of Information,” October 1904.
23 35 Cornell University, “Cornell to Mark Founders Birth” The New York Times, December 2, 1956.
23 36 Creativity and the Negro, Rockford College Festival of the Arts, program, March 3-7, 1965.
23 37 Dixie Handbook, Second Quarter promotional leaflet, 1947
23 38 Duquesne University, Assembly honoring the memory of George Washington Carver, program, January 20, 1948
23 39 Florida A. and M. College, “Annual Piano Forte Recital,” program, May 23, 1912
23 40 Florida A. and M. College, “An Evening with the Latin Writers,” program, May 20, 1912
23 41 Florida A. and M College, “Commencement Day,” May 29, program 1912
23 42 Florida A. and M. College, “Prize Declamation Contest,” program, May 24, 1912
23 43 Florida State Normal and Industrial School, “Lincoln Centenary,” program, February 12, 1909
23 44 Grace Episcopal Church, “A Service of Thanksgiving and Rededication,” program, July 23, 1950
23 45 Graves, Anna. “Book Reviews and Comments on ‘Benvenuto Cellini Had No Prejudice Against Bronze,’” undated
23 46 Graves, Anna. “Both Deeper than and Above the Melee: Letters from Europeans,” promotional material, ca. 1945
23 47 Holt, Rackman, promotional material for George Washington Carver
23 48 Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowships 1940, promotional material
23 49 Howard University, 70th Annual Commencement, June 9, 1939 (Helen E. Chisholm’s graduation)
23 50 Hunter, J. H. Saint, Seer, and Scientist (story of George Washington Carver), 1942
23 51 Jaraboro, Caterina. Carnegie Hall program, February 6, 1944
23 52 Johnson, Robert B. and Edith Washington Hughes, wedding description, June 1964
24 1 Kitrell, Norman S. “Old ‘Miss’ and ‘Mammy,’” address delivered on Memorial Day, First Presbyterian Church, Houston, Texas, April 26, 1924
24 2 Livingstone College, The Price Memorial Campaign for Livingstone College, undated
24 3 “Mother Bloor: the Spirit of ‘76” by Ann Barton, 1937
24 4 Robert R. Moton Memorial Foundation, report, October 20, [ ? ]
24 5 National Achievement Clubs, Inc. and Housewives Cooperative Guild, George Washington Carver Week, souvenir program, January 4-10, 1948
24 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Anti-lynching Statement from Walter White, April 2, 1937
24 7 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, membership information, 1919
24 8 National Theater, “Shakespeare’s Chronicles: Five Kings,” program, March 13, 1939
24 9 Negro Digest, January 1947
24 10 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. IX. No. 8, May 1946
24 11 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XIII. No. 3, December 1949
24 12 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XIV. No. 2, November 1950
24 13 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XIV. No. 3, December 1950
24 14 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XIV. No. 5, February 1951
24 15 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XVI. No. 7, April 1953
24 16 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XVII. No. 1, October 1953
24 17 The Negro History Bulletin. vol. XVIII. No. 7, April 1955
24 18 Newton, Rev. Willoughby. Speech given at the dedication of the Administration Building of the Wykeham Rise School, February 8, 1964
24 19 Northwestern University on the Air: Of Men and Books vol. 2, no. 35, June 5, 1943 [transcript of radio discussion “American Science in Wartime”]
24 20 "One Hundredth Anniversary-Elizabeth Smalls Bampfield,"1958
24 21 Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, Spring 1946
24 22 Penn School, General facts concerning the Penn School, undated
24 23 The Pine Torch, vol. 25, No. 1, January-March 1963
24 24 Philharmonic Concerts, 1965-1966, Kansas City Philharmonic program guide
24 25 Proclamation, Booker T, Washington Day, Birmingham, Alabama, September 7, 1945
24 26 Public Welfare Report, 1940
24 27 References to reports and articles regarding Negroes published by the United States Department of Labor, ca. 1919-1936, list
24 28 Julius Rosenwald Memorial Meeting, program, February 7, 1952
24 29 Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross, bylaws, August 1957
24 30 Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross, manual, 1909 [2 copies]
24 31 Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross, Report of Special Study Committee, March 1955
24 32 The Southern Workman, vol. LXIV, No. 7, July 1935
24 33 The Southern Workman, vol. LXIV, No. 9, September 1935
24 34 Robinson, C. Harvey. Field Work, undated
24 35 “Suggestions to White Americans Who Want to Improve Race Relations,” carbon typescript, June 3, 1963
24 36 Teachers’ Opinions Concerning Negro Education, questionnaire used at Vanderbilt University, ca. 1932
24 37 Treble Clef Club, Inaugural Musical Reception, program, January 20, 1957
24 38 Thomas, Verne. “How to Use Stone-Ground Flour,” 1956
24 39 Towne, Laura M. “Pioneer Works on the Sea Islands,” Reprinted from The Southern Workman, July, 1901
24 40 United Negro College Fund, Campaign Committee, The Chairman, fund raising manual, undated
24 41 United Negro College Fund, information booklet, March 1954
24 42 United Negro College Fund, miscellaneous printed material, undated
24 43 United Negro College Fund, “Much with Little,” promotional booklet, undated
24 44 United Negro College Fund, “Only a Hope a Hundred Years Ago, 1949
24 45 United Negro College Fund, program for public meeting at Hillhouse High School Auditorium, held in the interest of the fund, May 31, 1945
24 46 United Negro College Fund, report from Fund chairman, John S. Suman, undated
24 47 “Unsung Americans Sung,” programs, typescripts, December 3-4, 1906
24 48 United States Congress (79th), House of Representatives, Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures, hearings on H.R. 6528, [a bill to authorize the coinage of 50-cent pieces to commemorate the life and perpetuate the ideals and teachings of Booker T. Washington], 1946
24 49 United States Congress (81st), House of Representatives, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, hearings on H.R. 3296 and H.R. 6034, [bills providing for the establishment of a veterans’ hospital for Negro veterans at the birthplace of Booker T. Washington in Franklin County, Virginia], 1949
25 1 University Place Book Shop, “The Negro and Slavery,” catalog, undated
25 2 University Place Book Shop, List no. 48, pt. 2, “The Negro” undated
25 3 University Place Book Shop. List no. 48, no. 5, “The Negro,” undated
25 4 Unveiling Ceremony of Portraits of the Recorders of Deeds of the District of Columbia, program December 15, 1936
25 5 Value comparisons of various farming items operated by Negroes and Whites in Alabama and Macon County, tables, 1929-1930s
25 6 Waring, Laura Wheeler. Art exhibition of paintings, Howard University Gallery of Art, catalog, May-June 1949
25 7 White Citizens Council, “Thoughts of a White Citizens Council Member,” unidentified letter to Charles G. Gomillion of Tuskegee Institute w/response from Gomillion, February 26, 1959
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