Subseries 6.2
Clippings

Box Folder Content
25 8 “Dark Laughter,” cartoon by Ollie Harrington, undated
25 9 “Dr. Booker Washington Listed with World’s Greatest Minds”, undated
25 10 “W.E.B. DuBois, obituary, [1963]
25 11 “Flaming Cross Fails to Halt Wedding of Negro and White,” February 7, 19[?]
25 12 “Former Athlete at Institute Is Awarded Letter,” The Tuskegee Herald, November 18, 1952 [re Frank P. Chisholm]
25 13 “Georgia Documents Auctioned in London,” unidentified source, 1946
25 14 “George Washington Carver,” letter from James Liotta, The New York Times, November 20, 1944
25 15 “Hampton Installs First Negro Head,” The New York Times, October 30, 1949
25 16 “D.F. Houston Dies; Served in Cabinet,” The New York Times, September 3, 1940
OP1 6 "Harvard Commencement Section" [featuring Robert Russa Moton], Boston Evening Transcript, June 20, 1929
25 17 James Pharmacy, Old Seabrook, Connecticut, various clippings regarding history and closing
25 18 Johnson, J.E., obituary, undated
25 19 “The Legacy of Two Visionaries,” The Tuskegee Institute Report, ca. 1965
25 20 “Many Sections Represented at Tuskegee’s Thirty-fourth Conference.” The Montgomery Advertiser, January 29, 1925
25 21 Millie, “Just Thinkin’: Then and Only Then,” The Weirton Daily Times, undated
25 22 Penn School, “Descendants of First Negroes, Now Educated Farm Owners,” Christian Science Monitor, May 20, 1944
25 23 Petry, Ann, miscellaneous clippings, 1990s
25 24 Roberts, Marion A., “Old Publication Tells of Acclaim Won by Negro Singers at Jubilee Concert,” undated
25 25 Steegmuller, Francis, “The Rationalist Lost to the Romantic,” review of The Portrait of Zelide by Geoffrey Scott, undated
25 26 “Tuskegee Cites Saybrook Man in Resolution of Appreciation,” The New Era, April 5, 1972
25 27 “Tuskegee Institute Students, Alumni Celebrate Annual Founder’s Day. The Montgomery Advertiser, April 4, 1938
25 28 The Tuskegee Messenger, March 1943
25 29 The Tuskegee News, Centennial Edition, ca. 1981
25 30 Tuskegee Receives an Extra $500,000, undated
25 31 “United College Fund Launches 1945 Campaign,” The Tuskegee Messenger, June 1945
25 32 “With the Armed Forces,” letter written November 23, 1944
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