Series 4
Subject files
Boxes 11-13

Scope and Content Note

This series includes a variety of printed materials collected by Matt Crawford, including reprints and clippings and miscellaneous reports, leaflets, convention proceedings, flyers and programs from 1932-1980.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
14 1 Alameda County Consumer Affairs Commission
14 2 Alameda County Negro Leadership Conference
14 3 American Committee for Indonesian Independence
14 4 American League Against War and Fascism
14 5 American Veterans Committee, Golden Gate Chapter
14 6 Berkeley politics [folder 1 of 2]
14 7 Berkeley politics [folder 2 of 2]
14 8 Berkeley Planning Commission
14 9 Berkeley Police Department
14 10 Black Leadership Workshop
14 11 Black women
14 12 Blacks, Bay area
14 13 California Credit Union League
14 14 California Labor School
15 1 California Legislative Conference, 1947
15 2 Cayton, Revels
15 3 Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination
15 4 The Chronicle Forum
15 5 Civil rights- South
15 6 Community Council for American Unity
15 7 Congress of Racial Equality
15 8 Cooperatives
15 9 Dellums, Ron
15 10 Discrimination
15 11 DuBois, W.E.B. see also Organizations: Council on African Affairs
15 12 East Bay Council of Arts, Sciences and Professions
15 13 Employment
15 14 Fair employment practices
15 15 The Filipino Patriots Political Society
15 16 Home front Unity Committee [East Bay]
15 17 Housing- California
15 18 Housing- Los Angeles
15 19 Housing- Marin County
15 20 Housing- miscellaneous
15 21 Housing- Oakland
15 22 Housing- San Francisco
16 1 Illinois race riots
16 2 Japanese Americans [1940s]
16 3 Legal case: E.D. Coleman and Ada M. Coleman [1945]
16 4 Legal case: Festus Coleman
16 5 Legal case: Euel Lee [Orphan Jones]
16 6 Legal case: The Sleepy Lagoon Case
16 7 Legal cases: reports regarding various cases [1930s]
16 8 Lynching
16 9 Mailing lists
16 10 Minorities in textbooks
16 11 Mitford, Jessica
16 12 Morale building
16 13 Negro contributions to American life
16 14 Negro education
16 15 Negro history
16 16 Negro History Week
16 17 Negro rights-legislation
17 1 Oakland politics
17 2 Patterson, William L. [folder 1 of 2]
17 3 Patterson, William L. [folder 2 of 2]
17 4 Population changes, San Francisco Bay Area
17 5 Poverty programs
17 6 Progressive organizations, 1940s
17 7 Race relations
17 8 Racism
17 9 Restrictive racial covenants
17 10 Readings on the Negro: annotations of books, periodicals, and pamphlets, 1930s and 1940s
17 11 Readings on the Negro [bibliography from Oakland Public Library, 1960s]
17 12 Readings on the Negro [bibliography from San Francisco Office of the Superintendent]
17 13 Readings on the Negro [bibliography of social studies texts for public school]
17 14 Readings on the Negro ["The Black Man's Point of View, " 1920s]
17 15 Readings on the Negro ["The Negro in American Life Series, Harper Bros."]
17 16 Readings on the Negro ["The Negro in the U.S.," 1944]
17 17 Readings on the Negro [Negro Worker and the War, 1940s]
17 18 Readings on the Negro [Race relations, ca.1940s]
17 19 Readings on the Negro [Recordings: commercial-trade]
17 20 Paul Robeson
17 21 San Francisco Classroom Teachers Association
17 22 Soviet Union
17 23 Urban development
17 24 War Relocation Authority, 1940s
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