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Subseries 9.7
General, 1903-1989
Boxes 110 - 112; OP 85 - 87

Scope and Content Note

The subseries contains printed material collected by Dawson. It includes articles, speeches, brochures, and postcards concerning African American music and prominent African Americans such as Aaron Douglas, Roland Hayes and Ralph Ellison. The subseries also contains yearbooks from Lincoln High School in Kansas City, Missouri, depicting Dawson and Aaron Douglas.

Box Folder Content
110 1 Articles concerning African American music
110 2 Articles concerning African American music
110 3 Articles concerning African American music
110 4 Articles concerning African American music
110 5 Adams, Alton Agustus
110 6 Anderson, Marian
110 7 Anderson, TJ
110 8 Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, "Armstrong's Ideas on Education for Life," Hampton Institute, 1936
110 9 Baker, Josephine, publicity booklet
110 10 Barnett, Claude A. and Etta Moten Barnett, "A West African Journey," 1947
110 11 Beard, Augustus Field, "The Story of the Amistad," American Missionary Association
110 12 Black American Music Symposium, University of Michigan School of Music, 1985
110 13 Black Music Research Newsletter, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1977-1979
110 14 Black Music Research Newsletter, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, 1985-1986
110 15 Boatner, Edward
110 16 Boatner, Edward H. "Introduction to Voice Culture" [inscribed to WLD]
110 17 Bowles, Frederick G. "Poems," 1984[?]
110 18 Brave, Benjamin. "Invocation at the Unveiling of the Monument," September 3, 1932 [includes handwritten note addressed to WLD]
110 19 Butcher, Harold, "The Negro as Musician"
110 20 Carver, George Washington
110 21 Center for Black Music Research brochure, 1989[?]
110 22 Center for Black Music Research brochure
110 23 Center for Black Music Research Digest, 1988
110 24 Chenault, John W. "Concerns of a Continent: A Negro Speaks,"
110 25 Civic Music Association of Chicago, "Children's Choruses, 1925-1926"
110 26 Clay, Lucius D., 85th Anniversary Dinner of the Tuskegee Institute, 1966
110 27 Cole, Florence
110 28 Congressional Record [commemorating the 75th anniversary of Tuskegee Institute], April 11, 1956
110 29 Crump, Walter Gray, "Golden Anniversary Poem to William Harvey King," 1932 [inscribed to WLD]
110 30 Cumberland Forest Festival, 1951
110 31 Dawson, William L. [Congressman], Tuskegee Institute Founders Day Address, 1951
110 32 Dett, Nathaniel
110 33 Douglas, Aaron
110 34 Down Home [contains articles on Tuskegee Institute], Spring 1981
111 1 Ellison, Ralph
111 2 Ellison, Ralph
111 3 Ellison, Ralph, "A Rejoinder," [undated] and Irving Howe, "A Reply to Ralph Ellison," [undated]
111 4 Ellison, Ralph, "It Always Breaks Out," Partisan Review, Spring 1963
111 5 Ellison, Ralph "Commencement Address to the Curtis Institute of Music, 1975 [inscribed]
111 6 Ellison, Ralph "The Little Man at Chehaw Station," The American Scholar, 1977
OP85 Esquire's Jazz Book, 1945
111 7 Feldman, Eugene. "James T. Rapier: Negro Congressman from Alabama," Southern Newsletter, undated
111 8 Florida A and M University, "FAMU Spirit," undated
111 9 Ford Sunday Evening Hour, programs, December 1936-May 1937
111 10 Foster, L.H., "Tuskegee Institute 85th Anniversary Dinner Speech," 1966
111 11 Gallagher, Buell G. "Across a Perilous Terrain," 1956
111 12 Greene, John M. "Happy Wedlock or Things that Make a Good Husband and a Good Wife," 1903 [inscribed by A. Robinson and A. Davis]
111 13 Harriston, Jester
111 14 Hayes, Roland
111 15 Hill, Alex
111 16 Holland, Charles
111 17 Hornbostel, E.M. "African Negro Music," (reprint from Africa, vol. 1, no. 1), [1928?]
111 18 Imes, G. Lake, "The Road Up from Slavery," speech at the dedication of the Booker T. Washington Memorial Highway, 1953
111 19 "In Fact: An Antidote for Falsehood in the Daily Press," vol. VIII, No. 11 (December 20, 1943)
111 20 Johnson, W. Bishop., "Address in introducing Dr. Booker T. Washington at the National Baptist Convention, Nashville, Tennessee," 1913 [photocopy]
111 21 Kern, Jerome
111 22 Krasilovsky, M. William "Dawson v. Hinshaw Music, Inc: The Fourth Circuit Revisits Arnstein and the 'Intended Audience' Test," Fordham Entertainment, Media and Intellectual Property Law Forum, Spring 1991
111 23 Krasilovsky, M William "The Effect of Copyright Practices on Educational Innovation," Teachers College Record, 1969
111 24 Krasilovsky, M William "Music Arrangements and the Copyright Law," Music Educators Journal, 1979
111 25 Krasilovsky, M William "Observations on Public Domain," Bulletin of the Copyright Society of the USA, 1967
111 26 Lincolnian, Lincoln High School yearbook, Kansas City, Missouri, 1923 [WLD pictured as a member of the faculty]
111 27 Lincolnian, Lincoln High School yearbook, Kansas City, Missouri, 1925 [WLD pictured as a member of the faculty]
111 28 Lincolnian, Lincoln High School yearbook, Kansas City, Missouri, 1926 [WLD pictured as a member of the faculty]
111 29 Maestrino
111 30 NAACP Voter Education Project, undated
111 31 The Negro Musician, May 1921
112 1 New Shiloh Baptist Church Revival Hymns, Baltimore, Maryland
112 2 New Shiloh Baptist Church Revival Crusade, broadside, Birmingham, Alabama, 1976
112 3 New York State Music Camp, brochure, 1956
OP86 Petry, Ann
112 4 Patterson, Frederick D.
112 5 Perham, Beatrice. The Music of Early Greece, 1937
112 6 Postcard, African missionaries [?]
112 7 Postcard, Frederick Douglass mural
112 8 Postcard, Holland-America Line
112 9 Postcard, Hot Springs, Arkansas
112 10 Postcard, International Afro-American museum
112 11 Postcard, Jackie Robinson
112 12 Postcards, U.S. Grant and Galena, Illinois
112 13 Postcard, Williams Jubilee Singers
112 14 Radio City Theatres: Show Place of the Nation, [undated]
112 15 Richie, Lionel
112 16 Roberts, Howard
112 17 Robinson, C. Harvey, "Field Work," undated
112 18 Schurz, Carl, "Can the South Solve the Negro Problem?" McClure's Magazine, 1903
112 19 "Selected Radio Programs," Radio Institute of the Audible Arts, 1935-1936
112 20 Sowande, Fela
112 21 Still, William Grant
112 22 Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra [undated]
112 23 Thompson, James
112 24 Tinsley, Robert Louis, "Convictions in Verse," 1972 [photocopy, inscribed to WLD]
112 25 "Toccata: The Magazine of the Leopold Stokowski Society," 1982-1984
OP87 Tuskegee Civic Association, "Crusade for Citizenship Mass Meeting," Greenwood Missionary Baptist Church, August 13, 1956 [broadside]
112 26 Tuskegee Civic Association, April 6, 1968
112 27 Wanamaker Prize announcement, 1931
112 28 Wayne State University Men's Glee Club press book, 1986-1987
112 29 William E. Harmon Awards for Distinguished Achievement Among Negroes," brochure, 1927 [with handwritten note to WLD from CB [?]]
112 30 Williams, Franklin H. "Especially Those: The Appeal from Every Quarter," Phillip-Stokes Fund speech, undated
112 31 Work, John Wesley
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