Series 7
Printed materials, ca. 1960-1974
Boxes 49 - 55

Scope and Content Note

Printed materials are comprised of the published writings by Vincent Harding and a large group of other types of printed materials. The largest part of the series includes clippings, guides, newsletters, newspapers, pamphlets, leaflets, programs, reports and a large number of reprints.

Arrangement Note

Published writings by Vincent Harding are arranged in chronological order. Other printed materials are arranged in alphabetical order by format.

Published writings by Vincent Harding
Box Folder Content
49 1 "Talking to Teens Today," Youth Christian Companion, 16 October 1960
49 2 "Friede emit Gott und Menschen," So sende ich euch, p. 52, 1964
49 3 "Vietnam: History, Judgment and Redemption," Christianity and Crisis, volume 25, number 17, October 18, 1965, pp. 215-217
49 4 "The Irony in Vietnam," Christianity and Crisis, volume 26, number 13, July 25, 1966, pp. 178-179
49 5 "SNCC and Atlanta," Christianity and Crisis, vol. 26, no. 16, October 3, 1966, pp., 218-219
49 6 "The Gift of Blackness," Sixth National Conference of Friends on Race Relations, address, reprinted from Katallagete, Summer 1967
49 7 "Conscientious Objection: Is It a Christian Response to Vietnam?" Builder, p. 12, October 1967
49 8 "Response: In Place of Murder," reprint from Soundings, vol. 51, no. 4, Winger 1968, pp., 465-472
49 9 "Black Radicalism: The Road from Montgomery," Dissent: Explorations in the History of American Radicalism, edited by Alfred Young, 1968
49 10 "New Creation or Familiar Death? An Open Letter to Black Students in the North," reprinted from Negro Digest, March 1969
49 11 "Licht im Asphaltdschungel," Weg und Wahrheit, 41:25, September 7, 1969
49 12 "Black Students and the Impossible Revolution," Fellowship, September 1969
49 13 "Religion and Resistance among Antebellum Negroes, 1800-1860," The Making of Black America, August Meier and Elliott M. Rudwick, editors, 1969
49 14 "Fighting the ‘Mainstream' Seen for "‘Black Decade,'" The New York Times, January 12, 1970
49 15 "Foreword to the 1970 edition, Autobiography of a Fugitive Negro" by Samuel Ringgold Ward, 1970
49 16 "Du Bois in China: 1959," Black World, May 1972
49 17 "Light in the Asphalt Jungle," Light and Life, September 19, 1972
49 18 "The Atlanta Compromise: Other Questions, Other Hopes," The Christian Century, October 3, 1973, p. 988
49 19 "The Acts of God and the Children of Africa," one of three monographs in United Church Press packet New Roads to Faith, with "Educating Black People for Liberation and Collective Growth" by James M. Jones; "The Educational Role of Black Churches in the 70s and 80s," by Olivia Pearl Stokes; and "Use Guide" by Percel O. Alston, 1973
49 20 "For a Black Political Agenda" by Vincent Harding and William Strickland, photocopied article from unknown source, undated
49 21 "Friendship" with "World," "Negro," "Freedom," from Definitions in Revolution, undated
49 22 "I Hear Them… (Calling And I Know What It Means)," photocopied typescript from Katallagete, undated
49 23 "Pulse of the Public: SLA and the Voice?" clipping from unidentified source
49 24 "You've Taken My Nat and Gone," chapter 3, William Styron's Nat Turner: Ten Black Writers Respond, photocopy, undated
Other printed materials
50 1 Bibliographies
50 2 Bulletins
50 3 Broadsides and posters [Vincent Harding featured in some publicity items]
50 4 Catalogs
50 5 Clippings: African Americans in the news
50 6 Clippings: education of Blacks
50 7 Clippings: miscellaneous topics, various dates
50 8 Clippings: police activity
50 9 Clippings: Ralph Nader
50 10 Clippings: street gangs
50 11 Clippings: Vietnam War
50 12 Clippings: Vincent Harding
50 13 Clippings: West Indies
50 14 Directories
50 15 Flyers
51 1 Guides: Black Studies Curriculum Guide, Atlanta Public Schools, 1974
51 2 Guides: African Art and Motion: an Illustrated Guide to the Exhibition, National Gallery of Art (Washington), 5 May-22 September 1974
51 3 Guides: Guide to Manuscripts and Archives in the Negro Collection of Trevor Arnett Library, Atlanta University, 1971
51 4 Guides: Heritage Program teaching guides, Community Action Institute, New York, 1964-1967 [1 of 2]
51 5 Guides: Heritage Program teaching guides, Community Action Institute, New York, 1964-1967 [2 of 2]
51 6 Guides: Heritage Program prospectus and teaching guide, Institute for Community Development [formerly Community Action Institute], ca. 1967
51 7 Guides: African History guides, National Council of Negro Women, 1967
51 8 Guides: Sojourner Truth, Youth Pride, Inc. November 1968
51 9 Guides: "January 15: The People's Holiday," undated
51 10 Leaflets
51 11 Literary collections: Bower, Robert, The Fourteenth of June, collection of essays, signed by the author, 1968
51 12 Literary collection: Dizzy, Ras, Run Wide Run Deep, collection of poems and essays, signed by the author, 1970
51 13 Literary collection: House Council of East Harlem Projects House, Bridge Without End, poetry collection, undated
51 14 Newsletters. 1967-1969
51 15 Newsletters. 1970-1973
OP1 1 Newspapers: The Atlanta Inquirer, April 15, 1972
OP1 1 Newspapers: The Atlanta Voice, November 10, 1972
OP1 2 Newspapers: The Black Child Advocate, June, 1971
OP1 2 Newspapers: Black Rap, volume 2, number 2, March, 1970
OP1 2 Newspapers: Black Times, volume 4, number 1, January, 1971
OP1 2 Newspapers: The Black Voice, volume 2, number 7, April 21, 1972
OP1 2 Newspapers: Campus Crier, [Central Washington State College], volume 42, number 18, April 11, 1969
OP1 2 Newspapers: Caribbean Review, volume 2, number 3, Fall 1970
OP1 2 Newspapers: Convergence, volume 1, number 2, October 1973; volume 1, number 3, November 1973
OP1 2 Newspapers: IFCO News, Volume 3, number 2, March/April, 1972; volume 4, number 4, July/August 1973
OP1 2 Newspapers: The Intercollegiate Journal, volume 7, number 1, October 1 1973
OP1 2 Newspapers: Janus, volume 2, number 3, March 23, 1970
OP1 3 Newspapers: The Maynard Jackson Journal, volume 1, number 1, September 1, 1973
OP1 3 Newspapers: The Medgar Evers Fund News, volume 3, number 1, February, 1972
OP1 8 Newspapers: Morris Piper, Morris High School newspaper [articles by Vincent Harding], various issues from 1946-1947
OP1 4 Newspapers: Muhammad Speaks, volume 4 [misnumbered], number 36, July 30, 1965; volume 3, number 39, August 20, 1965; volume 12, number 22, February 9, 1973; volume 14, number 3, September 27, 1974
OP1 5 Newspapers: National Association of Black Social Workers News, volume 1, number 1, January 1972
OP1 5 Newspapers: Palante, volume 3, number 2, January 29, 1971
OP1 5 Newspapers: The People's Crusader, volume 11, number 1, March 2, 1973; volume 12, number 3, May 25, 1973
OP1 5 Newspapers: Sobu Newsletter, volume 1, number 5, December 19, 1970
OP1 5 Newspapers: Soul Force, volume 1, number 1, February 15, 1968
OP1 5 Newspapers: Third World, no. 8, undated; and three unnumbered, undated issues
OP1 5 Newspapers: United Front News, unnumbered and undated issue
OP1 5 Newspapers: The View Point, volume 8, number 2, February 25, 1972
OP1 5 Newspapers: The Western Sunrise, volume 1, number 5, February 1972
52 1 Newspapers: Unnamed Black student paper, Washington, D.C., February 8, 1968
52 2 Pamphlet: "African Names…," Black Nation Education Series #8
52 3 Pamphlet: "The Dilemmas of a Reconciler: Serving the East-West Conflict" by Richard K. Ullmann, Pendle Hill Pamphlet 131, 1963
52 4 Pamphlet: "Government and Politics in the West Indies, Trinidad and Togago" by Lloyd Best, TAPIA Pamphlets numbers 4 and 5, 13 June 1971
52 5 Pamphlet: "In Memoriam: El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, May 19, 1925-February 21, 1965," Committee for the College of Malcolm X, ca. early 1970s
52 6 Pamphlet: Institute of the Black World, circa 1970s
52 7 Pamphlets relating to Africa, ca. 1967-1971
52 8 Pamphlets relating to Africa printed for the Heritage Program, Community Action Institute, 1962-1965
52 9 Pamphlets relating to education, 1958-1969
52 10 Pamphlets relating to the Mennonite Church
52 11 Pamphlets relating to miscellaneous religious topics
52 12 Pamphlets relating to travel
52 13 Periodical: Celebrating Us (Little People), volume 1 number 1, January 1972
52 14 Periodical: Faith and Art, March/April [1972]
52 15 Periodical: Informations Catholiques Internationales, no. 439, September 1973
52 16 Periodical: Intellectual Education, volume 1, number 2, January 1970
53 1 Periodical: Literary magazines from Atlanta University [untitled], 1967-1970
53 2 Periodical: Probe, Spring, 1970
53 3 Periodical: Proud, volume 1 number 4, April 1970
53 4 Periodical: Radical America, volume 15, number 3, May-June 1971
53 5 Periodical: Scanlan's Monthly, volume 1, number 6, August 1970
53 6 Program: All Christian Peace Assembly, Prague, Vincent Harding, participant, 28 June-3 July 1964
53 7 Program: NDEA Institute in History, America and the Negro: The History of an Encounter, Spelman College, 12 June-29 July 1966
53 8 Program: Central Methodist Church [Atlanta], 25 September 1966
53 9 Program: Price High School [Atlanta, GA], Senior Honor Society Assembly, Vincent Harding, speaker, program and holograph speech notes 12 December 1967
53 10 Program: Candler School of Theology, Chapel Service, sermon delivered by Vincent Harding, 15 February 1968
53 11 Program: "The Black Flame," presented by the 1968 Penny Festival, script by A.B. Spelman, poet in residence, Morehouse College, 23-25 February 1968
53 12 Program: NDEA Institute in History, America and the Negro: The History of an Encounter, Spelman College, 10 June-19 July 1968
53 13 Program: WETV and WABE [Atlanta], program schedule, July 1968
53 14 Program: The U.S. as a World Power: Internationalism and Limited War, seminar sponsored by Council on Relation and International Affairs, 10-13 October 1968
53 15 Program: Hilda Harris concert, sponsored by Miles College Lyceum Committee [Birmingham, AL], 9 February 1969
53 16 Program: Conference on Negro Colleges: Plenary Sessions [Boston]. 6-7 March 1969
53 17 Program: Funeral service for Slater Hunter King [Albany], 9 March 1969
53 18 Program: American Society of Church History, Spring Conference, 18-19 April 1969
53 19 Program: Symposium on Africa and the Third World, [Atlanta], 28 April-4 May 1969
53 20 Program: The Black Man in America, 350 Years, 1919-1969, Wayne State University, 5-6 May 1969
53 21 Program: Afro-American Identity Day, Bethel A.M.E. Church, Fall River [MA], 1969
53 22 Program: Black Liberation Awards, The Kuumba Workshop, early 1970s
53 23 Program: American Society of Christian Ethics, Eleventh Annual Meeting [Atlanta], 22-25 January 1970
53 24 Program: Black Christian National Convention [Detroit], 1-5 April 1970
53 25 Program: Black Arts Festival Week, Public Forum, Jackson State College, address by Vincent Harding, 17 April 1970
53 26 Program: African Heritage Studies Association, Second Annual Conference, Howard University, 1-3 May 1970
53 27 Program: Institute of Current World Affairs, Carnival Cuban Style, July 1970
53 28 Program: National Medical Association, 75th Annual Conference [Atlanta], special remarks by Vincent Harding, 6 August 1970
53 29 Program: Conference on African and African American Patriots, The Atlanta University Center, 3-5 December 1970
53 30 Program: Black History Week [Atlanta University?] 8-13 February 1971
53 31 Program: Ceremony of the Unveiling of the Tombstone of Archibald Campbell Mzoliza Jordan [Madison, Wisconsin], 10 April 1971
53 32 Program: Education and Teacher Education for Central Pluralism, National Conference, Fordham University, 12-14 May 1971
53 33 Program: Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists, Thirty sixth Annual Meeting [Atlanta], 19-21 April 1972
53 34 Program: Black Culture Week, UCLA Committee on Fire Arts Productions, lecture by Vincent Harding, 17-25 May, ca. 1972
53 35 Program: A Service in Commemoration of the Forth-fourth Anniversary of the Birthday of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. [Atlanta], 15 January, 1973
53 36 Program: Georgia Tech Afro-American Association Black Awareness Week, 18-24 February 1973
53 37 Program: Convocation sponsored by Clark College, New York City, 27 February-2 March 1973
53 38 Program: National Archives Conference on Federal Archives as Sources for Research on Afro-Americans, Washington, D.C., 4-5 June 1973
54 1 Program: John Henry Memorial Authentic Blues and Gospel Festival, First Annual, 31 August-2 September 1973
54 2 Program: Action Conference on Corporate Militarism in the South, American Friends Service Committee, [High Point, North Carolina], 21-22 September 1973
54 3 Program: Black Slate Banquet [Detroit], 28 October 1973
54 4 Program: Fifty-seventh Annual Convocation, Howard University, School of Religion, 13-15 November 1973
54 5 Program: Memorial Services for Gwigwi Mrwebi, The Interdenominational Theological Center [Atlanta], 6 December 1973
54 6 Program: Commencement Exercises, State College of New York, College at Old Westbury, 8 June 1974
54 7 Program: Atlanta University Center Convocation, undated
54 8 Program: The Black Experience, Crowell College Culture Break, Vincent Harding, discussion leader, 11-13 April 19[??]
54 9 Program: An Evening in Black Education, Muhammad's Temple no. 15, Vincent Harding, guest speaker, undated
54 10 Program: A Symposium on the Life and Work of C.L.R. James, 31 January-5 February 19[??]
54 11 Program: Drama productions, various dates
54 12 Reports: Citywide Citizens Action Committee [Detroit] 1968
54 13 Reports: Conference on Political Science Curriculum, Southern University [Baton Rouge], 17-20 April 1969
54 14 Reports: Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc., Report Number 1, July 1968; Report Number 2, October 1968
54 15 Reports: Ethnic Higher Education-Negro Colleges in the 1960s, Bureau of Applied Social Research, October 1966
54 16 Reports: Data Collection for the Comprehensive Study of Public Higher Education in the District of Columbia, Task I, Final Report, October 1971
54 17 Reports: Public Higher Education Demand and Enrollment Projections for the District of Columbia, Task II, ca. 1971
54 18 Reports: A Quaker Inquiry into Nonviolent National Defense, initial draft, American Friends Service Committee, May 1955
54 19 Reports: Student Seminar, Spelman College, July 1968
54 20 Reports: Windsor Advisory Committee on Employment, Ontario, May 1969
54 21 Reports: A Strategy for the Next Stage in Equal Rights: Metropolitan-Rural Development for Equal Opportunity, working draft, Spring 1966
54 22 Reprints: Alexander, Will W., " Phylon Profile, XI: John Hope," from Phylon, First Quarter, 1947 Phylon, First Quarter, 1947
54 23 Reprints: Amini, Johari M., "An African Frame of Reference," from Black World (under the title "Re-Definition: Concept as Being"), 1972
54 24 Reprints: Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution, "The Triple Revolution," from Advertising Age Magazine, 6 April 1964
54 25 Reprints: Three reprints from The American Archivist, 1963-1964
54 26 Reprints: Anonymous, "Black World without End" from The Atlanta Inquirer, 7 August 1971
54 27 Reprints: Anonymous, "Black World without End. Amen." From Renewal Magazine, October-November 1970
54 28 Reprints: Bayer, Alan E. and Robert F. Boruch, "Black and White Freshmen Entering Four-Year Colleges, Educational Record, Fall 1969
54 29 Reprints: Bennett, Lerone, "Unity in the Black Community," from The Black Position, 1972
54 30 Reprints: Blauner, Robert, "Internal Colonialism and Ghetto Revolt," from Social Problems, volume 16, number 4, Spring 1969
54 31 Reprints: Bracey, John H., "The Graduate School Experience: A Black Student Viewpoint," from The Graduate Journal, volume 8, number 2, 1971
54 32 Reprints: Bullins, Ed., "Blood Chant," "Creation Spell," Spirit Enchantment," from Journal of Black Poetry, volume 1, no. 12, Summer-Fall 1969
54 33 Reprints: Catton, Bruce, "History-Making Idea," from THINK Magazine, 1965
54 34 Reprints: Close, Ellis, "Time Is Running Out," from Chicago Sun-Times, 21 May 1971
54 35 Reprints: Comer, James P., "The Social Power of the Negro," from Scientific American, volume 216, number 4, April 1967
54 36 Reprints: Crichton, Robert, "Our Air War," review of Air War: Vietnam by Frank Harvey, reprinted by concerned citizens from an undisclosed issue of New York Review of Books, 1967 New York Review of Books, 1967
54 37 Reprints: Dillard, J.L., "Non-Standard Negro Dialects- Convergence or Divergence?" from The Florida FL Reporter, Fall 1968
54 38 Reprints: DuBois, Shirley Graham, "Letter from the Wife of W.E.B. DuBois," from The Black Panther, 21 December 1968
55 1 Reprints: Edmondson, Locksley, "Race and Human Rights in International Organizational and International Law- and Afro-American Interests: Analysis and Documentation," from Afro-American Studies, volume 2, 1971
55 2 Reprints: Genovese, Eugene, "The Influence of the Black Power Movement on Historical Scholarship: Reflections of a White Historian," Daedalus, Spring 1970
55 3 Reprints: Gleason, Philip, "American Catholic Higher Education: A Historical Perspective," from Hassenger, The Shape of Higher Education, 1967
55 4 Reprints: Glennan, Thomas, "A Q&A About the NIE," American Education, May 1973
55 5 Reprints: Gondos, Victor, "American Archival Architecture," from The Bulletin of the American Institute of Architects, September 1947
55 6 Reprints: Gullattee, Alyce C., "Exposure to Expo '67: A Trip Planned by Mental Patients, Journal of the National Medical Association," volume 60, number 5, September 1968
55 7 Reprints: Gullattee, Alyce C., "The Negro Psyche: Fact, Fiction and Fantasy," from Journal of the National Medical Association, volume 61, number 2, March 1969
55 8 Reprints: Harrison, Bennett, "Education and Unemployment in the Urban Ghetto," from The American Economic Review, volume 62, number 5, December 1972
55 9 Reprints: Jencks, Christopher and David Riesman, "The American Negro College," from Harvard Educational Review, volume 37, number 1, November 1967
55 10 Reprints: Johnson, Manning, "Color Communism and Common Sense," American Opinion Reprints, 1958
55 11 Reprints: Johnson, Tobe, "Black Studies: Their Origin, Present State, and Prospects," from The Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the American Conference of Academic Deans, 13 January 1969
55 12 Reprints: Kennedy, John F., "Text of Kennedy's Speech to Ministers," from Chicago Daily News, 13 September 1960
55 13 Reprints: Kent, George E., "Richard Wright: Blackness and the Adventure of Western Culture, from CLA Journal, volume 12, number 4, June 1969
55 14 Reprints: Kornegay, Francis A., Commentary: Zimbabwe Nationalism in Southern Rhodesia," from A Current Bibliography on African Affairs, volume 2, number 2 (New Series), February 1969
55 15 Reprints: Lemisch, Jesse, "Listening to the ‘Inarticulate'," from Journal of Social History, volume 3, number 1, Fall 1969
55 16 Reprints: "Let's Talk About China Today," essays from The Political Quarterly, July-September 1964
55 17 Reprints: Lynch, Acklyn R., "Blueprint for change," from Black Books Bulletin, 1972
55 18 Reprints: McCarthy, Terence, "The Garrison Economy," from The Columbia University Forum, volume 9, number 4, Fall 1966
55 19 Reprints: Martin, M.L., "Prophetism in the Congo: Origin and Development of an Independent African Church," from Ministry Theological Review for Africa, volume 8, number 4, October 1968
55 20 Reprints: Martin, Warren Bryan, "Cooperating with Inexorable Change," Educational Record, Winger 1972
55 21 Reprints: Marx, Gary T., "Religion: Opiate or Inspiration of Civil Rights Militancy among Negroes:" American Sociological Review, volume 32, number 1, February 1967
55 22 Reprints: Mead, Sidney E., "From Coercion to Persuasion," from Church History, volume 25, number 4, December 1956
55 23 Reprints: Meier, August and Elliott Rudwick, "The Boycott Movement against Jim Crow Streetcars in the South, 1900-1906," from Journal of American History, volume 55, number 4, March 1969
55 24 Reprints: Meier, August and Elliott Rudwick, "How CORE Began," from Social Science Quarterly, volume 49, number 4, March 1969
55 25 Reprints: Meier, August and Elliott Rudwick, "Negro Boycotts of Jim Crow in Schools in the North, 1897-1925," from Integrated Education, volume 5, number 4, August-September 1967
55 26 Reprints: Morrill, Richard L., "The Negro Ghetto: Problems and Alternatives," The Geological Review, volume 55, number 3, July 1965
55 27 Reprints: Neusner, Jacob, "Judaism in Late Antiquity (Review Essay)," from A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought, volume 15, number 2, Spring 1966
55 28 Reprints: Neusner, Jacob, "New Perspectives on Babylonian Jewry in the Tannaitic Age," from Judaica, 22:2, June 1966
55 29 Reprints: Niblett, W. Roy, "Jottings," from Change magazine, Volume 5, number 2, 1973
55 30 Reprints: Nonviolence, reprints from various authors, 1965-1966
55 31 Reprints: Pifer, Alan, "The Higher Education of Blacks in the United States," The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture for 1973, 1 August 1973
55 32 Reprints: Preiswerk, A.R., "Race and Colour in International Relations," from Yearbook of World Affairs, volume 24, 1970
55 33 Reprints: Rosenblum, Art, "Bringing the Dawn," from The Distant Drummer, 18 December 1969
55 34 Reprints: Schechter, Dan, Michael Ansara and David Kolodney, "The CIA Is an Equal Opportunity Employer," from Ramparts, unspecified date
55 35 Reprints: Silber, John R. "The Pollution of Time," from the Center Magazine, volume 4, number 5, September-October 1971
55 36 Reprints: Sprunger, Charles, "Tshiluba Radio New Arm of the Congo Church," from Missions Today, November 1966
55 37 Reprints: Starobin, Robert, "Disciplining Industrial Slaves in the Old South," The Journal of Negro History, volume 53, number 2, April 1968
55 38 Reprints: White, Gilbert F., "Lower Mekong: A Proposal for a Peaceful and Honorable Resolution of the Conflict in South Vietnam," from Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, December 1964
55 39 Reprints: Wilson, Prince E., "What White Americans Should Know About Negro History," reprinted by Associated Press, August 1968
55 40 Reprints: Zangrando, Joanna Schneider and Robert L. Zangrando, "Black Protest: A Rejection of the American Dream," from Journal of Black Studies, volume 1 number 2, December 1970
55 41 Miscellaneous: "Where in the World…?" annual index of war/peace information aids and services, New York Peace Information Center, June 1964
55 42 Miscellaneous: "The Negro Rebellion, Past, Present, Future: A Series of Lectures by President Albert E. Manley," Spelman College, 1966
OP1 6 Miscellaneous: Promotional poster regarding address by Vincent Harding, "Beyond Civil Rights," presented by Student Events Committee, Spelman College, April 17, 1967
55 43 Miscellaneous: Centro Intercultural de Documentation, 1069-1970
55 44 Miscellaneous: Occasional Papers, Center for Black Studies, Northern Illinois University, 1973
55 45 Miscellaneous: "The New Student," occasional paper, The Church Society for College Work, undated
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