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Series 3
Printed material, 1894-2007 [bulk 1968-2007]
Boxes 47-49 and 54-55; OP 1, 6 and 10-15; XOP 1-3

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of printed material from 1894-2007 (bulk 1968-2007) and includes printed material by and about Michael Lomax, as well as other printed material collected by Lomax. Printed material by and about Lomax contains articles about his political career, mostly featured in Atlanta Magazine, and newspaper clippings primarily covering his mayoral campaign in 1989. Other printed material consists of items collected by Lomax, including writings by his first wife Pearl Cleage and his brother Lucius Lomax, IV. This series also contains an original newsletter of Huey P. Newton's 1970 address to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, a copy of VIBE magazine inscribed to Lomax by Quincy Jones, and two folders of printed material from the Black Christian Nationalist Church, founded by Albert Cleage.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Printed material by and about Michael Lomax
Box Folder Content
47 1 Amistad Corporation logo, undated
BV3 - An Appreciation for Michael Lomax and his Legacy to The National Black Arts Festival: "And Bid Them Sing!" 1997
47 2 Atlanta Bureau of Cultural and International Affairs, Directory of Programs and Activities and Journal, 1975-1976
47 3 "Atlanta: Ready for a Black Mayor?" Encore, 1973 October [co-authored by Pearl Cleage]
47 4 Democratic National Convention, delegate passes, 1984, 1988, 2008
OP1 13 "Dillard Says Goodbye: A Farewell to President Lomax featuring Irvin Mayfield and the Dillard University Choir," poster, 2004 April 21
OP1 14 Dillard University, Strange Fruit, posters, 2003 [with Irvin Mayfield]
47 5 Dillard University, 1997-2004
OP13 - Dillard University, "Window into the World," 1998

Artwork by John Riddle

47 6 Election Alert, 1982 October 28
47 7 Event programs, 1960-1987
47 8 Event programs, 1988-1994
47 9 Ebony magazine, 1978 August
47 10 Faludi, Susan, "Michael's Way," Atlanta Weekly, 1985 May 12
47 11 "Fresh Faces for an Old Struggle," Time, 1983
47 12 Fulton County Commissioner campaign, 1978
47 13 Hairston, Julie B., "The Men Who Would Be Mayor," 1989
47 14 Harris, Melissa, "The Commissioner's New Clothes: Looking for the Naked Truth about Michael Lomax," Atlanta Magazine, 1991 [includes page proofs of illustration by Bill Cigliano]
47 15 Jet, 1970, 1987, 1997
47 16 John M. Langston Bar Association of Los Angeles, 16th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner, 2007
47 17 Lomax, Lucius, "Memories of Camelot," Atlanta Magazine, 2002
47 18 Magazine clippings, 1981-1996
47 19 Mayoral Campaign, 1989, 1993
47 20 Morehouse College commencement program and graduation invitation silk screen print, 1968
47 21 Morehouse College Phi Betta Kappa, 1968, 1995
47 22 Newsletters, 1988-1993
47 23 Newspaper clippings, 1953-1981
47 24 Newspaper clippings, 1986-1988
47 25 Newspaper clippings, 1989 [1]
47 26 Newspaper clippings, 1989 [2]
47 27 Newspaper clippings, 1989 [3]
48 1 Newspaper clippings, 1990-1993
48 2 Newspaper clippings, 1996-2004
OP1 15 Newspaper clippings, 2001
48 3 Newspaper clippings, undated
48 4 Other delegate passes, 1984-2007
48 5 Robertson, J. Michael, "The Jugglers," Atlanta Magazine, 1977
48 6 The Southern Fellowships Fund, list of recipients, 1971-1972
48 7 Taylor, Nick and Barbara Nevins, "Atlanta's Powers to Be: The Top 40 Under 40 and Three Score More," Atlanta Magazine, 1984
48 8 "United Negro College Fund Names Dr. Michael L. Lomax as its President and CEO," press release, 2004 February 9
48 9 Wright, Sam, "Michael Lomax Speaks with the People," 1993
48 10 Women for Lomax, 1989, 1993
Other printed material
48 11 ABF Enterprises capabilities briefing PowerPoint, undated
48 12 The African American Students for Progress, 1968
48 13 Americans for Democratic Action pamphlets, 1970
48 14 The Atlanta Anti-Imperialist coalition, undated
48 15 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "The Color of Money: Home lending practices discriminate against blacks," 1988
48 16 Atlanta Life Insurance Company, "A Quest for Economic and Cultural Dignity," art competition and exhibition program, 1982 December 4-1983 January 2
48 17 Atlanta Peace Action Coalition, undated
48 18 "Atlanta University," brochure, circa 1894
48 19 "Atlanta: You Ought to Know Your Own!" directory, 1937
48 20 "Bankhead Courts: A Profile," 1988
48 21 Bennett College for Women "Inaugural Convocation of Johnetta Betsch Cole, Ph.D. 14th President," 2003
48 22 Bennett College for Women "Inaugural Gala: An Evening with Bill Cosby" program, undated
48 23 "Black Art Ancestral Legacy: The African Impulse in African-American Art" folder, undated
48 24 Black Christian Nationalist Church, 1970-1973 [1 of 2]
48 25 Black Christian Nationalist Church, 1970-1973 [Includes material about Reverend Albert B. Cleage][2 of 2]
55 13 Black Christian Nationalist Church, 1972-1975
48 26 "The Black Coalition for 1984: The People's Platform," 2003
OP6 - The Black List Project by Free Mind Ventures, collectible deck, 2009 [includes book and DVD Volume 1 and 2]
48 27 The Black Politician, 1970
55 14 The Black Position, 1971
48 28 Blank cards featuring African-American art, undated
48 29 Book catalogs, 1970-1971
48 30 Broadside Press, broadside series 73, 74 and 75, 1973 [Chaka Aky Shango, Denise Alexander Burnett, and C. Gene Drafts]
48 31 Brochures and leaflets, 1973-1993
48 32 Brown, Sterling A., "The New Secession: A Review," 1927
48 33 Buckhead Coalition Inc., membership list and board of directors, 1989
48 34 Business cards, undated
48 35 The Business and Professional Women's Club of Los Angeles, 1969
48 36 "Civil Rights: A Handbook for Local Unions," 1970
48 37 Clark College, Second Annual Writers Workshop Conference, 1971
48 38 Cleage, Albert B. (Reverend), "Black Power," 1968
48 39 Cleage, Albert B. (Reverend), "Mother Church: Black Christian Nationalist Movement" Shrine of the Black Madonna, Detroit, Michigan, 1971
48 40 Cleage, Pearl, "Conversation," and "Poem," Journal of Black Poetry, 1970
48 41 Cleage, Pearl, "Conversations with the Media," Pride, 1972 October
48 42 Cleage, Pearl, "Journals and Jive Talk: Random Thoughts," Sage: A Scholarly Journal of Black Women, 1985
OP10 2 Cleage, Pearl, portraits by unidentified artist, undated
XOP3 - Cleage, Pearl, poster, undated
OP10 3 Cleage, Pearl, posters, 1982-1997
48 43 Cleage, Pearl, "We Are Supposed To Be Next Anyway," 1972 September
48 44 Congress of African People, workshop schedule, 1970 September 3-7
48 45 Congress of the United States, subcommittee on Urban Affairs of the Joint Committee, "Urban America: Goals and Problems," 1971 (?)
55 15 Dante (D.L. Graham), Soul Motion II, undated
48 46 Democratic National Convention program, Atlanta, 1988
48 47 Democratic National Convention stickers, 1984
48 48 Dillard University Alumni Leadership donor society postcard, 2003
48 49 Dillard University, "Black and Jews: The American Experience" bibliography, undated
48 50 Dillard University, The Samuel Du Bois Cook retirement celebration program, 1997
48 51 Drum and Spear Bookstore, catalog, 1969
48 52 The Drum Major for Justice Committee, "The Triple M's-Medgar, Malcolm and Martin," 1970
48 53 "L'Eglise des Jacobins de Toulouse," 1976
48 54 "Elect James E. McKinney for Fulton County Commissioner," poster, circa 1970
48 55 Emory University, commencement program, 1984
48 56 Emory University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, student conduct code, 1971
48 57 Fabio, Sarah Webster, "Saga of the Black Man," play script, 1968
OP10 5 Family collage, circa 1997
48 58 Fisk University, "The Student Movement at Fisk: Fact statement of the Week of Reckoning," 1969
48 59 Flyers and newsletters, 1984-1993
48 60 Funeral programs, 1971-2006
48 61 "Gary Hart for President," Democratic National Convention materials, 1984
48 62 Gayles, Gloria Wade, "Gratitude and Praise," Conference of the Kresge HBCU Initiative, 2001
54 24 General Motors: The First 75 Years of Transportation Products, 1983 [inscribed to Lomax on the occasion of the re-opening of the General Motors Lakewood Plant, 1984 April 2]
49 1 "Giant Black Historical Coloring Book," 1976
49 2 Giovanni, Nikki, "The Reverend Albert B. Cleage Jr.," Essence, 1970
49 3 Gregory, Dick, campaign memorabilia, 1968
49 4 Harris Specialty Gifts order form, 1993
49 5 Harvard University, Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Seventh Annual Report, 1971-1972
49 6 "Help Run America: Western Union's personal opinion message campaign," 1969
49 7 Hinton, W.E. (Reverend), poster, 1918
54 26 "Historical Facts of the First Congregational Church," Atlanta, Georgia, 1987
49 8 Interdenominational Theological Center annual report, 1985-1986
49 9 Intermedium, 1972
49 10 Institute of the Black World, 1971-1976
49 11 Jackson, Maynard, campaign materials, 1968-1973 [1]
OP15 1 Jackson, Maynard, campaign materials, 1968-1973 [2]
49 12 Jackson Security Incorporated brochure, 1994
49 13 Jihad, 1970
49 14 The League of Women Voters of Georgia, 1970
49 15 "Let's Elect Lomax," 1954
49 16 Lomax, Almena, "In the Faraway country of Montgomery, Alabama," Harpers Magazine, 1968 [photocopy]
49 17 Lomax, Lucius, "Back to Africa," The Texas Observer, 2001 [photocopy]
49 18 Lomax, Lucius, "The Reckoning," Texas Monthly, 1981
49 19 Lomax, Lucius, "The Shrine of the Black Madonna," Texas Monthly, 1982
49 20 Lomax, Lucius W., Jr., election campaign brochure, 1954
49 21 Malcolm X Black Heritage Stamp Series, 1999
49 22 Malcolm X Liberation University, brochure, undated
OP11 - Manderville, M., artwork, 1992
49 23 Marshall, Edmund, commemorative brochure, 1979
49 24 The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center, 1976, 2002
49 25 "Mayor's Day for the Arts," 1975
49 26 Moore, Howard, Jr. and Jane Bond Moore, "Some reflections on the Criminal Justice System, Prisons and Repressions," Howard Law Journal, 1973
49 27 Morehouse College, "A Candle in the Dark" gala program, 2006
49 28 Morehouse College vs. Fisk University, Homecoming game program, 1969 November 22
49 29 Morehouse School of Medicine "The Drug Abuse Challenge to the Black Community's Health" program, 1989 March 15-17
XOP2 - National Black Arts Festival, posters, 1996, 1998 and 2008
49 30 National Black Arts Festival, programs, 1990-1993
49 31 National Black Feminist Organization, statement of purpose, undated
49 32 New Springfield Baptist Church Souvenir Journal, 1993
49 33 Newton, Huey P., "Huey's Message to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention," 1970 September 5
49 34 "Opportunities for the College Grad: A Directory of Equal Opportunity Employers," 1965
49 35 Other campaign materials, 1974-1982
49 36 Other event programs, 1966-1994
49 37 Other magazines, 1979-1988
49 38 Other magazines, 1990
49 39 Other magazines, 1991-1993
OP10 1 Other posters, 1979-1998 [2]
OP14 - Other posters, 1979-1998 [2]
XOP2 - Other posters, 1990-2008
OP12 - Owners, Carl, posters, 1992-1993
49 40 Pamoja Tutashinda, 1972
54 25 Paris: Commemorating Delta Air Lines Inaugural Service, 1985
49 41 Playbills, 1945, 1980s
49 42 Press releases, 1972-1973
49 43 Pulse, 1946 March
49 44 "Questions and answers about the reappraisal of Atlanta/Fulton County," undated
49 45 Raper, Arthur, "Machines in the Cotton Fields," 1946
49 46 "Remembering the Honorable Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr., 2003 June 26-28
49 47 Seale, Bobby, "Selections from the Biography of Huey P. Newton," 1968 [photocopy]
49 48 Smithsonian Institution Libraries National Museum of African Art, "Africa Illustrated: Fantasy and Reality before 1900," 1991
XOP1 1 A Soldier's Story, movie poster, 1984
XOP1 2 Sounder, movie poster. 1972
49 49 Southern Exposure, 1973 [special issue "The Military and the South"]
49 50 Spellman, A.B., "Contemporary Black Culture," undated
49 51 Spelman College, "Black Women Writers: In Celebration of Lorraine Hansberry," symposium program, 1985
49 52 Spelman College "A Tribute to President Johnetta Betsch Cole" program and invitation, 1997 May
49 53 Spirit, the magazine of the Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce 1970 March
49 54 "Spotlight on Pearl Cleage Lomax," Off P'tree Magazine, 1978
49 55 Stop Parole of Violent Criminals, 1983
49 56 Student organization for Black Unity, undated
49 57 Technical Assistance Program for Newly Elected Minority Officials, circa 1970
49 58 Ulanov, Barry, Duke Ellington excerpt, 1962
49 59 United Negro College Fund, "A Salute to Bennie Mays" program, undated
49 60 VIBE Magazine, 1993 September [inscribed to Lomax by Quincy Jones]
49 61 Voter Education Project and the Academy Theatre Outreach Program presents "The Political Players" in selections from God's Trombones, 1989
49 62 Young, Andrew, 59th birthday party invitation, 1991
49 63 Young, Andrew, newspaper clippings, 1970-1972
49 64 Young, Andrew, "State of the City Address," 1989 January 3
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