Subseries 2.1
Writings by Miller
Boxes 16 - 22

Articles, dated (in chronological order)
Box Folder Content
16 1 The Historic Background of the Negro Physician, April, 1916
16 1 Honorable Woodrow Wilson, circa August 1917 [letter to the President criticizing treatment of Black Americans after St. Louis and Memphis race riots]
16 1 To Ten Million Colored Citizens of the United States, December 24, 1917
16 2 The League of Nations and the Negro, October 19, 1920
16 2 The Sport of the Ghouls, September 1921 [variant title: The National Sin of America] [lynching]
16 2 The Cause of Lawlessness, October 28, 1921
16 2 Honorable Warren G. Harding, November 29, 1921 [letter to the president responding to his Birmingham address regarding race relations]
16 2 The Negro's Place in the Labor Struggle, September, 1922 [variant title: The Negro's Place in Industrial Warfare]
16 2 Time and the Hour, September 22, 1922 [Emancipation Proclamation]
16 2 Freedom of the Philippine Islands, August 7, 1923
16 2 Political Leadership of the Negro, August 24, 1923
16 2 Priority Orders Regarding Law Enforcement, October 21, 1923
16 2 Dr. I. Garland Penn on Methodist Reunion, October 23, 1923
16 3 A Political Policy for 1924, [1924]
16 3 Critics of the Negro Sanhedrin, May 1, 1924 [incomplete]
16 3 Abraham Lincoln on American Hypocrisy, August 10, 1924
16 3 Editor Times, August 31, 1924 [incomplete] [William H. Lewis]
16 3 Coolidge in Account with the Negro, October 11, 1924
16 3 The Harvest of Race Prejudice, October 23, 1924
16 3 The Socializing Value of Sport, December 4, 1924
16 3 Discrimination in the Civil Service, December 27, 1924
16 3 The Old Year and the New, December 27, 1924
16 4 The Negro at the Nation's Capital, [1925]
16 4 In the Middle West, [January 1925]
16 4 Dean Miller Completes Lecture Tour in Middle West, January 11, 1925
16 4 A Quarterly of K's, January 24, 1925 [variant title-Ku Klux Klan]
16 4 The Harvest of Race Prejudice, March 1925
16 4 Hampton Tuskegee Drive, March 20, 1925
16 4 A Man of God in an Age of Gold, June 6, 1925 [Reverend Francis J. Grimke]
16 4 The Negro Helping Himself to Health, November 1925
16 4 The Higher Education of the Negro at the Crossroads, November 2, 1925
16 4 Letter to the Editor of the Post, November 16, 1925
16 5 Howard University and the Public Schools of the City of Washington, February 22, 1926
16 5 Prayer for Deliverance of the Colored Race, March 1926
16 5 The Farm the Negro's Best Chance, August 5, 1926
16 5 The Meaning of "Natural," November 21, 1926
16 5 Negro in the Big Business, September 20, 1927
16 5 Are the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments Violated?, February 6, 1928
16 5 Martin B. Madden and the Negro Vote, April 28, 1928
16 5 Black Yellow Journalism, July 19, 1928
16 5 Letter to Editor of the Nation, July 30, 1928
16 5 The Negro Divides His Vote, October 27, 1928
16 5 The Haitian Commission, January 18, 1929
16 5 Editor Forum, July 29, 1929
16 5 Is the Color Line Crumbling?, September 1929
16 6 The Negro and the Haitian Commission, February 17, 1930
16 6 That Haitian Commission Again, February 27, 1930
16 6 The Drys and Wets at Grips, March 9, 1930
16 6 A Negro Puritan, March 6, 1930 [Archibald H. Grimke]
16 6 Honor Thy Benefactors, April 10, 1930 [Morefield Storey and Louis Marshall]
16 6 A Living Sacrifice, April 17, 1930 [Neval H. Thomas]
16 6 Should Preachers Play Politics, April 24, 1930
16 6 The Negro Defeats Judge Park, May 8, 1930
16 6 The Aftermath of the Parker Defeat, May 15, 1930 [2nd copy incomplete]
16 6 "To Hell with the Constitution," July 26, 1930
16 6 The Negro Faces the Fall Campaign, August 14, 1930
16 6 Will There be a Negro in the Next Congress?, August 28, 1930
16 6 Prohibition and the Negro Vote, September 29, 1930
16 6 Why Hamper Hoover, October 26, 1930
16 6 To the Editor of the New York Times, December 8, 1930
16 6 Jim Crow's Last Stand, March 29, 1931
16 7 Plague on Both Platforms, August 15, 1932
16 7 The Origin of the Term "Lilywhite," August 16, 1932
16 7 Editor Times, August 21, 1932
16 7 Debilitating Law Enforcement, August 22, 1932
16 7 Dr. Poling's Inconsistency, August 24, 1932
16 7 Editor Detroit News, August 25, 1932
16 7 The Relative Failure of the Fifteenth and the Eighteenth Amendments, August 26, 1932
16 7 How Far is a Political Platform Binding on the Conscience?, August 28, 1932
16 7 Editor of the Christian Monitor, August 28, 1932 [page 2 missing]
16 7 Editor Ledger, August 30, 1932 [John Nance Garner]
16 7 What is the Chief Issue of the Campaign?, August 30, 1932
16 7 Partisanship and Prohibition, September 1932 [Daniel A. Poling]
16 7 How Far is a Political Platform Binding on the Conscience?, August 30, 1932 [2nd copy incomplete]
16 7 Editor of the New York Times, September 2, 1932
16 7 Both Sides Bidding for the Negro Vote, September 3, 1932
16 7 Editor of the Chicago Defender, September 3, 1932
16 7 Is the Federal Government a Pedagogue?, September 3, 1932
16 7 Editor of the Washington Tribune, September 5, 1932
16 7 Prohibition and Partisanship, September 5, 1932 [Daniel A. Poling]
16 7 Split Amendments to the Constitution, September 5, 1932
16 8 Must Proposed Amendments to the Constitution be Ratified by the States in their Entirety?, September 6, 1932
16 8 Is Prohibition or Prosperity the Paramount Issue of the Campaign?, September 8, 1932
16 8 Editor of the Courant, September 8, 1932
16 8 Prohibition Not a Partisan Issue, September 9, 1932
16 8 The Hope of the Drys, September 10, 1932
16 8 Non-Partisan Groups, September 12, 1932
16 8 Modification of the Volstead Act, September 13, 1932
16 8 Why Maine Went Wet, September 14, 1932
16 8 Swapping Leaders in the Midst of a Crisis, September 14, 1932
16 8 Editor of the Detroit News, September 15, 1932
16 8 Diversity of Views on Prohibition, September 17, 1932
16 8 Hamstringing the Eighteenth Amendment, September 18, 1932
16 8 Both Parties Bidding for the Negro Vote, October 6, 1932
16 8 Splitting the Solid Negro Vote, October 7, 1932
17 1 Should the American Negro Advocate Communism, June 27, 1933
17 1 The Fate of the Eighteenth and of the Fifteenth Amendments, September 1, 1933
17 1 The Backward Movement of a Moral Reform, September 22, 1933
17 1 Tampering with the Constitution, November 1933
17 1 Editor Herald-Tribune, November 28, 1933 [mob violence, California Governor James Rolph]
17 1 For the Associated Press, November 28, 1933 [lynching]
17 1 Roosevelt and the Negro, December 1933
17 2 Rugged Individuality and the Profit Motive, 1934
17 2 Art as a Cure for the Lynching Evil, 1934
17 2 Oberlin College and Race Prejudice, 1934
17 2 Reverence for the Constitution in Spots, September 10, 1934 [2nd page missing]
17 2 A Great Party without Present Day Political Principle, August 14, 1934
17 2 A Campaign without the Race Issue, September 28, 1934
17 2 Individuality vs. Regimentation, September 30, 1934
17 2 Thirty Hour Week, October 9, 1934
17 2 The Maltheusean Theory in an Industrial Age, October 16, 1934
17 2 Rugged Individuality and the Profit Motive, October 8, 1934
17 2 What is the Matter with the Republican Party?, November 10, 1934
17 2 The Emancipation of the Negro Voter, November 12, 1934 [incomplete]
17 2 Editor of the Post, December 11, 1934 [lynching and the Scottsboro case]
17 3 The Available Negro Vote in the Coming Presidential Election, circa 1935
17 3 The Government and the Negro, circa 1935
17 3 Negro Politicians by Harold F. Gosnell [review], circa 1935
17 3 Reverence for the Constitution in Spots, circa 1935
17 3 Shall the Negro Support Roosevelt or American Industry?, circa 1935
17 3 Share the Wealth, circa 1935
17 3 Should Black Turn Red, White would be to Blame, circa 1935
17 3 White Methodists Unite, circa 1935
17 4 Why the Commissioners Should Appoint the Board of Education, January 8, 1935
17 4 Security of the People the First Consideration of the New Deal, January 10, 1935
17 4 How to Restrain the Negro Criminal, January 30, 1935
17 4 A Negro Homestead Subsistence Project, February 3, 1935
17 4 Strife and Confusion in Negro Colleges, February 27, 1935
17 4 "De Lawd" and the Race Problem, March 11, 1935 [Green Pastures]
17 4 The Passing of "De Lawd" of Green Pastures, March 15, 1935
17 4 Richard B. Harrison - A Missionary of the White Race, March 21, 1935
17 4 Howard University Imbroglio, March 25, 1935
17 4 Let Us Have Peace-in Howard University, March 26, 1935
17 4 Huey Long, March 26, 1935
17 4 Huey Long, March 27, 1935
17 4 The Negro and the Jew in Business, April 1, 1935
17 4 The Cultural Kinship of Negro and Jew, April 2, 1935
17 4 The Two Political Decisions by the Supreme Court, April 23, 1935
17 4 Republican Party Dedivivus, April 24, 1935
17 4 The GOP Hard Hit for a Candidate, April 26, 1935
17 4 Uncle Sam Lynched, May 6, 1935
17 4 Swapping the Devil for a Witch, May 8, 1935
17 4 De-Segregation, May 16, 1935
17 4 Turning to the Left, May 21, 1935
17 4 Open Letter to President Mordecai W. Johnson, May 25, 1935
17 4 The Editor of the News, May 29, 1935 [Secretary of Interior Harold L. Ickes]
17 4 Charles E. Hall: Specialist in Negro Statistics, May 29, 1935
17 4 Academic Freedom, May 31, 1935
17 4 The Place of the Colored Woman in the Industrial World, June 6, 1935
17 4 The Grass Root Republican Conference, June 10, 1935
17 4 Editor of the Post, June 11, 1935
17 4 Historic Trees, July 11, 1935
17 4 Resemblances and Contrast between Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt, June 11, 1935
17 4 Editor of the Post, June 11, 1935
17 4 The "Grass Roots" Conference at the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln, June 11, 1935
17 4 The Outcome of the "Grass Root" Republican Conference, June 14, 1935
17 4 The Dred Scott Decision and the N.R.A. Verdict, June 14, 1935 [incomplete]
17 4 The Limit of Academic Freedom, June 26, 1935
17 4 Race Distinction versus Race Discrimination, June 26, 1935 [NAACP]
17 4 The Right of the Negro Student in the University of Maryland, June 26, 1935
17 4 Constitutional Amendment Inevitable, June 29, 1935
17 5 Solution by Silence, July 2, 1935
17 5 The Counsel of Suicide, July 6, 1935 [NAACP]
17 5 An Economic Bill of Rights, July 6, 1935
17 5 Walter White's Bad Advice to the Negro, July 8, 1935
17 5 Willed and Unwilled Factors in the Race Problem, July 9, 1935
17 5 Race Distinction and Race Discrimination in Law and in Practice, July 13, 1935
17 5 To the Calvert Town Society, Inc., July 14, 1935
17 5 Editor of the Evening Star, July 21, 1935 [Bishop M.H. Davis's farm]
17 5 My Life's Span, July 21, 1935
17 5 Roosevelt and the Negro, July 23, 1935
17 5 Perry W. Howard-Stalwart Republican, July 30, 1935
17 5 Editor New York Times, July 31, 1935
17 5 President Roosevelt and the Negro, July 31, 1935
17 5 Rugged Individuality, August 6, 1935
17 5 Exponents of Rugged Individuality, August 12, 1935
17 5 Lese Majesty, August 13, 1935 [Japanese emperor]
17 5 Speaker Reed's Answer to the Charge of Extravagance, August 14, 1935
17 5 Share the Wealth, August 15, 1935
17 5 The Plea of Abyssinia, August 20, 1935
17 5 How the Negro Fares Under the "New Deal," August 21, 1935
17 5 Unwritten Changes in the Constitution, August 26, 1935
17 5 Speaker Reed's Brilliant Retort, August 26, 1935
17 5 The Negro in the Methodist Church, August 27, 1935
17 5 Memorandum on Calvert City, Md., August 28, 1935
17 5 Communism among Negroes: An Open Letter to the President of Howard University, August 31, 1935
17 6 The Negro Politician in the North, September 7, 1935
17 6 Editor of the Post, September 12, 1935
17 6 Editor of the Star, September 12, 1935
17 6 Huey Long and the Negro, September 14, 1935
17 6 Negro Politicians, September 17, 1935
17 6 An American Negro Race Statesman: Booker T. Washington Twenty Year After, September 18, 1935
17 6 Are the Parties [Charting] Bases?, September 18, 1935
17 6 Is Race Prejudice Inherent or Acquired?, September 20, 1935
17 6 The Ethics of the Prize Ring, September 26, 1935
17 6 The Ethics of Christianity versus the Ethics of Sports, September 27, 1935
17 6 Race Prejudice in Germany and America, September 30, 1935
17 6 Union of the AME, AMEZ and CME Denominations, October 1, 1935 [Methodist Church]
17 6 What Claim Has Mussolini on Ethiopia?, October 2, 1935
17 6 The Ethics of Christianity versus the Ethics of Sports, October 8, 1935
17 6 The Teacher's Oath, October 9, 1935
17 6 The Effect of Neutrality on the Italian and the Negro, October 10, 1935
17 6 Academic Freedom, October 10, 1935
17 6 Social Pretensions among Negros, October 23, 1935
17 6 Editor of the Literary Digest, October 28, 1935
17 6 Are Decisions of the Supreme Court Sacrosanct?, October 28, 1935
17 6 A Proposed Memorial to the Hon. John M. Langston, October, 29, 1935
17 6 The Charge of Extravagance against Roosevelt's Administration, October 31, 1935 [incomplete]
17 7 Ex-President Hoover as a Prophet, November 1, 1935
17 7 Should Ethiopia Be Mandated, November 1, 1935
17 7 The Effect of the Italo-Ethiopian Conflict on the Italian and Negro Vote, November 4, 1935
17 7 Might Versus Right at Geneva, November 7, 1935
17 7 The Basis of Apportionment Where a Single City Overshadows the State, November 8, 1935
17 7 After the Conquest of Ethiopia-What?, November 8, 1935
17 7 Education for Character, November 12, 1935
17 7 Are the Decisions of the Supreme Court Sacrosanct?, November 15, 1935
17 7 Hitler Goes America One Better, November 19, 1935
17 7 Charge of Extravagance against Roosevelt's Administration, November 20, 1935
17 7 Meaningless Party Labels, November 20, 1935
17 7 The Issue of the Coming Presidential Election, November 22, 1935
17 7 Editor Herald-Tribune, November 24, 1935
17 7 President Roosevelt's Promptness of Judgment and Action, November 25, 1935
17 8 How a Shift from Federal to Local Relief Would Affect the Negro, November 26, 1935
17 8 The Union of Methodism, December 2, 1935
17 8 How to Civilize the African, December 2, 1935
17 8 A Colored Homestead Subsistence Project, December 2, 1935
17 8 Words of Curious Origin, December 3, 1935
17 8 What Has Become of the National Negro Non-Partisan League?, December 4, 1935
17 8 Editor of the Post, December 8, 1935
17 8 Lambasting Borah, December 10, 1935 [William E. Borah]
17 8 Splittable States, December 13, 1935
17 8 Editor of the Christian Century, December 16 1935
17 8 A Black God, December 17, 1935
17 8 Methodism Show the White Feather, December 19, 1935
17 8 Rugged Individuality, December 20, 1935
17 8 Borah? Hoover and the Negro Vote, December 25, 1935 [William E. Borah]
17 8 Lynching and Kidnapping? The Twin Iniquities of America, December 25, 1935 [Charles Lindbergh]
17 8 Ex-President Hoover and the Negro Vote, December 26, 1935
17 8 The Significance of Lindbergh's Self Exile, December 27, 1935
17 8 The Last Word in the Public Schools Controversy, December 28, 1935
17 8 Editor of the Literary Digest, December 28, 1935
17 8 Race Prejudice against the Jew in Germany and the Negro in America, December 30, 1935
18 1 Lynching and Kidnapping, January 1, 1936 [Charles Lindbergh]
18 1 Race Prejudice against the Jew in Germany and the Negro in America, January 2, 1936
18 1 Howard, of Howard, January 13, 1936
18 1 History Repeats Itself, January 16, 1936
18 1 Rudyard Kipling and His Negro Readers, January 20, 1936
18 1 The All-Negro Conference, January 28, 1936
18 1 Regimentation by Monopoly or by Government, January 29, 1936
18 1 Abuse of the Word Liberty, February 11, 1936
18 1 A League of Nations for the Western Hemisphere, February 12, 1936
18 1 When Does an Act of Congress Become a Law?, February 12, 1936
18 1 Abraham Lincoln-The Magnanimous, February 13, 1936
18 1 Politics and Lynching, February 13, 1936
18 1 Words of Curious Origin, February 13, 1936
18 1 The National Negro Conference - Advice and Admonition, February 13, 1936
18 1 The Geographical Distribution of Political Opinion, February 18, 1936
18 1 The Leftward Drift of the National Negro Conference, February 24, 1936
18 1 Voting by Blocs, March 1, 1936
18 1 Exploiting the Negro Vote, March 2, 1936
18 1 Why I am For the Re-election of President Roosevelt, March 9, 1936
18 1 Communism and Common Sense, March 18, 1936
18 1 Is Black Turning Red?, March 23, 1936
18 1 Editor New York Sun, April 7, 1936 [incomplete]
18 1 If a Political Party Die Can it Live Again?, June 2, 1936
18 1 High Time at Washington, July 2, 1936
18 1 Governor Landon on Civil Service and the Negro, October 9, 1936
18 1 Can Governor Landon, if Elected, Keep His Promises?, October 9, 1936
18 1 Where the Negro Stands in the Present Campaign, October 12, 1936
18 1 Can Governor Landon Reduce the Number of the Unemployed?, October 15, 1936
18 1 Senate Leaders of a Decade Ago, December 31, 1936
18 2 To the Editor of the Evening Post, circa 1937
18 2 Apostles of a Lost Cause, January 1, 1937
18 2 Professor Pearl on Over Population, January 2, 1937 [incomplete]
18 2 The Fundamental Race Factor in the Sino-Japanese War, January 3, 1937
18 2 Moral Climate, January 25, 1937
18 2 The Sermon in the Rain, January 26, 1937
18 2 A Reform Which Needs to be Reformed, January 26, 1937
18 2 The Black Cabinet under the Two Roosevelts, January 26, 1937
18 2 President Roosevelt and His Constitutional Critics, January 27, 1937
18 2 Pressure of Population, January 27, 1937
18 2 Can the GOP Come Back?, January 28, 1937
18 2 Individual and Collective Property, January 28, 1937
18 2 Can the GOP be Revived?, February 1, 1937
18 2 What Hope has the GOP?, February 1, 1937
18 2 Human Goodness in the Raw, February 2, 1937 [Red Cross]
18 2 Raw Human Goodness, February 2, 1937 [Red Cross]
18 2 Packing the Supreme Court, February 8, 1937
18 2 To Whom do They Appeal?, February 9, 1937
18 2 The Bible and the Constitution, February 11, 1937
18 2 Shall We Modify the Constitution by Amendments or by Liberal Interpretation?, February 11, 1937
18 2 Roosevelt and Instant Reform, February 11, 1937
18 2 Super Constitutional Changes in the Government, February 16, 1937
18 2 Race and Sex Discrimination in Civil Service, February 16, 1937
18 2 Ignoring Campaign Pledges, February 19, 1936
18 2 When Does Senility Begin, February 19, 1937
18 2 To Retire or Not to Retire, February 22, 1937 [Supreme Court]
18 2 The Mississippi Flood and the New Deal, February 23, 1937
18 2 A Gap in the Constitution, February 23, 1937
18 2 Revival of the Blair Education Bill, February 26, 1937
18 2 A Weak Race in a Wicked World, March 1, 1937
18 2 The Age Limits of the Federal Personnel, March 2, 1937
18 2 Shall the Constitution be Modified by Interpretation or Amendment?, March 3, 1937
18 2 Shall the Supreme Court be Enlarged or Shall the Constitution be Amended?, March 3, 1937
18 2 State Rights, March 11, 1937
18 2 The Harrison-Black Education Bill, March 15, 1937
18 2 The Blair Education Bill Revised, March 22, 1937
18 2 A Genuine Negro Democrat, March 22, 1937 [William J. Thompkins]
18 2 Roosevelt's Negro Policy, March 29, 1937
18 2 Political Hypocrisy, March 31, 1937 [Supreme Court]
18 3 4 to 4 versus 8 to 7 Decisions, April 5, 1937
18 3 Why Negro Colleges Fail to Produce Athletes, April 5, 1937
18 3 Charge of Pilfering at the Tuskegee Veterans' Hospital, April 12, 1937
18 3 The Probability of a 5 to 4 Decision by the Supreme Court, April 13, 1937
18 3 The Gavagan Anti-Lynching Bill Splits the Democratic Party, April 19, 1937
18 3 Opposition to Anti-Lynching Legislation More Temperate, April 22, 1937
18 3 The Light That Failed, April 26, 1937
18 3 Justice McReynolds and the Herndon Decision, April 28, 1937
18 3 A Lost Generation of Negro Youth, May 10, 1937
18 3 Rugged Individuality, May 24, 1937 [John D. Rockefeller and Charles Chapman Armstrong]
18 3 Constitutional Morality, May 25, 1937
18 3 Taking Time By the Forelock, May 25, 1937
18 3 The Co-ordinate Departments of the Government, May 28, 1937
18 3 The Door of Hope, May 31, 1937
18 3 A Backward Glance of Fifty Year Over the Higher Education of the Negro, June 7, 1937
18 3 Who is a Negro?, June 13, 1937
18 3 Civil Service Blues, June 15, 1937
18 3 The Ethics of Civil Service Reform, June 16, 1937
18 3 Is Independent Racial Economy Possible?, June 21, 1937
18 3 The Ethical Significance of the Louis-Braddock Fight, July 8, 1937
18 3 A Negro Democrat without Guile, July 13, 1937 [Robinson Crusoe Buck]
18 3 Splittable States, July 15, 1937
18 3 Senator Joseph T. Robinson A Liberal Minded Southerner, July 16, 1937
18 3 The Catholic Door Ajar to the Negro, July 18, 1937
18 3 Roosevelt and the Third Term, July 22, 1937
18 3 Editor of the Post, July 26, 1937
18 3 Who Wins the Supreme Court Battle?, August 5, 1937
18 3 Opposition to the Anti Lynching Bill, August 12, 1937
18 4 Why I have Been Silent on Senator Black, September 1937 [Hugo Black]
18 4 Roosevelt and Borah on Democracy, September 21, 1937 [William E. Borah]
18 4 Roosevelt and Borah on the Constitution, September 21, 1937 [William E. Borah]
18 4 The Constitution and the Negro, September 22, 1937 [incomplete]
18 4 Pruning the Constitution, September 22, 1937
18 4 Codification of the Constitution, September 23, 1937
18 4 Independence and Inter-dependence of the Three Branches of the Government, September 24, 1937
18 4 Amnesty for Repentant Klansmen, September 30, 1937 [Ku Klux Klan]
18 4 Wholesome Lessons from the Black Appointment, October 2, 1937 [Hugo Black]
18 4 A Dilemma Growing out of the Black Case, October 3, 1937 [Hugo Black]
18 4 Eligibility for the Federal Judiciary, October 4, 1937 [Hugo Black]
18 4 Dr. Francis J. Grimke, an Exemplar of the College-Bred Negro, October 18, 1937
18 4 Landon on Liberty, October 21, 1937 [Alfred Landon]
18 4 Tammany Hall and Harlem, November 6, 1937
18 4 Tammany Hall's One Redeeming Virtue, November 8, 1937 [Fiorello La Guardia]
18 4 Why a Colored Civil Service Commissioner, November 21, 1937
18 4 The United States Covets the West Indies, November 21, 1939
18 4 Stabilizing the New Deal, November 21, 1939
18 4 Lynching is a National Evil and Demands a National Remedy, November 22, 1937
18 4 The Post Editorials on the Anti-Lynching Bill Deplored, November 22, 1937
18 4 How Independent is the Judiciary, December 6, 1937
18 4 Roosevelt vs. Dewey, December 6, 1939
18 4 Landon's Declination, December 11, 1937 [Alfred Landon]
18 4 How Have the Mighty Fallen in the Ranks of the GOP, December 18, 1937
18 4 Editor the Post, December 21, 1937 [Civil Service]
18 4 The Root and the Remedy for Civil Service Abuses, December 21, 1937
18 4 Planned vs. Planless Economy, December 22, 1937
18 4 The Tug of War between the Negro, City and Country, December 22, 1937
18 4 Mark Sullivan on Pig Sticking, December 24, 1937
18 5 The Racial Conflict in the Sino-Japanese Conflict, January 3, 1938
18 5 The Reunification of Dr. W.E.B. DuBois, Part II, January 4, 1938
18 5 A Seven Billion Dollar Country, January 5, 1938
18 5 Senator Borah on Race Discrimination in the Civil Services, January 8, 1938 [William E. Borah]
18 5 Open Letter to Senator Borah, January 11, 1938 [William E. Borah]
18 5 The Fundamental Objection to the Wagner-Van Nuys Anti-Lynching Bill, January 12, 1938
18 5 Playing Politics with the Race Question, January 12, 1938
18 5 Victims of Kidnapping and Lynching, January 12, 1938
18 5 Editor Washington Post, January 17, 1938 [incomplete]
18 5 The Second Generation of Negro Leadership, January 18, 1938
18 5 Race Leadership of the Third Generation, January 24, 1938
18 5 The GOP Responsible for the Defeat of the Anti-Lynching Bill, January 28, 1938
18 5 Both Parties Playing Politics with the Negro Vote, January 29, 1938 [Anti-Lynching Bill]
18 5 Playing Politics with Human Misery, January 31, 1938 [Anti-Lynching Bill]
18 5 The Deep South and the Far West Defeat Anti-Lynching Crusade, February 1, 1938
18 5 Republicans Responsible for Cloture Defeat, February 2, 1938
18 5 Both Sides Playing Politics with the Anti-Lynching Bill, February 3, 1938
18 5 Republican Senators Responsible for the Plight of the Anti-Lynching Bill, February 4, 1938
18 5 Analysis of the Senate Vote on Anti-Lynching Proposals, February 5, 1938
18 5 Race Leadership of the Third Generation, February 4, 1938
18 5 Is the Anti-Lynching Bill Constitutional?, February 8, 1938
18 5 Playing Politics with the Negro Vote, February 10, 1938
18 5 The Southern Pot Accuses the Northern Kettle, February 10, 1938
18 5 Education and Leadership, February 16, 1938
18 5 The Civil Service Reform Come to Judgment, February 17, 1938
18 5 Education and Leadership, February 24, 1938
18 5 Dictatorship Challenges Democracy, February 25, 1938
18 5 Is the Republican or the Democratic Party of Today the Negro's Best Friend?, March 3, 1938
18 5 The Passing of George Foster Peabody Philanthropist, March 5, 1938
18 5 You Can't Stop Me from Dreaming, March 10, 1938
18 5 The Howard University Alumni Situation, March 24, 1938
18 5 The Tug of War between the President and Congress, March 26, 1938
18 5 Clarence Darrow and Robert G. Ingersoll, March 31, 1938
18 5 Is America the Asylum for the Oppressed?, April 7, 1938
18 5 Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune Calls a White House Conference, April 14, 1938
18 5 Rating the Constitution, April 26, 1938
18 5 The Constitution verses Bread and Butter, April 27, 1938
18 5 Eliminating National Sins by Comparison, May 3, 1938
18 5 Kelly Miller Interviews Dr. W.J. Thompson Recorder of Deeds on the Political Situation, May 12, 1938
18 5 Education without Religion May 18, 1938
18 5 The NAACP Combats Civil Service Abuses, May 19, 1938
18 5 The Establishment of a Negro Museum at Howard University May 26, 1938
18 5 Congressman Mitchell: A Political Symbol, June 2, 1938 [Arthur W. Mitchell]
18 5 The Lull in Lynching, June 14, 1938
18 5 Is Judge Lynch Dead or Sleeping?, June 16, 1938
18 5 Wings over Jordan, June 23, 1938
18 5 A National Negro Museum at Howard University, June 23, 1938
18 5 The Third Term Tradition, June 26, 1928
18 5 James Weldon Johnson: The Negroes Poet Laureate, June 29, 1938
18 5 Why Howard is Called the National University for the Higher Education of the Negro Race, June 30, 1938
18 5 James Weldon Johnson, The Negro Ambassador of Letters, June 30, 1938
18 5 A National Library and Museum at Howard University, [July 1938]
18 5 A National Library and Museum at Howard University, Washington, D.C. [July 1938]
18 5 James Weldon Johnson: The Negro Scholar, July 2, 1938
18 5 The Destiny of the Negro and the Nation at Gettysburg, July 2, 1938
18 5 Where is the Negro Heaven?, July 6, 1938
18 5 Maximum Population, July 7, 1938
18 5 A National Negro Museum at Howard University, July 15, 1938
18 5 Oscar De Priest in Retreat, July 20, 1938
18 5 Why Not a Third Term for Franklin D. Roosevelt?, July 21, 1938
18 5 A National Negro Museum at Howard University, July 26, 1938
18 5 Why Socialized Medicine is Inevitable, July 27, 1938
18 6 Why Socialized Medicine is Inevitable, August 4, 1938
18 6 Race and Religion, August 4, 1938
18 6 Race Discrimination in the Civil Service, August 6, 1938
18 6 Thomas Jesse Jones: A Neo-Philanthropist, August 10, 1938
18 6 Education without Religion, August 16, 1938
18 6 A Loss to Negro Journalism, August 25, 1938 [African-American Presbyterian]
18 6 The Third Term and Dictatorship, September 1, 1938
18 6 President Roosevelt has been Defeated Before, September 1, 1938
18 6 Still Harping on the Supreme Court, September 2, 1938
18 6 These College Graduates of Ours, September 7, 1938
18 6 The Political Future of Senator Tydings, September 8, 1938 [Millard Tydings]
18 6 These College Graduates of Ours (continued from last week's release), September 14, 1938
18 6 The American Negro's Spiritual Contribution [Broadcast over the Columbia Broadcasting System under the Auspices of "Wings Over Jordan" September 25, 1938], September 19, 1938
18 6 The Evolution of the Franchise, September 24, 1938
18 6 The South's Retribution for the Disfranchisement, September 28, 1938
18 6 The Poll Tax Qualification for the Franchise, September 29, 1938
18 6 John P. Green: The Sage of Cleveland, October 6, 1938
18 6 James A. Bland: A Little Known Negro Author of World Famed Popular Songs, October 27, 1938
18 6 Is Hitler the Anti-Christ?, October 14, 1938
18 6 Ex-President Hoover at Hartford, October 18, 1938
18 6 The Futility of War, October 19, 1938
18 6 Hitlerism vs. Christianity, October 19, 1938
18 6 Thomas Jefferson vs. Adolph Hitler, October 21, 1938
18 6 The Negro and the Jews Partner in Distress, October 27, 1938
18 6 International Consistency, September 28, 1938
18 6 William A. Hunton: A Negro in Whom There is no Guile, November 3, 1938
18 6 When the Stars Fell, November 10, 1938
18 6 The Part Negro Voters Played in the Last Election, November 11, 1938
18 6 Great American Jitters, November 14, 1938 [?]
18 6 The Negro Remains True to the New Deal, November 14, 1938
18 6 Benevolent Assimilation, November 15, 1938
18 6 Suggested Guest Editorial, November 15, 1938
18 6 Hitler Says "Tu Quoque," November 16, 1938
18 6 Hitler Hits Back, November 21, 1938
18 6 Hitler Hits Back, November 23, 1938
18 6 The Negro Remains True to the New Deal, November 23, 1938
18 6 Hitler Hits Back, November 28, 1938
18 6 The Pullman Car Door Slammed in the Face of Congressman Mitchell, November 28, 1938 [Arthur W. Mitchell]
18 6 Congressman Mitchell Turned Down by the Interstate Commerce Commission, November 30, 1938 [Arthur W. Mitchell]
18 6 The Sentiment Underlying Jim-Crow Legislation, December 7, 1938
18 6 Premature Third Term Cry, December 8, 1938
18 6 The Supreme Court vs. the Interstate Commerce Commission, December 13, 1938
18 6 State Scholarships in Howard University for Negro Students of the South, December 13, 1938
18 6 In America A Democratic State?, December 15, 1938
18 6 Premature Predictions of a Third Term for Roosevelt, December 16, 1938
18 6 America's Greatest Need, December 23, 1938 [?]
18 6 The Flight of the Jewish Minority, December 27, 1938
18 6 The Passing of 1938, December 28, 1938
18 6 Religious Influence in Democratic and Totalitarian States, December 30, 1938
18 7 The Plight of the Jewish Minority Awakens Sober Reflection, January 5, 1939 [variant title: The Plight of the Jewish Minority - Can it Happen Here?]
18 7 Lame Ducks, January 18, 1939
18 7 The Supreme Court and the Door of Hope, January 19, 1939
18 7 Why Disparage Lame Ducks?, January 20, 1939
18 7 Individual Liberty and Social Control, January 23, 1939
18 7 The Race Issue in the Orient, January 24, 1939
18 7 The Farm, The Negro's Best Hope, January 25, 1939
18 7 Rural Youth Their Situation and Prospects, January 26, 1939
18 7 Rev. Adam Clayton Powell. A Valiant Priest of God, January 26, 1939
18 7 The President's Fondness for Lame Ducks, January 28, 1939
18 7 Gambling with the Ground-Hog, January 31, 1939
18 7 Congress Gambling with the Ground-Hog, February 1, 1939
18 7 Religion in our Colleges, February 7, 1939
18 7 The Power of Tradition, February 9, 1939
18 7 Tradition vs. Law, February 10, 1939
18 7 Patronage and Party Government, February 13, 1939
18 7 Why Appeal to Lincoln, February 14, 1939
18 7 Why the Gods Laugh, February 17, 1939
18 7 The Republican Party without the Negro, February 21, 1939
18 7 Professor Benjamin Griffith Brawley--Christian, Gentleman, and Scholar, February 23, 1939
18 7 Has Twentieth Century Civilization Improved Mankind?, Submitted for the Essay Contest sponsored by the Town Hall Meeting of the Air, February 28, 1939
18 7 National Hysteria, March 1, 1939
18 7 Political Hysteria, March 2, 1939
18 7 Dr. Ballou's Educational Statesmanship, March 3, 1939
18 7 Irrelevancy in Politics, March 6, 1939
18 7 Planned Economy Once More, March 7, 1939
18 7 Valuable Material for Howard University's Library and Museum, March 7, 1939
18 7 The Negro's Nationwide Interest in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia, March 8, 1939
18 7 How the Recorder of Deeds of Washington D.C. Became a Negro Job, March 9, 1939
18 7 Why the Gods Laugh? The DAR-Marion Anderson Episode, March 10, 1939
18 7 The Negro under WPA, March 11, 1939
18 7 Can the GOP Comeback with the Negro Left Out?, March 13, 1939
18 7 The Negro and Public Relief, March 14, 1939
18 7 Psycho Analysis of the Negro Vote, March 17, 1939
18 7 Reorganization of the Public Schools, March 23, 1939
18 7 Who Laughs Last, March 23, 1939
18 7 Will Roosevelt Stand for a Third Term?, March 29, 1939
18 7 A Negro Republican Brian Truster, March 30, 1939 [Ralph Bunche]
18 7 A Classical Pedagog, March 29, 1939
18 7 Will Roosevelt Stand for a Third Term, April 4, 1939
18 7 The Liberalized Supreme Court, April 5, 1939
18 7 Marion Anderson Triumphant, April 14, 1939
18 7 Leben Raum, April 17, 1939
18 7 Still Harping on a Third Term, April 18, 1939
18 7 The Presidential Aspirations of John N. Garner, April 20, 1939
18 7 Vice President Garner as Democratic Standard Barer 1940-, April 21, 1939
18 7 The Extreme Ages of Garner and Dewey, May 4, 1939
18 7 The Negro in the Methodist Wood-Pile, May 6, 1939
18 7 Dedication of the Founders Library at Howard University, May 26, 1939
18 7 The Editor (The Evening Star, The Washington Times-Herald, The News, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, etc.), May 26, 1939 The Washington Times-Herald, The News, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, etc.), May 26, 1939
18 7 Editor Washington Post, May 29, 1939 [Canon Amson Phelps Stokes]
18 7 A Negro Architect, May 31, 1939 [Albert I. Cassell]
18 7 One Versus Three Terms for the Presidency, May 31, 1939
18 8 The New Deal and Political Tradition, June 1939
18 8 Canon Anson Phelps Stokes Leaves Washington, June 1, 1939
18 8 The Age Limit to the Presidency, June 2, 1939
18 8 Will the Negro Vote be a Probable Though Not Necessarily the Decisive Factor in 1940, June 6, 1939
18 8 What Shall we do to be Saved?, June 14, 1939
18 8 Editor, Washington Post, June 22, 1939
18 8 The Third Term Tradition, June 22, 1939 [to Boston Transcript]
18 8 The Third Term Tradition, June 26, 1939 [To Washington Star]
18 8 Dr. Walter White Apostle of Human Liberty, June 28, 1939
18 8 Third Term Tradition Not a Paramount Issue, June 29, 1939
18 8 Meals and Ideals, June 29, 1939
18 8 The Third Term Tradition as a Campaign Issue, June 30, Dr. Walter White Apostle of Human Liberty, June 28, 1939
18 8 Dr. Emmett J. Scott Selected by the GOP to Bring the Negro Back to the Fold, July 19, 1939
18 8 Out of School and Out of Work, July 24, 1939
18 8 Dr. A.M. Curtis: A Noted Surgeon Gone, August 3, 1939
18 8 Education and Unemployment, July 26, 1939
18 8 President Roosevelt's Momentous Decision, July 28, 1939
18 8 The Christian Recorder's Ninety-First Anniversary, July 31, 1939
18 8 The Gallup Poll Foreshadows the Choice of Roosevelt in 1940, August 1, 1939
18 8 Is Roosevelt the Hope of the Nation?, August 4, 1939
18 8 H.G. Wells Calls Roosevelt the Hope of Mankind in America, August 9, 1939
18 8 The Joint Debate between Mark Sullivan and J. Franklin, August 10, 1939
18 8 President Roosevelt Laughs Last Satisfied with the Solution of the Supreme Court, August 14, 1939
18 8 Is Franklin D. Roosevelt a Super-Man?, August 14, 1939
18 8 The Sudden Collapse of the GOP, August 16, 1939
18 8 President Roosevelt's Unwanning Popularity, August 23, 1939
18 8 The Russo-German Pact, August 28, 1939
18 8 John R. Hawkins: Church Statesman, August 30, 1939
18 8 The Negro Vote in 1940, August 31, 1939
18 8 Politics Adjourned, September 6, 1939
18 8 Domestic Politics in the Time of War, September 8, 1939
18 8 The Sinking of the Athenia, September 9, 1939
18 8 Impartial and Benevolent Neutrality, September 9, 1939
18 8 Politics Adjounred, September 11, 1939
18 8 The Negro's Patriotism, September 12, 1939
18 8 The Negro and Democracy, September 13, 1939
18 8 The Negro's Patriotism, September 13, 1939
18 8 Remember the Maine, September 14, 1939
18 8 Negro Higher Education, September 18, 1939
18 8 The Negro and Democracy, September 20, 1939
18 8 The Ethics of War, September 25, 1939
18 8 Founders Library of Howard University, September 30, 1939
18 8 The Ethics of the War Now Raging in Europe, October 3, 1939
18 8 Will the Stray Black Sheep Return to the Fold of the GOP?, October 5, 1939
18 8 A Washington Boy the Author of "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny," October 5, 1939 [James A Bland]
18 8 Christian Warfare, October 13, 1939
18 8 Christian and Heathen Nations Get Their Wires Crossed, October 21, 1939
18 8 Christian Nations at War, October 21, 1939
18 8 Group Grievances and National Commotion, October 26, 1939 [fragment]
18 8 Can Politics be Adjourned Sine Die?, October 31, 1939
18 8 Ferreting out the Author of "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny," October 31, 1939
18 8 Can Partisan Politics End at the Waters Edge?, November 1, 1939
18 8 Grabbing for the West Indies, November 16, 1939
18 8 The Reorganized Supreme Court, November 20, 1939
18 8 The Legal Definition of a Negro, November 22, 1939
18 8 Education without Religion, November 27, 1939
18 8 Putting the Best Foot Forward, November 28, 1939
18 8 Wooing the Negro Vote, November 29, 1939
18 8 Roosevelt vs. Dewey, December 6, 1939
18 8 The League of Nations Attitude towards Abyssinia and Finland, December 14, 1939
18 8 The Third Term Issue Not Genuine, December 21, 1939
Articles, undated (in alphabetical order)
19 1 Abraham Lincoln and Present Day Problems [incomplete]
19 1 Abraham Lincoln's Telegram to Horace Greely
19 1 The African Methodist Episcopal Church
19 1 After Freedom by Hortense Podwermaker, The Viking Press New York; American Caste and the Negro College by Buell G. Gallagher, Columbia University Press, N.Y. American Caste and the Negro College by Buell G. Gallagher, Columbia University Press, N.Y.
19 1 After Marcus Garvey-What?
19 1 After Marcus Garvey-What? [continued]
19 1 After the Election-What?
19 1 Amending the Constitution [incomplete]
19 1 An Appreciation: Charles Waldorf Boyd, Warden
19 1 Are You Wet or Dry?
19 1 As the Negro Goes to the Polls
19 1 Athletic Sports a Substitute for War
19 1 The Author of "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny"
19 1 Back to Africa
19 1 The Biggest Negro Business
19 1 A Black God
19 1 A Blot on Civil Service Reform
19 1 Booker T. Washington Race Statesman
19 2 A Call to the Negro Collegian
19 2 Calvert Town
19 2 Can the G.O.P. Stage a Comeback? (Form a New Party?)
19 2 The Choice of a Profession
19 2 Clarence Darrow in the District of Columbia
19 2 College Graduates and the Payroll
19 2 The Color Line in Methodism
19 2 Common Sense and Segregation
19 2 The Community Chest
19 2 Conditions in Nashville, Tenn.
19 2 A Constructive Program for Just Inter Racial Relations
19 2 Coolidge and the Negro
19 2 Coolidge in Account with the Negro [incomplete]
19 2 Coolidge on the Negro's Constitutional Rights
19 2 Courageous College Men, William Moroe Trotter, Nevel H. Thomas
19 2 Crossing the Political Divide
19 2 Curtailing Representation
19 3 The Demand for a New Party
19 3 The Derivation of the "Dunce"
19 3 Disheartening Happenings
19 3 Does Communism Hold Out Any Hope to the Negro?
19 3 Does Orthodox Christianity Handicap the Negro?
19 3 Dr. Ernest E. Just, Dean of Negro College Men in Sciences
19 3 The Dying Need of the Negro Race
19 3 The Earlier and the Later College Graduates
19 3 Editor, Washington Post [response to published letter regarding locating a school near Howard University]
19 3 Editor, Washington Star [letter regarding James A. Bland]
19 3 The Editorial Insight of the Washington Post
19 3 Edward Christopher Williams
19 3 The Effect of Imperialism upon the Negro
19 3 Eliot and Valentino
19 3 The Emergence of Negro Women
19 3 Evolution Never Goes Backward
19 4 The First Generation of Negro Leadership
19 4 Frederick Douglass
19 4 From the Rocky Mountains to the Sea
19 4 George William Cook's Semi-Centenary at Howard University
19 4 The GOP Rebukes His Former Black Ally
19 4 The Government and the Negro [different than circa 1935 article]
19 4 A Gruesome American Pastime [variant title: The Devil's Barbecue; lynching]
19 5 Happy Heck
19 5 The Harvest of Race Prejudice
19 5 Has the Higher Education of the Negro Failed?
19 5 Have the Civil War Amendments Failed?
19 5 Henry Ford a Unique Philanthropist
19 5 Henry Lincoln Johnson
19 5 How the Negro Soldier Has Paid His Debt as a Soldier in the Regular United States Army for Freedom?
19 5 How Long Will Politics Remain Adjourned?
19 5 Human Economy
19 6 If Abraham Lincoln Had Lived
19 6 If it Works, It's Right [incomplete]
19 6 The Influence of the Negro Woman's Vote in the Coming Election
19 6 Intellectual and Moral Authority
19 6 Into the Second Generation.
19 6 Is Prohibition a Matter of Conscience?
19 6 Is Race Prejudice Innate or Acquired?
19 6 Is the Negro Church Deteriorating?
19 6 Is the Negro Losing His Religion?
19 6 James A. Bland, a Little Known Negro Author of World Famed Popular Songs
19 6 Japan Helps to Bear the White Man's Burden
19 6 Japan Takes Up the White Man's Burden
19 6 Jerry's Masterpiece
19 6 John R. Lynch, Nonagenarian
19 6 The Joy of Jazz
19 7 Kultur and Conscience
19 7 La Follette and the Negro [Robert Marion La Follette]
19 7 The Last Political Word
19 7 Law Not War
19 7 Let Us Pray [lynching]
19 7 A Literal-Minded Southern Court [settlement of racial discrimination suit against University of Maryland]
19 7 The Logic and Ethics of a Thirty Hour Week
19 7 Long Lost Grave of "Negro Stephen Foster," Located Near Philadelphia, Composer of "Carry Me Back to Ol' Virginny," Buried in Merion Cemetery
19 7 Lynching Is a National Evil and Demands a National Remedy
19 7 A Man of God in an Age of Gold
19 7 A Man Without a Party
19 7 Matthews' Seventeen Points
19 7 M. Grant Lucas
19 7 Memorial to John Milholland
19 7 Might vs. Right at Geneva
19 7 The Miseducation of the Negro
19 7 Modernists and Fundamentalists
19 7 Moral Pedagogy
19 7 My Back Yard Garden
19 7 My First and Last Suits of Clothes
20 1 The National Bird- Eagle or Jim Crow?
20 1 Negro Americana: Rare Collection to be Made by Howard University
20 1 The Negro at His Best
20 1 A Negro City
20 1 The Negro Collegians
20 1 The Negro Crawls Back into Political Power
20 1 The Negro Faces the Present Campaign
20 1 The Negro Faces the Second World War
20 1 The Negro Health Crusade
20 1 The Negro Heaven That Was
20 1 Negro History [Association for the Study of Negro Life and History anniversary]
20 2 The Negro in the National Capital
20 2 Negro Office Holders - North and South [incomplete]
20 2 The Negro Sanhedrin
20 2 The Negro Sanhedrin Redivivus
20 2 A Negro Scientist
20 2 The Negro Vote Again to the Fore
20 2 Negroes or Colored People?
20 3 The Negro's Business Opportunity
20 3 The Negro's Place in the New Reconstruction
20 3 The New World Negro at His Best
20 3 A New Bequest to Hampton- and Tuskegee
20 3 The Northern Negro in the Coming Election
20 3 The Old Reconstruction and the New
20 3 Of One Blood by Robert E. Speer
20 3 Open Letter to L.K. Williams, President, National Baptist Convention [prohibition]
20 3 Oscar DePriest- Our Only Congressman
20 3 Our Political Parsons
20 3 The Passing of a Church Statesman [Irvine Garland Penn]
20 3 The Penning of the Negro [incomplete]
20 3 The Pessimism of the Negro
20 3 The Plight of the Rural and Urban Negro
20 3 The Poet Virgil after Two Thousand Years
20 3 The Political Plight of the Negro
20 3 The Political Reconstruction of the South
20 3 Political Scandal and the Negro Voter
20 3 Prejudice in Washington, D.C.
20 3 Primitive Arithmetic or the Origin of Counting
20 3 Professor Hugh M. Browne
20 3 Progress at Howard University
20 3 Prohibition - A Political Issue [incomplete]
20 3 Prohibition - The Negro's New Political Hope [incomplete]
20 3 Prohibition and Crime
20 3 Prohibition in the Congressional Election
20 3 Protective Race Philosophy
20 4 Race Distinction and Race Discrimination under Federal Law
20 4 Reduction of Representation in the National Republican Convention
20 4 Religion and Race
20 4 Religion and Race
20 4 Rescinding Jim Crow Laws
20 4 Revolution and Evolution
20 4 Roosevelt on Revolution
20 5 The Sanhedrin Redivivus
20 5 The Second Generation of College Bred Negroes
20 5 Segregation vs. Social Isolation
20 5 Self Government
20 5 The Self-Determination of the Negro
20 5 Senator Borah and the Negro Vote [William E. Borah]
20 5 Share the Wealth
20 5 Should the Negro Be Encouraged to Cultural Equality?
20 5 Side Lights on the Race Problem [reaction to Albert Guerand's article in Scribner's Magazine]
20 5 Surprise Opposition to Judiciary Reform
20 5 Statement [school integration in Fayetteville, North Carolina]
21 1 A Teacher Par Excellence [Lucy E. Moten]
21 1 These Colored United States, South Carolina
21 1 They Are Passing Away [first generation of educated black men]
21 1 Tinkering With the Constitution
21 1 To the Editor of The New York Times [response to "Education to Abate Crime," article by H.O. Rittenhouse]
21 1 Tuskegee and Points South
21 1 A Twisted Petition
21 1 The Unique Chapter in the History of Education [Howard University history]
21 1 The Union of Methodism
21 1 The Vindication of Moton [Robert Russa Moton, Tuskegee]
21 1 Voters and Taxpayers Attention Please! Shall we Increase our Property Tax and Disregard the General Welfare of Citizens?
21 2 What Are We Going to Do About Lynching?
21 2 What Is the Matter with the Higher Education of the Negro?
21 2 What We Want and What We Need
21 2 The White Man's Negro
21 2 A White-Washed God
21 2 Why a Colored Civil Service Commissioner
21 2 Why Black Should Oppose Red
21 2 Why Chapel? [practice in colleges and universities]
21 2 Why Colored Citizens may Vote for John W Davis without Reproach [incomplete]
21 2 Why Am I for the Re-Election of President Roosevelt
21 2 Why I Have Been Silent on Senator Black
21 2 Why Lynching Declines
21 2 Why Negroes Leave the South
21 2 Will Nordic Art Stultify the Negro's Soul?
21 2 Will Wilberforce Come Back?
21 2 William E. Borah and Daniel Webster
21 2 Women in Politics
21 2 Words of Tomorrow
21 2 A Worthwhile Decennial
21 2 Young Men's Christian Association among Negroes
Articles, incomplete and fragments
21 3 Untitled [undated]
21 4 Fragments
21 5 Fragments
21 6 Fragments
21 7 Fragments
Other writings
22 1 Book reviews
22 2 Humor, jokes
22 3 Manuscript of "Is the Color Line Crumbling?"
22 4 Oath of Afro-American Youth
22 5 Outlines
22 6 Poetry
22 7 Speeches, undated
22 8 Speeches, Funerals
22 9 Speeches, 1898-1939
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