Series 4
Printed material,1890-1989
Boxes 28-33 and 45-46; BV 3-13; OP 2-11

Scope and Content Note

This series includes articles published in periodicals by and about Kelly Miller from 1890 to 1989. The series is divided into printed material about Miller, printed material by Miller, and general printed material which he collected. Printed material about Miller includes programs of events, leaflets promoting his published writings, reviews, and articles mentioning Miller. Material memorializing Miller also are contained in this section.

Printed material by Miller includes published articles and letters to the editor of African American newspapers such as the Carolina Times, Chicago Defender, Pittsburgh Courier, Springfield Daily Republican, and non-African American newspapers including the Washington Post and New York Times. Printed journal articles appeared in the Voice of the Negro; Journal of Negro Education; Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life; Crisis; Brown American; Atlantic Monthly; Educational Review; and American Journal of Sociology.

General printed material consists of printed material Miller collected, such as congressional bills, church bulletins, commencement programs, event fliers, newspaper clippings, and sheet music. Manuscript and typescript drafts of printed material by Miller are located in Series 2: Writings.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.

Printed material about Miller
Box Folder Content
28 1 Family obituaries
28 2 Miller stationary
28 3 Newspapers clippings about Miller, 1913-1940 [Photocopies]
28 4 Newspaper clippings about Miller, undated
28 5 American Negro Academy, Occasional Papers, no. 1, 36 Pages: A Review of Frederick L. Hoffman's Race Traits and the Tendencies of the American Negro by Kelly Miller, promotional leaflet, undated
28 6 The Everlasting Stain by Kelly Miller, book promotion leaflet with a review by Alain L. Locke, Associated Publishers, undated
28 7 Negro in the New Reconstruction, by Kelly Miller book promotion leaflet undated
28 8 "Sunday, June 22nd Will be a Great Day in Greenville, Prof. Kelly Miller, Dean of Howard University, Will Speak at the Clark St. Christian Church at 3 p.m." flyer, undated
28 9 Public Library Book Additions List
28 10 "Menu" from Banquet in Honor of Prof. Kelly Miller, June 5, 1901
28 11 "Closing Exercises," Manassas Industrial School, Manassas Virginia, May 30, 1902 [photocopy]
28 12 "Review of 'Political Capacity of the Negro,'" American Review of Reviews, September 1910
28 13 "Preface" and Title Pages from Out of the House of Bondage by Kelly Miller (1914)
28 14 "Program of Exercises in Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Founding of Howard University," March 1-4, 1917
28 15 "Negro after the War" Rally Flier, People's Congregational Church, October 28, 1917
28 16 "Mother A.M.E. Zion Church 34th Annual Fair and Donation Program, November 5, 1917
28 17 "Grand Lecture and Song Recital-Kelly Miller and J. Rosamond Johnson," Hillside Auditorium, Montclair, NJ, November 8, 1917
28 18 "Introduction by Albert Bushnell Hart" in An Appeal to Conscience by Kelly Miller (1918)
28 19 "The Story of Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life," National Urban League advertising circular, [192?]
28 20 "To the President and Board of Trustees of Howard University in Reference to the Establishment and Maintenance of an Equitable Salary Scale..." Howard University, February 1, 1921
28 21 "Kelly Miller as I Know Him," The New Sign, November 5, 1921
28 22 "A Petition to the President and Board of Trustees of Howard University by the Academic Faculties," Howard University, June 1, 1922
28 23 Howard University freshman lecture subjects and speakers, 1922-1924
28 24 Howard University financial report, 1923-1924
28 25 "Negro Sanhedrin, Prof. Kelly Miller Presentation," flier, John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church, Washington, D.C., February 3, 1924
28 26 "Racial Segregation Mass Meeting Flier," Kelly Miller presiding, John Wesley A.M.E. Church, Washington, DC, April 14, 1924
OP2 "Mass Meeting on Residential Segregation," Kelly Miller presiding, John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church, April 13, 1924
28 27 "Negro Speaks for Himself" by Alain Locke, The Survey, April 15, 1924
28 28 Residential Segregation Mass Meeting, palm card, Kelly Miller speaking, John Wesley Church, Washington, DC, April 27, 1924
28 29 "East Colored High School graduation exercises," Easton, Maryland, Kelly Miller speaker, May 30, 1924
28 30 "Berean Baptist Church Homecoming," Kelly Miller, speaker, palm card, November 13, 1924
28 31 "Memorial of the Teachers of the Academic Faculty to the Board of Trustees," Howard University, Washington, DC, November 15, 1924
28 32 "Missionary Sunday School and Christian Endeavor Convention of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Conference, Trinity A.M.E. Zion Church, Washington, DC, October 1-3, 1924
28 33 New York City Conference of Charities and Correction, Program, 1925
28 34 Hampton-Tuskegee Eight Million Dollar Drive Program and Flier, Metropolitian A.M.E. Church, Washington, DC, April 1, 1925
28 35 "Second Annual exhibit of Fine Arts: Work on Negro on Men and Women, January 3-15, 1929"
28 36 Program for Thirtieth Commencement at Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia, June 5, 1929 [Miller delivered commencement address]
28 37 Pelham, Robert A, "The Public has a right to Know," Capital News Service, Inc., July 20, 1931
28 38 Negro History Week at Shaw Junior High School, Washington, DC, February 13-17, 1933
28 39 The Caterer, vol. 32, no. 7 (1939), page 4
28 40 "75th Anniversary of Lincoln's Proclamation, Kelly Miller speaking" flier, Allen University, Columbia, S.C., January 2, 1939
28 41 Gaddie, Edith. "By Candlelight," Brown American, vol. 3, no. 3, September 1939
28 42 "Life and Death of Kelly Miller," Newspaper Special Issue Flier, Washington Tribune, December 29, 1939 [?]
28 43 Kelly Miller Funeral Service, Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Howard University, January 2, 1940
OP3 "Nation Mourns at Kelly Miller Rites," [commemorative issue], Washington Tribune, January 6, 1940
28 44 "Passing of Dr. Kelly Miller," Speech in the House of Representatives, Congressional Record, January 18, 1940
28 45 Holmes, D.O.W., "Kelly Miller-Educator," National Negro Educational Outlook among Negroes, vol. 3, no. 3, January-February 1940
28 46 "Kelly Miller," Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. XVIII, no. 2, February 1940
OP4 Special: Kelly Miller Memorial Issue, The National Medical News, vol. 16, no. 2, February 1940
28 47 Smith, Billy, "Late Dean-Kelly," Silhouette Pictorial, vol. II, March 1940
28 48 In Memoriam: Archon Austin M. Curtis and Archon Kelly Miller, Epsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi, Phyllis Wheatly Y.W.C.A., Washington, DC, April 21, 1940
28 49 Holmes, D.O.W. Phylon Profile IV: Kelly Miller, Reprint, Phylon, 2nd Quarter, 1945
OP5 "Life at Miller House Study and Fun for Howard's Off Campus Co-eds, Washington Afro-American, May 10, 1947
28 50 "Kelly Miller: Educator-Author -Scholar-Orator," Meadow Gold Ice Cream Flier, 1950
28 51 Einsenburg, Bernard, "Kelly Miller: Negro Leader as a Marginal Man," Journal of Negro History, vol. XLV, no. 3, July 1960
28 52 "Introduction," by August Meier in An Appeal to Conscience, reprint (1969)
28 53 "Martyr's in the fight for Freedom," People's Drug Stores, 1970
OP6 "Kelly Miller: A Profile-Courageous Freedom Fighter, 1863-1939," Part I, September 30-October 4, 1975; Kelly Miller: A Profile-Dean, College of Arts-Howard University," Part II, The Afro: Magazine Section, October 7-11, 1975
28 54 "Presentation of a Bronze Marker Honoring Dr. Kelly Miller" Program, Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Fairfield County Public Library, Winnsboro, South Carolina, September 9th, 1977
28 55 "Kelly Miller," DreamKeeper press broadside, 1989
Printed material by Miller: Journal Articles
29 1 "Oath of Afro-American Youth" [undated]
29 2 "Plea of the Oppressed" [undated]
29 3 "Kelly Miller Endorses Roosevelt," The Friend of All Mankind, Roosevelt Colored League [undated]
29 4 "Tampering with the Constitution," South Atlantic Quarterly [undated]
29 5 "Effect of Imperialism Upon the Negro Race," Howard's American Magazine, vol. 5: no. 3, October 1900
29 6 "Anglo-Saxon and the African," The Arena, vol. 28: no. 6, 1902
29 7 "Future of the Educated Negro," Editorial, The Leader, vol. 1: no. 2, February 1903
29 8 "Negro as a Political Factor," Voice of the Negro, vol. 1: no. 2 [January 1904?]
29 9 "Negro as a Political Factor," (continued)," Voice of the Negro, vol. 1: no. 2, February 1904
29 10 "Darkest America," New England Magazine, March 1904
29 11 "Negro Problem from the Negro Point of View: Problems of the City Negro," World Today, vol. 6: no. 4, April 1904
29 12 "Religion and Education," Voice of the Negro, vol. 1: no. 4, April 1904
29 13 "Roosevelt and the Negro," Voice of the Negro, vol. 1: no. 9, September 1904
29 14 "Negro's Part in the Negro Problem," Forum, vol. 36: no. 2, October-December 1904
29 15 "Migration and Distribution of the Negro Population as Affecting the Elective Franchise," American Negro Academy, Occasional Papers, no. 11, 1905
29 16 "Social Equality," National Magazine, vol. XXI: no. 5, February 1905
29 17 "Attitude of the Intelligent Negro towards Lynchings," Voice of the Negro, vol. 11: no. 5, May 1905
29 18 Periodicals-"A Great Negro Enterprise," New England Magazine, August 1905
29 19 "A Reply to Tom Watson-Is the Negro Inherently Inferior?" Voice of the Negro vol. II: no. 8, August 1905
29 20 "A Rural College Settlement," American Missionary, vol. LIX: no. 8, November 1905
29 21 "An Oblique Prayer- A Short Story," Voice of the Negro, vol. II: no. 11, November 1905
29 22 "Economic Handicap of the Negro in the North," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 27, May 1906
29 23 "A Circuit of the South," Voice of the Negro, vol. III: no. 4, September 1906
29 24 "Forty Years of Negro Education," Educational Review, vol. 36: no. 5, December 1908
29 25 "Ultimate Race Problem," Atlantic Monthly, April 1909
29 26 "Mors Vincta (Poem)," The Independent, vol. LXVIII: no. 3208, May 26, 1910
29 27 "Negro and Tuberculosis," Journal of Outdoor Life, vol. 3: no. 9, September 1910
29 28 " A Moral Axiom," in The Independent, February 16, 1911
29 29 "I See and Am Satisfied," The Independent, August 7, 1913
29 30 "Dean Kelly Miller Upon 'The Disgrace of Democracy,'" The American Missionary, May 1918
29 31 Review of "The Mulatto in the United States by Edward Reuter," American Journal of Sociology, vol. XXV: no. 2, September 1919
29 32 "The Negro Business Man," Survey, April 3, 1920
29 33 "Why Chapel?," Howard University Record, February 1922
29 34 "George William Cook's Semi-Centenary at Howard University," Howard Alumnus and "Science," Howard University Record, 1924
29 35 "The Place of the Negro in America," The California Outlook, January 10, 1924
29 36 "Harvest of Race Prejudice," Survey Graphic, vol. VI: no. 6, March 1925
29 37 "Separate communities for Negroes: Two Points of View-I. Causes of Segregation," Current History, vol. XXXV: no. 6, March 1927
29 38 "Government and the Negro," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, November 1928
29 39 "Editorial Comment: Negro Education and the Depression," Journal of Negro Education, vol. 2: no. 1, January 1933
29 40 "Past, Present, and Future of the Negro College," Journal Negro Education, vol. 2: no. 3, July 1933
29 41 "Should Black Turn Red?" Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. XI: no. 11, November 1933
29 42 "Race Prejudice in Germany and America," Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. XIV: no. 4, April 1936
29 43 "Negroes or Colored People?," Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. 15: no. 5, May 1937
29 44 "Lover of Men": Memorial Comment to George Foster Peabody, Southern Workman, May 1938
29 45 Minton, Sherman Hon., "The Negro Vote": Remarks in the Senate of the United States-"Kelly Miller Interviews Dr. W. J. Thompkins, Recorder of Deeds, On the Political Situation," Congressional Record, May 25, 1938
29 46 "Political History of the American Negro," The Crisis, July 1938
29 47 Truman, Harry S. Hon. "Letter by Kelly Miller," District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds, April 24, 1939
29 48 "The Negro 'Stephen Foster,'" Etude, July 1939
29 49 "The Negro and Democracy," Brown American, vol. 3: no. 4, October 1939
29 50 "Negro Higher Education," School and Society, vol. 51: no. 1310, February 3, 1940
Printed material by Miller: Newspaper articles
30 1 Newspaper articles by, 1894-1922
30 2 Newspaper articles by, 1923
30 3 Newspaper articles by, 1924-1929
30 4 Newspaper articles by, 1930-1933
30 5 Newspaper articles by, 1934
30 6 Newspaper articles by, 1935
30 7 Newspaper articles by, 1936
30 8 Newspaper articles by, 1937
30 9 Newspaper articles by, 1938 January-June
30 10 Newspaper articles by, 1938 July-December
30 11 Newspaper articles by, 1939 January-June
30 12 Newspaper articles by, 1939 July-September
30 13 Newspaper articles by, 1939 October-December
30 14 Newspaper articles by, 1940
30 15 Newspaper articles by, [not dated]
30 16 Newspaper articles by, [fragments]
Printed material by and about Miller: Scrapbooks
BV3 Articles, circa 1899-1905 [not in order]
BV4 Articles, circa 1899-1910 [not in order]
BV5 Articles, regarding Howard University's President J. Stanley Durkee, 1923-1926
BV6 Articles, regarding Howard University Medical School appropriation, 1924
BV7 Articles, regarding "Discrimination," 1924-1927
BV8 Articles, regarding "Political," 1924-1925
BV9 Articles, "Kelly Miller Says," 1924 [Column by Miller]
BV10 Articles, "Kelly Miller Says," 1925 [Column by Miller]
BV11 Articles, "Kelly Miller Says," 1927 [Column by Miller]
BV12 Articles, circa 1932-1937 [not in order]
BV13 Articles, regarding Miller's death, circa 1939-1940
General printed (in alphabetical order)
31 1 Book Promotions
31 2 Business Cards
31 3 Newspapers Clippings, [dated]
31 4 Newspaper Clippings [undated]
OP7 Sheet Music, "A Homecoming Day," 1939
OP8 Sheet Music, "We are Spreading Rays of Sunshine," 1939
31 5 "A Bill to Amend Sections 4 and 8 of an Act entitled 'An Act to incorporate the Howard University in the District of Columbia'", 1924
31 6 "A Bill to Restrict Habitual Commuting of Aliens from Foreign Contiguous Territory," 1937
45 1 American Legion, second annual entertainment and victory dance, sourvenir program, 1935
45 2 American Legion, 17th annual ball, sourvenir journal, 1938
31 7 "An Act to Amend the Act entitled 'An Act to Fix and Regulate the Salaries of Teachers, School Officers, and Other Employees of the Board of Education of Washington, D.C.,'" 1906
31 8 "Annual Commencement Exercises," Colored High School, Washington, D.C., June 16, 1925
31 9 "A Dance for 'Opportunity' at Murray Casino," 1925
31 10 "A New Day for Howard University: Progress and Needs of a great Institution," 1922
31 11 "Annual Men's Day," St. Paul A.M.E. Church, April12th, 1936
31 12 A Plan for the 'National Negro Library and Museum' at Howard University, Washington, D.C., [1938?]
31 13 A Pageant entitled a "History of the Negro of South Carolina from 1817 to 1941," Announcement, March 7, 1941
31 14 A Pageant of the "History of the Negro of South Carolina from 1817 to 1941," Announcement, May 8th, 1941
45 3 Associated Musicians of Greater New York, second annual dance, program, 1938
31 15 "Baccalaureate Service," Howard University, June 1, 1924
31 16 "Banquet in Honor of Bishop of R.R. Wright Jr.," Young Women's Christian Association, July 15, 1938
31 17 "Baseball and Nursing Service-Washington," Instructive visiting Nurse Society, [1924?]
45 4 Battershall, Walton, "The Warfare of Science with Theology," The North American Review, undated
31 18 Bethune Cookman Emergency Campaign Appeal, April 30, 1937
45 5 Blind Citizens of America, benefit dance, program, 1937
31 19 "Book of a Million Names: for the Salvation and perpetuation of Wilberforce University " Fund Drive
45 6 Boosters Charity ball, souvenir program, 1938
45 7 The British-Jamaicans Benevolent Association, complimentary dance, program, 1939
31 20 "Bulletin," National League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes, Social Science Scholarship Contest, Social Service Fellowship, vol. 3, no. 6, January 1914
45 8 The Business Girls, complimentary dance, 1940
45 9 Business and Professional Men's Forum, second annual entertainment and dance, souvenir program, 1936
45 10 Candy, A.L., "The Trisection of an Angle," Kansas University Quarterly, July 1893
31 22 "Central Union Mission," November 1936
31 22 "Charter Sunday Vesper Service in Memory of Stephen Morrell Newman, President of Howard University, 1912-1918," March 1, 1925
31 23 "Cheyney Day Exercises Invitation," Cheyney Training School for Teachers, Cheyney, P.A., October 1924
45 11 Club Popularity, dance, souvenir journal, 1938
31 24 "Commencement Announcement," Howard University College, June 3, 1886
31 25 "Commencement Exercises," Colored High School, Cambridge, Maryland, June 4-6, 1924
31 26 "Commencement Exercises," Colored High School, Cambridge, Maryland, June 1925
31 27 "Commencement Season," Howard University, May 29-June 5, 1925
31 28 "Congressional Record," Proceedings and Debate of the 76th Congress, First Session, vol. 84, no. 28, February 9, 1939
31 29 "Congressional Record," Proceedings and Debates of the 76th Congress, First Session, vol. 84, no. 81, April 24, 1939
31 30 "Culture Forum," vol. 5, no. 9, March 3, 1922
31 31 "Culture Forum," vol. 5, no. 115, April 15, 1922
31 32 "Dancing Feet," Belasco: The International Cinema, March 20, 1936
31 33 "Democracy through Neighborhood Organization," by Charles F.Weller, League of Neighbors, Elizabeth, New Jersey
31 34 "Development at Howard,"[1926?]
31 35 "District of Columbia Branch of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Closing Membership Campaign with W.E.B. Du Bois," April 7, 1925
31 36 "Easter Cantana entitled the 'Victory of Life'," Third Baptist Church, April 10, 1925
31 37 "Epsilon (Upsilon) Boule, Sigma Pi Phi," Charleston, West Virginia, 1936-1937
31 38 "Evening Classes: Time Schedule," Howard University, Autumn Quarter, 1924
31 39 "Expert from Columbia University makes Survey of Academic Departments and Submits Recommendations" Reorganization Program New Underway," June 15, 1925
31 40 "Expression: Official Organ of the School of Expression," and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Durkee's Jim Crow Policy Exposed. Can Negroes be Insulted?" December 1924 and undated
32 1 "Farm Credit Administration"
45 12 Federal Theatre, volume 2, number 3, undated
32 2 "Financial Statement and List of Contributors," National Urban League, December 31, 1924
45 13 Florence Mills Memorial Fund, benefeit performance, souvenir journal, 1929
32 3 "Football Schedule," Howard University, 1924
32 4 "Fourth Annual Unity of Christian Faith Conference," Second Baptist Church, Los Angeles, California, June 15-17, 1936
45 14 Frazier, Edward Franklin, "God and War," undated
32 5 "General Index: The yearbook of the Universities," Published under the direction of R. de Montessus de Ballore, 1919
45 15 Goddard, Robert H., "A Method of Reaching Extreme Altitudes," Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1919
32 6 "Gospel of St. John," American Bible Society, [undated]
45 16 The Harlem Dukes, complimentary dance, souvenir journal, 1939
45 17 Harlem on the Hudson, catering menu, undated
32 7 "Helping Freshman Bridge the Gulf between School and College," by Francis Lockwood, July 14, 1924
32 8 "Hispanic Foundation in Library of Congress," 1939
OP9 "Howard Alumnus scores idea that Howard Prexy Should Now Head Two Big Colleges," by Alumnus, reprinted from the Baltimore Afro-American, April 18, 1925
32 9 "Howard Must be Saved" Mass Meeting Flyer called the Local Alumni Association and the Howard Welfare League, New Bethel Baptist Church, November 9, 1925
45 18 Howard University, 1917-1926
32 10 "Howard University General Alumni Association to the Congress of the United States," [undated]
45 19 Howard University Laboratory of Physics, outline of course and instructions for students in physics 2, 1913
32 11 "Howard University Needs help for a Worthy Cause," Washington Times, February 29, [192?]
32 12 Howard University Evening Classes Schedule, Autumn Quarter, Junior College, 1924
32 13 "'Howard University, the Negro, and the Nation,' Extension of Remarks of Hon. Carl E. Mapes of Michigan in the House of Representatives, Congressional Record, March 5, 1937
45 20 Huxley, Thomas H., "Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature," Humboldt Library of Popular Science Literature, March 1880
32 13a "I Ask For Only Seven Minutes of Your Time, J. Stanley Durkee," Howard University Department of Religion pamphlet, undated
45 21 Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of World, programs, 1929-1956
32 14 "In Memoriam-Archon Michel Olivier Dumas," Espilon Boule-Sigma Pi Phi, Phyllis Wheatley Young Women's Christian Association, February 19, 1933
OP10 Inquiry, vol. 1, no. 3, May 1925
32 15 "Invitation," Eighth Annual Convocation of the School of Religion, Howard University, September 1924
32 16 "Invitation," Nineteenth Annual Commencement of the Downington Industrial and Agricultural School, May 28, 1925
45 22 Istmica Club, souvenir program, 1938
32 17 "Joint Resolution-additional Appropriation for work Relief and Relief for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1939" Public Resolution no. 1, 76th Congress, 1st Session (H.J. Res.83)
45 23 Juanita Co-Ed Social Club, ninth annual spring dance, program, 1940
45 24 Keller, A.G., "The B.A. Degree in America," The Scientific Monthly, February 1918
45 25 Kelly Miller High School, history, undated
45 26 King of Clubs, souvenir journals, 1936-1938
45 27 Kirksey, Thomas, "Have we Erred? Inquiries into and Observation upon Accepted Ways of American Acting and Thinking," undated
32 18 "Labor Conditions in England: A Report by Noel Sargent," National Association of Manufacturers of the United States of America
32 19 "Ladies in Waiting," presented by the Thespian Study Club; written by Cyril Campion, Washington, D.C., November 7, 1936
32 20 "Ladies' Night," Espilon Boule. Sigma pi Phi, Thurston's Café, February 24, 1933
32 21 "La Follete for President Platform," 1924
45 28 Legion of Honor, first annual benefit, sourvenir program, 1937
45 29 Lincoln School for Nurses Inspiration Club, midnight boatride, invitation, 1938
32 22 "Lincoln Theater $5000.00 Popularity Contest," February 1925
32 23 "Loyalty: Questions and Answers on Whose Servant? Saluting a Flag last Days," 1935
45 30 The L.U.D. Fraternity, congressional ball, souvenir program, 1934
45 31 Mach, E., "On the Part Played by Accident in Invention and Discovery," The Monist, January 1896
45 32 McCarthy, Lee and L.K. McCafferty, "Primary Benign and Malignant Melanoma of the Skin: With a Consideration of Normal Pigment Function," British Journal of Dermatology and Syphilis, March 1926
32 24 "Meharry News," July 1922
45 33 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), maypole dance, souvenir journal, 1938
32 25 "Negro and Communism: Workers Rule and Race Prejudice" by Will Herberg in Workers Age
32 26 "Negro Births and Persons in Attendance: 1935," Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Washington, D.C., August 10, 1937
32 27 "Negro Population, 1930: A Listing of the 695 Cities Urban Places Having 1,000 or more Negro Inhabitants, Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
32 28 "New Opportunities for Negro Youth," National Youth Administration, Washington, D.C., April 2, 1938 [Mary McLeod Bethune]
32 29 New Republic, February 12, 1936
32 30 "Ninth Annual Convocation of the School of Religion," Howard University, November 3-5, 1925
45 34 North Harlem Pharmaceutical Association, annual dance, souvenir program, 1938
45 35 Omega Show Boat, souvenir programs, 1936-1937
35 36 Ordway, Clyde Elbert, "Will the Churches Survive?" The Arena, undated
OP11 "Patterson: For A Museum of Negro History-Why not Now?," Daily Record, Chicago, Illinois, October 16th, 1939
32 31 "Plans for Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of the First Regular Young Men's Christian Association for Colored Men and Boys in the United States," Adopted at a Planning Conference held in Philadelphia, December 11, 1937
32 32 "Positions of the Board of Education respecting the so-called Griffenhagen Report on 'The Organization of the Government of the District of Columbia' insofar as it Affects the Public School System," [1939]
32 33 "Program," Eighth Annual Convocation of the School of Religion, Howard University, October 28-30, 1924
32 34 "Progress," National Urban League, [undated]
45 37 RAMAPO Democratic Club, souvenir program, 1935
46 1 "Religious Persecution in Russia," The Edinburgh Review, July 1890
32 35 "Remembrance -Archon George William Cook, 1855-1931," Epsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi, January 31, 1932
32 36 "Report of Committee on Coordination of the Work of the State and Independent Schools, November 3, 1923"
32 37 "Report of the National Conference on the Problems of the Negro and Negro Youth," Department of Labor, January 22, 1937 [Mary McLeod Bethune, General Chairman]
46 2 Richards, Eugene L., "Old and New Methods in Geometry," Educational Review, January 1892
46 3 The Sappy Sues Cotton Ball, invitation, 1951
32 38 "Schedule of Courses", Spring Term, 1929-Evening Session, College of the City of New York
32 39 "School Club Program Calendar," Washington, D.C., 1920-1921
32 40 "School of Religion Endowment and Building Fund" Donor Card, Howard University, [1924]
46 4 Schubert, H., "On the Nature of Mathematical Knowledge," The Monist, circa 1895
32 41 "Second Annual Honors Day," at Howard University, November 18, 1924
32 42 "Second Dance of the Season Invitation," from the Knickbocker Four, May 2, 1922
32 43 "Senator Borah and the Anti-lynching Bill: Remarks of Hon. Hamilton Fish, Jr. of New York" in the House of Representatives, February 10, 1936
32 44 "Seventeenth Annual Convocation of the School of Religion," Howard University, November 14-16, 1933
32 45 "Sixtieth Annual Commencement," Howard University, June 17, 1929
32 46 Sphinx: Official Publication of Alpha Phi Alpha, vol. 26, no. 1, February 1940
46 5 St. Lucia United Association, 19th annual reception and dance, souvenir journal, 1939
32 47 "Summer Session Announcement," Howard University
46 6 Superior Twenty-Five Club, cruise dance, souvenir program, 1938
33 1 "Technique of Procedure in Collegiate Registration," Bulletin 1924, no.22, Department of Interior, Bureau of Education by George Avery, 1924
33 2 "Ten Representative Case Stories," Family Service Association, Washington, D.C., November 1934
33 3 "Thank You Card for Message of Sympathy in Loss of Doctor Hope"
33 4 "This is Our War: Wipe Out Discrimination, Let Negroes Fight Equally" Issued by the National Negro Congress, New York City [1942?]
33 5 "To James Weldon Johnson" by Hallie E. Queen
33 6 "To the President and Board of Trustees of Howard University in Reference to the Establishment and Maintenance of an Equitable Salary Scale..." February 1, 1921
46 7 Treasurers Club of America, annual entertainment, souvenir program, undated
33 7 Tuskegee Institute Chapel Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 28, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, April 7, 1935
33 8 "Twenty-Fifth Annual Statement," North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co., Durham: North Carolina, December 31, 1924
33 9 "University Cafeteria: Luncheon, Menu" December 16, 1924
46 8 Wall Street Boys' Association, ninth annual complimentary dance, souvenir program, 1937
33 10 "Weekly Calendar:" Howard University, February 28 to March 7, 1937
33 11 "Where La Follette Stands on Fifty Living Issues," complied by Basil M. Manly
33 12 "Where the Negroes' Money Goes," Extract from a lecture delivered by Dr. J.K. Nickens at Cleveland, Ohio, August 26, 1937
46 9 "Why I Gave Up the Ministry: A Soul's Tragedy," The Independent, undated
46 10 Wiansa Democratic Association, chicken supper, souvenir journal, 1940
33 13 "William H. Hart v. the United States," Court of Claims of the United States, Congressional no. 17326, October 29, 1923
33 14 "William T. Carter Child Helping Foundation," Organizational Charter, University of Pennsylvania, December 1924
33 15 "Winter Quarter, Time Schedule 1925," Howard University, 1925
33 16 "Your Stake in the National Debt: Radio Address," by Hon. T.V. Smith of Illinois, May 29, 1939
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