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Part I: Additional Manuscripts, 1807-1935 (continued)
Revels, Hiram Rhoades, autobiography, undated
Scott, C. C., family papers, 1896
Scott, Emmett J., speech, undated
See, William, judicial proceeding, 1863
Starr, Frederick, article, 1924
Still, William, correspondence, 1872-1898, undated
BOX I:11  REEL 8 Teamoh, George, autobiography and photograph books, 1818-1883, vols. 1-19
(2 folders)
BOX I:12  REEL 8 Thomas, William Hannibal, report, 1901
Tucker, Lewis, record book, 1849-1890
Turfley family, 1851-1920, undated
BOX I:12  REEL 9 Urban League, Detroit, 1916-28, undated
(3 folders)
Walker, Sophia A., article and poems, 1876-1927, undated
Washington, Booker T., address at Shaw monument, Boston, Mass., 1897
Whipper, William J., commission, 1873
Wilson, Hiram, letters, 1853-1859
BOX I:13  REEL 9-10 Part I: Miscellany, 1803-1936
Certificates, deeds, petitions, broadsides, bills of sale, and other legal documents relating to slavery or African Americans; reference lists; and newspaper clippings.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and thereunder chronologically.
BOX I:13  REEL 9 Accession lists for Woodson collection
American Revolution, reference citations to African-American soldiers, 1925, undated
"Free Colored Book," kept by H. L. Pinckney, Charleston, S. C., 1860 See Oversize
Petitions, copies, 1810-1848
Receipts, deeds, and wills, 1804-1934
Slavery
Bills of sale, 1827-1931
Broadsides, copies, 1827-1931
Certificates of freedom, 1803-1936 See also Oversize
Insurance policy on cargo of slaves, 1822 See also Oversize
Survey of Washington, D.C. press, compiled by Lynette E. Mulholland, 1931
Report
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings See Oversize
Tappan, Lewis, reference list of 1839-1858 letters, undated
Vermont antislavery resolutions, 1850
BOX I:OV 1-OV 4  REEL 9-10 Part I: Oversize, 1803-1931
"Free Colored Book," Charleston, S.C.; certificates of freedom; insurance policy on cargo of slaves; and scrapbook of newspaper clippings related to a survey of Washington, D.C., press. Some material filmed as part of the original folder and container from which it was removed and not as part of the oversize.
Arranged and described according to the folder and container from which the material was removed.
BOX I:OV 1  REEL 10 Miscellany
“Free Colored Book,” kept by H. L. Pinkney, Charleston, S.C., 1860 (Container 13)
BOX I:OV 2  REEL 9 Slavery
Certificates of freedom, 1803 (Container 13)
Insurance policy on cargo of slaves, 1822 (Container 13)
BOX I:OV 3  REEL 10 Survey of Washington, D. C. press, 1931, compiled by Lynette E. Mulholland, scrapbook of newspaper clippings (Container 13)
BOX II:1-2  REEL 1 Part II: Personal Papers, 1911-1950
Family correspondence, financial records, wills, speeches and writings, and ephemera.
Arranged according to the order in which the material was filmed.
Microfilm shelf no. 22,256. Film produced by University Publications of America. See A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Papers of Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1915-1950 (Bethesda, Md.: University Publications of America, 1999)
BOX II: 1  REEL 1 Federal income taxes, 1924-1927, 1948 See Container II:37, Taxes
(2 folders)
Family correspondence, 1927-1930, 1938
Funeral and testimonials, 1950
House, 1538 Ninth Street NW, Washington, D.C., 1922-1936
Loan, Hilda G. Finney, 1949
Life insurance receipts, 1911-1916, undated
NAACP membership, 1921
Obituaries, Carter Godwin Woodson, Charles Drew, and Luther Porter Jackson, 1950
Personal
Christmas cards, Community Chest receipt, YMCA membership, and miscellaneous material, 1928-1936, undated
Checks, 1948-1949
(3 folders)
Finances, net worth statements, 1935, 1942
Real estate, 1921-1924 See also Container II:38, Woodson
Speeches and essays, undated
BOX II: 2  REEL 1 Wills, Woodson
BOX II:2-4  REEL 1-2 Part II: Correspondence, 1912-1950
General correspondence and correspondence with employees and and principals of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
Arranged according to the order in which the material was filmed.
BOX II: 2  REEL 1 General
1912-1943
(7 folders)
BOX II: 2  REEL 2 1944-1946
BOX II: 3  REEL 2 1947-1950, undated
(3 folders)
Employees, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1919-1933
Daly, Victor
1921
(6 folders)
BOX II: 4  REEL 2 1922
Durkee, J. Stanley, 1919-1925
Rockefeller Foundation, 1923-1932
Regarding blacks in European literature, 1934
Regarding responses to inquiry by Woodson about African-American education, 1939
Regarding Edwin Bancroft Henderson, The Negro in Sports, 1949-1950 See also Container II:40, Henderson
BOX II:4  REEL 2 Part II: Clippings, 1925-1934
Clippings of reviews of books written by Woodson or published by Associated Publishers, the publishing arm of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
Arranged according to the order in which the material was filmed.
BOX II: 4  REEL 2 Reviews
Of books by Woodson, 1929-1934, undated
(2 folders)
Of books by others published Associated Publishers, 1930-1933, undated
(2 folders)
Of Toussaint l'Ouverture by Georgina R. Simpson, 1925, undated
BOX II:4-5  REEL 2-3 Part II: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1915-1955
Founding and incorporating documents, bylaws, meeting minutes, reports, and correspondence.
Arranged according to the order in which the material was filmed.
REEL II:4   REEL 2 Documents regarding the founding of ASNLH, 1915-1919
Incorporation of ASNLH and Associated Publishers, 1915, 1921
Bylaws, 1953, 1971
Minutes of the executive council, 1922-1936, 1943
BOX II: 5  REEL 2 Minutes of annual business meetings, 1921-1931, 1937, 1949-1951
Capitol stock, Associated Publishers, 1921-1929, 1935-1942, 1952-1955
BOX II: 5  REEL 3 Stockholders, Associated Publishers, 1921-1923
Letterhead, undated
Annual report, 1946
Memoranda and correspondence after Woodson's death, 1950
BOX II:5-12  REEL 3-8 Part II: Manuscripts on African and African American History, 1866-1957
Writings and printed matter.
Arranged according to the order in which the material was filmed.
BOX II: 5  REEL 3 “Rural Schools,” Rosenwald Schools Program, undated
(2 folders)
Allen, Gerald Edgar, “The Negro Coal Miner in the Pittsburgh District,” 1927
Aptheker, Herbert, “South Carolina Negro Conventions, 1865" and “Eighteenth Century Petition of South Carolina Negroes,” 1945
Beatty, Florence R., “The Negro under Congressional Reconstruction in Arkansas and the Constitutional Convention of 1868," 1936
Brown, Charles S., “Bitter Sweets,” 1932
BOX II: 6  REEL 3 Brown, George William, “History of the Negro in Cleveland, 1800-1900," 1934
Cartwright, Marguerite, “Two Useful People,” 1957
Cave, R. I., “Five Modern French Novels,” undated
“Creative Verse,” African-American elementary schools, Charlotte, N.C.
Crosson, Wilhelmina, and Willie Bernice McBrier, “Fun for You,” undated
Carpenter, Marie Elizabeth, “The Treatment of the Negro in American History Textbooks: A Comparison of changing Textbook Content 1826-1939 with Developing Scholarship in the History of the Negro in the United States,” undated
(2 folders)
BOX II: 6  REEL 4 Desdunes, P. A.
“To Love and to Die,” 1866
(2 folders)
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