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Nannie Helen Burroughs papers, 1900-1963

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General Correspondence, 1909-1962 (continued)
Powell, Adam Clayton (1908-1972)
Powell, Lucille M.
Powell, W. H. R.
"Q" miscellaneous
BOX 42 "R" miscellaneous
(2 folders)
Rawls, Louis
Reid, Marie Louise
Robeson, Paul
Robinson, Sallie P.
Rollow, Cornelia
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Ross, Mary O.
"Sa-Sp" miscellaneous (except Smith)
(3 folders)
BOX 43 "Smith, A-Z" miscellaneous
"St-Sy" miscellaneous
Scott, Emmett J.
Seward, Mauddean T.
Shaw, Fannie B.
Shelton, Cenovia
Sims, George H.
"Smith" miscellaneous
Smith, Alice
Smith, Laurene
Smith, Zoie
Stewart, Sally W.
Stokes, Anson Phelps
"T" miscellaneous
(2 folders)
Thomas, Elizabeth B.
Thomas, Ethel K.
Thomas, I. A.
Thomas, Lavinia M.
Tobias, Channing H.
Townsend, A. M.
Trim, Trudie
Tyree, Esther W.
"U" miscellaneous
BOX 44 "V" miscellaneous
Valentine, Maggie G.
Vincent, Stenio
"W" miscellaneous
(5 folders)
Wallace, Andrew L.
Wallace, Geneva
Ward, M. Thelma
Waring, Mary F.
Washington, Margaret J. Murray
White, Blanche S.
BOX 45 White, Victoria
White, Walter Francis
Whitfield, Ella E.
Wilson, E. Leurlean
Wilson, J. Finley
Winston, Bertha C.
Wood, Marguerite V.
Wood, Orontes
Woodson, Carter G.
Wright, Arthur D.
"Y" miscellaneous
Young, Mary A.
Young, P. B.
"Z" miscellaneous
Circular letters
National Trade and Professional School
Woman's Convention
(2 folders)
BOX 46-47 Speeches and Writings, 1916-1960
Speeches and articles, notes, plays, poems, pamphlets and tracts, and manuscripts and layouts for publications edited by Burroughs.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX 46 "And We Call Ourselves 'Good Neighbors,'" 22 Feb. 1941
Appeal for the unification of Negro Baptists, reprint from Washington Tribune, 9 Sept.1922
Appeal on behalf of District of Columbia unemployed, undated
Article on National Baptist Convention/National Training School controversy, Black Dispatch, Oklahoma City, Okl., 22 Jan. 1928
"Brotherhood and Democracy," undated
"Churches Do Not Care for the Bible," undated
"From a Woman's Point of View, Vote for Justice and Jobs," 1936
"A Great Woman" (Mary B. Talbert), undated
Handbook for Woman's Convention, draft, undated
Here and Beyond the Sunset; Lifts to Living,selected by Burroughs, undated
"Here Are My Predictions for 1957," undated
How, undated
"How White and Colored Women Can Cooperate in Building a Christian Civilization," Richmond, Va., 1933
"The Integration Song," 1956
"Let Your Light Shine," undated
Making Your Community Christian, undated
Mother's Day: The Second Sunday in May, compiled by Burroughs, undated
"Nannie Burroughs Gets Inside Information About Treatment of Colored Gold Star Mothers," undated
"The Negro Woman and Suffrage," 1923
"New Day Dawns for Domestic Workers," Chicago Defender, 18 June 1938
"On the National Front," undated
Open letter to Billy Sunday, Jan. 31, 1918
"Phyllis Wheatley Home, Social Achievement," Washington Eagle, 9 Mar. 1928
"Plan Is to Close Plant in Winter," 1933
"A Prayer" to be prayed 7 Jan. 1948, by the ministers representing the Fraternal Council of Negro Churches
Radio address, undated
Sense Mixed with NoneSense, compiled by Burroughs, undated
The Slabtown District Convention, with music and revised editions, 1926-1961
Statement made at close of annual report to Woman's Convention, St. Louis, Mo., 8 Sept. 1938
Talk at faculty meeting, 1942
"There Is Nobody Home," undated
Tribute to William Henry Jernagin, 1942
"12 Keys to God's Resources," 1968
12 Things the Negro Must Do for Himself, undated
12 Things the Negro Must Do for Himself, 12 Things White People Must Stop Doing to the Negro, undated
"Unload the Leeches and Parasitic 'Toms' and Take Promised Land," Black Dispatch, Oklahoma City, Okla., undated
"What Are Men Fighting For?" poem, 4 Apr. 1943
"What Is Social Equality?," undated
"What Negro Leaders Can Do About Idleness," undated
"What the Negro Wants Politically," undated
"What We Are Up Against," 1929
BOX 47 "When Truth Gets a Hearing," pageant, 1916-1920, undated
(2 folders)
"Who Started Woman's Day?," 1955
"With All of Thy Getting," undated
Letter to the editor, undated
Miscellaneous, 1917-1958, undated
Poems, untitled, undated
The Worker
Articles and layouts
(2 folders)
Letters extracted for the "Found in Our Mail Box" column, samples
Suggestions, 1960
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