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Part I: F. Research Department, 1916-1963 (continued)
General Department File, 1943-1952 (continued)
Wilmington, Del., health study, 1948-1949
Winston-Salem, N.C., 1947
“X-Z” miscellaneous, 1947-1952
(2 folders)
BOX I:F9-F20 National Defense Program File, 1940-1945
Correspondence, reports, statements, questionnaires, government news releases, and newspaper clippings concerning the league's role in securing defense work and housing for African Americans during World War II.
Arranged by chronological period, then by type of material, and therein alphabetically by name of person or subject.
BOX I:F9 1940
Correspondence
“A-Y” miscellaneous
(4 folders)
Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.
International Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers' Labor Advisory Committee
Institute for Propaganda Analysis
Local leagues' general memoranda
(6 folders)
NAACP
National Youth Administration
Office of Production Management
Social Security Board, Bureau of Employment Security
Washington, D.C., conference, Sept.-Dec.
(2 folders)
BOX I:F10 Reports and statements
General
Defense housing
Nonintegration of Negroes in the defense program, compiled for Lester B. Granger
Washington, D.C., conference, Oct. 22-23, 1940
Government releases
Civil Aeronautics Administration, aviation training
Housing
Miscellaneous agencies
War Department
Clippings
Local leagues and defense
Selective Service System
Miscellaneous clippings
Miscellany
BOX I:F11 1941-1945
Correspondence
“A-Y” miscellaneous, 1941-1944
(4 folders)
American Association for Adult Education, Fight for Freedom Committee
Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1941
Council for Democracy
Federal Council of Churches, interracial review
Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.
International Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers' Labor Advisory Committee
Institute for Propaganda Analysis
Local urban leagues
General memoranda, 1941
BOX I:F12 “A-C” miscellaneous, 1941-1942
(2 folders)
“D-K” miscellaneous, 1941-1943
“L” miscellaneous, 1941-1943
“M-W” miscellaneous, 1941-1942
(2 folders)
BOX I:F13 March on Washington Committee
NAACP, 1941-1942
National Lawyers Guild
National Medical Association
National Negro Business League
National Non-Partisan Council
National Youth Administration
Negro National Concrete Ship Construction Committee, Schenectady, N.Y., Committee on Employment
Negro Provisional Committee to Defeat Hitler, Special Committee on Vocational Training for Negroes
Office for Emergency Management, Family Security Committee
Office of Civilian Defense
Office of Production Management
Social Security Board, Bureau of Employment Security
BOX I:F14 Truman Committee
Union for Democratic Action, Twin Cities Conference on Training and Employment
United States Office of Education
United States Treasury Department, defense savings staff
War Department
Washington “expedition”
Reports and statements
General
Conference of National Organizations, “Problems of Negroes in a World at War,” Jan. 10, 1942
Defense housing
Defense industries, Committee on Negro Americans, Phelps-Stokes Fund
Governor's Committee on Discrimination
Integrating Negroes into defense employment
(3 folders)
National defense housing program
Negro women and the war effort
BOX I:F15 Nichols, Franklin O., defense inquiry report
Nonintegration of Negroes in the defense program, compiled for Lester B. Granger, Mar. 1941
Office of Emergency Management, 1941
Office of Production Management, Fair Employment Practices Committee, 1941-1942
“The Problem of Minorities in War Time,” by Lester B. Granger, May 1942
Report of progress in the war employment of Negro labor
(2 folders)
Source material on the Negro and national defense, stock arguments, 1942
Questionnaires on Negroes and the war effort
BOX I:F16 Government releases
Children's Bureau, 1943-1944
Civil Aeronautics Administration, aviation training, 1941-1942
Housing, 1941-1945
Miscellaneous agencies, 1941-1943
Navy and Coast Guard, 1942-1944
Office of Price Administration, 1941
Office of Production Management
Office of War Information, Negro News Desk, 1942-1945
Social Security Board, studies of the Bureau of Employment Security
BOX I:F17 War Department, 1941-1945, undated
(2 folders)
Clippings
“Color Bar in Industry Begins to Give Way Before Pressure of War Needs,” by Alvin White
Discrimination in defense employment by firms holding contracts, 1941
Discrimination in labor unions
Draft boards
Heroism of Negro soldiers and sailors in World War II
Local urban leagues and defense
Navy opens ranks to Negroes, 1943
Negroes appointed in government, 1941
BOX I:F18 Selective Service System, 1941-1942
Un-American activities of Negroes
Miscellaneous clippings
(5 folders)
BOX I:F19 Miscellaneous clippings
(6 folders)
Miscellany
(3 folders)
BOX I:F20 Miscellany
(5 folders)
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