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Part I: K. Related Organizations, 1940-1962 (continued)
National Urban League Guild File, 1940-1960 (continued)
Cocktail party
Moon and Brooks' apartment, 1942
“Strike a Match for Victory,” 1942
(2 folders)
Home of Miss Hilliard, 1943
Forum (Sunday, Oct. 12, 1947)
Garden party, Celebrity Club, July 26, 1947
Complimentary tickets
BOX I:K18 Contribution
Invitations and ticket and table reservations
Ticket distribution
Guild Constitution Committee
Hoffman, Malvina, sculpture exhibit
Correspondence (general)
Finances, 1942
Invitations, 1942
Patrons' correspondence
Publicity, 1942
Moon, Mollie, 1949-1952
Notices of meetings, 1942-1943
Opportunity, 1944
Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Center, New York, N.Y., summer party, 1948
Symposium, 1943
BOX I:L1-L6 Part I: L. Minutes of Meetings, 1910-1960
Printed, near-print, and typed minutes of meetings. Arranged by chronological period, then by type of meeting, and therein chronologically. The minutes for the annual meetings dated 1941-1954 contain the league's financial reports.
BOX I:L1 1910-1940
Annual meeting, 1912-1940
(6 folders)
Committee for the Protection of Colored Women, 1913-1914
Executive board
(5 folders)
BOX I:L2 1918-1940
(7 folders)
General Welfare Committee, 1912-1914
Steering Committee
(4 folders)
BOX I:L3 1926-1940
(4 folders)
Miscellaneous meetings, 1932-1940
BOX I:L4 1941-1960
Annual meeting, 1941-1954
(4 folders)
Board of trustees
1949-1954, June
(6 folders)
BOX I:L5 1954, July-1960
(7 folders)
Executive board
(3 folders)
BOX I:L6 1946-1949
(2 folders)
Executive Committee, 1954-1960
(3 folders)
Executive staff, 1959-1960
National Urban League Guild, 1942-1943
Steering Committee, 1941-1942, 1950
Miscellaneous minutes, 1946-1960
BOX I:M1-M23 Part I: M. Miscellany, 1908-1961
Correspondence, writings including books and radio, television and theater scripts, financial statements, canceled checks, receipts, bylaws, briefs, reports, bank statements, program kits, manuals, legal agreements, monographs, poetry, plays, and miscellaneous material.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and occasionally by name of person or subject. A separate grouping has been made for material predating 1941.
BOX I:M1 1908-1940
Form letters, 1938-1940
(2 folders)
Howard Orphanage and Industrial School, Kings Park, Long Island, N.Y.
Bank statements
Bank books
(2 vols.)
BOX I:M2 Cash books
Miscellaneous financial material
Student copybook, 1908
Photocopies of early publications (fragments)
BOX I:M3 1941-1961
Allen, Alexander Joseph
Master's thesis
“America's Making” exhibit, Negro contribution to American life
Armstrong Association United Fund campaign poster
This Happened in Pasadena (New York, Macmillan, 1951, 166 p.), by David Hulburd (near-print copy)
This Is What We Found (New York, L. Stuart [1961, c 1960] 64 p.), by Ralph and Carl Creger (annotated galleys)
Peaceable Lane (New York, Simon and Schuster, 1960, 345 p.), by Keith Wheeler (page proofs)
Building fund
Canceled checks
(3 folders)
BOX I:M4 1957-1959
(3 folders)
(3 folders)
BOX I:M5 1957-1960
(4 folders)
Financial statements, 1956-1957
(2 folders)
BOX I:M6 1953-1956
Savings accounts, 1953
Bylaws, 1942-1960
Discrimination, New York State Temporary Commission, proposals
Discrimination and segregation, reports and briefs
Duplicates, signed
Fact sheets
BOX I:M7 Form letters, 1941, 1954, 1956
(2 folders)
Howard Orphanage and Industrial School, Kings Park, Long Island, N.Y.
Vocational and plan
Bank statements, 1941-1944
Journals and receipts, 1941-1945
BOX I:M8 Kits, directories, handbooks, and manuals
Administrative and Clerical Council material
(2 folders)
“Adopt-a-Child” kit
BOX I:M9 Directories, 1955-1960
Equal Opportunity Day kit (1 folder and 1 notebook)
Grooming guide
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