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Subject File, 1884-1962 (continued)
Southwest Community House, Washington, D.C., 1948-1951 (continued)
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BOX 26 REEL 19 Terrell, Mary Church, biographical and testimonial file
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Third National Congress of Mothers, Washington, D.C., 1899
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Trip to Europe, 1919
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War Camp Community Service, 1918-1919
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Washington Fellowship, newsletter, Washington, D.C., 1947-1952
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Washington Interracial Workshop, Washington, D.C., 1952
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Woman's Centennial Congress, New York, N.Y., 1940
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BOX 27 REEL 20 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1919-1921 , undated
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Women's Joint Legislative Committee for Equal Rights, minutes, 1946-1947
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World Fellowship of Faiths and World Fellowship, Inc., 1933-1948
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Miscellaneous **note: appears on film at end of Box 27 (after College Writings, 2 of 2)**
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BOX 27-38 REEL 20-28 Speeches and Writings, 1866-1953
Holograph and typescript copies of essays, speeches, articles, poems, and short stories.
Arranged chronologically when dated and otherwise alphabetically by type or title of material. Includes drafts of her autobiography, A Colored Woman in a White World, and printed copies of some of her writings arranged chronologically.
BOX 27 REEL 20 Early writings, circa 1876
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College writings, circa 1880-1884
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1891, "Another Glimpse of the Old World"
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1893 , Introducing Ida Wells Barnett to deliver an address on lynching
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1897, Sept. 15 , President's first address to the National Association of Colored Women
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[ 1898 ], "An If or Two"
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[ 1899, July 15 , Preparations for Second Convention of National Association of Colored Women]
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1899, Aug. , "The Duty of the National Association of Colored Women to the Race"
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1899, Sept. 2 , "The Second Convention of the National Association of Colored Women"
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1899-1920 , "The Progress and Problems of Colored Women"
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1899-1945 and undated, "The Progress and Problems of Colored Women"
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[ circa 1900 , The Race Problem in the United States]
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circa 1900 , Greetings from the National Association of Colored Women to the National Council of Women
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1901, July , Third Address to the National Association of Colored Women
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1902, Apr. 29 , [Appeal for Animal Day]
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BOX 28 REEL 21 1904, June 13 , Address to be Delivered at the International Congress of Women in Berlin, Germany [also German translation]
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[ circa 1903 , 1924 , and undated], "Uncle Sam and the Sons of Ham"
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1904, Aug. 10 , Address at Reception Given in [Terrell's] honor at the Metropolitan Church
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1904, Sept. 10 , Remarks Made at the Dedication of the Washington Conservatory of Music
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1904, Oct. 20 , Remarks Made at Birthday Celebration of Late Rev. W. W. Browne
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[ 1904 , Address Before a London Audience]
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[ 1904 ], "Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, the Anglo-African Composer"
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[1904] , "Lynching from a Negro's Point of View"
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BOX 29 REEL 21 [ circa 1904 ], "A Colored Woman's Visit to the Countess of Warwick"
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1904 , "The Strongest for the Weakest"
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1905, Feb. 13 , Remarks Made at the Dinner given by the Women's Henry George League
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1905, Apr. 9 , Address Delivered at the National Council of Women Convention
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1905, Nov. 2 , "Difficulties of Negroes in the United States, a word about Lynching"
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[ 1905 ], "The Concerts Recently Conducted in Washington by the Anglo-African Composer, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor"
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[ 1905 ], "A Plea for the White South by a Colored Woman"
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[ 1905 ], "Purity and the Negro"
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[ 1905 ], Remarks Made at the Centenary of William Lloyd Garrison's Birth
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[ 1905 and undated], "How, When, Why, and Where Black Becomes White"
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[ circa 1905 , In Defense of the Colored Superintendent of Washington, D.C.'s Colored Schools]
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[ circa 1905 ], "Opportunities of Service Opening in the South"
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[ circa 1905 ], "Lynching"
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1906, Feb. 1 , Address at Cooper Institute ... to Protest against the Disfranchisement of Colored Men in the South
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1906, Feb. 25 , Remarks Made at Memorial Meeting for Paul Laurence Dunbar
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1906, Mar. 10 , Good Citizenship from a Woman's Point of View
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1906, Mar. 25 , Remarks Made at the Memorial Services Held in Honor of Susan B. Anthony in New York City
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1906 Spring, "Concerning Extemporaneous Speeches"
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