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Mary Church Terrell papers, 1851-1962

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Speeches and Writings, 1866-1953 (continued)
[ 1899, July 15 , Preparations for Second Convention of National Association of Colored Women] (continued)
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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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1907, Apr. 29 , "The Negro Woman and the Church"
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[ 1907, July 8 ], The Fifth Biennial of the National Association of Colored Women
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[ 1907 ], "Sketch of Mingo Saunders, Late 1st Sargeant, Co. B 25th"
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[ 1907 ], "Peonage in the United States"
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[ 1908 ], "The Woman Suffrage Movement and Frederick Douglass"
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1909, Feb. 5 , Remarks on Lincoln ... Before the Alumni Association of Walden University
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1909, May 17 , Remarks Made at the Dedication of the New Mott School
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1910, Apr. 10 , Introduction to Address on Woman Suffrage Delivered to the Teachers of Public Schools of Washington, D.C.
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[ circa 1910-1920 ], "Colored Women"
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[circa 1911, June ], "The Centenary of the Birth of Harriet Beecher Stowe"
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[ 1911 ], "Harriet Beecher Stowe"
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[ 1912 ], "The Progressive Party and the Negro, Aftermath of the Chicago Convention"
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1915, Sept. 28, Remarks Made ... at the Presentation of a Flag to the Pupils of M Street High School ...
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1917, Feb. 12 , Remarks Made at the Dedication of the Miner Normal School
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[ circa 1918 ], "The Race Problem and the War"
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1919, Nov. 10 , Remarks Delivered for the Moorman-Harper Co.
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[ 1919 , Report on Zurich Conference]
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[ 1919 , Speech and Resolution Presented at International Woman's Congress, Zurich, in German and French]
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1920, June 24 , Remarks Made at the Dunbar High School in Complimenting Mrs. Coralie Franklin Cook
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1920, Oct. 12 , Campaign Speech Made at Newport, Rhode Island
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1920, Oct. 13 , Statement of the Treatment ... Received at the Hands of ...[a] Ticket Agent at Dover, Del.
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[ 1920, Oct. 26 , Black People and Arguments by Democrats in Favor of the League of Nations]
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1920, Nov. 12 , Remarks made in Portsmouth, Va.
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[ circa 1920 ], "The Racial Worm Turns"
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1921, Nov. 13 , Remarks Made at Mass Meeting [on the Subject of War]
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[ circa 1921 ], "An Appeal to Colored Women to Vote and do their Duty in Politics"
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1922, June , Remarks Made to Dunbar High School Graduates
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[ 1923 ], "Aunt Dinah and Dilsey Discuss the Problem"
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