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Mary Church Terrell papers, 1851-1962

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Speeches and Writings, 1866-1953 (continued)
1920, Nov. 12 , Remarks made in Portsmouth, Va. (continued)
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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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1923 , "Lynching"
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[ 1923 ], "The Black Mammy Monument"
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1924, Apr. 14 , Remarks made at Meeting Called by Kelly Miller at the John Wesley A.M.E. Church to Protest against Segregation
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1924, Sept. 22 , Remarks Made at Fort Stevens
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[circa 1924, Nov. ], "Some Facts for Colored Women to Think About"
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1924, Oct. , Talk Made during the Coolidge-Dawes Campaign
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1925, Jan. 28 , "The Right Road"
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BOX 30 REEL 21 1925 , 1928 , 1945 and undated, "Moral Courage"
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1927 , 1928 , "Shall We Think?"
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[ 1927 , Report on Purity Conference]
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[ 1926 ], "What the Colored Woman can and Should Do at the Polls"
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1928, Feb. 24 , "Personal Recollections of Paul Laurence Dunbar"
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1928, July 29 , Remarks Made at the 32nd Anniversary of the National Association of Colored Women
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1928, July 31 , "The 32nd Anniversary of the National Association of Colored Women"
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[ 1928-1929 ], "Phyllis Wheatley, the African Poetess"
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BOX 30 REEL 22 1928-1929 , "Up to Date"
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1929, Jan. 26 , Talk for Community Chest over Radio in Washington, D.C.
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1929, Mar. 6 , John R. Hawkins Banquet
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1929, Mar. 31 , "Dr. George Washington Carver of Tuskegee"
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1925, Mar. 20 , Talk to Young Men of Howard University (Academic Department)
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[ 1925 , Anticipating the 14th Biennial of the National Association of Colored Women]
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[ 1925 ], "Colored College Women in Politics"
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[circa 1929, Oct. ], "Charles S. Deneen's Senate Record"
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[ 1929 ], "The Question Mark"
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[ 1929 ], "Ernest Everest Just"
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[ 1929 ], "The [16th] Biennial of the National Association of Colored Women"
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[ 1929 ], "Dr. George W. Carver, the Man Who can make 200 Products from the Peanut"
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[ circa 1929 ], "Charles S. Deneen as a State's Attorney"
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[ 1929-1930 , Campaign Speeches for Ruth Hanna McCormick for Senator]
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1930, Mar. 3 , "Crispus Attucks" and "What Countries Have Done for Emancipated Slaves"
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[ 1930 , Taft Befriended Disgraced Troops]
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1931, Mar. 10 and undated, [The Lincoln Memorial Congregational Church]
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1931 , "The Recent Celebration of Tuskegee's Fiftieth Anniversary"
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[ 1932, Oct. , Speech to the Women of the Eastern Division of the Republican Party]
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[ 1932 , Why Colored People Should Vote Republican]
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[ 1932 ], "Some Facts for Colored People to Think About"
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[ 1932 ], "Something for Colored People to Think About"
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"Clarence Cameron White, a Colored Musician, Wins the David Bispham Medal ... for the Best Opera Written by an American in 1932"
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[ 1932 ], "George Washington's Colored Soldiers"
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[ 1932 , In Defense of the Republican Ticket]
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[ 1932 ], "Colored People and World Peace, or Colored Women and World Peace"
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1933, Aug. 30 , "Solving the Colored Woman's Problem"
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1933, Dec. 3 , "Address ... at the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Opening of Classes at Oberlin College"
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1934, May 25 , Address at the Commencement of the Nurses ... at the Providence Hospital of Baltimore
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1934, June 23 , Remarks Made at the Testimonial to Leroy Halbert at the John Marshall Church
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[ 1934-1954 and undated, Reminiscences of Frederick Douglass]
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[ 1935, Mar. ], "What the Julius Rosenwald Fund is Doing"
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1935, Oct. 11 , Remarks Made ... at the Dedication of the Robert H. Terrell Law School
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1935, Oct. , "The One Hundredth Anniversary of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church"
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[ 1935 ], "The Composer of the First Negro Symphony Ever Written"
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1936, May 3 , "The Story of a Church Which has Arranged for an Attendance of 10000 People at its Conference in New York City"
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1936, Oct. 2 , "Don't Mind Your Own Business"
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1936, Dec. 15 , Remarks Made ... at the Unveiling of Portraits of Recorders of Deeds
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[ 1936 ], "Some Facts to Think About"
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[ 1936 ], "Howard University's New Chemistry Building and its Growth"
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[ 1936 , The New Deal]
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BOX 31 REEL 22 [ circa 1936 ], "The Scottsboro Case"
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