The Library of Congress >  Researchers >  Search Finding Aids  >  Mary Church Terrell papers, 1851-1962

Mary Church Terrell papers, 1851-1962

Contact UsHelpSearch All Finding Aids
ContainerContents
Speeches and Writings, 1866-1953 (continued)
[ circa 1941-1945 , The Race Problem and War] (continued)
Digital content available
1942, Apr. 5 , "Facing Facts -- National Association of College Women"
Digital content available
1942, Nov. 19 , Talk to Terrell Junior High School
Digital content available
1943, Nov. 12 , Remarks ... at the Meeting in Honor of the 128th Anniversary of the Birth of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Digital content available
1944, Feb. 14 , "The Negro Soldier Today and in the Past"
Digital content available
1943, Aug. 4 , "If I Were Young Again"
Digital content available
1944, June 23 , "Launching of the Liberty Ship, Harriet Tubman"
Digital content available
1944, Oct. 13 , "Human Relations in Transition to Peace"
Digital content available
1944, Nov. 26 , Talk to Hampton Alumni Association
Digital content available
1945, Feb. 2 , Address to the Mid Year Graduating Class of the Banneker Junior High School
Digital content available
1945, May 27 , Manassas, Virginia, Commencement Address
Digital content available
1945 , Remarks at 49th Anniversary of the National Association of Colored Women in Washington
Digital content available
[ circa 1940-1945 , A Just Peace for Blacks]
Digital content available
1946, July 27-28 , "The Fiftieth Anniversary of the National Association of Colored Women"
Digital content available
1946, Aug. 5 , "An Appeal to Colored Women to Vote"
Digital content available
[ 1946 ], "A Colored Woman Travels America (United States)"
Digital content available
1947, Jan. 11 , Celebration of the 34th Anniversary of Delta Sigma Theta
Digital content available
1947, June 9 , Remarks at Interchurch Fellowship Group
Digital content available
1947, Oct. 4 , "Want to Be an Author?"
Digital content available
1947, June 24 , Address of Welcome to the 38th Annual Conference of the NAACP
Digital content available
[ 1947 , The History and Duty of the National Association of Colored Women]
Digital content available
[ 1947 , 1952 , 1953 and undated, Scripts of Radio Broadcasts]
Digital content available
1948, Mar. 10 , [Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee on the Equal Rights Amendment]
Digital content available
1948, Aug. 19 , Remarks at Highland Beach
Digital content available
1948, Oct. 10 , Remarks Made at the Unveiling of Mary McLeod Bethune's Portrait
Digital content available
1948, Oct. 15 , Remarks at Julia West Hamilton Banquet
Digital content available
1948, Dec. 5 , Remarks at Founders' Day Celebration of the National Council of Negro Women
Digital content available
1948, Dec. 29 , Remarks Made at the College Alumnae Luncheon
Digital content available
[ 1948 ], "Something About Our Name"
Digital content available
1949, Feb. 11-12 , Remarks Made at the Elks, Civil Rights Meeting
Digital content available
[ 1949, Mar. 1 , Acceptance of Chairmanship of the Committee to Free Rosa Ingram]
Digital content available
1949, June 22 , Address to the National Committee to Free the Ingram Family
Digital content available
1949, Aug. 29 , Remarks at First Meeting of the New Washington Branch of the AAUW
Digital content available
1949, Sept. 19 , Presentation of Ingram's Brief
Digital content available
1949, Oct. 17 , Remarks at Dinner Given by the National Association of Colored Women in Honor of Mary Church Terrell
Digital content available
[ circa 1949 , Petition to the U.N. Protesting Discrimination in the U.S. and the Rosa Ingram Case]
Digital content available
[ circa 1949 ], "Senator Benton's Appeal to the Senate to Pass the F.E.P.C. Bill"
Digital content available
1950, May 17 , [Welcome to the 10th Session of the Annual Conference of the Methodist Church]
Digital content available
1950, June 8 , [Remarks at] First Annual Dinner, the Central Alumni Association of Howard University
Digital content available
[circa 1950, June ], "Concerning the Supreme Court's Decision Opening Southern Institutions to Colored Students"
Digital content available
1950, Sept. 24 , Remarks Made at Celebration of 104th Birthday of Adelaide Johnson
Digital content available
1950, Oct. 6 , Address for the Maryland Committee for Peace
Digital content available
1950, Nov. 20 , Remarks Made at the Dedication of the Kelly Miller Junior High School
Digital content available
[ circa 1950 ], "What is the Missing or Lost Law?"
Digital content available
[ 1950 ], Phyllis Wheatley Broadcast
Digital content available
[ 1950 ], "Dr. Sara W. Brown"
Digital content available
1951, Mar. 18 , Broadcast over Station WOOK [Concerning the Fight Against Jim Crow]
Digital content available
1951, Apr. 29 , Woman's Day Talk
Digital content available
1951, May 19 , Mother-Daughter Luncheon
Digital content available
BOX 32 REEL 23 1951, June 15 , Mass Meeting [Celebrating "Lost Law" Decision]
Digital content available
1951, Sept. 23 , Broadcasting Celebrating [Terrell's] 88th Birthday Over WOOK
Digital content available
1951, Spring, "About People Who Won't Sit Down to Eat"
Digital content available
1951, Dec. 7 , Remarks at Victory After Vision Dinner Given by the Tuesday Evening Club of Social Workers
Digital content available
1951, Dec. 10 , Tribute to Miss Valerie Chase--Principal of Terrell Junior High School
Digital content available
1952, Jan. 13 , Testimonial to Margaret Key Kelson
Digital content available
1952, Apr. 7 , Remarks on ... Birthday Party [of] Janet McKelvey Swift
Digital content available
1952, Sept. 8 , "The American Psychological Association and Washington"
Digital content available
[ 1952 , Vote for Harriman and Home Rule]
Digital content available
[ 1952 , Endorsement of Adlai Stevenson for President]
Digital content available
1953, Mar. 8 , Remarks Made at Farewell Reception to Annie Stein
Digital content available
1953, June 20 , Remarks at the Luncheon in Chicago to Honor Irene McCoy Gaines
Digital content available
Undated
[Address to Raise Funds for a Home for Delinquent Girls]
Digital content available
Address to the Graduates of Mrs. Smallwood's Sewing School
Next Page »

Contents List