Brenetta Howell Barrett Papers

Dates: 1932-2013
Size: 61 linear feet (93 archival boxes)
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois 60628
Collection Number: 2007/08
Provenance: Deed of gift from Brenetta Howell Barrett, June 25, 2007. Additional material received February 2013
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Brenetta Howell Barrett Papers [Box #, Folder #], Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature
Processed by: Jeanie Child, Harsh Archival Processing Project; supervised by Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Harsh Archival Processing Project, 2013

Biographical Note

As a Black woman who lived most of her life on Chicago's West Side, Brenetta Howell Barrett spent more than sixty years working to bring civil liberties, equal rights, and economic justice to her neighborhood, her city of Chicago, and her world. She recognized the issues afflicting her community, whether the problem was segregated schools, job discrimination, or the HIV/AIDS epidemic. She flourished as an activist, grammar school parent, journalist, community organizer, political candidate, fundraiser, agency executive, and nonprofit board member. Barrett's special gift involved bringing diverse constituencies together so that grassroots people, government officials, and board members could mutually solve problems.

Born Brenetta Pearl Brooks in Chicago on 1932 June 28, she grew up at 43rd and Lawrence with her six sisters in the South Side home of her parents, Barissa ("B.B.") and Arthemise Butler Brooks. Her musically gifted mother supported gender and racial empowerment through a number of organizations, as well as campaigning for progressive candidates. Her father, a self-employed contractor and custodian, was a locally admired skilled craftsman who gave Brenetta hands-on guidance in business entrepreneurship. As "the world's greatest listener and watcher," Barrett quickly mastered her grammar-school curriculum at Forestville Elementary School, even skipping a grade. Just after she enrolled at DuSable High School, she experienced a life-changing event. She attended a school assembly performance by singer and activist Paul Robeson. Robeson's inspiring, masterful presentation of his global musical repertoire lifted her far above the racial divisions of 1940s Chicago, to a universal spiritual ideal. Barrett credits this new awareness with guiding her life work.

Eager to pursue a career in journalism, Barrett joined the school newspaper staff. Before leaving DuSable she turned to another career interest, medicine, and completed several classes at Century College of Medical Technology in Chicago. She continued at St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing in Kankakee, Illinois until lack of funding and local racism caused her to stop. In her late teens Barrett decided to answer an ad for an apartment in the North Lawndale neighborhood on the West Side. She moved there and quickly established Chicago's West Side as her lifelong home. In 1951 she married Jesse L. Howell. By June 1959 their family numbered four children: Cynthia Therese, Abiiba Sharonne Marie, Kevin Lawrence, and Viveca Lynne.

During the 1950s Barrett also created the foundations for her multiple careers in journalism, social welfare, and independent politics, while sharpening her talent for community organization and fundraising. In 1956 she joined the social group work staff at Marcy Center Settlement House in North Lawndale. The next year, she was hired as a reporter by Augustus "Gus" Savage, publisher of the Lawndale Booster, where she soon was given responsibility for editing, writing a column, and carrying out the paper's community organization initiatives. In 1961 she spent a year as Attorney Chester L. Blair's legal secretary and began working for the Chicago Urban League as field secretary for voter registration.

Jesse and Brenetta Howell divorced in 1968. By that time she had already been forced to support her children by becoming a public welfare recipient. But locating on the West Side had placed Brenetta Howell (Barrett) in the heart of Chicago's civil rights movement. The West Side was home to thousands of African Americans from Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama. They came to Chicago seeking economic opportunity and full citizenship but instead found overcrowded and segregated schools, job discrimination, and government corruption.

As her children entered public grammar school Barrett quickly stepped into PTA leadership roles. She then organized Westside Parents Council for Integrated Schools. This protest group participated in the citywide movement to fight overcrowding created by the Chicago Public Schools Superintendent Benjamin Willis' segregationist policies. Despite her status as a "welfare mom," Barrett played key leadership roles along with Al Raby, Bennett Johnson, Timuel Black, Jesse Jackson, and other founders of the Chicago Freedom Movement, a civil rights coalition of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and the Coordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO). She also worked with the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE).

As Chicago regional director for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP, 1964-1968), Barrett worked to create national NAACP support for these local struggles. In 1963 she was one of the founders of Chicago's Protest at the Polls organization, which promoted voter registration and independent political candidates as part of the national civil rights struggle. Barrett herself then ran for Congress in an effort to dislodge the white Democratic Party Machine incumbent--and lost, despite the latter's death days before the election.

In 1965 Barrett joined the staff of the Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO), a nonprofit formed by business leaders to help minority businesses qualify for federally funded contracts. As manager of CEDCO's West Side branch, Barrett helped establish training programs and application procedures for contractors and other local business owners. Her West Side branch soon produced nearly 70 per cent of four branches' total service output. Barrett also organized and obtained funding for the West Side Builders Association (1967), Chicago's first successful organization of Black construction contractors. She also addressed the inadequate public transportation situation on the West Side by co-founding the Chicago Independent Transportation Survey. This research group produced detailed reports of both jitney and "gypsy" taxicab operations there, with recommendations for mainstreaming them to benefit both consumers and the industry.

In the forefront of the struggle for gender equality, Barrett joined with Doris Saunders, Lenora Cartwright, Theresa F. Hooks, Jorja English [Palmer], Nancy Jefferson, and Edith Sampson to found Black Sisters United. She also co-founded the League of Black Women. Barrett joined forces in the 1970s with Citizens for Medical Control of Abortion and the Abortion Rights Association to lay groundwork for the Roe vs. Wade effort. By 1970 she also had launched her own company, "Affairs Unlimited," an event planning business that organized fundraisers, galas, and award programs. In 1970 she married Marvin Barrett; the couple later divorced.

Following her early work on the Lawndale Booster, Barrett moved on to serve several other local newspapers as news reporter, columnist, or editor, including the Austin Voice, Chicago Enterprise, Muhammad Speaks, the Star, West Side Gazette, and West Town Journal. As West Side Editor, she managed the Chicago Daily Defender's West Side Office, from which she contributed her weekly West Side news column (1964). In 1969 she became vice-president of Path Press, a Chicago-based publisher of important African American works founded by her Booster colleague Bennett Johnson and Herman C. Gilbert.

In 1972 Barrett campaigned successfully for her New Chicago Delegation seat at the Democratic National Convention. She was the only delegate from Illinois pledged to Congresswoman and U.S. Presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm. The next year newly elected Illinois Governor Daniel Walker appointed her to his cabinet. Barrett served as Director of the Governor's Office of Human Resources (not the state's personnel office). She headed multiple programs outside of the city of Chicago concerned with minority business enterprise, equal economic opportunity, and public health, all derived from federal funding mandates. In 1975, Barrett became the first executive director of the Chicago Black United Fund, created within the National Black United Fund to offer fundraising and grant support to nonprofit organizations in the African American community.

Active on the Committee for a Black Mayor, Barrett helped Gus Savage persuade State Senator Harold Washington to launch his first mayoral campaign in 1976. Barrett handled Washington's campaign scheduling, fundraising, and publicity. She organized supporters through the West Side Coalition for Unity and Political Action. Washington's 1977 race, though unsuccessful, was the foundation for his election in 1983.

During the 1970s Barrett continued to assist new advocacy organizations with West Side roots, including Introspect Youth Services (providing access to higher education opportunities), and Sally Johnson's Magic, Inc. (offering training and job placement in construction trades for Midwest women). She was an early member of the Westside Association for Community Action (WACA). As vice-president of the Third World Conference she worked with president and founder Roger K. Oden to provide an annual conference for international members to meet, including students.

When the 28th Ward Alderman died in office in 1980, Barrett filed suit to force an interim election in order to restore City Council representation to the ward's constituents. She ran for the opening unsuccessfully as independent candidate. That year she also managed her colleague Gus Savage's winning congressional campaign. As administrator and director of Savage's 2nd Illinois Congressional District Office, she worked with the Congressional Black Caucus on issues of economic empowerment and equal employment opportunity.

In 1982 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation (GEC) engaged Barrett to foster minority business entrepreneurship by providing training in business and contract application procedures. She first headed the Gary (Indiana) Minority Business Development Center, and, as GEC vice president, oversaw the management consulting division in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Missouri. In 1983 and 1987 Barrett was a close advisor to Harold Washington in his campaigns for mayor. As Chicago's first African American mayor, Washington appointed Barrett to the Private Industry Council of Chicago in 1986, and then named her Commissioner of the City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services. Barrett served a tumultuous term under Washington and his successor, Mayor Eugene Sawyer (1987-1989). As Commissioner she was responsible for city licensing, inspection, and legislation to protect transportation, food, and the environment. She is remembered for the thousands of new taxicab medallions made available to independent taxicab drivers, and for enforcing food safety regulations. She also trained inspectors and taxi drivers, expanded local farmers markets, and fought industry resistance to toxic waste cleanup.

The 1990s brought together Barrett's lifelong interest in health-related issues and belief in grassroots community organization. In 1991 she became assistant to the executive director of the Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center. To this locally based West Side facility Barrett provided access to fundraising, training, and vigorous public relations. Through her active membership in the Third Unitarian Church, in the West Side's Austin neighborhood, she recruited support for local West Side initiatives involving health and violence issues. Through the church's popular "Forum" series she helped promote dialogue on current issues of international importance. Barrett founded the National Association of Black Consumer Organizations, with a particular focus on reducing health-threatening violence created in, and directed against, the Black community. In the mid-1990s she was hired as executive director of the Illinois branch of the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL).

In the 1990s, the worldwide HIV/AIDS epidemic spread through the West Side's neighborhoods. Harriet Tubman Place, a local organization that provided HIV/AIDS support services to teens and young adults from GLBT sexual minorities, named Barrett Chief Operating Officer to boost funding and outreach. In 1998 Barrett established and directed Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF) to provide grant funding and professional support to local West Side organizations involved in fighting HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases, and related issues of youth violence, drug addiction, and poor nutrition. In 1998 Barrett entered the race for Cook County Commissioner, drawing attention to the need for countywide cooperation in the fight against HIV/AIDS and other public health issues.

The New Millennium found her characteristically involved with another local organization, Operation Salvation that secured use of empty space in Austin Community Academy High School to offer at-risk youth classes in life skills needed for adulthood. Through her work with PPEF, Barrett was appointed to the Illinois Disproportionate Justice Impact Study Commission. After 2000 she maintained active roles in many voluntary organizations addressing issues with which she had always been deeply involved. Those include the Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, the Third Unitarian Church, the Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, and the Westside HIV/AIDS Regional Planning Council (WHARP). Barrett continued to write for the Voice newspapers and to collaborate with Voice initiatives, such as the Community Builders Luncheon awards.

Barrett never pursued an academic path to prominence. She selected a wide array of formal and informal course offerings in business, journalism, law, social welfare, and health promotion while building a strong network of friends who were local scholars and activists. Barrett described this strategy as her ad hoc approach to higher education. She indeed expressed herself in all media with great clarity and grace.

She brought her sense of integrity to work in city and state governments, including those weakened by corruption. She approached needy neighbors, powerful CEOs, and federal bureaucrats alike with the same high ethical expectations she required of herself. During almost any year of her long career, one could find Brenetta Howell Barrett simultaneously serving as a paid administrator of a nonprofit organization, sitting as a board member of numerous others, and planning a grassroots protest action. She could be organizing a new initiative to remedy problems ignored by governmental bodies, fundraising for yet other struggling groups, and campaigning for an independent political candidate (perhaps herself). And, as those close to her know, she effectively involved her four children and their families in these successful, significant activities.

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Scope and Content Note

The Brenetta Howell Barrett Papers offer remarkably rich documentation of nearly 150 organizations from Chicago's West Side as well as another 125 groups both local and national, some dating back to the 1950s. These records of Barrett's work fill in the void that often exists between official bylaws and the posed photos of galas in the Sunday press. Significant records of her work include leadership in Chicago's civil rights movement as well as key roles in such organizations as the Chicago Black United Fund and the Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund, the Harold Washington mayoral campaigns and the Westside Association for Community Action. These unique materials reveal a West Side through its people, their hundreds of names listed therein as volunteers, activists, donors, and praise singers. Study of these papers will illuminate the intricate web created as West Side citizens formed coalitions and built social infrastructure to sustain their community over half a century.

Researchers should be aware that this collection when received possessed no internal arrangement. During archival processing, the Brenetta Howell Barrett Papers were arranged into the following series:

Series 1: Biography and Family History, 1932-2011

Sub-series 1: Brenetta Howell Barrett biographical material

In this series, voluminous yet highly detailed resume materials provide valuable information that supplements somewhat sketchy data from various organization files. Most resumes list Barrett's paid jobs, unpaid directorships, education, consulting work, voluntary memberships, and awards. Date spans are frequently given for employment, volunteer work, membership, and campaigns. Such information can be coordinated with material in Series 5 and 8 to provide a more complete picture of Barrett's wide-ranging work history.

Folders containing Barrett's educational history illustrate the diverse coursework Barrett pursued throughout life. Relatively little data exists from the years more recent than 2000. The clippings in this series focus on Barrett's unaffiliated activities and a few earlier events in her life; but most clippings in this collection are filed with the organization or activity they represent.

A few of Barrett's many awards are included here. See also Series 15, Memorabilia, and also the awards listed in her resumes.

Sub-series 2: Family of Brenetta Howell Barrett

Brenetta Howell Barrett involved her four children closely in her work while they were relatively young, and they and their own families remained actively involved during adulthood. Therefore the researcher will find relevant information within various organizational files. Aside from Barrett's birth certificate, material in this series is limited mainly to funeral programs, a small amount of family correspondence, event programs, and awards. Files for Barrett's four children are more extensive (Cynthia Therese, Abiiba Sharonne Marie, Kevin Lawrence, and Viveca Lynne). The researcher should consult the "Brooks Family Album" for the family ancestry and relationships. For more about family members see also Series 14, Photographs, and Series 12, Barrett's personal correspondence.

Series 2: Manuscripts by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1960-2002

Sub-series 1: Speeches by Brenetta Howell Barrett

Series 2 provides nearly fifty speeches, from fully typed to handwritten drafts to index cards. Topics include Barrett's life and work issues, such as minority and small business, civil liberties, public health, education, and special holidays or civic events. The speeches are arranged chronologically.

Sub-series 2: Other writings by Brenetta Howell Barrett

Newspaper columns, editorials, and news reports provided here do not represent all of Barrett's journalistic work. Many organization files (Series 5 and 8) contain press releases and other public relations texts prepared by Barrett, although some are unsigned. The researcher should examine the serial publications in Series 7 and 11, as well as historic newspaper indexes online (such as the Chicago Defender). Most of the poems in this series were written by Barrett for family occasions or funerals.

Sub-series 3: Writings by other persons

These works include the poem "I Walk Tall" by Dr. Margaret Burroughs, unpublished.

Series 3: Event Programs Related to Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1963-2011

Events in which Barrett was recognized, and those in which she presented programming herself, are included in this series. The "Kafee Klats" cabaret party in 1963, and the DePriest Douglass Center recognition dinner of 1973, are notable. Additional event programs are filed with their respective organizations.

Series 4: Political Campaigns by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1962-1998

The material in this series was created during Barrett’s own campaigns for office. It includes the Protest at the Polls campaign (1963-1964), her 1969 slogan "no brick on my tongue," and Barrett's 1980 campaign for 37th Ward Alderman. The materials include press releases, fundraising records, court documents from legal challenges, lists of volunteers, and election data. See also Series 5 and 8 (Organizations) for various campaign organizations that Barrett supported; Series 14, Photographs, for campaign events; and Series 15, Memorabilia, for campaign posters, buttons, etc.

Series 5: West Side Organization Files (nonprofit, business, government, political)

1950s-2012

The files of some 150 various organizations rooted in West Side neighborhoods make up this series. The organizations include both commercial and nonprofit, private and governmental groups. The files of these organizations vary greatly in volume and content, depending partly upon Barrett's degree of involvement and partly upon losses of many earlier records before the collection was accessioned. A number of West Side groups employed Barrett at some point, such as the Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Marcy Center Settlement House, and Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (founded by Barrett). However, Barrett also carried out a variety of roles while serving many organizations over a period of time: founder, administrator, publicist, fundraiser and/or grant writer, or consultant. Researchers may verify this work history in Series 1 (resumes). On the other hand, files of hierarchical organizations such as the NAACP, CEDCO, YWCA, and Malcolm X College relate to both the West Side and to a wider area, and therefore may contain multiple levels of information ranging from local to national and reflecting Barrett's level of involvement.

Series 5 materials have been arranged alphabetically by organization name, and usually chronologically within folders. Contents of most organization folders may contain any of the great variety of materials potentially available in these files. That includes board meeting minutes and agendas; correspondence and memos; committee records; audit reports; training sessions; fundraising materials; lists of members; volunteers; staff; and donors; grant applications; event program booklets; court documents; clippings; flyers; and newsletters. Only the organizations providing the bulkiest records display the specific contents on the file folders. The largest organizational groups include Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Harriet Tubman Place, Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund, and Third Unitarian Church. These materials are arranged as closely as possible to original function.

Records revealing some of Barrett's earliest activities in the 1950s include files of the Westside Parents for Integrated Schools, the NAACP, Marcy Center Settlement House, the Lawndale Booster newspaper, and the Independent Civic Committee. Also in this series are two folders labeled "businesses" and "churches" which provide a wide selection of information about particular organizations that may or may not be related to Barrett's work.

West Side politicians, many of whom Barrett worked to elect, are listed in a second sub-series at the end of Series 5.

Series 6: West Side Event Programs, 1963-2013

Programs in this series were produced for a single event by an organization not represented in Series 5, or else they involved a single event created through joint sponsorship. Of note is the memorial program held to honor murdered alderman Benjamin F. Lewis (1963).

Series 7: West Side Serial Publications, 1961-2012

Serial publications are arranged alphabetically by title, then chronologically within.

Almost no West Side serials in this collection date from the 1950s, 1960s, or 1970s. Exceptions are the Chicago News Star (1961) and Black Truth (1970). The Austin Voice, Austin Weekly News, and [Chicago] Westside Journal provide a detailed view of many activities and issues in the West Side's neighborhoods of Lawndale, East and West Garfield, and Austin. The issues comprising this series mostly include articles relating to Barrett's work. The West Side Journal in particular hosted Barrett's op-ed columns for a time in the late 1970s. A few individual issues are not complete, the partial editions being included because of their informational content. Barrett's first employer, the Lawndale Booster, is not represented in this series, but the researcher may see also the file of the Lawndale Booster office in the organizational records of Series 5.

Series 8: Organization Files, general (nonprofit, business, governmental, political), 1959-2013

Barrett worked as consultant, executive director, board member, and active member with a number of national associations, including professional organizations like the National Black Nurses Association, or with groups promoting advocacy, such as the Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights. This series also includes governmental or quasi-governmental entities such as the Illinois Governor's Office of Human Resources, the Chicago Department of Consumer Services, the Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO), Globetrotters Engineering Corporation, and National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL), all in which Barrett worked.as paid employee. These materials provide records similar to those listed in Series 5.

Files of hierarchical organizations such as CEDCO, Chicago Black United Fund, and the Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights relate to both the West Side and to a wider area, and therefore may contain multiple levels of information ranging from local to national depending upon Barrett's involvement.

The many politicians with whom Barrett worked but not strictly West Side, such as Congressman Bobby Rush, are listed separately at the end of Series 8. Although Gus Savage (Lawndale Booster publisher and Congressman, 2nd District) had deep West Side roots, his record here reflects his South Side political activity.

Series 9: Event Programs (general), 1973-2003

Programs in this series were produced for a single event by an organization not represented in Series 5 or 8, or else involved a single event through joint sponsorship. Variety is the theme--fundraising, grammar school graduation, or tribute to a scholar. Event programs created by an organization have been placed in that organization's folder if there is one.

Series 10: Funeral Programs (general), 1963-2010

These programs are arranged alphabetically. Many represent persons close to Barrett's family, but the series includes both West Siders and a wider range. The researcher might note the programs of Richard Criley, Harry Gaynor, Rew Mae Hopkins, and Lawrence A. "Larry" Landry.

Series 11: Serial Publications (general), 1963-2012

The publications in this series loosely represent the issues in Barrett's work: public health, civil rights, gender equality. They are arranged alphabetically, except that the oversize periodicals are placed at the end of the series in a separate box.

Series 12: Personal Correspondence of Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1970-2007

Most items in this series were written not as part of an organization's activity, but rather as social greetings from individuals. They are arranged in alphabetical order. Some family members are included. Of interest are holiday Kwanzaa cards that appear to have been created by Brenetta Howell Barrett.

Series 13: Subject Research Files, 1948-2005

Informational material used by Barrett during her career, whose originating organization was unknown or not included in the collection, was arranged in this series. Government publications, newsclippings, and a few pamphlets are also included. The sub-series categories reflect Barrett's working issues.

Sub-series 1: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

"The CIA Off-Campus," an interview with Angela Davis, and an essay on South African apartheid by Prexy Nesbitt are but a few of the items in this sub-series.

Sub-series 2: Consumer Information

Sub-series 3: Education

Sub-series 4: Fund-raising

Sub-series 5: Health Care and Prevention

Sub-series 6: Local Government Information

Sub-series 7: Small/Minority Business

Sub-series 8: Pamphlets

A few pamphlets, possibly rare, are written by prominent activist authors such as Richard Criley, Harry M. Winslow, Gus Hall, Claude Lightfoot, and William L. Patterson. Also note examples of contemporary comic genre.

Series 14: Photographs (1932-2005)

Almost half of this series is devoted to Barrett's family. Many family snapshots also relate to the West Side and to Barrett's wider influence, through the active roles played in her work by a number of family members who appear in photos taken at various organizational events.

Barrett's impact through her City of Chicago and State of Illinois appointments is well illuminated in the professional photographs taken during training programs, conferences, farmer's markets, and other public activities. Barrett's overhauling of the city administration of taxicab licenses is also well documented. Her work in affirmative action is illustrated in the photographs of persons at events sponsored by the Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO) and Globetrotters Engineering Corporation. There also are views of the NAACP's West Side branch photographed in the early 1960s. Harold Washington's visit in 1986 to the 37th Ward campaign headquarters of Percy Giles provides views of several contemporary West Side political powerhouses, including Bobbie Steele and Art Turner. A number of other politically related events are also included in this series. In her work, Barrett reached out to persons with international reputation, such as Josephine Baker, Jocelyn Elders, and Lena Horne, who appear in several organizational photos. Third Unitarian Church features in a number of events included in this series.

Series 15: Memorabilia, 1944-2012

Most items in this series reflect the various organizations in which they were created. The bulk of the items come from political campaigns (e.g., posters, buttons, etc.), a number of which were designed by Barrett herself. Also of interest are two videos produced by Barrett's City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services staff (1987-1989) that depict how-to inexpensive weatherproofing of a city apartment and the smart way to build up personal financial credit. Also included are youthful drawings made by Barrett's grandsons.

Related materials:

Related materials at the Chicago Public Library include:

Related materials at other institutions include:

  • Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights Papers, Red Squad Collection, and Freedom Movement pamphlets, all housed at the Chicago History Museum

Container List

Series 1: Biography and Family History, 1932-2011

Box 1 Folder 1 Resumes with attached material [1964-1968]
Box 1 Folder 2 Resumes with attached material, 1970-1979
Box 1 Folder 3 Resumes with attached material, 1980-1989
Box 1 Folder 4 Resumes, no dates [1980s]
Box 1 Folder 5 Resumes, circa 1990
Box 1 Folder 6 Resumes with attached material, 1990-1991
Box 1 Folder 7 Resumes with attached material, 1994-1996
Box 1 Folder 8 Resumes with attached material, 1996
Box 1 Folder 9 Biographical sketches, 1986-2011
Box 1 Folder 10 Board memberships, 1962-1973
Box 2 Folder 1 Education--Malcolm X College (grade report), 1968-1971
Box 2 Folder 2 Education--Malcolm X College, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Report, 1971
Box 2 Folder 3 Education--DePaul University School for New Learning (enrollment and registration), 1975
Box 2 Folder 4 Education--DePaul University School for New Learning, Back to School Skills Clinic (math), 1975
Box 2 Folder 5 Education--DePaul University School for New Learning, Back to School Clinic (studentship), 1975
Box 2 Folder 6 Education--DePaul University School for New Learning, (Certificate, Law for Community Organizers and Developers), 1975
Box 2 Folder 7 Education--Howard University School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education (Certificate, Fundraising), 1976
Box 2 Folder 8 Education--Howard University School of Social Work (Certificate, Social Planning and Policy), 1977
Box 2 Folder 9 Education--Malcolm X College, Honorary Degree (Associate in Art, Community Services), 1985
Box 2 Folder 10 Education--Roosevelt University, Public Administration Program (course brochure and materials), 1990
Box 2 Folder 11 Education--Illinois House of Representatives Legislative Scholarship (rejection letter), 1990
Box 2 Folder 12 Education--Northeastern Illinois University, University without Walls (application notes and materials), 1993-1994
Box 2 Folder 13 Education--Northeastern Illinois University, University without Walls (draft application), 1994
Box 2 Folder 14 Education--Northeastern Illinois University, University without Walls (application addenda), 1994
Box 2 Folder 15 Education--Northeastern Illinois University, University without Walls (application copy), 1994
Box 2 Folder 16 Education--Chicago Department of Public Health, Division of HIV/AIDS Public Policy and Programs (workshop certificate), 1997
Box 2 Folder 17 Employment--Various job search correspondence and resumes, circa 1990
Box 3 Folder 1 Award/certificate--Marcy Center Certificate of Merit, 1960
Box 3 Folder 2 Award/certificate--Chicago Federation of Community Committees, 1970
Box 3 Folder 3 Award/certificate--Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry (minority youth),1971
Box 3 Folder 4 Award/certificate--WBEE Radio, 1973
Box 3 Folder 5 Award/certificate--Central YMCA College, 1973
Box 3 Folder 6 Award/certificate--Political Research Institute, 1973
Box 3 Folder 7 Award/certificate--Potential School for Exceptional Children, Inc., 1974
Box 3 Folder 8 Award/certificate--Chicago Public Library, George Cleveland Hall Branch; simultaneously awarded to Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF), 1976
Box 3 Folder 9 Award/certificate--Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., Sorority, 1976
Box 3 Folder 10 Award/certificate--Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO), 1976
Box 3 Folder 11 Award/certificate--Association of Foundation Executives, Inc., 1977
Box 3 Folder 12 Award/certificate--I AM THAT I AM Mission, 1978
Box 3 Folder 13 Award/certificate--Public Art Workshop "Share in the Future," 1979
Box 3 Folder 14 Award/certificate--Fred Hampton Scholarship Fund, 1980
Box 3 Folder 15 Award/certificate--University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Business Administration and University Extension, 1983
Box 3 Folder 16 Award/certificate--West Side Organization (WSO), 1984
Box 3 Folder 17 Award/certificate--Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1987
Box 3 Folder 18 Award/certificate--Muslim Center, West Side, 1987
Box 3 Folder 19 Award/certificate--Women Employed (Career Links), 1988
Box 3 Folder 20 Award/certificate--American Energy Awareness Month, 1988
Box 3 Folder 21 Award/certificate--Chicago Farmers Market Growers Committee, 1989
Box 3 Folder 22 Award/certificate--Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1991
Box 3 Folder 23 Award/certificate--Looking Backward to Move Forward (Bethel New Life), 1991
Box 3 Folder 24 Award/certificate--St. Benedict Elementary School, 1995
Box 3 Folder 25 Award/certificate--Austin Community Academy, 1998
Box 3 Folder 26 Award/certificate--Douglass Junior High Academy, 2004
Box 3 Folder 27 Award/certificate--Austin Community Academy High School, 2004
Box 3 Folder 28 Award/certificate--Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund, for work on Illinois Disproportionate Justice Impact Study Commission, 2010
Box 3 Folder 29 Award/certificate--South Austin Community Anti-Crime Program, undated
Box 3 Folder 30 Award/certificate--Nomination: Chicago Minority Business Development Center (MBDC) for Minority Business Advocate of the Year, 1987
Box 3 Folder 31 Commendations--1996, [2011]
Box 3 Folder 32 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4740 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 1966
Box 3 Folder 33 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4942 w. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 1986
Box 3 Folder 34 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4923 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 1989
Box 3 Folder 35 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4139 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 1991-1993
Box 3 Folder 36 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4139 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 1994
Box 3 Folder 37 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4139 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 1995-1997
Box 3 Folder 38 Documents and correspondence for Residence at 4139 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, Eddie South cooperative, 1998-2002
Box 3 Folder 39 Clippings (Austin Voice, Bilalian News, Chicago Courier, Crusader, Chicago Daily News, Free Press, Lawndale Drum, and The Star, as well as The Chicago Defender and Chicago Sun-Times,Jet, and Dollars and Sense), 1960-1969
Box 3 Folder 40 Clippings, continued, 1970-1979
Box 3 Folder 41 Clippings, continued, 1980-1989
Box 3 Folder 42 Clippings, continued, 1990-2012

Sub-series 2: Family of Brenetta Howell Barrett

Box 4 Folder 1 Birth Certificate for Brenetta Pearl Brooks, 1932
Box 4 Folder 2 Anthony, Jamillah Katyna Howell, 1976
Box 4 Folder 3 Brooks, Arlisa "Peter," 1983
Box 4 Folder 4 Brooks, Arthemise Alice Butler, 1996-1997
Box 4 Folder 5 Brooks, [A- ], 1991
Box 4 Folder 6 Brooks, Barissa "B.B.", 1989, undated
Box 4 Folder 7 Brooks, Cheryl Turner, 1997
Box 4 Folder 8 Brooks, Lapecer, 1993
Box 4 Folder 9 Brooks-James, Yolanda "Pepsi," 2010
Box 4 Folder 10 Butler, Alfred Calvin, 1996
Box 4 Folder 11 DuBose, Linda Darlene, 1984
Box 4 Folder 12 Garrison, Sidney, 2002 (note only)
Box 4 Folder 13 Glapion, Catherine Arlene, 1961, 1982, 2001
Box 4 Folder 14 Hartsfield, Thomas Lafayett [sic], 1989
Box 4 Folder 15 Henderson, Cynthia T., (King/Jackson), M.D., 1970-1989
Box 4 Folder 16 Henderson, Cynthia T., (King /Jackson), M.D., 1990-2003
Box 4 Folder 17 Herbert, Julius, 1985
Box 4 Folder 18 Herbert, Mary, 1984
Box 4 Folder 19 Hooper, Ernestine, 1991
Box 4 Folder 20 Howell, Abiiba Sharonne, 1963-1998
Box 4 Folder 21 Howell, Kevin Lawrence, Sr., [1980s]-1997
Box 4 Folder 22 Mayes, Viveca Lynne Howell (Gibson), 1982-2006
Box 4 Folder 23 Murphy, Claude J. (Rev.), 1973-1988
Box 4 Folder 24 Murphy, Corine Brooks, 1973-1988
Box 4 Folder 25 Brooks Family Album (genealogy), 1991
Box 4 Folder 26 Brooks Family data, notes, commercial material, 1987 and undated
Box 4 Folder 27 Brooks Martin Family reunion, 1991
Box 4 Folder 28 "The New World Book of Brooks" by Halbert's, circa 1998

Series 2: Manuscripts by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1960-2002

Sub-series 1: Speeches by Brenetta Howell Barrett

Box 5 Folder 1 Handwritten drafts on various topics, 1960-1992
Box 5 Folder 2 [No title] re: fair housing (notes only), 1965
Box 5 Folder 3 "Lowering Ladders for Future Leaders," 1973
Box 5 Folder 4 [No title] re: mental deficiency (notes only), 1973
Box 5 Folder 5 "The Minority Consultant: Setting the Pace for the Cities," 1974
Box 5 Folder 6 "Tomorrow's Woman and the Urban Challenge," 1974. SEE ALSO Box 66 Folder 5
Box 5 Folder 7 [No title] re: Association for Training and Development (ASTD) Black Caucus, 1978
Box 5 Folder 8 [No title] re: women in industry and construction trades (notes only), 1978
Box 5 Folder 9 [No title] re: Common Good (notes only), 1979
Box 5 Folder 10 "The CEDCO Outlook for Minority Business," [1970s]
Box 5 Folder 11 [No title or topic] notes only, for testimony on Department of Public Welfare and Legal Aid Bureau, [1970s]
Box 5 Folder 12 "Politics, Accountability, and the Black Professional," 1980
Box 5 Folder 13 A Resolution to Stand," 1980
Box 5 Folder 14 [No title] re: crime, health, economy; Chicago Black United Front (CBUF), 1981
Box 5 Folder 15 [No title] re: educational survival of Black students (notes only), 1981
Box 5 Folder 16 [No title] re: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday at Wendell Phillips High School (notes only), 1981
Box 5 Folder 17 [No title] for Third Unitarian Church congregational debate (notes only), 1982
Box 5 Folder 18 [No title] re: history of civil rights in Chicago (notes only), 1983
Box 5 Folder 19 "The Tallest Tree (on Paul Robeson)," 1984, 1985
Box 5 Folder 20 "If Dr. Martin Luther King Were Here . . .," 1985
Box 5 Folder 21 "Why Black History Month," 1985, 1987
Box 5 Folder 22 [No title] re: environmental protection (notes only), 1987
Box 5 Folder 23 [No title] re: Fernwood Elementary School Graduation (notes only), 1987
Box 5 Folder 24 [No title] re: government and Black economic empowerment, Congressional Black Caucus (notes only), 1987
Box 5 Folder 25 [No title] re: minority business entrepreneurs (draft), 1987
Box 5 Folder 26 "Education: Investing in Our Future," 1988
Box 5 Folder 27 [No title] for Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights tribute acceptance (notes only), 1988
Box 5 Folder 28 [No title] for Kool Achievers Award acceptance (notes only), 1990
Box 5 Folder 29 [No title] re: Claude Lightfoot celebration (notes only), 1991
Box 5 Folder 30 "Affirmative Action Revisited," 1992
Box 5 Folder 31 [No title] re: Chicago Teacher's Union (notes only), 1992
Box 5 Folder 32 [No title] re: utilizing Black history and culture {notes only}, 1993
Box 5 Folder 33 "The Challenge to Solidarity" (notes only), [1996]
Box 5 Folder 34 [No title] re: Black history program at Oak Forest Hospital (notes only), 1996
Box 6 Folder 1 [No title] re: Harold Washington 10th anniversary of passing [1997]
Box 6 Folder 2 [No title] re: Nia day in Kwanzaa at Third Unitarian Church (notes only), 1999
Box 6 Folder 3 [No title] re: Women with Disabilities Conference (notes only), 1999
Box 6 Folder 4 [No title] re: HIV/AIDS and community health (notes only, for testimony at hearing organized by Congressman Danny Davis), 2001
Box 6 Folder 5 [No title] re: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (notes only), 2002
Box 6 Folder 6 [No title] re: Civil rights history, Protest at the Polls, CCCO (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 7 [No title] re: electoral politics in Chicago (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 8 [No title] re: Malcolm X College, IYS [Illinois Youth Survey] (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 9 [No title] re: "Mission Sunday" (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 10 [No title] re: philanthropy (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 11 [No title] re: role of Black individual (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 12 [No title] re: youth and community (notes only), undated
Box 6 Folder 13 [No title or topic] notes only, undated

Sub-series 2: Other writings by Brenetta Howell Barrett

Box 6 Folder 14 Column—“Consumer Corner,” in The Austin Voice, 1987-1989
Box 6 Folder 15 Column—“Femsview,” in Breadwinner (including “Tomorrow’s Woman and the Urban Challenge”), 1974. SEE ALSO Serials (General) Box 66 folder 5 for columns
Box 6 Folder 16 Column—“Options,” in Westside Star, 1977
Box 6 Folder 17 Column—“Options,” in Westside Journal, 1978-1980
Box 6 Folder 18 Column—“Towards Economic Parity,” in Gary Crusader, Gary Info, [1983]-1986
Box 6 Folder 19 Column—“West Side Roundup,” in Chicago Defender, 1965
Box 6 Folder 20 Draft article—[no title, on Benjamin C. Willis, 1960s]
Box 6 Folder 21 Draft article—[no title, on welfare reform, 1960s]
Box 6 Folder 22 Draft—“The King Is Dead,” for NAACP special resolution committee, Grand Rapids (Michigan) Conference , 1968
Box 6 Folder 23 Editorials—in Westside Journal, 1979-1980, undated
Box 6 Folder 24 Essay—“I Remember Dr. King,” in Windy City Word, 1992
Box 6 Folder 25 Interview notes—“Salute to Gus Savage,” for use on Diane Thompson Show, WGCI-FM, 1990
Box 6 Folder 26 Letters to the editor—various, circa 1960-1998
Box 6 Folder 27 Manual—[no title, re: public speaking and public relations, undated]
Box 6 Folder 28 News article—[no title] in Chicago Defender, 1965
Box 6 Folder 29 News article—[no title] in Physicians Forum, 1992
Box 6 Folder 30 News article—“Have Cash Before Exploring Radio Station Purchase,” in Info, 1985
Box 6 Folder 31 News article—“Lenders’ Response to GAO Survey on SBA” in Chicago DC News, 1985
Box 6 Folder 32 News article—“’Rule of Two’ Standards for Set Asides,” in Gary Business Monthly, 1986
Box 6 Folder 33 News article—“Your Vote Is Your Voice, Here Are Our Endorsements (24th Ward),” in Chicago Weekend, 1979
Box 6 Folder 34 Poem—“Autobiographical Sketch of a Lady Met in a Bar,” [1960s]
Box 6 Folder 35 Poem—“Gratitude,” in Kaleidoscope (Third Unitarian Church), 1998
Box 6 Folder 36 Poem—“Reflections,” (to niece Cathie Glapion), 2001
Box 6 Folder 37 Poem—“To My Sister Louise,” 1993
Box 6 Folder 38 Poem—“Ten Steps Away,” [1960s]
Box 6 Folder 39 Position paper—“Notes for Reconstruction II,” [1973]
Box 6 Folder 40 Press release—[no title, re: Benjamin C. Willis, 1960s]
Box 6 Folder 41 Press release—[no title, benefit event “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Total Community Health,”], 2000
Box 6 Folder 42 Report—“Low Income and Minority Communities and the Role of the Illinois Department of Transportation,” 1974

Sub-series 3: Mss. by other writers

Box 6 Folder 43 Poem--"I Walk Tall," by Margaret T. Burroughs undated With author's signature, and Barrett's note that it was delivered to her in 1991
Box 6 Folder 44 Poem--"On Not Doing," by Aldine Gunn, handwritten and illustrated, circa 1982
Box 6 Folder 45 Speech--"Address to the Mississippi Council on Human Relations," by Charles H. Percy, 1966
Box 6 Folder 46 Speech--"Equal Opportunity: The Unfinished Agenda," by A. Robert Abboud, 1977

Series 3: Event Programs, Brenetta Howell Barrett Related, 1963-2011

Box 7 Folder 1 The Kafee Klats "Fall Fun-A-Rama" Cabaret Party, 1963
Box 7 Folder 2 37th Annual Governor's Conference on Youth, 1968
Box 7 Folder 3 Friends of Brenetta Howell Barrett Reception, Daley Center, 1973
Box 7 Folder 4 DePriest Douglass Center 1st Annual Recognition Dinner, 1974
Box 7 Folder 5 "DuSable to Obama: Chicago's Black Metropolis," WTTW-TV, 2010
Box 7 Folder 6 Provident Hospital Benefit, 1979
Box 7 Folder 7 Fernwood United Methodist Church Black History Testimonial Dinner Dance, 1980
Box 7 Folder 8 Bethel A.M.E. Church Workshop "A More Beautiful You," 1984
Box 7 Folder 9 Ten Outstanding Young Citizens (Chicago Junior Association of Commerce and Industry), 1985
Box 7 Folder 10 Richard E. Byrd Community Academy Graduation, 1985
Box 7 Folder 11 Tribute to Brenetta Howell Barrett and Sondra Gair by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 7 Folder 12 Peoples Daily World Presents Carl Bloice in "Perestroika," [1989]
Box 7 Folder 13 20th Anniversary Salute to the Minority Construction Industry, 1989
Box 7 Folder 14
  1. Catherine/St. Lucy Catholic Church Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday, 1990
Box 7 Folder 15 United Business Union Honoring Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1990
Box 7 Folder 16 Pearl B. Washington Retirement Tribute, 1990
Box 7 Folder 17 Chicago Abortion Fund "Voices for Choice," 1995
Box 7 Folder 18 "Happy Birthday Brenetta," Pathfinders HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Benefit, 1997
Box 7 Folder 19 College of Complexes Presenting Brenetta Howell Barrett and "Harold Washington We Hardly Knew Ya," [1990s]
Box 7 Folder 20 Oak Forest Hospital Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday, 2000, 2001
Box 7 Folder 21 "Healers Who Heal the Community" Award, Diversity Healthcare, Inc.," 2003
Box 7 Folder 22 "Tell Us the Story: The Chicago SNCC History Project 1960-65," DuSable Museum, 2011
Box 7 Folder 23 24th [sic] Annual Peoples World Banquet, 2011

Series 4: Political Campaigns by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1962-1998

Box 7 Folder 24 Chicago Board of Elections Commissioners--Brenetta Howell Barrett [commissioned as] Special Judge of Elections, 1962, 1975
Box 7 Folder 25 U.S. Congressional 6th District Illinois Campaign (Protest at the Polls), 1963-1964
Box 7 Folder 26 U.S. Congressional 6th District Illinois Campaign--Special election (Ronan seat), with "no brick on her tongue" slogan, 1969-1970
Box 7 Folder 27 Citizens for '65 Campaign (with Bennett Johnson, re Board of Education District 65 in Evanston, IL), 1970
Box 7 Folder 28 Democratic National Convention (Miami Beach, FL)--New Chicago Delegation Challenge, 1972
Box 7 Folder 29 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Clippings, 1980
Box 7 Folder 30 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Committee agendas, working papers, 1980
Box 7 Folder 31 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Correspondence, 1980
Box 7 Folder 32 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Election Day data, 1980
Box 8 Folder 1 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Forms, reports, 1980
Box 8 Folder 2 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Fundraising, 1980
Box 8 Folder 3 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Legal documents and strategy, 1980
Box 8 Folder 4 28th Ward Aldermanic Campaign--Publicity, including events, 1980
Box 8 Folder 5 Election campaign notes from various other campaigns, [1980-1990]
Box 8 Folder 6 Cook County Board Commissioner Campaign--Publicity, working documents, 1998
Box 8 Folder 7 Cook County Board Commissioner Campaign--Reports and forms, 1998

Series 5: West Side Organization Files (nonprofit, business, government, political), 1950s-2012

Sub-series 1: Nonprofit, business, and government organizations on the West Side

Box 9 Folder 1 Academy of Scholastic Achievement, 2000, undated
Box 9 Folder 2 Adolescent Young Adult Clinic (AYAC), undated
Box 9 Folder 3 Affairs Unlimited--Fundraising materials, 1979-1996
Box 9 Folder 4 Affairs Unlimited--Legal notice of publication of incorporation (includes Resources Unlimited and Services Unlimited), 1990
Box 9 Folder 5 Affairs Unlimited--Globetrotters gift baskets, 1983-1986
Box 9 Folder 6 African/Edenic Heritage Museum, 1999
Box 9 Folder 7 A-MEN, [1995]
Box 9 Folder 8 Austin Christian Law Center, undated
Box 9 Folder 9 Austin Community Academy (High School), 1996-2003
Box 9 Folder 10 Austin Health Center, undated
Box 9 Folder 11 Austin Peoples’ Action Center, 1985-1992
Box 9 Folder 12 Austin Voice, later Voice newspapers--materials, correspondence, 1988-2011
Box 9 Folder 13 [Austin/West Garfield] Community Credit Union, undated
Box 9 Folder 14 Austin Youth League, 1999
Box 9 Folder 15 Bethany Brethren Hospital, 1970-1972
Box 9 Folder 16 Bethany Garfield Hospital Development Area, 1980
Box 9 Folder 17 Bethany Hospital, 1998, undated
Box 9 Folder 18 Bethel New Life (single page from newsletter), 1990s
Box 9 Folder 19 Black United Front of Chicago, 1986
Box 9 Folder 20 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--benefit event "Africa: Wings of Gold," 1991
Box 9 Folder 21 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--correspondence and event materials, 1987-1990
Box 10 Folder 1 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--correspondence and event materials, 1991
Box 10 Folder 2 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--Tag Day, 1991
Box 10 Folder 3 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--correspondence and event materials, 1992 January-May
Box 10 Folder 4 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--correspondence and event materials, 1992 June-December
Box 10 Folder 5 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--correspondence and event materials, 1993
Box 10 Folder 6 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.--materials, 2001-2003, undated
Box 10 Folder 7 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Inc.—Brochures, undated
Box 11 Folder 1 Businesses--West Side, 1950s-2000s, undated
Box 11 Folder 2 Byford Elementary school, 1968
Box 11 Folder 3 Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1985
Box 11 Folder 4 Central West Regional Center Auxiliary, undated
Box 11 Folder 5 Charles Evans Hughes Elementary School, 1988
Box 11 Folder 6 Chicago Citizens United, 1980
Box 11 Folder 7 Chicago/Cook County Community Health Council , 2000
Box 11 Folder 8 Chicago-Cook County Welfare Reform Task Force, 1998
Box 11 Folder 9 Chicago Independent Transportation Coalition (CITCO), including Westside Independent Transportation Coalition (WITCO)--Background materials for survey, [1970]-1973
Box 11 Folder 10 Chicago Independent Transportation Coalition (CITCO), including Westside Independent Transportation Coalition (WITCO)--with Chicago Independent Transportation Survey Team (CITCO) correspondence, 1972-1976
Box 11 Folder 11 Chicago Independent Transportation Coalition (CITCO), including Westside Independent Transportation Coalition (WITCO)--Survey Team reports, including Gypsy Cab report, 1976
Box 11 Folder 12 Chicago New Party, 1997
Box 11 Folder 13 Christian Action Ministry (CAM), 1978
Box 11 Folder 14 Churches--West Side
Box 11 Folder 15 Circle Family Care, 1997-1999
Box 11 Folder 16 Citizen's Housing Committee (Freedom Folk Fest, clipping), 1962
Box 11 Folder 17 Columbus Park Food Pantry, 2002
Box 11 Folder 18 Committee for a Black Mayor, 1976-1977
Box 11 Folder 19 Community Enhancement Foundation, Inc., 1996
Box 11 Folder 20 Community Justice Coalition, 1998
Box 11 Folder 21 Concerned Citizens of East Garfield Park, 2000-2004
Box 12 Folder 1 Consolidated-Western Redevelopment Company, 1960s
Box 12 Folder 2 The CORE Center for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment [unrelated to Congress on Racial Equality], 1998
Box 12 Folder 3 Crane Adolescent Health Center, 2001
Box 12 Folder 4 Douglas "L" Coalition, 1998-1999
Box 12 Folder 5 Excel Outreach Association, 2002
Box 12 Folder 6 Executive Service Corps (ESC) of Chicago (includes Urban Outreach, West Side Future, Near West Side Project, Urban Leadership programs), 1991
Box 12 Folder 7 Festival of Potluck Foods, 2002
Box 12 Folder 8 Fifth Avenue Block Club, 1963
Box 12 Folder 9 Fifth City, 1989, 2003-2004
Box 12 Folder 10 4900 Washington Block Club, undated
Box 12 Folder 11 Garfield-Austin Interfaith Action Network, 1994
Box 12 Folder 12 Garfield Community Service Center (“Our Own” publication), 1976, undated
Box 12 Folder 13 Garfield Park Conservatory, 1999-2003
Box 12 Folder 14 Garfield Senior Steppers, 2000
Box 12 Folder 15 Gaynor Realty, 1960
Box 12 Folder 16 Greater West Town Community Development Project, 2001
Box 12 Folder 17 Harriet Tubman Place--Agency flyers, letterhead undated
Box 12 Folder 18 Harriet Tubman Place--Agency forms, [1995-1999]
Box 12 Folder 19 Harriet Tubman Place--Agency forms, filled out undated
Box 12 Folder 20 Harriet Tubman Place--Brenetta's Birthday Bash fundraiser, 1997
Box 12 Folder 21 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1993-1994
Box 12 Folder 22 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1995
Box 12 Folder 23 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1996
Box 12 Folder 24 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1997 January-May
Box 13 Folder 1 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1997 June-December
Box 13 Folder 2 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1998
Box 13 Folder 3 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1999
Box 13 Folder 4 Harriet Tubman Place--Correspondence, memos, materials, undated
Box 13 Folder 5 Harriet Tubman Place--Director Stanley Williams, 1995-1998
Box 13 Folder 6 Harriet Tubman Place--Drafts, notes, 1996, undated
Box 13 Folder 7 Harriet Tubman Place--Financial Statement, 1996
Box 13 Folder 8 Harriet Tubman Place--Financial Statements (reviewed), 1997
Box 13 Folder 9 Harriet Tubman Place--Funding organizations, 1986-1998
Box 13 Folder 10 Harriet Tubman Place--Linkage agreements, 1997-1998
Box 13 Folder 11 Harriet Tubman Place--Lucius Black, Resources and Linkages, 1997
Box 13 Folder 12 Harriet Tubman Place--Petty's Accounting and Tax Service, 1995-1998
Box 13 Folder 13 Harriet Tubman Place--Reports, 1996-1997
Box 14 Folder 1 Harriet Tubman Place--Sign-in and call-in sheets undated
Box 14 Folder 2 Harriet Tubman Place--Training "icebreakers," undated
Box 14 Folder 3 Harriet Tubman Place--Vouchers and payment information, 1994-2000
Box 14 Folder 4 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s) RFP HIV/AIDS #94-09, 1994
Box 14 Folder 5 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s) RFP HIV/AIDS #95-02, 1995
Box 14 Folder 6 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s) RFP HIV/AIDS #95-04, 1995
Box 14 Folder 7 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s) RFP HIV/AIDS #97-05 (cover only), 1997
Box 14 Folder 8 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s) RFP HIV/AIDS #98-02, 1998
Box 14 Folder 9 Harriet Tubman Place--Grant Proposal(s), Black United Fund of Illinois, Inc., 1998
Box 15 Folder 1 Healthy Families Chicago--working papers, 1997-2005
Box 15 Folder 2 Healthy Families Chicago--"No Hitter" Brunch, programs and mailings
Box 15 Folder 3 Healthy Families Chicago, "No Hitter" Brunch, publicity and organization
Box 15 Folder 4 Healthy Families Chicago, "No Hitter" Brunch, working notes
Box 15 Folder 5 Heritage International Christian Church (re Austin Community Academy principal's removal), 2003
Box 15 Folder 6 Homan Square, 2000-2007
Box 15 Folder 7 Independent Civic Committee, 1955
Box 15 Folder 8 Introspect Youth Services, Inc., 1979-2005, undated
Box 15 Folder 9 JERO Medical Equipment and Supplies, Inc., 1992
Box 15 Folder 10 Kiwanis International, Austin Chapter, 1998
Box 15 Folder 11 Lambert Realty, 1972
Box 15 Folder 12 Lawndale Booster, 1959
Box 15 Folder 13 Lawndale Christian Development Corporation, 2005
Box 15 Folder 14 Lawndale Christian Health Center, 2001
Box 15 Folder 15 Lawndale Disproportionate Minority Confinement Program, 2005
Box 15 Folder 16 Lawndale Industrial Skills Center, 1975
Box 15 Folder 17 Lawndale Neighborhood Health Center (as locale for professional study of drug abuse), 1967
Box 15 Folder 18 Lawndale Peoples’ Planning and Action Conference/Pyramid West Development Corporation, 1999
Box 16 Folder 1 Learning Network, 1990
Box 16 Folder 2 Life Directions, undated
Box 16 Folder 3 The Links, Inc. (Empowering African American Youth Conference, at Malcolm X College), 2001
Box 16 Folder 4 Looking Backward to Move Forward (West Side local history organization), 1989
Box 16 Folder 5 Lumumba-Jackson Community Learning Center, 1980
Box 16 Folder 6 MADDADS, Inc., 1989-1995
Box 16 Folder 7 Madison Family Health Center, undated
Box 16 Folder 8 Marcy Center (Nursery Parents), 1959
Box 16 Folder 9 Marshall High School Alumni Association, 2002
Box 16 Folder 10 Metropolitan Chicago Tuberculosis Coalition (MCTC)-- Westside Community Planning Group, 2001-2003
Box 16 Folder 11 Michelle Clark Middle School, 1999
Box 16 Folder 12 Midwest Community Council, 1977-1998
Box 16 Folder 13 Mile Square Health Center, Inc., 1976
Box 16 Folder 14 Mother's House, 1999-2000
Box 16 Folder 15 Najwa Dance Corps (Malcolm X College), 2001
Box 16 Folder 16 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1962-1964
Box 16 Folder 17 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1965-66
Box 16 Folder 18 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1967
Box 16 Folder 19 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1968-1969
Box 16 Folder 20 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1970-1979, 1980
Box 16 Folder 21 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 1990-1999
Box 16 Folder 22 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), 2000-2002
Box 16 Folder 23 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP), undated
Box 17 Folder 1 Neighborhood Capital Budget Group, 1984-circa1999
Box 17 Folder 2 Nelson Neighborhood Safety Club, 1980
Box 17 Folder 3 New Age Services Corporation, undated
Box 17 Folder 4 North Austin [full name not given], (NAC), undated
Box 17 Folder 5 North Lawndale AIDS Prevention Project, 1999
Box 17 Folder 6 North Lawndale Economic Development Corp., 1973
Box 17 Folder 7 North Lawndale Family Network, 1990s
Box 17 Folder 8 Northwest Austin Coalition, 1984-1999
Box 17 Folder 9 Operation Overhaul, Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety (CANS), 2002
Box 17 Folder 10 Operation Salvation, 2000-2002. SEE ALSO Box 17 folder 12, Box 26 folder 2
Box 17 Folder 11 Operation Salvation, 2003-2004, undated. SEE ALSO Box 17 folder 12, Box 26 folder 2
Box 17 Folder 12 Opportunity in Action--with Rev. Willie A. Treadwell, 1994, 2000s, undated
SEE ALSO Box 17 folder 10-11, Box 26 folder 2
Box 17 Folder 13 Organization for a Better Austiin (OBA), 1967
Box 18 Folder 1 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Founding materials with Harriet Tubman Center, 1998
Box 18 Folder 2 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Birthday Bash fundraiser, 2002
Box 18 Folder 3 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Chicago Capacity Building Initiative, 2000
Box 18 Folder 4 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1996-1998
Box 18 Folder 5 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 1999
Box 18 Folder 6 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2000 January-August
Box 18 Folder 7 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2000 September-December
Box 19 Folder 1 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2001 January-June
Box 19 Folder 2 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2001 July-December
Box 19 Folder 3 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2002
Box 19 Folder 4 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, 2003-2012
Box 19 Folder 5 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Correspondence, memos, materials, undated
Box 19 Folder 6 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Invoices, bills paid, 1998-1999
Box 19 Folder 7 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--John Hatch book promotion fundraiser, 2002-2003
Box 19 Folder 8 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Letterhead, undated
Box 19 Folder 9 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Report to Crossroads Fund, 2000
Box 19 Folder 10 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Grant Proposal (Black United Fund of Illinois, Inc.), circa 2000
Box 19 Folder 11 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Grant Proposal (Black United Fund of Illinois, Inc), 2001
Box 20 Folder 1 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Grant Proposal (Crossroads Fund), 1999
Box 20 Folder 2 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)-- Grant Proposal (Crossroads Fund), 2000
Box 20 Folder 3 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)-- Grant Proposal (Crossroads Fund), 2001
Box 20 Folder 4 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)-- Grant Proposal (Crossroads Fund), 2003
Box 20 Folder 5 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)-- Grant Proposal (Kaufherr Charitable Trust), circa 2000
Box 20 Folder 6 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)-- Grant Proposal (RFP HIV AIDS #98-02), 1998
Box 20 Folder 7 Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (PPEF)--Grant Proposal (Unitarian Universalist Fund), 2001
Box 21 Folder 1 Pine Ave. United Presbyterian Church, 1997
Box 21 Folder 2 Plain Talk, 2002
Box 21 Folder 3 Prevention Partnership, Inc., 1997-1999
Box 21 Folder 4 Prevention Partnership, Inc., 2000
Box 21 Folder 5 Prevention Partnership, Inc., 2001 January-March
Box 21 Folder 6 Prevention Partnership, Inc., 2001 April-December
Box 21 Folder 7 Prevention Partnership, Inc., 2002-2003, undated
Box 21 Folder 8 Primo Center for Women and Children, 2005
Box 21 Folder 9 Public Art Workshop, 1973-1977
Box 21 Folder 10 ReCAPS (15th District Police), [1997]
Box 21 Folder 11 Resources Unlimited--CETA Summer Employment Program, undated
Box 21 Folder 12 Resources Unlimited--Events 1979-1985
Box 21 Folder 13 Resources Unlimited--Fundraising materials, [1979-1990]
Box 21 Folder 14 Resources Unlimited--Illinois Not-for-Profit report forms, 1996
Box 21 Folder 15 Resources Unlimited--Publication, "A Glossary of Fund-raising Terms,"
Box 21 Folder 16 Rush-Homan Square Health Center (with Family Focus), undated
Box 22 Folder 1 Andrew MB Church, 1997
Box 22 Folder 2 St. Stephen AME Church, Alabama Club, 1984
Box 22 Folder 3 Sankofa Safe Child Initiative, 2005
Box 22 Folder 4 Save Brach’s [Candy] Coalition for Chicago, 1994
Box 22 Folder 5 School Partners Program, 1996
Box 22 Folder 6 Sears Roebuck and Company, 1992
Box 22 Folder 7 Senior Suites of Austin (HIV/AIDS presentation), 2001
Box 22 Folder 8 Shorebank (Austin Branch), 1997
Box 22 Folder 9 Shule Ya Watoto [School], 2001
Box 22 Folder 10 South Austin Coalition Community Council (SACCC), 1978
Box 22 Folder 11 South Austin/Madison Corporation (SAMCOR), [1984-1989]
Box 22 Folder 12 South Austin Realty Association, 1975-undated
Box 22 Folder 13 Storehouse of Vision Chicago, The, 1999-2000
Box 22 Folder 14 Taste of Austin, 1989
Box 22 Folder 15 Teen Health Consultants (THC), undated
Box 22 Folder 16 Third Unitarian Church--Board of Directors (Minutes, members, material), 1985-1989
Box 22 Folder 17 Third Unitarian Church--Board of Directors-- (Minutes, members, material), 1995-1999
Box 22 Folder 18 Third Unitarian Church--Board of Directors-- (Membership Directory), 2000
Box 22 Folder 19 Third Unitarian Church--Church history materials, undated
Box 22 Folder 20 Third Unitarian Church--Clippings, 1986-2005
Box 22 Folder 21 Third Unitarian Church--Committees, 1995-2012, undated
Box 22 Folder 22 Third Unitarian Church--Community Programming (co-sponsored), 1990s-2000
Box 22 Folder 23 Third Unitarian Church--Community Programs, 1995-1999
Box 22 Folder 24 Third Unitarian Church--Community Programs, 2000-2005
Box 22 Folder 25 Third Unitarian Church--Correspondence, 1990-2000
Box 22 Folder 26 Third Unitarian Church--Forum Program Committee, 1990-1994
Box 23 Folder 1 Third Unitarian Church--Forum Program Committee, 1995-1999
Box 23 Folder 2 Third Unitarian Church--Forum Program Committee, 2000-2005
Box 23 Folder 3 Third Unitarian Church--Internships, 2000-2002
Box 23 Folder 4 Third Unitarian Church--Membership and annual meeting, 1995-1999
Box 23 Folder 5 Third Unitarian Church--Minister installation, 1998-2001
Box 23 Folder 6 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, brochures, flyers, 1972-1983
Box 23 Folder 7 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, event flyers, 1985-1989
Box 23 Folder 8 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, event flyers, 1990-1994
Box 23 Folder 9 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, event flyers, 1995-1998
Box 23 Folder 10 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, event flyers, 1999
Box 23 Folder 11 Third Unitarian Church--Newsletters, event flyers, 2000-2004, undated
Box 23 Folder 12 Third Unitarian Church--Photocopy of street naming scene (Paul Robeson), 1999
Box 23 Folder 13 Third Unitarian Church--Pledges and donations (Brenetta Howell Barrett), 1986-2002
Box 24 Folder 1 Third Unitarian Church--Programs (church service), 1985-1989
Box 24 Folder 2 Third Unitarian Church--Programs (church service), 1990-1994
Box 24 Folder 3 Third Unitarian Church--Programs (church service), 1995-1997
Box 24 Folder 4 Third Unitarian Church--Programs (church service), 1998-1999
Box 24 Folder 5 Third Unitarian Church--Programs (church service), 2000-2007
Box 24 Folder 6 Third Unitarian Church--Public Relations, Membership Committee (with survey results), 2000
Box 24 Folder 7 Third Unitarian Church--Sermons, 1995-1999
Box 24 Folder 8 Third Unitarian Church--Sermons and readings, 2005
Box 24 Folder 9 Third Unitarian Church--Summer Youth Program, 1985
Box 24 Folder 10 Third Unitarian Church--Texts (scripts, lyrics, et al), undated
Box 24 Folder 11 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Brochures and publications), 1990s
Box 24 Folder 12 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Conferences), 1997
Box 24 Folder 13 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Urban Ministry Conference), 1998
Box 25 Folder 1 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Conferences), 1999
Box 25 Folder 2 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Conferences), 2000-2005
Box 25 Folder 3 Third Unitarian Church--Unitarian Universalist Association (Materials, publications), 2000-2005
Box 25 Folder 4 Today’s Educational Network (TEN), with Brenetta Howell Barrett as consultant, 1989
Box 25 Folder 5 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr.--Conference on AIDS), 1998
Box 25 Folder 6 Umoja Care, 1990
Box 25 Folder 7 Union Park Field House/Blue Energy Productions, Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund fundraiser undated
Box 25 Folder 8 United Business Union, 1990
Box 25 Folder 9 United Front Anti-Crime Organization of Illinois, 1998
Box 25 Folder 10 Vote Community, 1994
Box 25 Folder 11 Walgreen Community Advisory Task Force (HIV/AIDS prevention), 2002-2006
Box 25 Folder 12 Washburne Trade School (leaflet, "Wanted: More Negro Apprentices at Washburne"), 1961
Box 25 Folder 13 West Austin Community Organization, undated
Box 25 Folder 14 West Garfield Community Service Center Advisory Council (Chicago Department of Human Services), 1977-1980
Box 26 Folder 1 West Side Builders Association, 1968
Box 26 Folder 2 West Side Drug Area Shut-Down Project, 2000-2003. SEE ALSO Box 17 folders 10-12
Box 26 Folder 3 West Side Health Ministry/West Side HIV/AIDS Health Awareness Ministry Training Project, 1998-2001
Box 26 Folder 4 West Side Organization, 1984
Box 26 Folder 5 West Side Parents Council, 1964
Box 26 Folder 6 West Side Writers Guild, 1992
Box 26 Folder 7 Westinghouse Career Academy, 1999
Box 26 Folder 8 Westside Association for Community Action (WACA), 1978-1999
Box 26 Folder 9 Westside Association for Community Action (WACA), 2000-2003, undated
Box 26 Folder 10 Westside Business Improvement Association, 1980-1993, undated
Box 26 Folder 11 Westside Center of Truth for Better Living, Inc., 1999-2002
Box 26 Folder 12 Westside Coalition for Seniors, undated
Box 26 Folder 13 Westside Coalition for Unity [and Political Action] (WCFU), 1979-1983
Box 26 Folder 14 Westside Collaborative Care Coalition, 2001
Box 26 Folder 15 Westside Health Authority, 1999
Box 26 Folder 16 Westside Health Planning Organization, 2001
Box 26 Folder 17 Westside Historic District Initiative, 1999
Box 26 Folder 18 Westside HIV/AIDS Regional Planning Council (WHARP), 1997-1999
Box 26 Folder 19 Westside HIV/AIDS Regional Planning Council (WHARP), 2000-2003, undated
Box 26 Folder 20 Westside Holistic Family Center, 1988-1989
Box 26 Folder 21 Westside Journal--materials re: Brenetta Howell Barrett as associate editor, columnist, editorial writer, 1979-1980, undated
Box 26 Folder 22 Westside Ministers' Coalition/Westside Pastors' Coalition, 1998-2000
Box 26 Folder 23 Westside Parents’ Council for Integrated Schools, 1963
Box 26 Folder 24 Westside Peoples Caucus, 1975
Box 27 Folder 1 Westside Support Committee for Wallace Davis, 1978
Box 27 Folder 2 Westside Veterans Community Center, undated
Box 27 Folder 3 Westside Women’s Business Center (WWBC), undated
Box 27 Folder 4 Westside Youth Tech Entrepreneur Center (WYTEC), undated
Box 27 Folder 5 Women for Better Race Relations in Austin, 1969
Box 27 Folder 6 Women Helping Women, 1980
Box 27 Folder 7 Women of Operation PUSH, 1974
Box 27 Folder 8 Working for Togetherness, undated
Box 27 Folder 9 YMCA (West Side and metro Chicago), 1970-2007
Box 27 Folder 10 Youth Advantage, 1999

Sub-series 2: West Side--Political

Box 27 Folder 11 Banks, Joseph L., 1990
Box 27 Folder 12 Biggs, Robert (Brenetta Howell Barrett as campaign coordinator, 29th Ward) 1963
Box 27 Folder 13 Boler, L. Roscoe, 1978
Box 27 Folder 14 Burrell, Sam, 1996
Box 27 Folder 15 Butler, Jesse L. (Rev.), undated
Box 27 Folder 16 Campbell, Kenneth "Butch," 1998
Box 27 Folder 17 Clay, Evelyn B. (Brenetta Howell Barrett as campaign coordinator), 1996
Box 27 Folder 18 Collins, Cardiss, 1987-circa 1992
Box 27 Folder 19 Collins, Earlean, 1975-1998
Box 27 Folder 20 Davis, Danny K., 1977-1989
Box 27 Folder 21 Davis, Danny K., 1990-1999
Box 27 Folder 22 Davis, Danny K., 2000-2009
Box 27 Folder 23 DeLaRosa, Stephen "Steve," 1996
Box 27 Folder 24 Ford, La Shawn K., 2000
Box 27 Folder 25 Giles, Percy (with Johnny Johnson, campaign coordinated by Brenetta Howell Barrett), 1986-1996
Box 28 Folder 1 Goitia, Andy, 1980
Box 28 Folder 2 Hammond, James, undated
Box 28 Folder 3 Hardy, LaQuietta J., 1996
Box 28 Folder 4 Hatch, Marshall, 1998-2002, undated
Box 28 Folder 5 Hilliard, Cheryl A., 1996
Box 28 Folder 6 Jakes, Paul, Jr. (Rev.) (Brenetta Howell Barrett with women's committee), 2003
Box 28 Folder 7 Johnson, Sally, [1998]
Box 28 Folder 8 Leonard, Valerie F. (Brenetta Howell Barrett as campaign coordinator) 2011
Box 28 Folder 9 Lumpkin, Frank, 1992
Box 28 Folder 10 Madison, Jesse D.(Recruited as independent candidate by Brenetta Howell Barrett), 1978
Box 28 Folder 11 McGowan, Iola (with George Manning), 2002
Box 28 Folder 12 Metcalfe, Ralph, circa 1976
Box 28 Folder 13 Newhouse, Richard H., 1980-1982
Box 28 Folder 14 Obama, Barack, 2003
Box 28 Folder 15 Pincham, R. Eugene (Hon.) (Brenetta Howell Barrett fundraiser), 1990
Box 28 Folder 16 Pugh, Coy, 1992-1993
Box 28 Folder 17 Rayner, A.A. "Sammy," 1966 -1978
Box 28 Folder 18 Shirley, Egbert J., 1980
Box 28 Folder 19 Smith, Ed H., 1975-1993, 2001
Box 28 Folder 20 Steele, Bobbie L., 1990-1991
Box 28 Folder 21 Stinson, Luke, 1980
Box 28 Folder 22 Stroger, John, 1994-1998
Box 28 Folder 23 Thomas, Floyd, 1999
Box 28 Folder 24 Tucker, Robert L., 1977
Box 28 Folder 25 Party slate campaign information (var.), 1990-1999
Box 28 Folder 26 Republican West Side candidates (var.), 1982-2000

Series 6: West Side Event Programs, 1963-2013

Box 28 Folder 27 "Benjamin F. Lewis: A True Epitaph," 1963
Box 28 Folder 28 "Coming of the Second Emancipation" Community Salute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., New Mt. Pilgrim M.B. church, 2013
Box 28 Folder 29 PUSH/EXCEL Pro Basketball Classic, 1988
Box 28 Folder 30 "A Remembrance of Harry Gaynor," 2005
Box 28 Folder 31 "Season's Greetings" Worship Service, at MacArthur's Restaurant, undated
Box 28 Folder 32 Service "Moving on the Dream," commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with dedication of Mayor Harold Washington Bell Tower Plaque, Friendship Baptist Church, 1988
Box 28 Folder 33 Street renaming to "Annie May Box Street" ceremony, 1999
Box 28 Folder 34 West Side Women in Action (with University of Illinois at Chicago Gender and Women's Studies) Screening and Reception, 2010
Box 28 Folder 35 West Side related programs (var., 1970s-2000s)

Series 7: West Side Serial Publications, 1961-2012

Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1986 March 11
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1988 August 16-23
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1988 November 22-29
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989 January 24-31
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989 February 7-14
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989 February 21-28
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989March 14-21
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989 May 9-16
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1989 August 29-September 12
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1990 February 6-20
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1992 March 24-31
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1992 April 7-14
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1996 August 20-27
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1998 January 13-20-2
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1998 March 17
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1998 July 7-14
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1998 September 1-8
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1998 November 17-24
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 January 19-26
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 May 18-25, June 1
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 June 15-22
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 October 12-1999
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 November 30-December 7
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 1999 December 14-21
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2000 March 21-28
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2000 August 22-29
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2000 September 19-26
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2000 December 5-12
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 January 2-9
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 January 23-30
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 May 8-15
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 July 3-10
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 July 17-24
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2001 October 23-30
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2002 April 2-9
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2002 June 25-July 2
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2002 July 16-23
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2002 December 3-10
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2003 January 7-14
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2003 January 21-28
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2003 February 18-25
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, March 4-11, 2003
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, June 17-24, 2003
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, August 26-2003 September 2
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2007 March 28
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2007 June 20
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2011 July
Box 29 Austin Voice, The, 2012 July
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1991 May 31
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1991 October 4
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1996 October 17
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1996 December 5
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1996 December 19
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1997 May 29
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1998 August 27
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1998 December 3
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1998 December 10
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1998 December 17
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1998 December 23
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 May 6
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 June 3
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 June 10
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 November 4
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 November 25
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 1999 December 9
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2000 February 10
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2000 December 7
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2001 February 15
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2001 April 19
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2001 July 5
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2001 July 12
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2001 August 9
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2002 November 21
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2002 November 28
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2003 January 23
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2003 January 30
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2004 January 15
Box 30 Austin Weekly News, The, 2005 April 7
Box 30 Black Truth, January 30-1970 February 12
Box 30 Chicago Communicator Newspaper, 1999 August 12
Box 30 Chicago Communicator Newspaper, 1999 November 13
Box 30 Chicago Communicator Newspaper, 1999 December 3
Box 30 Chicago Communicator Newspaper, 2001 March 26
Box 30 Chicago News Star, 1961 October 3 and December 12
Box 30 Chicago Westside Journal, The, 1991 April 4-11
Box 30 Chicago Westside Journal, The, 1999 April 29-May 6
Box 30 Chicago Westside Journal, The, 2002 August 29-September 5
Box 30 Chicago Westside Journal, The, 2003 May 8-15
Box 30 Garfield Lawndale Voice, 2012 May 16
Box 30 Minority Entrepreneur, Summer 2000
Box 30 Near West Gazette, 1999 March 4
Box 30 North Lawndale Community News, 2002 October 1-15
Box 30 North Lawndale Community News, 2002 December 1-15
Box 30 North Lawndale Community News, 2003 July 1-15
Box 30 North Lawndale Community News, 2003 November 16-30
Box 30 Westside Journal, The, 1979 February 22-March 1
Box 30 Westside Journal, The, 1980 March 13-20
Box 30 Westside Journal, The, 1980 July 19-17
Box 30 Westside Journal, The August 7-14, 1980
Box 30 Westside Journal, The, July 13-20, 1989 (SEE Chicago Westside Journal for 1991-2003)
Box 30 Westside Star, September, 1977
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 1992 March 20
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 1992 April 3
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 1998 February 13
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 1999 April 2
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 2000 August 4
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 2001 January 11
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 2001 April 19
Box 30 Windy City Word, The, 2003 May 29

Series 8: Organization files (General nonprofit, business, government, and political), 1959-2013

Box 31 Folder 1 Academy of Political Science, undated
Box 31 Folder 2 Accion Chicago, 2002
Box 31 Folder 3 Africa Network, 1985
Box 31 Folder 4 African American Contractors Association, 1998-2001
Box 31 Folder 5 Afro-American Family and Community Services, 1975
Box 31 Folder 6 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 1992-1997
Box 31 Folder 7 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 1998
Box 31 Folder 8 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), HIV Prevention Conference, 1998
Box 31 Folder 9 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 1999
Box 31 Folder 10 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 2000
Box 31 Folder 11 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 2001 January-June
Box 31 Folder 12 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 2001 July-December, undated
Box 31 Folder 13 AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), 2002-2003
Box 32 Folder 1 Allies for a Better Community (ABC), 1978
Box 32 Folder 2 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1971-1999 undated
Box 32 Folder 3 American College Testing Program (ACT), 1976-1983
Box 32 Folder 4 American Society for Public Administration, 1988
Box 32 Folder 5 American Society for Training and Development, 1978
Box 32 Folder 6 Asian American Small Business Association of Chicago (AASBA), 1988-1989
Box 32 Folder 7 Assembly of Black State Executives, 1976
Box 32 Folder 8 Associated Colleges of the Midwest Urban Studies Program, 2003
Box 32 Folder 9 Association of Black Foundation Executives, Inc., 1977-1978)
Box 32 Folder 10 Association of Fundraising Professionals (clipping only), 2001
Box 32 Folder 11 Association of Health Care Consumers (AHC), 1978
Box 32 Folder 12 Autonomous Zone (AZone), 1999-2003
Box 32 Folder 13 AWARE Talk Radio, [1999]
Box 32 Folder 14 Balm in Gilead, The, 1998-2002
Box 32 Folder 15 Better Boys Foundation, 1988
Box 32 Folder 16 Black American Law Student Association/Chicago Alliance, 1974
Box 32 Folder 17 Black Caucus of Health Workers, 1999
Box 32 Folder 18 Black on Black Love, 1990, undated
Box 32 Folder 19 Black Progressives Group/Black Left Dialogue, 1996
Box 32 Folder 20 Black Sisters United, 1970
Box 32 Folder 21 Black Strategy Center, 1970
Box 32 Folder 22 Block Club Union, Inc. (Gary, Indiana), 2001
Box 32 Folder 23 Burroughs Group (Dr. Margaret Burroughs), 1984
Box 32 Folder 24 Business and Professional Women’s Foundation, 1976
Box 32 Folder 25 Campaign for Better Health Care, 1998-2001
Box 32 Folder 26 CAN-TV (Chicago Access Corp.), 1998
Box 32 Folder 27 Center for Inner-City Studies (Northeastern Illinois University), 1977
Box 32 Folder 28 Center for Nonviolent Communication, 1995
Box 32 Folder 29 Central Regional Economic Development Council (CREDC), 1969-1970
Box 32 Folder 30 Chicago Area HIV Services Planning Council, 1998
Box 32 Folder 31 Chicago Association of Neighborhood Development Organizations (CANDO), 1985
Box 32 Folder 32 Chicago Black United Communities (CBUC), 1985, circa 2002
Box 33 Folder 1 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Organizing Committee's report, 1974
Box 33 Folder 2 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Audit Report, 1975
Box 33 Folder 3 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Audit Report, 1976
Box 33 Folder 4 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Board Minutes, 1970-1975
Box 33 Folder 5 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Clippings, 1975
Box 33 Folder 6 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Clippings, 1976
Box 33 Folder 7 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Clippings, 1977
Box 33 Folder 8 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Clippings, 1978
Box 33 Folder 9 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Correspondence and memos, 1975
Box 33 Folder 10 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Correspondence and memos, 1976
Box 33 Folder 11 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Correspondence and memos, 1977
Box 33 Folder 12 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Correspondence and memos, 1978
Box 33 Folder 13 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Financial balance sheets, unaudited, 1978
Box 33 Folder 14 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Financial records and reports, South Shore Bank, 1977-1978
Box 33 Folder 15 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Fundraising campaign material, 1976
Box 33 Folder 16 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Fundraising campaign organization, 1976
Box 33 Folder 17 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Fundraising campaign organization, 1977
Box 34 Folder 1 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Fundraising campaign organization (events), 1978
Box 34 Folder 2 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Fundraising campaign organization, undated
Box 34 Folder 3 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Grant awards and allocation material, 1976
Box 34 Folder 4 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Grant award and allocation material, 1977
Box 34 Folder 5 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--National Black United Front "consultation" meeting, 1975
Box 34 Folder 6 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--National Black United Front "consultation" meeting, 1977
Box 34 Folder 7 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--National Black United Front conferences, correspondence and memos, 1978
Box 34 Folder 8 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--"A Proposal to Improve State Government Services in Selected Areas," by Brenetta Howell Barrett and Herman C. Gilbert undated
Box 34 Folder 9 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Conference Brochures, 1979-1980
Box 34 Folder 10 Chicago Black United Fund (CBUF)--Telephone Fundraising Handbook, pub. Illinois Bell, undated
Box 34 Folder 11 Chicago Caucus, 1972
Box 34 Folder 12 Chicago Civil Rights Activists Reunion, 1988
Box 34 Folder 13 Chicago Coalition for Responsive Philanthropy, 1977-1978
Box 34 Folder 14 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--Hampton Clark Lawsuit Benefit, [1971], 1982
Box 34 Folder 15 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--1983-1989
Box 35 Folder 1 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--1990-1994
Box 35 Folder 2 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--1995-1998
Box 35 Folder 3 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--1999
Box 35 Folder 4 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2000
Box 35 Folder 5 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2001
Box 35 Folder 6 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2002
Box 35 Folder 7 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--"Breakfast with Belafonte" fundraiser coordinated by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 2002
Box 35 Folder 8 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2003
Box 35 Folder 9 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--Congressman John Conyers, Jr., Assembly arranged by Brenetta Howell Barrett, 2003
Box 35 Folder 10 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2004
Box 36 Folder 1 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2005-2007
Box 36 Folder 2 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--2008-2013, undated
Box 36 Folder 3 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR)--Clippings, 1981-2003
Box 36 Folder 4 Chicago Communities in Schools, Inc., 2001-2002
Box 36 Folder 5 Chicago Community Trust [1997]
Box 36 Folder 6 Chicago Consortium on Worker Education, 1989, undated
Box 36 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Budget (city budget data) 1986-1987
Box 36 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services-- Budget (city budget data) 1988
Box 36 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services-- Budget (city budget data) 1989
Box 36 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Budget, City of Chicago Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FY ending 1986
Box 36 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Budget, Community Development Block Grants, circa 1986-1989
Box 36 Folder 12 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--City Council Human Rights and Consumer Protection Committee, 1989
Box 36 Folder 13 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Conference on "Lemon Laws," 1987
Box 36 Folder 14 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--11th Annual Mid-America Consumer Conference, 1988
Box 36 Folder 15 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1986
Box 37 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1987 January-July
Box 37 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1987 August-December
Box 37 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 January-March
Box 37 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 April
Box 37 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 May
Box 37 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 June
Box 38 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 July
Box 38 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 August-September
Box 38 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1988 October-December
Box 38 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Correspondence and memos, 1989
Box 38 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Event programs, Mayor's Office, 1987-1989
Box 38 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Event programs, department holiday, 1988
Box 38 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Health and safety issues, 1988-1989
Box 38 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Illinois Attorney General's Consumer Advisory Council (minutes), 1987
Box 38 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Mayor's Advisory Committee on Infant Mortality, 1988
Box 38 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Newsletters (National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators), 1986-1988
Box 38 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Brochures and new program summary, 1986-1989
Box 39 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Clippings re: consumer protection), 1986-1989
Box 39 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Clippings re: energy and environmental protection), 1986-1989
Box 39 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Clippings re: public passenger vehicle regulation), 1985-1989
Box 39 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Dwight Casimere), 1988
Box 39 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Mayor's Office/Department of Consumer Services, Brenetta Howell Barrett) 1986-1989
Box 39 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (Mayor's Office Publications), 1986-1988
Box 39 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity (McDonald's Trayliner Project) 1988
Box 39 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Publicity ("Pennywise" newsletter), 1988
Box 39 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Volunteer opportunities,
Box 39 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Consumer education & fraud), 19871988
Box 39 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Farmers Markets), circa 1988-1989
Box 39 Folder 12 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Food and Dairy Operations brochures) 1984, 1987-1989
Box 39 Folder 13 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Food and Dairy Operations Municipal Code/Chicago Board of Health), circa 1987
Box 39 Folder 14 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Research, Education, and Information), 1987
Box 39 Folder 15 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Consumer Protection Division (Retail Food Training Seminar), 1987
Box 39 Folder 16 Chicago Department of Consumer Services (Training Manual), 1988
Box 40 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Agreement for Air Quality Grant between City of Chicago and Illinois Environmental Protection Agency),1988
Box 40 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Briefing Paper on Federal Grant Recommendations draft), [1988]
Box 40 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Conference materials), 1987-1989
Box 40 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Division Reorganization Plan), 1988
Box 40 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Monthly Reports), 1983
Box 40 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Monthly Reports), 1984
Box 40 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Monthly Reports), 1985
Box 40 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Report of Joint Committee on Hazardous Waste in the Lake Calumet Area), 1987
Box 40 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Resource materials), circa 1983-1989
Box 41 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Resource materials, commercial), 1987-1989
Box 41 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Staff Organization Chart), 1987
Box 41 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Solid waste disposal documents), 1986 March-December
Box 41 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Solid waste disposal documents), 1987 January-February
Box 41 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Solid waste disposal documents), 1987 March-December
Box 41 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Toxic waste disposal documents), 1986
Box 41 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Toxic waste disposal documents), 1987 January-March
Box 41 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Toxic waste disposal documents), 1987 April-June
Box 41 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (Toxic waste disposal documents), 1987 July-December
Box 41 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Energy and Environmental Protection (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency material), circa 1987
Box 41 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1985
Box 42 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1986
Box 42 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1987 January-June
Box 42 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1987 July-December
Box 42 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1988 January-May
Box 42 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1988 June-December
Box 42 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), 1989
Box 42 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), circa 1986-1989, [undated,]
Box 42 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Public Passenger Vehicles (Taxicabs), "Miami Nice" material, 1985-1986
Box 42 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (Chicago State University Board of Governors Minority Internship Program), 1988
Box 42 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (Chicagoland Minority Enterprise Development Week), 1987
Box 42 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (Directory of Certified Enterprises), 1987
Box 42 Folder 12 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (Pan American Games vendors), 1986-1987
Box 42 Folder 13 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (State Street Mall vendors), 1986-1987
Box 42 Folder 14 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business (State Street Mall vendors, Boston material), 1987
Box 42 Folder 15 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Small/Minority Business
Box 43 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Commissioner Brenetta Howell Barrett personnel file), 1986-1989
Box 43 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Division heads meetings), 1987-1988
Box 43 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (First deputy commissioner weekly reports), 1988-1989
Box 43 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Job applicant resumes), 1988
Box 43 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Mayoral transition issue statements), 1989
Box 43 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Office management meetings), 1987
Box 43 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Office Manuals), 1986-1989
Box 43 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Personnel hiring, promotion, evaluations), 1987-1989
Box 43 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Personnel staffing lists), 1987-1989
Box 43 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Report to Mayor materials), 1987
Box 43 Folder 11 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Staffing plan worksheets), 1985
Box 43 Folder 12 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Telephone message logs, office of Commissioner Jesse Madison), 1985 January-March
Box 44 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Telephone message logs, office of Commissioner Jesse Madison), 1985 April-June
Box 44 Folder 2 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Telephone message logs, Commissioner Jesse Madison), 1985 July-September
Box 44 Folder 3 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Telephone message logs, officer of Commissioner Jesse Madison), 1985 October-December
Box 44 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Travel reimbursement requests), 1987
Box 44 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Travel reimbursement requests), 1988 January-May
Box 44 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Travel reimbursement requests), 1988 June-December
Box 44 Folder 7 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--Administration (Travel reimbursement requests), 1989
Box 44 Folder 8 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--addenda (Business Development Bank Loan Program), 1992
Box 44 Folder 9 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--addenda (Proposal re: Medical Waste Facility, with Eugene Sawyer, Paul King), 1994
Box 44 Folder 10 Chicago Department of Consumer Services--addenda (Youth Empowerment Initiative materials and brochure), 2001
Box 45 Folder 1 Chicago Department of Health, 1993
Box 45 Folder 2 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--1960-1969
Box 45 Folder 3 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--1970-1979
Box 45 Folder 4 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--1980-1985
Box 45 Folder 5 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--undated
Box 45 Folder 6 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--Manual: Personnel Policies and Procedures, [1972, 1986]
Box 45 Folder 7 Chicago Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO)--Report: Retail Location Analysis Manual and Low-Income Areas, 1970
Box 46 Folder 1 Chicago Enterprise, The, 1962
Box 46 Folder 2 Chicago Focus, 1976-1983
Box 46 Folder 3 Chicago Forum, The, 1985
Box 46 Folder 4 Chicago Health Coalition, 1985
Box 46 Folder 5 Chicago Historical Society/Chicago History Museum, 1998-2005
Box 46 Folder 6 Chicago HIV Prevention Planning Group, 1999
Box 46 Folder 7 Chicago Mutual Housing Network, circa 1994
Box 46 Folder 8 Chicago Partnership for Public Health, 2002
Box 46 Folder 9 Chicago Peace Marches and Rallies, 1966-1968
Box 46 Folder 10 Chicago Private Industry Council (PIC), 1983
Box 46 Folder 11 Chicago Public Schools Diesel Maintenance Intern Program, 2003
Box 46 Folder 12 Chicago Recovery Alliance, 2000
Box 46 Folder 13 Chicago Regional Airport (southwestern suburbs), 1998
Box 46 Folder 14 Chicago State University, 1995-2001
Box 46 Folder 15 Chicago Urban League, 1964-2003
Box 46 Folder 16 Circle Pines Center (Michigan), undated
Box 46 Folder 17 Citizens Alert, 1994-1999
Box 46 Folder 18 Citizens Committee for Victim Assistance, 1979
Box 46 Folder 19 Citizens’ Conferences on Illinois Courts, 1970
Box 46 Folder 20 Citizens for [Bernard] Carey, 1980
Box 46 Folder 21 Citizens for Helen Schiller, 1996
Box 46 Folder 22 Citizens for Lewis H. Caldwell, 1978
Box 46 Folder 23 Citizens for Shirley Chisholm for President (Brenetta Howell Barrett as Illinois chair), 1972
Box 46 Folder 24 Citizens Information Service of Illinois, 1973-2000
Box 46 Folder 25 Citizens Taking Action (CTA), [1999]
Box 46 Folder 26 Coalition for New Priorities, [1992-1993]
Box 46 Folder 27 Coalition for Positive Sexuality, undated
Box 46 Folder 28 Coalition of Concerned Women in the War on Crime, 1976-1977
Box 46 Folder 29 Coalition on Adolescent Risk Reduction (CARR), 1998-1999
Box 47 Folder 1 Coalition on Adolescent Risk Reduction (CARR), 2000-2003
Box 47 Folder 2 Columbia College, 1999
Box 47 Folder 3 Committee for Democratic Election Laws (CoDEL, Illinois), [1975]
Box 47 Folder 4 Communist Party USA/Illinois, 1979, 1994
Box 47 Folder 5 Community Center Foundation, 1992
Box 47 Folder 6 Community Media Workshop, 1999-2003
Box 47 Folder 7 Community Mental Health Council, 1993
Box 47 Folder 8 Community Renewal Society, 1977-2005
Box 47 Folder 9 Congressional Black Caucus, 1972-1989
Box 47 Folder 10 Congressional Black Caucus, 1990-1999
Box 47 Folder 11 Continental Africa Chamber of Commerce, undated
Box 47 Folder 12 Cook County States Attorney Campaign--Donald Page Moore, 1972
Box 47 Folder 13 Coordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO), circa 1964-1965
Box 47 Folder 14 Cosmopolitan Chamber of Commerce, 1989-2000
Box 47 Folder 15 Council on Black American Affairs (American Association of Community and Junior Colleges), 1980
Box 47 Folder 16 CPAs for the Public Interest, undated
Box 48 Folder 1 Crossroads Fund--Fundraising and educational materials, 1992-2003, undated
Box 48 Folder 2 Crossroads Fund--Grant applications (PPEF), 1997-2003, undated
Box 48 Folder 3 Crossroads Fund--Newsletters, 1996-2003
Box 48 Folder 4 Dearborn Park Corporation, circa 1980
Box 48 Folder 5 Dearborn Real Estate Board, 1980
Box 48 Folder 6 Donors Forum of Chicago, 1977-1988
Box 48 Folder 7 DuSable High School Booster Club, Inc., 1975
Box 48 Folder 8 DuSable Museum of African American History, 1976-2005
Box 48 Folder 9 Emancipation Proclamation Committee of Chicago, 1962
Box 48 Folder 10 eta Creative Arts Foundation, 2004
Box 48 Folder 11 Executives’ Club of Chicago, 1977-1978
Box 48 Folder 12 FESPAC [Pan African Conference], 1987
Box 48 Folder 13 FESTAC (2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture), 1977
Box 48 Folder 14 Foundation for Freedom and Democracy in Community Life, Inc., 1965-1975
Box 48 Folder 15 Fred Hampton Community College of Law and International Diplomacy, 1976-1977
Box 48 Folder 16 Fred Hampton Legal Assistance Scholarship Fund, 1999
Box 48 Folder 17 Girl’s Best Friend Foundation, with Sisters Empowering Sisters, 2001-2003
Box 49 Folder 1 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1977-1979
Box 49 Folder 2 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1980-1981
Box 49 Folder 3 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1982
Box 49 Folder 4 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1983
Box 49 Folder 5 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1984
Box 49 Folder 6 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1985
Box 49 Folder 7 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--1986-1989
Box 49 Folder 8 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--Business Plan Manual for Small Construction Firms [1982]
Box 49 Folder 9 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--Client Project Booklet [1985]
Box 49 Folder 10 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--Gary Minority Business Development Center, forms, undated
Box 49 Folder 11 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--Small Business Client List and client information, 1982-1985
Box 49 Folder 12 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation--Undated organizational materials, [1980s]
Box 50 Folder 1 Governor's Office of Human Resources (GOHR)---Correspondence re: Brenetta Howell Barrett appointment, 1975
Box 50 Folder 2 GOHR--Advanced Concepts Ltd., contract agreements 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 3 GOHR--Brochures, [1973-1974]
Box 50 Folder 4 GOHR--Budget Reports, 1973
Box 50 Folder 5 GOHR--Bureau of Employment Security Contract [subcontract] Agreements, 1973
Box 50 Folder 6 GOHR--Checks issued for projects, 1974
Box 50 Folder 7 GOHR--Clippings, 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 8 GOHR--Contract agreements (var.), 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 9 GOHR--Contracts by Department List, 1973
Box 50 Folder 10 GOHR--Correspondence (incoming), 1974
Box 50 Folder 11 GOHR--Correspondence (outgoing), 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 12 GOHR--Correspondence, reports, memos for training and technical assistance, 1973 January-June
Box 50 Folder 13 GOHR--Department of Local Government Affairs, 1973
Box 50 Folder 14 GOHR--Developmental Disabilities Advisory Council, 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 15 GOHR--Employee termination correspondence, 1973
Box 50 Folder 16 GOHR--Governor's "Ad hoc" Committee with Subcommittee on the Black Community, 1973-1974
Box 50 Folder 17 GOHR--Governor's cabinet (directories), 1973-1975
Box 51 Folder 1 GOHR--Governor Daniel Walker (memos, agendas, correspondence) 1973-1975
Box 51 Folder 2 GOHR--Grant administration chart,1973
Box 51 Folder 3 GOHR--Help Your Brother, Inc. contract agreements, 1973-1974
Box 51 Folder 4 GOHR--Memo to personnel re telephone procedures, 1974
Box 51 Folder 5 GOHR--National Symposium Child Abuse and Neglect (FLAG), 1973
Box 51 Folder 6 GOHR--Neighborhood Outreach Work, Inc. (Nutrition and Social Services Program) Financial Report 1974
Box 51 Folder 7 GOHR--Office of Economic Opportunity Audit Report of Community Action Program Grant, 1974
Box 51 Folder 8 GOHR--Office of Economic Opportunity Region V directors meeting (notes), 1974
Box 51 Folder 9 GOHR--Reorganization of functions into other Illinois executive departments, 1974
Box 51 Folder 10 GOHR--Salary requests, GOHR staff, 1973
Box 51 Folder 11 GOHR--Southern Illinois Land and Human Resources Development Corporation, 1973
Box 51 Folder 12 GOHR--Telegram to State Senator Cecil A. Partee re: funding GOHR, 1974
Box 51 Folder 13 GOHR--U.S. Department of Labor correspondence re: funding reallocation for "Hometown" minority contract assistance, 1974
Box 51 Folder 14 GOHR--Wabash Area Development, Inc. (Senior Citizens Nutritional Social Service Program Demonstration) auditor's report, 1973
Box 51 Folder 15 GOHR/Office of the Governor--[Ad hoc committee on Fair Employment] 1975
Box 51 Folder 16 GOHR/Office of the Governor--[Housing and community development grant review], 1975
Box 51 Folder 17 GOHR/Office of the Governor--[Housing and community development notes], circa 1975
Box 51 Folder 18 GOHR/Office of the Governor--Report of the Commission on the Status of Women, 1976
Box 51 Folder 19 GOHR/Office of the Governor--Special Events, 1974
Box 51 Folder 20 GOHR/Office of the Governor--Technical Advisor (Child Welfare), 1974
Box 51 Folder 21 GOHR/Office of the Governor--Technical Advisor (Transportation), 1974-1975
Box 51 Folder 22 GOHR/Illinois Office of Minority Business Enterprise (U.S. Department of Commerce)--Contract agreements and proposals, 1973
Box 51 Folder 23 GOHR/Illinois Office of Minority Business Enterprise (U.S. Department of Commerce)--Illinois Minority Vendors Directory, 1974
Box 51 Folder 24 GOHR/Illinois Office of Minority Business Enterprise (U.S. Department of Commerce)--Insight Newsletter, 1974
Box 52 Folder 1 Greater Chicago Committee, The, 1998
Box 52 Folder 2 Greater Woodlawn Pastor's Alliance, [1963]
Box 52 Folder 3 Habilitative Systems, Inc. (HSI), 1994
Box 52 Folder 4 Harold Washington Commemorative Stamp Project, 2001
Box 52 Folder 5 Help for Survivors, 1998
Box 52 Folder 6 Hemlock of Illinois, 1987-1993
Box 52 Folder 7 Hispanic Health Alliance, [1987-1988]
Box 52 Folder 8 Howard Brown Center, 1998, 2001
Box 52 Folder 9 Illinois Association of Non-Profit Organizations, 1993-1994
Box 52 Folder 10 Illinois Black Political Caucus, 1974. SEE ALSO name tags, in Memorabilia
Box 52 Folder 11 Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health, 1995-2002, undated
Box 52 Folder 12 Illinois Citizens for the Medical Control of Abortion, 1971-1977, undated
Box 52 Folder 13 Illinois Commission on the Status of Women--Testimony, research material, 1976
Box 52 Folder 14 Illinois Commission on the Status of Women--Correspondence, meeting minutes, 1976
Box 52 Folder 15 Illinois Commission on the Status of Women, Correspondence, meeting minutes, 1977
Box 52 Folder 16 Illinois Committee on Health Security, 1977
Box 52 Folder 17 Illinois Disproportionate Justice Impact Study Commission (DJIS), 2009
Box 52 Folder 18 Illinois Rally for Civil Rights, 1966
Box 52 Folder 19 Illinois 2000 Foundation for an Alternative Economic Future, 1978-1979
Box 52 Folder 20 Illinois 2000 Foundation for an Alternative Economic Future, 1980, undated
Box 53 Folder 1 Illinois Women’s Health Coalition, 1997-1999
Box 53 Folder 2 Jackson Park Hospital, 1996
Box 53 Folder 3 Kool Achiever Awards, 1989-1993
Box 53 Folder 4 Labor Committee for Tim Black for 4th Ward Alderman, 1963
Box 53 Folder 5 League of Black Women, The, 1971
Box 53 Folder 6 League of Black Women, The, 1972-1979
Box 53 Folder 7 League of Women Voters, The, 1970-1991, undated
Box 53 Folder 8 Little Brothers/Friends of the Elderly, 1992-2006
Box 53 Folder 9 Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade, 1974-1976
Box 53 Folder 10 Luster Products Black Heritage Foundation, 1999
Box 53 Folder 11 Magic Community Improvement, Inc., 1978-1979
Box 53 Folder 12 Malcolm X College, 1977-2003
Box 54 Folder 1 March on Washington (clipping only), 1963
Box 54 Folder 2 Mary Herrick Scholarship Fund, 1996-1999
Box 54 Folder 3 Metropolitan Association of Political Professionals (MAPP), 1994
Box 54 Folder 4 Millennium Project "Taking Africa Into the 21st Century," 2001
Box 54 Folder 5 Million Mom 2000 March
Box 54 Folder 6 Minority Business Development Council, 1972
Box 54 Folder 7 Mothers of Medical Students (MOMS), Inc., 1977
Box 54 Folder 8 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Brenetta Howell Barrett personnel file, 1993-1996
Box 54 Folder 9 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Business contacts list, undated
Box 54 Folder 10 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--By-laws, [1994-1996]
Box 54 Folder 11 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Correspondence and events materials, 1994
Box 54 Folder 12 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 January
Box 54 Folder 13 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1955 February
Box 54 Folder 14 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 March
Box 54 Folder 15 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 April
Box 54 Folder 16 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 May
Box 55 Folder 1 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 June
Box 55 Folder 2 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 July
Box 55 Folder 3 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 August
Box 55 Folder 4 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 September
Box 55 Folder 5 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 October
Box 55 Folder 6 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 November
Box 55 Folder 7 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1995 December
Box 55 Folder 8 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, 1996
Box 56 Folder 1 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)-- Correspondence and events materials, undated
Box 56 Folder 2 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Lobbying packet, 1995
Box 56 Folder 3 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Personnel Policy, [1994-1996]
Box 56 Folder 4 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)--Supplemental research material, circa 1990-1996
Box 56 Folder 5 National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, 1976-2005
Box 56 Folder 6 National Alliance of Black Feminists (NABF), 1976-1977
Box 56 Folder 7 National Association of Black Consumer Organizations (NABCO), 1989-1994
Box 56 Folder 8 National Association of Black Social Workers, 1974-1980
Box 56 Folder 9 National Association of Negro Business & Professional Women’s Clubs, 1981-1999
Box 56 Folder 10 National Black Nurses’ Association (Chicago), 1993-1998, undated
Box 57 Folder 1 National Black Political Convention (Little Rock, AR), 1974
Box 57 Folder 2 National Black Political Coordinating Convention (Chicago), 2004
Box 57 Folder 3 National Black United Front, 1984, 1998, 2002
Box 57 Folder 4 National Black Women’s Political Leadership Caucus, 1973
Box 57 Folder 5 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), 1988-2003, undated
Box 57 Folder 6 National Committee for Responsible Philanthropy, 1978
Box 57 Folder 7 National Conference on Black Power, 1967
Box 57 Folder 8 National Forum for Black Public Administrators, 1986-1989
Box 57 Folder 9 National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), 2001-2002
Box 57 Folder 10 National Organization for Women (NOW), 1971
Box 57 Folder 11 National Peoples Action (NPA, with West Sider Gale Cincotta), 1980
Box 57 Folder 12 National Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement (NPDUM), [1990s]
Box 57 Folder 13 National Urban Affairs Council, 1975
Box 57 Folder 14 National Welfare Rights Organization, 1971
Box 57 Folder 15 National Youth Conference, 2006
Box 58 Folder 1 New Chicago Delegation (National Democratic Convention), 1972
Box 58 Folder 2 New Chicago Ethics Committee, 1986
Box 58 Folder 3 Northwestern University Legal Clinic (Community Panels for Youth Project), 1999-2002
Box 58 Folder 4 Oak Forest Hospital, 1989-1999
Box 58 Folder 5 Older Women’s League (OWL), 1991-1993, undated
Box 58 Folder 6 Omni-U – the Connection to Education, circa 1995-2010
Box 58 Folder 7 Operation Brotherhood, 1982, 1998
Box 58 Folder 8 Operation PUSH, circa 1972
Box 58 Folder 9 Operation S.A.M.M. (Self-Awareness-Motivation-Movement), undated
Box 58 Folder 10 Path Press--Prepublication offer, 1969
Box 58 Folder 11 Path Press--Stock offering, 1969
Box 58 Folder 12 Path Press--Loan proposal, 1983
Box 58 Folder 13 Path Press--Black Film/TV Project, 1986
Box 58 Folder 14 Path Press--Pathways (Minority Press Review), 1995
Box 58 Folder 15 Paul Robeson 100th Birthday Committee, 1977-2000
Box 58 Folder 16 Peace Museum, 1967, 2002
Box 58 Folder 17 Peoples' Policy (Evanston, Illinois) "No Fare" Transportation (envelope with note only), undated
Box 59 Folder 1 Phi Delta Kappa International, 1996-2002
Box 59 Folder 2 Political Action Conference of Illinois (PAC), 1979-1980
Box 59 Folder 3 Presbytery of Chicago, 2002
Box 59 Folder 4 Prison Phone Project, 1999
Box 59 Folder 5 Provident Hospital, 1980
Box 59 Folder 6 Public Square, 2002
Box 59 Folder 7 Publicity Club of Chicago, [1980-1985]
Box 59 Folder 8 Rape Victim Advocates, 2002, undated
Box 59 Folder 9 Renaissance Women/Black Leadership Family Plan, 1982
Box 59 Folder 10 Retirement Research Foundation, 1992-1999
Box 59 Folder 11
  1. Ambrose School and Parish, 1994-1998, undated
Box 59 Folder 12 St. Joseph’s Carondelet School and Solace Academy, 2003
Box 59 Folder 13 School Street Movement, 2001-2002
Box 59 Folder 14 2nd District U.S. Congress (Mississippi) Robert Clark Campaign, 1984 (SEE ALSO 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Freedom Ride II Project, Box 60 folder 2)
Box 59 Folder 15 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Clippings, 1979-1992
Box 59 Folder 16 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Congressional campaign, 1979
Box 59 Folder 17 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Congressional campaign, 1980
Box 59 Folder 18 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--General materials, 1981
Box 59 Folder 19 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Congressional campaign, 1982
Box 60 Folder 1 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--General materials, 1983-1989, undated
Box 60 Folder 2 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Freedom Ride II Project, 1984 (SEE ALSO Robert Clark campaign, Mississippi, Box 59 folder 14)
Box 60 Folder 3 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--Minority set-asides in defense contracting legislation, 1986-1987
Box 60 Folder 4 2nd District (Illinois) Congressional Office, Hon. Gus Savage--General materials, 1990-2002
Box 60 Folder 5 Sisterhood, The, 1968
Box 60 Folder 6 Social Service Communicators, 1997
Box 60 Folder 7 South Africa Elections, 1983-1994
Box 60 Folder 8 South Shore Commission, [1994]
Box 60 Folder 9 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1970
Box 60 Folder 10 Stolen Lives Project, circa 2000
Box 60 Folder 11 Talent Assistance Program, Inc. (TAP), 1976
Box 60 Folder 12 Team Chicago (Gay Games), circa 2000-2001
Box 60 Folder 13 Third World Conference Foundation, 1984-1987
Box 60 Folder 14 Third World Conference Foundation, 1988-1989
Box 60 Folder 15 Third World Conference Foundation--Guyana Consul Reception, 1989
Box 60 Folder 16 Third World Conference Foundation, 1990-1992
Box 60 Folder 17 Third World Conference Foundation, 1993
Box 60 Folder 18 Third World Conference Foundation--19th Annual Conference, 1993
Box 61 Folder 1 Third World Conference Foundation--Roger K. Oden Reception, 1994
Box 61 Folder 2 Third World Conference Foundation, 1994-1996
Box 61 Folder 3 Third World Conference Foundation, 1998-1999
Box 61 Folder 4 Third World Conference Foundation, 2000-2001
Box 61 Folder 5 Today Educational Network, Inc. (TEN), 1989
Box 61 Folder 6 Tolton Adult Education Center, 1995-1997
Box 61 Folder 7 UBM Construction, Inc., 1993-2000
Box 61 Folder 8 United American Progress Association, 1987
Box 61 Folder 9 United Negro College Fund, 1994-2001
Box 61 Folder 10 Universal Negro Improvement Association, 1974
Box 61 Folder 11 Urban Dynamics Inner City Fund, 1972-1979
Box 61 Folder 12 Urban Markets Unlimited, Inc., 1975
Box 61 Folder 13 US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1978-1979
Box 61 Folder 14 Victim/Witness Assistance Program, 1975
Box 61 Folder 15 Voters Organized to Educate (V.O.T.E.), 1970
Box 61 Folder 16 Washington Square Health Foundation, 2001
Box 61 Folder 17 Welfare PR Forum, 1971
Box 61 Folder 18 Women for Peace, 1980
Box 61 Folder 19 Women in Community Service, 1996-1999
Box 61 Folder 20 Women’s Business Development Center, 1994
Box 61 Folder 21 Woodlawn Organization, The (TWO), 1976
Box 61 Folder 22 Workforce Development Institute (Cahokia, IL), 2001
Box 61 Folder 23 Working Assets Flash Activist Network, 2001
Box 61 Folder 24 Working Women’s History Project, 2002
Box 61 Folder 25 WVON-AM, 1999-2001
Box 62 Folder 1 Young Women’s Empowerment Project, 1999, undated
Box 62 Folder 2 Young Women's Leadership Charter School, 2004
Box 62 Folder 3 Youth at Risk (Chicago), 1989
Box 62 Folder 4 Youth in Power, Inc., 2003
Box 62 Folder 5 Political--Burris, Roland W., 1978-1994
Box 62 Folder 6 Political--Cahnman, [first name not given], 1995
Box 62 Folder 7 Political--Cousins, William, Jr., 1990-1999
Box 62 Folder 8 Political--Dunlap, Sel, [1990s]
Box 62 Folder 9 Political--Moseley Braun, Carol, 1980-1998
Box 62 Folder 10 Political--Orr, David, 1993
Box 62 Folder 11 Political--Peters, Louanner, circa 1992 (1 of 2)
Box 62 Folder 12 Political--Peters, Louanner, circa 1992 (2 of 2)
Box 62 Folder 13 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1993-1994
Box 62 Folder 14 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign organization)
Box 62 Folder 15 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign volunteers)
Box 62 Folder 16 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign clippings)
Box 62 Folder 17 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign constituency groups various A-Z)
Box 63 Folder 1 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign business constituency))
Box 63 Folder 2 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign clergy constituency)
Box 63 Folder 3 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign disabled constituency)
Box 63 Folder 4 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign health professionals constituency)
Box 63 Folder 5 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign correspondence)
Box 63 Folder 6 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign flyers, palm cards)
Box 63 Folder 7 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Maurice Kane, campaign volunteer)
Box 63 Folder 8 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign position papers & statements)
Box 63 Folder 9 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign press office announcements)
Box 63 Folder 10 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign schedules, calendar)
Box 63 Folder 11 Political--Rush, Bobby, 1998-1999 (Mayoral campaign staff memos, notes)
Box 63 Folder 12 Political--Rush, Bobby, Leadership Conference on Gun Violence, 1999-2000
Box 63 Folder 13 Political--Sawyer, Eugene (Mayor), 1988-1989 (SEE ALSO Memorabilia Series posters)
Box 63 Folder 14 Political--Washington, Harold (1st Mayoral campaign, Brenetta Howell Barrett as campaign vice-chairperson and schedule director), 1976-1977
Box 63 Folder 15 Political--Washington, Harold, 1980-1989

Series 9: Event Programs (General), 1973-2003

Box 64 Folder 1 Abraham Lincoln Centre Community Leadership Awards Banquet, 1977
Box 64 Folder 2 BGA Investigates the Big Affair, 1977
Box 64 Folder 3 Bishop Desmond Tutu Honorary Luncheon, 1986
Box 64 Folder 3-a Black Contractors United 12th Annual Dinner, 1992
Box 64 Folder 4 Black Faculty and Staff in Higher Education Honors Professor Timuel D. Black, 1989
Box 64 Folder 5 Chicago Interreligious Coalition Against Racism Interfaith Celebration, 1994
Box 64 Folder 6 Chicago Sun-Times Forum "The Nation 89," 1989
Box 64 Folder 7 Chocolate City (Marketing Opportunities in Black Entertainment), undated
Box 64 Folder 8 Circuit Court of Cook County Investiture Ceremonies, 1996
Box 64 Folder 9 City of Chicago 4th Annual Interfaith Breakfast in Recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1988
Box 64 Folder 10 Community Economic Development Law Project/Chicago Department of Planning and Development Workshops, 1998
Box 64 Folder 11 Community Involvement Workshop--1st Benefit Concert/Art Exhibit for Pontiac Prison Inmates, 1973
Box 64 Folder 12 "A Conversation with Dr. Asa Hilliard: To Be African," 1999
Box 64 Folder 13 "D-Erania Live," (female saxophonist), 2001
Box 64 Folder 14 District 20 SCR's 4th Annual Scholarship Dinner Establishing the Earl D. Mosely Foundation, 1999
Box 64 Folder 15 "Ghandi" Benefit Premier [for UNICEF], 1983
Box 64 Folder 16 "Lady Rutherford's Cauliflower" by Norman Porter (Oyez Review), Roosevelt University, 2000
Box 64 Folder 17 Libra Birthday Celebration "The Four of Us," 1977
Box 64 Folder 18 Million Woman 1997 March
Box 64 Folder 19 Names Project: AIDS Memorial Quilt, 1998
Box 64 Folder 20 OBAC (Organization of Black American Culture) Workshop Presents "Love . . . A Dress Rehearsal," 1989
Box 64 Folder 21 Presidential Awards Breakfast (by Cook County President's Office of Employment Training), 1995
Box 64 Folder 22 Reception to Salute Mayor Eugene Sawyer, 1989
Box 64 Folder 23 Rumpelstiltskin, Ltd., "April Fool" Spring Disco, 1977
Box 64 Folder 24 Elizabeth School Centennial. 1986
Box 64 Folder 25 Salute to Chicago's Black Financial Institutions (by Dollars and Sense), 1977
Box 64 Folder 26 A Salute to Grace Mary Stern by Illinois Now, 1995
Box 64 Folder 27 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) Suburban Chapter--5th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Dinner, 1977
Box 64 Folder 28 Tribute to Lawrence Kennon, "Welcome to the Academy Awards," 1995
Box 64 Folder 29 Tribute to Sister Erma James, by National Black United Fund (NBUF) 1991
Box 64 Folder 30 'Twas the Night Before Kwanzaa," 1995
Box 64 Folder 31 25th Annual Chicago Leadership Prayer Breakfast, 1988
Box 64 Folder 32 University of Chicago/Donors Forum of Chicago Library Committee Luncheon and Tour of Regenstein Library, 1976
Box 64 Folder 33 V-103's 5th Annual Expo for Today's Black Woman, 1997
Box 64 Folder 34 Voice of the Community Ministerial Association (VOCMA) First Annual Prayer Breakfast, 1996
Box 64 Folder 35 Washington, Harold--memorial programs, 1987-2003
Box 64 Folder 36 Wedding of Cerretta [Thomas] and Lamarr [Washington], 1999
Box 64 Folder 37 Wedding of Ermetra Adair Black and Timothy Keith Murrell, 1978
Box 64 Folder 38 Wedding of Penny Rachel Windham and Richard Earl Gray, undated

Series 10: Funeral Programs (General), 1963-2010

Box 65 Folder 1 Ahmose, Afi Ja'Ma Kenyatta O Corabenny, (a.k.a. Jeff, Jeffrey), 1998
Box 65 Folder 2 Alexander, Louis G., 1998
Box 65 Folder 3 Boler, Leo Roscoe, Sr., 1994
Box 65 Folder 4 Bradley, Greta Lindquist, 1989
Box 65 Folder 5 Butler, Alfred Calvin, 1996
Box 65 Folder 6 Cage, James I. (a.k.a. Kuji Chagulia Menelik III), 2002
Box 65 Folder 7 Clarke, William R. (M.D.), 1990
Box 65 Folder 8 Criley, Richard L., 2000
Box 65 Folder 9 Deloch, Jessie B., 1985
Box 65 Folder 10 Ellis, Patricia Jonnie Lumpkin, undated
Box 65 Folder 11 Fairfax, Julia, 2002
Box 65 Folder 12 Gaynor, Anne Kabakoff, 1995
Box 65 Folder 13 Gunn, Aldine, 1998
Box 65 Folder 14 Harris, William F., 1999
Box 65 Folder 15 Henderson, Edward III, 1972
Box 65 Folder 16 Hopkins, Rew Mae (Mrs.), 1963 (copy only)
Box 65 Folder 17 James, Erma, 1991
Box 65 Folder 18 Janney, Albert, 1994
Box 65 Folder 19 Jefferson, Nancy B., 1992
Box 65 Folder 20 Jenkins, Gloria Jean, 2006
Box 65 Folder 21 Johnson, Anthony Said ("Tony"), 2002
Box 65 Folder 22 Kunstler, William, 1995
Box 65 Folder 23 Landry, Lawrence A. ("Larry"), 1997
Box 65 Folder 24 LeWin, Wendy Lee, 2000
Box 65 Folder 25 Lippitz, Charles Aronin, 2004
Box 65 Folder 26 Luck-Jarrett, Sherry (Dr.), 1999
Box 65 Folder 27 McCain, Delores, 2010
Box 65 Folder 28 McCarrell, Stuart, 2001
Box 65 Folder 29 McDowell, Gladys, 1998
Box 65 Folder 30 McLoud, Jurldine Cass, 1992 (obituary only)
Box 65 Folder 31 Redmond, (Mother) Mary Lou, 2004
Box 65 Folder 32 Rios, Geraldine (Moore), 1991
Box 65 Folder 33 Russell, Thomas William, 1992
Box 65 Folder 34 Sargent, Kevin Joseph (OOOU), 1990
Box 65 Folder 35 Searcy, Nina Gibson Pittman, 1995
Box 65 Folder 36 Spivey, (Joe) Barrey William, 1995
Box 65 Folder 37 Triplett, Howell Jackson, 1999
Box 65 Folder 38 Turner, Irene Rose, 1997
Box 65 Folder 39 Williams, Bennett (b. Anthony James Rolling), 2001
Box 65 Folder 40 Willis, Nathaniel, Sr. (Dr.), 2002
Box 65 Folder 41 Wilson, Charles, 1984
Box 65 Folder 42 Young, Pearl Leander, 1999

Series 11: Serial Publications (General), 1963-2012

Box 66 Folder 1 African American Environmentalist, 1990
Box 66 Folder 2 Bennett Bulletin (Maisha Bennett and Associates), 1991
Box 66 Folder 3 Binding Ties (Black Women's Community Development Foundation), 1973
Box 66 Folder 4 Black World, 1973
Box 66 Folder 5 Breadwinner, 1974. SEE ALSO article, Box 6 folder 15
Box 66 Folder 6 Bridges [celebrating the existence and diversity of Black lesbians], 1994
Box 66 Folder 7 Chicago Reporter, The, 1976
Box 66 Folder 8 Concord Lifestyle (African Concord Ltd.), 1990
Box 66 Folder 9 Conscience (Newsjournal of Prochoice Catholic Opinion), 1999
Box 66 Folder 10 The Crisis, 1963
Box 66 Folder 11 Design & Environment, 1974
Box 66 Folder 12 Freedom Unlimited [Magazine], 1972
Box 66 Folder 13 Governing the States and Localities (Congressional Quarterly, Inc.), 1987-1989
Box 66 Folder 14 Illinois Politics, 1987
Box 66 Folder 15 [Illinois]Public Health Advocate, 1999
Box 66 Folder 16 Jet, 1969, 1972
Box 66 Folder 17 Kujisource (Journal of the African American AIDS Policy and Training Institute and the AIDS Social Policy Archive at University of South California), 2001
Box 66 Folder 18 Neighborhood Works (Resources for Urban Communities), 1989
Box 66 Folder 19 Nightlines (Quintessentially Queer), 2000-2001
Box 66 Folder 20 Positively Aware (Test Positive Aware Network), 1993, 1995
Box 66 Folder 21 Positively Aware (Test Positive Aware Network), 1999
Box 66 Folder 22 Positively Aware (Test Positive Aware Network), 2000-2001
Box 67 Folder 1 Seasoned: A Journal of Life Passionately Lived, 2002
Box 67 Folder 2 Sechaba (National Congress South Africa), 1986
Box 67 Folder 3 Sex, etc., A Newsletter for Teens, 2001
Box 67 Folder 4 Third World Perspective (Third World Conference Foundation, Inc.), 1998
Box 67 Folder 5 Venus (for People of African Descent in The Life), 1998
Box 67 Folder 6 Violence Prevention (Illinois Center for Violence Prevention), 2002
Box 67 Folder 7 WVON 1450-AM The Talk of Chicago, 1999-2000
Box 68 All Chicago City News, 1986 May 23-June 5
Box 68 Black Express News (Million Man March), 1996 and 1998
Box 68 Chicago Assyrian, The, 1987 October
Box 68 Esquire Magazine 35th Anniversary Issue, 1968 October
Box 68 Evanston (Illinois) Sentinel, 2012
Box 68 Grand Rapids Press, 1968 April 7
Box 68 Metropolitan Advocate (Chicago), 1990 May 28
Box 68 New Orleans Tribune, The, 1990 June
Box 68 Outlines, 1997 February
Box 68 South Street Journal (Chicago), 2000 July 20
Box 68 War Times, 2002 August, September, December; 2003 January

Series 12: Personal Correspondence, Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1970-2007

Box 69 Folder 1 Allen, Charlotte, 2001
Box 69 Folder 2 Anthony, Jerry (Mr. and Mrs.), undated
Box 69 Folder 3 Avila, Susan, undated
Box 69 Folder 4 Barrow, Rev. Willie T., 1998
Box 69 Folder 5 Bass, Lettina and Kirk McCloud, 1999
Box 69 Folder 6 Beasley, C[larence] (Mr. and Mrs.), 1971
Box 69 Folder 7 Benson, Elizabeth L., 1998, 2001
Box 69 Folder 8 Booker, Mary Ann Brooks and Robert, 1990-1998, undated
Box 69 Folder 9 Britton, Arthur, Julia, and Julienne, undated
Box 69 Folder 10 Brooks, Arthemise and Barissa, 1974, 1988
Box 69 Folder 11 [Brooks], Arthur, undated
Box 69 Folder 12 Brooks, Bonnie (Yvonne), 1988
Box 69 Folder 13 Brooks, William, Sr., undated
Box 69 Folder 14 Brown, Evelyn, 1995-2006, undated
Box 69 Folder 15 Cain, Dennis (Mr. and Mrs.), circa 1995
Box 69 Folder 16 Carter, [Lil], 1987
Box 69 Folder 17 Chappell, Lucy Lang, 1992
Box 69 Folder 18 Childs, Jack and Josie, 1995-1999
Box 69 Folder 19 City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services (taxicab incident), 2001
Box 69 Folder 20 Clarke, G., M.D., 1999
Box 69 Folder 21 Cohran, Philip (Corliss High School), 1992
Box 69 Folder 22 Craig, Larry and Lynn, undated
Box 69 Folder 23 Criley, Richard (envelope only), 1988
Box 69 Folder 24 Croswell, Jeri, 1999
Box 69 Folder 25 Davison, Evelyn, 2003
Box 69 Folder 26 Davison, Tiffany, 1997
Box 69 Folder 27 [D'amico], [Judith] and Joy, undated
Box 69 Folder 28 Dean, Rosylin, 1978-1996
Box 69 Folder 29 [Dees], Wanda and Demetrius, 1985-1996, undated
Box 69 Folder 30 Delaney, Jewell, and Brown family, 1997
Box 69 Folder 31 Dirl, Virginia and Tony, undated
Box 69 Folder 32 Doherty, Jay D., 1986
Box 69 Folder 33 Donnell, Edward S. (Montgomery Ward and Company), 1974
Box 69 Folder 34 DuBose, Tajia DeRae and Gerald Alan Byndum, Jr., 2000
Box 69 Folder 35 Duckett, Alfred with Al Cain (Writers and Editors, Inc.), 1974
Box 69 Folder 36 Ebersold, Charles W. (Illinois Bell), 1971
Box 69 Folder 37 Eichelberger, Brenda, 1999
Box 69 Folder 38 Evans, Johnnie, 1999
Box 69 Folder 39 Ferber, Robert (Survey Research Laboratory), 1974
Box 69 Folder 40 Fitzgerald, Peter G., U.S. Senate, 2000-2003
Box 69 Folder 41 Fitzpatrick, Jean, 1972-1985, undated
Box 69 Folder 42 Ford-Livene, Nmon, and family, 1985-2002
Box 69 Folder 43 Freeman, Charles G., Hon. (Illinois Supreme Court), undated
Box 69 Folder 44 Gaynor, Harry and Anne, undated
Box 69 Folder 45 Glapion, Emelda, 1999, undated
Box 69 Folder 46 Hamilton, H. Morgan (Judge) and Dr. Wayne H. Fink, 2001
Box 69 Folder 47 Hartsfield, James, 2000
Box 69 Folder 48 Hartsfield, Kendall D., 1999
Box 69 Folder 49 Hatch, John, 2003
Box 69 Folder 50 Hawke, Deneen, Tosha, and Treschan, 1997
Box 69 Folder 51 Hayes, Mimi Shaw, 1999
Box 69 Folder 52 Henderson, Cynthia Howell and Prentiss Jackson, 1971-2004, undated
Box 70 Folder 1 [Hopkins], Rosa Lee, 1980
Box 70 Folder 2 Howell, Abiiba, [1984]
Box 70 Folder 3 Howell, Jessiica, [1991]
Box 70 Folder 4 Howell, Kelvin, 1997
Box 70 Folder 5 Howell, Kevin Lawrence, 1998-2003
Box 70 Folder 6 Jackson, Luster, undated
Box 70 Folder 7 Jackson, Sherri, 1998
Box 70 Folder 8 Johnson, Almeta, 2000
Box 70 Folder 9 Johnson, Sally, 1980
Box 70 Folder 10 Kenny-Thomas, Betty, undated
Box 70 Folder 11 Kiser, Brenetta, 1970
Box 70 Folder 12 Kransdorf, Joe, undated
Box 70 Folder 13 Lambert, Jerline and Kenneth E., 1996
Box 70 Folder 14 Lambert, Virginia and Cecil Darnell Barber, 1995-1999
Box 70 Folder 15 Lazar, Agnes, 1995
Box 70 Folder 16 Loftus, Mark P. (Law Office), 2000-2002
Box 70 Folder 17 Lucas, Jonathan (Mr. and Mrs.); Venerria and Ronald Joseph Knox, 1978
Box 70 Folder 18 Luqmar, W. C. Anas, 1972
Box 70 Folder 19 Manning, George [draft, undated]
Box 70 Folder 20 Mayes, Viveca Howell Gibson; Juan Gibson I, Juan Gibson II, 1985, undated
Box 70 Folder 21 Meredith, Scott [1960s]
Box 70 Folder 22 Miller, Linda, undated
Box 70 Folder 23 Mitchell-Davis, Judy I., Hon. (Judge),1992
Box 70 Folder 24 Moore, James and Rosa, undated
Box 70 Folder 25 Moore, Sibyl (Radford), circa 1971-1975
Box 70 Folder 26 Morey, Leslie C. (Vanderbilt University), [1990]
Box 70 Folder 27 Mubashshir, Imam Rabbani (1998 Islamic Convention)
Box 70 Folder 28 Muskovitz, Emily (Neopolitan [sic] Lighthouse), 2000
Box 70 Folder 29 Oates, Jewell (Women's Treatment Center, Inc.), 2000
Box 70 Folder 30 Pappas, Maria (T.O.P.S.), 2005
Box 70 Folder 31 Polyak, Georgeen (Village of Oak Park Department of Public Health), 2007
Box 70 Folder 32 Powlesson, J. (Mrs.), 1983
Box 70 Folder 33 Pudden'head Press, undated
Box 70 Folder 34 Quissell, Katy, 2000
Box 70 Folder 35 Raby, Al, 1972
Box 70 Folder 36 Randall, Ralph and Ernestine, undated
Box 70 Folder 37 Reed, Cassius, 1984
Box 70 Folder 38 Roberts, Darryl, 1996
Box 70 Folder 39 [Rose], Pat, undated
Box 70 Folder 40 Rummage, D. L. [Darryl], 2001
Box 70 Folder 41 Rummage, Louise, 1980
Box 70 Folder 42 Rummage, Theodore Roosevelt III, 1983
Box 70 Folder 43 Rush, Bobby and Carolyn, undated
Box 70 Folder 44 Salk, Evelyn, undated
Box 70 Folder 45 Salter, George B. undated
Box 70 Folder 46 Savage, Gus undated
Box 70 Folder 47 Savage, Tommy and Drella, Tommy, Jr. and Chy, undated
Box 70 Folder 48 Smith, Philip and Elaine, undated
Box 70 Folder 49 [Stockton], Barbara, 1988
Box 70 Folder 50 Steele, Bobbie L. and family, undated
Box 70 Folder 51 Sykes, Erma S., 1997
Box 70 Folder 52 Taylor, Brooke, 1999
Box 70 Folder 53 Thompson, Jim, 1977
Box 70 Folder 54 Triplett, Howell and family, 1990, undated
Box 70 Folder 55 Vickers, S.; Payne, L.; Kleffman, S.; DeGuide, D., 1997
Box 70 Folder 56 Vinzant, John (DuSable High School 49ers Reunion), [1998-1999]
Box 70 Folder 57 Walker, Daniel (Illinois governor), 1972-1973
Box 70 Folder 58 Wallace, Earl, 1977
Box 70 Folder 59 Ward, Val Gray, 1980
Box 71 Folder 1 Washington, Harold, 1986
Box 71 Folder 2 Wickstrom, Esther (Chicago Council on USA-USSR Friendship, 1989
Box 71 Folder 3 Wiley, Sandra L. (Al Johnson Cadillac), 1980
Box 71 Folder 4 Williams, James K., 1990
Box 71 Folder 5 Winbush, Greg, 1998
Box 71 Folder 6 Woods, Dolores T., 1991
Box 71 Folder 7 [Young], Helen and Ines, 1996-2003
Box 71 Folder 8 Young, Paul and family, 1999
Box 71 Folder 9 Zimbabwe Pen Pals, 1990-1993
Box 71 Folder 10 [not identified], [Azello Collins], 1996, undated
Box 71 Folder 11 [not identified], Christy and Danisha, undated
Box 71 Folder 12 [not identified], "Cocoa," [Inez D. Young], 1990
Box 71 Folder 13 [not identified], Joyce, 1999
Box 71 Folder 14 [not identified], Lena and Norman [Roth], 1997
Box 71 Folder 15 [not identified], Linda, 1985
Box 71 Folder 16 [not identified], Milton Roberts, circa 1997
Box 71 Folder 17 [not identified], Mollie [Gold], 1995
Box 71 Folder 18 [not identified], Mildred, Willie, Najja, Camille, [Williamson, undated]
Box 71 Folder 19 [not identified], Nellie, undated
Box 71 Folder 20 [not identified], Ruth and Bob, 1994-2003
Box 71 Folder 21 [not identified], Sherman, 1999
Box 71 Folder 22 [not identified], Velma and George [Koloziej], undated
Box 71 Folder 23 [not identified], Vivian, undated
Box 71 Folder 24 [not identified], Milt and Ilse [Herst], 1994
Box 71 Folder 25 [not identified], Zakiyyah [Wahid], 1999
Box 71 Folder 26 [not identified], Lionel and Celia, 1996
Box 71 Folder 27 [not identified -- illegible], 1995 Christmas
Box 71 Folder 28 Brenetta Howell Barrett Christmas mailing list and Christmas greeting cards made by her, undated
Box 71 Folder 29 Correspondence, others--from Hazel Hanson to Anne, 1981
Box 71 Folder 30 Correspondence, others--from Loyola University to Arthur Brooks, 1992

Series 13: Subject Research Files, 1948-2005

Sub-series 1: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

Box 72 Folder 1 Chicago Guides to citizen participation, [1980s]
Box 72 Folder 2 Chicago: Human Rights and Fair Housing Ordinances, circa 1998
Box 72 Folder 3 CIA Off-Campus: A Do It-Yourself Handbook (Brenetta Howell Barrett a resource contributor) circa 2000
Box 72 Folder 4 Civil rights Acts 1965, 1990, with commentaries
Box 72 Folder 5 Courts and judicature materials, 1948-1999
Box 72 Folder 6 "The Cult of the Informer Revisited: 'Antiterrorism' Policy in the United States," article by Richard Criley, circa 1984
Box 72 Folder 7 Economic inequality, 1970-2000
Box 72 Folder 8 [Interview] with Angela Davis, in New York City Women's House of Detention, undated
Box 72 Folder 9 Iraq/US war, 2002
Box 72 Folder 10 Mozambique/South Africa p (Prexy Nesbitt), 1980s
Box 72 Folder 11 Organizing (communities, protests, labor,) ca1960-2000
Box 72 Folder 12 Palestine/Israel wars, 1970s
Box 72 Folder 13 Political campaign issues, U.S., 1982, 1988
Box 72 Folder 14 Power and racial inequality, circa 1960
Box 72 Folder 15 Red Squad (Chicago Police Department), 1991-1996
Box 72 Folder 16 Reports on Civil Disorders, 1967-1968
Box 72 Folder 17 Clippings--Civil rights and civil liberties

Sub-series 2: Consumer Information

Box 73 Folder 1 Air and water quality, circa 1988-1989
Box 73 Folder 2 Camping--diversity guides, [1970s]
Box 73 Folder 3 Consumer money management and savings, undated
Box 73 Folder 4 Consumers Index to Product Evaluations and Information Sources, 1988
Box 73 Folder 5 Energy saving, 1970-1989, undated
Box 73 Folder 6 Food safety, circa 1985-1989
Box 73 Folder 7 Legal issues for consumers [guides], 1973-2001
Box 73 Folder 8 Public assistance and benefits, 1973-1997, undated
Box 73 Folder 9 Tourism--Chicago and Illinois, circa 1970-2001
Box 73 Folder 10 Tourism--Africa, circa 1990
Box 73 Folder 11 Women in Business Yellow Pages (Metro Chicago), 1988
Box 74 Folder 1 Clippings—consumer information, 1989-1994

Sub-series 3: Education

Box 74 Folder 2 Adult continuing education, 1975-77
Box 74 Folder 3 Bibliographies and book catalogs (social welfare, education, political science), circa 1970-2000
Box 74 Folder 4 Black history and culture curriculum materials, circa 1965-2000
Box 74 Folder 5 "Education for the Future of Illinois: Digest of a Study," State of Illinois task force. 1966
Box 74 Folder 6 Equal opportunity in education [n.d]
Box 74 Folder 7 "The Exceptional Child," Leyden Area Special Education Program (Franklin Park, IL), 1968
Box 74 Folder 8 Humanism, 1989
Box 74 Folder 9 Language arts curriculum materials, 1989, .undated
Box 74 Folder 10 Library of Congress Subject Headings: A Practical Guide," 1951
Box 74 Folder 11 Math curriculum materials, 1949
Box 75 Folder 1 Parenting and education, 1995
Box 75 Folder 2 "Positive Youth Development Initiatives in Chicago," by Renee Ogletree, Tony Bell, and Natalie K. Smith, 2002
Box 75 Folder 3 Report on Muncie, Indiana Secondary Schools In-Service Training, 1972
Box 75 Folder 4 Science, Black Science curriculum materials, 1986
Box 75 Folder 5 Tutoring guides, undated
Box 75 Folder 6 US Copyright [Office Guides, 1997-1998
Box 75 Folder 7 Clippings--education

Sub-series 4: Fund-raising

Box 75 Folder 8 Accounting Problems and How to Solve Them (College Outline Series), 1965
Box 75 Folder 9 Board of directors--responsibility and involvement, undated
Box 75 Folder 10 Computer handbook for fundraisers, 1970
Box 75 Folder 11 Consulting (fundraising), 1985-1989
Box 75 Folder 12 Corporate solicitation, 1989
Box 75 Folder 13 Donor prospects, 1987-1992
Box 75 Folder 14 Event evaluation--sample forms undated
Box 75 Folder 15 Executive skills training, 1977, 1988
Box 75 Folder 16 Foundation annual reports (sample)1990s
Box 75 Folder 17 Funding sources, 1974-2003
Box 76 Folder 1 Guides to Funding Women and Girls, 1991
Box 76 Folder 2 Job descriptions (samples), 1977-[1990s]
Box 76 Folder 3 Liability concerns for not-for-profit board members, undated
Box 76 Folder 4 Loaned executives listing, 1943-1971
Box 76 Folder 5 Market surveys, [1970s]
Box 76 Folder 6 Midwest Newsclip Media Directory, 1980-1981
Box 76 Folder 7 Not-for-profit corporations: organizing guide, 1992
Box 76 Folder 8 Productive meetings, 1979
Box 76 Folder 9 Proposal writing, circa 1970s-2000s
Box 76 Folder 10 Published guides to managing people, 1955-1981, undated
Box 76 Folder 11 Clippings - fundraising

Sub-series 5: Health, Care and Prevention

Box 77 Folder 1 Speeches, background materials, circa 1960s-2000s
Box 77 Folder 2 Writing skills undated
Box 77 Folder 3 Chicago Area HIV Services Directory, 1999-2000
Box 77 Folder 4 Chicago Department of Health,--"The Faces of AIDS: Personal Stories from the Heartland, " [1990s]
Box 77 Folder 5 Chicago Department of Health--Chicago Youth and HIV/AIDS. Project Report, 1997
Box 77 Folder 6 Chicago Department of Health--HIV/AIDS Program reports, [1990], 1999
Box 77 Folder 7 Chicago Board of Health--HIV/AIDS Publications and materials, 1987-2002, undated
Box 77 Folder 8 Chicago Board of Health--Managed Care, undated
Box 77 Folder 9 Chicago Board of Health--Update newsletter, 2001-2005
Box 77 Folder 10 Cook County States Attorney--Balanced and Restorative Justice Programs, [1990s]
Box 78 Folder 1 Illinois Teen Services Programs, 1999
Box 78 Folder 2 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services--Core curriculum on tuberculosis, 2000
Box 78 Folder 3 Alternative medicine
Box 78 Folder 4 Automobile safety belts and seats
Box 78 Folder 5 Cancer and other diseases
Box 78 Folder 6 Child abuse
Box 78 Folder 7 Exercise and fitness
Box 78 Folder 8 For-profit hospitals and corporate ownership/control, 1970
Box 78 Folder 9 Hand washing
Box 78 Folder 10 Hepatitis C, 2002
Box 78 Folder 11 HIV/AIDS material
Box 78 Folder 12 HIV/AIDS related websites, 2000
Box 78 Folder 13 HIV/AIDS South Africa
Box 78 Folder 14 Lesbian/gay/transsexual/bisexual material
Box 78 Folder 15 Long-term care
Box 78 Folder 16 Medical ethics
Box 78 Folder 17 Mental Health
Box 78 Folder 18 Mercury thermometers
Box 78 Folder 19 Nutrition
Box 78 Folder 20 Parenting
Box 79 Folder 1 Pharmaceutical manufacturers brochures
Box 79 Folder 2 Reproductive services
Box 79 Folder 3 Sexual violence
Box 79 Folder 4 Smoking cessation
Box 79 Folder 5 Substance abuse
Box 79 Folder 6 Travelers health and safety
Box 79 Folder 7 Universal health care
Box 79 Folder 8 Urban medicine--Schweitzer Urban Fellows Program, [1990s-2000s]
Box 79 Folder 9 Violence, guns, gangs
Box 79 Folder 10 Well-being materials
Box 79 Folder 11 Women with disabilities
Box 79 Folder 12 Clippings--health, care and prevention

Sub-series 6: Local Government Information

Box 80 Folder 1 Chicago Area Technical Assistance Providers (CATAP) Referral Directory, 1991
Box 80 Folder 2 Chicago City Council member listings, 1989-1999
Box 80 Folder 3 Chicago and governmental ethics, 1987
Box 80 Folder 4 Chicago--legislative districts, Congressional districts and delegations, 1996-1999
Box 80 Folder 5 Chicago--Municipal Code, 1978-1979
Box 80 Folder 6 Chicago--Municipal Handbook, 1987
Box 80 Folder 7 Chicago--Republican ward committeemen, 1999
Box 80 Folder 8 Chicago/Cook County Voter's Guide (Board of Election Commissioners), 1962
Box 80 Folder 9 Chicago/Springfield Centrex Directory, 1974
Box 80 Folder 10 Chicago/Springfield Centrex Directory, 1976
Box 80 Folder 11 Congressional Directory and Action Guide (Unitarian Universalist Association), 1999
Box 80 Folder 12 Cook County Candidate Filing List, 1999
Box 80 Folder 13 Cook County, Illinois, Board of Commissioners listings, 1998-1999, undated
Box 80 Folder 14 Democratic Elected Officials (city, county, state, federal for Cook County), 1989
Box 80 Folder 15 Guide to legal assistance resources
Box 80 Folder 16 Illinois State Government officials roster, 1995
Box 80 Folder 17 U.S. Government officials directory (Taylor's), 1974
Box 80 Folder 18 Clippings, local government information, 1969

Sub-series 7: Small/Minority Business

Box 81 Folder 1 American Entrepreneurs' Association Business Manual No. 128 "Soup Kitchen," 1979
Box 81 Folder 2 Blackbook [Minority] Business and Reference Guides, 1974-1983
Box 81 Folder 3 Chicago Business Opportunity Fair, 1968
Box 81 Folder 4 City of Chicago business support materials [1983]-2000
Box 81 Folder 5 Commercial small business support materials, 1970s
Box 81 Folder 6 Commercial small business support materials, 1980s
Box 82 Folder 1 Commercial small business support materials, 1990s-2000s
Box 82 Folder 2 Conference reports, speeches, newsclippings 1968-1969
Box 82 Folder 3 Conference reports, speeches, 1970s
Box 82 Folder 4 Illinois State Government business support materials, 1980s
Box 82 Folder 5 U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration Handbook, circa 1968
Box 82 Folder 6 U.S. Census--Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the U.S., 1974
Box 82 Folder 7 U.S. Census--Minority-owned Businesses, 1975
Box 82 Folder 8 U.S. Department of Commerce, Mayor's Handbook and guides for local government officials, [1972-1988]
Box 82 Folder 9 U.S. Department of Labor, Worker's Resources [1970s-1990s]
Box 82 Folder 10 U.S. Small Business Administration, Aid bulletins for small marketers and managers, 1960s
Box 83 Folder 1 U.S. Small Business Administration, brochures, 1950s
Box 83 Folder 2 U.S. Small Business Administration, brochures, 1970s
Box 83 Folder 3 U.S. Small Business Administration, brochures, 1980s
Box 83 Folder 4 Clippings--small/minority business
Box 83 Folder 5 Criley, Richard L. Can We Take Our Freedoms for Granted? 1985
Box 83 Folder 6 Graham, Bruce [and GAG MAD Publications]. Someone's Going to Pay!! 1995
Box 83 Folder 7 Gunn, Aldine. Crystal and Fire: A Poetry and Prose Collection, 1982
Box 83 Folder 8 Jackson, Tim. AIDS: Just the Facts Jack, 1976, 1988
Box 83 Folder 9 Mezo, Ike (ed.) Wanted: Fast Eddie [Vrdolyak], 1983
Box 83 Folder 10 Winslow, Harry M. and Gus Hall, Claude Lightfoot, William L. Patterson. Negro Liberation: A Goal for All Americans, 1964

Series 14: Photographs, 1932-2005

Box 84 Photo 1 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1980
Box 84 Photo 2 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1980
Box 84 Photo 3 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1985
Box 84 Photo 4 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1985
Box 84 Photo 5 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1985
Box 84 Photo 6 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1988
Box 84 Photo 7 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1988
Box 84 Photo 8 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1988
Box 84 Photo 9 Brenetta Howell Barrett, circa 1988
Box 84 Photo 10 Brenetta Howell Barrett, circa 1988
Box 84 Photo 11 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1990
Box 84 Photo 12 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1990
Box 84 Photo 13 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1991
Box 84 Photo 14 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1991
Box 84 Photo 15 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1991
Box 84 Photo 16 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1991
Box 84 Photo 17 Brenetta Howell Barrett undated
Box 84 Photo 18 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1997
Box 84 Photo 19 Brenetta Howell Barrett, 1997
Box 84 Photo 20 Brenetta Howell Barrett, as infant (Brenetta Pearl Brooks), 1932
Box 84 Photo 21 Cynthia T. Henderson, M.D., 1964
Box 84 Photo 22 Forrest Mullins, owner, West Side construction business, undated
Box 84 Photo 23 Flora Clipper, Senior staff, with other Marcy House staff at Barrett home, 1956-1959
Box 84 Photo 24 Flora Clipper, Senior staff, with other Marcy House staff at Barrett home, 1956-1959
Box 84 Photo 25 Senior staff and interns, at Marcy Center Settlement House, 1956-1960
Box 84 Photo 26 Viveca Howell, Rev. John Barbee, in "Friendly Town" annual program, Glencoe, IL, , 1960s
Box 84 Photo 27 Viveca Howell with Glencoe family in "Friendly Town" annual program, 1960s
Box 84 Photo 28 Viveca Howell with Glencoe family in "Friendly Town" annual program, 1960s
Box 84 Photo 29 Viveca Howell with Glencoe family in "Friendly Town" annual program, 1960s
Box 84 Photo 30 "Kay" at camp,"Friendly Town" annual program, Glencoe, 1960s
Box 84 Photo 31 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Juan Gibson, Anne Gaynor at Third Unitarian Church, 1985
Box 84 Photo 32 Evelyn Brown (sister of Brenetta Howell Barrett), Lorenzo Brown, Tony (Anthony) Brown, circa 1959
Box 84 Photo 33 Viveca Howell, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Marvin Barrett (photo booth image), circa 1970
Box 84 Photo 34 Viveca Howell (school portrait), circa 1970
Box 84 Photo 35 Cynthia T. Howell (photo booth image), circa 1970
Box 84 Photo 36 Brenetta Howell Barrett beneath unidentified marquee, undated
Box 84 Photo 37 No Photo
Box 84 Photo 38 Brenetta Howell Barrett and infant Matthew "Max" Jackson, Cynthia Henderson, Anne Gaynor, Prentiss Jackson. Third Unitarian Church event at Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 39 Brenetta Howell Barrett with infant Matthew "Max" Jackson, Cynthia Henderson, Anne Gaynor. Third Unitarian Church event at Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 40 Cynthia Henderson with infant Matthew "Max," Anne Gaynor. Third Unitarian Church event at Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 41 Peter Bradley, Harry Gaynor, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Greta Bradley, Cliff Garland, Lempi Garland, Prentiss Jackson, Cynthia Henderson with Matthew "Max," Anne Gaynor. Third Unitarian Church event, Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 42 Greta Bradley, Lempi Garland, Cliff Garland, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Peter Bradley. Third Unitarian Church event, Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 43 Larry Craig, at Third Unitarian Church event, Barrett home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 44 Jessica Howell, Prentiss Jackson, with Matthew/"Max" Jackson, Cynthia Henderson, Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 84 Photo 45 Prentiss Jackson, Jessica Howell, at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 84 Photo 46 Jessica Howell with Matthew "Max" Jackson, at Jackson home, 1989
Box 84 Photo 47 Arthemise Brooks, Viveca Howell with Matthew "Max" Jackson, at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 84 Photo 48 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Barissa "B.B." Brooks, Yvonne Brooks, Arthemise Brooks, Viveca Howell with Matthew "Max," at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 84 Photo 49 Barissa "B.B." Brooks, Arthemise Brooks, at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 84 Photo 50 Barissa "B.B." Brooks and Arthemise Brooks, at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 85 Photo 51 Barissa Brooks at Jackson home, circa 1989
Box 85 Photo 52 Plaques, award certificates, photos on wall at Barrett home, 4923 W. Washington, Chicago, 1990
Box 85 Photo 53 Plaques, award certificates, photos on wall at Barrett home, 4923 W. Washington, Chicago, 1990
Box 85 Photo 54 Plaques, award certificates, photos on wall at Barrett home, 4923 W. Washington, Chicago, 1990
Box 85 Photo 55 Rev. Al Portes, Frederick "Doug" Andrews, Cong. Shirley Chisholm, Charles Hurst, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Albert T. Janney. At Chisholm's U.S. Presidential campaign reception at Malcolm X College, 1972
Box 85 Photo 56 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Cliff Garland, back yard in Oak Park, 1996
Box 85 Photo 57 Ines D. "Cocoa" Young (graduation portrait), 1990
Box 85 Photo 58 Kalvin Howell (school photo), 1991
Box 85 Photo 59 Viveca Howell (portrait), 1994
Box 85 Photo 60 Viveca Howell (portrait), 1995
Box 85 Photo 61 Viveca Howell with basketball, 1995
Box 85 Photo 62 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Viveca Howell, Juan Gibson, at local park in Chicago, circa 2003
Box 85 Photo 63 Viveca Howell with son Juan Gibson at local park, circa 2003
Box 85 Photo 64 Viveca Howell, at local park, circa 2003
Box 85 Photo 65 Juan Gibson, at local park, circa 2003
Box 85 Photo 66 Juan Gibson, at local park, circa 2003
Box 85 Photo 67 Brenetta Howell Barrett with Imani Jackson at her christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 68 Cynthia Henderson with Imani Jackson, Brenetta Howell Barrett, other family members, Imani Jackson's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 69 Imani Jackson, christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 70 Imani Jackson, christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 71 Cynthia Henderson at Imani's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 72 Children at Imani's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 73 Viveca Howell at Imani's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 74 Viveca Howell, others, Imani's christening arty, 1995
Box 85 Photo 75 Children at Imani Jackson's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 76 Children at Imani's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 77 Brenetta Howell Barrett, others, Imani Jackson's christening party, 1995
Box 85 Photo 78 Cynthia T. Henderson, M.D., with Pat Burch and Agnes Lattimer, at Consortium of Doctors Award, Savannah, GA, 1995
Box 85 Photo 79 Arthemise Brooks' birthday party [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 80 Arthemise Brooks' birthday party [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 81 Arthemise Brooks' birthday party [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 82 Arthemise Brooks' birthday party [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 83 Arthemise Brooks' birthday party [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 84 Little boy, in room, [n. d.]
Box 85 Photo 85 Little boy, in room, [n. d.]
Box 85 Photo 86 Brenetta Howell Barrett, undated
Box 85 Photo 87 Brenetta Howell Barrett, undated
Box 85 Photo 88 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Viveca Howell, at Viveca's [?], undated
Box 85 Photo 89 Juan R. Gibson II (school photo), 1994
Box 85 Photo 90 Juan R. Gibson II (school photo), 1994
Box 85 Photo 91 Juan R. Gibson II, with trophy, 1994
Box 85 Photo 92 Juan R. Gibson II (school photo), 1995
Box 85 Photo 93 Juan R. Gibson II with basketball, 1995
Box 85 Photo 94 Juan R. Gibson II with basketball trophies, 1995
Box 85 Photo 95 Juan R. Gibson II with basketball trophies, 1995
Box 85 Photo 96 Viveca Howell, Juan Gibson II, Imani Jackson, 1995
Box 85 Photo 97 Juan R. Gibson II, person not identified, with basketball trophies, 1995
Box 85 Photo 98 Juan R. Gibson II (portrait), 1999
Box 85 Photo 99 Kalvin Howell, portrait with rose and brandy snifter, 1998
Box 85 Photo 100 Kenny Howell, portrait with rose and brandy snifter
Box 86 Photo 101 Kalvin and Kenny Howell, 1998
Box 86 Photo 102 Imani, 1999
Box 86 Photo 103 Matthew "Max" Jackson, 1999
Box 86 Photo 104 Jessica Howell, 1995
Box 86 Photo 105 Jessica Howell, 1996
Box 86 Photo 106 Jessica and Kendrick at prom, 1996
Box 86 Photo 107 Roz Dean and Al Trangott at Black Canyon, CO, 1996
Box 86 Photo 108 photo not identified, from "Nellie" correspondence
Box 86 Photo 109 photo not identified, from "Nellie" correspondence
Box 86 Photo 110 Tour bus with seven teen girls; back of photo stamped "Seattle Film Works" undated
Box 86 Photo 111 Virginia Lambert, Viveca Howell, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at wedding (Lambert's), undated
Box 86 Photo 112 "Tristan in his tae kwon do suit" 1999
Box 86 Photo 113 Retirement cake for Emelda [Glapion], 1999
Box 86 Photo 114 Emelda Glapion and daughter Lisa in Las Vegas, 1999
Box 86 Photo 115 Emelda Glapion's great-grandson Anthony, 1999
Box 86 Photo 116 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 117 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 118 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 119 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 120 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 121 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 122 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 123 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 124 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 125 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 126 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 127 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 128 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 129 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 130 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 131 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 132 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 133 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 134 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 135 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 136 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 137 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 138 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 139 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 140 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 141 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 142 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 143 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 144 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 145 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 146 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 147 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 148 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 149 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 150 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 151 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 152 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 153 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 154 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 155 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 156 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 157 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 158 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 159 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 160 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 161 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 162 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 163 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 164 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 165 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 166 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 167 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 168 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 169 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 170 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 171 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 172 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 173 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 174 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 175 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 176 Funeral of Barissa Brooks, St. Elizabeth Church, Chicago, 1989
Box 86 Photo 177 Matthew Xavier "Max" Jackson at Jackson's, 1997
Box 86 Photo 178 Brenetta Howell Barrett at Arthemise Brooks' ceremony for posthumous award from Archdiocese of Chicago, Drury Lane Martinique Restaurant, 1997
Box 86 Photo 179 Juan Gibson, Viveca Howell at Arthemise Brooks' ceremony for posthumous award from Archdiocese of Chicago, Drury Lane Martinique Restaurant, 1997
Box 86 Photo 180 Louise Rummage at Arthemise Brooks' ceremony for posthumous award from Archdiocese of Chicago, Drury Lane Martinique Restaurant, 1997
Box 86 Photo 181 Arthemise Brooks' ceremony for posthumous award from Archdiocese of Chicago, Drury Lane Martinique Restaurant, 1997
Box 87 Photo 182 Dr. Roger K. Oden, (portrait), President and CEO of Third World Conference Foundation; Dean Governor's State University, 1994
Box 87 Photo 183 Dr. Roger K. Oden, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Third World Conference Foundation, 1994
Box 87 Photo 184 Brenetta Howell Barrett's children: Cynthia Therese Howell Henderson (King Jackson); Abiiba Sharonne Marie Howell (Anthony); Kevin Lawrence Howell, Sr.; Viveca Lynne Howell (Gibson Mayes). Houston, TX, circa 2005
Box 87 Photo 185 Dennis McCain and Ne Ne [McCain], 1995
Box 87 Photo 186-197 No photos for these numbers
Box 87 Photo 198 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Lou Gossett, Willis Edwards at Carson Pirie Scott & Co., Chicago, circa 1976
Box 87 Photo 199 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Lou Gossett at Carson Pirie Scott & Co., Chicago, circa 1976
Box 87 Photo 200 Gus Savage, John Killins, Bennett Johnson, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Joseph Fulton, Sterling Stucky, Larry Landry. New Year's Day 1965 at radio station WMPP-AM (note: photocopy only)
Box 87 Photo 201 William H. Robinson, Dick Gregory, Brenda Howell Barrett. Locale not identified, 1960s
Box 87 Photo 202 Josephine Baker, Brenda Howell Barrett, Otis Collins (State representative). at Fairfax House, Jackson Blvd. and Central Park, circa 1968. Photo by Blowe.
Box 87 Photo 203 Ann Thomas, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Anne Gaynor. at Barrett's 6th District Congressional campaign, 1970
Box 87 Photo 204 Russell McKibben, Brenetta Howell Barrett. Award from Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1970
Box 87 Photo 205 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Helen Johnson, Mattie Kelly Moore, Pearl Soil. West Side NAACP officer installation, circa 1962
Box 87 Photo 206 Rev. Edgar T. Thornton, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Helen Johnson. West Side NAACP officer installation, circa 1962
Box 87 Photo 207 Mattie Kelly Moore, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Helen Johnson, Rev. Edgar T. Thornton, Pearl Soil. West Side NAACP officer installation, circa 1962
Box 87 Photo 208 Pearl Soil, Rev. Edgar T. Thornton, Helen Johnson, Mattie Kelly Moore. West Side NAACP officer installation, circa 1962.
Box 87 Photo 209 Mark E. Jones, Judge of Cook County Municipal Court, at West Side NAACP officer installation, circa 1962
Box 87 Photo 210 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Graciano Lopez, at CEDCO (Chicago Economic Development Corporation), 1971
Box 87 Photo 211 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Frank Brooks, at State of the Black Economy Symposium, Chicago. 1972
Box 87 Photo 212 Ida Mae Cress, C. Delores Tucker, Dempsey Travis, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at State of the Black Economy Symposium. 1972 (photo by Hank Marlin)
Box 87 Photo 213 Viveca Lynne Howell, Cynthia Henderson, Edward Henderson. State of the Black Economy Symposium, Chicago. 1972
Box 87 Photo 214 Arthur Fletcher, Earl B. Dickerson, Fania Davis, Brenetta Howell Barrett. State of the Black Economy Symposium, Chicago. 1972 (photo by Hank Marlin)
Box 87 Photo 215 Ida Mae Cress, Yvonne Brooks, Viveca Lynne Howell, Arthemise Brooks. at State of the Black Economy Symposium, Chicago, 1972
Box 87 Photo 216 Gaylord C. Guice, Wilfred A. Ndongko, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at State of the Black Economy Symposium in Chicago. 1972
Box 87 Photo 217 Ida Mae Cress, Arthemise Brooks, at State of the Black Economy Symposium, Chicago. 1972
Box 87 Photo 218 Stephen Bishop, at Governor's Office of Human Resources staff development conference, University of Illinois at Chicago, [1973]
Box 87 Photo 219 George Johnson, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Globetrotters Engineering Corporation at Gary Minority Business Development Center, 1980s
Box 87 Photo 220 Contact Sheet, Globetrotter's Engineering Corporation Gary Minority Business Development Center, 1980s
Box 87 Photo 221 Contact Sheet, Globetrotter's Engineering Corporation Gary Minority Business Development Center, 1980s
Box 87 Photo 222 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Lenora Cartwright, Leonardo Oden. At West Side Urban Progress Center, Kedzie and Madison, 1970s
Box 87 Photo 223 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at West Side Urban Progress Center, 1970s
Box 87 Photo 224 Nina Klarich (First National Bank), Cynthia Henderson. Location not identified, undated
Box 87 Photo 225 Marvin Barrett, Cynthia Henderson. Location not identified, undated
Box 87 Photo 226 Jaja Wachuku, Sen. Cyrus Nuniel, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Sen. Shittabey, Cynthia Henderson. Visit of Nigerian senators; at Luster Jackson's business office. 1980
Box 87 Photo 227 Gus Savage, Bernetta Broughton, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Tribute to Gus Savage, 1979
Box 87 Photo 228 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Louanner Peters, at 2nd U.S. Congressional District Round Table, Soul Queen Restaurant. 1981 or 1982.
Box 87 Photo 229 Carl E. Officer, Mayor of East St. Louis, circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 230 David Vega, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Bill Moore. at Gary Minority Business Development Center. circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 231 Brenetta Howell Barrett, David Vega. Gary Minority Business Development Center, circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 232 David Vega, Brenetta Howell Barrett. at Gary Minority Business Development Center, circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 233 Lucy Jean Lewis, birthday party at Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1990
Box 87 Photo 234 Lucy Jean Lewis, birthday party at Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1990
Box 87 Photo 235 Lucy Jean Lewis, birthday party at Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1990
Box 87 Photo 236 "Don't Steal Our Home." Corinne Morris, Brenetta Howell Barrett protesting Bethany Hospital expansion, circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 237 Gift basket by Affairs Unlimited, for cost-cutting demonstration, circa 1985
Box 87 Photo 238 Gift basket by Affairs Unlimited, for cost-cutting demonstration, circa 1985
Box 87 Photo 239 Gift basket by Affairs Unlimited, for cost-cutting demonstration, circa 1985
Box 87 Photo 240 Adolph T. Scott, Globetrotters Engineering Corporation Vice President; Richard Sewall, Gary Minority Business Development Center Regional Director; Brenetta Howell Barrett, Globetrotters. Awards Program for GMBDC, 1986
Box 87 Photo 241 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Carolyn Brown Moseby (Indiana State Legislature), Gilberto Gonzalez; at Awards Program for GMBDC, 1986
Box 87 Photo 242 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Frederick Conyers [?], Gilberto Gonzalez, Awards program, GMBDC, 1986
Box 87 Photo 243 Maisha Bennett, circa 1980
Box 87 Photo 244 Charles Branham, at National Association of Black Consumer Organizations (NABCO),1991.
Box 87 Photo 245 Gus Savage (portrait). 1980s
Box 87 Photo 246 Contact sheet. Gary MBDC awards program, 1986
Box 87 Photo 247 Contact sheet. Gary MBDC awards program, 1986
Box 87 Photo 248 Contact sheet. Gary MBDC meeting in office, 1986
Box 88 Photo 249 Mary Ella Smith, Mayor Harold Washington, Cynthia Henderson, at City Hall reception, 1987
Box 88 Photo 250 Mary Ella Smith, Cynthia Henderson, Mayor Harold Washington, Prentiss Jackson, at City Hall reception, 1987
Box 88 Photo 251 Cynthia Henderson, Mayor Harold Washington, Prentiss Jackson, at City Hall reception, 1987
Box 88 Photo 252 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Lena Horne, at Operation PUSH benefit, Mill Run Theater, 1970
Box 88 Photo 253 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Lena Horne, at Operation PUSH benefit, Mill Run Theater, 1970
Box 88 Photo 254 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mayor Harold Washington at campaign fundraiser, home of Roger and Gloria Oden, 1987
Box 88 Photo 255 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mayor Harold Washington at campaign fundraiser, home of Roger and Gloria Oden, 1987
Box 88 Photo 256 Farmers Market, 29th and King Drive, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 257 Farmers Market, 29th and King Drive, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 258 Farmers Market in Englewood, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 259 Farmers Market in Englewood, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 260 Farmers Market in Englewood, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 261 Farmers Market in Englewood, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 262 Farmers Market in Englewood, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 263 Farmers Market in Morgan Park/Beverly, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 264 Farmers Market in Morgan Park/Beverly, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 264 Farmers Market in Morgan Park/Beverly, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 266 Farmers Market in Morgan Park/Beverly, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 267 Farmers Market in Austin, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 268 Farmers Market in Austin, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 269 Farmers Market in Austin, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 270 Farmers Market in Austin, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 271 Farmers Market in Austin, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 272 Farmers Market in Lincoln Park, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 273 Farmers Market in Lincoln Park, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 274 Farmers Market in Lincoln Park, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 275 Farmers Market in Lincoln Park, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 276 Farmers Market in Old Town, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 277 Farmers Market in Old Town, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 278 Farmers Market in Old Town, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 279 Farmers Market in Old Town, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 280 Farmers Market in Old Town, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 281 Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 282 Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 283 Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 284 Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 284-A Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, mounted with descriptive text. 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 88 Photo 285 Farmers Market in Daley Plaza, 1987 (photo by Amos D. Myrick)
Box 89 Photo 286 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Greg Minniefield, Tony Olivieri, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 287 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Greg Minniefield, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 288 Brenetta Howell Barrett, John Evanoff, Mary Reynolds, Jesse Blackmon, Greg Minniefield, Tony Olivieri, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 289 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 290 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 291 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mary Reynolds, Greg Minniefield, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 292 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 293 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Jesse Blackmon, , at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 294 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mary Reynolds, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 295 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 296 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Greg Minniefield, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 297 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Jesse Blackmon, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 298 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 299 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Reception for Barrett on first day as Commissioner of Consumer Services, 1986
Box 89 Photo 300 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Burton Natarus, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, at Tax Medallion Lottery, 1988
Box 89 Photo 301 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Burton Natarus, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, at Tax Medallion Lottery, 1988
Box 89 Photo 302 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, at Tax Medallion Lottery, 1988
Box 89 Photo 303 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 304 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 305 Brenetta Howell Barrett, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 306 Lawrence Hadley (Commercial Bank of Lawndale) and Gene O. Armstrong (1st National Bank) at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 307 Seated attendees, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 308 Group of drivers, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 309 Attendees, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 310 Attendees, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 311 Attendees, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 312 Attendees, at training for taxi drivers, [1987-1989]
Box 89 Photo 313 Brenetta Howell Barrett, with Mayor Eugene Sawyer, Opening Taste of Chicago 1988
Box 89 Photo 314 Brenetta Howell Barrett, with Mayor Eugene Sawyer, Restaurant crowd
Box 89 Photo 315 Contact sheet [Mayor of Chicago, reception?]
Box 89 Photo 316 Contact sheet [Mayor of Chicago, reception?]
Box 89 Photo 317 Contact sheet [Mayor of Chicago, reception?]
Box 89 Photo 318 No photo
Box 90 Photo 319 Brenetta Howell Barrett, A.A. "Sammy" Rayner; at 37th Ward Aldermanic campaign, 1980
Box 90 Photo 320 Cynthia Henderson, M.D.; Sylvia Woods; Mary Turner; Brenetta Howell Barrett, Linda Murray, M.D., Lucy Jean Lewis; Doris Dean. [1980]
Box 90 Photo 321 Portrait prints: Robert E. Johnson, Lillian P. Benbow, James A. Joseph, Berkeley Burrell, Dale Wright, Garland C. Guice, Barbara Proctor, Dean Jay Chunn
Box 90 Photo 322 Portrait prints: Browne, Robert S., William Lucy, Charlotte Blount, Tony Brown, John Conyers, Dorothy Haight, Milfred Fierce, Lucius Walker
Box 90 Photo 323 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Anita McChriston, (Mrs.) Jim Tilmon, Jim Tilmon, Norman Roth; Third Unitarian Church book signing at Barbara Miner home. 1980s
Box 90 Photo 324 John Hatch (author), Brenetta Howell Barrett, Barbara Miner. Book signing, undated
Box 90 Photo 325 John Hatch (portrait), circa 2002
Box 90 Photo 326 Johnny Johnson, Harold Washington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 327 Johnny Johnson, Harold Washington, Edna Turkington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 328 Johnny Johnson, Harold Washington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 329 Johnny Johnson, Harold Washington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 330 Harold Washington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 331 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Bobbie Steele, Mary Turkington, Robert LeFlore, David Cantor, Earlene Collins, Johnny Johnson, Harold Washington, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 332 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Joe Stewart, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 333 Joe Gardner, Percy Giles, at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 334 Percy Giles, local youth volunteers at 37th ward campaign rally, 1986
Box 90 Photo 335 Campaign headquarters, 37th Ward, Percy Giles for Alderman and Johnny Johnson for Committeeman, 1986
Box 90 Photo 336 Percy Giles with Mr. Gresham (Meatpackers Local 241) and Mr. Flowers, rally at Americana Congress Hotel, 1986
Box 90 Photo 337 Johnny Johnson, Walter Coleman (founder and owner of Coleman's BBQ), Percy Giles at 37th ward campaign headquarters, 1986
Box 90 Photo 338 Johnny Johnson, Walter Coleman (founder and owner of Coleman's BBQ) at 37th ward campaign headquarters, 1986
Box 90 Photo 339 Contact sheet, Johnny Johnson, 1986
Box 90 Photo 340 Contact sheet, Percy Giles, 1986
Box 90 Photo 341 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 342 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 343 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 344 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 345 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 346 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 347 Contact sheet, 37th Ward campaign, 1986
Box 90 Photo 348 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Nelson Mandela, at honorary luncheon given by Mayor Harold Washington and Mid-American Committee, 1986
Box 90 Photo 349 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Marcelina Ford-Livene, Angelica Rummage on tour boat "Spirit of Chicago" circa 1990
Box 90 Photo 350 Douglas J. Ostanek, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Obie C. Wordlaw, Charles Kukendoll, Robert L. Scott. JERO Medical Services Advisory Group, Edna's Restaurant, 1992
Box 90 Photo 351 Douglas J. Ostanek, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Obie C. Wordlaw, Charles Kukendoll. JERO Medical Services Advisory Group, Edna's Restaurant, 1992
Box 90 Photo 352 Obie C. Wordlaw (portrait), circa 1997
Box 90 Photo 353 John Stroger, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Stroger fundraiser at Barrett's home, 1994
Box 90 Photo 354 John Stroger, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Charles "Chuck" Harris, at Stroger fundraiser at Barrett's home, 1994
Box 90 Photo 355 John Stroger, fundraiser at Barrett's home, 1994
Box 90 Photo 356 Calvin Giles, Jerline Lambert, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Stroger fundraiser at Barrett's home, 1994
Box 90 Photo 357 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, fundraiser, [1991]
Box 90 Photo 358 Diane Clements, Judith Scully, Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Third World Conference Foundation, 1995
Box 90 Photo 359 Jocelyn Elders, speaker at National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) fundraiser, at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995
Box 90 Photo 360 Speakers table, National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) fundraiser, at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995
Box 90 Photo 361 Brenetta Howell Barrett, National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) fundraiser, at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995
Box 90 Photo 362 Brenetta Howell Barrett, National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) fundraiser, at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995
Box 90 Photo 363 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Evelyn Clay, campaign for judgeship, 1996
Box 90 Photo 364 Evelyn Clay at swearing-in of new [Cook County] judges, circa 1996
Box 90 Photo 365 Gary Woll with Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Operation Salvation, Columbus Park Refectory, 1998
Box 90 Photo 366 Gary Woll with Brenetta Howell Barrett, at Operation Salvation, Columbus Park Refectory, 1998
Box 90 Photo 367 Brenetta Howell Barrett at "Keys to Life" Chicago Women's AIDS Project Rally, Bethel Cultural Arts Center, 2001
Box 90 Photo 368 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Gloria Jenkins, Lisa Orloff, at Westside Association for Community Action (WACA), 2001
Box 90 Photo 369 Contact Sheet, Brenetta Howell Barrett event
Box 90 Photo 370 Three young men (not identified) in suits, seated around small table, circa 1980
Box 90 Photo 371 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Earline Lindsay, Prentiss Jackson, Cynthia Henderson, event not identified
Box 90 Photo 372 Rev. Willie Treadwell, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Congressman Danny K. Davis at Operation Salvation, circa 2003
Box 90 Photo 373 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Evelyn Brown and Emelda Glapion and sons, 1980s
Box 90 Photo 374 Lorenzo Brown, Eveloy Brown, Emelda Glapion, families, 1980s
Box 90 Photo 375 Brenetta Howell Barrett, with two church youths, event to honor Paul Robeson, Third Unitarian Church. [1999]
Box 90 Photo 376 Brenetta Howell Barrett at home with her Harold Washington Mayoral Campaign poster undated
Box 90 Photo 377 Brenetta Howell Barrett at home with her Harold Washington Mayoral Campaign button display, undated
Box 90 Photo 378 Caroline O'Laughlin, Hillary Rodham Clinton [event not identified, undated]
Box 90 Photo 379 Brenetta Howell Barrett leading visiting delegation on tour at Chicago Board of Trade, undated
Box 90 Photo 380 SEE Box 91
Box 90 Photo 381 SEE Box 91
Box 90 Photo 382 Jerline Lambert, Leonard Smith, Bernadette Nickles at Lambert Realty and Management Company, 1972
Box 90 Photo 383 SEE Box 91
Box 90 Photo 384 Brenetta Howell Barrett, with "Mr. Peanut" at RJR Nabisco facility, undated
Box 90 Photo 385 Charles Lippitz, Sondra Gair, Eugene Sawyer, at Tribute to Sondra Gair and Brenetta Howell Barrett by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 90 Photo 386 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Larecer Brooks, Christine Brooks, Angelica Rummage, Arthemise Brooks, Barissa Brooks, Viveca Howell, Cynthia Henderson, at Tribute to Sondra Gair and Brenetta Howell Barrett by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 90 Photo 387 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Bill Curtis, Rachel Rosen, John Calloway, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, Elizabeth Hollander at Tribute to Sondra Gair and Brenetta Howell Barrett by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 90 Photo 388 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Charles Lippitz, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, at Tribute to Sondra Gair and Brenetta Howell Barrett by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 90 Photo 389 Brenetta Howell Barrett, looking at grandson Juan Gibson ask Mayor Sawyer to tie his show for him, at Tribute to Sondra Gair and Brenetta Howell Barrett by Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1988
Box 90 Photo 390 Brenetta Howell Barrett, Mayor Eugene Sawyer portrait, autographed by Mayor Sawyer [1987-1989]
Box 91 Photo 380 Contact sheet, "Introspect Youth Services welcome home Marjorie Judith Vincent, Miss America 1991" at UIC, 1991
Box 91 Photo 381 Contact sheet, "Introspect Youth Services welcome home Marjorie Judith Vincent, Miss America 1991" at UIC, 1991
Box 91 Photo 383 U.S. Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (wallet photo print sheet) [used for Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights event, 2003]

Series 15: Memorabilia, 1944-2012

Box 92 Appointment schedule index cards--Chicago Department of Consumer Services, 1987 and 1989
Box 92 Award plaque (engraved metal plate only)--Alderman Percy Giles (37th Ward) Outstanding Consumer Service Award, 1988
Box 92 Award plaque (engraved metal plate only)--Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center Excellence in Achievement Award, 1987
Box 92 Award plaque (engraved metal plate only)--Fernwood United Methodist Church Black History Award to "Our Black Community Activist," 1980
Box 92 Award plaque (engraved metal plate only)--National Conference of Black Lawyers Community College of Law "to Brenetta Howell Barrett [as] Executive Director of the Black United Fund," 1977
Box 92 Bumper sticker--"Miami Nice," St. Thomas University Tourism Division [taxicab etiquette], circa 1985
Box 92 Bumper stickers, various political campaigns, circa 1990
Box 92 Business cards--Brenetta Howell Barrett, various paid and volunteer positions, 1970-1999, undated
Box 92 Business cards--various. local venues undated
Box 92 Buttons--Chicago Black United Fund, Brenetta Howell Barrett design, 1976
Box 92 Buttons--Today's Educational Network, Inc. (TEN), undated
Box 92 Buttons--political campaigns, var., 1980-1998
Box 92 Calendars, schedules of Brenetta Howell Barrett, [1978, 1986]
Box 92 Drawing--head portrait labeled "Brenetta's picture," pen and ink with onionskin covering, attached to matte, circa 1980
Box 92 Drawing--cartoon labeled "You're such a cool cat," by Juan Gibson, pen and ink,1996
Box 92 Drawings--by Juan Gibson (1996-1997); Matthew "Max" Jackson(1997); Kevin L. Howell II (1987)
Box 92 Fundraising invitation--Neopolitan [sic] Lighthouse "Stay at Home Tea," with tea bag, circa 1995
Box 92 Key ring--Asian American Small Business Association, circa 1990
Box 92 Mailing labels--Pathfinders Prevention Education Fund (holiday gingerbread man design), undated
Box 92 Membership card--National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, signed by Angela Davis, 1991
Box 92 Membership cards--Brenetta Howell Barrett, various advocacy organizations, 1990-2000
Box 92 Name tag--Mrs. A[rthemise] Brooks, St. Elizabeth Ladies Sodality, undated
Box 92 Name tag--Brenetta Howell Barrett, Celebrating Chicago Icon-Happy Birthday party, 2012
Box 92 Name tags--Brenetta Howell Barrett, Globetrotters Engineering Corporation, circa 1980
Box 92 Name tag--Brenetta Howell Barrett, Illinois Black Political Convention, 1974
Box 92 Name tag--Brenetta Howell Barrett, National Association of Market Developers, undated.
Box 92 Palm cards--Brenetta Howell Barrett political campaigns, 1980-1998
Box 92 Paperweight--Chicago Forum, "In Sincere Appreciation" to Brenetta Howell Barrett, President, 1986-1987
Box 92 Paperweight--National Urban/Rural Fellows Third Annual Conference, 1987
Box 92 Pen--Chicago Department of Consumer Services, ball point with logo, circa 1987
Box 92 Pin--Catholic Woman of the Year (Arthemise Brooks), 1997
Box 92 Pin--City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services, Seat Belt Safety Program, 1986-1989
Box 92 Pin--National Forum for Black Public Administrators, circa 1988
Box 92 Pin--Pan American Games (Indianapolis), 1987
Box 92 Pin --PTA Honor Pin , Forestville School PTA, , 1944
Box 92 Plastic bags with logo--Mayor's Office, et al, undated
Box 92 Political campaign buttons and stickers--Harold Washington Mayoral Campaign, circa 1983
Box 92 Political campaign buttons--Harold Washington Mayoral Campaign, 1976
Box 92 Political campaign event tickets--var. circa 1975-2001
Box 92 Political campaign palm cards, event tickets, name tags--Brenetta Howell Barrett , 1980
Box 92 Tickets--Citizen's Committee to Study Police-Community Relations Open Committee Meeting, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1966
Box 92 Video cassette--"In Search of Credit," (consumer information about obtaining and maintaining a line of credit), Chicago Department of Consumer Services, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Commissioner, circa 1987
Box 92 Video cassette--"This Cold House," (weatherizing information for consumers), Chicago Department of Consumer Services, Brenetta Howell Barrett, Commissioner, circa 1987
Box 92 Window sticker--Brotherhood Crusade, for use by participating agencies (payroll deduction program), undated
Box 93 Award Certificate--National Alliance of Businessman (Young Motivation: Do It!) 1991
Box 93 Award certificate--National Consumers Week Certificate of Appreciation (signed by Virginia H. Knauer, Special Advisor to the [U.S.] President for Consumer Affairs), 1988
Box 93 Certificate of Appointment--of Brenetta Howell Barrett, by Gov. Dan Walker, to State Comprehensive Health Planning Council, 1974
Box 93 Certificate of Appreciation--National Consumers Week (signed by Virginia H. Knauer, Special Advisor to the U.S. President for Consumer Affairs), 1988
Box 93 Poster--"Butterscotch and Chocolate" [movie], autographed by Nate Grant and Jerry "Locations" to Brenetta Howell Barrett, circa 1992
Box 93 Poster--"Chicago's Farmers Market: From the heartland to the heart of the city," 1988
Box 93 Poster--"City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services celebrates National Consumers Week" (with Consumers' Bill of Rights), 1987
Box 93 Poster--"Elect Brenetta Howell Barrett for Cook County Commissioner/Roland Burris for Governor--Punch 99," 1998
Box 93 Poster--"Elect Mayor Sawyer--Punch 8," 1989
Box 93 Poster--"It's on the Line for '89: Mayor Eugene Sawyer," 1989
Box 93 Poster--Jackson: Democrat, President. The Rainbow Coalition--Register and Vote! [1994]
Box 93 Poster--Jesse Jackson for President/Rainbow Coalition/Register and Vote! [1984]
Box 93 Poster (vertical strip)--"It's on the Line for '89: Mayor Eugene Sawyer," 1989
Box 93 Poster--"Keep Gus [Savage] Fighting Reagan; Re-elect Congressman Savage; Punch No. 32," 1982
Box 93 "Mass Rally!" with Dick Gregory [to promote peaceful voting and community forums, as alternative to riots], Alex Theatre, 3826 W. Madison, Chicago. With Charles Chew, Fred Hubbard, Lawrence Landry, Rev. Archie Hargraves, Atty. Jean Williams, 1966
Box 93 Poster--"Mayor Eugene Sawyer: Punch 8, Vote Democratic," 1989
Box 93 Poster--"Mayor Eugene Sawyer: Quiet, Effective Leadership," [1989]
Box 93 Poster--"Mayor Harold Washington Endorses Percy Giles for Alderman, Johnny Johnson for Committeeman, 37th Ward," [1986]
Box 93 Poster--A New Chicago [Harold Washington for Mayor], 2 sizes, [1983]
Box 93 Poster--1-800-AID-AIDS--free testing, treatment, referrals! (Chicago Board of Public Health)
Box 93 Poster--Robert Clark for Congress, General Election Nov.6
Box 93 Poster--Robert Clark for Congress, Mississippi, 1984
Box 93 Poster--"6th Annual Kool Achiever Awards 1991" (artwork includes Brenetta Howell Barrett portrait), 1991
Box 93 Poster--Washington for Mayor, Chicago Can Win! [ 1983]
Box 93 City of Chicago notification sticker--"Business Closed by Order of City of Chicago,' with Brenetta Howell Barrett signature, 1987-1989
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