Dewey Roscoe Jones Papers

Dates: Circa 1910-2013
Size: 16 linear feet
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: 2015/02
Provenance: Donation of Dewey Roscoe Jones, II in May 2015
Access: No restrictions
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Dewey Roscoe Jones Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature

Processed by: Elizabeth Loch, May 2018

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Dewey Roscoe Jones

Dewey Roscoe Jones was born on September 2, 1899 in Asheville, North Carolina. His family moved to Chicago when Jones was a teenager. He attended Wendell Phillips High School. After graduation, Jones served in the U.S. Army 369th and 370th infantry regiments in World War I. Following his service, Jones received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Michigan in 1922. Jones received a Master’s of Science in Journalism in 1932 from Columbia University.

In the spring of 1923 Jones joined the staff of the Chicago Defender as a reporter. He soon was promoted to City Editor and later Managing Editor. Hundreds of Chicago Defender readers knew him best as Dewey R., manager of the poetry column “Lights and Shadows.”

Jones married Faith Jefferson of Oak Park, Illinois on September 30, 1929. Faith Jefferson Jones became a well-known social worker in Chicago. She worked as District Supervisor of the Cook County Bureau of Public Welfare, and then the Assistant Director of the Chicago Relief Administration. The couple had one son, Dewey Roscoe Jones, Jr. in 1936.

Dewey Jones left the Chicago Defender in 1932 to work as the Associate Acting Advisor on Negro Affairs in the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works in the U.S. Department of the Interior under Harold L. Ickes. While in Washington D.C. he also served as an adviser to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in his “Black Cabinet,” a group of men and women who provided the President and his staff with policy advice on African American issues.

He returned to Chicago in 1938 to serve as the Assistant Director of Hull-House, Jane Addams’s sprawling, progressive settlement just southwest of the city’s Loop. On April 18, 1938 Jones was granted a Julius Rosenwald fellowship for study at Hull-House to determine the social and economic needs of the lowest income group in the area, and to recommend a remedial program. Jones was in the middle of writing his report when he died suddenly at Provident Hospital on April 3, 1939 at the age of 39. His death was caused by complications from gallstones.

Sources:

SCOPE AND CONTENT

Series 1: Biographical, 1918-2013, undated

Series 1 contains biographical materials related to the life of Dewey Roscoe Jones. These materials document his time as an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan and as a journalism graduate student at Columbia University, correspondence to his family and friends, and newspaper articles about Dewey Jones. Of special interest are writings and manuscripts by Dewey Jones, including a book titled Love Along the Color Line. The book was written by Dewey Jones but went unpublished until 2013 when his son, Dewey Jones, Jr. wrote the forward and had it published. The series is organized chronologically.

Series 2: Series 2: Faith Jefferson Jones Killings, circa 1910-1996, undated

Series 2 is the largest series in the collection. It contains materials related to Dewey Roscoe Jones’s wife, Faith Jefferson Jones Killings. The series includes information on her education at Oak Park High School, Crane Junior College, New York University (B.A. in Education), and the University of Chicago (M.A. in Social Service Administration).

Faith Jefferson Jones Killings’s career in social service work, which began in 1933, is also well documented. She rose to the position of Assistant Divisional Director in the Cook County Department of Public Aid where she was instrumental in establishing the Blind Assistance Program. In 1945, Faith Jefferson Jones Killings left Chicago to become dean of women at Hampton Institute in Hampton, Virginia. She returned to Chicago in 1948 because her mother was ill. She was an executive director of Parkway Community House, a medical social worker and assistant to the director of the Social Service Department at Presbyterian-St. Luke Hospital.

This series also includes information on the Jefferson family and the numerous civic organizations which Faith Jefferson Jones Killings belonged. Among them are the State of Illinois Scholarship Commission, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Chicago Urban League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Metropolitan YWCA of Chicago, and the Chicago Pharmacist Association. She was married to Marco M. Killings, a prominent local pharmacist, from August 6, 1951 to 1966.

The series consists of newspaper clippings, school materials, a family Bible [oversize box 5], event programs, correspondence, writings by Faith Jefferson Jones, and research materials. It is organized chronologically with undated materials listed alphabetically at the end of the series.

Series 3: Chicago Defender, 1911-1955, undated

Series 3 documents Dewey Jones’s career in journalism as a writer and editor at the Chicago Defender. It includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, Abbott’s Monthly magazines, and a 50th anniversary printing of the Chicago Defender [oversize box 12]. There are feature articles written by Dewey R. Jones and his columns “Lights in Shadows,” “The Bookshelf,” “What Books Tell Us,” “A Day at the Fair,” “Thoughts in Passing,” and “Pointed Paragraphs.” The series is organized chronologically.

Series 4: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1934-1954, undated

Series 4 documents Dewey Jones’s work as Acting Adviser on Negro Affairs for the United States Department of the Interior. It includes correspondence, press releases, speeches, annual reports, and project statements. The series is organized chronologically.

Series 5: Jane Addams Hull-House, 1931-2013, undated

Series 5 contains materials related to Dewey Jones’s work as the Assistant Director of Hull-House. It consists of correspondence, newspaper and journal clippings, Hull-House bulletins and newsletters, event programs, promotional and fund raising materials. Of special note are west side area interviews done by Dewey Jones in 1938 as research for a study he was writing on the needs of local residents. The series is organized chronologically.

Series 6: Pamphlets and Serials, 1913-1968, undated

Series 6 contains pamphlets and magazines, collected by either Dewey or Faith Jones, mostly related to literature, history and politics. Included in this series is the premier issue of Fire!!: A Quarterly Devoted to the Younger Negro Artists, 1927. It is signed by Langston Hughes to Dewey Jones. These materials are organized alphabetically by publication title.

Series 7: Photographs, 1917-circa 1963, undated

Series 7 consists of over 250 photographs documenting the life and work of Dewey and Faith Jones. The series is organized chronologically with undated photographs listed alphabetically by description at the end.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related materials at the Chicago Public Library include:

CONTAINER LIST

Series 1: Biographical, 1918-2013, undated

Box 1 Folder 1 Correspondence, Dewey Jones [Private 1st Class, U.S. Infantry] to Bugler Henry Hardy [370th U.S. Infantry], 1918 June 20
Box 1 Folder 2 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Ernestine J. Covington, 1918 August 25
Box 1 Folder 3 Dewey R. Jones’s honorable discharge certificate from U. S. Army, 1919 June
Box 1 Folder 4 Correspondence to Secretary Hopkins or Dean Butz from Dewey Jones, 1921 May 16 [regarding Monon Club at University of Michigan]
Box 1 Folder 5 Dewey Jones’s University of Michigan materials and writings, 1921-1931
Box 1 Folder 6 University of Michigan commencement program, 1922 June 15-19 [Dewey Jones’s graduation]
Box 2 Folder 1 Scrapbook, “My Memory Book” by Dewey R. Jones, 1922 [oversize item]
Box 1 Folder 7 Scrapbook, “My Memory Book” by Dewey R. Jones, 1922 [photocopy of the original scrapbook that is in an oversize box]
Box 1 Folder 8 Omega Psi Phi materials, 1924-1939
Box 1 Folder 9 Who’s Who in Journalism, 1925 [Dewey Jones on page 134]
Box 1 Folder 10 Correspondence to Langston Hughes from Dewey Jones, 1927 January 20 [in an email format from Beinecke Library of Yale University in 2013]
Box 1 Folder 11 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Elise [no last name], 1927 March 20
Box 1 Folder 12 “Chicago Art” from Survey of Negro Life in Chicago, 1927 [Page 83 from the Intercollegian Wonder Book]
Box 1 Folder 13 “On the Road to Honeymoon Lane,” The Light, 1928 April 28 [Wedding announcement for Dewey Jones and Faith Jefferson]
Box 1 Folder 14 Marriage documents of Dewey Jones and Faith Jefferson, 1928 September
Box 1 Folder 15 L. Fish Furniture Company receipt for Dewey Jones, 1928 November 3
Box 1 Folder 16 Letter from Warren Brown [Paul Quinn College] to Dewey Jones, 1928 November 8
Box 1 Folder 17 Desaible Club of the Chicago Urban League membership card for D. R. Jones, 1928
Box 1 Folder 18 Newspaper articles about Dewey Jones, 1928-1939, undated
Box 1 Folder 19 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Mrs. Jones [his mother], 1930 September 14
Box 1 Folder 20 Letter to Dewey Jones from U.S. Veterans Bureau, 1931 February 13
Box 1 Folder 21 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Dutton Ferguson, 1931 March 28
Box 1 Folder 22 Julius Rosenwald Fund materials for Dewey Jones [includes his Master of Journalism dissertation], 1931, 1938
Box 1 Folder 23 Dewey R. Jones’s Columbia University materials, 1931-1932
Box 1 Folder 24 Graduation card to Dewey Jones from unknown, 1932 May 31
Box 1 Folder 25 Graduation card to Dewey Jones from “Mother” Jefferson, 1932 June 5
Box 1 Folder 26 Correspondence to Faith Jefferson Jones from Dewey Jones, 1932-1937
Box 1 Folder 27 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Charles Johnson [Fisk University], 1933 March 30
Box 1 Folder 28 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Henriette Herz [Vice President for Sheldon Dick, literary agent], 1933 May 31
Box 1 Folder 29 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from George S. Schuyler, 1933 June 12
Box 1 Folder 30 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from M. O. Bousfield [State Chairman, Chicago Urban League], 1933 September 11
Box 1 Folder 31 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from A. L. Foster [Chicago Urban League], 1933 October 21
Box 1 Folder 32 Correspondence to unknown from Henri Barbusse, 1933 October [letter written in French]
Box 1 Folder 33 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Walter B. Pitkin, 1933 November 13
Box 1 Folder 34 Greeting card to Dewey Jones from Langston Hughes, 1933 December 31
Box 1 Folder 35 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Edna Biller, 1934 January 8
Box 1 Folder 36 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Norman Burnstine [editor at a publishing house], 1934 February 13
Box 1 Folder 37 Correspondence to Dewey and Faith Jones from Mollie Lewis, 1934 March 6
Box 1 Folder 38 “Study of Negro History is Urged” article, 1934 [possibly written by Dewey R. Jones]
Box 3 Folder 1 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from M. Collins [Director of Finance, Veterans Administration], 1934 June 7
Box 3 Folder 2 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Robert L. Vann [Department of Justice], 1934 June 23
Box 3 Folder 3 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Frank Young, 1934 June 30
Box 3 Folder 4 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from the General Service Manager of Commonwealth Edison Company, 1934 July 6
Box 3 Folder 5 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Thomas M. McKenna [Secretary Arrangements Committee], 1934 September 29
Box 3 Folder 6 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Eugene Kinckle Jones [Advisor on Negro Affairs, Department of Commerce], 1934 October 1
Box 3 Folder 7 Photographer’s pass for Iowa versus Northwestern game at Dyche Stadium, 1934 October
Box 3 Folder 8 Correspondence and greeting card to Dewey and Faith Jones from Mary Jo and Russ, 1934 December
Box 3 Folder 9 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from the Associated Negro Press, 1935 March 30
Box 3 Folder 10 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Herman Dreer, 1935 May 14 [Omega Psi Phi Fraternity]
Box 3 Folder 11 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from T. V. Smith [Illinois Senator], 1935 November 11
Box 3 Folder 12 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from a delegate to the 23rd Annual Conclave [Omega Psi Phi Fraternity], 1935 December 20
Box 3 Folder 13 Holiday greeting card to Dewey and Faith Jones from T. V. Smith, 1935 December
Box 3 Folder 14 Postcards, 1935-1942
Box 3 Folder 15 International Journal of Ethics, Vol. XLVI No. 4, 1936 July [Article by Dewey Jones on page 513]
Box 3 Folder 16 Howard University chemistry building dedication materials, 1936 October 26
Box 3 Folder 17 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Walter L. Lowe [All Kinds of Insurance], 1936 November 4
Box 3 Folder 18 Letters patent form for James Matthew Allen, 1937 October
Box 3 Folder 19 Congressional record, 1937-1941
Box 3 Folder 20 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from A. W. Dent [Omega Psi Phi Fraternity], 1938 April 13, May 6
Box 3 Folder 21 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Mr. Elson [Johnson], 1938 June 15
Box 3 Folder 22 “Father of Dewey Jones Succumbs,” article on the death of Dewey Jones’s father, 1938 May 14
Box 3 Folder 23 National diary of Dewey Jones, 1938
Box 3 Folder 24 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Reverend J. Ferdinand Ward, 1939 January 12
Box 3 Folder 25 “How Did Dewey Get His Facts on the Policy Racket in Harlem?” Chicago Defender, 1939 April 15 [Article on Thomas E. Dewey]
Box 3 Folder 26 Newspaper clippings about Dewey Jones, 1939, undated
Box 3 Folder 27 Who’s Who Columbia Journalists, 1939 [Dewey Jones on page 113]
Box 4 Folder 1 “The Zelma Watson George Story” Board of Directors of Randall House, circa 1959 [Dewey Jones, Jr.’s godmother]
Box 4 Folder 2 Dark Days: A Tale of Love Along the Color Line by Dewey Roscoe Jones, 2013
Box 4 Folder 3 Invitation for Dewey Jones from Metropolitan Housing Council [luncheon for Nathan Straus], undated
Box 4 Folder 4 The Chicago Scottsboro Action Committee materials, undated [Dewey Jones, Chairman]
Box 4 Folder 5 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Warren G., undated [Jarvis Christian College]
Box 4 Folder 6 Correspondence welcoming Dewey and Faith Jones to membership in the Negro People’s Theater, undated
Box 4 Folder 7 The Man Without a Country by Edwards Everett Hale, undated
Box 4 Folder 8 Party invitations and reply cards to various guests from Dewey and Faith Jones, undated [no year, December 10-11]
Box 4 Folder 9 Poem by Faith and Dewey Jones with sent addresses list, undated
Box 4 Folder 10 Writing and manuscripts by Dewey Jones, undated

Series 2: Faith Jefferson Jones Killings, circa 1910-1996, undated

Box 5 Folder 1 Jefferson family Bible, circa 1910
Box 4 Folder 11 Faith Jefferson’s school materials [grade four , 1914-1923
Box 2 Folder 2 Fred R. Jefferson materials, 1916-1967 [oversize item]
Box 4 Folder 12 Newspaper articles about Faith Jefferson Jones Killings and the Jefferson family, 1916-1971, undated
Box 4 Folder 13 Excerpts from the report of the Committee on Race Relations, “The Negro in Chicago,” 1922
Box 4 Folder 14 Oak Park and River Forest High School yearbook, 1922
Box 4 Folder 15 Oak Park and River Forest High School yearbook, 1923
Box 4 Folder 16 Oak Park High School “Class Song” of 1923, 1923
Box 6 Folder 1 Crane Junior College yearbook, 1924
Box 6 Folder 2 Pen and Pad Crane Junior College journal, 1925 April [signed by Faith Jefferson]
Box 6 Folder 3 Crane Junior College commencement program, 1925 June 23
Box 6 Folder 4 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority materials, 1925-1934
Box 6 Folder 5 “Suggested Outline for History Taking in Cases of Behavior Disorders in Children” by Myrtle Strom Mink and Dr. Herman Adler, 1926 March
Box 6 Folder 6 University of Chicago materials, 1926-1958
Box 6 Folder 7 The Linebook: 1927 by Richard Henry Little, 1927 [inscribed to Faith by Richard Henry Little]
Box 6 Folder 8 United Charities of Chicago materials, 1928, 1957
Box 6 Folder 9 Theater programs, 1920s
Box 6 Folder 10 Correspondence to Mr. Jones from Amelia Sears [and Board of Commissioners to Kinkle], 1931 May 29
Box 6 Folder 11 Correspondence to Mr. Rudd from Walter Sinclair [University Civic Theater, University of Denver], 1931 November 23
Box 6 Folder 12 Exhibition of Negro Artists at the Harmon Foundation program, 1931
Box 6 Folder 13 Correspondence between Faith Jones and Eugene Kinckle Jones [U.S. Department of Commerce and National Urban League], 1931, 1937
Box 6 Folder 14 Stockyards district staff list, 1932, 1935, undated
Box 6 Folder 15 Correspondence to the Cook County Bureau of Public Welfare from Joseph L. Moss [Director], 1933 August 23
Box 6 Folder 16 Event programs, 1933 August, 1938, 1940 July
Box 6 Folder 17 Social welfare conference program and handwritten notes, 1933 October 24-26
Box 6 Folder 18 Social Workers Discussion Group handouts, 1933
Box 6 Folder 19 Civil Service Commission (Cook County Bureau of Public Welfare) materials, 1933-1948
Box 6 Folder 20 Cook County Bureau of Public Welfare materials, 1933-1968, undated
Box 6 Folder 21 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Margaret Cochran, 1934 September 16
Box 6 Folder 22 Correspondence to “All our friends” from Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCabe, 1934 September, undated
Box 6 Folder 23 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Jessie Binford [Chairman, The Committee of Inquiry], 1934 November 9
Box 6 Folder 24 A Midsummer Night’s Dream program, 1934
Box 7 Folder 1 Correspondence to “Mr.” [unknown] from Illinois Emergency Relief Commission, 1934
Box 7 Folder 2 Correspondence between Faith Jones and Howard Long [Public Schools of the District of Columbia], 1934, 1937
Box 7 Folder 3 Correspondence between Faith Jones and Forrester B. Washington [Director of Negro Work and Atlanta School of Social Work], 1934-1942
Box 7 Folder 4 Washington Park Rambles, 1934-1936
Box 7 Folder 5 Chicago Relief Administration/Illinois Emergency Relief Commission materials, 1934-1943
Box 7 Folder 6 Correspondence to Mr. Adler from unknown [Insurance Department], circa 1934
Box 7 Folder 7 Correspondence to Mrs. Jones from Edwin N. Collier, 1935 April 5
Box 7 Folder 8 Correspondence to Mr. Blumberg from Mrs. Loretta Drish, 1935 April 9
Box 7 Folder 9 Correspondence to Mrs. Jones from Donald S. Eyster, 1935 May 9
Box 7 Folder 10 “The Negro Marches On,” student essay by Lucia Mae Pitts, 1935 May 9
Box 7 Folder 11 “Emancipation of the Negro” play program at Camp Reinberg, Deer Grove Forest Preserve, 1935 August
Box 7 Folder 12 Correspondence from social service clients, 1935
Box 7 Folder 13 Correspondence of Charles W. Winter, 1935-1936
Box 7 Folder 14 Correspondence to Faith Jones, 1935-1944, undated
Box 7 Folder 15 Illinois Conference on Social Welfare: Report of Action for the Year 1936, 1936 [Faith Jefferson Jones writings on pages V and 49]
Box 7 Folder 16 Office party songs, 1937 February
Box 7 Folder 17 Howard University School of Music concert program, 1937 April 6
Box 7 Folder 18 “Frollies of 1937” program presented by the Chicago Chapter of the Social Work Publicity Council at Chicago Woman’s Club Theatre, 1937 May 12-13
Box 7 Folder 19 Correspondence to Leo A. Lerner from Faith Jones, 1937 May-June
Box 7 Folder 20 Opportunity, Journal of Negro Life, 1937 August [Faith Jones photograph on cover]
Box 7 Folder 21 Illinois Rev. Statue, Chapter 129, 1937
Box 7 Folder 22 Illinois Conference on Social Welfare materials, 1937, 1941
Box 7 Folder 23 Institute for Juvenile Research, Psychiatric Department employee application documents, 1937, undated
Box 7 Folder 24 Young Women’s Christian Association correspondence, 1937-1938, 1958
Box 7 Folder 25 Correspondence to Faith J. Jones from Henry G. Arnsdorf [NYU registrar], 1938 February 1
Box 7 Folder 26 Correspondence to Jessie F. Binford [Executive Director, Juvenile Protective Association] from Clara Paul Paige [Director, Family Service Division], 1938 April 27
Box 7 Folder 27 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Gertrude Springer, 1938 April-May
Box 7 Folder 28 Survey Midmonthly, 1938 May [photograph of Faith Jones on page 160]
Box 7 Folder 29 “Repatriation of Part of a Family” by Elizabeth Wilson, 1938 May 4
Box 7 Folder 30 Correspondence to Department heads from Leah Dickinson, 1938 June 24
Box 7 Folder 31 First Annual Trap and Skeet Tournament program, 1938 July 3-4
Box 7 Folder 32 Correspondence to Faith J. Jones from Mrs. Roger Daklen, 1938 August 27
Box 7 Folder 33 Hull House correspondence, 1938-1941
Box 7 Folder 34 Chicago Church Federation materials, 1938-1944
Box 7 Folder 35 Julius Rosenwald Fund applications by Faith Jones, 1938, 1940
Box 7 Folder 36 A Better Chicago League, first conference program, 1939 February 3-4
Box 7 Folder 37 Theater programs, 1930s
Box 7 Folder 38 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Della Hughes, 1940 January 11
Box 8 Folder 1 Correspondence between Chicago Housing Authority and Faith Jones, 1940 June 25-September 23
Box 8 Folder 2 Art of the American Negro Exhibition program [inscribed to Faith Jones], 1940 July 4-September 2
Box 8 Folder 3 Association for the Study of Negro Life and History annual meeting program, 1940 September 6-9
Box 8 Folder 4 Materials on Provident Hospital School of Nurses graduation, 1940 September 25 [commencement address by Faith Jones]
Box 8 Folder 5 “A Brief History of 75 Years of Negro Progress” by Charles H. Wesley and John C. Dancy, 1940 [inscribed to Faith from John Dancy]
Box 8 Folder 6 Exhibition of Negro Artists of Chicago program [inscribed to Faith Jefferson Jones], 1941 February 1-25
Box 8 Folder 7 Untitled social work supervisor paper/essay by Faith Jones, 1941 June 26
Box 8 Folder 8 Correspondence to Faith Jones from T. O’Neill, 1941 June 10
Box 8 Folder 9 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Al Davis, 1941 June and undated
Box 8 Folder 10 Minimum standards for professional personnel united service organizations, 1941 August 29
Box 8 Folder 11 “Democracy in Action: The Negro and Defense” by the Council for Democracy, New York, 1941
Box 8 Folder 12 Council on Social Agencies of Chicago materials, 1941-1942, 1944
Box 8 Folder 13 Handwritten notes on “Illiteracy” and “The Negro Family and Negro Youth,” 1941, undated
Box 8 Folder 14 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Monica William, 1942 February 21
Box 8 Folder 15 Olderson furniture receipt for Faith Jones at Hull House, 1942 August 25
Box 8 Folder 16 Negro in the American Scene program, Howard University Gallery of Art, 1942
Box 8 Folder 17 Correspondence to Faith Jones from George S. Harris, 1943 February 17
Box 8 Folder 18 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Lillian Proctor, 1943 August 19-20
Box 8 Folder 19 “Case Work Aspects of the Aid to Dependent Children Program” by Faith Jones, 1943
Box 8 Folder 20 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Frances B. Schiffmann [Director, Family Welfare Association of Evanston], 1944 February 10
Box 8 Folder 21 Faith Jones’s Hampton Institute documents, 1944-1946, 1948
Box 8 Folder 22 Invitation to Faith Jones’s going away party, 1945 May 18
Box 8 Folder 23 Correspondence between Chicago Welfare Administration and Faith Jones, 1945 May 22-June 25
Box 8 Folder 24 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Rev. Russell [Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology], 1945 June 20
Box 8 Folder 25 “Relief Recipient in the Ida B. Wells Homes” by Faith Jones, 1945 June [her Master’s thesis at University of Chicago]
Box 8 Folder 26 Hampton Bulletin of the Hampton Institute, 1945, 1947-1948
Box 9 Folder 1 Mother’s Day essay, 1946 May 12
Box 2 Folder 3 Our World magazine, “The House They Live In” by Faith Jefferson Jones on page14, 1946 May [oversize item]
Box 9 Folder 2 Correspondence to personnel exchange registrants from William C. Rogers [Public Administration Clearing House], 1947 April 3
Box 9 Folder 3 The Southern Packet vol. IV, no. 1, 1948 January
Box 9 Folder 4 Conference to End Mob Violence materials, 1949-1950
Box 9 Folder 5 Jones family war ration books, 1940s
Box 9 Folder 6 Theater programs, 1940s
Box 9 Folder 7 National Civil Rights Mobilization program, 1950 January 15-17
Box 9 Folder 8 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Blanche [last name unknown], 1950 July 18
Box 9 Folder 9 Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination materials, 1950
Box 9 Folder 10 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Chicago Branch bulletin, 1950 January 18
Box 9 Folder 11 Correspondence to Faith Jones [Parkway Community House] from Jesse A. Jacobs [The Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry], 1951 July 3
Box 9 Folder 12 Lucius C. Harper funeral services program, 1952 February 15
Box 9 Folder 13 Press release from Martha Hilliard [The Chicago Pharmacists Auxiliary], 1953 April 13
Box 9 Folder 14 Correspondence to Mrs. Marco M. Killings from Alexander Ropohan [Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago], 1953 August 10
Box 9 Folder 15 Correspondence to “cousins” from Evelyn [unknown last name], 1953
Box 9 Folder 16 The Original Mothers Club materials, 1954-1955
Box 9 Folder 17 Correspondence to Faith Jones Killings from Judge Harold P. O’Connell [Circuit Court of Illinois Cook County], 1956 July 19
Box 9 Folder 18 Correspondence to Mrs. Harriet K. Brooks from Faith Jones Killings [medical social worker], 1956 October 5
Box 9 Folder 19 Prisoners’ Aid and Community Responsibility speech, circa 1956
Box 9 Folder 20 Service report of the John Howard Association, 1957 May 15
Box 9 Folder 21 “Social Worker Gains Fame in Aiding Others” by Roi Ottley [article on Faith Jones Killings], 1957 August 3
Box 9 Folder 22 Illinois State Scholarship Commission materials, 1957 August 14-September 30
Box 9 Folder 23 Correspondence to Faith Jones Killings from Eugene S. Zemans [Executive Director, John Howard Association], 1957 October 17
Box 9 Folder 24 Membership certificate of the Voluntary Registration of Social Workers, 1957
Box 9 Folder 25 Women’s Auxiliary, Chicago Branch of the NAACP 21st Annual Benefit Tea “Salute to Youth” program, 1961 March 19
Box 9 Folder 26 Correspondence to Joseph Ragan [Illinois State Reformatory] from Faith Jones Killings, 1962 April 7
Box 9 Folder 27 Correspondence to Luis Foster from Faith Jones Killings, 1962 August 31
Box 9 Folder 28 Certificates of merit to Faith Jones Killings, 1962-1963
Box 9 Folder 29 Letter to Annette Calloway from Faith Jones Killings, 1965 January
Box 9 Folder 30 Correspondence to “my dear daughter” from Mother Moore, 1965 June
Box 9 Folder 31 State of Illinois Department of Personnel performance record of Faith Jefferson Jones, 1965 November 10
Box 9 Folder 32 Correspondence to Faith Jones from Lois D. Tamme [District Representative], 1966 September 6
Box 9 Folder 33 Gertrude Glenn Johnson autobiography excerpt, 1966
Box 9 Folder 34 Public Aid in Illinois published by the State of Illinois Department of Public Aid, 1967 March [Faith Jefferson Jones mentioned on page 5]
Box 9 Folder 35 “Jean Baptiste Point de Saible” by Lillian Neal O’Neil, 1968 October
Box 9 Folder 36 Correspondence to Faith Jefferson Jones from Bobbie Raymond, 1971 January 16
Box 9 Folder 37 Event program, From Ashes to Allies: A benefit for the burned African American churches, 1996 July 30
Box 9 Folder 38 “Attention; Southern Senators” by Max Stern, unknown newspaper, undated
Box 9 Folder 39 Book reviews, list of three, undated
Box 9 Folder 40 Committee for the International Negro Youth conference program, undated
Box 9 Folder 41 Correspondence from Dorothy Smith to Miss Huffman, undated
Box 9 Folder 42 Faith Jefferson Jones’s social work materials, undated
Box 9 Folder 43 Faith Jones’s resumes, undated
Box 9 Folder 44 “Health Problems of the Negro” by Paul B. Cornely, Alpha Omega Chapter Omega Psi Psi, undated
Box 9 Folder 45 Henry S. Davis oration, undated
Box 9 Folder 46 “Is Integration Still Our Goal?” speech excerpt notes, undated [Judge James B. Yarrow]
Box 9 Folder 47 James Weldon Johnson biographical information and autobiography book information, undated
Box 9 Folder 48 Letter from Haney Cunero to Faith Jones, undated
Box 9 Folder 49 Note cards for a speech, undated
Box 9 Folder 50 Notes [handwritten] of Faith Jones, undated
Box 9 Folder 51 “Ourselves,” unknown author, undated
Box 9 Folder 52 Plays and librettos, undated
Box 9 Folder 53 Stewart and Ashby Coffee Company advertisement, undated
Box 9 Folder 54 “Study of the Use of Case Work in the Education Department” by Faith J. Jones, undated
Box 9 Folder 55 Theater programs, undated
Box 9 Folder 56 “The Jackass Brays” political cartoon, unknown newspaper, undated
Box 9 Folder 57 “The Relation of Courts to the Legislative,” notes, undated
Box 9 Folder 58 “What You Should Know About the Case of Angelo Herndon,” undated

Series 3: Chicago Defender, 1911-1955, undated

Box 10 Folder 1 “The Editor Speaks” Chicago Defender article, 1911 November 17
Box 10 Folder 2 “Lights and Shadows” articles, 1923 July 14-1933 January 28
Box 10 Folder 3 Articles written by Dewey R. Jones, 1923-1936
Box 10 Folder 4 “Hilda Coates Woods Dies At Provident,” Chicago Defender article, 1925 March 28 [Lights and Shadows poet]
Box 10 Folder 5 Correspondence from Bertrice Smith to Dewey Jones, 1926 September 20
Box 10 Folder 6 “The Bookshelf” columns by Dewey R. Jones in the Chicago Defender, 1926-1934
Box 10 Folder 7 “Lights and Shadows” excerpts, 1925 October 10-1935 June 1
Box 10 Folder 8 Letter from Elmer Carter [editor of Opportunity Journal of Negro Life] to Dewey Jones, 1928 December 28 and 1937 January 20
Box 10 Folder 9 Letter from Elnora Clayton [Little Zion Baptist Church] to Dewey Jones regarding the Bud Billiken Parade, 1929 July 24
Box 10 Folder 10 Event flyer from Negro Centers of Life and Culture listing a Young Womens Christian Association lecture by Dewey Jones [City Editor of the Chicago Defender], 1929 July 28
Box 10 Folder 11 Correspondence to Lucius C. Harper [Abbott’s Monthly] from Powell Lindsay, 1931 March 29
Box 10 Folder 12 Correspondence from Dewy Jones to Mr. Beck [Chicago Tribune], 1931 April 16
Box 10 Folder 13 “What Books Tell Us” columns by Dewey R. Jones from Abbott’s Monthly, 1931 April and June
Box 10 Folder 14 Reporter’s pass of Dewey R. Jones, 1931
Box 10 Folder 15 Abbott’s Monthly magazines, 1931 April and June, 1933 April
Box 10 Folder 16 Correspondence to Dewy Jones from Dr. A.G. Falls [Guide Rights Committee Chairman, Chicago Urban League], 1931 May 25
Box 10 Folder 17 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Amelia Sears [Cook County Commissioner], 1931 May 29
Box 10 Folder 18 Correspondence [telegram] to Dewey Jones from Claude Barnett, 1931 July 31
Box 10 Folder 19 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from the Dean of the School of Journalism, Columbia University, 1932 December 9
Box 10 Folder 20 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Walter Wohlfeil [Vice Consul of Ecuador], 1933 January 25
Box 10 Folder 21 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Vincent de Sola, 1933 February 26
Box 10 Folder 22 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Robert R. Taylor, 1933 March 6
Box 10 Folder 23 Correspondence to the editor of the Chicago Defender from Richard Nest, 1933 May 1
Box 10 Folder 24 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Ruth Raphael [International Magazine Company], 1933 June 6
Box 10 Folder 25 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from M.O. Bousfield [Illinois E.A. Council Chairman of the Chicago Urban League], 1933 August 29
Box 10 Folder 26 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Ira De A. Reid [National Urban League], 1933 September 12
Box 10 Folder 27 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Henriette Herz [literary agent], 1933 October 4
Box 10 Folder 28 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Joseph Freeman, 1933 October 18
Box 10 Folder 29 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Edgar G. Brown, 1933 November 23
Box 10 Folder 30 A Century of Progress: International Exposition Chicago tickets, 1933
Box 10 Folder 31 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Walter B. Pitkin, 1934 January 9
Box 10 Folder 32 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from the secretary of the International People’s College in Elsinore, Denmark, 1934 January 24
Box 10 Folder 33 Correspondence to the Editor of Abbott’s Monthly from Matilda Rose McLaren, 1934 April 9
Box 10 Folder 34 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Nancy Cunero [CO Lloyd’s Bank], 1934 June 6
Box 10 Folder 35 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from C. Rufus Rorem [Julius Rosenwald Fund], 1934 June 15
Box 10 Folder 36 Western Union telegram from Heywood Burn to Dewey Jones, 1934 August 2
Box 10 Folder 37 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Donald Slesinger, 1934 August 10
Box 10 Folder 38 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Lovett Fort-Whiteman, 1934 October 9
Box 10 Folder 39 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from T.V. Smith [Editor, TheInternational Journal of Ethics], 1934 October 19
Box 10 Folder 40 Correspondence between Dewey Jones and Robert S. Abbott, 1934 October 26-1937 July 25
Box 10 Folder 41 Correspondence to the Editor of the Chicago Defender from Eugene Exman [Harper and Brothers Publishers], 1934 November 26
Box 10 Folder 42 Correspondence to the Editor of the Chicago Defender from Will C. Cason, 1934 November 27
Box 10 Folder 43 “A Day at the Fair” [Century of Progress Exposition] Chicago Defender columns by Dewey R. Jones, 1934 [printed from Chicago Defender Historical Archive]
Box 10 Folder 44 Chicago Defender articles by Dewey R. Jones, 1934, 1938 [Printed from the Chicago Defender Historical Archive]
Box 10 Folder 45 “The Week” Chicago Defender columns, 1934
Box 10 Folder 46 “Thoughts in Passing” Chicago Defender columns by Dewey R. Jones, 1934-1936
Box 10 Folder 47 Rough draft of a Chicago Defender article/column by Dewey R. Jones, circa 1934
Box 10 Folder 48 Correspondence to Robert S. Abbott from Katie E. Whickam, 1935 February 7
Box 10 Folder 49 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Roberta Valentine, 1935 February 14
Box 10 Folder 50 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Mrs. Theodore B. Sachs [Chicago Tuberculosis Institute], 1935 February 21
Box 10 Folder 51 Correspondence, to Dewey Jones [Chicago Defender] from C.A. Hansberry [Chicago branch of the N.A.A.C.P.], 1935 March 1
Box 10 Folder 52 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Edwina Streeter Dixon, 1935 April 11
Box 10 Folder 53 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from William N. Jones [The Afro American Newspaper], 1935 April 17
Box 10 Folder 54 Correspondence to John H. Sengstacke from Eugene Kinckle Jones [Advisor on Negro Affairs, Department of Commerce], 1935 April 18
Box 10 Folder 55 Correspondence to Dewey Jones [announcing his promotion to Managing Editor] from John H. Sengstacke, 1935 May 3
Box 10 Folder 56 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from M.B. Tolson, 1935 May 11
Box 10 Folder 57 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from John H. Sengstacke, 1935 May 12
Box 10 Folder 58 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from A.L. Foster [Executive Secretary, Chicago Urban League], 1935 May 14
Box 10 Folder 59 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Goldie M. Walden, 1935 June 3
Box 11 Folder 1 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Gladys [last name unknown], 1935 July 10
Box 11 Folder 2 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Y.L. Somerville, 1935 August 12
Box 11 Folder 3 Correspondence to “friend” from George R. Arthur [Young Men’s Christian Association], 1935 October 7
Box 11 Folder 4 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Susie [last name unknown], 1935 November 4
Box 11 Folder 5 Correspondence to Robert S. Abbott from Mauriel Terrell, 1935 December 26
Box 11 Folder 6 Correspondence to Dewey Jones [and “Lasers ‘N’ everybody] from A. Nelly, circa 1935
Box 11 Folder 7 Memorandum for Dr. Robert C. Weaver by Dewey Jones, 1936 July 14
Box 11 Folder 8 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Goldi [last name unknown], 1936 August 19-1937 January 24
Box 11 Folder 9 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Jesse O. Thomas [Office of the U.S. Commissioner General], 1936 August 31
Box 11 Folder 10 “Questions and Answers” St. Louis Times column, 1937 June 2
Box 11 Folder 11 “Pointed Paragraphs” Chicago Defender columns by Dewey R. Jones, 1937
Box 11 Folder 12 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Beatrice Abbott, circa 1938
Box 11 Folder 13 Correspondence to Childie from Susie [last names unknown, Chicago Defender staff], circa 1938
Box 11 Folder 14 Stationary from the desk of the Chicago Defender City Editor Dewey Jones, 1930s
Box 11 Folder 15 “That’s Why Our Progress is So Slow Declares Editor Abbot” by Robert S. Abbott, Chicago Defender article, 1930s
Box 11 Folder 16 Correspondence to Chicago Defender editor from Mrs. Dewey R. Jones, 1940 May 7
Box 11 Folder 17 S.S. Robert S. Abbott pamphlet by the Permanente Metals Corporation, 1944 April
Box 12 Folder 1 50th Anniversary Edition of the Chicago Defender, 1955 August 6 [oversize item]
Box 11 Folder 18 Chicago Defender business cards for Dewey R. Jones, undated
Box 11 Folder 19 “Four Sinners Minus Three Saints” by I.C. Awl and Yusee Lesse, undated
Box 11 Folder 20 Letter to Dewey Jones from Freeman Conwell, undated
Box 11 Folder 21 Worked themed poem by “The Boss,” undated

Series 4: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1934-1954, undated

Box 11 Folder 22 Correspondence to Eugene Kinckle Jones from Carl W. Ackerman [Dean of Columbia University in New York], 1934 April 30
Box 11 Folder 23 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Robert C. Weaver, 1934 December 3
Box 11 Folder 24 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Eugene Kinckle Jones, 1934 December 5
Box 11 Folder 25 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Helen Boyd [Federal Housing Administration], 1934 December 17
Box 11 Folder 26 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Edgar Puryear [Office of the Federal Emergency Administrator of Public Works], 1935 August 17 and 1937 June 30
Box 11 Folder 27 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Corienne K. Robinson [Secretary to Robert C. Weaver], 1935 August 22
Box 11 Folder 28 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from T.V. Smith [Illinois Senator], 1935 September 16
Box 11 Folder 29 Correspondence from Dewey Jones to Mack [unknown last name], 1935 November 5
Box 11 Folder 30 Federal Emergency Relief Administration research bulletin, 1935 November 7
Box 11 Folder 31 Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works press releases, 1935, 1939
Box 11 Folder 32 Work journal of Dewey Jones, 1936 April
Box 11 Folder 33 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Julian Black [20th Century Sporting Club], 1936 June
Box 11 Folder 34 The Negro in the Department of the Interior and the Public Works Administration summary, 1936 September 1
Box 11 Folder 35 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from William L. Houston [Democratic National Campaign Committee], 1936 October 28
Box 11 Folder 36 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Roy Tyler, 1936 November 23
Box 11 Folder 37 Correspondence to “Boss” from J.C. Davis [U.S. Department of the Interior], 1936 December 23
Box 11 Folder 38 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from unknown [staff at the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary], 1936 December
Box 11 Folder 39 Speeches by Dewey Jones while Associate Adviser on Negro Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1936-1937
Box 11 Folder 40 “Recreational Demonstration Projects” by U.S. Department of the Interior National Park Service, circa 1936
Box 11 Folder 41 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from J.C. Austin [Pilgrim Baptist Church], 1937 January 15
Box 11 Folder 42 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from William I. Lee [Citizens Joint Conference], 1937 April 11
Box 11 Folder 43 Correspondence to Harold L. Ickes [Department of the Interior] from J.S. Jackson [Seattle Urban League], 1937 November 22
Box 11 Folder 44 Correspondence to J.S. Jackson [Seattle Urban League] from Charles West [Acting Secretary of the Interior], 1937 December 2
Box 11 Folder 45 Christmas card to Dewey Jones from Mary Bethune, 1937 December 25
Box 11 Folder 46 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Robbie [U.S. Department of the Interior staff], 1937 December 27
Box 11 Folder 47 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from William N. Goodall [National Park Service], 1938 January 22
Box 11 Folder 48 Correspondence to F.L. Smith [Department of Public Works from William N. Goodall [National Park Service], 1938 January 22
Box 11 Folder 49 Letter of resignation from Dewey Jones as Acting Adviser on Negro Affairs, 1938 March 8
Box 11 Folder 50 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from J. C. Davis [U.S. Department of the Interior staff], 1938 June-July
Box 11 Folder 51 Correspondence to Dewey from Bill Trent, Jr. [U.S. Department of the Interior staff], 1938 July-August
Box 11 Folder 52 Correspondence to Dewey from Jo [U.S. Department of the Interior staff], 1938 August 11
Box 11 Folder 53 Annual Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1938
Box 11 Folder 54 Federal Works Agency press releases, 1939-1941, undated
Box 11 Folder 55 Correspondence to Mrs. Dewey Jones from Eugene Kinckle Jones, 1954 June 7

Series 5: Jane Addams Hull-House, 1931-2013, undated

Box 11 Folder 56 Correspondence to Jane Addams [Hull House] from Harriet C. Kelly [Frederick Douglas School], 1931 May 10
Box 11 Folder 57 Correspondence from Dewey Jones to Rev. Ferdinand Ward, 1939 January 16
Box 11 Folder 58 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Charlotte Carr [Hull House], 1937 November 18 and 1938 March 12
Box 11 Folder 59 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Edwin R. Embree [Julius Rosenwald Fund], 1938 March 10
Box 11 Folder 60 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Joseph H.B. Evans [U.S. Department of Agriculture], 1938 April 19
Box 11 Folder 61 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Ray Shirley [Office Manager for the Chicago Board of Education], 1938 May 20
Box 11 Folder 62 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Vinita V. Lewis [U.S. Department of Labor], 1938 June 2
Box 11 Folder 63 Telegram to Dewey Jones from J.C. Davis, 1938 July 5
Box 11 Folder 64 Correspondence to W.L. Lowe from JLF [Alexander Smullan and Company Insurance], 1938 August 10, 12
Box 11 Folder 65 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from Mrs. Iris K. Littlefield, 1938 August 12
Box 11 Folder 66 Atlantic Monthly, volume 162, no. 6, 1938 December [Hull House section on pages 742-745]
Box 13 Folder 1 West side area interviews, Hull-House, 1938
Box 13 Folder 2 Hull House materials, 1938-1939
Box 13 Folder 3 Hull House event programs, 1938-1941
Box 13 Folder 4 Hull House Block News, 1938 June-1939 May
Box 13 Folder 5 Correspondence to Dewey Jones from L.R. Duckman, 1939 July 14
Box 13 Folder 6 Hull House Forum materials, 1939 January-March
Box 13 Folder 7 Hull House yearbook, 1939
Box 13 Folder 8 Hull House Fiftieth Anniversary program, 1940 May 17-26
Box 13 Folder 9 Hull House Star volume III, no. 3, 1940 May 20
Box 13 Folder 10 The Melting Pot, 1941 April-May
Box 13 Folder 11 Hull House Bulletins, 1942
Box 13 Folder 12 Hull House promotional/fundraising material, 1942, 1963
Box 13 Folder 13 Hull House administrative documents, 1945 May 18, undated
Box 13 Folder 14 F-F Saver, 1963 Fall [Hull House article on pages 9-11]
Box 13 Folder 15 “Pick of the Week,’ Chicago Tribune article on Hull House, 2013 February 7
Box 2 Folder 4 Chicago map denoting tracts of land by black population, undated [oversize item]
Box 13 Folder 16 Committee on Public Affairs subcommittees list, undated
Box 13 Folder 17 Hull House courtyard drawing by W. [Bill] Jacobs, undated
Box 13 Folder 18 Welfare Worker: Charlotte Carr newspaper clipping, undated

Series 6: Pamphlets and Serials, 1913-1968, undated

Box 13 Folder 19 Americanism addresses by Woodrow Wilson, Franklin K. Lane, and Theodore Roosevelt, undated
Box 13 Folder 20 Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 1930 February
Box 13 Folder 21 “The Charge” from On Democracy’s Battlefront, 1949 December 17
Box 13 Folder 22 “The Chicago Urban League in 1943, Summary of the Activities of a Critical Year,” 1944
Box 13 Folder 23 “City Planning in Race Relations,” City of Chicago proceedings of the Mayor’s Conference on Race Relations, 1944 February
Box 13 Folder 24 Congaree Sketches by E.C. L. Adams book jacket, undated
Box 14 Folder 1 The Crisis, 1932 June and 1935 September
Box 14 Folder 2 Datum Point by Hamilton Fish Armstrong, 1943 October
Box 2 Folder 5 Ebony, 1946 April and 1955 November [oversize item]
Box 14 Folder 3 Fire!!, 1927 January 24 [Signed by Langston Hughes]
Box 14 Folder 4 Good Neighbors in Action, Report of the Board of Community Relations, City of Buffalo, 1952
Box 14 Folder 5 Has the Roosevelt New Deal Helped the Colored Citizen?, undated
Box 14 Folder 6 “I am not a Virginian but an American” by Patrick Henry, undated
Box 14 Folder 7 Inaugural addresses by John Adams and Abraham Lincoln, undated
Box 14 Folder 8 Inland Topics, 1935 May
Box 14 Folder 9 The Inter-Racial Crisis, Chicago Urban League, 1943
Box 2 Folder 6 Ken clippings, 1938 July 14 [oversize item]
Box 14 Folder 10 Kozminski Bulletin, Charles Kozminski School, 1950 May
Box 14 Folder 11 The Negro and the U.S. Army by Eugene Varlin, published for the Socialist Workers Party, undated
Box 14 Folder 12 Negroes in Chicago by Mary-Jane Grunsfeld, Mayor’s Committee on Race Relations, 1944 October
Box 14 Folder 13 The Negro Market, undated
Box 2 Folder 7 Our World, 1946 April and June [oversize item]
Box 14 Folder 14 Public Welfare, Journal of the American Public Works Welfare Association, 1943, 1968
Box 14 Folder 15 Race Relations in Chicago, 1944 December
Box 14 Folder 16 Racial Tensions in Chicago by Robert C. Weaver, 1943
Box 14 Folder 17 Research on the Urban Negro by Elaine Ogden McNeil and Horace R. Cayton, 1941 September
Box 14 Folder 18 Rosenwald Fund Two Year Review by Edwin R. Embree, 1938
Box 14 Folder 19 South Today: The Church and Men’s Needs, edited by Lillian Smith and Paula Smith, volume VIII, no. 2, 1945
Box 14 Folder 20 Thomas Alfred Tripp booklet of articles [untitled], undated
Box 14 Folder 21 Washington Daily News clippings, 1934, undated
Box 14 Folder 22 The White Christian and His Conscience by Lillian Smith, circa 1945
Box 14 Folder 23 The Wolf and the Lamb by W.P. Dabney, 1913 March 31

Series 7: Photographs, 1917-circa 1963, undated

Box 15 001 Fred Jefferson in military uniform holding a bugle, 1917. Photography by Hansen in Oak Park, IL.
Box 15 002 Unidentified man posing in automobile, 1917 [photo post card]
Box 15 003 Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1919 April 5
Box 15 004 [Alonzo Hunt] at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 005 A group of segregated soldiers at a fort in Lexington, circa 1919
Box 15 006 Beaulah and Marie [unknown last names], circa 1919. [The two photographs are attached to each other.]
Box 15 007 Bertha and Mary [unknown last names], circa 1919
Box 15 008 Dewey Jones and another soldier [pictured right] boxing at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 009 Fire station number three, circa 1919
Box 15 010 Group of men in bathrobes at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 011 Group of patients outside the post hospital at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 012 Group of soldiers at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 013 Group of soldiers at Medicine Park near Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 014 Group of soldiers posing in the woods, circa 1919
Box 15 015 Group of surgeons in front of post hospital at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 016 Hospital laboratory in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 017 Kitchen in port hospital at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 018 Martha Walker and separate image of a man named Malone, circa 1919. [The two photographs are attached to each other.]
Box 15 019 Medicine Creek from Medicine Bluffs near the post hospital in Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 020 Mess hall in post hospital at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 021 Mess Sargent at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 022 On board a German U-boat submarine, circa 1919
Box 15 023 Operating room in post hospital at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 024 Patients in a hospital ward in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 025 Post hospital canteen at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919. Photography by Bates.
Box 15 026 Soldier and woman riding horses, circa 1919
Box 15 027 Soldier posing outside at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 028 Two soldiers on a tank at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 029 Two soldiers reading in a field at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, circa 1919
Box 15 030 U-boat German submarine, circa 1919
Box 15 031 Langston Hughes, 1920
Box 15 032 Portrait of Howard inscribed “To Dewey, Fraternally,” circa 1922
Box 15 033 Helene Robb, 1923 February
Box 15 034 Portrait of [Art], 1924. Photography by Mabel Sykes.
Box 15 035 Alvernos dance, circa 1924
Box 15 036 Portrait of an unknown woman sitting, circa 1924. Photography by Gibson Studios, Chicago.
Box 15 037 Graduating class at Crane Junior College, Faith Jefferson pictured third row in the center, 1925
Box 15 038 Portrait of Joe [unknown last name], 1925. Photography by Mabel Sykes.
Box 15 039 Portrait of Faith Jefferson inscribed to Dewey, circa 1925. Photography by Mabel Sykes.
Box 15 040 Portrait of Leonard [unknown last name], circa 1925. Photography by Mabel Sykes.
Box 15 041 Portrait of Virgil [unknown last name], 1927. Photography by Gibson Studios.
Box 15 042 Bridal portrait of Faith Jefferson Jones, 1928
Box 15 043 Portrait of Dewey Jones he inscribed “To my “Other Mother” Mrs. Jefferson, with love, Dewey R. 8/28/31,” 1931
Box 15 044 Mrs. Fred Jefferson, 1931
Box 15 045 Portrait of Fred Jefferson, hunter, 1934. Photography by Worthington Studio, Chicago.
Box 15 046 Dewey R. Jones [left] and Joseph Richardson Jones [right] in the W.C.I.L. National Broadcasting studio in Chicago, 1935 April
Box 15 047 Leigh Whipple, Dewey Jones, J. Rosamond Johnson, W.C. Handy, and Joseph Richardson Jones [pictured left to right] in the W.C.I.L. National Broadcasting studio in Chicago, 1935 April
Box 15 048 Portrait of Dewey Jones, circa 1935
Box 15 049 Portrait of Faith Jefferson Jones, 1936 December. Photography by Dorien Basabe Studio, Chicago.
Box 15 050 Faith Jefferson Jones and Dewey Jones, Jr. [at nine months], 1937 April 24. Photography by Brown Jr., Washington D.C.
Box 16 051 Dewey Jones and Dewey Jones, Jr. [11 ½ months] in Lake Michigan at Pentwater, Michigan, 1937 July
Box 16 052 Dewey Jones and Dewey Jones, Jr. [11 ½ months] in Pentwater, Michigan, 1937 July
Box 16 053 Faith Jefferson Jones and Dewey Jones, Jr. [11 ½ months] at the beach in Pentwater, Michigan, 1937 July
Box 16 054 Faith Jefferson Jones and Dewey Jones, Jr. [11 ½ months] in Lake Michigan at Pentwater, Michigan, 1937 July
Box 16 055 Dewey Jones [far left], Faith Jefferson Jones [far right], and friends at a Delta Sigma Theta dance, 1938
Box 16 056 Portrait of William Hughes, 1942
Box 16 057 Faith Jefferson Jones at a social event, 1944 June
Box 16 058 Portrait of [unknown first name] Lee, 1944. Photography by Dorien Basabe of Basabe and Barray Photographers.
Box 16 059 Portrait of an unknown couple, circa 1947
Box 16 060 Chicago Pharmacists Association auxiliary meeting including Mrs. Edward White, Mrs. James E. Roberts, Mrs. Robert Giles [President], Mrs. Mario M. Killings [Chairwoman], Mrs. Judge Jones, and Mrs. William H. Hillard [women pictured left to right], 1953 April 12. Photography by Oscar B. Willis and Associates, Chicago.
Box 16 061 Illinois State Scholarship Commission members at a meeting at the Museum of Science and Industry. Pictured left to right are Mr. McMaster, Dr. Eric H. Johnson, Dr. L. S. Michael, Monsignor William E. McManus, Mrs. William C. Petty, Mrs. Faith Jefferson Killings, Dr. Richard G. Browne, Mr. R. A. Bonifield, Mrs. Sonia Robertson, and Dr. Lyman J. Smith, circa 1958
Box 2 062 Family portrait including Marco Killings [seated far right], Faith Jefferson Jones Killings [seated], and Fred Jefferson [standing behind Faith], 1961. Photography by [Harr] Johnson, Chicago. [oversize item]
Box 16 063 Elks Lodge number 954 Greater Chicago band, circa 1963
Box 16 064 A man and three women sitting in the grass, undated
Box 16 065 Arthur Roberts, undated
Box 16 066 Audience and speakers at a banquet, Dewey Jones seated to the left of the speaker [standing], undated
Box 16 067 Aunt Ivy and two women, undated
Box 16 068 Aunt Ivy posing next to a cannon, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 069 Aunt Ivy standing next to a cannon, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 070 Baby girl, undated
Box 16 071 Boy and girl on tricycles, undated
Box 16 072 Boy and two girls outside, undated
Box 16 073 Boy posing in a military outfit in a portrait studio, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 074 Chicago Urban League meeting with A.L. Foster, Dr. Arthur Falls, Eugene Kinckle Jones, Mary McLeod Bethune, and Clara Paige [pictured left to right], undated
Box 16 075 Dewey Jones in military uniform holding a typewriter, undated
Box 16 076 Dewey Jones, Mrs. Fred Jefferson [right], and unidentified woman, undated
Box 16 077 Dewey Jones [pictured second from left] with a group of four people sitting in a yard, undated
Box 16 078 Dewey Jones [right] and an unknown man, undated
Box 16 079 Dewey Jones [right] gives a pin to an unidentified man, undated
Box 16 080 Dewey Jones [sitting on the floor wearing all white] and Faith Jefferson Jones [sitting on the floor second to the right of Dewey Jones] at a social gathering, undated
Box 16 081 Dewey Jones with a dog on a pier, undated
Box 16 082 Elizabeth Moody outside a house in Paris, Illinois, undated
Box 16 083 Ethel [unknown last name] sitting near the steps of a building, undated
Box 16 084 Faith and Dewey Jones at the Tropic Club [35th at South Park, Chicago], undated
Box 16 085 Faith Jefferson and another girl posing in front of a window, undated
Box 16 086 Faith Jefferson and an unknown man, undated
Box 16 087 Faith Jefferson and a young woman [left] sitting on stairs, undated
Box 16 088 Faith Jefferson and Mrs. Jefferson standing outside in the snow, undated
Box 16 089 Faith Jefferson [as a girl] at the beach, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 090 Faith Jefferson [as a girl] holding a dog, undated
Box 16 091 Faith Jefferson [as a little girl] standing on the sidewalk, undated
Box 16 092 Faith Jefferson [center], Mrs. Jefferson [right], Fred Jefferson, and an unknown woman at a conservatory, undated
Box 16 093 Faith Jefferson, Fred Jefferson, and Mrs. Jefferson, undated
Box 16 094 Faith Jefferson [girl] and two women standing in front of the Jefferson home, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 095 Faith Jefferson [girl] sitting in a cart/carriage pulled by a goat with an unidentified woman standing next to her, undated
Box 16 096 Faith Jefferson holding a pheasant, undated
Box 16 097 Faith Jefferson in a swimming costume prepared to dive, undated [photo post card]
Box 16 098 Faith Jefferson Jones Killings and Dewey Jones, Jr., undated
Box 16 099 Faith Jefferson Jones [left] and two unidentified women swimming, undated
Box 16 100 Faith Jefferson Jones seated fifth from the right at a table during a social event, undated
Box 17 101 Faith Jefferson [left] and Mrs. Jefferson in a car, undated
Box 17 102 Faith Jefferson [left] and Mrs. Jefferson posing with a bike, undated
Box 17 103 Faith Jefferson, Leroy Wilson, and Mrs. Jefferson in a car, undated
Box 17 104 Faith Jefferson, Mrs. Jefferson, and Maude Rollins [left to right] on a train, undated
Box 17 105 Faith Jefferson [right] with a man and young lady, undated
Box 17 106 Faith Jefferson’s graduation portrait, undated. Photography by Wolk, Forest Park.
Box 17 107 Faith Jefferson [sitting] and a girl outdoors, undated
Box 17 108 Faith Jefferson’s [standing in 3rd row] class picture in Oak Park, Illinois, undated. Photography by Wm. Plimmer, Chicago. [oversize item]
Box 17 109 Faith Jefferson standing in front of a house, undated
Box 17 110 Faith Jefferson, undated
Box 17 111 Family portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jefferson [far left], Dewey Jones Jr., and Faith Jefferson Jones, undated. Photography by Dorien Basabe of Basabe and Barray Photographers, Chicago.
Box 17 112 Four unidentified women at a social event, undated. Photography by St. Luke’s Hospital Photography Department.
Box 17 113 Four military musicians in front of a tent, undated
Box 17 114 Fred Jefferson and an unidentified man [dressed as a hunter] standing in the street next to a car with two deer on the hood, undated
Box 17 115 Fred Jefferson and an unidentified man posting with fishing poles and fish, undated
Box 17 116 Fred Jefferson and three dogs in front of a car, undated
Box 17 117 Fred Jefferson [center] and two other members of the Greater Chicago Elks Lodge number 954 band, undated
Box 17 118 Fred Jefferson directing an Elks Lodge band, undated
Box 17 119 Fred Jefferson [dressed in white] directing the Greater Chicago Elks Lodge marching band during a parade, undated
Box 17 120 Fred Jefferson [dressed to hunt] with two dead deer hanging, undated [horizontal image]
Box 17 121 Fred Jefferson [dressed to hunt] with two dead deer hanging, undated [vertical image]
Box 17 122 Fred Jefferson in a car [front view], undated [photo post card]
Box 17 123 Fred Jefferson in a car [side view], undated [photo post card]
Box 17 124 Fred Jefferson in a military uniform holding a trumpet, undated
Box 17 125 Fred Jefferson [left] and an unidentified tuba player dressed for a parade for the Elks Lodge Number 954 Greater Chicago Band, undated
Box 17 126 Fred Jefferson [left] and Dewey Jones [right] at a conservatory, undated
Box 17 127 Fred Jefferson [pictured center] standing with a group of hunters in front of a car with deer strapped to it in the street in front of Packard, undated
Box 17 128 Fred Jefferson [pictured right] and an unidentified man dressed as hunters standing in front of a car with deer strapped to the hood and trunk, on the street in front of Packard, undated
Box 17 129 Fred Jefferson [pictured sitting third from right] with unidentified men at a group meeting, undated. Photography by Monarch Photographers.
Box 17 130 Fred Jefferson [pictured standing, second from right] in a group football portrait, undated
Box 17 131 Fred Jefferson’s car [destroyed] parked in a lot, undated
Box 17 132 Fred Jefferson [second from right] standing with a group of hunters in front of a car with deer strapped to it in the street in front of Packard, undated
Box 17 133 Fred Jefferson [second left] and three other members of the Greater Chicago Elks Lodge Number 954 Band, undated
Box 17 134 Fred Jefferson standing in front of a building [5624-26 Calumet], undated
Box 17 135 Fred Jefferson standing in front of a car with deer strapped to the hood and trunk in front of Packard, undated
Box 17 136 Fred Jefferson standing next to a car with three dogs in the trunk, undated. Photography by Cushiniere Studio.
Box 17 137 Fred Jefferson working as a chauffeur in Oak Park, IL, undated. Photography by Chase in Chicago.
Box 17 138 Greater Chicago Elks Lodge Number 954 band, Fred Jefferson pictured sitting in the second row, fourth from the right, undated
Box 17 139 Greater Chicago Elks Lodge Number 954 band, undated [Christmas photo card of Fred Jefferson]
Box 17 140 Group at a picnic, undated
Box 17 141 Group of five men bird hunting on a boat, Fred Jefferson pictured second from left, undated
Box 17 142 Group of men examining an apartment building, undated
Box 17 143 Group of people, Fred Jefferson standing in the back row, center, undated
Box 17 144 Group of people posing in front of the Jefferson home with cars, undated
Box 17 145 Group of people sitting on the porch, two men in graduation caps and gowns, undated
Box 17 146 Group of unidentified people; two men in military uniform and four women by a desk outdoors, undated
Box 17 147 Group portrait of seven hunters and two dogs, includes Fred Jones, Fred Jefferson, and [Agazine] Hawkins, undated
Box 17 148 Headshot of a man [possibly Rev. H.W., Sr.], undated [photo post card]
Box 17 149 Headshot of an unknown woman, undated
Box 17 150 Headshot of a woman, undated
Box 18 151 Headshot of Zelma Watson, undated
Box 18 152 [Helen O’Day] and a little boy, undated
Box 18 153 Jefferson home in Oak Park, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 154 Langston Hughes, undated. Photography by L.G. Hyman, Washington D.C.
Box 18 155 Little boy [unknown] coloring, undated. Photography by Ted Williams.
Box 18 156 Little girl [Faith Temple] holding a rabbit, photo courtesy of G. Howard Bennett of the American Council on Race Relations, undated
Box 18 157 Louise Beavers [actress] in a Chicago Defender office, undated
Box 18 158 Mabel Hite distributing Beech nut gum to Dewey Jones in the press room of the Chicago Defender, undated
Box 18 159 Major Charles L. Hunt VFW [Veterans of Foreign Wars] Post 2024 Chicago Band, undated Photography by Osie Kelley, Chicago.
Box 18 160 Man and a dog, undated
Box 18 161 Man in military uniform [unknown] and Fred Jefferson [pictured right], undated
Box 18 162 Marco Killings [right] receiving an award, undated. Photography by Woody Zwirn.
Box 18 163 Military band marching through a park, undated
Box 18 164 Mrs. Fred Jefferson and Faith Jefferson standing in front of a house, undated
Box 18 165 Mrs. Fred Jefferson, Fred Jefferson, and Faith Jefferson [left to right] standing on a porch, undated
Box 18 166 Mrs. Fred Jefferson [left] and a woman posing on the steps of a conservatory, undated
Box 18 167 Mrs. Fred Jefferson [left] and a young lady standing in front of a house, undated
Box 18 168 Mrs. Fred Jefferson [right] and a woman at a conservatory, undated
Box 18 169 Mrs. Fred Jefferson sitting on porch steps holding a baby, undated
Box 18 170 Mrs. Fred Jefferson standing in front of a house, undated
Box 18 171 Mrs. Fred Jefferson, undated
Box 18 172 Nurses in a group photograph, undated
Box 18 173 Oak Park school class photograph, Faith Jefferson pictured seated [second from right in the first row], undated
Box 18 174 Parade float, undated
Box 18 175 Parade floats, undated
Box 18 176 Portrait of a boy standing in front of a ship background, undated
Box 18 177 Portrait of a girl outdoors, undated. Photography by Dewey R. Jones, Department of the Interior.
Box 18 178 Portrait of a girl standing by a chair, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 179 Portrait of a little girl [possibly Faith Jefferson], undated. Photography by The Siegel Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 180 Portrait of an unidentified young man, undated [photocopy]
Box 18 181 Portrait of an unknown couple, undated
Box 18 182 Portrait of an unknown man, undated. Photography by Hoote in Atlanta, GA.
Box 18 183 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated
Box 18 184 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated. Photography by Gibson, Sykes, and Fowler Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 185 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated. Photography by Hyde Park Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 186 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated. Photography by Marchand.
Box 18 187 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated. Photography by Wolk Studios in Forest Park, Illinois.
Box 18 188 Portrait of an unknown woman, undated. Photography by Woodard Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 189 Portrait of a woman and boy, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 190 Portrait of a woman posing with flowers, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 191 Portrait of a woman wearing black, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 192 Portrait of a woman wearing white, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 193 Portrait of a young boy outside, undated. Photography by Dewey R. Jones, Department of the Interior.
Box 18 194 Portrait of a young girl sitting in a chair, undated [photo post card]
Box 18 195 Portrait of a young woman, undated. Photography by Daguerre Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 196 Portrait of a young woman, undated. Photography by Wolk Studio in Forest Park, IL.
Box 18 197 Portrait of Catherine [unknown last name], undated. Photography by Woodard Studio, Chicago.
Box 18 198 Portrait of Clifford Brooks, undated
Box 18 199 Portrait of Dewey Jones holding a pipe, undated
Box 18 200 Portrait of Dewey Jones, undated [back stamped “Publicity Director, DePaul University”]
Box 19 201 Portrait of Dewey Jones, undated. Photography by Rew Hoffman, Chicago.
Box 19 202 Portrait of Dewey Jones, Jr. and Mrs. Jefferson [his maternal grandmother], undated. Photography by Dorien Basabe of Basabe and Barray Photographers, Chicago.
Box 19 203 Portrait of E.K. Burleu, undated
Box 19 204 Portrait of Everette E. Robbins in Milwaukee, WI, undated
Box 19 205 Portrait of Faith Jefferson as a young girl, undated
Box 19 206 Portrait of Faith Jefferson, undated. Photography by Gibson Studio, Chicago.
Box 19 207 Portrait of Jean [unknown last name], undated. Photography by Schlink, Chicago.
Box 19 208 Portrait of Mildred Henson, undated
Box 19 209 Portrait of Mollie Dalton, undated. Photography by Schlink, Chicago.
Box 19 210 Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jefferson, undated. Photography by Dorien Basabe of Basabe and Barray Photographers, Chicago.
Box 19 211 Portrait of Mrs. Jefferson, undated. Photography by Dorien Basabe of Basabe and Barray Photographers, Chicago.
Box 19 212 Portrait of Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Richardson, Alice Jones, Louise Tyson, Dorothy Tyson, and Captain Harry Dean, undated. Photography by Woodland Studio, Chicago.
Box 19 213 Portrait of M.W. Young, inscribed to Mrs. Jefferson, undated. Photography by Young, St. Louis.
Box 19 214 Portrait of Myrtle [unknown last name], undated
Box 19 215 Portrait of Ruth [unknown last name] inscribed “To Dewey,” undated. Photography by Felger.
Box 19 216 Portrait of unknown man in military uniform, undated. Photography by Schroeker.
Box 19 217 Portrait sketch of P.B.S. Pinchback, undated
Box 19 218 Portrait of the Elks Lodge Number 954 Band of Greater Chicago, undated
Box 19 219 Portrait of two women, undated [photo post card]
Box 19 220 Portrait of Zelma Watson [opera singer], undated
Box 19 221 Portrait of Zelma Watson [opera singer], undated. Photography by DeHaven, Chicago.
Box 19 222 Robert Sengstacke Abbott [pictured left] and an unidentified man in a living room, undated
Box 19 223 Ruth Jefferson, undated
Box 19 224 Three ladies leaning on a fence, undated
Box 19 225 Three people posing on a parade float, undated
Box 19 226 Three unidentified children playing outside, undated
Box 19 227 Two girls in a First Communion portrait, undated. Photography by Marchand, Chicago.
Box 19 228 Two men in a car, undated. Photography by Schube-Soucek, Chicago.
Box 19 229 Two unidentified men dressed as cowboys, undated [photo post card]. Photography by Arcade Postal Studio, Chicago.
Box 19 230 Two women and a boy swimming, undated
Box 19 231 Two women and a girl standing in front of a house [possibly Faith and Mrs. Jefferson], undated
Box 19 232 Two young women posing by a fence, undated [photo post card]
Box 19 233 Unidentified band [possibly Greater Chicago Elks Lodge Number 954] practicing, undated
Box 19 234 Unidentified couple in a car decorated as the Hayes Book Store parade float, undated. Photography by William Hargrave, Chicago.
Box 19 235 Unidentified couple in a row boat with a dog, undated [possibly Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jefferson]
Box 19 236 Unidentified couple leaning against a building, undated
Box 19 237 Unidentified couple posing on a wagon, undated [photo post card]
Box 19 238 Unidentified couple posing outside, undated
Box 19 239 Unidentified family with a dog, undated
Box 19 240 Unidentified group of hunters posing by a car with two deer [on hood and trunk] in front of Packard dealership, undated
Box 19 241 Unidentified group of people gathered around a piano at a club or bar, undated
Box 19 242 Unidentified man and woman standing at a microphone, undated. Photography by Stitt.
Box 19 243 Unidentified woman sitting in a chair, undated
Box 19 244 Unknown couple standing in front of a house, undated
Box 19 245 VFW [Veterans of Foreign Wars] Major Charles L. Hunt Post Number 2024 Band, Fred Jefferson pictured standing in the second row [fifth from the right], undated. Photography by Osie Kelley of Chicago.
Box 19 246 Woman leading a cow, undated
Box 19 247 Woman posing with a bow and arrow in a portrait studio, undated [photo post card]
Box 19 248 Woman sitting on exterior staircase, undated
Box 19 249 Woman standing in a garden, undated
Box 19 250 Woman standing in front of a shop, undated
Box 19 251 Woman standing in front of the Jefferson home, undated [photo post card]
Box 19 252 Young man in uniform, undated. Photography by The Arnold Studio, Oak Park, IL.
Box 19 253 Young man posing outside, undated
Box 19 254 Young woman standing between apartment buildings, undated
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