Leonard Wash Papers

Dates: 1958-2011
Size: 67 linear feet (85 archival boxes)
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60628
Collection Number: 2000/04
Provenance: Deed of gift from Leonard Wash, May 5, 2000. Subsequent donations were made by Leonard Wash several times each year from 2001 through 2016.
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Leonard Wash Papers [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Jeanie Child, Harsh Archival Processing Project, 2012
Supervised by: Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Harsh Archival Processing Project

Biographical Note

Leonard Wash (1940- ) was a student, activist and teacher, as well as lifelong participant in Chicago’s Black Arts, Black Power and Black Consciousness movements from the 1960s forward. His professional career spanned four decades of teaching social studies and adult education programs at the City Colleges of Chicago. In 1978, he was a founding member of the annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College. Throughout his adult life he recorded and collected the records of these activities, which comprise the Leonard Wash Papers.

Leonard Wash was born in 1940 to Perry Leon Wash and Dorothy Martha Perkins Wash, both Kansas natives. The couple’s children also included Delores Wash (King) (b. 1937 in Topeka, Kan.) and Stanley Gene Wash (b. 1943 in Columbus, Ohio). Leonard’s father, a World War II army veteran, was trained in auto mechanics. His mother worked at Provident Hospital after she moved to Chicago. Both parents served in evangelical church congregations wherever they lived. The parents and grandparents of Leonard’s mother were gospel singers and preachers, and Dorothy Wash studied singing with the Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey.

During the 1940s and 1950s the Washes lived in several Midwestern communities in Kansas, Nebraska and Ohio. In 1953 Leonard Wash moved to Chicago. He remembers 1951-1953 as his “Columbus years,” during which he was introduced to many aspects of black culture in that Ohio city, especially the gospel and jazz music he heard. He was blessed with two godfathers, Russell Pace, Sr., and Leonard Nelson Napper, both involved with local Columbus community arts funding and organization. In Columbus Wash listened to local radio host Eddie Saunders’ gospel program, “Sermons and Song,” along with other broadcasts that introduced him to the black music scene beyond Columbus.

By 1953 the Washes had settled in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood. Their home with Wash’s uncle and aunt was across the street from Woodlawn A.M.E. Church, Bishop Archibald J. Carey’s former pastorate. Wash’s mother and sister, Delores, joined in the church’s activities. Wash went to Dumas Elementary School, graduating in 1954, and then attended Englewood High School from which he graduated in 1958. While at Englewood, Wash took an active part in sports and achieved major success in cross-country and track, a lifelong interest in which he would excel. At Englewood he studied literature with Charles Evans. A decade later, Evans would play a key role in the founding of Olive-Harvey College’s African American Studies Department and also the annual Black Studies Conference. Wash’s Englewood classmates included Roscoe Mitchell and Donald Myrick, experimental jazz musicians and later annual Black Studies Conference participants.

In fall 1958 Leonard Wash matriculated at Wilson Junior College, one of several Chicago City College campuses. Like nearly all U.S. higher education institutions of that time, Wilson had few black faculty members, and the college offered almost no course content on black history and culture. Wash arrived already well aware of the civil rights movement, especially after the murder of Emmett Till. However, he left school in 1961 to join the U.S. Army for a tour of duty in the medical corps.

In 1965 Leonard Wash returned to Wilson College and found “major changes in students’ attitudes”—along with a greatly increased enrollment of African American students and even a few new African American faculty members. He enrolled in a new Negro history class taught by Professor William Gnatz, the first offered by the City Colleges. He and fellow students were inspired through the course work to organize the Negro History Club, sponsored by faculty advisor Nathaniel “Nate” Willis, long a civil rights activist. Besides their intensive study of relevant texts, these students participated in the growing freedom movement throughout the community, including Operation Breadbasket, Nation of Islam, CORE, NAACP, Black Panther Party, SCLC and SNCC. Discarding the name “Negro History Club,” the newly titled Afro-American History Club pressured the Wilson College administration to add more African American instructors, counselors and administrators, ultimately leading to Wilson’s first African American president. The organization reached out beyond the Wilson campus to join student protests at other campuses such as Northwestern University. It also participated in the regional Black Student Alliance Conference and took note of the 1967 Black Power Conference in Newark, N.J.

Wash graduated from Wilson’s two-year program in 1968 and enrolled in Roosevelt University for his bachelor of arts in history. There he joined a group of fellow Wilson graduates to help form the Black Students’ Association. He also was employed at Wilson College to supervise a grant-funded “New Images” summer work-study program. Wilson then installed Wash as a tutor in another new program for at-risk students, the Academic Skills Center. Leonard Wash would continue this type of outreach and teaching of underserved and older students throughout his professional life. During 1968-1969, Wash remained involved with student activists, who took over administrative offices and continued protesting until City Colleges agreed to the creation of Kennedy-King College in summer 1969.

Leonard Wash married Hattie Mae Collins in 1968. Hattie Wash was also involved in the black student movement, the annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College and her own professional career in psychology. They had one daughter, Nzinga. The couple later separated and divorced. Hattie and Leonard Wash were part of the Wilson College cohort of student activists who would move on to found Black Arts and Black Power organizations with national impact, such as the Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC), the American Association of Creative Musicians (AACM) and the Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College. These students included Armstead Allen, Walter Bradford, John Bradley, Alicia Loy Johnson, Roscoe Mitchell, Albert Diggs, Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore) and Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee). Their activism also helped create another Chicago City College, Olive-Harvey, established in 1970 in response to strong student and community protest.

By 1971 Leonard Wash had completed his master of arts in history at Northwestern University. Wash joined the staff at the new Olive-Harvey College and hailed a number of colleagues from his student days who had also accepted teaching positions. Some joined the faculty of the African American Studies Department, established in 1970 by Charles Evans. One colleague, Armstead Allen, encouraged Wash and others to help him promote the African American Studies Association, a serious venue for students seeking scholarly input from the fast-growing field. Allen conceived the idea of the annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey, where the arts, humanities, social sciences and current events would be discussed and debated by scholars, community activists and arts practitioners. The conference was open to students, faculty and the community. Wash worked on the official organizing committee that Allen put together, starting with the first conference in 1978. He also attended each year throughout the conference’s 30-year history, recording most of the sessions on audiotape.

During those 30 years, the annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College nurtured the growth of African American studies programs nationwide by bringing together hundreds of outstanding scholars who often labored in quite isolated situations within all-white academic departments. Community college faculty were accorded equal respect as those at Ivy League institutions. The Black Studies Conference directly involved students as well as teachers and practitioners; and it threw open its doors to the community at large. Leonard Wash not only co-created and attended these events, but he recorded (on tape) many hundreds of hours’ worth of talks, panel discussions and performances in danger of being lost.

Leonard Wash helped shape and document Chicago’s Black Arts Movement. Most important was his support of the Organization of Black American Culture and the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. Wash’s employment during the 1960s by notable African American booksellers A.J. Williams and Curtis Ellis had provided him an opportunity at readings and book signings to meet many authors on an intimate basis, such as Gwendolyn Brooks and Richard Wright. Some of Wash’s friends and fellow students wrote, published or taught literature, music or art. In 1967 Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore), Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee) and Carolyn Rodgers launched OBAC, and the group soon established workshops for literary, theater and visual arts venues. The OBAC Writer’s Workshop, which enjoyed the support of Gwendolyn Brooks, survives today. OBAC alumni include Abdul Alkalimat (Gerald McWhorter), Abena Joan Brown, Oscar Brown, Jr., Jeff Donaldson, Sam Greenlee, Angela Jackson, Calvin Jones, Useni Eugene Perkins, Sterling Plump and Philip Royster. OBAC cross-fertilized the growth of African American theater (Kuumba Workshop/Theatre Company and eta Creative Arts Foundation), dance (Muntu Dance Theatre) and art (DuSable Museum and the Wall of Respect). As an ardent jazz lover, Wash supported the AACM from its first days in 1965. Many were the performers and composers with whom he was familiar: Phil Cohran and Muhal Richard Abrams; Adegoke “Steve” Colson, Ernest Dawkins, Doug Ewart, Malachi Favors, Roscoe Mitchell, Don Moyer, Donald Myrick and Kahil El’Zabar. Throughout this process Wash not only supported but also documented the course of the Black Arts Movement by taping and photographing performances and other events, and by carefully preserving the paper records.

Leonard Wash also understood political organizing and often took a leadership role, not only in African American student organizations at Wilson, Roosevelt and Northwestern, but also through his participation in black faculty organizations. Wash supported a number of organizations that used political action to pursue political goals: the National Black United Front and the Task Force for Political Empowerment, for example. When the Rev. Martin Luther King led protest marchers to City Hall in 1966, Leonard Wash was among them.

In the 1980s Wash also supported other political, media and educational initiatives. He worked on Harold Washington’s Chicago mayoral campaigns in 1983 and 1987. He provided programming for WNUR-FM (Northwestern University) and WYCC-TV (Chicago City Colleges). He was a visiting lecturer at Northeastern Illinois University’s Center for Inner City Studies and on the teaching staff at Governor’s State University. Leonard Wash recently retired from the City Colleges of Chicago, and he has continued to pursue and document his interests in music, theater, literature and art.

Sources

Scope and Content Note

The Leonard Wash papers are a voluminous and varied assemblage of materials collected or recorded by Wash as he witnessed and documented the birth and growth of Chicago’s Black Arts, Black Power and Black Consciousness movements from the early 1960s forward into the 21st century. The items in this collection reflect the racially transformed academic world of Chicago’s City Colleges in the 1970s as well as the literature and music created by the Black Arts Movement through the Organization of Black American Culture and the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. A significant component of this documentation is the 30 years of programs and recordings generated by the annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College (1978-2007).

The collection was accessioned over an 11-year period in more than 50 donations that provided item inventories but no internal arrangement. Box 86 is added at the end of the finding aid and serves as an addendum across a handful of series. The Wash Papers have been arranged into 15 series.

Throughout the collection, the Wash Papers furnish strong documentation of the Black Arts and Black Power movements. Manuscripts, Correspondence, Organizations, Black Studies Conferences, Pamphlets, Serial Publications and Audiovisual Materials series offer perhaps the most significant and rare material. The researcher should examine each topic across all series in the collection. For example, a search for the history of the Organization of Black American Culture may be rewarded not just in the Organizations Series but also in Manuscripts, Correspondence, Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College, Audiovisual Materials, Subject Research Files, Pamphlets, Serial Publications and Clippings, as well as Programs and Photographs. Records of student organizing during the movements’ early years may be found in the City Colleges of Chicago Series as well as in Correspondence, Organizations and Serial Publications.

Leonard Wash amplified and glossed many items in each series with explanatory notes that yield both context and interpretation. Where correspondence and clippings were found with other material during processing, such as organizational flyers or academic announcements, the former are arranged with the latter instead of in the separate Correspondence or Clippings series.

Series 1: Biography and Family History

The Wash Papers taken as a whole furnish little personal information about Leonard Wash and his family. Data on close family members is limited mostly to funeral programs and related clippings. This series does offer a brief curriculum vitae (circa 1983) for Leonard Wash. Also included are items from Leonard Wash’s lifelong participation in the sport of cross-country racing, with further material in Photographs and Memorabilia series. Wash’s own more expansive narrative of his student and early faculty days in the City Colleges of Chicago may be found in the Manuscripts Series.

Series 2: Manuscripts

Sub-series 1: Manuscripts by Leonard Wash

This sub-series houses some of the longest essays and notes handwritten by Wash about various people, places, organizations and events represented in the collection that relate to the Black Arts and Black Power movements. These items are in addition to the other notations by Leonard Wash that are filed with the material with which they were found. Researchers should note the Wash manuscript item titled “Forward,” which contains more Leonard Wash autobiographical information.

Sub-series 2: Manuscripts by Others

The varied works in this sub-series include original poetry and essays as well as academic papers on a number of subjects primarily relating to the Black Arts and Black Power movements. Authors include Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore), Jacob H. Carruthers, Philip Cohran, Alicia Loy Johnson, Floyd W. Hayes III, Maulana (Ron) Karenga, Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee), Useni Eugene Perkins and Carolyn Rodgers.

For further material by or about these writers, the researcher should examine the Correspondence, Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College, Pamphlets, Subject Research Files, Serial Publications and Clippings series. The manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by author, or by title if author is unknown. Please note that some manuscripts are marked “not for publication” by the author.

Series 3: Correspondence

A significant number of the correspondents in this series worked in both the Black Arts and Black Power movements as well as in academia. Members of OBAC and AACM, as well as other academically affiliated scholars include Adegoke “Steve” Colson, Afi Ufura, Alicia Loy Johnson, Patricia Travis, Doris Turner, Armstead Allen, John Bradley, Floyd W. Hayes III, Maulana (Ron) Karenga and James Turner. Topics covered in the correspondence include literature and music; the Third World Press; academic analysis of the Black Arts Movement and its participants; various student organizational activities; political discussions of the Cold War and CIA surveillance; and black nationalism. Further information relating to these correspondents may be found in the following series: Manuscripts, Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College, Pamphlets, Serial Publications, Organizations, City Colleges of Chicago, Audiovisual Materials and Photographs.

This series is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. Items that do not involve Leonard Wash as a correspondent are arranged at the end of the series as (Correspondence -- Others).

Series 4: Organizations

Over 200 organizations listed here represent Black Arts, Black Power and black studies movement groups, ranging from local Chicago neighborhood groups to nationwide organizations. In addition, a small number of organizations relate to Leonard Wash’s family, education and employment. Materials date from the 1960s to the present.

Local organizations affiliated with the Black Arts Movement include the Art Ensemble of Chicago, eta Creative Arts Foundation, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Great Black Music Series, Third World Press and the OBAC Writer’s Workshop. Other organizations that supported community arts endeavors, such as the Coalition to Save the South Shore Country Club, the Jazz Institute of Chicago and the National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses, Inc., are represented.

This series also features materials from a number of political action or Black Power organizations whose work overlapped that of contemporary Black Arts Movement groups. Examples include the All African Peoples Revolutionary Party, Forum for the Evolution of Progressive Arts (FEPA), National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’Cobra), National Black United Front, Task Force for Political Empowerment and the Harold Washington Party. Many educational or scholarly institutions are represented. Examples range from Northeastern Illinois University’s Center for Inner City Studies, to the Postal Street Academies, Shule Ya Watoto and the Lumumba-Jackson Community Learning Center (People’s Community School Program).

Materials in this series are limited mostly to event programs, flyers, announcements, and brochures. However, a few organizational records—in particular, OBAC material from the 1970s—do include working papers, agendas, correspondence, names of members or financial information.

OBAC members who appear in this series include Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore), Randson C. Boykin, Hoyt Fuller, Sam Greenlee, Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee), Sterling Plumpp, Ann Smith and Val Gray Ward. OBAC members also may be found in records of other organizations, particularly those dedicated to the arts, as well as those in higher education, such as Northeastern Illinois University’s Center for Inne City Studies, or student organizations at local colleges and universities. This series also includes many new groups that were formed by OBAC activists, such as the Institute of Positive Education, the Third World Press and the Black Peoples Topographical Research Center. Files of the AACM present a similar web of related organizations, particularly jazz groups led by notable jazz artists such as Phil Cohran, Doug Ewart and Kahil El’Zabar during the years Leonard Wash was an AACM board member.

Organizations for whom Leonard Wash was an employee include St. Leonard’s House, People’s Foundation for Community Development (University Without Walls) and the bookstores of Curtis Ellis and A.J. Williams. The researcher should see also the City Colleges of Chicago Series for records of the bulk of Leonard Wash’s professional teaching career, as well as for material on student and faculty activism.

Researchers should see also the Audiovisual Materials Series for recordings made of specific events held by the organizations in this series, especially jazz performances and conferences/colloquiae.

The Organizations Series is arranged alphabetically by name of organization, with two exceptions. First, those groups with which Leonard Wash was associated in Columbus, Ohio, are arranged at the end of the alphabetical list of organizations, under the Columbus, Ohio descriptor, and then in alphabetical order. Second, because of their bulk, eta Creative Arts Foundation records are housed after all other Organizations Series material.

Series 5: Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College

The Wash Papers offer two separate series of materials from the Black Studies Conferences at Olive Harvey College: Series 5, comprising the program books and related paper materials; and Series 9 (Audiovisual), where audio recordings of the conferences made by Leonard Wash are found.

Olive-Harvey College’s African American Studies Department and the African American Studies Association established the annual Black Studies Conference in 1978. It was held continually at Olive-Harvey for 30 years, through 2007. The annual Black Studies Conference ceased when Olive-Harvey College refused to sponsor it again.

The founder and impetus behind the Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College was Dr. Armstead Allen, head of the African American Studies Department. About 1977 he assembled a committee of faculty and students, including the African American Studies Association, to engineer the logistics, fundraising and publicity. Allen and his colleagues cast a wide net to bring in speakers and panelists from across the nation as well as from many local institutions. The conference was open to the community, which provided some of the presenters.

The Black Studies Conference mission was to provide a setting where educators and learners could through dialogue foster awareness of black culture and history and also nurture new leadership to continue the process. Accordingly, each conference programmed about a dozen sequential speaker/panelist sessions around particular themes. After each panelist had spoken, the session would be thrown open to questions and comments from the floor. Special performances were given by groups active in the Black Arts Movement, which included experimental jazz, African ethnic music and dance, and poetry reading. The list of frequent conference presenters includes Jacob Carruthers, Harold Cruse, Floyd W. Hayes III, Ricky Hill, Maulani Karenga, James Mack, Jabulani Makalani (Clovis E. Semmes), Harold Rogers, Carl Spight, Robert Starks and James Turner.

Materials in this series include the program books for each year’s conference from 1978 to 2007, except 1981 and 2004, and also materials from the Black Studies Brunch and Forum held in 2008. The conference format changed little over 30 years, and programs generally provide the full schedule of events. This includes the scheduled lectures and panel discussions, with names of participants and their representative institutions, employment or organizations; the title of each event, based on a theme; and the banquets and awards ceremonies with names of speakers and participants. Also listed are the various musical, dance and other arts performers that often were scheduled between academic events. Supplemental conference materials are available for most years except 2004 and may include planning, publicity, fundraising and papers submitted by presenters. Researchers may note Margaret Dorsey’s “Legacy of the Olive-Harvey Conference,” in the 1997 supplemental program material.

Newspaper coverage of some annual conferences may be found in the clippings file at the end of the Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College Series. See also Olive-Harvey College and other City Colleges of Chicago newspapers in the Serial Publications Series for conference coverage.

See also the City Colleges of Chicago Series for a list of keynote speakers, found in the Olive-Harvey College African American Studies Association folder. Information relative to some presenters may be found throughout Leonard Wash’s papers, including the following series: Correspondence, Manuscripts, Organizations, City Colleges of Chicago, Subject Research Files and Photographs.

For the most complete record of all but a few annual conferences, the researcher should see also the Audiovisual Materials Series, Black Studies Conferences Sub-series for audiotapes recorded by Leonard Wash at the conference sessions. These recordings usually include at least part of the discussion period held after the panel speeches. Please note that occasional changes in panel speakers that occurred during the conferences might not be noted in the program book, yet could be verified by listening to the relevant audiotape.

The Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College Series is arranged chronologically by conference, 1978-2007, followed by the Black Studies Brunch and Forum held in 2008. Each year provides the conference program book and supplemental material, when available. Following the 2008 material is the conference clippings file.

Series 6: City Colleges of Chicago

Materials in the City Colleges of Chicago Series include a wide range of items generated primarily through Leonard Wash’s activities there, first as student at Wilson Junior College (1960s), and then as instructor at Wilson (1969), followed by some four decades teaching at Kennedy-King and Olive-Harvey colleges (1970 to mid-2000s). The City Colleges of Chicago Series provides primary sources from the pivotal 1960s-1970s period in its history, when for the first time African American students and faculty demanded and were given much more autonomy in determining the content of the education offered there.

Records from Wash’s student days (1965-1969) consist mostly of the working papers for several student organizations in which he was heavily involved, such as strategic plans, membership lists and publicity efforts. These groups included the Afro-American History Club, the Black Cultural Committee, the Black Student Committee, the Committee for a Better Wilson and the Concerned Black Students. The papers document Wash’s role in actions taken, with protests eventually leading to the establishment of the new Kennedy-King and Olive-Harvey colleges in 1970.

Records of Wash’s long teaching career at Wilson, Kennedy-King and Olive-Harvey colleges provide a representative sampling of the various teaching positions he held there. The files contain documents from several adult education programs Wash taught or administered. Files from Kennedy-King College’s Adult Learning Skills Program and its Chicago Urban Skills Institute provide correspondence created during Wash’s advocacy with the City Colleges administration. Olive-Harvey College materials show that Wash served as instructor for a number of adult education and outreach programs including the Developmental Skills Center. Other records relating to Olive-Harvey were generated by the United Black Staff and African American Studies Department, while others show how Wash joined the African American Studies Association at Olive-Harvey and helped to organize, promote and run the annual Black Studies Conferences (1978-2007).

The City Colleges of Chicago Series provides little material about other City College campuses except for Crane Junior College and Malcolm X College. However, Black Faculty in Higher Education files show that Leonard Wash as faculty member participated in actions to achieve academic integrity and faculty autonomy where he taught. Other materials found in this series include college event programs, some of which provide names and positions of current faculty and students. Leonard Wash’s clippings files at the end of the series give context and detail to the City Colleges Series.

Researchers seeking information about the City Colleges of Chicago should see also the Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College Series. A related organization, Chicago Coalition on Black Education, may be found in the Organizations Series. For publications and activities of various City Colleges faculty and students, see also Manuscripts, Correspondence, Serial Publications and Clippings Series. For tape recordings of conferences, lectures, music performances and other events held at various City Colleges, see also the Audiovisual Materials Series. See also the Serial Publications Series for newspapers published by various colleges or students in the City Colleges of Chicago. These publications include the Wilson College Press (1966-1969) and Evening Press (1968-69); the Crane College Clarion (1968); Kennedy-King’s Etu Shaun “Our Opinion” (1970) and Kennedy-King Press (1969-1972); Olive-Harvey’s Hampton-Clark News (1977-1982) and SGA Student (1980s); and Malcolm X College Newsletter (1969-1970).

Series 7: Programs

The Programs Series includes those programs, announcements and invitations to ad hoc events that were not created by a particular organization or institution already represented in the Leonard Wash Papers. Please note that those programs, announcements and invitations created by organizations already represented in the Wash Papers are filed with that organization’s records in its respective series. Also found in the Programs Series are programs for events that were co-sponsored by several entities. A significant number of cultural events programs in this series describe jazz performances and feature Fred Anderson, Steve Cobb, Vandy Harris, Joseph Jarman, Eddie Moore and Edward Wilkerson among others. Other programs from academic conferences focus on the African holocaust, national reparations and similar issues. Special memorial programs honor Oscar Brown, Jr., Hoyt Fuller, the Rev. A.R. Leak, Sr., Margaret Walker and Theodore Ward. Local community festivals and park dedications are also included. Of particular interest are a benefit held for author Sam Greenlee, a protest against the Vietnam War and the Willa Saunders Passion Play, all dating from the 1960s. Researchers should see also the Audiovisual Materials Series for recordings of particular program events. Programs, announcements and invitations in the Programs Series are filed in alphabetical order by title.

Series 8: Funeral Programs

The three dozen funeral programs in this series represent a broad range of persons known to Leonard Wash. Family members, musicians and other artists, and community leaders are included. A number of programs are photocopies. They are arranged alphabetically by last name.

Series 9: Audiovisual Materials

The most extensive series in the Wash Papers, the Audiovisual Materials Series contains 531 recordings. They are arranged in five sub-series:

Sub-series 1: Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College

Sub-series 2: Event recordings (live)

Sub-series 3: Event recordings (broadcasts)

Sub-series 4: Commercially produced recordings

Sub-series 5: Other recordings

Sub-series 1-4 consist of audiocassette tapes, while Sub-series 5 contains other media. Researchers should note that most of the audiocassette tape recordings are between 20 and 40 years old, and therefore in fragile condition with serious sound quality issues. Many audiocassette tapes retain material recorded earlier.

Sub-series 1: Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College

The Black Studies Conferences Sub-series comprises 289 audiocassette tapes recorded at the conferences from 1978 through 2007 by Leonard Wash. The recordings include welcoming remarks, presentations by session panelists, various banquets or award events, and in earlier years, various performances of music, dance and poetry. Most session recordings include questions and statements from the audience.

Listeners should see also the relevant program books in the Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College (Series 5) to verify the original session topics and speakers. Please note that audiocassette tapes are missing for the years 1982, 1984 and 2001. There are a few conferences in which double recording of particular sessions occurred, noted wherever possible. The tapes are labeled variously by Leonard Wash; some give session numbers and others provide partial wording of the sessions or the names of speakers. The note “cont’d” in a description indicates that a session or event on an audiocassette tape either continues from the previous tape or continues on the next tape.

The audiocassette tapes in this sub-series are arranged chronologically, in conference order, and then by session number. Unless an introduction is included in the session that was recorded, none is available; the recordings proceed without any introduction cues by the person who recorded the session. Many audiocassette tape recordings also open in mid-session, again without cues, continuing a session in a previous recording.

Sub-series 2: Event Recordings (live)

This sub-series comprises a variety of performances, conferences, lectures and other events relating to the Black Arts and Black Power movements. These 119 recordings were made by Leonard Wash, mostly in the years 1970-1999.

Audio recordings of mostly jazz music events include the AACM, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble and Jazz Unites, as well as individual artists such as Oscar Brown, Jr., Phil Cohran, Kahil El’Zabar and Vandy Harris. Academic lectures and conferences include the African Heritage Studies Association and the Association for the Study of African American History and Life and the Harold Cruse lectures, as well as a Kwanzaa celebration with Maulana (Ron) Karenga. Individual speakers include Lerone Bennett, Frances Cress-Welsing, John Hope Franklin, Charles V. Hamilton, Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee) and James Turner. Events with political content include the Black Independent Political Party Convention of 1985, a “Dump Daley” Rally in 1989 and the National Black United Front Convention in 1984 along with a NBUF Ensemble concert in 1989. Lectures given by Stokely Carmichael, Lu Palmer and Eugene Pincham also are recorded, as well as a sermon by the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright and Harold Washington’s 1983 talk at Roosevelt University.

On a more personal level are the recordings made by Leonard Wash at the annual University of Chicago Track Club banquet (2004-2011), as well as a recording of Wash family members playing and singing gospel music at home in 1976.

Audiocassette tapes in this sub-series are arranged alphabetically, by first given title or name written on the cassette, allowing for a few back-to-front recordings. Identifying cues made by the recorder are not used, and some recordings open in mid-session without explanation. Events recorded on a single tape may represent different years.

Sub-series 3: Event Recordings (broadcasts)

Although not always so identified, recordings in this sub-series represent taped broadcasts, mostly radio programming. They include jazz and gospel shows, interviews and live events from a variety of radio stations. Included here is the FESTAC festival in Nigeria, with programs of African music, dance and drama. A series of interviews by Afi Ufuru (Joan Richards) during the 1980s at WNUR-FM introduces a number of AACM members and their work, including Phil Cohran, Soji Adbayo, Oscar Brown, Jr., and Adegoke “Steve” Colson. Leonard Wash’s childhood radio gospel idol, Ed Saunders, plays gospel during his long-running “Sermons in Song” from WVKO in Columbus, Ohio (1981-1992).

The 92 audiocassette tapes in the sub-series Event Recordings (broadcasts) are arranged alphabetically, by first given title or name written on the cassette, allowing for a few back-to-front recordings. Events recorded on a single audiotape may represent different years.

Sub-series 4: Commercially Produced Recordings

The 24 mostly rare audiotapes in this subseries were produced by the same company, Carnaby Corporation (aka Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation). They appear to be remastered, and they are not dated. Performers include Al Hirt and Pete Fountain, Little Richard, Jimmie McPartland, the Platters and Frank Yankovic, “Polka King.” The audiocassette tapes are arranged alphabetically by title.

Sub-series 5: Other Recordings

Of special interest is “El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz,” a 33 1/3 rpm recording by Phil Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble made under his Zulu Records Label.

Series 10: Subject Research Files

General informational materials, on subjects such as black history, were collected by Leonard Wash and comprise this series. A number of scholarly articles (photocopies) are included. Items are filed alphabetically under type of material (articles, curriculum items, guides and brochures, political items and reports).

Series 11: Pamphlets

The Pamphlets Series includes over 120 imprints collected by Leonard Wash during his study of and involvement in the Black Arts and Black Power movements. Most of the authors represented in this series worked within those movements and were his colleagues. A number of the pamphlets, booklets, chapbooks and offprints in this series date from the 1960s and 1970s and are relatively rare. A few representative authors are Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore), Imamu Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones), Gladys Croom, Alfred Diggs, Hoyt W. Fuller, Joseph Jarman, Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee), Useni Eugene Perkins, Lucius T. Outlaw, Carolyn Rodgers, Hannibal Barcar Shabazz (Robert C. Butler), Jabulani Makalani (Clovis E. Semmes), Tony Thomas and Francis Ward.

Series 12: Serial Publications

The 275 serial publications included in this series nearly all relate to the Black Arts and Black Power movements, to black studies or to current events that impacted the African American community. Dozens of the titles do not appear in major bibliographies of African American works, and therefore must be considered relatively rare. More than 45 items date from the 1960s, and over 80 more from the 1970s, reflecting and documenting the Black Arts, Black Power and black studies movements. Often just one or two issues of a publication will be found, rather than a full run.

Serials are arranged in alphabetical order by title, in three A-Z sections. Black X-Press and N’Digo holdings are found at the end of the series.

Series 13: Clippings

Many of the clippings that were received with the materials in the Leonard Wash Papers have been placed in this series. More than 50 news publications are represented, from the local neighborhoods in Chicago to New York City. The topics covered reflect those represented in the Leonard Wash Papers. The obituary clippings in addition include Leonard Wash’s friends, relatives and colleagues in Chicago and elsewhere. Most items from publications readily accessible online or available in full via Chicago Public Library have been removed. The Clippings Series is arranged into two sub-series:

Sub-series 1: Clippings, relating to general subjects

Sub-series 2: Obituaries

The general clippings are arranged chronologically. The obituaries are arranged alphabetically by last name of the deceased.

Series 14: Photographs

The more than 150 photographs in this series were almost all taken by Leonard Wash during activities involving his teaching career, his embrace of the Black Arts and Black Power movements, and his lifelong participation in the sport of cross-country running.

The earliest photos date from Wash’s high school and early college years, where he is shown running in track events. Other photos show Wash with Black Arts Movement colleagues Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore) and Alicia Loy Johnson. Also found here is a photograph taken in the late 1960s of the Organization for Black American Culture Young People’s Workshop. Also included are photos of jazz musicians Joseph Jarman and Douglas Ewart, and Maulana (Ron) Karenga at the Institute of Positive Education, and Julia and Nathan Hare, with Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee). A collection of photos taken in Columbus, Ohio, includes “Jazz ’n’ Eggs” with Earl Love and Gene Walker, as well as the Hank Marr Sextet and sculptor Omar Shaheed. A significant number of photographs taken from 2001 to 2006 show the annual Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College. The remaining photographs were taken after 2000 and include various arts venues throughout the city: eta Creative Arts Foundation, Kwanzaa celebrations, DuSable Museum Art Fair and Jazz Fest at the South Shore Cultural Center.

Series 15: Memorabilia

Memorabilia items include the collected medals and plaques won by Leonard Wash during 40 years of amateur cross-country racing, along with medals he won in college and the armed services. The series also includes several posters illustrating AACM and other jazz themes and events. There is a small collection of Harold Washington campaign materials from Leonard’s work in the mayoral elections of 1983 and 1987. Oversize items from the Organizations and Subject Research series are also stored in Memorabilia Series Box 84.

Addendum
A box of 16 additional photographs from the Leonard Wash Papers was received in 2012. They have been added to the end of this collection, after Memorabilia. Researchers should see Box 85, Photographs 160-175. Box 86 also contains added materials that span a handful of series.

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CONTAINER LIST

Series 1: Biography and Family History, 1958-2011

Box 1 Folder 1 Leonard Wash curriculum vitae, circa 1953-2011
Box 1 Folder 2 Leonard Wash cross-country and track (running) materials and certificates, 1964-1995
Box 1 Folder 3 Family – Anderson, Dorothy Martha Perkins (mother), 1993
Box 1 Folder 4 Family – Godfathers (Leonard Napper and Russell Pace, Sr.), 1980-2005
Box 1 Folder 5 Family – Godmother (Vivian Marie Barron), 1989
Box 1 Folder 6 Family – King, Delores (sister), 1996-2010
Box 1 Folder 7 Family – Perkins, “Mother” Myrtle (grandmother), 2008
Box 1 Folder 8 Family – Wash, Martha (sister), circa 1981-1993
Box 1 Folder 9 Family – Wash, Nzinga (daughter), [undated]
Box 1 Folder 10 Family – Wash, Perry Leon (father), 1989-2005
Box 1 Folder 11 Family – Wash, Ralph W. (brother), 1995
Box 1 Folder 12 Family – Wash, Stanley Gene (brother), 2010

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1965-2010

Sub-series 1: Mss. by Leonard Wash

Box 1 Folder 13 Untitled [about Eddie Saunders], 2006
Box 1 Folder 14 “Forward” to Kennedy-KingCollege1969-2007: An Amazing Moment in Political and Cultural Time of Day, by Robert L. Cruthird and Jeanette M. Williams, [undated]
Box 1 Folder 15 “Memories of Emmett Till,” 2006
Box 1 Folder 16 “The Fred Anderson Celebration,” 2010 (See also Funeral Programs)
Box 1 Folder 17 “Washington Park Cross-Country and Charles ‘Deacon’ Jones,” 2006
Box 1 Folder 18 Descriptive text notes for events, persons, organizations, various dates

Sub-series 2: Mss. by Other Authors

Box 1 Folder 19 Amini, Johari (Jewel C. Latimore). “Folk Fable (for My People),” other poems, 1967-1969.
Box 1 Folder 20 Boyd, Herb and Tommy Glover. “The Role of Black Culture in the Struggle for Black Liberation,” 1977
Box 1 Folder 21 Carew, Jan. “Fulcrums of Change,” [undated]
Box 1 Folder 22 Carew, Jan [?] “Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable: Chicago’s First Permanent Resident,” [undated]
Box 1 Folder 23 Carruthers, Jacob H. “Maat: The African Universe,” 1979
Box 1 Folder 24 Carruthers, Jacob H. “Orientation and Problems in the Redemption of Ancient Egypt,” 1972
Box 1 Folder 25 Carruthers, Jacob H. “Tawi: The United Two Lands,” [undated]
Box 1 Folder 26 Clark, Terry. “Black Jazz/Miles I, II, III, IV, V,” 2003
Box 1 Folder 27 Clark, Terry. “Dear One Heart,” 2008
Box 1 Folder 28 Clark, Terry. “Homeboy,” 2010
Box 1 Folder 29 Clark, Terry. “Nothing But the Hand of God (The Preacher’s Wife),” 2000
Box 1 Folder 30 Clark, Terry. “Popped (Observation on a Bus Ride Home),” 2006
Box 1 Folder 31 Clark, Terry. “Summer Redemption,” 2004
Box 1 Folder 32 Clark, Terry. “Summer 2000,” 2009
Box 1 Folder 33 Cohran, Philip T. “The Spiritual Musician,” 1965
Box 2 Folder 1 G’Ra. “Chicago: the Holy Nest (Ode to Mayor Harold Washington),” 1983
Box 2 Folder 2 G’Ra. “The Fantastic Plastic Bag,” 1985
Box 2 Folder 3 Hayes, Floyd W., III. “The Concept of Double Vision in Richard Wright’s The Outsider : Fragmented Blackness in the Age of Nihilism,” circa 1995
Box 2 Folder 4 Hayes, Floyd W., III. “Cultural Confrontation in the New Age of Nihilism: The Resentment of the Dispossessed,” 1996
Box 2 Folder 5 Hayes, Floyd W., III. “Fanon, Oppression and Resentment,” circa 1990s
Box 2 Folder 6 Hayes, Floyd W. III. “Politics of Knowledge: Black Policy Professionals in the Managerial Age,” [2004]
Box 2 Folder 7 Johnson, Alicia Loy. Realities and Spirits (original manuscript), 1969
Box 2 Folder 8 Karenga, Maulana (Ron). [no title] Presentation to University of Dayton, Seminar on Community Organization, 1968
Box 2 Folder 9 Karenga, Maulana (Ron). “Race, Reason and the Sniper Case,” 2002
Box 2 Folder 10 Khaaladan, Brother Aum-A’Dia and family. “New Western Sunrise: A Non-Traditional Approach,” [undated]
Box 2 Folder 11 Kimmons, Willie J. “Black Administrators in Public Community Colleges (Self-Perceived Roles and Status),” 1997 (presented at American Heritage Studies Association)
Box 2 Folder 12 Kulubally, Mansong. “Some Positive People,” 1994-2008
Box 2 Folder 13 Kulubally, Mansong. “The Stories, the Studies and Strides of the Man,” [undated]
Box 2 Folder 14 Landry, Lawrence A. “There Is No Such Thing As a Bad Boy – Unless He Happens to Be Black,” 1996 (working paper/speech) Restricted from publication
Box 2 Folder 15 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). “The Wall,” circa 1967
Box 2 Folder 16 Marshall, Henry Louis. “One Hundred Lines to Johnson C. Smith University,” [undated]
Box 2 Folder 17 McGraw, Lori. “The Black House” [at Northwestern University], circa 1982
Box 2 Folder 18 Perkins, Useni Eugene. “Shift in Cultural Orientation,” 1993
Box 2 Folder 19 Rogers, Caroline. “A Train Called Judah,” [undated]
Box 2 Folder 20 Sargent, Maureen. [Biography of Fredrick Allen Hampton], 1973
Box 2 Folder 21 Smart, Winston I. “Racism in Public Higher Education in Illinois (‘Land of Lincoln’),” circa 1992
Box 2 Folder 22 Stewart, Joffre. “Rap Sessions: Is America Really Post-Racial?” (audience survey form), 2009
Box 2 Folder 23 Wilhite, Hortense E. “Trip to the Moon” and “Take Me Please.” (with photocopied artwork), 1999
Box 2 Folder 24 Williams, Robert L. “The Bitch Test (Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity),” 1972

Series 3: Correspondence, 1965-2010

Box 2 Folder 25 Abatso, George and Yvonne, circa 1970
Box 2 Folder 26 Allen, Armstead, 1985-1987
Box 2 Folder 27 Alson, Nada, 1968
Box 2 Folder 28 Brady, John, 1969
Box 2 Folder 29 Carpenter, Addo (with Maya Brooks interview), 2006
Box 2 Folder 30 Clinton, President William J., 1996, 2000
Box 2 Folder 31 Colson, Adegoke Steve (Coal Sun Productions), 1984
Box 3 Folder 1 Conyers, Hon. John, Jr., 1976-1981
Box 3 Folder 2 Cornell University, 1971-1972
Box 3 Folder 3 Daniel Hale Williams University, 1975
Box 3 Folder 4 Efuru, Afi (Richards, Joan), 1989, 2009
Box 3 Folder 5 Funbanks, Caroline, 1965
Box 3 Folder 6 Hayes, Floyd W., III, 1992-1993, 2001
Box 3 Folder 7 Johnson, Alicia Loy, 1965-1967
Box 3 Folder 8 Johnson, Alicia Loy, 1968
Box 3 Folder 9 Johnson, Alicia Loy, 1969
Box 3 Folder 10 Johnson, Alicia Loy, 1970-1971
Box 3 Folder 11 Johnson, Alicia Loy (photocopies only, of original fragile correspondence in folders 7-10)
Box 3 Folder 12 Johnson, Dr. Paul, 2002
Box 3 Folder 13 Karenga, Maulana (Ron), 2006
Box 3 Folder 14 Lawson, Pauline H. (Janus Antiques), 1984
Box 3 Folder 15 Lewis, John, 2010
Box 3 Folder 16 Makalani, Jabulani (Clovis E. Semmes),] 2006-2007
Box 3 Folder 17 McLendon, Art, 1984
Box 3 Folder 18 [Moore], Odessa, 1967
Box 3 Folder 19 Napper, Leonard N., Sr., 1977-1978, [undated]
Box 3 Folder 20 Nealé 1984, [undated]
Box 3 Folder 21 Obama, Senator Barack, 2007
Box 3 Folder 22 Palmer, Pat, 2008
Box 3 Folder 23 Partee, Honorable Cecil A., 1974
Box 3 Folder 24 Schaden, Chuck, circa 2005
Box 3 Folder 25 Simmons, Adam, 1974
Box 3 Folder 26 Slaughter, Dr. Diana T., 1983
Box 3 Folder 27 Smiley, Nathaniel, 1996-1998
Box 3 Folder 28 Smith, Joseph R., 1974
Box 3 Folder 29 Travis, Patricia, 2000
Box 3 Folder 30 Turner Ford, Doris, 1968-1971
Box 3 Folder 31 Turner, James, 1970-1985
Box 4 Folder 1 University of Illinois at Chicago, 1974
Box 4 Folder 2 [unknown], George, 1967-1968
Box 4 Folder 3 WBEZ-FM Radio, circa 1977
Box 4 Folder 4 Willoughby, Ada, 1971
Box 4 Folder 5 WTTW-TV (Edward Morris), 1967
Box 4 Folder 6 Correspondence (other) Amini, Johari (Jewel C. Latimore) (from Zelda V. Oppenheimer), 1968
Box 4 Folder 7 Correspondence (other) “Kenyatta” from “Samuel,” 1970, [undated]
Box 4 Folder 8 Correspondence (other) King, Delores (from Senator Christopher J. Dodd), 2007
Box 4 Folder 9 Correspondence (other) Pincham, Honorable R. Eugene (to Professor Claude Mathis), 1982
Box 4 Folder 10 Correspondence (other) Terrell, Ernie (from Mayor Harold Washington), 1986
Box 4 Folder 11 Correspondence (other) Wash, Hattie (to Lu Palmer), 1971

Series 4: Organizations, 1966-2010

Box 4 Folder 12 Abbott Historical Society Gallery and Archives, 2001
Box 4 Folder 13 Academic Association Academy, [undated]
Box 4 Folder 14 Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Inc., 2003
Box 4 Folder 15 Affro-Arts Theater, 1969
Box 4 Folder 16 Africa International House – African Festival, 2005-2009
Box 4 Folder 17 African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, 1993, 2002
Box 4 Folder 18 African American Heritage Study Program, 1984
Box 4 Folder 19 African-American Committee to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal & Aaron Patterson, 2000
Box 4 Folder 20 African-American Griot Society, 1990-1992
Box 4 Folder 21 African Association for Black Studies, 1975
Box 4 Folder 22 African Community of Chicago, 1981
Box 4 Folder 23 African Heritage Studies Association, 1973-1994
Box 4 Folder 24 Afrikan Information Center “Numba Ya Wote,” circa 1972
Box 4 Folder 25 Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago, Inc., 1994
Box 4 Folder 26 Afro-American Patrolmen’s League, 1976
Box 4 Folder 27 Afro-American Student Association of Chicago, late 1960s
Box 4 Folder 27a AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO), 1990, 2009-2011 See Oversize Box 84
Box 4 Folder 28 All-African Peoples’ Revolutionary Party, 1977, 1999, [undated]
Box 4 Folder 29 Allen Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 2003
Box 4 Folder 30 American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC), [undated]
Box 4 Folder 31 American Forum for International Study, 1980
Box 4 Folder 32 Amistad Research Center (Tulane University), 2005
Box 4 Folder 33 Apostolic Church of God, circa 2011
Box 4 Folder 34 Archdiocese of Chicago “From Boyhood to Manhood” Conference, 1992
Box 4 Folder 35 Art Ensemble of Chicago, 1975, circa 1982
Box 4 Folder 36 Arts Midwest, 1986-1996
Box 4 Folder 37 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Article, “The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians,” by Muhal Richard Abrams and John Shenoy Jackson ( Black World . November 1973)
Box 4 Folder 38 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Board of Directors materials, 1986-1987
Box 4 Folder 39 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Membership correspondence, 1980-1990
Box 5 Folder 1 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials,1967-1977
Box 5 Folder 2 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, 1978-1979
Box 5 Folder 3 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, 1980-1982
Box 5 Folder 4 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, 1983-1989
Box 5 Folder 5 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, 1990-1999
Box 5 Folder 6 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, 2000-2010
Box 5 Folder 7 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity materials, [undated]
Box 5 Folder 8 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) – Publicity (articles, book reviews), 2005-2008
Box 5 Folder 9 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Inc. (ASALH) – national and Chicago materials, 1973-2009
Box 5 Folder 10 Association of African Historians, 1984
Box 5 Folder 11 Association for Black Culture Centers, circa 2000
Box 5 Folder 12 Babatunde, [undated]
Box 5 Folder 13 Beacon of Joy S.D.A. Church, 1985
Box 6 Folder 1 Black Action Movement (BAM), 1968
Box 6 Folder 2 Black Body, 1972-1974
Box 6 Folder 3 Black Communiversity (at Northeastern Illinois University Center for Inner City Studies), 1969
Box 6 Folder 4 Black Ensemble Theater, 1995, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 5 Black FolkUs, 1968-1981
Box 6 Folder 6 Black Independent Political Organization (BIPO), 1989
Box 6 Folder 7 Black Music Workshop, 1976
Box 6 Folder 8 Black Network in Children’s Emotional Health (BNICEH), 1993
Box 6 Folder 9 Black Peoples Topographical Research Center, 1966-1981, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 10 Black Star Project (Chicago), 2009-2010
Box 6 Folder 11 Black Theatre Alliance of Chicago, 1982-1986
Box 6 Folder 12 Black United Front of Chicago (BUF/CHI), 1981-1987
Box 6 Folder 13 Black Women’s Committee (for the Protection and Care of Our Children), 1968-1972
Box 6 Folder 14 Black X-Press, 1973
Box 6 Folder 15 Bobby E. Wright Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, 1983
Box 6 Folder 16 Campaign for a New Tomorrow, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 17 Cathedral of Love Missionary Baptist Church, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 18 Center for Constitutional Rights, [1995]
Box 6 Folder 19 Centers for New Horizons, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 20 Chicago Black United Communities, 1983-1991
Box 6 Folder 21 Chicago Coalition on Black Education, 1974
Box 6 Folder 22 Chicago Historical Society, 1983
Box 6 Folder 23 Chicago Humanities Festival (Black Arts Movement), 1960s-1970s
Box 6 Folder 24 Chicago Public Library, 1978-2009
Box 6 Folder 25 Chicago State University, 1968-2006
Box 6 Folder 26 Chicago Symphony Orchestra – ComEd Classical Tapestry Series, 2010-2011
Box 6 Folder 27 Chicago Theatre Company, 2000
Box 6 Folder 28 Church of God in Christ (Memphis, TN), 1976, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 29 City of Chicago – Music and Arts Program, 1980-2010
Box 6 Folder 30 Coalition to Save the South Shore Country Club, 1981-1982
Box 6 Folder 31 Community Adult School of Education, Inc., 1979, [undated]
Box 6 Folder 32 Community Youth Achievers (Chicago), circa 1977
Box 6 Folder 33 Confederation of Afrikan Organizations, circa 1975
Box 7 Folder 1 Congo Square Artistic Ensemble, circa 1981
Box 7 Folder 2 Congress of African Peoples (Midwest Region), 1970
Box 7 Folder 3 Cook County (Illinois) Physicians’ Association, circa 1971
Box 7 Folder 4 Cornell University – Black Studies Program, circa 1970
Box 7 Folder 5 Council of Black Independent Institutions, 1974-1995
Box 7 Folder 6 Daniel Hale Williams University (Chicago), 1975-1977
Box 7 Folder 7 DePaul University – Black Metropolis Project, circa 2000
Box 7 Folder 8 Divine Institute of Understanding, 1986
Box 7 Folder 9 DuSable Museum of African American History (orig. Ebony Museum of African American History), 1961-2009
Box 7 Folder 10 Education for Liberation Network, 2007
Box 7 Folder 11 Edward Wilmot Blyden Center for Creative Development, [undated]
Box 7 Folder 12 El-Rukn – Circle Seven, Moorish Science Mosque of America, 1983
Box 7 Folder 13 Ellis’ Book Store, 1961-1970
Box 7 Folder 14 Englewood High School – 1958 graduation, 2006 50th reunion
Box 7 Folder 15 Esoteric Arte Ensemble, 1984
Box 7 Folder 16 Esoteric Saxophone Ensemble, 1984
Box 7 Folder 17 Ethnic Heritage Ensemble 1978-1984, [undated]
Box 7 Folder 18 Faith United Methodist Church, 1996-2003
Box 8 Folder 1 Federal City College (District of Columbia), 1968-1969
Box 8 Folder 2 Festival of the Arts (FOTA), 1975
Box 8 Folder 3 FirstWorld, 1977-1981
Box 8 Folder 4 Forum for the Evolution of Progressive Arts (FEPA), 1980-1988
Box 8 Folder 5 Gene Siskel Film Center, 2000, 2005
Box 8 Folder 6 George Williams College, circa 1975
Box 8 Folder 7 Goodman Theatre, 1983, 2008
Box 8 Folder 8 Great Black Music Series (Chicago Front), 1977
Box 8 Folder 9 Harold Washington Cultural Center, 2007-2010
Box 8 Folder 10 Harold Washington Party, 1990s
Box 8 Folder 11 Howard University, 1968
Box 8 Folder 12 Hunger Project, 1987
Box 8 Folder 13 Hurston/Wright Foundation – Writers’ Week Workshop, 2007
Box 8 Folder 14 Hyde Park High School – Reunion, 1987
Box 8 Folder 15 Hyde Park Jazz Festival, 2008, 2010
Box 8 Folder 16 Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life & Culture, Inc., 1987
Box 8 Folder 17 Institute of Positive Education, 1978- circa 1985
Box 8 Folder 18 Institute of the Black World, 1970s
Box 8 Folder 18a International Black Workers Congress See Oversize Box 84
Box 8 Folder 19 International Black Writers Conference, Inc., 1980
Box 8 Folder 20 Israel of God Bible Study Class, 2009
Box 8 Folder 21 Jazz Institute of Chicago, 1979-2009
Box 8 Folder 22 Jazz Unites – Jazz Fest, 1983-1995
Box 8 Folder 23 Jazz Unites – Jazz Fest, 1997-2005
Box 9 Folder 1 Kemetic Institute, 1989, 2004, [undated]
Box 9 Folder 2 Kuumba Workshop/Theatre Company, 1973-1982, [undated]
Box 9 Folder 3 League to Improve the Community, 1977
Box 9 Folder 4 Lilydale Historical Society, 2004
Box 9 Folder 5 Little Black Pearl, [undated]
Box 9 Folder 6 Lu Palmer Foundation, 1974
Box 9 Folder 7 M.A.D.D. Rhythms Tap Dance Collective, 2009
Box 9 Folder 8 Malcolm X Black Hand Society of the World, Inc., [undated]
Box 9 Folder 9 Malcolm X Conference (Borough of Manhattan Community College), 1990
Box 9 Folder 10 Meharry Medical College, 2003
Box 9 Folder 11 Midwest Afrikan American Theatre Alliance, 1991
Box 9 Folder 12 Midwest Regional Coalition – Black Unity Conference, 1972-1973
Box 9 Folder 13 Million Man March, 1995
Box 9 Folder 14 Moorish Science Temple of America, 1984
Box 9 Folder 15 Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago, 2002
Box 9 Folder 16 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), circa 2009
Box 9 Folder 17 National Association of Kawaida Organizations (NAKO), [undated]
Box 9 Folder 18 National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP), 1981
Box 9 Folder 19 National Black United Front (NBUF), 1972-1994
Box 9 Folder 20 National Black United Front (NBUF), 1995-2001
Box 9 Folder 21 National Black United Fund, Inc., 1995
Box 9 Folder 22 National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’Cobra), 2001-2006
Box 9 Folder 23 National Conference of Black Lawyers, 1979
Box 9 Folder 24 National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses, Inc., 1983-2008
Box 9 Folder 25 National Council for Black Studies, 1982
Box 9 Folder 26 National Forum for Black Unity, 1980
Box 9 Folder 27 National Urban Coalition (NUC) – Political Reform Commission, circa 1994
Box 9 Folder 28 Negro Ensemble Company, circa 1974
Box 9 Folder 29 New Concept Development Center, 1991
Box 9 Folder 30 New Images, [undated]
Box 10 Folder 1 North Carolina Central University – Institute of Jazz Studies, 1975
Box 10 Folder 2 Northeastern Illinois University (with Center for Inner City Studies), 1979-2002
Box 10 Folder 3 Northwestern University, 1970-1999
Box 10 Folder 4 Northwestern University, 2000-2009
Box 10 Folder 5 Ohio State University – African American Studies, Hale Black Cultural Center, circa 1990-2002
Box 10 Folder 6 Operation PUSH /Breadbasket, 1970-2007
Box 10 Folder 7 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) General file, 1972-2005, [undated]
Box 10 Folder 8 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee) file, 1971, [undated]
Box 10 Folder 9 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Ebon Dooley file, 1969-1971
Box 10 Folder 10 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Pat Washington file, 1975
Box 10 Folder 11 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Sam Greenlee file, 1970-1971
Box 10 Folder 12 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Sterling Plumpp file, 1971-1984
Box 10 Folder 13 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) Young People’s Workshop, 1968-1971
Box 10 Folder 14 Organization of Relevant Development, 1979
Box 10 Folder 15 OSUN Center for the Arts, circa 1968-1980
Box 10 Folder 16 People’s College (Chicago), 1970s
Box 10 Folder 17 People’s Community School Program – Lumumba-Jackson Community Learning Center, 1978-1979
Box 10 Folder 18 People’s Foundation for Community Development (University Without Walls), 1974
Box 11 Folder 1 Pilgrim Baptist Church – Annual Musical Tributes to Thomas A. Dorsey, 2001-2002
Box 11 Folder 2 Postal Street Academy, 1970-1972
Box 11 Folder 3 Poverty and Race Research Action Council, 2007
Box 11 Folder 4 Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church, 1997
Box 11 Folder 5 Real Art Work Fine Art Alliance (R.A.W), [undated]
Box 11 Folder 6 Representative Government of the Immigrants (R.G.O. I.), 1971
Box 11 Folder 7 Republic of New Africa, 1960s
Box 11 Folder 8 Richardson Memorial Spiritual Church, Inc., 2002
Box 11 Folder 9 Roosevelt University, 1966-circa 2008
Box 11 Folder 10 St. Charles Lwanga Church, 1986
Box 11 Folder 11 St. John Missionary Baptist Church, 211 E. 115th Street, Chicago, 2009
Box 11 Folder 12 St. Leonard’s House (Episcopal Diocese of Chicago), 1983 February-April
Box 11 Folder 13 St. Leonard’s House (Episcopal Diocese of Chicago), 1983 May
Box 11 Folder 14 St. Leonard’s House (Episcopal Diocese of Chicago), 1983 June
Box 11 Folder 15 St. Leonard’s House (Episcopal Diocese of Chicago), 1983 July-September
Box 11 Folder 16 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York Public Library), 2001-2003
Box 11 Folder 17 School Tech Services, 1991-1997
Box 11 Folder 18 Shule Ya Watoto “School for Children,” 1978-1998
Box 12 Folder 1 Society for the Preservation and Promotion of African American Culture (The Organization, US), 1995
Box 12 Folder 2 Soul Slate, 2006
Box 12 Folder 3 South Side Community Art Center, circa 1970-1983
Box 12 Folder 4 South Side Community Credit Union, 2001
Box 12 Folder 5 Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), circa 1971
Box 12 Folder 6 State of the Race Conference, 1994
Box 12 Folder 7 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1967-1968
Box 12 Folder 8 Sutherland Community Arts Initiative, 1995, 2003
Box 12 Folder 9 Task Force for Political Empowerment, circa 1985-1994
Box 12 Folder 10 Third World Press, 1975-2009
Box 12 Folder 11 TransAfrica, circa 1977-2003
Box 12 Folder 12 Trinity United Church of Christ, 2002
Box 12 Folder 13 Tuskegee Airmen (Chicago and National), 1994, 2010
Box 12 Folder 14 Umoja Party (Washington, D.C.), [undated]
Box 12 Folder 15 Union of Black Artists, [undated]
Box 12 Folder 16 United American Progress Association (UAPA), 2006
Box 12 Folder 17 United Black Students Coalition, 1981
Box 12 Folder 18 United Church of Christ – Board for Homeland Ministries, [undated]
Box 12 Folder 19 United Congress of Community & Religious Organizations, 2010
Box 12 Folder 20 United Negro College Fund, [undated]
Box 12 Folder 21 Universal Meditation Center, 1970
Box 12 Folder 22 University of Chicago – Organization of Black Students, 1982
Box 12 Folder 23 [University of Chicago] Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 1967
Box 12 Folder 24 University of Chicago Track Club, 1990s-2011, [undated]
Box 12 Folder 25 University of Chicago, 1980-2004
Box 13 Folder 1 University of Illinois at Chicago, 1970s-2005
Box 13 Folder 2 Urban Studies Chicago (Associated Colleges of the Midwest), 1983
Box 13 Folder 3 Vivian G. Harsh Society, 2000-2007, [undated]
Box 13 Folder 4 WBEZ Radio – Windy City Jazz, 1982-1984
Box 13 Folder 5 Western Illinois University – African American Studies, 2005
Box 13 Folder 6 Wilberforce University, 1973-1975
Box 13 Folder 7 A.J. Williams Bookstore, 1969-1975, 2002
Box 13 Folder 8 Woodlawn Development Associates, 2002
Box 13 Folder 9 Woodlawn Organization, The, 1972
Box 13 Folder 10 YMCA (Chicago), 1970s-2000s
Box 13 Folder 11 YMCA (Evanston), 2008

Sub-series 1: Columbus, Ohio, Organizations

Box 13 Folder 12 African Village, 1996
Box 13 Folder 13 Africentric Personal Development Shop, Inc., 1998
Box 13 Folder 14 Art for Community Expression, Inc., 1998
Box 13 Folder 15 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH), 1976
Box 13 Folder 16 Columbus Urban League, 1998
Box 13 Folder 17 Inaugural Conference on the Pedagogy of Malcolm X, 2000
Box 13 Folder 18 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Exhibits, 1990-2000
Box 13 Folder 19 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Institute for the Arts, [undated]
Box 13 Folder 20 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Music programs, 1994-2002, [undated]
Box 13 Folder 21 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Program, “Celebrating a Decade of Achievement,” 1997
Box 13 Folder 22 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Programs, misc., 1987-2002, [undated]
Box 13 Folder 23 Martin Luther King Arts Complex – Season brochures and flyers, 1994-2008
Box 13 Folder 24 Martin Luther King Library Branch (Columbus Metropolitan Library), [1979]
Box 13 Folder 25 National Conference on African American Males and Gang Violence, 1994
Box 13 Folder 26 Dunbar Afro-American Cultural Arts Center, Inc., [1970s]
Box 13 Folder 27 Simba, [undated]
Box 13 Folder 28 Student Theatre Arts Repertory (S.T.A.R.) Program, 1996-1997
Box 13 Folder 29 Urban Cultural Arts Foundation, 1996, 2009, [undated]

Sub-series 2: eta Creative Arts Foundation

Box 14 Folder 1 eta Annual reports, 1999-2002
Box 14 Folder 2 eta Art exhibition and postcards, 2004-2009
Box 14 Folder 3 eta Class and program schedules, 1990-2011
Box 14 Folder 4 eta Exhibit reception invitations (with ad cards), 1993-2004
Box 14 Folder 5 eta Gala programs, 1988-2011
Box 14 Folder 6 eta Membership correspondence, 1989-2011, [undated]
Box 14 Folder 7 eta Programs (various), 1983-circa 2000
Box 14 Folder 8 eta Theater production advertising handbills and cards, 1990-2009
Box 14 Folder 9 eta Theater programs, 1989
Box 14 Folder 10 eta Theater programs, 1990
Box 15 Folder 1 eta Theater programs, 1991
Box 15 Folder 2 eta Theater programs, 1992
Box 15 Folder 3 eta Theater programs, 1993
Box 15 Folder 4 eta Theater programs, 1994
Box 15 Folder 5 eta Theater programs, 1995
Box 15 Folder 6 eta Theater programs, 1996
Box 15 Folder 7 eta Theater programs, 1997
Box 15 Folder 8 eta Theater programs, 1998
Box 15 Folder 9 eta Theater programs, 1999
Box 16 Folder 1 eta Theater programs, 2000
Box 16 Folder 2 eta Theater programs, 2001
Box 16 Folder 3 eta Theater programs, 2002
Box 16 Folder 4 eta Theater programs, 2003
Box 16 Folder 5 eta Theater programs, 2004
Box 16 Folder 6 eta Theater programs, 2005
Box 16 Folder 7 eta Theater programs, 2006
Box 16 Folder 8 eta Theater programs, 2008
Box 16 Folder 9 eta Theater programs, 2009
Box 16 Folder 10 eta Theater programs, circa 2010
Box 16 Folder 11 eta Theater schedules, 1989-2011
Box 17 Folder 1 eta Calendars, 1990-1996
Box 17 Folder 2 eta Calendars, 2000-2009

Series 5: Black Studies Conferences at Olive-Harvey College, 1977-2008

Box 18 Folder 1 1st Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1978
Box 18 Folder 2 1st Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation, material 1978
Box 18 Folder 3 2nd Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1979
Box 18 Folder 4 2nd Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation material, 1979
Box 18 Folder 5 3rd Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1980
Box 18 Folder 6 3rd Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning material, 1980
Box 18 Folder 7 4th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation material, speaker, 1981
Box 18 Folder 8 5th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1982
Box 18 Folder 9 6th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1983
Box 18 Folder 10 6th Annual Black Studies Conference – Publicity and fundraising material, 1983
Box 18 Folder 11 7th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1984
Box 18 Folder 12 7th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and publicity material, 1984
Box 18 Folder 13 8th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1985
Box 18 Folder 14 9th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1986
Box 18 Folder 15 9th Annual Black Studies Conference – Publicity and fundraising material, 1986
Box 18 Folder 16 10th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1987
Box 18 Folder 17 10th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 1987
Box 18 Folder 18 11th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1988
Box 18 Folder 19 11th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation materials, 1988
Box 18 Folder 20 12th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1989
Box 18 Folder 21 13th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1990
Box 18 Folder 22 14th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1991
Box 18 Folder 23 14th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 1991
Box 18 Folder 24 15th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1992
Box 18 Folder 25 15th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation material, 1992
Box 19 Folder 1 16th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1993
Box 19 Folder 2 16th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation material, 1993
Box 19 Folder 3 17th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1994
Box 19 Folder 4 17th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation material, 1994
Box 19 Folder 5 18th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1995
Box 19 Folder 6 18th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 1995
Box 19 Folder 7 19th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1996
Box 19 Folder 8 19th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and presentation material, 1996
Box 19 Folder 9 20th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1997
Box 19 Folder 10 20th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 1997
Box 19 Folder 11 21st Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1998
Box 19 Folder 12 21st Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and planning material, 1998
Box 20 Folder 1 22nd Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 1999
Box 20 Folder 2 22nd Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation material, 1999
Box 20 Folder 3 23rd Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2000
Box 20 Folder 4 23rd Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and publicity materials, 2000
Box 20 Folder 5 24th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2001
Box 20 Folder 6 24th Annual Black Studies Conference – Publicity materials, 2001
Box 20 Folder 7 25th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2002
Box 20 Folder 8 25th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicitiy materials, 2002
Box 20 Folder 9 26th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2003
Box 20 Folder 10 26th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 2003
Box 20 Folder 11 27th Annual Black Studies Conference – Planning and publicity material, 2004
Box 20 Folder 12 28th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2005
Box 20 Folder 13 28th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 2005
Box 20 Folder 14 29th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2006
Box 20 Folder 15 29th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 2006
Box 20 Folder 16 30th Annual Black Studies Conference – Program, 2007
Box 20 Folder 17 30th Annual Black Studies Conference – Presentation and publicity material, 2007
Box 20 Folder 18 Black Studies Conference Brunch and Forum – Publicity material, 2008
Box 20 Folder 19 Black Studies Conference – Clippings, 1977-2004

Series 6: City Colleges of Chicago, 1965-2011

Box 21 Folder 1 Black Faculty on Higher Education (var. Black Faculty in Higher Education) City Colleges of Chicago, 1977-1978
Box 21 Folder 2 Chancellor’s Office, 1991-2003
Box 21 Folder 3 Crane [Technical] Junior College – [Student manifesto, undated]
Box 21 Folder 4 Kennedy-King College – Adult Learning Skills Program, including Wash memos and correspondence, 1990s
Box 21 Folder 5 Kennedy-King College – Adult Education Department, 2000s
Box 21 Folder 6 Kennedy-King College – Chicago Urban Skills Institute, with L. Wash correspondence to chancellor, 1979
Box 21 Folder 7 Kennedy-King College – Course catalog and schedules, 1970-1990
Box 21 Folder 8 Kennedy-King College – Dawson Technical Institute and Washburn Trade School, 1997
Box 21 Folder 9 Kennedy-King College – Event programs and schedules, 1980s
Box 21 Folder 10 Kennedy-King College – Event programs and schedules, 1990s
Box 21 Folder 11 Kennedy-King College – Event programs, schedules, brochures, 2000s
Box 21 Folder 12 Kennedy-King College – Mini-campus, 1970-1971
Box 21 Folder 13 Kennedy-King College – Office of Special Services, 1971
Box 21 Folder 14 Kennedy-King College – Oral History Interview Guide by Robert Cruthird, 2008
Box 21 Folder 15 Kennedy-King College – Program, first student convocation, 1972
Box 21 Folder 16 Kennedy-King College – Student handbook, 1974-1975
Box 21 Folder 17 Kennedy-King College – Woodlawn Prep School (with correspondence), 1974-1975
Box 22 Folder 1 Malcolm X College – Event programs, schedules, brochures, 1971-2000
Box 22 Folder 2 Olive-Harvey College – Advanced Institutional Development Program (AIDP), 1980
Box 22 Folder 3 Olive-Harvey College – African-American Studies Association, 1977-2006
Box 22 Folder 4 Olive-Harvey College – African-American Studies Association Subliminal Message newsletter, 2001-2006
Box 22 Folder 5 Olive-Harvey College – Brochure fragment with logo, 2000s
Box 22 Folder 6 Olive-Harvey College – Campus directory, 1980
Box 22 Folder 7 Olive-Harvey College – Department of African American Studies, 1970-2010
Box 22 Folder 8 Olive-Harvey College – Developmental Skills Center, 1970s
Box 22 Folder 9 Olive-Harvey College – Student Development (Robert S. Hoover retirement), 1979
Box 22 Folder 10 Olive-Harvey College – Student Government Association, 1970s-1980s
Box 22 Folder 11 Olive-Harvey College – United Black Staff, 1978
Box 22 Folder 12 Wilson City College – Black Student Movement groups, 1967
Box 22 Folder 13 Wilson City College – Black Student Movement groups, 1968
Box 22 Folder 14 Wilson City College – Black Student Movement groups, 1969, [undated]
Box 22 Folder 15 Wilson City College – Firman House benefit (with performance by Phil Cohran), 1965
Box 22 Folder 16 WYCC-TV, 2004
Box 22 Folder 17 City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) clippings, 1960s
Box 22 Folder 18 CCC clippings, 1970-1979
Box 22 Folder 19 CCC clippings, 1980-1989
Box 22 Folder 20 CCC clippings, 1990-1999
Box 22 Folder 21 CCC clippings, 2000-2011

Series 7: Programs, 1968-2011

Box 23 Folder 1 Abbott Park Senior Satellite Center – Mother’s Day Banquet, 2005
Box 23 Folder 2 The African Holocaust: Revisited and Reconsidered (Conference), 1995
Box 23 Folder 3 Alyo – Memorial Service, 1983
Box 23 Folder 4 Ari Brown in Concert, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 5 Benjamin E. Mays Academy Graduation, [2002]
Box 23 Folder 6 Betty Frank Lomax, “The Afro-American Woman in White America” address at Wabash Avenue YMCA,1967
Box 23 Folder 7 Black Creativity (Museum of Science and Industry), 1985
Box 23 Folder 8 Black Esthetics (Museum of Science and Industry), 1975-1981, undated
Box 23 Folder 9 Black Future Month Jazz Festival (First Annual), 2003
Box 23 Folder 10 Black Independent Cinema USA, 1981
Box 23 Folder 11 Blacklight Festival of International Black Cinema (10th annual), 1991
Box 23 Folder 12 Bo Fest ’96 – Celebration of the Lifeworks of Oscar Brown III, 1996
Box 23 Folder 13 “Cab Calloway’s Cotton Club Revisited” at Auditorium Theater, 1985
Box 23 Folder 14 CAPS Beat 314 Coalition Back to school Fest, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 15 Chicago A.M.E. Church Conference Choir Songfest, 1980
Box 23 Folder 16 The Color Purple Forum and Debate at Progressive Community Church, 1986
Box 23 Folder 17 “Come Home to Woodlawn” Neighborhood Festival (fifth annual), [undated]
Box 23 Folder 18 Committee Honoring Our Heroes (Josef Ben-Jochannan), [1970s]
Box 23 Folder 19 Community Reception for Nelson Mandela, 1993
Box 23 Folder 20 Dr. Jam’s First Year Anniversary – Community Arts and Crafts [Festival], 1992
Box 23 Folder 21 “Double-Up” with Roscoe Mitchell and Horace Tapscott (Oakland, CA), [undated]
Box 23 Folder 22 Dusty Record Convention (St. Elizabeth Church), [undated]
Box 23 Folder 23 Eddie Moore Fourth Annual Festival (Berkeley, CA), 1993
Box 23 Folder 24 Edward L. Wilkerson, et al., at Parkway Community Center, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 25 “1811 Slave Revolt” [Louisiana] Commemoration, 1995
Box 23 Folder 26 Eighth Annual Infusion Conference – Indianapolis Public Schools, 1995
Box 23 Folder 27 “Faces of Art” to benefit NAACP (Chicago South Side Branch), 1983
Box 23 Folder 28 Fred Anderson at Velvet Lounge, 1985
Box 23 Folder 29 “Harlem Suite” at Regal Theater, circa 1986
Box 23 Folder 30 Heritage Station Garden and Mural (Junction Grove) – Dedication, 2010
Box 23 Folder 31 “Heroes of Fire” – African American TV and Filmmakers (AATF) documentary fundraiser, 2001
Box 23 Folder 32 HotHouse (Chicago), 2005, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 33 Hoyt Fuller – In Commemoration… Celebration, 1981
Box 23 Folder 34 “It’s Wake Up Time” Bilal Family Productions, 1996
Box 23 Folder 35 Jazz at the Royal, 2010
Box 23 Folder 36 Jazz in the Courtyard (Hyde Park Shopping Center), 2012, undated
Box 23 Folder 37 Jazz in the Alley, 1983, 2001-2008
Box 23 Folder 38 Jazz Series, The – Original artwork by André Guichard, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 39 Joe Segal’s Jazz Showcase – at the Blackstone Hotel, 1983
Box 23 Folder 40 “A Kaleidoscope of Black Music” tribute to Dr. Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. – Vivian G. Harsh Society and Columbia College Center for Black Music Research, 2006
Box 23 Folder 41 Kangaroo Club – Outrageous Music Festival, other venues, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 42 Kansas City Jazz [bus tour] programs – “Big Joe” Turner and Euday Louis Bowman, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 43 Karamu Ya Imani (Kwanzaa) at Charles Hayes Community Center, 1983-1986
Box 23 Folder 44 Leak, Rev. A.R., Sr. – Citywide Testimonial Dinner, 1978
Box 23 Folder 45 Margaret Walker Alexander Memorial Tribute, 1998
Box 23 Folder 46 Mattie Viola Harper – Centennial Celebration, 2003
Box 23 Folder 47 Moonglow and Other Stuff (X-Bag) at Parkway Community Center, 1979
Box 23 Folder 48 National Reparations Convention (Chicago), 2001
Box 23 Folder 49 “No Place to Be Somebody” at the Studebaker Theater, 1971
Box 23 Folder 50 Norfleet Brothers 45th Annual Musical, Hartzell United Methodist Church, 1991
Box 23 Folder 51 Nguzo Saba Conference and Celebration (Los Angeles), 2005
Box 23 Folder 52 Oliver Lake and Joseph Jarman at the Birdhouse, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 53 Oscar Worrill and Friends presents “Smorgasbord and Jazz” at Geri’s Palm Tavern, 1981
Box 23 Folder 54 Parade and Rally Against the War in Viet Nam, 1965
Box 23 Folder 55 The Public Houses of Kwanzaa (San Francisco Bay Area), [undated]
Box 23 Folder 56 “Racism and Black Mental Health” workshop with Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 57 Ralph Metcalfe, Jr. announcing event at Silver Shadow Lounge, 1978
Box 23 Folder 58 “The River Niger” at Blackstone and Studebaker Theatres, 1973-1974
Box 23 Folder 59 Roots Festival “Bring It Home to Me” at Lou Rawls Theatre and Cultural Center, 1993
Box 23 Folder 60 Sam G. Greenlee Benefit “Spook Who Stood By the Door” showing and party, 1973
Box 23 Folder 61 Saviour’s Day Convention, 2010
Box 23 Folder 62 “Sculpture by Omar [Shaheed]: A World of Jazz, Stone and Bronze” at American Jazz Museum, Kansas City, MO, 2002
Box 23 Folder 63 Sojourner in Concert at Jones Commercial High School, 1982
Box 23 Folder 64 “Song for Drum/Flute” – Chicago Filmmakers, 1983
Box 23 Folder 65 Steve Cobb and Chavunduka in Concert, [undated]
Box 23 Folder 66 Tecora Rodgers – Chicagoland Jazz Newsletter jazz venues, 2007
Box 23 Folder 67 Temple of the Ankh (The) – [World Religions], 1984
Box 23 Folder 68 Theodore Ward Memorial Program, 1983
Box 23 Folder 69 29th Annual Christian Education Conference “Ujammaa,” 1993
Box 23 Folder 70 Universal Alley Jazz Jam, 2008-2010
Box 23 Folder 71 Vandy Harris, Jr., and the Front Burners, [1996]
Box 23 Folder 72 Velvet Lounge [Fred Anderson] jazz calendars, 2001-2004
Box 23 Folder 73 “Vision ’83” Scholarship Benefit Jazz Concert, 1983
Box 23 Folder 74 “War on Terror from Birmingham to bin Laden” discussion by black journalists, 2001
Box 23 Folder 75 Weekly Jazz Wednesdays at Park 52, [2009]
Box 23 Folder 76 “What Really Happened to Harold” presented by Steve Coakley at Northeastern Illinois University’s Center for Inner City Studies, 1989
Box 23 Folder 77 Willa Saunders Jones Passion Play at Arie Crown Theater, 1966
Box 23 Folder 78 William Kwamena-Poh – One Man Show, Osibisa Fine Arts, Inc., 1991
Box 23 Folder 79 WoodlawnNow.com 2nd Annual 1000-Family March, 2011
Box 23 Folder 80 Yoshi’s Nightspot [jazz calendar], 1993
Box 23 Folder 81 “Your Arms Too Short to Box with God” at Schubert Theatre, 1983

Series 8: Funeral Programs, 1968-2011

Box 24 Folder 1 Afrik, Baba Hannibal (Harold E. Charles III), 2011
Box 24 Folder 2 Anderson, Dorothy Martha Perkins, 1993
Box 24 Folder 3 Anderson, Fred Jr., 2010 (See also Mss. by Leonard Wash)
Box 24 Folder 4 Barren, Vivian Marie, 1989
Box 24 Folder 5 Bishop, Anna S., 2004
Box 24 Folder 6 Blackburn, Gwendolyn, 2005
Box 24 Folder 7 Bramletta, Mr. Mineral, 2003
Box 24 Folder 8 Brown, Oscar, Jr., 2005
Box 24 Folder 9 Campbell, Wilbur L.C. (fragment), [undated]
Box 24 Folder 10 Cochran, Johnnie L., Jr., 2005
Box 24 Folder 11 Hannah, Dr. Clayton Laverne, 1983
Box 24 Folder 12 Howard, Pauline F., 2006
Box 24 Folder 13 Hurd, Harold, 2002
Box 24 Folder 14 Jenkins, Dr. Ulysses “Duke,” 1996
Box 24 Folder 15 Johnson, John H., 2005
Box 24 Folder 16 King, Delores Wash, 2010
Box 24 Folder 17 King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1968
Box 24 Folder 18 Marr, Henry L. “Hank,” 2004
Box 24 Folder 19 Martin, Sallie, 1988
Box 24 Folder 20 McBride, Ronald Joseph, 2004
Box 24 Folder 21 McLendon, Arthur G., 2005
Box 24 Folder 22 Morris, Kenneth S., Sr., 1989
Box 24 Folder 23 Napper, Leonard Nelson, 2005
Box 24 Folder 24 Newton, Huey P., 1989
Box 24 Folder 25 Owens, Jesse, 1980
Box 24 Folder 26 Perkins, “Mother” Myrtle, 2008
Box 24 Folder 27 Pincham, R. Eugene, 2008
Box 24 Folder 28 Radcliffe, Theodore “Double Duty,” 2005
Box 24 Folder 29 Rawls, Rev. Dr. Louis, 2002
Box 24 Folder 30 Riddick, Rev. George Edgar, 1994
Box 24 Folder 31 Rogers, Melvin, 2009
Box 24 Folder 32 Saunders, James Edward “Eddie,” 1999
Box 24 Folder 33 Wash, Perry Leon (“Deacon”), 2005
Box 24 Folder 34 Wash, Ralph W., 1995
Box 24 Folder 35 Wash, Stanley Gene, 2010
Box 24 Folder 36 Williams, Elton, 1992
Box 24 Folder 37 Wright, Bobby E., 1982

Series 9: Audiovisual Materials, 1976-2011

Sub-series 1: Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Sub-series 2: Event Recordings (live)

Box 25 1 Audiocassette

1st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker James Turner, March 31, 1978

Box 25 2 Audiocassette

1st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

[2nd General Session], March 31, 1978

Box 25 3 Audiocassette

1st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

3rd General Session, April 1, 1978

Box 25 4 Audiocassette

1st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

South Africa symposium and workshops, April 1, 1978

Box 25 5 Audiocassette

1st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Closing Session, April 1, 1978

Box 25 6 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening speaker Harold Cruse (cont’d), April 12, 1979

Box 25 7 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening speaker (cont’d) and Great Black Music, April 12, 1979

Box 25 8 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music, April 12, 1979

Box 25 9 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

1st General Session, April 12, 1979

Box 25 10 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

4th General Session, April 13, 1979

Box 25 11 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

5th General Session, April 13, 1979

Box 25 12 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

5th General Session

6th General Session [?], April 13, 1979

Box 25 13 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music with Phil Cohran, April 12, 1979 (1 of 2)

Box 25 14 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music with Phil Cohran, April 12, 1979 (2 of 2)

Box 25 15 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker (banquet) Thomas N. Todd, April 13, 1979

Box 25 16 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

7th General Session [?], April 14, 1979

Box 25 17 Audiocassette

2nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music, and workshop on Black Family, April 14, 1979

Box 25 18 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session, speaker Alex Willingham

Plenary Session #1

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 10, 1980

Box 25 19 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3

Great Black Music (cont’d), April 10, 1980

Box 25 20 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music (cont’d), April 10, 1980

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 11, 1980

Box 25 21 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 11, 1980

Box 25 22 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 with Maulana (Ron) Karenga [?], April 11, 1980

Box 25 23 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 12, 1980

Box 25 24 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Great Black Music

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 12, 1980

Box 25 25 Audiocassette

3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble and Umoja Ensemble, April 12, 1980

Box 26 26 Audiocassette

4th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speakers Eugene Pincham and Harold Cruse, [April 1981]

Box 26 27 Audiocassette

4th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

New Horizon Ensemble, April 11, 1981

Also: Blackstone, [David], host WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), April 28, 1981

Box 26 28 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Inner-attainment/Oshun, April 15, 1983

Box 26 29 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 15, 1983

Box 26 30 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 15, 1983

Box 26 31 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 15, 1983

Also: Jazz Showcase performance [?], May 22, 1983

Box 26 32 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 15, 1983

Box 26 33 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker (banquet) Maulana (Ron) Karenga

Plenary Session #8, April 16, 1983

Box 26 34 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 16, 1983

Box 26 35 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 16, 1983

Box 26 36 Audiocassette

6th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11, April 16, 1983

Also: Jazz Showcase with Johnny Griffin, April 23, 1983

Box 26 37 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 with Floyd W. Hayes III

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 18, 1985

Box 26 38 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Box 26 39 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 18, 1985

Box 26 40 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 19, 1985

Box 26 41 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (partially inaudible), April 19, 1985

Box 26 42 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d?), April 19, 1985

Box 26 43 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Keynote speaker (banquet) James Turner (reel 1 of 2 from 1st of 2 tapings, cont’d), April 19, 1985

Box 26 44 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker James Turner (reel 2 of 2 from 1st of 2 tapings, cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 [?], April 20, 1985

Box 26 45 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker James Turner (reel 1 of 2 from 2nd of 2 tapings, cont’d), April 19, 1985

Box 26 46 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker James Turner (reel 2 of 2 from 2nd of 2 tapings, cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 20, 1985

Box 26 47 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d);

Plenary Session #12, April 20, 1985

Box 26 48 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13 (cont’d), April 20, 1985

Box 26 49 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13 (cont’d), April 20, 1985

Box 26 50 Audiocassette

8th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #14

Plenary Session #15, April 20, 1985

Box 27 51 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1

Plenary Session #2, April 17, 1986

Box 27 52 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College [not clearly identified]

Plenary Session #4 [?], including remarks by Leonard Wash (cont’d), April 17, 1986

Box 27 53 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #5, April 17, 1986

Box 27 54 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Inner-attainment with Phil Cohran, April 17, 1986

Also: Hanah Jon Taylor, AACM, December 14, 1985

Box 27 55 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6

Plenary Session #7 [?], April 18, 1986

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 19, 1986

Box 27 56 Audiocassette

9th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12, April 19, 1986

Box 27 57 Audiocassette

10th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 [?] with Phil Cohran, April 9, 1987

Also: Buster Benton at Village Lounge, May 10, 1987

Box 27 58 Audiocassette

10th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13 (cont’d), April 11, 1987

Box 27 59 Audiocassette

10th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #15 [?] (cont’d), April 11, 1987

Box 27 60 Audiocassette

10th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #15 (cont’d)

Closing Session, April 11, 1987

Box 27 61 Audiocassette

11th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Samuel Yette, April 21, 1988

Box 27 62 Audiocassette

11th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 [?]

Plenary Session #14 [?], April 23, 1988

Box 27 63 Audiocassette

12th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9, April 21, 1989

Box 27 64 Audiocassette

12th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 and #11, April 22, 1989

Box 27 65 Audiocassette

13th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Speaker (banquet) Faustine Jones-Wilson, April 27, 1990

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 28, 1990

Box 27 66 Audiocassette

13th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 28, 1990

Box 27 67 Audiocassette

13th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #13

Plenary Session #14 (cont’d), April 28, 1990

Box 27 68 Audiocassette

13th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #14 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #15 (closing), April 28, 1990

Box 27 69 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session with Carl Spight

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 18, 1991

Box 27 70 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 18, 1991

Box 27 71 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 19, 1991

Box 27 72 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 19, 1991

Box 27 73 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Keynote speaker (banquet) Jabulani Makalani (cont’d)

Gospel choir Golden Hearts, April 19, 1991

Box 27 74 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker Jabulani Makalani (cont’d), April 19, 1991

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 20, 1991

Box 28 75 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12

New Horizon Ensemble (cont’d), April 20, 1991

Box 28 76 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

New Horizon Ensemble (cont’d)

Plenary Session #13

Plenary Session #14 (cont’d), April 20, 1991

Box 28 77 Audiocassette

14th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #14 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #15, April 20, 1991

Box 28 78 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening speaker Omar McRobert

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 23, 1992

Box 28 79 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 23, 1992

Box 28 80 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3, April 23, 1992

Box 28 81 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4, April 23, 1992

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 24, 1992

Box 28 82 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 24, 1992

Box 28 83 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 24, 1992

Box 28 84 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 24, 1992

Box 28 85 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d)

Speaker (banquet) Samuel Yette, April 24, 1992

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15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 25, 1992

Box 28 87 Audiocassette

15th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 25, 1992

Box 28 88 Audiocassette

16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker William Nelson

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 22, 1993

Box 28 89 Audiocassette

16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 22, 1993

Box 28 90 Audiocassette

16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 22, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 22, 1993

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 23, 1993

Box 28 92 Audiocassette

16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 23, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 23, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d)

Speaker (banquet) Maulana (Ron) Karenga (cont’d), April 23, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Speaker (banquet) Maulana (Ron) Karenga, April 23, 1993

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 24, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d) April 24, 1993

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16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 24, 1993

Box 28 98 Audiocassette

16th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Wrap-up Session, April 24, 1993

Also: Jazz, WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), September 30, 1993

Box 29 99 Audiocassette

17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Fred Hord

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 21, 1994

Box 29 100 Audiocassette

17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d, tape interrupted)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 21, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 21, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 21, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 21, 1994

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 22, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 22, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 22, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7

Plenary Session #8 (cut off), April 22, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 23, 1994

Box 29 108 Audiocassette

17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 23, 1994

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17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 23, 1994

Box 29 110 Audiocassette

17th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 23, 1994

Box 29 111 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Theman Ray Taylor (cont’d), April 20, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Theman Ray Taylor (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d, with intermittent audio problems), April 20, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 20, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2, April 20, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d, April 20, 1995

Box 29 116 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d, with blank section)

Plenary Session #4, April 20, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 21, 1995

Box 29 118 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 21, 1995

Box 29 119 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 21, 1995

Box 29 120 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 21, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 21, 1995

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 22, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 22, 1995

Box 30 123 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 22, 1995

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18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 22, 1995

Box 30 125 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 22, 1995

Box 30 126 Audiocassette

18th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Closing Session, April 22, 1995

Box 30 127 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 24, 1996 (1 of 2 tapes)

Box 30 128 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 24, 1996 (2 of 2 tapes)

Box 30 129 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Lewis Myers

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 25, 1996

Box 30 130 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 [?] (cont’d), April 25, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 25, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3, April 25, 1996

Box 30 133 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4

Special Session and Reception, April 25, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 26, 1996 (1 of 2 tapings)

Box 30 135 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 26, 1996 (2 of 2 tapings)

Box 30 136 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 26, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 26, 1996 (1 of 2 tapings)

Box 30 138 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 26, 1996 (2 of 2 tapings)

Box 30 139 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 26, 1996

Also: Jazz concert, Columbus, OH, August 11, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 27, 1996

Box 30 141 Audiocassette

19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 27, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 27, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Closing Session (cont’d), April 27, 1996

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19th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Closing Session (cont’d), April 27, 1996

Box 30 145 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Michael Eric Dyson, April 17, 1997

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20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1

Plenary Session #2, April 17, 1997

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20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 17, 1997

Box 31 148 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 17, 1997

Box 31 149 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 17, 1997

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 18, 1997

Box 31 150 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 18, 1997

Box 31 151 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 18, 1997

Box 31 152 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 18, 1997

Box 31 153 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 with Harold Washington (cont’d), April 18, 1997

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20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 19, 1997

Box 31 155 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 19, 1997

Box 31 156 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 19, 1997

Box 31 157 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 19, 1997

Box 31 158 Audiocassette

20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Jazz vocalist (banquet) Maggie Brown

Keynote speaker (banquet) Maulana (Ron) Karenga (cont’d), April 19, 1997

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20th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Keynote speaker (banquet) Maulana (Ron) Karenga (cont’d), April 19, 1997

Box 31 160 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 28, 1998

Box 31 161 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Vincent Harding

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 16, 1998

Box 31 162 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Keynote speaker (luncheon) Adjoa Aiyetoro

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 16, 1998

Box 31 163 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 16, 1998

Box 31 164 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 16, 1998

Box 31 165 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 16, 1998

Plenary Session #5, April 17, 1998

Box 31 166 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 17, 1998

Box 31 167 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8, April 17, 1998

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 18, 1998

Box 31 168 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 18, 1998

Box 31 169 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 18, 1998

Box 31 170 Audiocassette

21st Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Final Session, April 18, 1998

Box 32 171 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 27, 1999 (1 of 2 tapes)

Box 32 172 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 27, 1999 (2 of 2 tapes)

Box 32 173 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Jacob Carruthers

Plenary Session #1, April 15, 1999

Box 32 174 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 15, 1999

Box 32 175 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3, April 15, 1999

Box 32 176 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 15, 1999

Box 32 177 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 15, 1999

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 16, 1999 (1 of 2 tapings)

Box 32 178 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 15, 1999

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 16, 1999 (2 of 2 tapings)

Box 32 179 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Special Session, April 16, 1999

Plenary Session #9, April 17, 1999

Box 32 180 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 16, 1999

Box 32 181 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8, April 16, 1999

Box 32 182 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Special Session, April 16, 1999

Box 32 183 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 17, 1999

Box 32 184 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 17, 1999

Box 32 185 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 17, 1999

Box 32 186 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 17, 1999

Box 32 187 Audiocassette

22nd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 17, 1999

Box 32 188 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, December 11, 1999

Box 32 189 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #1

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 12, 2000

Box 32 190 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #2 (cont’d), April 12, 2000

Opening speaker Lerone Bennett (cont’d), April 13, 2000

Box 32 191 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Lerone Bennett (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 13, 2000 (1 of 2 tapings)

Box 32 192 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Lerone Bennett (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 13, 2000 (2 of 2 tapings)

Box 32 193 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 13, 2000

Box 32 194 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 13, 2000

Box 33 195 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 14, 2000

Box 33 196 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Speaker (luncheon) Maulana (Ron) Karenga, April 14, 2000

Box 33 197 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Special Session, April 14, 2000

Box 33 198 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 15, 2000

Box 33 199 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 15, 2000

Box 33 200 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11, April 15, 2000

Box 33 201 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 15, 2000

Box 33 202 Audiocassette

23rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Closing Session, April 15, 2000

Also: unidentified music recordings, including Nikki Giovanni, Watts (California) poetry, 2000

Box 33 203 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 23, 2002 (1 of 2 tapes)

Box 33 204 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 23, 2002 (2 of 2 tapes)

Box 33 205 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #3

Prelude Session #4 (cont’d), April 17, 2002

Box 33 206 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #4 (cont’d)

Music: Malachi Thompson Free Bop Band, April 17, 2002

Opening Session speaker Floyd W. Hayes III (cont’d), April 18, 2002

Box 33 207 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Floyd W. Hayes III (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 18, 2002

Box 33 208 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 18, 2002

Box 33 209 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 18, 2002

Box 33 210 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 18, 2002

Box 33 211 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #5

Plenary Session [possible session title change, not in program—“Black Studies…Rethinking…”] (cont’d), April 19, 2002

Box 33 212 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session [not in program] (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 [skipping to banquet] April 19, 2002

Box 33 213 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 19, 2002

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25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 , April 19, 2002

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 20, 2002

Box 33 215 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11

Plenary Session #12, April 20, 2002

Box 33 216 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Gala banquet music by Maggie and Oscar Brown, Jr., April 20, 2002

Box 33 217 Audiocassette

25th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Speaker (banquet) Mack Jones, April 20, 2002

Box 33 218 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 22, 2003 (1 of 2 tapes)

Box 33 219 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 22, 2003 (2 of 2 tapes)

Box 34 220 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Njeri Jackson

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 24, 2003

Box 34 221 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 24, 2003

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26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3, April 24, 2003

Box 34 223 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cut off)

Special Session, April 24, 2003

Box 34 224 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 25, 2003

Box 34 225 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Speaker (luncheon) Carl Spight (cont’d), April 25, 2003

Box 34 226 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Speaker (luncheon) Carl Spight (cont’d)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 25, 2003

Box 34 227 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 25, 2003

Box 34 228 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d)

Special Session (“Rap”), April 25, 2003

Box 34 229 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 26, 2003

Box 34 230 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 26, 2003

Box 34 231 Audiocassette

26th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12, April 26, 2003

Box 34 232 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, February 28, 2004

Box 34 233 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #1 [?]

Prelude Session #2 (cont’d), April 21, 2004

Box 34 234 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #2 (cont’d)

Prelude Session #3, April 21, 2004

Box 34 235 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #3 (cont’d), April 21, 2004

Opening Session speaker Robert Smith, April 22, 2004

Box 34 236 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Robert Smith (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 22, 2004

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27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 22, 2004

Box 34 238 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cut off); April 22, 2004

Box 34 239 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 23, 2004

Box 34 240 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Speaker (luncheon) Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. (cut off), April 23, 2004

Box 34 241 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7

Plenary Session #8 (cut off), April 23, 2004

Box 34 242 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 24, 2004

Box 34 243 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 24, 2004

Box 35 244 Audiocassette

27th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12

Gala banquet, April 24, 2004 [speaker not identified]

Box 35 245 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, March 5, 2005 (1 of 2 tapes)

Box 35 246 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Pre-Conference Breakfast, March 5, 2005 (2 of 2 tapes)

Box 35 247 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #2, April 20, 2005

Box 35 248 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #3, April 20, 2005

Opening Session (cont’d), April 21, 2005

Box 35 249 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Hanes Walton (cont’d), April 21, 2005

Box 35 250 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Hanes Walton (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 21, 2005

Box 35 251 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d), April 21, 2005

Box 35 252 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d) , April 21, 2005

Box 35 253 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 and 6 (combined), April 22, 2005

Box 35 254 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Special Session (“Black Studies Promise”)

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 22, 2005

Box 35 255 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 22, 2005

Box 35 256 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 22, 2005

Box 35 257 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 23, 2005

Box 35 258 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 23, 2005

Box 35 259 Audiocassette

28th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cut off), April 23, 2005

Box 35 260 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #1 [?] (cut off)

Prelude Session #2 [?] , April 19, 2006

Box 35 261 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker Maulana (Ron) Karenga

Plenary Session #1, April 20, 2006

Box 35 262 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 20, 2006

Box 35 263 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4, April 20, 2006

Box 35 264 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Special Session on Black Fiction, April 20, 2006

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 21, 2006

Box 35 265 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d, partially inaudible)

Plenary Session #6, April 21, 2006

Box 35 266 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Luncheon Panel Session (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 21, 2006

Box 35 267 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7

Plenary Session #8, April 21, 2006

Box 36 268 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 22, 2006

Box 36 269 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 21, 2006

Box 36 270 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 22, 2006

Box 36 271 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 22, 2006

Box 36 272 Audiocassette

29th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Also: Lecture (not part of BSC): Dorothy Dawson at University Club. (See also Box 81/103-104 for photographs)

Speaker (banquet) Cynthia McKinney, April 22, 2006

Box 36 273 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #2

Prelude Session #3 (cont’d), April 18, 2007

Box 36 274 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Prelude Session #3 (cont’d), April 18, 2007

Opening Session speaker James Turner (cont’d), April 19, 2007

Box 36 275 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Opening Session speaker James Turner (cont’d)

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d), April 19, 2007

Box 36 276 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1 (cont’d, with remarks by Leonard Wash)

Plenary Session #2, April 19, 2007 (1 of 2 tapings)

Box 36 277 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #1

Plenary Session #2, April 19, 2007 (2 of 2 tapings)

Box 36 278 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #2 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d), April 19, 2007

Box 36 279 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #3 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 19, 2007

Box 36 280 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #4 (cont’d), April 19, 2007

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d), April 20, 2007

Box 36 281 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #5 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d), April 20, 2007

Box 36 282 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #6 (cont’d)

Luncheon Session

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d), April 20, 2007

Box 36 283 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #7 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d), April 20, 2007

Box 36 284 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #8 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d), April 21, 2007

Box 36 285 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #9 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d), April 21, 2007

Box 36 286 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #10 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d), April 21, 2007

Box 36 287 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #11 (cont’d)

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d), April 21, 2007

Box 36 288 Audiocassette

30th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

Plenary Session #12 (cont’d)

Speaker (banquet) Floyd W. Hayes III, April 21, 2007

Box 36 289 Audiocassette

[date not identified] Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College

[Pre-Conference] Breakfast, circa 2005

Sub-series 2: Event Recordings (live)

Box 37 290 Audiocassette AACM (American Association of Creative Musicians) Big Band [music]: with Adegoke Steve Colson and Septet; Transitions 2-East. July 12, 1976
Box 37 291 Audiocassette AACM Large Ensemble [music]: Studio 101, 843 E. 79th Street. January 9, 1985
Box 37 292 Audiocassette AACM Large Ensemble [music]: “Tribute to Light Henry Huff,” and Sound Therapy Research Ensemble; AACM space. June 4, 1993
Box 37 293 Audiocassette AACM [music] with Arts Midwest Jazz Masters: Franz Jackson, Wilbur Campbell, Jody Christian; DuSable Museum Festival. July 14, 1996
Box 37 294 Audiocassette AACM [music]: Anthony Braxton, Leroy Jenkins, Thurman Barker, Leonard Jones; McCormick Place. August 11, 1977
Box 37 295 Audiocassette AACM [music]: Edward Wilkerson, Malachi Favors, Reggie Nicholson; Osun Center for the Arts. March 1, 1981 (1 of 2)
Box 37 296 Audiocassette AACM [music]: Edward Wilkerson, Malachi Favors, Reggie Nicholson; Osun Center for the Arts. March 1, 1981 (2 of 2)
Box 37 297 Audiocassette AACM [music]: Janis Lane-Ewart, Prince James Quintet, Muhal Richard Abrams; 7th Chicago Jazz Festival. August 30, 1985
Box 37 298 Audiocassette AACM [panel discussion]: Phil Cohran, James Turner, Hannibal Afrik; [venue not identified]. November 30, 1991
Box 37 299 Audiocassette African-American Book Center: Discussion with authors John Hope Franklin, Marimba Ani, Acklyn [Lynch], Tyehimba Jess. February 19, 1994
Box 37 300 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 9th Annual Conference: Larry C. Taylor, Floyd W. Hayes III, Douglass Gill; Kennedy-King College. April 23, 1977 (1 of 2)
Box 37 301 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 9th Annual Conference: Larry C. Taylor, Floyd W. Hayes III, Douglass Gill; Kennedy-King College. April 23, 1977 (2 of 2)
Box 37 302 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 7, 1994 (1 of 8)
Box 37 303 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 7, 1994 (2 of 8)
Box 37 304 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 8, 1994 (3 of 8)
Box 37 305 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 8, 1994 (4 of 8)
Box 37 306 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 8, 1994 (5 of 8)
Box 37 307 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 9, 1994 (6 of 8)
Box 37 308 Audiocassette African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 9, 1994 (7 of 8)
Box 37 309 Audiocassette

African Heritage Studies Association 26th Annual Conference: Kennedy-King College. April 9, 1994 (8 of 8)

Also: Oscar Brown, Jr. and family; Jazz Unites. August 6, 1994

Box 37 310 Audiocassette Air Trio [music]: Henry Threadgill, Ajaramu [Shelton], Reggie Willis; Museum of Contemporary Art. February 26, 1978
Box 37 311 Audiocassette

Air Trio [music]: Henry Threadgill, Steve McCall, Fred Hopkins; AACM 14th Anniversary, Northwestern University Thorne Hall. October 5, 1979

Also: Hoover, Robert: Departing address; Olive-Harvey College. September 18, 1979

Box 37 312 Audiocassette Askia, Imhotep Ba, with Abdullah Sami et al; “Sun Ship;” [venue not identified]. Late 1970s
Box 37 313 Audiocassette Association for the Study of African American History and Life [symposium]: with James Turner, Floyd Brown. circa 1984
Box 38 314 Audiocassette Baraka, Imama Amiri [lecture]: Olive-Harvey College. December 4, 1979
Box 38 315 Audiocassette

Baraka, Imama Amiri [lecture]: Art Institute of Chicago. November 19, 1982

Also: Emenari, Lofton A., III (Lofton A. Wheeler III): jazz program host on WHPK-FM. November 30, 1982

Box 38 316 Audiocassette Ben Israel, Prince Asiel: Freedom Found Lecture Series, Kennedy-King College, March 19, 1994 (1 of 3)
Box 38 317 Audiocassette Ben Israel, Prince Asiel: Freedom Found Lecture Series, Kennedy-King College, March 19, 1994 (2 of 3)
Box 38 318 Audiocassette Ben Israel, Prince Asiel: Freedom Found Lecture Series, Kennedy-King College, March 19, 1994 (3 of 3)
Box 38 319 Audiocassette Ben-Jochannan, Josef [lecture]: “Africa Before the European Contact;” [venue not identified]. March 23, 1991
Box 38 320 Audiocassette

Bennett, Lerone [lecture]: Institute for Positive Education. December 19, 1978

Also: Harris, Vandy and the Intuitive Research Beings; Institute of Positive Education. April 14, 1978

Box 38 321 Audiocassette Black FolkUs [panel discussion?]: with James Turner and Rashaan Roland Kirk; Harris YMCIRCA February 27, 1977
Box 38 322 Audiocassette Black Independent Political Party Convention: participants include Jorja Palmer, Lu Palmer, Danny Davis, Clarence Pendleton, Roland Burris; Malcolm X College. May 25, 1985 (1 of 2)
Box 38 323 Audiocassette Black Independent Political Party Convention: participants include Jorja Palmer, Lu Palmer, Danny Davis, Clarence Pendleton, Roland Burris; Malcolm X College. May 25, 1985 (2 of 2)
Box 38 324 Audiocassette Black Political Symposium: Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. February 17, 1983 (1 of 2)
Box 38 325 Audiocassette Black Political Symposium: Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. February 17, 1983 (2 of 2)
Box 38 326 Audiocassette Bolden, Charles F. Jr. [lecture]: Olive-Harvey College. March 21, 1986
Box 38 327 Audiocassette Bridgewater, DeeDee [music]: with Roland Hanna’s New York Jazz Quartet, Joe Williams; At the Top [venue not clear]. August 15, 1976
Box 38 328 Audiocassette

Brown, Oscar, Jr. [music]: Kennedy-King College Mini-Campus. March 23, 1971

Also: Carmichael, Stokely [lecture]: Peoples’ Church. March 15, 1971

Box 38 329 Audiocassette Calloway, Cab [music]: [venue not identified]. February 20, 1977
Box 38 330 Audiocassette Carmichael, Stokely [lecture]: Institute for Positive Education. March 26, 1977
Box 38 331 Audiocassette Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University [symposium]: “Nationalism and Marxism,” with Jacob H. Carruthers, Maulana (Ron) Karenga, Abdul Alkalimat (Gerald McWhorter). October 22, 1983 (1 of 2)
Box 38 332 Audiocassette Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University [symposium]: “Nationalism and Marxism,” with Jacob H. Carruthers, Maulana (Ron) Karenga, Abdul Alkalimat (Gerald McWhorter). October 22, 1983 (2 of 2)
Box 38 333 Audiocassette Chicago Jazz Festival ’84: Sound Spectrum, with Mwata Bowden, Bud Johnson, Jay McShann, Gus Johnson; Gene Ramey, Joe Newman, Buddy Tate, B.B. King; Grant Park, Chicago. August 30, 1984
Box 38 334 Audiocassette Clarke, John Henrik [lecture]: “Africa Before the European Contact;” [venue not identified]. March 23, 1991
Box 38 335 Audiocassette Cohran, Phil [music]: “On the Beach Reunion After-Set;” Sun Ark Studio. June 3, 1984
Box 38 336 Audiocassette Cohran, Phil [music]: with Circle of Sound; Joe Segal’s Jazz Showcase. October 25, 1985 (includes vocal performance of “Deep River”)
Box 38 337 Audiocassette Cokely, Steve [lecture]: Malcolm X’s birthday; Northwestern University. May 19, 1987 (1 of 2)
Box 39 338 Audiocassette Cokely, Steve [lecture]: Malcolm X’s birthday; Northwestern University. May 19, 1987 (2 of 2)
Box 39 339 Audiocassette Cress-Welsing, Frances [lecture]: on racism; [venue not identified]. May 20, 1994
Box 39 340 Audiocassette Cruse, Harold [lecture]: Lake Forest College Black Students. May 15, 1970 (1 of 2)
Box 39 341 Audiocassette Cruse, Harold [lecture]: Lake Forest College Black Students. May 15, 1970 (2 of 2)
Box 39 342 Audiocassette Cruse, Harold and John Bracey [lecture and discussion]: Communiversity, Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. February 19, 1972
Box 39 343 Audiocassette

Donaldson Lou: Chicago’s Jazz Showcase and Jazz Alive. January 1, 1984

Also: Taylor, Hanah Jon and Artet [music]: Windy City Jazz. June 24, 1984

Box 39 344 Audiocassette “Dump Daley” Rally: Thomas N. Todd and Lu Palmer. January 21, 1989
Box 39 345 Audiocassette “Dump Daley” Rally No. 5: Lu Palmer, Howard Brookins, G’Ra, TNT [band], Louis Myers. March 25, 1989
Box 39 346 Audiocassette El’Zabar, Kahil [music]: with the Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Intuitive Research Beings, Malachi Favors, Art “Turk” Burton; AACM 14th Anniversary; Northwestern University. October 7, 1979
Box 39 347 Audiocassette

El’Zabar, Kahil and quartet [music]: Underground Fest. June 29, 1984

New Horizons Ensemble [music]: Underground Fest. July 1, 1984

Box 39 348 Audiocassette

El’Zabar, Kahil and Infinity Orchestra [music]: Seduel. September 3, 1986

Also: Chicago 8th Jazz Fest with George Benson, Jack McDuff, “Fat Head” Newman. August 31, 1986

Box 39 349 Audiocassette Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music]: Kuumba Workshop. June 4, 1978
Box 39 350 Audiocassette

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music]: Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. September 28, 1979

Also: Leo Smith Ensemble [music]: Leonard Jones, Douglas Ewart; Northwestern University. October 5, 1979

Box 39 351 Audiocassette Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music, with introduction for Kwanzaa]: Olive-Harvey College. December 6 and 12, 1980 (1 of 2)
Box 39 352 Audiocassette

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music, with introduction for Kwanzaa]: Olive-Harvey College. December 12, 1980 (2 of 2)

Also: University of Chicago Track Club Banquet, with speaker Dr. Ernest Billups. April 16, 2011

Box 39 353 Audiocassette

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music]: with host Larry Crowe; Black Theatre Alliance, Institute for Positive Education. May 2, 1986

Also: [Osun], Black Theater Week; Jeri’s Palm Tavern, June 14, 1986

Box 39 354 Audiocassette

FESTAC [Conference]: African American Studies Association, Olive-Harvey College. December 1, 1977

Also: Emenari, Lofton A., III: Rashaan Roland Kirk Memorial; WHPK-FM. December 12, 1977

Box 39 355 Audiocassette Filmmakers [music]: Art “Turk” Burton, Reggie Nicholson, Mwata Bowden, Ernest Dawkins, Douglas Ewart, Vandy Harris; [venue not identified]. December 29, 1984
Box 39 356 Audiocassette Franklin, John Hope [book talk]: “Mirror to America;” Oriental Institute, University of Chicago. November 15, 2005
Box 39 357 Audiocassette

Freeman, Chico [music]: Jazz Showcase. May 6, 1983

Also: Operation PUSH, weekly broadcast, [WVON-AM]. June 5, 1983

Box 39 358 Audiocassette

Freeman, Von, with Cecil Taylor [music]: University of Chicago. February 26, 1977

Also: Black FolkUs [music]: with Phil Cohran and Kahil El’Zabar; Harris YWCIRCA February 27, 1977

Box 39 359 Audiocassette Freeman, Von [music]: with Archie Shepp; Dunbar High School. April 25, 1981
Box 39 360 Audiocassette

Freeman, Von [music]: 75th Birthday Celebration; 19th Chicago Jazz Fest. August 30, 1997

Also: Armstrong, Louis and Duke Ellington [music]: Newport [Jazz Festival]. June 1956

Box 39 361 Audiocassette “The Future of African Americans in American Politics: A Challenge of Vision” [symposium, venue not identified]. September 20, 1992
Box 40 362 Audiocassette

Gordon, Dexter [music]: Keystone Corner. January 1, 1981

Also: El’Zabar, Kahil [interview, incomplete]: WBEZ-FM. January 2, 1981

Box 40 363 Audiocassette

Hamilton, Charles V. [lecture on race and politics]: Roosevelt University. April 10, 1991 (cont’d on next tape – 1 of 2)

Also: Turrentine, Stanley [music]: Jazz Showcase. April 5, 1991

Box 40 364 Audiocassette Hamilton, Charles V. [lecture on race and politics]: Roosevelt University. April 10, 1991 (cont’d from previous tape – 2 of 2)
Box 40 365 Audiocassette Hare, Nathan and Julia [lecture]: Institute of Positive Education. July 18, 1984
Box 40 366 Audiocassette

Jazz Unites ’94 [music]: with Oscar Brown, Jr., and family, Dorothy Donegan, Gloria Lynne; [South Shore Country Club]. August 6, 1994

Also: American Midwest Jazz Masters Awards [program]: with Janis Lane-Ewart; DuSable Museum Art Fair. July 10, 1994

Box 40 367 Audiocassette Jazz Unites ’94 [music]: with Jodie Christian Quartet, Arturo Sandoval; South Shore Cultural Center. July 7, 1994
Box 40 368 Audiocassette Karamu Ya Imani [Kwanzaa Celebration]: with Maulana (Ron) Karenga; Charles Hayes Center. January 1, 1987 (1 of 2)
Box 40 369 Audiocassette Karamu Ya Imani [Kwanzaa Celebration]: with Maulana (Ron) Karenga; Charles Hayes Center. January 1, 1987 (2 of 2)
Box 40 370 Audiocassette

Karamu Ya Imani [Kwanzaa Celebration]: with Craig Hodges [?]; Kennedy-King College. January 1, 1997

Also: Brown, Floyd, hosting radio program, WGN-AM, [undated]

Box 40 371 Audiocassette King Arts Complex Community Jazz Festival: Jazz Symposium, with Leonard Wash in dialogue; Columbus, OH. August 20, 1994
Box 40 372 Audiocassette Lewis, David Levering [book talk]: “W.E.B. DuBois: The Fight for Equality and the American Century;” University of Chicago. November 1, 2000
Box 40 373 Audiocassette Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee) [lecture]: Sawyer Recreation Center, Columbus, OH. August 22, 1980
Box 40 374 Audiocassette Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee) [lecture]: St. Paul’s Methodist Church Youth. 1987 (1 of 3)
Box 40 375 Audiocassette Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee) and Ivan Van Sertima [lecture, cont’d]: St. Paul’s Methodist Church Youth. 1987 (2 of 3)
Box 40 376 Audiocassette Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee) and Ivan Van Sertima [lecture, cont’d]: St. Paul’s Methodist Church Youth. 1987 (3 of 3)
Box 40 377 Audiocassette

[Malcolm X Birthday Commemoration]: with Dr. Betty Shabazz, Hannibal Afrik; Dr. Milton Brown; Malcolm X College. May 17, 1991

Also: Charlie Mingus Dynasty [music]: Jazz Showcase. May 10, 1991

Box 40 378 Audiocassette

Marr, Hank [music]: Jazz Record Mart. January 31, 1999

Also: McGriff, Jimmy [music]: with Gene Walker; Jazz Showcase. March 29, 1991

Box 40 379 Audiocassette Museum of Science and Industry Black Creativity [event]: “Black Music and Social Responsibility;” with Phil Cohran, Douglas Ewart, Kahil El’Zabar, Dr. Carol Adams. February 17, 1985
Box 40 380 Audiocassette National Black United Front Convention: Phillips High School. July 1984 (1 of 2)
Box 40 381 Audiocassette

National Black United Front Convention: Phillips High School. July 1984 (2 of 2)

Also: Operation PUSH, [broadcast venue not identified]. July 21, 1984

Box 40 382 Audiocassette

National Black United Front Ensemble [music]: Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. September 21, 1989

Also: Malachi Favors Sextet [music]: with Vandy Harris, E. Matik, et al; Higher Ground. September 1, 1989

Box 40 383 Audiocassette

New Horizons Ensemble [music]: with Ernest Dawkins; South Side Community Art Center. February 1, 1981

Also: Hanah Jon Taylor Artet: [music] [venue not identified], November 20, 1982

Box 40 384 Audiocassette New Horizons Ensemble [music]: with Ernest Dawkins, Eddie Johnson Quartet; Jazzfest ’99 (Jazz Unites, Inc.); South Shore Cultural Center. July 31, 1999
Box 40 385 Audiocassette Palmer, Lu [panel discussion]: with Nate Clay, A.A. “Sammy” Rayner, Ellis Reid, Harold Washington; Parkway Community Center. March 26, 1977
Box 41 386 Audiocassette Palmer, Lu [event not identified]: with Maulani Karenga; Dunbar High School. May 15, 1980
Box 41 387 Audiocassette Pincham, Eugene [participant]: Afro-American History Roundtable; DuSable Museum. December 18, 1983
Box 41 388 Audiocassette

Pincham, Eugene [lecture]: Malcolm X College. March 17, 1989

Also: Rogers, Nahaz; [venue not identified, undated]

Box 41 389 Audiocassette “Politics and Crime in the Black Community” [symposium]: with John Lewis, Jack Childs, Lewis Myers, Lu Palmer; [venue not identified]. May 18, 1990
Box 41 390 Audiocassette

Roach, Max (quartet) [music]: Kuumba Workshop. March 6, 1976

Also: Mitchell, Roscoe [music]: and The Note Factory; Mandel Hall, University of Chicago. February 8, 1992

Box 41 391 Audiocassette Thompson, Anderson: Harold Cruse Lecture, African American Griot Society; Kennedy-King College. February 21, 1991 (1 of 2)
Box 41 392 Audiocassette Thompson, Anderson: Harold Cruse Lecture, African American Griot Society; Kennedy-King College. February 21, 1991 (2 of 2)
Box 41 393 Audiocassette Thompson, Anderson: Harold Cruse Lecture, African American Griot Society; Kennedy-King College. March 21, 1991 (1 of 2)
Box 41 394 Audiocassette Thompson, Anderson: Harold Cruse Lecture, African American Griot Society; Kennedy-King College. March 21, 1991 (2 of 2)
Box 41 395 Audiocassette Turner, James [lecture]: University of Chicago. February 21, 1981
Box 41 396 Audiocassette Turner, James [lecture]: University of Chicago. February 20, 1982
Box 41 397 Audiocassette University of Chicago Track Club Banquet: speaker Ed Wallace. April 3, 2004
Box 41 398 Audiocassette University of Chicago Track Club Banquet: speaker Charles “Deacon” Jones. April 9, 2005
Box 41 399 Audiocassette University of Chicago Track Club Banquet: speaker Ernest Billups. April 16, 2011
Box 41 400 Audiocassette Wash, [Leonard and Hattie], with Armstead Allen, et al [panel discussion, obscured by background noise]: One Room School House, Kennedy-King Mini-Campus [?]. August 5, 1971
Box 41 401 Audiocassette

Wash Family Members [music]: with Stanley Wash, Earl Wash and others; performance at home of Delores Wash King. November 24, 1976 (1 of 2, cont’d on next tape)

Also: Franklin, John Hope [interview] by Lu Palmer, “Black on Black” [venue not identified]. November 28, 1976 (1 of 2, cont’d on next tape)

Box 41 402 Audiocassette

Wash Family Members [music]: with Stanley Wash, Earl Wash and others; performance at home of Delores Wash King. November 24, 1976 (2 of 2, cont’d from previous tape)

Also: Franklin, John Hope [interview] by Lu Palmer, “Black on Black” [venue not identified]. November 28, 1976 (2 of 2, cont’d from previous tape)

Box 41 403 Audiocassette

Washington, Harold [lecture on current events]: Roosevelt University. February 15, 1983

Also: Black Symposium “Political Empowerment;” Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University. February 17, 1983

Box 41 404 Audiocassette

Washington, Harold [lecture on current events]: Roosevelt University. February 15, 1983

Also: “Last Interview” of Harold Washington on November 11, 1987, re-broadcast on WGN-TV “People to People.” December 3, 1987

Box 41 405 Audiocassette

Williams, Chancellor James [lecture]: University of Illinois at Chicago. May 9, 1976 (cont’d on next tape – 1 of 2)

Also: Drake, St. Clair [lecture]: Roosevelt University. May 9, 1976

Box 41 406 Audiocassette Williams, Chancellor James [lecture]: University of Illinois at Chicago. May 9, 1976 (cont’d from previous tape – 2 of 2)
Box 41 407 Audiocassette Wilson, William Julius [lecture]: Social Service Review 9th Annual Public Forum. May 21, 1985
Box 41 408 Audiocassette Wright, Rev. Jeremiah A. [sermon]: after September 11, 2001 attacks (1 of 2)
Box 41 409 Audiocassette

Wright, Rev. Jeremiah A. [sermon]: after September 11, 2001 attacks (2 of 2)

Also: Tony Brown’s Journal, WTTW-TV. February 23, 1976

Sub-series 3: Event Recordings (broadcasts)

Box 42 410 Audiocassette Adebayo, Soji [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). April 1, 1983
Box 42 411 Audiocassette

Amina-Ataramu Ensemble [music]: with Lofton A. Emenari III, WHPK-FM. August 15, 197

Also: Art Ensemble of Chicago [music, venue not identified, possibly live]. August 13, 1977

Box 42 412 Audiocassette

Artet [music]: with Hanah Jon Taylor, Lofton A. Emenari III; [venue not identified, WHPK?]. November 20, 1983.

Also: Daylie, Daddio [program host]: WXFM-FM. November 29,1983

Box 42 413 Audiocassette Blackstone, Kevin B. [program host]: WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). March 24, 1981
Box 42 414 Audiocassette

Blakey, Art [interview]: by Neil Tesser; WBBM-AM. April 6, 1981

Also: Allen, Armstead [interview]: “Hotline” with Jabulani Makalani and Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright; WVON-AM. April 6, 1981

Box 42 415 Audiocassette

Breath Ensemble [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). May 22, 1984

Also: Warford, Rita [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). May 3, 1984

Box 42 416 Audiocassette Brown, Floyd: “The Floyd Brown Show” [?], WGN-AM. December 3, 1989
Box 42 417 Audiocassette Brown, Oscar, Jr. [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards), with G’Ra, Dr. Roland Sidney, Light Henry Huff; WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). March 1, 1984
Box 42 418 Audiocassette Brown, Tony [television program host]: “Tony Brown’s [Black] Journal,” with Robert Hicks; WCIU-TV. February 22, 1976
Box 42 419 Audiocassette Cleage, Rev. Albert and Rev. Charles Koen [TV series promoting African American arts, politics, gospel music]: “Soul,” WNET-TV (New York Public Media). March 11, 1971
Box 42 420 Audiocassette

Cohran, Phil [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). March 7, 1983

Brown, Oscar, Jr. [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). May 10, 1984

Box 42 421 Audiocassette Coleman, Ornette and Carter, Al [interview]: by program host Larry Smith, WBEZ-FM. February 4, 1978
Box 42 422 Audiocassette Colson, Ade [Adegoke Steve Colson] and Iqua Colson [interview] by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). July 2, 1984
Box 42 423 Audiocassette Cosey, Pete [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). May 7, 1983
Box 42 424 Audiocassette

Emenari, Lofton A., III [program host]: Jazz music; WHPK-FM. November 12, 1978

Also: El’Zabar, Kahil [interview] by program host Lofton A. Emenari III; WHPK-FM. December 11, 1978

Box 42 425 Audiocassette Emenari, Lofton A., III [program host]: Jazz music; WHPK-FM. October 1, 1989
Box 42 426 Audiocassette

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [music]: with Curtis Black and Kahil El’Zabar; WHPK-FM. February 21, 1979

Also: Smith, Larry [program host]: WWYC-AM in Gary, IN. [undated]

Box 42 427 Audiocassette Ethnic Heritage Ensemble [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). February 28, 1983
Box 42 428 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Black Music,” WBEZ-FM. May 11, 1977 (1 of 6)
Box 42 429 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Black Music,” WBEZ-FM. May 12, 1977 (2 of 6)
Box 42 430 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Black Music,” with Maulana (Ron) Karenga, U.S. delegate; WBEZ-FM. May 14, 1977 (3 of 6)
Box 42 431 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Black Music,” with Sun Ra; WBEZ-FM. May 14, 1977 (4 of 6)
Box 42 432 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Nigerian Drama,” WBEZ-FM. May 14, 1977 (5 of 6)
Box 42 433 Audiocassette Festac 77 [conference]: “Black Music,” with Miriam Makeba, Coleman Young, Vernon Jarrett; WBEZ-FM. May 15, 1977 (6 of 6)
Box 43 434 Audiocassette Freeman, Chico and Don Moye [music]: University of Chicago, WHPK-FM. January 14, 1978
Box 43 435 Audiocassette Freeman, Chico [interview]: by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards); WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). May 7, 1983
Box 43 436 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] of the Clovers, Lowell Fulson; WBEZ-FM. November 9 and 16, 1985
Box 43 437 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] of Joe Liggins, El Dorados, Heartbreakers, Lowell Fulson, The Clovers; [venue not identified]. November 16, 1985
Box 43 438 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] of The Clovers, Lofton A. Emenari III, Light Henry Huff, Hanah Jon Taylor; [venue not identified]. November 19, 1985
Box 43 439 Audiocassette

“Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] of The Orioles, Bo Diddley, Irma Thomas; [venue not identified]. November 23 and 25, 1985.

Also: Turner, Big Joe [music]: [venue not identified, undated]

Box 43 440 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. December 7, 1985
Box 43 441 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. December 27 and 28, 1985
Box 43 442 Audiocassette

“Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. January 25 and February 1, 1986

Also: Mitchell, Roscoe [interview] by Larry Smith, WBEZ-FM. February 1, 1986

Box 43 443 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. March 27 and April 3, 1987
Box 43 444 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. May 1 and 9, 1987
Box 43 445 Audiocassette “Harlem Hit Parade” with host Ruth Brown: [music] programming; WBEZ-FM. May 16 and 22, 1987
Box 43 446 Audiocassette Jackson, Jesse and Kelly, Clifford [press conference]: WXOL-AM. August 2, 1982
Box 43 447 Audiocassette Jarrett, Vernon [current affairs programming]: “The Vernon Jarrett Report” with Augustus Hawkins [and Coleman Young]; WJPC-FM Chicago. January 30, 1977
Box 43 448 Audiocassette Jarrett, Vernon [current affairs programming]: “The Vernon Jarrett Report” with Renault Robinson of the Afro-American Patrolmen’s League; WJPC-FM Chicago. February 6, 1977
Box 43 449 Audiocassette Jarrett, Vernon [current affairs programming]: “The Vernon Jarrett Report” with Basil Patterson and Mel Goode; WJPC-FM Chicago. March 6, 1977
Box 43 450 Audiocassette Jarrett, Vernon [current affairs programming]: “The Vernon Jarrett Report” with Donald Smith, WJPC-FM Chicago. March 20, 1977
Box 43 451 Audiocassette

Jarrett, Vernon [current affairs programming]: “The Vernon Jarrett Report” with A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., ABC-TV. May 1, 1977

Also: Bennett, Lerone [interview?]: “Black Life”, NBC-TV. April 17, 1977

Box 43 452 Audiocassette

Jazz Forum [music] with [host not identified, possibly Larry Smith]; WBEZ-FM. February 14, 1976

Also: Johnson, Isabel Joseph [host] “Rock of Ages” [gospel show, WCIU-TV]. [undated]

Box 43 453 Audiocassette Johnson, Isabel Joseph [host] “Rock of Ages” gospel show, WCIU-TV. February 8, 1976
Box 43 454 Audiocassette Johnson, Isabel Joseph [host] “Rock of Ages” gospel show, WCIU-TV. February 14, 1976
Box 43 455 Audiocassette Johnson, James [interview] on WHPK-FM at University of Chicago. 1988
Box 43 456 Audiocassette King, Yolanda and Attallah Shabazz: [Theater] “Stepping into Tomorrow,” Nucleus Theater, WBEZ-FM. January 15, 1982
Box 43 457 Audiocassette Mitchell, Roscoe [music], WHPK-FM. November 16, 1978 (1 of 3)
Box 44 458 Audiocassette Mitchell, Roscoe [music], WHPK-FM. November 16, 1978 (2 of 3)
Box 44 459 Audiocassette Mitchell, Roscoe [music], WHPK-FM. November 16, 1978 (3 of 3)
Box 44 460 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. June 20, 1976
Box 44 461 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. September 18, 1976
Box 44 462 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Vernon Jordan and Benjamin Hooks; WJPC-FM Chicago. December 19, 1976

Also: Daylie, Daddio: [Radio program, station not identified, undated]

Box 44 463 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. January 1, 1977
Box 44 464 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. January 8, 1977
Box 44 465 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. January 15, 1977 (1 of 2)
Box 44 466 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. January 15, 1977 (2 of 2)
Box 44 467 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. January 22, 1977
Box 44 468 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. March 5, 1977

Also: Ali, Muhammad [Interview]: “Face the Nation,” WBBM-TV. May 2, 1976

Box 44 469 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington, WJPC-FM Chicago. April 2, 1977

Also: Emenari, Lofton A., III: [Music], WHPK-FM. April 4, 1977

Box 44 470 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington, WJPC-FM Chicago. April 10, 1977
Box 44 471 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington, WJPC-FM Chicago. April 16, 1977

Also: Jarrett, Vernon: “The Vernon Jarrett Report,” WLS ABC-TV. May 1, 1977

Box 44 472 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. October 1, 1977
Box 44 473 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. October 6, 1979
Box 44 474 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], “Fifty Years of Gospel,” WJPC-FM Chicago. December 6, 1980
Box 44 475 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Englewood High School choirs; WJPC-FM Chicago. January 18, 1980
Box 44 476 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WJPC-FM Chicago. December 11, 1982
Box 44 477 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington; WJPC-FM Chicago. January 15, 1983

Also: Jazz Institute All-Stars, DuSable Museum Art Fair. July 14, 1993

Box 44 478 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Lu Palmer, [venue not identified]. May 21, 1983

Also: Emerari, Lofton A., III [host of programming], jazz music; WHPK-FM. [undated]

Box 44 479 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with 1st District congressional race candidates Charles Hayes, Ralph Metcalf, Jr., Addie Wyatt; WPJC-FM. July 16, 1983
Box 44 480 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Thomas N. Todd, Harold Washington, Ben Branch; WVON-AM. January 14, 1984
Box 44 481 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee); [venue not identified]. February 4, 1984
Box 45 482 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington; [venue not identified]. February 28, 1987

Also: “Larry Smith Jazz Party” with the Jazztet, WBEZ-FM. February 28, 1987

Box 45 483 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Thomas N. Todd; [venue not identified]. January 18, 1988

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Thomas N. Todd and Hon. Eugene Pincham; [venue not identified]. June 6, 1988

Box 45 484 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Hon. Eugene Pincham, [venue not identified]. July 1, 1989

Also: [Symposium] with Avon Drake and Carl Spight; [venue not identified, possibly live]. April 1989

Box 45 485 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Harold Washington Memorial; [venue not identified]. November 25, 1989.

Also: Brown, Floyd [music], WGN-AM. November 26, 1989

Box 45 486 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], about South Africa; [venue not identified]. February 24, 1990

Also: Brown, Floyd [music], WGN-AM. February 18, 1990

Box 45 487 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Allen Boesak; [venue not identified]. March 3, 1990
Box 45 488 Audiocassette Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], Harold Washington Memorial “One More Visit,” last interview; [venue not identified]. April 14, 1990
Box 45 489 Audiocassette

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], WGCI-FM. February 22, 1992

Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast], with Rev. Tyrone Crider; WGCI-FM. February 29,1992

Box 45 490 Audiocassette Palmer, Lu: “Lu’s Notebook,” WVON-AM. December 20, 1976 and January 6, 1977
Box 45 491 Audiocassette Palmer, Lu: “Lu’s Bookshelf,” with Corneal Davis, Eugene Pincham, Robert Starks; [venue not identified]. February 7, 1987
Box 45 492 Audiocassette Peery, Nelson: [interview] by Cliff Kelly; WVON-AM. [undated]
Box 45 493 Audiocassette

Richards, Joan (Efuru, Afi): [program host], WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). circa 1983

Also: Operation PUSH [Weekly broadcast, venue not identified]. February 10, 1983

Also: Emenari, Lofton A., III, [interview] by program host Afi Efuru (Joan Richards), WNUR-FM (Northwestern University). September 11, 1983

Box 45 494 Audiocassette Saunders, Eddie: “Sermons in Song,” WVKO-AM in Columbus, OH. August 30, 1981
Box 45 495 Audiocassette Saunders, Eddie: “Sermons in Song,” WVKO-AM in Columbus, OH. August 15, 1982
Box 45 496 Audiocassette Saunders, Eddie: “Sermons in Song,” WVKO-AM in Columbus, OH. August 22, 1990
Box 45 497 Audiocassette Saunders, Eddie: “Sermons in Song,” WVKO-AM in Columbus, OH. August 23, 1992
Box 45 498 Audiocassette Saunders, Eddie: “Sermons in Song,” WVKO-AM in Columbus, OH. August 26, 1992
Box 45 499 Audiocassette Smith, Larry [interview host]: Jabulani Makalani; WWVA-FM in Gary, IN. January 21, 1979
Box 45 500 Audiocassette

Travis, Dempsey [interview] “Cromie’s Circle” by host Robert Cromie; WMAQ-TV. January 1982

Also: “Dizzy Gillespie” [TV documentary], narrated by Ed Bradley; CBS-TV. December 14, 1981

Box 45 501 Audiocassette Washington, Harold [memorial broadcast]: “One More Visit,” last interview of Washington; WGCI-FM. November 23, 1989
Box 45 502 Audiocassette Wilson, William Julius [interview], [host not identified], WBBM-AM. December 31, 1978
Sub-series 4: Commercially Produced Recordings

Sub-series 4: Commercially Produced Recordings

Box 46 503 Audiocassette Cortez, Dave “Baby.” “The Whistling Organ.” Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, #0301. [undated]
Box 46 504 Audiocassette “The Critters and Ray Allen.“ Carnaby Records, Ltd. (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, Mfg.), #1001C3. [undated]
Box 46 505 Audiocassette Dudley, Dave. “Six Days on the Road.” Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, #212-0406. [undated]
Box 46 506 Audiocassette Fontana Dance Band. “Discotheque at Home.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0706. [undated]
Box 46 507 Audiocassette Fontana Dance Band. “Discotheque at Home.” Volume 2. Radiant Corporation, #212-0708. [undated]
Box 46 508 Audiocassette Hirt, Al and Pete Fountain. “At the Mardi Gras.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0305. [undated]
Box 46 509 Audiocassette Irving Fields Trio. “Piano Rhythm 2 a.m.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0711. [undated]
Box 46 510 Audiocassette Lanin, Lester. “Discotheque Date.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0709. [undated]
Box 46 511 Audiocassette Little Richard. “God Is Real.” Altone (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, Mfg.), #1003C3. [undated]
Box 46 512 Audiocassette Little Richard. “Little Richard.” Carnaby Records, Ltd. (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, Mfg.), #1003C3. [undated]
Box 46 513 Audiocassette Los Espanoles. “Caribbean Festival.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0804. [undated]
Box 46 514 Audiocassette Mann, Herbie. “Baubles, Bangles and Beads.” Radiant Corporation, #212-1001. [undated]
Box 47 515 Audiocassette McPartland, Jimmie. “Dixieland.” Radiant Corporation, #212-1003. [undated]
Box 47 516 Audiocassette The Mexican Brass and Orchestra. “Songs I Heard in Tijuana.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0303. [undated]
Box 47 517 Audiocassette The Orioles. “The Orioles.” Carnaby Records, Ltd. (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation), #1012C3. [undated]
Box 47 518 Audiocassette The Platters. “My Dream.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0306. [undated]
Box 47 519 Audiocassette Sam Donahue Orchestra. “Campus Dance Party.” Radiant Corporation (Radiant Cassette Corporation), #0707. [undated]
Box 47 520 Audiocassette The Sin-Say-Shuns. “In Hollywood at P.J.’s.” Carnaby Records, Ltd. (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, Mfg.), #1007C3. [undated]
Box 47 521 Audiocassette Smith, Jimmy. “Jazz Concert.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0602. [undated]
Box 47 522 Audiocassette Story, Carl. “Of Grand Ole Opry Fame.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0402. [undated]
Box 47 523 Audiocassette “12 Shindig All Star Hits.” Carnaby Records, Ltd. (Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation, Mfg.), #1010C3. [undated]
Box 47 524 Audiocassette “12 Collector’s Goodies.” Carnaby Records, Ltd. (also: Altone, Radiant Cassette and Cartridge Corporation), #1016C3. [undated]
Box 47 525 Audiocassette Van Ronk, Dave. “Georgia Camp Meeting.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0407. [undated]
Box 47 526 Audiocassette Yankovic, Frank. “The Polka King.” Radiant Corporation, #212-0808. [undated]

Sub-series 5: Other Sound Recordings

Box 48 527 CD recording “1994 Jazz Masters.” With Mwata Bowden, Jodie Christian, Norris Turney. Arts Midwest, 1994. Includes program booklet, “Jazz Masters Journal 1994.”
Box 48 528 CD recording “1996 Arts Midwest Jazz Masters.” With Wilber Campbell, Franz Jackson, Donald Walden. Arts Midwest Bravo, 1996. Includes program booklet.
Box 48 529 CD recording “1997 Midwest Jazz Masters.” With Monty Ellis, Jeanne Arland Peterson, Melvin Rhyne. Arts Midwest, 1997. Includes program booklet.
Box 48 530 33 1/3 rpm sound recording

Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble. “El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.” Phil Cohran – Zulu Records, #0001-A and 0001-B. Note: Two parts of four-part suite. [undated] Artists:

Eugene Easton: tenor sax, conga, vocal

Charles James Williams: alto sax and vocal

Master Henry Gibson: conga and timbales

Louis Satterfield: bass

Bob Crowder, Jr.: trap drums

Aaron Dodd: tuba

Mrs. Ella Pearl Jackson: vocal

Philip Cohran: frankiphone, cornet, conga and vocal

Box 48 531 Videocassette “Omar Shaheed, Stone Carver.” Modern Masters Series, Home and Garden Television, #MAS-601. [undated]

Series 10: Subject Research Files, 1959-2011

Box 49 Folder 1 Article: “African Americans Seeking Non-Medical Health Care…” Clovis E. Semmes (Jabulani Makalani), Western Journal of Black Studies , 1981
Box 49 Folder 2 Article: “Africana at Nsukka.” William Leo Hansberry, Inaugural address delivered at Hansberry College of African Studies (Nigeria), 1963; reissued by Department of History, Howard University, 1972
Box 49 Folder 3 Article: “Athletics vs. Education: Dilemmas of Black Youth.” Michael E. Lomax, [n.s., undated]
Box 49 Folder 4 Article: “Birth of Our Nation.” (no author, Republic of New Afrika), [n.s., undated]
Box 49 Folder 5 Article: “Black and Blue in Chicago.” Richard E. Rubenstein and Stephen M. Kaplan, New Republic , 1968
Box 49 Folder 6 Article: “Black Books Bulletin Interviews Harold Cruse.” Black Books Bulletin , [undated]
Box 49 Folder 7 Article: “The Black Education Strategy in the 1970s.” Ronald Walters, Journal of Negro Education , 1979
Box 49 Folder 8 Article: “Black Power and Black Education.” James Garrett, [n.s., undated]
Box 49 Folder 9 Article: “Black Studies: A Concept and a Plan.” James Turner, Cornell Chronicle , 1969 (offprint)
Box 49 Folder 10 Article: “Brothers.” Sylvester Monroe, Newsweek , 1987
Box 49 Folder 11 Article: “Centennials of Black Miseducation…” Iva E. Carruthers, Journal of Negro Education , 1977
Box 49 Folder 12 Article: “The Dialectics of Cultural Survival and the Community Artist: Phil Cohran and the Afro-Arts Theater.” Clovis E. Semmes (Jabulani Makalani), Journal of Black Studies , 1994
Box 49 Folder 13 Article: “Discrimination of the Life Course…Analysis of Earnings Differences Between Black and White Males, 1940-1990.” Melvin E. Thomas, et al, Social Problems , 1994 (offprint)
Box 49 Folder 14 Article: “Escape from the Ghetto at Washtenaw.” Robert H. Plummer, Junior College Journal, 1969
Box 49 Folder 15 Article: “Explaining the Black Education Gap.” John H. McWhorter, WQ/Black Education , 2000.
Box 49 Folder 16 Article: “The Failure of the Negro Intellectual.” E. Franklin Frazier, Negro Digest , 1962
Box 49 Folder 17 Article: “Falasha Origins: Falasha Jews of Ethiopia.” [unidentified author, n.s.], circa 1968-1970
Box 49 Folder 18 Article: “Fitting.” Story by Doris Turner (aka LinYatta), Evergreen Review , 1969
Box 49 Folder 19 Article: “Future Futures at the End of History.” Carl Spight, Journal of the NTA , 1959
Box 49 Folder 20 Article: “Granville T. Woods, 1856-1910: The ‘Black Edison.’” Thomas Eubank, [n.s., undated]
Box 49 Folder 21 Article: “Health Care and Blacks.” John H. Stanfield, Western Journal of Black Studies , 1981
Box 49 Folder 22 Article: “Huey Newton Talks to the Movement about the Black Panther Party…” [unidentified author], The Movement , [undated]
Box 49 Folder 23 Article: “In Memoriam: Kwame Nkrumah (1909-1972).” [unidentified author/editor], The Black Scholar , 1972
Box 49 Folder 24 Article: Interview, “Eldridge Cleaver.” Playboy Magazine , 1968
Box 49 Folder 25 Article: “In the Mirror of Black Scholarship: W. Allison Davis and Deep South .” St. Clair Drake, [n.s.], 1974
Box 49 Folder 26 Article: “Indigenous African Religions.” William Leo Hansberry, Presence Africaine , [undated]
Box 49 Folder 27 Article: “Janet’s World (Janet Cooke).” Mike Sager, GQ , 1996
Box 49 Folder 28 Article: “Jesse Jackson and the Presidential Campaign.” Maulana (Ron) Karenga, The Black Scholar , 1984
Box 49 Folder 29 Article: “Johnnetta Cole: America’s Sister President.” Clara LaPlante, Mosaic (Museum of Contemporary Art), [undated]
Box 49 Folder 30 Article: “King of Cats.” Henry Louis Gates, Jr., The New Yorker , 1996
Box 49 Folder 31 Article: “The Man Who Made the Stars Shine Brighter: An Interview with Woody Strode.” Frank Manchel, The Black Scholar , [1994]
Box 49 Folder 32 Article: “Maulana Ron Karenga: Black Leader in Captivity.” Imama Clyde Halisi, The Black Scholar , 1972
Box 49 Folder 33 Article: “Minister Malcolm: Orator Profundo.” Marcus H. Boulware, Negro History Bulletin , 1967
Box 49 Folder 34 Article: “The Negro College.” W.E.B. DuBois, The Crisis , 1933
Box 49 Folder 35 Article: “On the Coup in Ghana.” Kwame Nkrumah, The Black Scholar , 1972
Box 49 Folder 36 Article: “The Origins of Chicago’s Bud Billiken Parade: Correcting Historical Misconceptions.” Clovis E. Semmes (Jabulani Makalani), Journal of Illinois History , 2008
Box 49 Folder 37 Article: “Political Culture and Resurgent Racism in the United States.” Maulana (Ron) Karenga, The Black Scholar , 1985
Box 49 Folder 38 Article: “The Quality of Hurt.” Chester Himes, Player , 1977
Box 49 Folder 39 Article: “Racist America at Work.” Nahaz Rogers, [n.s., undated]
Box 49 Folder 40 Article: Review, Africa My Africa . Margaret T.G. Burroughs, reviewed by Eugene P. Feldman, [ DuSable Museum Press ] [undated]
Box 49 Folder 41 Article: Review, Culture and African American Politics , by Charles Henry, reviewed by Maulana (Ron) Karenga, The Black Scholar , [1990]
Box 49 Folder 42 Article: “Selections from The Biography of Huey P. Newton by Bobby Seale.” Eldridge Cleaver, Ramparts , [undated]
Box 49 Folder 43 Article: “The Social Background of the Black Arts Movement.” Larry Neal, The Black Scholar , 1987
Box 49 Folder 44 Article: “A Story Yet to Be Told: The Federal Theater Research Project.” Lorraine Brown, The Black Scholar , . 1979
Box 49 Folder 45 Article: “Student Activism.” Andrew Green, Northwestern University Alumni Magazine , 2002
Box 49 Folder 46 Article: “Tanganyika’s Cardinal Rugambwa…” Charles J. Livingston, [n.s], 1963
Box 49 Folder 47 Articles: Black arts and jazz from Black Creation Annual , 1974-1975
Box 49 Folder 48 Articles: Jazz reviewers (various), 1970s
Box 49 Folder 49 Articles: Jazz reviews by Stanley Crouch, Player , 1970s
Box 50 Folder 1 Book (copy): Black Case: Return from Exile (Vol. I and II) . Joseph Jarman, Art Ensemble of Chicago Publishing Co ., 1977.
Box 50 Folder 2 Book (copy): Malcolm X on Afro-American History . Atlanta: Pathfinder Press, 1982.
Box 50 Folder 3 Book (copy): Re-Creation . Nikki Giovanni. Detroit: Broadside Press , 1970
Box 50 Folder 4 Book (excerpts): Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., American: An Autobiography. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991.
Box 50 Folder 5 Book catalogs, bibliographies, bookstores, 1960s-2000s
Box 50 Folder 6 Curriculum: Black political participation, by Dr. Floyd W. Hayes III, 1995
Box 50 Folder 7 Curriculum: Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Black Studies, 1960
Box 50 Folder 8 Curriculum: Dr. Benjamin E. Mays (biographical notes and bibliography), [undated]
Box 50 Folder 9 Curriculum: Johns Hopkins University Center for African Studies –Syllabus on Richard Wright and Modernism, 2006
Box 50 Folder 10 Curriculum: Kent State University General Education Course Syllabus, 1981
Box 50 Folder 11 Curriculum: “Let’s Educate Together” (Book I) and “Who Am I” materials. Road to Literacy Series, Alternative Schools Network, circa 1990
Box 50 Folder 12 Curriculum: Misc. biographies, text, pictures, [undated]
Box 50 Folder 13 Curriculum: “Multi-culturalism and the Reform Movement in Science and Mathematics.” Gloria F. Gilmer, 1994
Box 50 Folder 14 Curriculum: “One Hundred Years Ago” with reading and web sources, [undated]
Box 50 Folder 15 Curriculum: “Somebody Special: 31 True Stories About Somebody Who Could Be You.” Mildred D. Johnson, 1982
Box 50 Folder 15a Curriculum, “The History They Never Told You” See Oversize Box 84
Box 50 Folder 16 Guides, brochures, handouts: African American/black history, culture, travel, 1970s-2000s
Box 50 Folder 17 Guides, brochures, handouts: Arvella Gray, blind street singer, [undated] (See also Box 79/16 for photograph)
Box 50 Folder 18 Guides, brochures, handouts: City of Chicago, 1980s, 2000
Box 51 Folder 1 Guides, brochures, handouts: Kemba Johnson Webb, “Zulu,” Strong Black Women Series, [undated]
Box 51 Folder 2 Guides, brochures, handouts: misc. commercial material, 1970s-2000s
Box 51 Folder 3 Guides, brochures, handouts: State of Illinois, 1993-2010
Box 51 Folder 4 Guides, brochures, handouts: State of Ohio, 1970s-2003, [undated]
Box 51 Folder 5 Guides, brochures, handouts: “We Asked Gwendolyn Brooks About the Creative Environment in Illinois.” Interview by Paul M. Angle. Illinois Bell Telephone, circa 1967
Box 51 Folder 6 Guides, programs, flyers: Columbus, OH cultural venues, [undated]
Box 51 Folder 7 Political: Barack Obama, 2008, undated
Box 51 Folder 8 Political: Bernetta D. Bush, 1992
Box 51 Folder 9 Political: Charles A. Hayes, 1983
Box 51 Folder 10 Political: Che “Rhymefest” Smith, 2010
Box 51 Folder 11 Political: Danny K. Davis, 2008-2010
Box 51 Folder 12 Political: Eugene Sawyer, 1987-1988
Box 51 Folder 13 Political: Harold Washington, 1978-1988
Box 51 Folder 14 Political: Jesse Jackson, 1988
Box 51 Folder 15 Political: Joe Gardner, 1995
Box 51 Folder 16 Political: Leslie Hairston, 2008
Box 51 Folder 17 Political: Roderick T. Sawyer, 2011
Box 51 Folder 18 Political: Roland W. Burris, late 2000s
Box 51 Folder 19 Political: Timuel Black, 1978-
Box 51 Folder 20 Political: William Wallace (Onikwa Bill Wallace), circa 2005
Box 51 Folder 21 Political: Willie B. Cochran, 2011
Box 51 Folder 22 Political: Willye B. White, [undated]
Box 51 Folder 23 Report: [Chicago Department of Housing Subsidized Rental Developments], 1989
Box 51 Folder 24 Report: Chicago Development Plan “Chicago Works Together,” 1984
Box 51 Folder 25 Report: “Developing Humanities-Based Model Courses for a Core Curriculum in Afro-American Studies.” Center for Afro-American Studies and Research, Inc., 1980s
Box 51 Folder 26 Report: Initial Investigation and Program Suggestions. George Williams College Urban Institute for Youth and Community Service, 1974
Box 51 Folder 27 Report: Mayor Harold Washington’s Parent/Community Council Report on Education Reform [at] “Education Summit,” 1988
Box 51 Folder 28 Report: “Toward the Ideological Unity of the African Liberation Support Committee: A Response to Criticisms of the ALSC Statement…adopted at Frogmore…” 1974
Box 51 Folder 29 Report: “Urban America: Goals and Problems.” Congressional Subcommittee on Urban Affairs, circa 1965

Series 11: Pamphlets, 1959-1997

Box 52 Folder 1 Adebisi, Kwesi. Black and Fact: Blacks First True Masons . Columbus, OH: The Family and Npingo (2), 1977
Box 52 Folder 2 Amini, Johari M. (Jewel C. Latimore). An African Frame of Reference . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972
Box 52 Folder 3 Amini, Johari M. (Jewel C. Latimore). Images in Black [2 copies]. Chicago: [Third World Press], 1967
Box 52 Folder 4 Amini, Johari M. (Jewel C. Latimore). Images in Black . Chicago: JC Press, 1967, 1968
Box 52 Folder 5 Amini, Johari M. (Jewel C. Latimore). Let’s Go Some Where . Chicago: Third World Press, 1970
Box 52 Folder 6 Aptheker, Herbert. Dr.Martin Luther King, Vietnamand Civil Rights . New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1967
Box 52 Folder 7 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (Leroi Jones). Beginning of National Movement . Newark, NJ: Jihad Productions, 1972 (first edition)
Box 52 Folder 8 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (Leroi Jones). Black Art . [Newark, NJ]: Jihad, 1966
Box 52 Folder 9 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (Leroi Jones). It’s Nation Time . Chicago: Third World Press, 1970
Box 52 Folder 10 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (Leroi Jones). The Meaning and Development of Revolutionary Kawaida . [Newark, NJ]: [n.p.], 1974
Box 52 Folder 11 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (Leroi Jones). Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note… New York: Totem Press/Corinth Books, 1961
Box 52 Folder 12 Ben-Jochannan, Yosef. A Brief Chronology of the Development and History of the Old and New Testament from Its African and Asian Origins to Its European and European-American Revisions, Versions, etc . New York: Alkebu-lan Books Associates, 1973
Box 52 Folder 13 Ben-Jochannan, Yosef and George E. Simmonds. The Black Man’s North and East Africa . New York: Alkebu-lan Books Associates, 1971
Box 52 Folder 14 Bennett, Lerone and Vincent Harding. IBW and Education for Liberation . Chicago: Third World Press, and Atlanta: Institute for the Black World, 1973
Box 52 Folder 15 Black Americans in Congress, 1870-1977 . By resolution of Congress, 1977
Box 52 Folder 16 The Black Community and Revenue Sharing . Joint Center for Political Studies Public Policy Series. Washington, D.C.: Joint Center for Political Studies, 1973
Box 52 Folder 17 The Black Leadership Family Plan for the Unity, Survival and Progress of Black People . [Washington, D. C.]: Congressional Black Caucus, 1982
Box 52 Folder 18 “Black Panthers in Court.” Article offprint, Yale Review of Law and Social Action, Winter 1970
Box 52 Folder 19 The Black Uprisings: Newark 1967 Report . New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1967
Box 52 Folder 20 Boggs, James. Manifesto for a Black Revolutionary Party . Philadelphia: Pacesetters Publishing House, 1969
Box 52 Folder 21 Boggs, James and Grace. The Awesome Responsibilities of Revolutionary Leadership . Detroit: Committee for Political Development, 1970.
Box 52 Folder 22 Breitman, George. Malcolm X: The Man and His Ideas (1965 speech). New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1965
Box 52 Folder 23 Breitman, George and Herman Porter. The Assassination of Malcolm X . New York: Merit Publishers, 1969
Box 52 Folder 24 Breitman, George and George Edward Novack. Black Nationalism and Socialism . New York: Merit Publishers, 1968
Box 52 Folder 25 Brooks, Gwendolyn. Family Pictures . Detroit: Broadside Press, 1970 (first edition)
Box 52 Folder 26 Brown, Ross D. Afro-American World Almanac . [n.p.], 1943
Box 52 Folder 27 Browne, Robert S. and Robert Vernon. Should the U.S. Be Partitioned into Two Separate and Independent Nations – One a Homeland for White Americans and the Other a Homeland for Black Americans? New York: Merit Publishers, 1968
Box 52 Folder 28 The Case for a Black Party . New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1968
Box 52 Folder 29 Cedric X. [Clark], D. Phillip McGee, Wade Nobles and Na’im Akbar. Voodoo or IQ? An Introduction to African Psychology . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1976
Box 52 Folder 30 Clarke, John Henrik. Black-White Alliances: A Historical Perspective . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, [undated]
Box 52 Folder 31 Cleage, Albert B. and George Breitman. Myths about Malcolm X: Two Views . New York: Merit Publishers, 1968
Box 52 Folder 32 Clower, Robert W. Mainsprings of African Economic Progress . 5th Melville J. Herskovits Memorial Lecture, [n.p.], 1966
Box 53 Folder 1 Congress of African People. Kwanza—the First Fruits: An African Holiday . Institute of Positive Education, 1972
Box 53 Folder 2 Croom, Gladys. Before I Was Black (Part 1): Writings by Gladys Croom . [n.p., undated]
Box 53 Folder 3 Detroit’s Black Heritage:A Partial Guide to People and Places Significant in the History of Detroit and Its Black Community . Detroit: Detroit Historical Museum, 1975 (2nd edition)
Box 53 Folder 4 Diggs, Alfred. Naturally Black . Alfred Diggs, 1968
Box 53 Folder 5 Diggs, Alfred. The Plain Poet . Alfred Diggs, 1968
Box 53 Folder 6 Drake, St. Clair. The American Dream and the Negro: 100 Years of Freedom? Occasional Paper 9, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial . Chicago: Roosevelt University, 1963
Box 53 Folder 7 Drake, St. Clair. The Redemption of African and Black Religion . Chicago: Third World Press, 1970
Box 53 Folder 8 Ebon (Ebon Dooley). Revolution: A Poem . Chicago: Third World Press, 1968
Box 53 Folder 9 Echoes of Malcolm X . [Harlem, NY]: [n.p., undated]
Box 53 Folder 10 Edwards, Adolph. Marcus Garvey (1887-1940) . London: New Beacon Publications, 1967
Box 53 Folder 11 Floyd, Tom. Harold . Tom Floyd, [undated]
Box 53 Folder 12 Fuller, Hoyt W. The Turning of the Wheel, /or Are Black Men Serious? Chicago: Institute for Positive Education, 1972
Box 53 Folder 13 Green, Richard L., ed. Historic Black Firsts (Vol. 7) . Chicago: Empak Enterprises, Inc., [undated]
Box 53 Folder 14 Halisi, Clyde. Kitabu, Beginning Concepts in Kawaida . Los Angeles: US Organization, 1971
Box 53 Folder 15 Halisi, Clyde and James Mtume, eds. The Quotable Karenga . Los Angeles: US Organization, 1967
Box 53 Folder 16 Hamilton, Charles J., Jr. The Black Student on the White Campus . Cooperative Program for Educational Opportunity, printed at the Carl Purington Rollins Printing Office of the Yale University Press, 1967
Box 53 Folder 17 Hamilton, Charles J., Jr., and Lee S. Smith, Michael D. Robinson, George E. Williamson, eds. Collegeand the Black Student: How Do I Pay for It, How Do I Get In? Harvard Student Agencies, Inc., 1969
Box 53 Folder 18 Hayes, Floyd W., III. “The Concept of Double Vision in Richard Wright’s The Outsider .” In Existence in Black: An Anthology of Black Existential Philosophy . Lewis R. Gordon, ed. Routledge, 1997
Box 53 Folder 19 Hayes, Floyd W., III. Structures of Dominance and the Political Economy of Black Higher Education in a Technocratic Era: A Theoretical Framework . [Washington, D.C.]: Institute for the Study of Educational Policy, Howard University, 1981 (2 copies)
Box 53 Folder 20 Huey Newton Talks to the Movement . San Francisco: Students for a Democratic Society, 1968.
Box 53 Folder 21 Imari, Brother (Richard B. Henry). War in America: The Malcolm X Doctrine . Detroit: The Malcolm X Society, Octavia Henry Abadele, 1968 (revised edition)
Box 53 Folder 22 Jackson, John G. Black Reconstruction in South Carolina . Austin, TX: American Atheist Press, 1987
Box 53 Folder 23 Jackson, Spencer. Black Survival . Chicago: S. and E. Publishing House, [undated]
Box 53 Folder 24 Janowitz, Morris. Social Control of Escalated Riots . Chicago: University of Chicago Center for Policy Study, 1968
Box 53 Folder 25 Jarman, Joseph. Black Case: Return from Exile (Volume I & II). Chicago: Art Ensemble of Chicago Publishing Co., 1977
Box 53 Folder 26 Jess, Tyehimba. When niggas love Revolution … like they love the bulls: ransom notes from tyehimba jess . Chicago: Tyehimba Jess, 1993
Box 53 Folder 27 Lightfoot, Claude. Black Power and Liberation: A Communist View . New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1967
Box 54 Folder 1 Listen for the Jazz: Key Notes in Columbus History . Columbus, OH: Arts Foundation of Olde Towne, 1990
Box 54 Folder 2 Love, Dorothy, ed. A Salute to Historic Black Women . Chicago: Empak Enterprises, Inc., [undated]
Box 54 Folder 3 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). Au Naturel: A Poetic Statement on Blackness . [Chicago: Don L. Lee], 1967
Box 54 Folder 4 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). black pride . Detroit: Broadside Press, 1968
Box 54 Folder 5 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). think black! Chicago: nu-Ace Social Printers, 1967
Box 54 Folder 6 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). think black! Detroit: Broadside Press (revised edition: New Black Words ), 1967
Box 54 Folder 7 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). We Walk the Way of the New World . Detroit: Broadside Press, 1970
Box 54 Folder 8 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee) and Jawanza Kunjufu. Black People and the Coming Depression . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1975
Box 54 Folder 9 Malcolm X. Two Speeches by Malcolm X . New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1965
Box 54 Folder 10 Malcolm X Talks to Young People . New York: Young Socialist, 1965
Box 54 Folder 11 Marxism and the Negro Struggle . New York: Merit Publishers, 1965, 1968
Box 54 Folder 12 McLawler, Frances T. Smith. Gems of Life in Remembrance of Him . Indianapolis: Fox Printing Company, 1963
Box 54 Folder 13 Minett, J. The Only Way: A Dedication to the Colored People . Chicago: McTeb, 1963 (second printing)
Box 54 Folder 14 Mumininas Committee for Unified NewArk. Mwanamke Mwananchi (The Nationalist Woman) . Newark, NJ: Jihad Productions, 1971 (2 copies)
Box 54 Folder 15 The National Broadcasting Company Presents Meet the Press. with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Roy Wilkins, Whitney M. Young, Jr., Floyd McKissick, Stokley Carmichael and James H. Meredith . Washington, D.C.: Merkle Press, Inc., 1966
Box 54 Folder 16 Nekam, Alexander. Experiences in African Customary Law . Third Melville J. Herskovits Memorial Lecture, [n.p.], 1966
Box 54 Folder 17 Newton, Huey P. Essays from the Minister of Defense . [San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1968]
Box 54 Folder 18 Nkrumah, Osgayefo Dr. Kwame. Peace! The World from African Eyes . Chicago: Afro-American Heritage Association, 1960
Box 54 Folder 19 Nyerere, Julius K. Ujamaa—the Basis of African Socialism . [n.p., undated]
Box 54 Folder 20 Olumo (Jim Cunningham). The Blue Narrator . Chicago: Third World Press, 1974
Box 54 Folder 21 Onli, Turtel. Nog is Back! Chicago: Onli Studios, 1994
Box 54 Folder 22 Onli, Turtel. Sustah-Girl: Queen of the Black Age (No. 1) . Chicago: Onli Studios, 1993
Box 54 Folder 23 Outlaw, Lucius T. “Philosophy, Hermeneutics, Social-Political Theory: Critical Thought in the Interest of African-Americans.” In Philosophy Born of Struggle: Anthology of Afro-American Philosophy from 1917 . Leonard Harris, ed. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque IA, [undated]
Box 54 Folder 24 Peregrind-Brimah, Najib . Architecture for Afrikans . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972
Box 54 Folder 25 Perkins, Useni Eugene (Eugene Perkins). An Apology to My African Brother and Other Poems . Chicago: Adams Press, 1965
Box 54 Folder 26 Perkins, Useni Eugene (Eugene Perkins), ed. Black Expressions: An Anthology of New Black Poets . Chicago: Conda’s Printing, YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, 1967
Box 54 Folder 27 Randall, Dudley. After the Killing . Chicago: Third World Press, 1973
Box 54 Folder 28 Reddy, T.J. Poems in One-Part Harmony . Chapel Hill: Carolina Wren Press, 1980
Box 55 Folder 1 Rodgers, Carolyn. Songs of a Black Bird . Chicago: Third World Press, 1969, 1973
Box 55 Folder 2 Rodney, Walter. The Groundings with My Brothers . London: Bogle-L’Ouverture Publications, 1969, 1970
Box 55 Folder 3 Rogers, J.A. 100 Amazing Facts about the Negro with Complete Proof: A Short Cut to the World History of the Negro . New York: Helga M. Rogers, 1957 (1970 edition)
Box 55 Folder 4 Rogers, J.A. The Real Facts about Ethiopia . Baltimore: Black Classic Press, 1982 (revised edition)
Box 55 Folder 5 Rowe, Cyprian Lamar. Crisis in African Studies: The Birth of the African Heritage Studies Association . Buffalo, NY: Black Academy Press, Inc., 1970 (offprint, Black Academy Review, Fall 1970)
Box 55 Folder 6 Royster, Philip M. The Back Door . Chicago: Third World Press, 1971, 1973
Box 55 Folder 7 Sadaukai, Mwalimu Owusu (Howard Fuller). The Condition of Black People in the 1970s . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972
Box 55 Folder 8 Semmes, Clovis E. (Jabulani Makalani). “Music and the Resurgence of Black Culture in Chicago; Phil Cohran and the Affro-Arts Theater.” [undated]
Box 55 Folder 9 Shabazz, Hannibal Barcar (Robert C. Butler). Handbook on Building Revolutionary Pan African Communalism—Ujamma . Chicago: All African Peoples Alliance, 1971
Box 55 Folder 10 Shakari, Batu A. (David E. Beverly). Building the Kingdom of God Upon Earth . David E. Beverly, 1970
Box 55 Folder 11 Shepperson, George. Joseph Booth and the Africanist Diaspora . Tenth Melville J. Herskovits Memorial Lecture, [n.p.], 1972.
Box 55 Folder 12 Shepperson, George . Myth and Reality in Malawi . Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1966
Box 55 Folder 13 Sorell, V.A., ed. Guide to Chicago Murals: Yesterday and Today . Chicago Council on Fine Arts, 1979
Box 55 Folder 14 Swahili Name Book . Newark, NJ: Jihad Productions, 1971
Box 55 Folder 15 Thomas, Tony. In Defense of Black Nationalism: An Answer to the Communist Party and Young Workers Liberation League . New York: Pathfinder Press, 1971
Box 55 Folder 16 Toppin, Edgar A. Blacks in America: Then and Now . Boston: Christian Science Publishing Society, 1969 (offprint)
Box 55 Folder 17 Travis, Dempsey J. “Billy Eckstine, ‘The Ballad Singer of the Century.’” Urban Jazz Series, Vol. III . Chicago: Urban Research Press, Inc., 1994
Box 55 Folder 18 Travis, Dempsey J. “Cab Calloway, ‘The King of Hi-De-Ho.’” Urban Jazz Series Vol. VI . Chicago: Urban Research Press, Inc., 1994
Box 55 Folder 19 Travis, Dempsey J. “Joe Williams, ‘Every Day I Have the Blues.’” Urban Jazz Series Vol. IV . Chicago: Urban Research Press, Inc., 1994
Box 55 Folder 20 The Universal Association of Ethiopian Women, Inc.: A Brief History . Brooklyn, NY: Bed-Stuy Printing Plant, [1972]
Box 55 Folder 21 Vernon, Robert. The Black Ghetto . New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1964
Box 55 Folder 22 Ward, Francis. “Super Fly” A Political and Cultural Condemnation by the Kuumba Workshop . Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, Black Pages Series, 1972
Box 55 Folder 23 Welsing, Frances Cress. The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy) (A Psycho-Genetic Theory and World Outlook) . Frances L. Cress Welsing, 1969
Box 55 Folder 24 Weston, Rubin F., ed. Blacks in Ohio History . Ohio American Revolution Bicentennial Advisory Commission Series No. 4. Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society, 1976
Box 55 Folder 25 Wilkman, Jon Kurt. Black Americans from Colonial Days to the Present . New York: Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation, 1969
Box 55 Folder 26 Wilks, Ivor . Political Bi-Polarity in Nineteenth Century Asante . Ninth Melville J. Herskovits Memorial Lecture, [n.p.], 1970
Box 55 Folder 27 Wiltse, Charles M., ed. David Walker’s Appeal . New York: American Century Series, Hill and Wang, 1965
Box 55 Folder 28 Wimberli, Sigemonde Kharlos. Ghetto Scenes: Poems . Chicago: Free Black Press, 1968
Box 55 Folder 29 The World Black Revolution: Unite or Perish! [n.p., undated]

Series 12: Serial Publications, 1945-2011

Box 56 1 The Academy (Michigan State University), 1992-1993
Box 56 2 Africa and the World (London), 1967-1969
Box 56 3 Africa Development (Quarterly Journal, Council for the Development of Economic & Social Research in Africa), 1976
Box 56 4 Africa Must Unite (UFOMI, Inc., Chicago), 1973
Box 56 5 African Agenda (African American Solidarity Committee, Chicago), 1972-1973
Box 56 6 African American Chronicle (San Francisco), 1991
Box 56 7 African American Community Annual (AACA) (Columbus, OH), circa 1997
Box 56 8 African American Review (MLA), 1996
Box 56 9 African-American Studies (Virginia Commonwealth University), 1997
Box 56 10 African Caribbean World View (Chicago), 1981
Box 56 11 Afri-News (Afri-Ware, Broadview, IL), 1994
Box 56 12 Afro-America (Brooklyn, NY), 1966-1967
Box 56 13 Afro-American Organization (Chicago State University), 1975
Box 56 14 Afro-American Review (Howard University), 1968
Box 56 15 Al Qalam (Chicago), 1980
Box 56 16 A.M.E. Repor t (Grace Tabernacle A.M.E. Church, TN), 1977
Box 56 17 American Legacy (RJR Communications and Forbes, Inc.), 1997-1998
Box 56 18 American Legacy Woman (RJR Communications and Forbes, Inc.), 2003
Box 56 19 American Visions (Visions Foundation, Washington, D.C.), 1987
Box 57 1 As Sauti “The Voice” (Columbus, OH), 2001
Box 57 2 ASALH Newsletter (Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History), 1973
Box 57 3 Association of Afrikan Historians Newsletter , circa 1975-1976
Box 57 4 BeBop and Beyond (Creative Music Collective, Los Angeles), 1986
Box 57 5 Black Action News (students, University of Pittsburgh), 1969
Box 57 6 Black Agenda, The (National Black Political Assembly), 1980
Box 57 7 Black Arts Celebration Newsletter (Chicago), [undated]
Box 57 8 Black Canvas, The (Sargent Johnson Gallery), 1989
Box 57 9 Black Collegian, The (New Orleans), 1971, 1980
Box 57 10 Black Consumer Digest (Communicon, Inc., Chicago), 1972
Box 57 11 Black Cultural Center News (Purdue University), 1992
Box 57 12 Black Dialogue (San Francisco), 1966
Box 57 13 Black Expression (alt.: Black Expressions ) Journal of Literature and Art (Chicago), circa 1968-1969
Box 57 14 Black Ghetto, The (Philadelphia), 1972-1973
Box 57 15 Black Gold [Eastern Michigan University], 1994
Box 57 16 Black Issues Book Review (Fairfax, VA), 1999
Box 57 17 Black Law Journal (Black World Foundation), 1971
Box 57 18 Black Law Journal , 1971
Box 57 19 Black Law Journal , 1971
Box 57 20 Black Law Journal , 1972
Box 57 21 Black Law Journal , 1972
Box 57 22 Black Liberation Month News 85 (Chicago Peoples College), 1985
Box 57 23 Black Liberator, The (Black Lib-eration Alliance, Inc.), 1969
Box 57 24 Black Male/Female Relationships (Black Think Tanks, San Francisco), 1981-1982
Box 58 1 Black Masks (Bronx, NY), 2000
Box 58 2 Black Nation, The (Journal of African American Thought), 1982-1986
Box 58 3 Black New-Ark (Newark, NJ), 1973
Box 58 4 Black News (Brooklyn, NY), 1974
Box 58 5 Black News (Brooklyn, NY), 1975-1977
Box 58 6 Black News (Brooklyn, NY), 1979
Box 58 7 Black News (Brooklyn, NY), 1980-1982
Box 58 8 Black News (Brooklyn, NY), 1983-1984
Box 58 9 Black News (Newark, NJ), 1969-1970
Box 58 10 Black Parent, The (National Black Parents Association), 1976
Box 58 11 Black Politician, The (A Journal of Current Political Thought), 1970-1971
Box 59 1 Black Scholar (Journal of Black Studies and Research, Black World Foundation), 1970
Box 59 2 Black Studies Journal (San Francisco State University Black Studies Department), 1989
Box 59 3 Black Theater Bulletin (LaMont Zeno Community Theater, Better Boys Foundation), 1974
Box 59 4 Black Theatre (Black Theatre Movement, New Lafayette Theatre, NY), 1968, 1972
Box 59 5 Black World, The (All African People Alliance) “Unite or Perish,” 1970
Box 59 6 Blackboard, The (Northwestern University), 1980-1983
Box 59 7 Blackbook: Minority Business and Reference Guide (Chicago), 1974
Box 59 8 Blacklight (University of Chicago), 2005
Box 59 9 Blackout (Dartmouth College Afro-American Society), 1967
Box 59 10 Blacks and Jews at Wellesley News , 1993
Box 59 11 BlackStage (Black Theatre Alliance of Chicago), 1981-1989
Box 59 12 Book News (African American Book Centers), 1991
Box 59 13 Brandeis Black Bulletin (from Ford Hall), 1969
Box 59 14 BUEC Source, The (Black Undergraduate Engineering Council), 1994-1995
Box 59 15 BWC News (Black Women’s Committee, Chicago), 1969
Box 59 16 CCC in Action (Chicago City Colleges), 2003-2004
Box 59 17 CCC Notebook (Chicago City Colleges), 2001
Box 59 18 CETA Insights (Mayor’s Office of Manpower/Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago), 1978
Box 59 19 Chamber Report The (National Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc.), 2000
Box 59 20 ChathamCitizen (Chicago), 1970
Box 59 21 ChicagoCrusader, The (Militant Voice of the People), 2008-2011
Box 59 22 ChicagoJazz Magazine , 1992-2009
Box 59 23 ChicagoJazz Weekly , 1991
Box 59 24 ChicagoJournalism Review , 1969
Box 60 1 ChicagoMaroon (University of Chicago), 2008
Box 60 2 ChicagoObserver, The , 1983, 2003
Box 60 3 ChicagoReporter, The , 1989-1990
Box 60 4 ChicagoStreetwise , 2009
Box 60 5 CODA Magazine (Canada), 1975-1981
Box 60 6 Collegiate Griot, The (Chicago), 2003
Box 60 7 Community Newspages (Houston)
Box 60 8 Communiviews (Black Teacher, Parent, Student Coalition), 1970-1972
Box 60 9 Congressman Gus Savage Reports (Chicago), 1981
Box 60 10 Constituent, The (AfriCare), 1992
Box 60 11 Contributions in Black Studies (Five Colleges, Inc.), 1980-1981
Box 60 12 CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), 1973
Box 60 13 Counseling Psychologist, The (American Psychological Association), 1970
Box 60 14 CraneCollegeClarion (Chicago Community Colleges), 1968
Box 60 15 Creativity (Sutherland Community Arts Initiative), 2002-2005
Box 60 16 Crisis, The (NAACP), 1967
Box 60 17 Crusader Newsletter, The (Robert F. Williams “in exile”), 1967-1969
Box 60 18 Culture Matters (African American Diaspora Review, Chicago), 2000
Box 60 19 Dimensions (Ohio State University), 1996
Box 60 20 Dollars and Sense (Chicago), 1979, 1983
Box 60 21 Downbeat (Chicago), 1978-1984
Box 61 1 Drama Review, The (New York), 1968
Box 61 2 Drum, The (Georgia State University, Department African American Studies), 2002
Box 61 3 DuSableMuseum (Chicago), 2002
Box 61 4 Ebony Man (Johnson Publishing Company, Chicago), 1989
Box 61 5 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine, Arlington, VA), 1995 February
Box 61 6 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1995 March
Box 61 7 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1995 July-August
Box 61 8 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1996 May
Box 61 9 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1996 June
Box 61 10 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1996 September
Box 61 11 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1997 September
Box 61 12 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1998 February
Box 61 13 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1998 May
Box 61 14 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1998 October
Box 61 15 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 1999 March
Box 61 16 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 2000 February
Box 61 17 Emerge (Black America’s News Magazine), 2000 June
Box 61 18 EnglewoodConnector (Chicago), 2010
Box 61 19 EnglewoodNews (Englewood High School), 1956-1957
Box 61 20 Essence (Hollingsworth Group, NY), 1970, 1973
Box 62 1 Etu Shauri “Our Opinion” (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 1970-1971
Box 62 2 EvanstonSentinel (Evanston, IL), 2006
Box 62 3 Evening Press (Chicago City Colleges – Wilson College), 1968-1969
Box 62 4 Excellence (Chicago State University), 1994
Box 62 5 FirstWorld (International Journal of Black Thought), 1977
Box 62 6 FirstWorld (International Journal of Black Thought), 1978-1980
Box 62 7 Flaming Crescent, The (Independent Grassroots Newsletter, Chicago), 1993
Box 62 8 Forge (Citizens for Harold Washington, Chicago), 1981
Box 62 9 Freedom Unlimited (Chicago), 1972
Box 62 10 Fundisha! Teach! (Council of Independent Black Institutions), 1981-circa 1983
Box 62 11 F.Y.I. (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 2005-2009
Box 62 12 Garvey’s Voice (Philadelphia), 1974-1983
Box 62 13 Gathering Quarterly, The (The Gathering of Professionals), 1999
Box 62 14 Ghanaian Voice (Unigan), 1994
Box 62 15 Giant Steps (John Coltrane Society), 1986
Box 62 16 Golden Legacy Illustrated History Magazine (Baylor Publications, Seattle), 1983
Box 62 17 Great Lakes Jazz Letter (Great Lakes Jazz Alliance), [undated]
Box 62 18 History and Heritage Magazine (Chicago), 1990
Box 62 19 HU Newsletter (Howard University), 1969
Box 62 20 In Sync Chicago (Arts Midwest), 1994
Box 63 1 Inform (Arts Midwest), 1993-1997
Box 63 2 Instituteof Positive Education News (Chicago), 1981
Box 63 3 Interim (Special Issue; Atlanta), 1986
Box 63 4 I ssues (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 1996-1997
Box 63 5 Jazz Calendar (Arts Midwest), 1990
Box 63 6 Jazz in Chicago , 2005
Box 63 7 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1986
Box 63 8 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1987-1988
Box 63 9 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1989
Box 63 10 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1990
Box 63 11 J azz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1991
Box 63 12 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1992
Box 63 13 Jazz Letter Arts Midwest), 1993
Box 63 14 Jazz Letter (Arts Midwest), 1993-1994
Box 63 15 Jazz Times (formerly Radio Free Jazz , Silver Spring, MD ), 1982, 1991
Box 63 16 Jazzgram (Jazz Institute of Chicago), 1989
Box 63 17 Jet (Johnson Publishing Company, Chicago), 1993, 2007
Box 63 18 Journal of Black Poetry (San Francisco), 1967
Box 63 19 Journal of Ordinary Thought (Neighborhood Writing Alliance), 2000-2001
Box 64 1 Justice Speaks (Black Workers for Justice, Raleigh, NC), 1994
Box 64 2 KA [Student Government Opinion, Southern Illinois University], 1967
Box 64 3 Kitabu (Kent State University), 1983
Box 64 4 Krewe News (Columbus, OH), 1998-1999
Box 64 5 Kuumba News (Kuumba Workshop, Chicago), 1972-1973
Box 64 6 Liberator (Afro-American Research Institute, New York), 1966
Box 64 7 Liberator (Afro-American Research Institute, New York), 1967
Box 64 8 Liberator (Afro-American Research Institute, New York), 1968
Box 64 9 Liberator (Afro-American Research Institute, New York), 1969
Box 64 10 Liberator (Afro-American Research Institute, New York), 1970
Box 65 1 Living Blues (Chicago), 1973
Box 65 2 Magic Notes (eta Creative Arts Foundation), 1989-2003
Box 65 3 MalcolmX CollegeNewsletter (Chicago City Colleges), 1969-1970
Box 65 4 Malcolm X-Press (Chicago Community Colleges – Malcolm X College), 1991, 2009
Box 65 5 Mentoring Visions (Chicago State University), 1994
Box 65 6 Message Magazine, The (Southern Publishing Association, Nashville, TN), 1983
Box 65 7 Mid South Street Journal (Chicago), 1995
Box 65 8 Midwest Black Theatre Alliance (Milwaukee), 1984
Box 65 9 Midwest Jazz (Arts Midwest), 1994-1997
Box 65 10 Midwest Jazz (Midwest Jazz Society), 1997
Box 65 11 Monitor, The (Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism), 1989
Box 65 12 Muhammad Speaks (Chicago), 1971, 1978
Box 65 13 National Leader 1984, The (Conventions), 1984
Box 65 14 NBIP Party Line (National Black Independent Political Party), 1981
Box 65 15 N’Cobra News (National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America),
1998
Box 65 16 Negro History Bulletin (Association for the Study of Negro Life and History), 1977
Box 65 17 Negro Story (Chicago), 1945
Box 65 18 New Afrikan Journal, The (Malcolm X Party), circa 1980-1981
Box 65 19 New Leader, The (American Labor Conference on International Affairs), 1966
Box 66 1 New Sense (Northwestern University African American Students), 1978,1980
Box 66 2 New Yorker, The , 1996
Box 66 3 Newsweek , 1981, 1983, 1995
Box 66 4 Nkombo (quarterly journal of neo-african/american culture), 1975-1978
Box 66 5 Nommo (Association for Black Culture Centers), 1994
Box 66 6 NOMMO (OBAC), 1969-circa 1995
Box 66 7 Nommo (Purdue University), 1995
Box 66 8 OaklandTribune (California), 1991
Box 66 9 Observer (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 2004
Box 66 10 OSUBlack Studies Community Extension Center News (Ohio State University), 1986-1987
Box 66 11 Pan-African Reader II (African Association for Black Studies), 1972-1973
Box 66 12 Prism (Ohio State University African American and African Studies), 1988-2000
Box 66 13 Proud Parent Journal (Black Star Projects, Chicago), 2003-2006
Box 66 14 Realist, The (New York), 1967
Box 66 15 Review of Black Political Economy (Black Economic Research Center, New York), 1971
Box 67 1 Rhythm and News (Jazz Record Mart), 1985, 2001-2005
Box 67 2 Roosevelt Today (Roosevelt University), 1988
Box 67 3 Satin (Columbus, OH), 1985
Box 67 4 SelmaUniversityChronicle, The , 1985
Box 67 5 SGA (Student Government Association) (Chicago City Colleges – Olive-Harvey College), 1980
Box 67 6 SouthEast Residents for Justice Newsletter (Chicago), 2000
Box 67 7 South Side Scoop (Chicago), 1991
Box 67 8 Sphinx (Alpha Phi Alpha), 1970
Box 67 9 STOP (Southside Together Organizing for Power, Chicago), 2007
Box 67 10 Through the Years: Black History in Champaign County (IL) , 1995-1998
Box 67 11 Tony Brown’s Journal (New York), 1985
Box 67 12 Torch, The (Roosevelt University), 1972, 1989
Box 67 13 Truth, The (Midwest Gap), 2007
Box 67 14 TV Week , 1989
Box 67 15 Ufahamu (University of California at UCLA African Studies Center), 1972
Box 67 16 Ujamaa News (Ujamaa Bookstore, Columbus, OH), 2002
Box 67 17 Umoja (Third International Black Power Congress), circa 1971
Box 67 18 University of Chicago School Review , 1973
Box 67 19 Universityof PennsylvaniaLaw Review , 1992
Box 67 20 WakatiWa Taita (Midwest Regional Congress of African People), 1970
Box 67 21 WBEZ Radio Guide (Chicago), 1980-1982
Box 67 22 We Must Come Together (Mansong Kulubally), [undated]
Box 67 23 West Side Torch (West Side Organization), 1968
Box 67 24 Who Controls Black Destiny (Center for Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University), 1970s
Box 67 25 Woodlawn Observer, The (The Woodlawn Organization, Chicago), 2002, 2010
Box 67 26 WYCC-TV Magazine (Chicago City Colleges)
2004-2006

Sub-series 1: Oversize Serial Publications

Box 68 1 Black Book Review (QBR) (New York), 1996
Box 68 2 Black Books Bulletin: Words Work (Chicago), 1991-1992
Box 68 3 Black Business Listings (Oakland-San Francisco Bay Area), 1995-2008
Box 68 4 Black Panther, The (San Francisco), 1967-1975
Box 68 5 Black Unity (Carbondale, IL), 1968
Box 68 6 Black X-Press News (Chicago), 2006-2007
Box 68 7 Blowin’ (Forum for the Evolution of Progressive Arts—FEPA), 1983
Box 68 8 Bronzeville Metropolis (Chicago), 2010
Box 68 9 Bulletin (Chicago Independent Bulletin), 2009
Box 68 10 CaliforniaVoice , 1983
Box 68 11 Call & Post (Columbus, OH), 2008
Box 68 12 CapitalCity Courier (Springfield, IL), 2007
Box 68 13 Chatham-Southeast Citizen (Chicago), 1997
Box 69 1 ChicagoDefender , 1995-2006
Box 69 2 ChicagoEducator (Chicago Public Schools), 2000
Box 69 3 ChicagoJournal (South Side Free Newsweekly), 1979
Box 69 4 ChicagoReader , 1987
Box 69 5 Chicago-South Suburban News , 1970
Box 69 6 ChicagoStandard News , 2006-2010
Box 69 7 ChicagoStandard Newspaper , 2010
Box 69 8 Collegian, The (Rockford College), 1965
Box 69 9 ColumbusBlack Communicator, The (Ohio), 1989, 1991
Box 69 10 ColumbusPost (Ohio), 2003
Box 69 11 Daily Northwestern, The (Northwestern University), 1973
Box 69 12 Ebony (Johnson Publishing Company, Chicago), 1954 (December), 1969, 1989
Box 69 13 EnglewoodExpress (Chicago), 1984
Box 69 14 Festival Review (Columbus, OH), 1995
Box 69 15 Final Call, The (Chicago), 1988-1995, 1980 excerpt
Box 70 1 HamptonClark News (Chicago City Colleges – Olive-Harvey College), 1976-1982
Box 70 2 Haymarket (Chicago), 1982-1985
Box 70 3 Hyde ParkCitizen (Chicago), 1987-2008
Box 70 4 In Exile (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy King College), 1969
Box 70 5 Inner City Voice [“Sauti”],The (Detroit), 1969
Box 70 6 Jam Sessions (Chicago), 1987-1993
Box 70 7 Kennedy-King Press (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy King College, 1969-1972
Box 70 8 Light, The (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 1998
Box 70 9 Militant, The (New York), 1968
Box 70 10 Movement, The (San Francisco), 1967
Box 70 11 New African, The (Republic of New Africa, Detroit), 1968
Box 70 12 New Afrikan , The (Republic of New Afrika, Washington, D.C.), circa 1979-1984
Box 71 1 Nightmoves (souvenir issue “Jazz Comes Home,” South Shore Country Club Park, Chicago), 1982-1985
Box 71 2 Observer, The (Chicago), 1971-1975
Box 71 3 Press, The (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 1995
Box 71 4 Progressive, The (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 2006-2010
Box 71 5 Pure News USA (Springfield, IL), 2007
Box 71 6 Residents’ Journal (We the People Media, Chicago), 2010
Box 71 7 Revolutionary Times (Chicago), 1995
Box 71 8 Rollingout.com (Chicago), 2009
Box 71 9 SOBU Newsletter (Student Organization for Black Unity), 1971
Box 71 10 South StreetJournal (Chicago), 2006-2010
Box 71 11 Southern Patriot, The (Southern Conference Educational Fund), 1967
Box 71 12 Spectrum (Washington, D.C.), 1969
Box 71 13 Statement, The (Chicago City Colleges – Kennedy-King College), 2001
Box 71 14 Substance (Substitutes United for Better Schools, Chicago), 1983
Box 71 15 Sunnyside (Chicago), 2010
Box 71 16 Tempo (Chicago State College), 1968
Box 71 17 Third World, The (Chicago City Colleges – Loop College), 1969
Box 71 18 20th Ward Community Leade r (Chicago), 2006
Box 71 19 Village Voice (New York), 1985
Box 71 20 Westside Mandate (Chicago), 1973
Box 71 21 WilsonCollege Press (Chicago City Colleges – Wilson Junior College), 1966-1969
Box 72 1 Black X-Press (Lu Palmer, Chicago), 1973-1974
Box 73 1 N’Digo (Chicago), 1990-2011

Series 13: Clippings, 1965-2010

Sub-series 1: Clippings Compiled by Leonard Wash

Box 74 Folder 1 Clippings, 1965-1967
Box 74 Folder 2 Clippings, 1968 January – August
Box 74 Folder 3 Clippings, 1968 September – December
Box 74 Folder 4 Clippings, 1969
Box 74 Folder 5 Clippings, 1970
Box 74 Folder 6 Clippings, 1971
Box 74 Folder 7 Clippings, 1972
Box 74 Folder 8 Clippings, 1973 January – June
Box 74 Folder 9 Clippings, 1973 July – December
Box 74 Folder 10 Clippings, 1974 January – June
Box 74 Folder 11 Clippings, 1974 July – December
Box 74 Folder 12 Clippings, 1975
Box 74 Folder 13 Clippings, 1976
Box 74 Folder 14 Clippings, 1977 January – June
Box 74 Folder 15 Clippings, 1977 July – December
Box 74 Folder 16 Clippings, 1978 January – June
Box 74 Folder 17 Clippings, 1978 July – December
Box 74 Folder 18 Clippings, 1979 January – June
Box 74 Folder 19 Clippings, 1979 July – December
Box 75 Folder 1 Clippings, 1980 January – March
Box 75 Folder 2 Clippings, 1980 April – December
Box 75 Folder 3 Clippings, 1981 January – May
Box 75 Folder 4 Clippings, 1981 June – October
Box 75 Folder 5 Clippings, 1981 November – December
Box 75 Folder 6 Clippings, 1982 January – April
Box 75 Folder 7 Clippings, 1982 May – September
Box 75 Folder 8 Clippings, 1982 October – December
Box 75 Folder 9 Clippings, 1983 January – May
Box 75 Folder 10 Clippings, 1983 June – December
Box 75 Folder 11 Clippings, 1984 January – May
Box 75 Folder 12 Clippings, 1984 June – September
Box 75 Folder 13 Clippings, 1984 October – December
Box 76 Folder 1 Clippings, 1985 January – May
Box 76 Folder 2 Clippings, 1985 June – August
Box 76 Folder 3 Clippings, 1985 September – December
Box 76 Folder 4 Clippings, 1986 January – June
Box 76 Folder 5 Clippings, 1986 July – December
Box 76 Folder 6 Clippings, 1987 January – June
Box 76 Folder 7 Clippings, 1987 July – December
Box 76 Folder 8 Clippings, 1988
Box 76 Folder 9 Clippings, 1989
Box 76 Folder 10 Clippings, 1990-1991
Box 76 Folder 11 Clippings, 1992
Box 76 Folder 12 Clippings, 1993-1994
Box 76 Folder 13 Clippings, 1995
Box 76 Folder 14 Clippings, 1996-1997
Box 76 Folder 15 Clippings, 1998-1999
Box 76 Folder 16 Clippings, 2000
Box 76 Folder 17 Clippings, 2001
Box 76 Folder 18 Clippings, 2002
Box 77 Folder 1 Clippings, 2003
Box 77 Folder 2 Clippings, 2004
Box 77 Folder 3 Clippings, 2005 January – June
Box 77 Folder 4 Clippings, 2005 July – December
Box 77 Folder 5 Clippings, 2006 January – June
Box 77 Folder 6 Clippings, 2006 July – December
Box 77 Folder 7 Clippings, 2007 January – June
Box 77 Folder 8 Clippings, 2007 July – December
Box 77 Folder 9 Clippings, 2008 January – June
Box 77 Folder 10 Clippings, 2008 July – December
Box 77 Folder 11 Clippings, 2009 January – June
Box 77 Folder 12 Clippings, 2009 July – December
Box 77 Folder 13 Clippings, 2010 January - June
Box 77 Folder 14 Clippings, 2010 July – December
Box 77 Folder 15 Clippings, 2011
Box 78 Folder 1 Clippings, [undated] 1 of 2
Box 78 Folder 2 Clippings, [undated] 2 of 2
Box 78 Folder 3 Clippings, Columbus, OH 1980-1999
Box 78 Folder 4 Clippings, Columbus, OH 2000-2010

Sub-series 2: Obituaries Compiled by Leonard Wash

Box 78 Folder 5 Obituaries: A
Box 78 Folder 6 Obituaries: B
Box 78 Folder 7 Obituaries: C
Box 78 Folder 8 Obituaries: D
Box 78 Folder 9 Obituaries: E
Box 78 Folder 10 Obituaries: F
Box 78 Folder 11 Obituaries: G
Box 78 Folder 12 Obituaries: H
Box 78 Folder 13 Obituaries: J
Box 78 Folder 14 Obituaries: K
Box 78 Folder 15 Obituaries: L
Box 78 Folder 16 Obituaries: M
Box 78 Folder 17 Obituaries: N
Box 78 Folder 18 Obituaries: O
Box 78 Folder 19 Obituaries: P
Box 78 Folder 20 Obituaries: R
Box 78 Folder 21 Obituaries: S
Box 78 Folder 22 Obituaries: T
Box 78 Folder 23 Obituaries: U – V
Box 78 Folder 24 Obituaries: W – Z

Series 14: Photographs, 1959-2008

Box 79 1 Wash, Leonard. 1966-1967. Photo by Tommie Hill
Box 79 2 Wash, Leonard, and Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore). At Ellis’ Bookstore, 1967. Photo by Tommie Hill
Box 79 3 Wash, Leonard, and Johari Amini (Jewel C. Latimore). At the Wall of Respect, 1967. Photo by Tommie Hill
Box 79 4 Wash, Leonard. At Wilson Junior College intramural track event, 1959. Original photo by Louis Green/Greer
Box 79 5 Wash, Leonard. At Wilson Junior College intramural track event, 1959. Original photo by Louis Green/Greer
Box 79 6 Wash, Leonard. With three unidentified persons, [undated]
Box 79 7 Wash, Leonard. Trophy from Windy City Marathon, 3rd place, 1965
Box 79 8 Wash, Leonard. Papers in hall closet, 2002
Box 79 9 Wash, Leonard. Papers in hall closet, 2003
Box 79 10 Black, Timuel. At Coleman Branch, Chicago Public Library, 2004
Box 79 11 Brooks, Gwendolyn. At book signing, circa 2002
Box 79 12 Franklin, John Hope. Speaker, University of Chicago, 2005
Box 79 13 Franklin, John Hope. With Jesse Jackson, Sr., University of Chicago, 2005
Box 79 14 Franklin, John Hope. With Lerone Bennett, Jr., University of Chicago, 2005
Box 79 15 Franklin, John Hope. With Timuel Black and Jesse Jackson, Sr., 2005
Box 79 16 Gray, Arvella, the “Blind Street Singer.” circa 1960 (See also Box 50, Folder 17)
Box 79 17 Green, Robert E. (Greene, Robert E.). At Daly’s Restaurant [?], 2009
Box 79 18 Hare, Nathan and Julia. At Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 19 Hare, Nathan and Julia. At Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 20 Hare, Nathan and Julia. At Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 21 Hare, Nathan. At Institute of Positive Education. 1989
Box 79 22 Hare, Julia. At Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 23 Hare, Nathan and Julia. With Haki R. Madhubuti (Don L. Lee) at Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 24 Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee). At Institute of Positive Education, 1989
Box 79 25 Hudson, Jennifer. On Life Magazine cover, 2007
Box 79 26 Jarman, Joseph and Leonard Wash. At Name Gallery, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 27 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart. In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 28 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart. In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 29 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart (Jarman only). In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 30 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart (Jarman only). In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 31 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart. In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 32 Jarman, Joseph and Douglas Ewart (Ewart only). In concert; at International Zen Dogo of Illinois, Japanese Cultural Center, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 33 Johnson, Alicia. Portrait, 1966-1967. Photo by Tommie Hill
Box 79 34 Karenga, Maulana (Ron). At Institute of Positive Education, 1982. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 35 King, Woodie, Jr. With Renee Ferguson and husband, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 36 King, Woodie, Jr. With Renee Ferguson and husband, 1989. Photo by Addo Carpenter
Box 79 37 Rodgers, Carolyn. At 57th Street Bookstore, 1998
Box 79 38 Sengstacke, Bobby. At Hothouse celebrating life and music of Malachi Favors, 2004
Box 79 39 Sengstacke, Bobby. Photo exhibit [title and location not identified, undated]
Box 79 40 Shepp, Archie. FEPA concert in Dunbar [H.S.] auditorium, 1981
Box 79 41 Art Ensemble of Chicago. Richard Wang emcee, at University of Chicago, 2004
Box 79 42 Black Power Conference. Newark NJ, 1967 (photo of original)
Box 79 43 Columbus, OH: Afro-Centric Center, [undated]
Box 79 44 Columbus, OH: Black Arts Plus. Olde Towne, [undated]
Box 79 45 Columbus, OH: IGA Supermarket. Carl L. Brown, founder, [undated]
Box 79 46 Columbus, OH: IGA Supermarket. Carl L. Brown, founder, [undated]
Box 79 47 Columbus, OH: Omar Shaheed, sculptor. In workshop, 1998
Box 79 48 Columbus, OH: Omar Shaheed sculpture. At King Arts Complex, 2003
Box 79 49 Columbus, OH: Omar Shaheed home. View of yard, 2003
Box 79 50 Columbus, OH: Omar Shaheed home. 2003
Box 80 51 Columbus, OH: Jazz ‘n’ Eggs. Earl Love, vocalist; at King Arts Complex, late 1990s
Box 80 52 Columbus, OH: Jazz ‘n’ Eggs (?). Gene Walker on tenor sax, at King Arts Complex, 1999
Box 80 53 Columbus, OH: Jazz ‘n’ Eggs. Gene Walker on tenor sax; at King Arts Complex, late 1990s
Box 80 54 Columbus, OH: Chester Higgins, Jr., photographer. At King Arts Complex, 2001
Box 80 55 Columbus, OH: Chester Higgins, Jr., photographer. At King Arts Complex, 2001
Box 80 56 Columbus, OH: Chester Higgins, Jr., photographer. At King Arts Complex, 2001
Box 80 57 Columbus, OH: Betty Stull, curator. King Arts Complex, 2001
Box 80 58 Columbus, OH: Betty Stull, curator. King Arts Complex, 2001
Box 80 59 Columbus, OH: Hank Marr Sextet. Gene Walker on tenor sax; King Arts Complex, 2000
Box 80 60 Columbus, OH: Leonard Napper, Sr. and “Remati” Porter. In S.T.A.R. Program at King Arts Complex, 1997
Box 80 61 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 62 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 63 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 64 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 65 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 66 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 67 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 68 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 69 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 70 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 71 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 72 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 73 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 74 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 75 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 76 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 77 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 78 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 79 DuSable Museum Art Fair (25th Annual), 1999
Box 80 80 Englewood High School. Chicago, circa 1979
Box 80 81 eta Creative Arts Foundation. Chicago Alliance of African-American Photographers (CAAAP) program, 2001
Box 80 82 eta Creative Arts Foundation. Chicago Alliance of African-American Photographers (CAAAP) program, 2001
Box 80 83 eta Creative Arts Foundation. Asbra Ford, artist program, 2003
Box 80 84 eta Creative Arts Foundation. Asbra Ford, artist program, 2003
Box 80 85 eta Creative Arts Foundation. Asbra Ford, artist program, 2003
Box 80 86 eta Creative Arts Foundation: Abena Joan Brown, Gunako/Qunako Jahi program, 2006
Box 80 87 eta Creative Arts Foundation: exhibit of unidentified artists, 2006
Box 80 88 eta Creative Arts Foundation: Luther (Kush Bey) Woodley artist program, 2006
Box 80 89 Jazz Fest. At South Shore Cultural Center, Chicago, 1998
Box 80 90 Jazz Fest. At South Shore Cultural Center, Chicago, [undated]
Box 80 91 Jazz Quintet. At McDonald’s Restaurant at 69th and Vincennes, Chicago, [undated]
Box 80 92 Jazz Quintet. At McDonald’s Restaurant at 69th and Vincennes, Chicago., [undated]
Box 80 93 Kwanzaa celebration. At South Shore Cultural Center, 2006
Box 80 94 Kwanzaa celebration. With Maulana (Ron) Karenga and wife, at South Shore Cultural Center, 2006
Box 80 95 Kwanzaa celebration. At South Shore Cultural Center, 2007
Box 80 96 Kwanzaa celebration. With Clifford Kelly. At South Shore Cultural Center, 2007
Box 80 97 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC), Young People’s Workshop. 1968-1971
Box 80 98 Universal Alley Jazz Jam. At Black United Fund Plaza, Chicago, 2010
Box 80 99 Universal Alley Jazz Jam. Phil Cohran at microphone, Black United Fund Plaza, Chicago, 2010
Box 80 100 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. With Charles “Deacon” Jones, 2005
Box 81 101 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. With Charles “Deacon” Jones, 2005
Box 81 102 University of Chicago Track Club Summer Meet at Haydon Track. With Richard Walton and Harold E. Morris, 2005
Box 81 103 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. With Dorothy Dawson, 2006 (See also Box 36/272 for audiocassette)
Box 81 104 University of Chicago Track Club. Track and Field Coach Survival Guide by Ed Wallace, with photo of Dorothy Dawson, 2006
Box 81 105 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton, presenter, 2007
Box 81 106 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton, presenter, 2007
Box 81 107 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton, presenter, 2007
Box 81 108 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton, others not identified, 2007
Box 81 109 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton and University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 110 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton and University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 111 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Richard Walton and University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 112 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Harold E. Harris, 2007
Box 81 113 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 114 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 115 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. University of Chicago runner, 2007
Box 81 116 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Subject not identified, 2007
Box 81 117 University of Chicago Track Club Banquet. Toni Preckwinkle, 2007
Box 81 118 21st Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Saline, Lorenzo Martin and Armstead Allen, 1998
Box 81 119 21st Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Margaret Dorsey and Jabulani Makalani (Clovis E. Semmes), 1998
Box 81 120 24th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Maulani Karenga, 2001
Box 81 121 24th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Maulani Karenga, Armstead Allen, 2001
Box 81 122 24th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Robert Miller, 2001
Box 81 123 25th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Robert Miller, 2002
Box 81 124 26th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Vernon Jarrett, 2003
Box 81 125 26th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Vernon Jarrett, 2003
Box 81 126 26th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Robert Miller, 2003
Box 81 127 27th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Aldon Morris, 2004
Box 81 128 27th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Harold Rogers, Timuel Black, Jesse L. Jackson, Sr., Armstead Allen, 2004
Box 81 129 27th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Gala banquet committee, at Higher Ground, 2004
Box 81 130 29th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Maulani Karenga, Armstead Allen, 2006
Box 81 131 29th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Harold Rogers, Valerie Robinson, 2006
Box 81 132 29th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Hanes Walton, Robert Miller, 2006
Box 81 133 29th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Hanes Walton, Robert Miller, 2006
Box 81 134 29th Annual Black Studies Conference, Olive-Harvey College. Hanes Walton, Robert Miller, 2006
Box 81 135 Kennedy-King College. New building construction, 2006
Box 81 136 Kennedy-King College. New building construction, 2006
Box 81 137 Kennedy-King College. Move to new building, with crates in hallway, 2007
Box 81 138 Kennedy-King College. Move to new building, with view of Leonard Wash’s “old” room #3557, 2007
Box 81 139 Kennedy-King College. “Old” building just before move to new one, 2007
Box 81 140 Kennedy-King College. “Old” building after move to new one, 2007
Box 81 141 Kennedy-King College. “Old” building after move to new one, 2007
Box 81 142 Kennedy-King College. “Old” building after move to new one, 2007
Box 81 143 Kennedy-King College. Students on GED Practice Test Day, [undated]
Box 81 144 Kennedy-King College. Students on GED Practice Test Day, [undated]
Box 81 145 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With Bernard Shelton (professor, Social Science Department), 2009
Box 81 146 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With first five Kennedy-King presidents together, 2009
Box 81 147 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With first five Kennedy-King presidents and U.S. Representative Bobby Rush together, 2009
Box 81 148 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With “Jackie” (event photographer), 2009
Box 81 149 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With President Clyde El-Amin and Chancellor Wayne Watson, 2009
Box 81 150 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With Robert Cruthird and Jeanette Williams, and book about Wilson College/Kennedy-King College, 2009
Box 81 151 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With Robert Cruthird and U.S. Representative Bobby Rush, 2009
Box 81 152 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With Sun Drummers, 2009
Box 81 153 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With U.S. Representative Bobby Rush, Chancellor Wayne Watson, 2009
Box 81 154 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With U.S. Representative Bobby Rush, Chancellor Wayne Watson, 2009
Box 81 155 Kennedy-King College 1st Annual Scholarship Gala. With Alderman Willie Cochran, Marv Dyson, Chancellor Wayne Watson, U.S. Representative Bobby Rush, 2009
Box 81 156 Bob Dixton’s Last Barbershop. On East 67th Street, Chicago, circa 2000
Box 81 157 Billboard: “Elect Willye B. White 6th Ward Alderman.” 2003
Box 81 158 Billboard: “Elect Willye B. White 6th Ward Alderman.” 2003
Box 81 159 Photo negatives, color: track and field event (?), 8 views. [undated]

Series 15: Memorabilia, 1963-2011

Box 82 1 Medals: Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, 1964-1966
Box 82 2 Medal: America’s 10th Annual Marathon, 1986
Box 82 3 Medal: Michigan City [IN] Run, 1986
Box 82 4 Medals: M.R.R.C. Handicap, 1964
Box 82 5 Medals: M.T.C. [undated]
Box 82 6 Medals: Olive-Harvey College, 1963 and 1985
Box 82 7 Medal: WVON 10-mile classic, [undated]
Box 82 8 Medal: [not identified, undated]
Box 82 9 Plaque: Arne Richards Memorial Award [for] Service to Running, 1983
Box 82 10 Plaque: Educate Your Body 3rd Annual, 1992
Box 82 11 Plaques: USAADC, Olive-Harvey College, 1963
Box 83 1 Bags: Retail shopping, with logos, [undated]
Box 83 2 Business cards
Box 83 3 Buttons
Box 83 4 Fans (hand)
Box 83 5 Harold Washington mayoral campaign materials, circa 1983-1987
Box 83 6 Membership cards
Box 83 7 Name tags
Box 83 8 Postcards (Africa)
Box 83 9 Postcards (Mexico)
Box 83 10 Postcards (Velvet Lounge, Chicago)
Box 83 11 Tickets (events)
Box 83 12 Miscellaneous items
Box 84 1 Organization Series, Oversize . AACM [American Association of Creative Musicians] Program Booklet “Further Explorations: A Celebration of the AACM,” 1984
Box 84 2 Organization Series Oversize . AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO) materials, 1990-2011
Box 84 3 Organization Series Oversize . International Black Workers’ Congress draft proposal for manifesto, circa 1971
Box 84 4 Subject Research Series Oversize . Curriculum poster “The History They Never Told You,” circa 2000
Box 84 5 Art reproduction: “Mary McCleod Bethune—Teacher,” circa 1969
Box 84 6 Drawing on papyrus (untitled): [Egyptian pharaoh with lion, undated]
Box 84 7 Drawing: [portrait in style of face mask] by Jon Clay; inscribed to Leonard Wash, 2006
Box 84 8 Calendars, various dates (1 of 2)
Box 84 9 Calendars, various dates (2 of 2)
Box 84 10 Poster: “AACM in Concert, Adegoke Steve Colson Ensemble,” 1978
Box 84 11 Poster: AACM “Power Stronger Than Itself,” April Concert Series, [undated]
Box 84 12 Poster: AACM “Revivification, Anyway (Part I),” 1983
Box 84 13 Poster: Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver (part of Black Panther broadside), [undated]
Box 84 14 Poster: Capitol Records Blue Note “The Finest in Jazz Since 1939,” 1984
Box 84 15 Poster: Chicago Cubs Dusty Baker “Believe,” Chicago Tribune ad, [undated]
Box 84 16 Poster: Keepin’ Comin’ Home Unity Day Festival, Columbus, OH, 2009
Box 84 17 Poster: Kennedy-King College Social Work Club 5th Annual Idol Extravaganza, 2007
Box 84 18 Poster: Michael Jordan “I’m Back,” Chicago Sun-Times front-page facsimile, 1995
Box 84 19 Poster: Pan African Liberation Committee “Boycott Gulf [Oil],” [undated]
Box 84 20 Poster: Play production of “Skipper,” based on life of Milton Lee Olive III, 2011
Box 84 21 Poster: Unidentified portrait [Malcolm X] oil painting reproduction, [undated]

Addendum, September 2012
Series 14: Photographs

Box 85 160 Nahaz Rogers, 1980
Box 85 161 Rodney Newberry, saxophone and leader; Art “Turk” Burton, congas; Mau Mau (Carson), tambourine; Yosef Ben Israel, bass; Arvereal Po, drums. 3rd Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College, 1980. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 162 Spencer Jackson family, Kwanza celebration, Olive-Harvey College, 1980. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 163 Fred Anderson, tenor saxophone, Fred Anderson Quartet performance, 15th Annual ACCM Concert, Columbia College, Chicago, 1980. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 164 Joseph Jarman, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 165 Hanah Jon Taylor and George Hines (G’Ra), The Blue Gargoyle, Chicago, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 166 Andrea Bailey, festival organizer, International Black Film Festival, South Shore High School, Chicago, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 167 Lucille Ellis, Archie [last name not given], Anjou Chenziwon, International Black Film Festival, South Shore High School, Chicago, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 168 National Black Independent Political Party Convention, Chicago, 1981
Box 85 169 Harold W. Cruse, Garfield Park Mental Health Center, Chicago, 1981. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 170 Harold Rogers, Randy Davenport, Ismay Ashford, Ramon Price, Gwen May, Charles Evans, Joan Matthews, Cathern Davis, “Blacks in Higher Education” panel, DuSable Museum of African American History, Chicago, 1982
Box 85 171 Vincent Harding, 5th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College, 1982. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 172 Rev. Clarence James, Dr. Olivia Nayman, Charlotte Ashton, Jabulani Makalani and Charles Evans, moderator, 5th Annual Black Studies Conference at Olive-Harvey College, 1982. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 173 DePaul University’s “All-America in Basket” basketball team, at Olive-Harvey College, 1982
Box 85 174 Phil Cohran, 1982. Photo by Addo Carpentier
Box 85 175 Von Freeman and Eddie Johnson, with host Linda Prince, radio program “Tenor Saxophone Conclave” at WBEZ-FM, Chicago, 1980s

BOX 86 ADDENDUM

Added March 2016

Series 3: Correspondence

Box 86 Folder 1 Brooks, Gwendolyn
Box 86 Folder 2 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Woodlawn), 1979
Box 86 Folder 3 Other correspondence: Joyce Wilson to Hattie M. Ward, 1970

Series 4: Organizations

Box 86 Folder 4 Chicago Archive of Blues Tradition, 1978
Box 86 Folder 5 Illinois Police Association, 2012
Box 86 Folder 6 Columbus, OH: Convention and Visitors Bureau Guide to African American Culture and visitor Attractions, 1998

Series 6: City Colleges of Chicago

Box 86 Folder 7 Olive-Harvey College, Event Program “Journeys Into the Future” with Lt. Col. Charles F. Bolden, Jr., 1986

Series 7: Programs

Box 86 Folder 8 Tribute to Legendary Earl La Von Freeman, Sr., 2012

Series 11: Pamphlets

Box 86 Folder 9 Travis, Patricia, Beyond the Flow, 2004

Series 12: Serial Publications

Box 86 Folder 10 Congressman Ralph Metcalf “Voice of Progress,” v. 3. n. 1, 1973

Series 13: Clippings

Box 86 Folder 11 Clippings 1978-2012
Box 86 Folder 12 Obituary clippings, A-Z
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