Marjorie Stewart Joyner Papers

Dates: 1898-1993
Size: 67 linear feet
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois 60628
Collection Number: 1992/09
Provenance: Donated by Dr. Marjorie Stewart Joyner, 1992
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Marjorie Stewart Joyner Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature
Processed by: Ashley J. Finigan, Harsh Archival Processing Project, with the participation of Lucinda Samuel, Harsh Research Collection; Supervised by Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Harsh Archival Processing Project

Biographical Note

Marjorie Stewart was the granddaughter of slaves, and was born to George Emmanuel Stewart, a schoolteacher, and Annie Daugherty Stewart, on October 24, 1896 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The closest town, Monterey, was a nine mile walk over a mountain. Her family took part in the Great Migration, first moving to Dayton, Ohio. In 1912, after her parents’ divorce, she was sent to live with her mother in Chicago. In her first year in Chicago enrolled in the A.B Mollar Beauty School becoming their first black graduate in 1916. She also attained degrees from Chicago Christian High School, the Chicago Musical College, and many schools of beauty culture.

In the same year she graduated from the Mollar School, she married podiatrist Robert S. Joyner, with whom she had two daughters, Ann Joyner Fook and Barbara Joyner Powell. Also in 1916, she opened up her own beauty shop out at 5448 South State Street in the heart of Chicago’s South Side. Her first attempt to do her mother-in-law’s hair proved to be a debacle, since she was only trained in styling European textured hair. It was this experience that led her to want to learn how to take care of black hair, and with the encouragement of her mother-in-law she went to hear a lecture given by Madam C.J Walker and enrolled in her the Chicago branch of her school of beauty culture. It was this experience that eventually led to Joyner to become one of the leading figures in black beauty culture, black women’s political and social uplift, and education.

Joyner quickly became Walker’s protegé, working as her agent until Walker’s death in 1919, and going on to become the national supervisor of the two hundred Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty Schools. Through her partnership with Mme. Walker, she advocated for the professionalization of black beauty culturists, donating money and materials to many historically Black colleges and universities. In return, the colleges allowed the students to be trained by Walker agents and be certified in the Walker system, a leading professional model for the entire industry.

In 1924, Joyner helped to write Illinois’s first cosmetology laws and in 1928 she received a patent for her permanent wave machine, invented to make the process of hair straightening easier. Joyner was able to use her considerable business acumen to take part in the long Civil Rights Movement, forging relationships with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, and, through her partnership with McLeod Bethune, gaining membership on the Democratic National Committee in the 1930s. She later went on to become, in 1935, one of the founding members of Bethune’s National Council of Negro Women.

Although many schools adhered and benefited from the Walker model, none formed such a close relationship with Mme. C.J. Walker Company as Bethune-Cookman College (now University) of Daytona Beach, Florida. Founded by Mary McLeod Bethune in 1904, the fledging institution was the major focus of the Walker Company’s philanthropic efforts, and was supported by the Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity, the Black Greek Letter Association founded in 1945 by Joyner for black beauty culture professionals. A year later, in 1946, she founded the United Beauty School Owners and Teacher’s Association (UBSOTA). Under the auspices of these partnered organizations, Joyner organized trips to Haiti in 1952, Western Europe in 1954 and 1956, and West Africa in the early 1960s. The trips helped African American beauticians to learn the latest methods and fashions in beauty culture, and also succeeding in presenting a respectable, international example of African American womanhood.

While her philanthropic, educational and beauty culture business interests took her around the country and the world, Joyner remained active in Chicago cultural and civic life. Early in her beauty career, Joyner fostered a close relationship with the Sengstacke-Abbott family, owners of the Chicago Defender newspaper. Joyner understood herself as rooted in black beauty culture, not limited by it. She made the Defender an important ally. Joyner served as the chair of Chicago Defender Charities, and as president of its annual Bud Billiken Parade-- the largest African American parade event in the United States--from the 1930s through the 1980s. As the leader of the Chicago Defender Charities, founded in 1945, she led its efforts to provide food and clothing to some of the neediest African American families in the city. Along with her work with the Defender, Joyner was a founding member of Chicago’s Cosmopolitan Community Church and on the board of numerous clubs and associations throughout her life. Politically, she was a major figure in the Democratic Party, and a close associate of Congressman William Dawson, and Mayors Edward Kelly, Richard J. Daley, and Harold Washington.

Marjorie Stewart Joyner passed away at the age of 95, on December 27,1994, in the South Side Chicago home she shared with her family for over sixty years.

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Scope and Content

Series 1: Biography and Family History, 1922-1990

The first series in the collection includes biographical information on Marjorie Stewart Joyner and her family. It includes various family papers and personal letters and cards between family members, including her sister Bessie Hall and her aunt Burlinda Burrell. It also includes various interviews Joyner gave regarding her life and career and paperwork from the Smithsonian Institution, chronicling the accession of some of Joyner’s papers for their exhibition “Field to Factory: Afro-American Migration, 1915-1940.” This series is arranged by type of document, and chronologically within each type.

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1922-1980s

The manuscripts series consists of personal essays, poems, plays and speeches written by Joyner herself from her earliest days as a student at Chicago Musical College through her later years as a public educational advocate and political activist. The plays and poems are of particular interest to the researcher as they are both rare and offer an understanding of her life before her career in beauty culture. The series also includes personal notes and drafts from speeches Joyner gave to the many causes she supported. This series is arranged chronologically.

Series 3: Correspondence, 1944-1992

General correspondence includes material that does not fall into specific correspondence categories found in other series, such as Mme C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company and Beauty Schools, UBSOTA, Alpha Chi Pi Omega, Chicago Defender Charities, Cosmopolitan Community Church, Bethune-Cookman College, or the many other smaller organizations in which she played a part. The researcher should consult those other series for pertinent material. What remains in the general correspondence is miscellaneous letters and notes from family and friends, both beauty culture-related and otherwise. Examples include such subject areas as Joyner donations to causes she deemed worthwhile; requests to Joyner to give talks or present programs; and, pleas for her help with specific problems. This series is arranged chronologically.

Series 4: Mme. C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company and Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty Colleges, 1928- 1987

This series consists of materials pertaining to Joyner’s work with the Walker Manufacturing Company and Beauty Colleges as an agent and subsequently National Supervisor of the Walker Beauty Colleges. The collection highlights the close working relationship between Joyner and the Mme. Walker Company. Included in this series are letters to and from Joyner regarding courses, students, graduation ceremonies and information on the Company’s operation and products. Many of the letters were exchanged between F.B. Ransom and Marjorie S. Joyner. The series is arranged chronologically.

Series 5: UBSOTA [United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association] and Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity, 1946-1992

This series includes materials related to the United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association and Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity; both founded in 1945. It consists of correspondence, annual conference planning materials, travel records for the organization, membership/dues lists, handwritten notes, certificates, proclamations, and other administration records. The series is organized chronologically.

Series 6: Travels Abroad, 1951-1970

This series contains materials relating to the tours Joyner hosted on behalf of UBSOTA and Alpha Chi Pi Omega, visiting at different times, Europe, Haiti, the Middle East, Mexico, and West Africa from the early 1950s through the 1960s. These trips were featured widely in the African American press, with pictures of the groups appearing in magazines such as Color and Ebony. The tour groups were received by dignitaries, government representatives, and experts in fashion and beauty culture. The materials include guidebooks, post cards, lists of travelers, and assorted letters from ambassadors, Haitian leaders, and travel agencies. The series is organized alphabetically by region visited.

Series 7: Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1947-1992

This series consists of materials and documents relating to Joyner’s work as the director of the Bud Billiken Parade and the chairwoman of the Chicago Defender Charities. It contains letters and correspondence from John H. Sengstacke and Mayors Washington and Bilandic, information regarding the yearly parade, including promotional materials, schedules and participants. It also includes letters to Joyner from families requesting charitable services. The series is arranged chronologically.

Series 8: Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1934-1995

Joyner joined the community church movement and was one of the founding members of the Cosmopolitan Community Church, as such this series consists of important documents related to this church’s history and outreach. The series includes sermons given by the Reverend Mary G. Evans, program books and annual reports. It also includes some documents pertaining to First Church of the Deliverance lead by Reverend Clarence Cobbs. This series is arranged chronologically by year.

Series 9: Bethune-Cookman College, 1943-1992

This vast series contains letters, documents and other materials relating to Bethune-Cookman College. The school, founded by Joyner’s mentor and political partner Mary McLeod Bethune and the close relationship between the two is shown throughout this series. Joyner served as the school’s benefactor, raising funds for the school through her work with UBSOTA and Alpha Chi Pi Omega. The series includes the college’s financial statements, letters to the board of trustees, yearbooks, commencement programs and the programs for the dedication for the Marjorie Stewart Joyner Residence Hall and Mary McLeod Bethune’s memorial service. The materials are arranged chronologically by year.

Series 10: Politics, General, 1943-1992

General Politics consists of correspondence to and from Joyner, event materials, reports, speeches, newsletters, meeting minutes, and a biographical summary of William L. Dawson. Of special note in this are Joyner’s correspondences with President George Bush, Chicago Mayors Jane Byrne, Eugene Sawyer, Richard M. Daley, Michael Bilandic, and Harold Washington. The series is organized chronologically.

Series 11: Organizations, Other, 1938-2011

The Organizations series includes material for groups not mentioned in the aforementioned sections but in which Joyner played an active part. Especially highlighted in this series are documents and letters relating to the National Council of Negro Women, founded by Mary McLeod Bethune in 1935 and the National Beauty Culturists League. Also found in this series are letters regarding a school walk out in McComb, Mississippi. The documents are arranged chronologically.

Series 12: Programs, General, 1946-1992

This series contains programs and invitations to events Joyner attended throughout the city of Chicago in support of organizations she was affiliated with such as the NAACP, the sorority Zeta Phi Beta and various events in which she was the guest of honor among others. The series is arranged chronologically.

Series 13: Audiovisual Materials

The audiovisual series contains voice and video recordings of Joyner giving interviews and speeches, along with personal tapes from the Cosmopolitan Community Church. It is arranged chronologically.

Series 14: Serials

This series consists of magazines and newspapers relating to Joyner’s political interests, travels and beauty culture. Of particular note is the extensive run of issues of Beauty Trade, the magazine dedicated to African American hair and fashions. The series is arranged alphabetically by the periodical title and chronologically by the publication date.

Series 15: Photographs, circa 1898-1993

The photographs series consists of over eight hundred photographs arranged in 13 sub-series by subject, and then arranged chronologically within each sub series. This is an extraordinary and rich source of photographic documentation of African American beauty culture, both nationally and in Chicago.

Series 16: Memorabilia, 1920-1991

Various Plaques, trophies, art and awards received by Joyner over the course of her career make up this series. It is chronologically arranged.

Container List

Series 1: Biography and Family History, 1922-1990

Box 1 Folder 1 Biography/Family History, family history documents, 1922-1986, undated
Box 1 Folder 2 Biography/Family History, Letter from Marjorie Stewart Joyner in case of death of sister Bessie Hall while in Europe, 1954
Box 1 Folder 3 Biography/Family History, Bert Stanley Morgan’s (cousin) Roosevelt High School Memory Book, 1956
Box 1 Folder 4 Biography/Family History, family funeral programs, other family papers, 1946-1990
Box 1 Folder 5 Biography/Family History, Letter to Bessie Hall (sister) regarding parents’ property in Dayton, Ohio. January 29, 1954
Box 1 Folder 6 Biography/Family History, Dr. Robert E. Joyner’s (husband) passport, 1965
Box 1 Folder 7 Biography/Family History, biographies and tributes from birthday celebrations, 1956 and 1960
Box 1 Folder 8 Biography/Family History, Letters to Burlinda Burrell (aunt), February 17, 1967- December 27, 1968
Box 1 Folder 9 Biography/Family History, First African Methodist Episcopal Church, 60th Anniversary Book, 1969
Box 1 Folder 10 Biography/Family History, family letters, cards and notes, 1969, 1972, undated
Box 1 Folder 11 Biography/Family History, Awards, 1982-1990
Box 1 Folder 12 Biography/Family History, interview with Marjorie Stewart Joyner, March 15, 1984
Box 1 Folder 13 Biographical materials compiled by Toni Costonie, 1984
Box 1 Folder 14 “Legends of Cosmetology,” Shoptalk Spring Journal, 1984
Box 1 Folder 15 Warr-Pritchett Family Reunion, Chicago, IL, July 13-15, 1984
Box 1 Folder 16 Assorted copies of photographed pictures, photocopies, 1985
Box 1 Folder 17 Smithsonian Institution- “Field to Factory” exhibit materials, 1986
Box 1 Folder 18 Biographical materials, undated

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1922-1980s

Box 2 Folder 1 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “Am I My Brother’s Keeper?,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 2 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “The Empty House, or The Wedding Girl,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 3 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “The Heir in Disguise,” [two versions], probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 4 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “Little Fairy Blue Top, or Big Boy Blue,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 5 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “An Old Maid’s Romance…”, probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 6 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “The Rich Poor Guy,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 7 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “Red Carnations or Mary Lane,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 8 Manuscripts, Stories by Joyner, “Stooping to Conquer,” probably written at Chicago Musical College, circa 1922
Box 2 Folder 9 Manuscripts, Story by B. Fouché, “Beautiful Lady Burglar,” 1932
Box 2 Folder 10 Manuscripts, article by Joyner, “Mary McLeod Bethune to be Honored,” 1948
Box 2 Folder 11 Manuscripts, article by Joyner, on Joyner’s debt to Mme. C.J. Walker, 1949
Box 2 Folder 12 Manuscripts, article by Joyner, “The Incomparable 75,” 1964
Box 2 Folder 13 Manuscripts, article by Joyner, “Bootleggers Hide Behind Wigs,” undated
Box 2 Folder 14 Manuscripts, article by Belinda Burrell, “Housing,” circa 1954
Box 2 Folder 15 Manuscripts, notes by Joyner for speeches and fragments of public appeals, 1940s- 1980s
Box 2 Folder 16 Manuscripts, Poems possibly by Joyner, undated

Series 3: Correspondence, General, 1944-1992

Box 3 Folder 1 Correspondence, Chicago and Cook County War Finance Committee (War Bonds), 1944
Box 3 Folder 2 Correspondence, 1945
Box 3 Folder 3 Correspondence, Howard B. Smith, Principal of Moseley Special School, and A.W. Dent at Dillard University, New Orleans, La., 1946
Box 3 Folder 4 Correspondence, Mayor Edward J. Kelly, and Maxwell W. Saxon of Bethune-Cookman College, 1947
Box 3 Folder 5 Correspondence, George E. Stewart, Dayton, Oh., 1948
Box 3 Folder 6 Correspondence, Hattie McDaniel, and Chicago Defender’s Home Service Exposition, 1949
Box 3 Folder 7 Correspondence, Gerry Lynn Finishing School of Modeling and Charm, 1950
Box 3 Folder 8 Correspondence, 1954
Box 3 Folder 9 Correspondence, Florida A & M University, 1955
Box 3 Folder 10 Correspondence, John H. Sengstacke, 1956
Box 3 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1957
Box 3 Folder 12 Correspondence, Dave Garroway at NBC-TV, “Today,” 1958
Box 3 Folder 13 Correspondence, Bernice Calvin of Beauty Trade magazine,1959
Box 3 Folder 14 Correspondence, Myriam Carange to Monsieur R. Macel of Federation Nationale de la Coiffure, 1960
Box 3 Folder 15 Correspondence, Mary E. Charles of Gaudeamus Woman’s Club, 1961
Box 3 Folder 16 Correspondence, Alma John at WWRL Radio “Homemaker’s Club,” 1962
Box 3 Folder 17 Correspondence, Mary P. Harris of LaRose Beauty Institute, and Freddye Henderson, 1963
Box 3 Folder 18 Correspondence, CIRCA Columbus Johnson of the Owl Club of Denver, 1964
Box 3 Folder 19 Correspondence, 1965
Box 3 Folder 20 Correspondence, Parkway Amusement Corporation, 1966
Box 3 Folder 21 Correspondence, Mae Garris, Orchid School of Beauty Culture, 1967
Box 3 Folder 22 Correspondence, 1968
Box 3 Folder 23 Correspondence, 1969
Box 3 Folder 24 Correspondence, 1970
Box 3 Folder 25 Correspondence, Dr. Dorothy Sutton Branch of Commonwealth Community Church, 1972
Box 3 Folder 26 Correspondence, 1973
Box 3 Folder 27 Correspondence, appeal to Illinois Department of Registration concerning beauty operator exam, 1974
Box 3 Folder 28 Correspondence, Mattie Henson of Columbus, Oh., 1975
Box 3 Folder 29 Correspondence, 1976
Box 3 Folder 30 Correspondence, Marcella L. Morrison at Arnett Chapel AME, 1977
Box 3 Folder 31 Correspondence, Dr. Richard v. Moore of Florida Federal Savings, Daytona Beach, 1978
Box 3 Folder 32 Correspondence, Rust College President W.A. McMillan, 1979
Box 3 Folder 33 Correspondence, Campaign for Hon. William S. White, and Bernice CIRCA Washington of WVON-AM Radio, 1980
Box 3 Folder 34 Correspondence, Rev. Lucius Hall at First Church of Love and Faith, 1981
Box 3 Folder 35 Correspondence, Bernice Calvin of Beauty magazine, 1982
Box 3 Folder 36 Correspondence, Northeastern Illinois University without Walls, and A’Lelia [Bundles] article in Ms. magazine, 1983
Box 4 Folder 1 Correspondence, Professor Carol T. Williams at Roosevelt University, 1984
Box 4 Folder 2 Correspondence, Grace Holt , Acting Director Black Studies University of Illinois at Chicago, and John H. Johnson of Johnson Publishing Company, 1985
Box 4 Folder 3 Correspondence, Harold E. Charles of Children’s Foundation, Inc., 1986
Box 4 Folder 4 Correspondence, John Jones Masonic Lodge No. 7, Friendship Baptist Church, and Albert M. Bethune, 1987
Box 4 Folder 5 Correspondence, S. Henry Bundles, Jr., 1988
Box 4 Folder 6 Correspondence, Isabel J. Johnson Gospel Stars, 1989
Box 4 Folder 7 Correspondence, Doris L. Rich for interview (Bessie Coleman biography), 1990
Box 4 Folder 8 Correspondence, Norman Ross for Black Book dinner, 1991
Box 4 Folder 9 Correspondence, 1992
Box 4 Folder 10 Correspondence, not dated
Box 4 Folder 11 Correspondence, greeting cards, not dated
Box 4 Folder 12 Correspondence, fragments, not dated

Series 4: Mme. C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company and Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty Colleges, 1928- 1987

Box 5 Folder 1 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes MS Joyner’s patent drawings for her “permanent waving machine,” 1928
Box 5 Folder 2 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, F.B. Ransom letter to Claude Barnett, 1930
Box 5 Folder 3 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, booklet, “Mme. CIRCA J. Walker’s Correspondence Course,” 1934
Box 5 Folder 4 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, Claude Barnett letter to F.B. Ransom, 1935
Box 5 Folder 5 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, F. Ransom letter to M.S. Joyner, 1939
Box 5 Folder 6 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes “Walker College Annual,” Kansas City, Missouri, 1940
Box 5 Folder 7 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1941
Box 5 Folder 8 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes list of students delinquent in tuition payment, 1942
Box 5 Folder 9 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1943
Box 5 Folder 10 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1944
Box 5 Folder 11 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes letters from F.B. Ransom to M.S. Joyner, 1945
Box 5 Folder 12 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes “The Walkerite,” annual issue and Beauticians 9th annual trade show, Savoy Ballroom, Chicago, 1946
Box 5 Folder 13 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes Walker Beauty College graduations, and memorial service for F.B. Ransom, 1947
Box 5 Folder 14 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes extensive correspondence between MS Joyner and Willard Ransom on operation of Walker Company, 1948
Box 5 Folder 15 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes graduation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, new Walker Co. college location in Chicago, and Walker Co. convention in Los Angeles, 1949
Box 5 Folder 16 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes discussion of Walker Company policies, 1950
Box 5 Folder 17 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1951
Box 5 Folder 18 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes Mme. C.J. Walker Memorial Pilgrimage and Convention, New York, 1952
Box 5 Folder 19 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1954
Box 5 Folder 20 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1955
Box 5 Folder 21 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1956
Box 5 Folder 22 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, including correspondence on the operation of the College in Chicago, 1957
Box 5 Folder 23 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1958
Box 5 Folder 24 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1959
Box 5 Folder 25 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1960
Box 5 Folder 26 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, includes curriculum materials, 1961
Box 5 Folder 27 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1962
Box 5 Folder 28 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1965
Box 5 Folder 29 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, “The Story of a Remarkable Women,” on Mme. C.J. Walker, 1973
Box 5 Folder 30 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1977
Box 5 Folder 31 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, products price list, 1978
Box 5 Folder 32 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1979
Box 5 Folder 33 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, articles on Mme. Walker in “Essence” and “Ms.” Magazines, 1983
Box 5 Folder 34 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, products price list, 1985
Box 5 Folder 35 Mme. C.J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, 1987
Box 5 Folder 36 Mme. C.J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, undated
Box 5 Folder 22 Mme. CIRCA J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, including correspondence on the operation of the College in Chicago, 1957
Box 6 1 Mme. C.J. Walker Company and Beauty Colleges, Curriculum materials, examinations and course outlines, undated

Series 5: UBSOTA [United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association] and Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity, 1946-1992

Box 7 Folder 1 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1946-1949
Box 7 Folder 2 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1950-1951
Box 7 Folder 3 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1952
Box 7 Folder 4 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1953
Box 7 Folder 5 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1954
Box 7 Folder 6 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1955
Box 7 Folder 7 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1956
Box 7 Folder 8 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1957
Box 7 Folder 9 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1958 (1)
Box 7 Folder 10 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1958 (2)
Box 7 Folder 11 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1958 (3)
Box 7 Folder 12 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1959
Box 7 Folder 13 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, includes a Harting Beauty Supply catalog, 1960 (1)
Box 7 Folder 14 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1960 (2)
Box 7 Folder 15 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1961
Box 8 Folder 1 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1962
Box 8 Folder 2 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1963
Box 8 Folder 3 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, includes the Articles of Incorporation of California State Association Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity, Incorporated, 1964
Box 8 Folder 4 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1965
Box 8 Folder 5 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1966 (1)
Box 8 Folder 6 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1966 (2
Box 8 Folder 7 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1966 (3)
Box 8 Folder 8 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1967 (1)
Box 8 Folder 9 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1967 (2)
Box 8 Folder 10 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1968
Box 8 Folder 11 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1969
Box 8 Folder 12 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1970
Box 8 Folder 13 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1971
Box 8 Folder 14 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1972
Box 9 Folder 1 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, includes correspondence regarding the death of Dr. Robert E. Joyner, 1973
Box 9 Folder 2 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1974
Box 9 Folder 3 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1975
Box 9 Folder 4 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1976
Box 9 Folder 5 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, includes correspondence to President Carter asking for a meeting, 1977
Box 9 Folder 6 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1978
Box 9 Folder 7 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1979
Box 9 Folder 8 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1980
Box 9 Folder 9 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1981
Box 9 Folder 10 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1982
Box 9 Folder 11 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, includes a City of Atlanta proclamation of “Dr. Marjorie Joyner Day” on May 16, 1983.
Box 9 Folder 12 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1984
Box 9 Folder 13 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1985
Box 9 Folder 14 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1986
Box 9 Folder 15 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1987
Box 10 Folder 1 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1988
Box 10 Folder 2 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1989
Box 10 Folder 3 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1990
Box 10 Folder 4 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1991
Box 10 Folder 5 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, 1992
Box 10 Folder 6 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, member information index cards (1), undated
Box 10 Folder 7 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, member information index cards (2), undated
Box 10 Folder 8 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, membership lists and information (1), undated
Box 10 Folder 9 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, membership lists and information (2), undated
Box 10 Folder 10 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, membership lists and information (3), undated
Box 11 Folder 1 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, undated (1)
Box 11 Folder 2 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, undated (2)
Box 11 Folder 3 UBSOTA/Alpha Chi Pi Omega, undated (3)

Series 6: Travels Abroad, 1954-1965

Box 12 Folder 1 Travels abroad, Itineraries for group tour to Europe and the Middle East, 1957 and 1965
Box 12 Folder 2 Travels abroad, Information on European tour and list of travelers, March 24, 1965
Box 12 Folder 3 Travels abroad, Parisian hair dressing magazines, 1954, 1960. 1965
Box 12 Folder 4 Travels abroad, France, letters from travel agents, the American Embassy in Paris, French beauty schools, 1954, 1957, 1960,1965
Box 12 Folder 5 Travels abroad, France, theater programs, maps, guide and souvenir books, 1954, 1957, 1960, 1965
Box 12 Folder 6 Travels abroad, Italy, Souvenir and guide books, no date
Box 12 Folder 7 Travels abroad, Italy, letter from MS Joyner to James D. Zellerbach of the US Embassy in Rome, December 16, 1960
Box 12 Folder 8 Travels abroad, Italy, Telegram for MS Joyner, May 13, 1960; note and housing information, May 16, 1960
Box 12 Folder 9 Travels abroad, Italy, list of travelers, no date
Box 12 Folder 10 Travels abroad, Italy, maps, travel guides, sightseeing, information, no date
Box 12 Folder 11 Travels abroad, Middle East, Travel requirements for United Arab Republic, Lebanon, Jordan, 1957
Box 12 Folder 12 Travels abroad, Middle East, guide books, maps, post cards from Syria, Jordan, Israel and Lebanon, 1957
Box 13 Folder 1 Travels abroad, Haiti, letter from the Ecole Technique de Cosmetologie, February 11, 1965
Box 13 Folder 2 Travels abroad, letters from the Haitian Department of Foreign Affairs, January 23, 1970
Box 13 Folder 3 Travels abroad, Program, premier Congres National des Femmes Haitienes, 1951
Box 13 Folder 4 Travels abroad, Mexico, letters from the American Embassy, Mexican Ambassador and the Morris Williams Travel Agency, January 13, 1955- April 2, 1955
Box 13 Folder 5 Travels abroad, West Africa, pamphlets, maps, guide books, souvenir books from Ghana and Liberia, 1965
Box 13 Folder 6 Travels abroad, West Africa, tour travelers list, March 21, 1965
Box 13 Folder 7 Travels abroad, West Africa, letters from the Henderson Travel Agency and trip itineraries, December 2, 1963 – May 21, 1965
Box 13 Folder 8 Travels abroad, West Africa, UBSOTA group tour to Africa, Mensah Travel Bureau, May 18, 1965 and Henderson Travel Agency itinerary, 1965
Box 14 Folder 1 Travels abroad, United Kingdom, guide books, maps, travel guides, souvenir books, postcards, 1953 and no date
Box 14 Folder 2 Travels abroad, United Kingdom, letters from the American Embassy in London and International Association of Master Ladies Hairdressers, May 19, 1960 and December 16, 1960
Box 14 Folder 3 Travels abroad, Members of United Beauty School Tour Group on the SS United States, no date
Box 14 Folder 4 Travels abroad, United States Line, sailing schedules, list of passengers, tickets, travel booklets, May 7, 1954 and no date
Box 14 Folder 5 Travels abroad, Airline timetables, schedules and fares from Qantas, UTA, SAS, KLM, 1959 and 1960
Box 14 Folder 6 Travels abroad, French National Railroad Tickets and Swiss National Travel Offices, no date
Box 14 Folder 7 Travels abroad, Assorted travel postcards, maps, booklets, no date

Series 7: Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1947-1992

Box 15 Folder 1 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, correspondents include John H. Sengstacke and Charles Browning, 1947
Box 15 Folder 2 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1948
Box 15 Folder 3 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, including list typed by MS Joyner of Billiken Parade Committee, 1950
Box 15 Folder 4 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1951
Box 15 Folder 5 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, including Billiken Parade Order, picnic information, parade route maps, and instructions, 1952
Box 15 Folder 6 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1955
Box 15 Folder 7 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, including “Master Guide of Duties and Responsibilities for Park and Picnic Officials,” 1956
Box 15 Folder 8 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, including Joyner letters on Spring fundraiser, 1964
Box 15 Folder 9 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes program with all parade units, 1965
Box 15 Folder 10 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1966
Box 15 Folder 11 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes Joyner’s working notebook for parade planning in 1967 and 1968, and list of contributors to Chicago Defender Charities, 1967
Box 15 Folder 12 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1968
Box 15 Folder 13 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes program with all parade units, 1969
Box 15 Folder 14 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes list of parade units, 1970
Box 15 Folder 15 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1971
Box 15 Folder 16 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1972
Box 15 Folder 17 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1973
Box 15 Folder 18 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letter from U.S. Department of Defense on participation in parade, 1974
Box 15 Folder 19 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1975
Box 15 Folder 20 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes list of parade units and instructions to participants, 1977
Box 15 Folder 21 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letter from MS Joyner to Mayor Bilandic on his participation in parade, 1978
Box 15 Folder 22 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes list of parade units, 1979
Box 15 Folder 23 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1970s (specific years unknown)
Box 15 Folder 24 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes list of community organizations compiled by the Chicago Urban League, 1980
Box 15 Folder 25 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letters from families seeking assistance from Chicago Defender Charities (1), 1981
Box 15 Folder 26 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letters from families seeking assistance from Chicago Defender Charities (2), 1981
Box 15 Folder 27 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes list of parade units (3), 1981
Box 15 Folder 28 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letter from marching band in Kansas City, Missouri, 1982
Box 15 Folder 29 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes instructions to police for parade, 1983
Box 16 Folder 1 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes text of remarks by Mayor Harold Washington at the parade, 1984
Box 16 Folder 2 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letters from families seeking assistance from Chicago Defender Charities, 1985
Box 16 Folder 3 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes historical information on the parade, 1986
Box 16 Folder 4 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letter from Mayor Harold Washington, and Chicago Defender Charities financial information, 1987
Box 16 Folder 5 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes letters from families seeking assistance from Chicago Defender Charities, 1988
Box 16 Folder 6 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1989
Box 16 Folder 7 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, includes “Bud Billiken Parade and Picnic Planning Manual,”1990
Box 16 Folder 8 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1991
Box 16 Folder 9 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, 1992
Box 16 Folder 10 Chicago Defender Charities/Bud Billiken Parade Files, undated

Series 8: Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1934-1995

Box 17 Folder 1 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1934
Box 17 Folder 2 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1936
Box 17 Folder 3 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1937
Box 17 Folder 4 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1938
Box 17 Folder 5 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1940
Box 17 Folder 6 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1941
Box 17 Folder 7 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1942
Box 17 Folder 8 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1944
Box 17 Folder 9 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1945
Box 17 Folder 10 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1947
Box 17 Folder 11 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1952
Box 17 Folder 12 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1954
Box 17 Folder 13 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1955
Box 17 Folder 14 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1956
Box 17 Folder 15 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1958
Box 17 Folder 16 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1960
Box 17 Folder 17 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1961
Box 17 Folder 18 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1963
Box 17 Folder 19 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1964
Box 17 Folder 20 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, 1966
Box 17 Folder 21 Cosmopolitan CC, Rev. Mary G. Evans sermons, undated
Box 17 Folder 22 Cosmopolitan CC, Constitution and By-laws, 1936
Box 17 Folder 23 Cosmopolitan CC, Memory Book, with historic church photos, 1939
Box 17 Folder 24 Cosmopolitan CC, Annual Report, 1947
Box 17 Folder 25 Cosmopolitan CC, Cosmopolitan Community House brochures, 1948
Box 17 Folder 26 Cosmopolitan CC, Banquet program, “In Testimony of the Faith of Rev. Mary G. Evans, D.D.”, 1949
Box 17 Folder 27 Cosmopolitan CC, Annual Report, 1950
Box 17 Folder 28 Cosmopolitan CC, publicity materials, 1952
Box 17 Folder 29 Cosmopolitan CC, Commemorative book, 50th anniversary of Rev. Mary G. Evans as a minister, 1953
Box 17 Folder 30 Cosmopolitan CC, programs from weekly services, 1954
Box 17 Folder 31 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1955
Box 17 Folder 32 Cosmopolitan CC, Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1956
Box 17 Folder 33 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1957
Box 17 Folder 34 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1958
Box 17 Folder 35 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1959
Box 18 Folder 1 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1960
Box 18 Folder 2 Cosmopolitan CC, Memory book for 70th birthday of Rev. Mary G. Evans, 1961
Box 18 Folder 3 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1962
Box 18 Folder 4 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report, Emancipation Centennial Concert, and other church documents, 1963
Box 18 Folder 5 Cosmopolitan CC, annual report and other church documents, 1964
Box 18 Folder 6 Cosmopolitan CC, treasurer’s report and other church documents, 1965
Box 18 Folder 7 Cosmopolitan CC, Service of Inurnment of Rev. Mary G. Evans, D.D., Officiants: Rev. Richard CIRCA Keller and Rev. Clarence H. Cobb, July 24, 1966
Box 18 Folder 8 Cosmopolitan CC, Installation Service for new pastor, Rev. Henry Hardy, December 10, 1967
Box 18 Folder 9 Cosmopolitan CC, “Manual for Cosmopolitan Day School,” by Ruth Allen Fouché, 1968
Box 18 Folder 10 Cosmopolitan CC, Newspaper clipping on Cosmopolitan Nursery School, Chicago Defender, April 30, 1969
Box 18 Folder 11 Cosmopolitan CC, MS Joyner letter to members of UBSOTA and ACPO requesting donations for Cosmopolitan Home for the Aged, 1971
Box 18 Folder 12 Cosmopolitan CC, Fifth Annual Women’s Day program and other church documents, 1972
Box 18 Folder 13 Cosmopolitan CC, Bible School Christmas program and Nursery School graduations, 1973
Box 18 Folder 14 Cosmopolitan CC, invitation to MS Joyner 78th birthday celebration with Argo Singers, Ralph Metcalfe and John Stroger, October 27, 1974
Box 18 Folder 15 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, 1975
Box 18 Folder 16 Cosmopolitan CC, Men’s Day program, 1976
Box 18 Folder 17 Cosmopolitan CC, 10th annual Women’s Day Program, with speaker Rev. Addie L. Wyatt, 1977
Box 18 Folder 18 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, 1978
Box 18 Folder 19 Cosmopolitan CC, Program from the 12th Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Henry Hardy, and other church documents, 1979
Box 18 Folder 20 Cosmopolitan CC, newspaper clipping on “Church Seniors Hold Bazaar,” Chicago Defender, June 5, 1980
Box 19 Folder 1 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 9, #4, Fall 1981), and other documents, 1981
Box 19 Folder 2 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, 1982
Box 19 Folder 3 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 11, # 1,5), 1983
Box 19 Folder 4 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 11, # 4), 1983
Box 19 Folder 5 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 12, # 2, 4,5), 1984
Box 19 Folder 6 Cosmopolitan CC, 17th Annual Men’s Day, 1984
Box 19 Folder 7 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 13, # 2), 1985
Box 19 Folder 8 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 13, # 3, 4), 1985
Box 19 Folder 9 Cosmopolitan CC, Program from the 18th Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Henry Hardy, and other church documents, October 18, 1985
Box 20 Folder 1 Cosmopolitan CC, “Expressions in Black: Exploring the Black Aesthetic,” Program from the 19th Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Henry Hardy, October 18-24, 1986, and other church documents, 1986
Box 20 Folder 2 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 14, # 2,3,4), 1986
Box 20 Folder 3 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, 1987
Box 20 Folder 4 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 16, # 2), 1988
Box 20 Folder 5 Cosmopolitan CC, Women’s Day, and other church documents, 1989
Box 20 Folder 6 Cosmopolitan CC, “Afro-World ’90,” A Celebration of Pastor Henry O. Hardy’s 23rd Pastoral Anniversary, 1990, and other church documents, 1990
Box 20 Folder 7 Cosmopolitan CC, “The Flame” (Vol. 19, # 5), 1991
Box 20 Folder 8 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, 1992
Box 20 Folder 9 Cosmopolitan CC, Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Dr. Marjorie Stewart Joyner, 1993
Box 20 Folder 10 Cosmopolitan CC, church documents, undated

Series 9: Bethune-Cookman College, 1943-1992

Box 21 Folder 1 Bethune-Cookman College, 1943
Box 21 Folder 2 Bethune-Cookman College, 1947
Box 21 Folder 3 Bethune-Cookman College, 1950
Box 21 Folder 4 Bethune-Cookman College, 1951
Box 21 Folder 5 Bethune-Cookman College, 1952
Box 21 Folder 6 Bethune-Cookman College, 1953
Box 21 Folder 7 Bethune-Cookman College, 1955
Box 21 Folder 8 Bethune-Cookman College, 1956
Box 21 Folder 9 Bethune-Cookman College, 1957
Box 21 Folder 10 Bethune-Cookman College, 1958
Box 21 Folder 11 Bethune-Cookman College, 1959
Box 21 Folder 12 Bethune-Cookman College, 1960
Box 21 Folder 13 Bethune-Cookman College, 1961
Box 21 Folder 14 Bethune-Cookman College, 1962
Box 21 Folder 15 Bethune-Cookman College, 1963
Box 21 Folder 16 Bethune-Cookman College, 1964
Box 21 Folder 17 Bethune-Cookman College, 1965
Box 21 Folder 18 Bethune-Cookman College, 1966
Box 21 Folder 19 Bethune-Cookman College, 1967
Box 21 Folder 20 Bethune-Cookman College, 1968
Box 21 Folder 21 Bethune-Cookman College, 1968-1969
Box 21 Folder 22 Bethune-Cookman College, 1969
Box 21 Folder 23 Bethune-Cookman College, 1970
Box 21 Folder 24 Bethune- Cookman College, 1971
Box 21 Folder 25 Bethune-Cookman College, 1973
Box 21 Folder 26 Bethune-Cookman College, 1974
Box 22 Folder 1 Bethune-Cookman College, 1973-1975
Box 22 Folder 2 Bethune-Cookman College, 1975
Box 22 Folder 3 Bethune-Cookman College, 1976
Box 22 Folder 4 Bethune-Cookman College, 1977
Box 22 Folder 5 Bethune-Cookman College, 1978
Box 22 Folder 6 Bethune-Cookman College, 1979
Box 22 Folder 7 Bethune-Cookman College, 1980
Box 22 Folder 8 Bethune-Cookman College, 1980 & 1981
Box 23 Folder 1 Bethune-Cookman College, 1981
Box 23 Folder 2 Bethune-Cookman College, 1982
Box 23 Folder 3 Bethune-Cookman College, 1982 & 1983
Box 23 Folder 4 Bethune-Cookman College, 1983
Box 23 Folder 5 Bethune-Cookman College, 1983 & 1984
Box 23 Folder 6 Bethune-Cookman College, 1984
Box 24 Folder 1 Bethune-Cookman College, 1985
Box 24 Folder 2 Bethune-Cookman College, 1985&1986
Box 24 Folder 3 Bethune-Cookman College, 1986
Box 24 Folder 4 Bethune-Cookman College, 1987
Box 24 Folder 5 Bethune-Cookman College, 1989&1989
Box 25 Folder 1 Bethune-Cookman College, 1988
Box 25 Folder 2 Bethune-Cookman College, 1989
Box 25 Folder 3 Bethune-Cookman College, 1990
Box 25 Folder 4 Bethune-Cookman College, 1991
Box 25 Folder 5 Bethune-Cookman College, 1992
Box 25 Folder 6 Bethune-Cookman College, undated

Series 10: Politics, General, 1943-1992

Box 26 Folder 1 Politics, correspondence, 1943-1989, undated
Box 26 Folder 2 Politics, event programs, 1943, 1978-1979
Box 26 Folder 3 Politics, U.S. Treasury Department correspondence to Joyner, 1943-1946
Box 26 Folder 4 Politics, Women’s Organizations Committee Negro Division program and correspondence, 1943-1944
Box 26 Folder 5 Politics, Democratic National Committee correspondence to and from Joyner, 1944
Box 26 Folder 6 Politics, Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly correspondence to Joyner, 1945
Box 26 Folder 7 Politics, Chicago Urban Skills Institute newsletter, Classroom the Adult Learner, June 1945
Box 26 Folder 8 Politics, Presidential inauguration invitation, ticket, and program, 1945
Box 26 Folder 9 Politics, “People vs. Slums” speech by Frank S. Horne of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1955
Box 26 Folder 10 Politics, Congressional Records, 1959, 1990
Box 26 Folder 11 Politics, United Steelworkers of America: Stanley Morgan in memoriam, 1960
Box 26 Folder 12 Politics, Presidential inauguration invitation, 1961
Box 26 Folder 13 Politics, White House invitations to Joyner, 1963-1966
Box 26 Folder 14 Politics, Republican Women’s 12th Annual Conference registration form, 1964
Box 26 Folder 15 Politics, Correspondence from Mayor Richard J. Daley, 1964, 1973
Box 26 Folder 16 Politics, National Citizens’ Commission Report of Committee on Business and Industry, 1965
Box 26 Folder 17 Politics, National Citizens’ Commission Report of Committee on Culture and Intellectual Exchange, 1965
Box 26 Folder 18 Politics, National Citizens’ Commission Report of Committee on Social Welfare, 1965
Box 26 Folder 19 Politics, National Citizens’ Commission Report of the Committee on Women, 1965
Box 26 Folder 20 Politics, National Urban League correspondence from Whitney Young Jr., 1965
Box 26 Folder 21 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity’s Federal Grants expenditures report, 1966
Box 26 Folder 22 Politics, “News from the Ford Foundation,” 1966
Box 26 Folder 23 Politics, White House Conference “To Fulfill these Rights,” Council’s Report and Recommendations to the conference, 1966
Box 26 Folder 24 Politics, White House correspondence to Joyner, 1966-1990
Box 26 Folder 25 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity’s “Manpower Service System,” 1967
Box 26 Folder 26 Politics, Department of State, office of Technical Cooperation and Research memorandum, 1967
Box 26 Folder 27 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity Plans and Priorities for 1970, 1969
Box 26 Folder 28 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity Manpower Subcommittee meeting notice, 1969
Box 26 Folder 29 Politics, United States Department of Labor employment acts, 1971-1973
Box 26 Folder 30 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity meeting minutes, 1972
Box 26 Folder 31 Politics, Erwin A. France’s memorandum on Intra-agency consolidation efforts, 1973
Box 26 Folder 32 Politics, statement of Erwin A. France to Chicago’s City Council Finance Committee, 1973
Box 26 Folder 33 Politics, Child and Family Services Act of 1974, 1974
Box 26 Folder 34 Politics, Friendship Medical Center’s Committee for a Black Mayor correspondence to Joyner, 1974
Box 26 Folder 35 Politics, Political invitations, 1974-1992
Box 27 Folder 1 Politics, Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity Model Cities program, 1975
Box 27 Folder 2 Politics, Correspondence from Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic, 1977
Box 27 Folder 3 Politics, Memorial tribute to Mayor Richard J. Daley program, 1977
Box 27 Folder 4 Politics, Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped annual report, 1979
Box 27 Folder 5 Politics, Community Services Administration Community Action Program Multi-year Plan, 1981
Box 27 Folder 6 Politics, Correspondence from Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne, 1981-1982
Box 27 Folder 7 Politics, Operation PUSH Incirca correspondence to Joyner, 1982-1988
Box 27 Folder 8 Politics, Senior Citizens Hall of Fame awards ceremony program, 1982
Box 27 Folder 9 Politics, Chicago Sesquicentennial folder, 1983
Box 27 Folder 10 Politics, Correspondence from Chicago Mayor Harold Washington, 1983-1984
Box 27 Folder 11 Politics, General, 1983-1990, undated
Box 27 Folder 12 Politics, “Give Us Back Our Bus Line” mass meeting flier, 1983
Box 27 Folder 13 Politics, Election fliers, 1984-1992, undated
Box 27 Folder 14 Politics, Memorial service program of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1984
Box 27 Folder 15 Politics, Public service recognition awards reception honoring the Chicago Police Department program, 1984
Box 27 Folder 16 Politics, Head Start program’s volunteer training and recognition conference program, 1985
Box 27 Folder 17 Politics, State of Illinois Barber and Cosmetology Act of 1985, 1986
Box 27 Folder 18 Politics, Correspondence from Abbott Park Art Society Advisory Council to Joyner, 1987-1991
Box 27 Folder 19 Politics, Election press releases, 1987, undated
Box 27 Folder 20 Politics, Jesse Jackson ’88 Exploratory Committee correspondence to Joyner, 1987
Box 27 Folder 21 Politics, Reverend and Mrs. Jesse Jackson holiday cards to Joyner, 1987, undated
Box 27 Folder 22 Politics, Correspondence from Carol Moseley Braun, 1988
Box 27 Folder 23 Politics, Democratic Convention Issues Survey, 1988
Box 27 Folder 24 Politics, Letter to President-elect George Bush from Joyner, 1988
Box 27 Folder 25 Politics, Letter to President George Bush from Joyner, 1989
Box 27 Folder 26 Politics, correspondence from Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley to Joyner, 1990
Box 27 Folder 27 Politics, Update: Springfield Report from Representative Paul Williams, Winter 1990
Box 27 Folder 28 Politics, Congressman Charles Hayes Reports to You, December 1991
Box 27 Folder 29 Politics, Ada S. McKinley short biography, undated
Box 27 Folder 30 Politics, Alderman Dorothy Tillman election brochures, undated
Box 27 Folder 31 Politics, Chicago Commission on National Defense award to Joyner, undated
Box 27 Folder 32 Politics, Chicago Community coordinated Child Care Committee’s Objectives and Description of the Chicago Program, undated
Box 27 Folder 33 Politics, Conference on Industry and Daycare, list of participants, undated
Box 27 Folder 34 Politics, Correspondence from Eugene Sawyer, undated
Box 27 Folder 35 Politics, “Elect Washington 3rd Ward” banner, undated
Box 27 Folder 36 Politics, General, undated
Box 27 Folder 37 Politics, Handwritten letter to Mayor Byrne from Joyner, undated
Box 27 Folder 38 Politics, Instructions on preparation of an annual report for charitable organizations, undated
Box 27 Folder 39 Politics, National Civil Rights Museum and Hall of Fame correspondence, undated
Box 27 Folder 40 Politics, Treasury Department folder with handwritten notes, undated
Box 27 Folder 41 Politics, Typed list of companies to receive recognitions, undated
Box 27 Folder 42 Politics, William L. Dawson biographical note, undated

Series 11: Organizations, Other, 1938-2011

Box 28 Folder 1 Organizations (other), Abbott Park Art Society Advisory Council, December 31 1985-May 26, 1987
Box 28 Folder 2 Organizations (other), The American Red Cross, January 14,1944- February 4,1944
Box 28 Folder 3 Organizations (other), Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, June 21, 1987
Box 28 Folder 4 Organizations (other), Banks Beauty Academy, no date
Box 28 Folder 5 Organizations (other), Black Women in the Middle West Materials, August 1984-January/February, 1985
Box 28 Folder 6 Organizations (other), Chicago Chapter – National Association of Black Social Workers, no date
Box 28 Folder 7 Organizations (other), Chicago Division Direct Line Newsletter, United States Post Office, March 13, 1987
Box 28 Folder 8 Organizations (other), Chicago Commission on National Defense, May 16, 1945
Box 28 Folder 9 Organizations (other), Chicago Urban Skills Institute, December 28, 1977-May 24, 1984
Box 28 Folder 10 Organizations (other), Cook County Beauty Shop Owners Association letter head, no date
Box 28 Folder 11 Organizations (other), Constitution for the Chicago Association for the Education of Young Children, no date
Box 28 Folder 12 Organizations (other), Davis, Seabrooks and Sledge, Educational Jigsaw Puzzles, no date
Box 28 Folder 13 Organizations (other), Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, April 5, 1981
Box 28 Folder 14 Organizations (other), The Elite and Qualified Beauticians Association, Annual Report, 1980
Box 28 Folder 15 Organizations (other), Illinois Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, Inc., October 9, 1964
Box 28 Folder 16 Organizations (other), Kappa Delta Phi Member list and letter, 1962
Box 28 Folder 17 Organizations (other), letter from the Kentucky Negro Beauticians Association, February 4, 1947
Box 28 Folder 18 Organizations (other), Mary Hall Academie de Coiffure of Hairstyle Sketches
Box 28 Folder 19 Organizations (other), Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation, August 22, 1956 – September 12, 1956
Box 28 Folder 20 Organizations (other), McComb, Mississippi, high school walk out Oral History Project, October, 1961 and March 26, 2011
Box 28 Folder 21 Organizations (other), Milady State Board Cosmetology Guide, Fall 1947
Box 28 Folder 22 Organizations (other), National Accrediting Commission for Cosmetology Schools, September, 1966
Box 28 Folder 23 Organizations (other), National Beauty Culturist League Inc., February 5, 1938-1965
Box 28 Folder 24 Organizations (other), National Council of Negro Women, February 8, 1944-June 12, 1990 and no date
Box 28 Folder 25 Organizations (other), National Directory of Beauty Schools, no date
Box 28 Folder 26 Organizations (other), National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology Exam, no date
Box 28 Folder 27 Organizations (other), National Museum of American History, February 18, 1987
Box 28 Folder 28 Organizations (other), Parker Herbex Hair Hygiene Bulletin, August 1958
Box 28 Folder 29 Organizations (other), Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Great Lakes Regional Conference, May 25, 1985
Box 28 Folder 30 Organizations (other), Robbins Historical Society, no date
Box 28 Folder 31 Organizations (other), The Tate Visual System for Beauty Schools, February 24, 1958
Box 28 Folder 32 Organizations (other), Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., December 28, 1957-January 19, 1991

Series 12: Programs, General, 1946-1992

Box 29 Folder 1 Programs, General, Northwestern University graduation program, 1946
Box 29 Folder 2 Programs, General, Vocational Conference, Du Sable High School, Chicago, 1947
Box 29 Folder 3 Programs, General, includes Zeta Phi Beta program, The Royalties club cocktail party, Institute of Cosmetology (New York City), Southern Beauty Congress (Birmingham, Alabama), 1948
Box 29 Folder 4 Programs, General, includes South Shore Baptist Church fashion show with Marva Louis Barrow, and National Negro Achievement Day, sponsored by the Supreme Royal Circle of Friends of the World, 1949
Box 29 Folder 5 Programs, General, includes birthday party for Joyner at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1950
Box 29 Folder 6 Programs, General, includes Woman’s Convention, Auxiliary to the National Baptist Convention, Miami, Florida, and 33rd Annual Boulé, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, St. Louis, Missouri, 1953
Box 29 Folder 7 Programs, General, includes “The Show of the Stars,” Georgia State Beauty Culturists League, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955
Box 29 Folder 8 Programs, General, includes Ninth Annual Convention, National Poro Association, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee, 1956
Box 29 Folder 9 Programs, General, includes New York State Beauty Culturists Convention, New York City, 1957
Box 29 Folder 10 Programs, General, 1958
Box 29 Folder 11 Programs, General, includes Third Annual Sate Convention of Illinois State Beauticians, East St. Louis, Illinois, and 12th Annual Convention of National Poro Association, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, 1959
Box 29 Folder 12 Programs, General, includes National Association of Cosmetology Schools Convention, Miami Beach, Florida, 1960
Box 29 Folder 13 Programs, General, includes UNCF Kick-off Fundraiser, at Washington Park Field House, Chicago, Franklin Beauty School celebration, Houston, Texas, 1962
Box 29 Folder 14 Programs, General, includes American Negro Emancipation Proclamation Centennial, Robbins Social Service Club, Robbins, Illinois, 1963
Box 29 Folder 15 Programs, General, includes Chicago Regional Community Leaders Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity, Chicago, Illinois, 1964
Box 29 Folder 16 Programs, General, includes White House Conference on International Cooperation, Washington, D.C., 1965
Box 29 Folder 17 Programs, General, Wedding Invitation for marriage of Mary Ann Fook (granddaughter of MS Joyner) to Charles Phillip Younger, 1966
Box 29 Folder 18 Programs, General, 1972
Box 29 Folder 19 Programs, General, includes Dinner honoring Dorothy Height, New York City, and Young Adult Choir concert, First Church of Deliverance, Chicago, Illinois, 1973
Box 29 Folder 20 Programs, General, 1974
Box 29 Folder 21 Programs, General, 1975
Box 29 Folder 22 Programs, General, includes Chicago Park District Senior Citizen of the Year Luncheon, and Metz P. Lochard Honors Luncheon, University of Chicago, 1976
Box 29 Folder 23 Programs, General, 1977
Box 29 Folder 24 Programs, General, 1978
Box 29 Folder 25 Programs, General, includes League of Black Women conference, Chicago, Illinois, and Bay area Beauty and Barber Trade Show, San Francisco, California, 1979
Box 29 Folder 26 Programs, General, includes Isabel Joseph Johnson Birthday Celebration, South Park Baptist Church, Chicago, 1980
Box 29 Folder 27 Programs, General, includes Clarence Darrow Birthday Celebration, Chicago, Illinois, 1981
Box 29 Folder 28 Programs, General, includes NAACP Fighting Fund For Freedom Dinner, Chicago, Illinois, 1982
Box 30 Folder 1 Programs, General, includes Universal Negro Improvement Association’s international convention, Chicago, Illinois, and Chicago Du Sable League celebration, 1983
Box 30 Folder 2 Programs, General, includes Mary McLeod Bethune Museum and Archives “Tribute to Madam C.J. Walker and Mrs. Annie Turnbo Malone,” Washington, D.C., 1984
Box 30 Folder 3 Programs, General, includes exhibit of MS Joyner’s memorabilia, University of Illinois at Chicago, and National Council of Negro Women Convention, Washington, D.C., 1985
Box 30 Folder 4 Programs, General, includes exhibition on life and work of MS Joyner at Du Sable Museum, Chicago, 1986
Box 30 Folder 5 Programs, General, 1987 (1). Includes Mortgage Burning Celebration, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois.
Box 30 Folder 6 Programs, General, 1987 (2). Includes Operation PUSH National Convention, Chicago, Illinois
Box 30 Folder 7 Programs, General, 1987 (3). Includes “Distinguished Women’s Reception, “Women’s Network to Re-elect Mayor Washington, Chicago, Illinois.
Box 30 Folder 8 Programs, General, 1988 (1). Includes Seventh Anniversary Banquet in honor of Rev. Eugene Gary, First Church of Deliverance, Chicago, Illinois, 1988
Box 30 Folder 9 Programs, General, 1988 (2). Includes “Happy Birthday” celebration for Isabel Joseph Johnson, South Park Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois
Box 30 Folder 10 Programs, General, includes Fashion Show fundraiser for Chicago Tougaloo College Alumni Association, 1989
Box 30 Folder 11 Programs, General, includes Chicago Housing Authority and Senior Citizens Advisory Councils, Christmas Gala, 1990
Box 30 Folder 12 Programs, General, 1991
Box 30 Folder 13 Programs, General, 1992
Box 30 Folder 14 Programs, General, undated

Series 13: Audiovisual Materials, 1984-1996

Box 31 Folder 1 Audiocassette, Joyner on WCLR-FM, Chicago, December 16, 1984. Side 1, interview on Chicago Defender Charities Christmas work; side 2, “The Christmas Connection.” Two sides, 90 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 2 Audiocassette, Joyner interview by Traci Cobb on “Talking Live,” for TLC Production Company, Chicago, January 6, 1986. Two sides, 45 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 3 Audiocassette, “What a Fellowship Hour,” sermon and gospel music, by Rev. Clay Evans, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, 1986. Two sides, 60 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 4 Audiocassette, sermon by Rev. Henry O. Hardy, Cosmopolitan Community Church, “We Never Stop,” Part II, April 3, 1986. Two sides, 60 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 5 Audiocassette, speech by Attorney Thomas N. Todd at Cosmopolitan Community Church, “Men committed to the vision of helping one another,” September 20, 1987. One side, 30 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 6 Audiocassette, sermon by Rev. Henry O. Hardy at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, “A good man is not hard to find,” June 18, 1989. Two sides, 60 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 7 Videocassette, MS Joyner appearance on “Today” show, NBC-TV (national broadcast), April 3, 1990. About 10 minutes total
Box 31 Folder 8 Audiocassettes, Joyner oral history interview with Michael Flug, Harsh Research Collection, May 11, 1993. Two tapes [four sides], 120 minutes total. Interview utilized in biographical article on MS Joyner in Notable Black American Men, 1996

Series 14: Serials, 1933-1992

Box 32 Folder 1 Serials, African Guardian, Lagos, Nigeria, 1986
Box 32 Folder 2 Serials, American Hairdresser, Chicago, Illinois, 1941-1951
Box 32 Folder 3 Serials, American Hairdresser, Chicago, Illinois, 1954-1961
Box 32 Folder 4 Serials, American Visions, Washington, D.C., 1987
Box 32 Folder 5 Serials, Applause, Dallas, Texas, 1947
Box 32 Folder 6 Serials, AGB, Journal of the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C., 1977-1982
Box 32 Folder 7 Serials, AGB, Journal of the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C., 1983-1991
Box 32 Folder 8 Serials, Barber Trade, New York, New York, 1961
Box 32 Folder 9 Serials, The Beacon, Big Rock, Illinois, 1978
Box 32 Folder 10 Serials, Beauticians Journal and Guide, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1949
Box 32 Folder 11 Serials, Beautiful Hair, St. Louis, Missouri, 1976
Box 32 Folder 12 Serials, Beauty Briefs, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947
Box 32 Folder 13 Serials, Beauty Classic, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1985
Box 32 Folder 14 Serials, Beauty Classic, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1986
Box 32 Folder 15 Serials, Beauty Classic, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1987
Box 32 Folder 16 Serials, Beauty World, New York, New York, 1958
Box 33 Folder 1 Beauty Fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1968
Box 33 Folder 2 Beauty School Management, Los Angeles, California, 1956-1958
Box 33 Folder 3 Bethunia, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1961
Box 33 Folder 4 Black Enterprise, New York, 1971-1975
Box 33 Folder 5 Black History News and Notes, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1983
Box 33 Folder 6 Black Woman’s Voice, New York, New York, 1974
Box 33 Folder 7 Bronzeville News Magazine, Chicago, Illinois, 1943-1944
Box 33 Folder 8 Center Lines, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1984
Box 33 Folder 9 Chicago Afrikan, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
Box 33 Folder 10 Chicago History, Chicago, Illinois, 1981
Box 33 Folder 11 Colorgram, Nutley, New Jersey, 1983
Box 33 Folder 12 Dawn Magazine, New York, New York, 1986
Box 33 Folder 13 The Dudley Times, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1987
Box 33 Folder 14 ECMA Beauty News, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1957
Box 33 Folder 15 Flaire, New York, New York, 1961
Box 33 Folder 16 Ghana Today (supplement of Address by Pres. Kwame Nkrumah), 1960
Box 33 Folder 17 Ghana Today, London, England, 1961
Box 33 Folder 18 History News, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
Box 33 Folder 19 Illinois Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, Bartonville, Illinois, 1981-1983
Box 33 Folder 20 Ivy Leaf, Chicago, Illinois, 1953
Box 33 Folder 21 Keen Ager News, Chicago, Illinois, 1990-1991
Box 33 Folder 22 Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority News, Chicago, Illinois, 1991-1992
Box 33 Folder 23 Modern Beauty Shop, Concord, New Hampshire, 1950
Box 33 Folder 24 Ms., New York, New York, 1983
Box 33 Folder 25 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1950-1961
Box 33 Folder 26 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1972-1975
Box 33 Folder 27 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1976-1977
Box 34 Folder 1 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1981-1982
Box 34 Folder 2 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1983- 1984
Box 34 Folder 3 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1985
Box 34 Folder 4 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1986
Box 34 Folder 5 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1987
Box 34 Folder 6 National Beauty School Journal, Bronx, New York, 1988- 1989
Box 34 Folder 7 National Hook-up of Black Women (Chicago Chapter), Chicago, Illinois, 1990
Box 34 Folder 8 Negro History Bulletin, Washington, D.C., 1940
Box 34 Folder 9 National Women’s Committee for Civil Rights Newsletter, Washington, D.C., 1964
Box 34 Folder 10 The OTHI Newsletter, Houston, Texas, 1987
Box 34 Folder 11 The Rhem Report (Rep. Sylvester Rhem), Chicago, Illinois, 1983-1984
Box 34 Folder 12 Shampoo, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1984
Box 35 Folder 1 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1983
Box 35 Folder 2 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
Box 35 Folder 3 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1985
Box 35 Folder 4 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1986
Box 35 Folder 5 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1987
Box 35 Folder 6 Shop Talk, Chicago, Illinois, 1988
Box 35 Folder 7 Simply You, Chicago, Illinois, 1986-1988
Box 35 Folder 8 Sisters, Washington, D.C., 1988
Box 35 Folder 9 Stewardship, Madison Heights, Michigan, 1992Voice of Beauty Culture, Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1934
Box 35 Folder 10 Tan Confessions, 1951
Box 35 Folder 11 Voice of Beauty Culture, Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1934
Box 36 Folder 1 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1954-1957
Box 36 Folder 2 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1958
Box 36 Folder 3 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1959
Box 36 Folder 4 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1960
Box 36 Folder 5 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1961 (1)
Box 36 Folder 6 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1961 (2)
Box 36 Folder 7 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1962 (1)
Box 36 Folder 8 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1962 (2)
Box 36 Folder 9 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1963
Box 36 Folder 10 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1964
Box 37 Folder 1 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1965 (1)
Box 37 Folder 2 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1965 (2)
Box 37 Folder 3 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1966 (1)
Box 37 Folder 4 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1966 (2)
Box 37 Folder 5 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1967 (1)
Box 37 Folder 6 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1967 (2)
Box 37 Folder 7 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1968
Box 37 Folder 8 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1969
Box 37 Folder 9 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1970
Box 37 Folder 10 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1971 (1)
Box 37 Folder 11 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1971 (2)
Box 38 Folder 1 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1972
Box 38 Folder 2 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1973
Box 38 Folder 3 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1974 (1)
Box 38 Folder 4 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1974 (2)
Box 38 Folder 5 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1975
Box 38 Folder 6 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1976
Box 38 Folder 7 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1977
Box 38 Folder 8 Beauty Trade, New York, New York, 1978
Box 39 Folder 1 Color, Charleston, West Virginia, 1946, 1949
Box 39 Folder 2 Ebony, 1947, 1954
Box 39 Folder 3 Ebony, 1966, 1987

Series 15: Photographs, circa 1898-1993

Sub-series 1: Portraits of MS Joyner, family and friends, circa 1898-1992

Box 40 Photo 001 Marjorie Stewart Joyner’s grandparents, parents and other family in Virginia, circa 1898
Box 40 002 George Emanuel Stewart (father of MS Joyner), c.1915
Box 40 003 Margaret Stewart Morgan (MS Joyner’s aunt), circa 1920
Box 40 004 Odie Fouche (as baby), circa 1922. Photo by Worthington, Chicago
Box 40 005 MS Joyner’s “Registered Barber” license, issued by State of Illinois, November 6, 1925
Box 40 006 Gathering at Herron’s Restaurant on 47th St., Chicago, with MS Joyner and Dr. Robert Joyner (MS Joyner’s husband) seated front right, circa 1930
Box 40 007 Dr. Robert Joyner, circa 1935
Box 40 008 Barbara Joyner (Powell) as baby, 1940s. Photo by Worthington, Chicago
Box 40 009 MS Joyner with daughters Barbara (Bobbie) and Ann, 1940s
Box 40 010 Dr. Robert Joyner, Barbara Joyner, MS Joyner, circa 1940
Box 40 011 Gillespie School graduation class, with Barbara Joyner (front row, third from right), June 1950
Box 40 012 MS Joyner with daughters Anne and Barbara at formal event, 1950s
Box 40 013 Anne Joyner and Barbara Joyner, 1950s
Box 40 014 Anne Joyner Fook with friends, circa 1955
Box 40 015 Portrait of Anne Joyner Fook, May 8, 1955
Box 40 016 MS Joyner’s family celebrating her 79th birthday, including daughters Ann and Barbara, grandson Butch, granddaughter Mary Ann, great granddaughters Ann and Cynthia, 1975. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 40 017 Cake for MS Joyner’s 80th birthday, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 40 018 MS Joyner receiving Chicago Park District Senior Citizen of the Year award, June 9, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 40 019 MS Joyner and Toni Costonie at exhibition on MS Joyner’s life and work, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), 1990
Box 40 020 MS Joyner with four friends at exhibition on MS Joyner’s life and work, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), 1990
Box 40 021 MS Joyner and Toni Costonie at exhibition on MS Joyner’s life and work, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), 1990
Box 40 022 Exhibit on MS Joyner’s life and work at UIC, 1990. Photo by Bill Wallace
Box 40 023 Exhibit on MS Joyner’s life and work at UIC, 1990. Photo by Bill Wallace
Box 40 024 MS Joyner, Archie Motley, Mildred Johnson, Toussaint Perkins at program and exhibit celebrating life and work of MS Joyner at Woodson Regional Library, 1993. Photo by Bill Wallace
Box 40 025 Ann Joyner Fook with friend, undated. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 40 026 Grace and Chote Fouché, undated
Box 40 027 MS Joyner, 1920s
Box 40 028 MS Joyner, leaning against tree, 1920s
Box 40 029 See Oversize Box 58
Box 40 030 See Oversize Box 57
Box 40 031 Number not utilized
Box 40 032 MS Joyner portrait, at Chicago Defender, circa 1930
Box 40 033 MS Joyner portrait, circa 1943
Box 40 034 MS Joyner portrait, 1940s. Photo by Arnold CIRCA De Mille, New York City
Box 40 035 MS Joyner receiving honorary doctorate degree at Bethune Cookman College, 1961
Box 40 036 MS Joyner portrait, Denver Hilton, 1964. Photo by Faingold
Box 40 037 Cartoon caricature of MS Joyner by Chester Commodore, Chicago Defender, 1977
Box 40 038 MS Joyner wearing Bethune Cookman College medallion, 1980s
Box 40 039 MS Joyner at age 96, 1992. Photo by Carline Cajuste
Box 40 040 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 40 041 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 40 042 See Oversize Box 58
Box 40 043 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 40 044 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 40 045 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 40 046 MS Joyner snapshot, undated
Box 40 047 MS Joyner in graduation robe, undated, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 40 048 MS Joyner in graduation robe, undated, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 40 049 MS Joyner portrait at Chi Mu Delta chapter, Gary, Indiana, undated, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 40 050 MS Joyner at Chicago Defender office, 1990s
Box 41 051 MS Joyner portrait, undated
Box 41 052 MS Joyner in Walker Beauty College office at South Center Department Store, undated

Sub-series 2: USO and World War II photos, circa 1943-1945

Box 41 053 Marva Louis with servicemen and volunteers at USO Servicemen’s Center #3, Chicago, 1943
Box 41 054 Marva Louis with servicemen at USO Servicemen’s Center #3, Chicago, 1943
Box 41 055 Marva Louis with servicemen in dining hall at USO Servicemen’s Center #3, Chicago, 1943
Box 41 056 Young women entertaining at USO Servicemen’s Center #3, Chicago, 1943. Photo by Loop Photo Service
Box 41 057 MS Joyner receiving donation check to USO, circa 1943
Box 41 058 Raymond Fouché in Japan, circa 1945
Box 41 059 MS Joyner with Boy Scouts during World War II, circa 1945
Box 41 060 Prominent guests at party given for servicemen by Walker Company, circa 1945. Guests include Andy Devine, Jane Wyman, Jack Benny, Don Wilson (Benny’s announcer), Mary Livingstone, Mayor Ed Kelly, MS Joyner, Marie Moore. Photo by Gushiniere Studio
Box 41 061 MS Joyner, as Mistress of Ceremonies at War Bond Drive event, with Ethel Waters, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rev. Joseph Evans, Mary McLeod Bethune, at Metropolitan Community Church, Chicago, 1944. Photo by George H. Myles
Box 41 062 Fund Drive for Liberty Ship named in memory of Robert S. Abbott, Chicago Defender article, March 18, 1944
Box 41 063 Madam C.J. Walker Beauty College woman wearing “Buy War Bonds” hat in front of flag, Chicago, 1944
Box 41 064 Madam C.J. Walker Beauty College exhibit, Chicago,1944
Box 41 065 “Buy War Bonds” booth, 1944
Box 41 066 Women who sold war bonds, with MS Joyner in center of photo, 1944. Photo by War Finance Commission

Subseries 3: United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association (UBSOTA), circa 1940s-1984

Box 41 067 First meeting of UBSOTA, with MS Joyner, Mary McLeod Bethune, Congressman William Dawson, at National Council of Negro Women, Chicago, 1945
Box 41 068 See Oversize Box 57
Box 41 069 UBSOTA Regional meeting at Bacon’s Casino, Chicago, 1940s
Box 41 070 UBSOTA trip to Haiti, Pan American Airways, 1952
Box 41 071 UBSOTA trip to Haiti, Pan American Airways, 1952
Box 41 072 UBSOTA trip to Haiti, Pan American Airways, 1952
Box 41 073 UBSOTA trip to Haiti, Pan American Airways, 1952
Box 41 074 UBSOTA trip to Haiti, 1952
Box 41 075 MS Joyner laying wreath at monument to Toussaint L’Ouverture, UBSOTA trip to Haiti, 1952
Box 41 076 MS Joyner with Haitian officials, UBSOTA trip to Haiti, 1952
Box 41 077 Haitian beautician posing in front of portrait of Mme. C.J. Walker, 1952
Box 41 078 Delegates to UBSOTA convention, Miami, 1952. Photo by Fred Harris
Box 41 079 UBSOTA convention committee, meeting in Detroit, 1953. Photo by Frank Brown
Box 41 080 Robert Joyner on ship, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 081 Delegates on ship, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 082 UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 083 UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 084 UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 085 UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 086 Ann Joyner Fook with UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 087 MS Joyner and Robert Joyner with UBSOTA delegates at pier, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 088 Ann Joyner Fook, Robert Joyner, with ship’s officer and UBSOTA delegates on board ship, trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 089 MS Joyner, Ann Joyner Fook, with ship’s officer, on S.S. United States, 1954
Box 41 090 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner at ship taking UBSOTA beauticians to Paris, 1954. Photo by James CIRCA Campbell, New York
Box 41 091 Mary McLeod Bethune with Ann Joyner Fook and Barbara Joyner Powell at ship, UBSOTA trip to France, 1954
Box 41 092 Mary McLeod Bethune with members of UBSOTA boarding ship on trip to France, 1954. Photo by James CIRCA Campbell
Box 41 093 MS Joyner with captain of S.S. United States, on trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 094 MS Joyner, J. H. Jemison, and UBSOTA delegates with captain of S.S. United States on trip to Paris, 1954
Box 41 095 MS Joyner with UBSOTA delegates arriving at Paris train station, 1954
Box 41 096 Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski) presenting his autographed book on beauty culture to MS Joyner, Paris 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 41 097 Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski) presenting his autographed book on beauty culture to MS Joyner, Paris 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 41 098 Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski) showing hair style sculpture to MS Joyner and UBSOTA delegates, Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 101 MS Joyner and UBSOTA delegates with Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski), Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 102 MS Joyner and UBSOTA delegates on rooftop with Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski), Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 103 MS Joyner and UBSOTA delegates viewing Eiffel Tower from rooftop with Monsieur Antoine (Antek Cierplikowski), Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 104 MS Joyner with Robert Joyner, Barbara Joyner, and UBSOTA delegates in front of Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1954
Box 42 105 UBSOTA delegates in front of Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1954
Box 42 106 MS Joyner speaking to UBSOTA delegates and reporters in Paris, 1954
Box 42 107 MS Joyner with UBSOTA delegates in front of Notre Dame de Paris, 1954
Box 42 108 MS Joyner with UBSOTA delegates in front of Notre Dame de Paris, 1954
Box 42 109 UBSOTA delegates touring Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 110 UBSOTA delegates touring Paris, 1954
Box 42 111 UBSOTA delegates at train station, Paris, 1954
Box 42 112 UBSOTA delegates touring Paris, 1954. Photo by Éclair Continental
Box 42 113 UBSOTA tour in London, 1954. Photo by John Somers
Box 42 114 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 115 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 116 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 117 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 118 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 119 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 120 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954
Box 42 121 Number not utilized
Box 42 122 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954
Box 42 123 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 124 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 125 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 126 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 127 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 128 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 129 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 130 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 131 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 132 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 133 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 134 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 135 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 136 UBSOTA delegates observing Paris beauticians at work, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 137 UBSOTA trip to Paris, beauty shop demonstration, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 42 138 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 139 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 140 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 141 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 142 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 143 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 144 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 145 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 146 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 147 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 148 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 149 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 42 150 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 151 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 152 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 153 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 154 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 155 UBSOTA trip to Paris, French styling techniques, 1954
Box 43 156 Coiffure de Carlo, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 157 MS Joyner, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 158 MS Joyner and Robert Joyner, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 159 UBSOTA trip to Paris, luncheon, 1954
Box 43 160 UBSOTA trip to Paris, luncheon, 1954
Box 43 161 MS Joyner having feet examined, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 43 162 Eugene (possibly inventor of permanent wave) and MS Joyner, 1954
Box 43 163 UBSOTA trip to Paris, luncheon, 1954
Box 43 164 MS Joyner, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 165 UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 166 Group portrait, UBSOTA delegates in Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 43 167 MS Joyner with huge bouquet of roses, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 43 168 Fashion show, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 43 169 Fashion show, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954. Photo by Robert Mollard
Box 43 170 Moulin Rouge at night, UBSOTA trip to Paris, 1954
Box 43 171 UBSOTA Convention trip to Mexico City, 1955. Photo by Henderson Travel Service
Box 43 172 Welcome by Mexicans to UBSOTA Convention in Mexico City, 1955
Box 43 173 MS Joyner and Robert Joyner with UBSOTA delegates, Mexico City, 1955
Box 43 174 MS Joyner with UBSOTA float in Mexico City parade, 1955
Box 43 175 Mexican band at UBSOTA Convention, 1955
Box 43 176 Mary Brown, MS Joyner, Ann Joyner Fook, Robert Joyner, at ruins near Jerusalem temple, UBSOTA trip to Holy Land, 1960
Box 43 177 MS Joyner and Robert Joyner on UBSOTA trip to the Holy Land, 1960
Box 43 178 MS Joyner and Robert Joyner on UBSOTA trip to the Holy Land, 1960
Box 43 179 MS Joyner and members of Schools Committee meeting with U. S. Ambassador John Hay Whitney in his office, London, England, 1960
Box 43 180 Robert Joyner at Tree of Zakeos, Jericho, Jordan, May 1960
Box 43 181 Dick Whittingham in Israel, 1960
Box 43 182 Isabel Johnson, President, Chapter #271, with other officers at Beauticians’ Ball, Chicago, March 15, 1964. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 43 183 MS Joyner at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 5-9, 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 184 Members of UBSOTA, Denver chapter, at UBSOTA Convention, 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 185 California delegates to UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 186 North Carolina delegates to UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 44 187 MS Joyner in audience for talent show at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 188 Beryl W. Maus, head of the Colorado State Board of Beauty Culture Examiners with two delegates from Seattle, UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 189 Unidentified speaker at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 190 Delegates to UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 191 Willa Smallwood (California) and Iona Cockrell (Memphis), UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 192 Delegates arriving at train station for UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 193 Luncheon speaker at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 194 Kappa Omega Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi Pi Omega sorority at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 195 Phoenix, Arizona delegates with MS Joyner at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 196 Delegates at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by McCloud
Box 43 197 MS Joyner, Dr. Richard V. Moore, U.S. Congressman Byron Johnson on podium at UBSOTA Convention, Denver, Colorado, April 1964. Photo by Bob White’s Camera
Box 43 198 UBSOTA representatives with Liberian hosts on visit to Liberia, 1965
Box 43 199 UBSOTA visit to Ghana: postcard photo of Ambassador Hotel, Accra, Ghana, 1965. Postcard sent by MS Joyner to Bessie Hall, Robbins, Illinois
Box 43 200 UBSOTA members Florida Dunlap, Mary Morris, Lydia Adams, Mary Brown, Chicago, Nov. 30, 1966
Box 44 201 Lena Saunders and other UBSOTA members plan hair style revue, Chicago, January 1966. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 202 Dais at UBSOTA banquet, with Josie Brown (Childs), Judge Russell DeBow, Rev. Henry Hardy, Lygoria Maynor, Evelyn Mortimer, Leola Clark, MS Joyner, Mary Brown, October 1968. Photo by Robert A. Sengstacke
Box 44 203 UBSOTA Chicago members going to National Beauty Culturists League convention, Lottie Terrell, Lena Saunders, Pearlie Brooks, Maggie Burton, Helen Dixon, Ernestine Flores, Isabel Johnson, January 7, 1969. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 204 Debra Howell, Leora Moses with other UBSOTA members, Chicago, 1970. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 205 UBSOTA Silver Anniversary Day, Chicago, 1970. Photo by Tinsley Photo
Box 44 206 MS Joyner speaking for UBSOTA at U. of Chicago Center for Continuing Education, October 8, 1972. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 207 Chicago delegates to UBSOTA convention, 1975
Box 44 208 MS Joyner joining UBSOTA leader Ida W. Soublett as Soublett got her degree with Arizona State University, May 16, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 44 209 MS Joyner demonstrating hair styling on Katie Wickhams at UBSOTA convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, [undated]
Box 44 210 National officers of UBSOTA at convention, [undated]
Box 44 211 Part of the dinner group at UBSOTA Great Lakes Regional convention, undated. Photo by Robert A. Sengstacke
Box 44 212 Part of the dinner group at UBSOTA Great Lakes Regional convention, undated. Photo by Robert A. Sengstacke
Box 44 213 MS Joyner with two delegates at an UBSOTA convention, undated
Box 44 214 UBSOTA voter registration committee meeting, chaired by MS Joyner and Leora Moses, undated
Box 44 215 UBSOTA members Lydia Adams, Eddie Gray, Lygoria Maynor, Katherine Frazier, Chicago, undated
Box 44 216 UBSOTA national officers at speakers’ table, undated
Box 44 217 Mary Hall with Detroit UBSOTA leadership, undated
Box 44 218 Houston, Texas UBSOTA members, Alma Jo Springs, Vivian Mitchell, Alma Harris, Helen Wilson, undated. Photo by Studtman Photo Service
Box 44 219 MS Joyner with UBSOTA New York Convention Committee, undated. Photo by James CIRCA Campbell
Box 44 220 Louise Prothro with MS Joyner at UBSOTA convention, Portland, Oregon, undated. Photo by Gladys Gilbert Studio
Box 44 221 MS Joyner, Robert Joyner getting off bus at UBSOTA convention, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, undated. Photo by Grice Studio

Sub-series 4: Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority and Fraternity (ACPO), circa 1940s-circa 1990s

Box 44 222 MS Joyner with Mary McLeod Bethune at construction of new Bethune Cookman College building, partially funded by ACPO, circa 1950
Box 44 223 Christmas group photo, Alpha chapter, ACPO, Chicago, December 15, 1961
Box 44 224 Members of Alpha Alpha chapter, ACPO, Dallas, Texas, undated
Box 44 225 Members of Alpha Beta Nu chapter, ACPO, Omaha, Nebraska, undated. Photo by William White
Box 44 226 Alpha Beta Omega chapter, ACPO, at Allura’s School of Beauty Culture, Memphis, Tennessee, 1947. Photo by Hooks Brothers
Box 44 227 Members of Alpha Chi Eta chapter, ACPO, Nashville, Tennessee, undated
Box 44 228 “Helping Santa” with Defender Charities,” Alpha Chi Omega chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1960s
Box 44 229 Nozelia Ross, Winnola Scott, Mattie Hamlin, Alpha Epsilon chapter, ACPO, Rockford, Illinois, 1960s. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 230 Original members of Alpha Gamma Kappa chapter, ACPO, Detroit, Michigan, 1960s. Photo by De Marr Solomon
Box 44 231 Members of Alpha Gamma Kappa chapter, ACPO, Detroit, Michigan, undated. Photo by F. Williams Photography
Box 44 232 Members of Alpha Gamma Kappa chapter, ACPO, Detroit, Michigan, undated.
Box 44 233 Members of Alpha Iota Mu chapter, ACPO, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1978
Box 44 234 Members of Alpha Iota Nu chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated
Box 44 235 Members of Alpha Kappa Phi chapter, ACPO, October 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 236 Members of Alpha Phi Xi chapter, ACPO, Cincinnati, Ohio, undated
Box 44 237 Members of Alpha Phi Xi chapter, ACPO, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1960s. Photo by Suggs Studio
Box 44 238 Members of Alpha Sigma chapter, ACPO, Evanston, Illinois, undated
Box 44 239 Alice Barber, Basileus, with other members of Alpha Sigma chapter, ACPO, December 19, 1964
Box 44 240 Members of Alpha Sigma Theta chapter, ACPO, Kansas City, Kansas, undated. Photo by Carson Studio
Box 44 241 Myrtle Estes, Eddie Newman, Sarah Taylor, Dorothy Bell, Doris Starks, Lavern Penny, Alpha Tau chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 44 242 Members of Alpha Tau chapter, ACPO, Chicago, March 5, 1966. Photo by Daly Studio
Box 44 243 Hostesses at NAACP’s Silver Anniversary Tea, Alpha Tau chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1958. Photo by Daly Studio
Box 44 244 Members of Alpha Tau chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated
Box 44 245 Members of Alpha Theta chapter, ACPO, Gary, Indiana, undated
Box 44 246 Members of Alpha Xi Phi chapter, ACPO, Atlanta, Georgia, undated
Box 44 247 Members of Beta Phi Omega chapter, ACPO, Jamaica, Brooklyn, and Bronx, New York, 1960s. Photo by Bill Hayes
Box 44 248 Members of Beta Pi Zeta chapter, ACPO, Oakland, California, undated
Box 44 249 Members of Beta Theta Mu chapter, ACPO, Jackson, Mississippi, undated
Box 44 250 MS Joyner with members of Chi Delta chapter, ACPO, New York, NY, undated. Photo by Williams Studio
Box 45 251 Members of Chi Delta Rho chapter, ACPO, Los Angeles, California, undated Photo by Maceo Sheffield
Box 45 252 Members of Chi Delta chapter, ACPO, New York, New York, undated
Box 45 253 Members of Chi Epsilon chapter, ACPO, Memphis, Tennessee, November 11, 1974. Photo by Hooks Brothers
Box 45 254 Members of Delta Chi Delta chapter, ACPO, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 16, 1974
Box 45 255 Members of Delta Chi Eta chapter, ACPO, Raleigh, North Carolina, undated
Box 45 256 Members of Delta Omega chapter, ACPO, Seattle, Washington, undated
Box 45 257 Members of Delta Omega chapter, ACPO, Seattle, Washington, undated
Box 45 258 Letitia Allen, Basileus, with members of Epsilon Xi Alpha chapter, ACPO, Springfield, Massachusetts, January 6, 1958. Photo by Buddy Rose
Box 45 259 Members of Epsilon Xi Delta chapter, ACPO, New Haven, Connecticut, undated. Photo by Ray-Paige
Box 45 260 Members of Eta Rho chapter, ACPO, Dayton, Ohio, undated
Box 45 261 Nora Ross, Beatrice Williams, Arnetta Weatherspoon, members of Eta Zeta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 45 262 Arnetta Weatherspoon, Basileus, with members of Eta Zeta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, October 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 45 263 Members of Eta Zeta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated
Box 45 264 Mildred Johns, Basileus, with members of Gamma Delta chapter, ACPO, Philadelphia, 1960s. Photo by Reuben E. Hall
Box 45 265 Members of Gamma Epsilon chapter, ACPO, Columbia, South Carolina, undated Photo by J. Davison Reynolds
Box 45 266 Members of Gamma Iota chapter, ACPO, Greenville, Mississippi, undated
Box 45 267 Members of Gamma Mu chapter, ACPO, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1970. Photo by Wallace Photography
Box 45 268 Members of Gamma Omicron chapter, ACPO, Petersburg, Virginia, undated
Box 45 269 Members of Iota Lambda chapter, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, undated. Photo by Don Simmons Studio
Box 45 270 Five members of Iota Lambda chapter, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, undated.
Box 45 271 MS Joyner with members of Oklahoma delegation, ACPO, undated. Photo by Kimmel Studio
Box 45 272 Elizabeth Batiste, Lucretia Van Zandt, T.R. Stockton, Alta Me Dixon, Fannie Mae Davidson, Odell Robinson, members of Iota Rho Omega chapter, ACPO, San Francisco, California, undated
Box 45 273 Members of Kappa Delta Phi chapter, ACPO, Rochester, New York, undated
Box 45 274 MS Joyner with Members of Kappa Delta Phi chapter, ACPO, Rochester, New York, undated
Box 45 275 Presentation of charter to Lovie Mae Carroll, Basileus, and officers of Kappa Omega Chi chapter, ACPO, Denver, Colorado, undated
Box 45 276 Members of Kappa Omega Chi chapter, ACPO, Denver, Colorado, undated
Box 45 277 Charter members of Kappa Omega Chi chapter, ACPO, at banquet table, Denver, Colorado, undated
Box 45 278 Members of Lambda Alpha Pi chapter, ACPO, Peoria, Illinois, October 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 45 279 Members of Lambda Alpha Pi chapter, ACPO, Peoria, Illinois, undated
Box 45 280 Members of Micron Sigma chapter, ACPO, Philadelphia, undated. Photo by Smith’s Photo Service
Box 45 281 Members of Mu chapter, ACPO, in Emanuel A.M.E. church, Charleston, South Carolina, undated. Photo by Boags Modern Arts Photo Studio
Box 45 282 MS Joyner with members of Mu Epsilon Beta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, September 19, 1952
Box 45 283 Members of Nu Omega chapter, ACPO, Toledo, Ohio, undated. Photo by Ernie Boles
Box 45 284 Members of Nu Phi chapter, ACPO, Greensboro, North Carolina, undated.
Box 45 285 Members of Nu Phi Omega chapter, ACPO, Oakland, California, September 21, 1955. Photo by E.F. Joseph Studios
Box 45 286 Members of Nu Sigma Beta chapter, ACPO, Pensacola, Florida, undated
Box 45 287 Members of Omicron Sigma chapter, ACPO, Philadelphia, undated Photo by Ethan A. Prescott
Box 45 288 Members of Phi Psi Sigma chapter, ACPO, Louisville, Kentucky, undated
Box 45 289 Members of Pi Delta Sigma chapter, Oakland, California, undated
Box 45 290 Ann Joyner and Ruth Jackson (Birmingham, Alabama) with members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1953. Photo by Charles Dickson
Box 45 291 Members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, pose after giving out Christmas baskets at Chicago Defender, December 24, 1964.
Box 45 292 Members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1960s.
Box 45 293 Members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 45 294 Claire Scott, Evelyn Mortimer, Katherine Frazier. Vema Bryant, Roxie McGrew, Sophia Jones, members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, 1970s. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 45 295 Members of Pi Eta chapter, ACPO, Chicago, at a reception hall, undated
Box 45 296 Special Cheer, Civic and Social Committee, Kappa Omega Chi chapter of ACPO, Denver, Colorado, undated
Box 45 297 Members of Psi Iota chapter, Knoxville, Tennessee, undated
Box 45 298 Members of Psi Theta chapter, ACPO, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated
Box 45 299 Josephine Johns, Irene Merriweathers, Ruby Scates, Annie Carter, Queenella McDaniels, Ruth Varnado, Nancy White, members of Rho Sigma chapter, ACPO, Chicago, August 28, 1961
Box 45 300 Members of Rho Sigma Delta chapter, ACPO, Los Angeles, California, January 5, 1955
Box 46 301 Members of Sigma Gamma Rho chapter, ACPO, New York City, undated
Box 46 302 Members of Sigma chapter, ACPO, Nashville, Tennessee, undated
Box 46 303 Members of Sigma Phi Theta chapter, Galveston, Texas, undated
Box 46 304 Members of Tau Alpha Xi chapter, ACPO, Decatur, Illinois, undated
Box 46 305 Members of Upsilon Delta Phi chapter, ACPO, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, undated Photo by Gabriel Delobbe
Box 46 306 Members of Upsilon Rho chapter, San Francisco, California, undated Photo by Bright’s Photo
Box 46 307 Maggie Landrum, Vera Melton Brooks, Cecil McAllister, Idella Bruce, Lillian Williams, Sallie Sharp Mason, Beulah Moore, members of Xi Rho chapter, Chicago, ACPO, undated Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 308 Members of Xi Rho chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated Photo by Davenport Studio
Box 46 309 Members of Zeta Iota chapter, ACPO, Portland, Oregon, undated
Box 46 310 Members of Zeta Theta Mu chapter, ACPO, Chattanooga, Tennessee, undated
Box 46 311 Members of Sacramento, California chapter, ACPO, undated Photo by Clark, Hollywood Studios, Berkeley, California
Box 46 312 Members of ACPO, Chicago, November 4, 1963. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 313 Arrie Stoval, Juanita Prestwood, Charlene Johnson, Lillie Thomas, Maizie Thomas, Lucille Bates, Fort Wayne Indiana chapter, ACPO, undated
Box 46 314 Pearl Davis, with other members of Jackson, Mississippi chapter, ACPO, undated Photo by Farish Street News Studio
Box 46 315 Catherine Langston, with other members of Jackson, Mississippi chapter, ACPO, undated
Box 46 316 Members of Queens, New York chapter, ACPO, at Bethune Cookman College, undated Photo by Martin Gross
Box 46 317 MS Joyner with Texas state officers of ACPO, Galveston Texas, undated
Box 46 318 MS Joyner with members of Ashland, Virginia chapter, ACPO, undated Photo by Scott Henderson, Richmond, Virginia
Box 46 319 Willamenia Hardy with other members of Milwaukee chapter, ACPO, undated
Box 46 320 Fred Redman, first Grand National President of ACPO fraternity, 1940s
Box 46 321 S.B. Ransom and Ethel Payne with Ruby Trimble and other national officers of ACPO, Washington, D.C., 1940s. Photo by Bob White’s Camera
Box 46 322 MS Joyner, Eugene Robinson, Robert Joyner, Ruth Cunningham, Luciller Schuler, Ida Mae Robinson, Mae Garris, Ruby Trimble, ACPO national meeting at Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1960. Photo by Grice Studio, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Box 46 323 Rockford, Illinois ACPO officers Bernice Kent (Grand Basileus), Camille Winslow, Naomi Charles, Chicago, October 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 324 Nettie Freeman and members of ACPO planning fashion show, Chicago, March 26, 1962. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 325 Members of Alpha chapter, ACPO, Chicago, April 26, 1962. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 326 Bernice Kent speaking at ACPO convention, Little Rock Arkansas, 1962. Photo by Grice Studio, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Box 46 327 ACPO members, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1963
Box 46 328 MS Joyner with ACPO members, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1963
Box 46 329 ACPO members at banquet and beauty show, Corpus Christi, Texas, November 9, 1964
Box 46 330 Florida Dunlap with members of Alpha chapter, ACPO, Chicago, October 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 331 Anne Joyner Fook with members of ACPO, Chicago, October 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 46 332 Professor Harrison DeShields speaking at ACPO convention, Los Angeles, California, April 1969. Photo by City Center Photography
Box 46 333 ACPO delegates at the 24th national convention, Los Angeles, California, April 1969. Photo by City Center Photography
Box 46 334 Professor Harrison DeShields speaking at ACPO convention, Los Angeles, California, April 1969. Photo by City Center Photography
Box 46 335 Professor Harrison DeShields speaking at ACPO convention, Los Angeles, California, April 1969. Photo by City Center Photography
Box 46 336 ACPO members at workshop, Center for Continuing Education, University of Chicago, November 4, 1969
Box 46 337 MS Joyner presenting award to ACPO Soror Wilma Nichols, Birmingham, Alabama, 1971. Photo by Chris McNair Studio
Box 46 338 ACPO convention, Los Angeles, California, 1974
Box 46 339 Velma Brooks, Grand Basileus of ACPO, with Bernice Kent and Mattie Henson, at national convention, 1974. Photo by Dick Stone
Box 46 340 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 341 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 342 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 343 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 344 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 345 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 346 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 347 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 348 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 349 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 350 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 338 ACPO convention, Los Angeles, California, 1974
Box 46 339 Velma Brooks, Grand Basileus of ACPO, with Bernice Kent and Mattie Henson, at national convention, 1974. Photo by Dick Stone
Box 46 340 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 341 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 342 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 343 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 344 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 345 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 346 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 347 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 348 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 349 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 46 350 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 351 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 352 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 353 ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 354 MS Joyner with delegates, ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 355 MS Joyner with delegates, ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 356 MS Joyner with delegates, ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 357 MS Joyner with delegates, ACPO Convention, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1990
Box 47 358 Members of Alpha chapter, ACPO, Chicago, undated
Box 47 359 Eddie G. Burks, National President, ACPO Fraternity, Benton Harbor, Michigan, undated
Box 47 360 ACPO sorors attending convention in Hot Springs, Arkansas, undated Photo by G. Grice, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Box 47 361 Party for visiting student from Congo at Eta Rho chapter, ACPO, Dayton, Ohio, September 23, 1969

Series 5: Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Colleges, 1922-1972

Box 47 362 Anjetta Breedlove, Mme. C.J. Walker’s niece, Charleston, South Carolina, 1940s.
Box 47 363 First classroom, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, 1924
Box 47 364 First graduates, with MS Joyner (in back row, center), Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty School, Chicago, 1926
Box 47 365 Graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, circa 1929
Box 47 366 Graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, circa 1930
Box 47 367 Graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, February 1932
Box 47 368 MS Joyner with staff, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College shop in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, circa 1932
Box 47 369 MS Joyner with students and graduates of Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, February 18, 1935
Box 47 370 S. B. Ransom and MS Joyner with graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, November 1936
Box 47 371 Lecture room, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, January 26, 1938. Photo by A. Foster Foto
Box 47 372 “A Walker Evening School Class,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, February 8, 1938
Box 47 373 S. B. Ransom and MS Joyner with graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, May 29, 1938. Photo by A. Foster Foto
Box 47 374 Work station at Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, 1930s
Box 47 375 Beauty shop, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, 1930s
Box 47 376 Reception area, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, 1930s
Box 47 377 Practical work room, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, 1930s
Box 47 378 MS Joyner (rear) using her permanent wave machine, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, 1930s
Box 47 379 MS Joyner with mobile trailer for Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty Colleges, 1930s
Box 47 380 MS Joyner with graduating class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, outside Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, July 18, 1943
Box 47 381 MS Joyner with Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class and families, outside Corpus Christi High School, Chicago, 1945, see also Oversize Box 57
Box 47 382 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class and families, Corpus Christi church, Chicago, 1945., see also Oversize Box 58
Box 47 383 Hair styling demonstration, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College in South Center Department Store building, Chicago, circa 1945
Box 47 384 Graduating student being “crowned,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College prom, 1946. Photo on postcard sent by L. Valentine, photographer, to MS Joyner
Box 47 385 See Oversize Box 57
Box 47 386 MS Joyner with woman wearing mink stole, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College prom, 1946
Box 47 387 See Oversize Box 57
Box 47 388 First male World War II veterans to enroll in Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, 1947
Box 47 389 S.B. Ransom and MS Joyner with Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class, Chicago, 1940s
Box 47 390 “Satin Tress” promotion, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, October 20, 1953. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 47 391 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College booth at beauty shop fair, Chicago, 1953. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 47 392 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty Products booth at trade show, Chicago, October 20, 1953. Photo by Bozeman’s Ideal Photo Service
Box 47 393 Theodore Charles Stone at Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College booth at trade show, October 20, 1953. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 47 394 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College booth at beauty shop fair, Chicago, 1953. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 47 395 “Satin Tress” promotion, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, October 20, 1953. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 47 396 MS Joyner exhibiting “Satin Tress” at Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College booth at beauty shop fair, Oct. 10, 1953
Box 47 397 MS Joyner with Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class, Chicago, August 7, 1954
Box 47 398 “Mme. C.J. Walker’s Presentation, Paris and London Styles 1954,” beauty trade show, Chicago, 1954. Photo by Bass Studio
Box 47 399 Wilbur McClinton (“The Only Man”), Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduation, 1961
Box 47 400 “Walker is the word for beauty,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College students and teachers, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Ted Bell
Box 48 401 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College Hair Style Winners, Chicago, 1960s
Box 48 402 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College national workshop, Chicago, 1972. Photo by Rhoden Photo and Press Service
Box 48 403 Dorothy Fairchild, graduate, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, undated Photo by Patton Studio
Box 48 404 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduates with MS Joyner, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1, 1936. Photo by Alston
Box 48 405 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduates with MS Joyner, Dallas, Texas, 1940s
Box 48 406 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College students and teachers, with MS Joyner, Dallas, Texas, circa 1955
Box 48 407 Doris Bailey (standing, far right), owner of first Black beauty school in Gary, Indiana, with S.B. Ransom, MS Joyner, and Ann Joyner Fook, Gary, Indiana, circa 1955
Box 48 408 Romaine, a Haitian beautician, with portrait of Mme. C.J. Walker, 1960s
Box 48 409 See Oversize Box 57
Box 48 410 Beauticians Triangle Association: beauty school owners, teachers and operators, with Mme. C.J. Walker Company national representatives, Indianapolis, circa 1935
Box 48 411 Official photo of Mme. C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company national convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1948. Photo by Bass Photo Company
Box 48 412 S.B. Ransom, Ann Joyner Fook, in Walker Company offices, Indianapolis, Indiana, circa 1950
Box 48 413 Rev. Mary G. Evans (Cosmopolitan Community Church), S. B. Ransom, MS Joyner, at Walker Company offices, Indianapolis, Indiana, circa 1950
Box 48 414 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College supervisors from Illinois and Missouri: Herrice Franklin, Lee Ann Bonner, Madeline Oliver, Helen Dixon, Roxie Cotton, Chicago, January 7, 1969. Photo by Rhoden’s Photo and Press Service
Box 48 415 First Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College class in Jamaica, taught by MS Joyner, Kingston, Jamaica, 1929. Photo by W.G. Morris, Kingston
Box 48 416 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College teachers and students at Mme. Walker mansion on Hudson River, New York, 1922., see also Oversize Box 58
Box 48 417 Beauticians (including MS Joyner) visiting Mme. C.J. Walker’s gravesite, New York, 1931., see also Oversize Box 58
Box 48 418 See Oversize Box 57
Box 48 419 See Oversize Box 57
Box 48 420 See Oversize Box 57
Box 48 421 Leaders of three beauty colleges: Ernestine Mahor, Poro College; Joan Hayes, Apex College; MS Joyner, Walker Beauty College, New York, 1955
Box 48 422 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduates with S.B. Ransom, Washington, D.C., 1942
Box 48 423 MS Joyner, Donnie Cannon. Louise Bolton, at Southwest Regional meeting of Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, undated
Box 48 424 A’lelia Perry Bundles with Anjetta Breedlove, Washington, D.C., October 23, 1965. Photo by Irving CIRCA Smith

Sub-series 6: Other Beauty Schools, Hairstyles and Beauty Trade Shows, 1916-1981

Box 48 425 Group photo, Illinois League of Beauticians, Chicago, August 14, 1933. Photo by Patton’s Studio
Box 48 426 MS Joyner lobbying at Illinois State Legislature, Springfield, Illinois, circa 1935
Box 48 427 Beauty trade show with banner “Sustain Negro Enterprise,” sponsored by Chicago Negro Chamber of Commerce, 1938
Box 48 428 MS Joyner with other beauticians, 1930s
Box 48 429 MS Joyner teaching hair styling techniques, Chicago, 1940s
Box 48 430 MS Joyner at annual meeting of the Mississippi Independent Beauticians Association, Jackson, Mississippi, July 7-9, 1952. Photo by Beadle’s Studio
Box 48 431 See Oversize Box 58
Box 48 432 Officers of Mississippi Independent Beauticians Association meeting in Jackson, Mississippi, July 15-16, 1942. Photo by Beadle
Box 48 433 MS Joyner demonstrating “Satin Tress” at beauty show, 1953
Box 48 434 MS Joyner demonstrating beauty technique, 1953
Box 48 435 MS Joyner with African women at beauty show, advertising Satin Tress, 1953
Box 48 436 Beauticians at a party, doing “the twist”, circa 1964
Box 48 437 Beauty sorority members show “the total look,” Dallas, Texas, 1974. Photo by Dick Stone
Box 48 438 Madam C.J. Walker Beauty School exhibit at beauty trade show, Parkway Ballroom, Chicago, undated
Box 48 439 Beauticians from several beauty schools in gowns at trade show, undated
Box 48 440 Taylor Cosmetics Company booth at trade show, undated
Box 48 441 MS Joyner with beauticians at the “Show of Shows”, beauty trade show, undated
Box 48 442 Waiting room and booths at MS Joyner’s first salon, Chicago, 1916
Box 48 443 Storefront window, Marjorie’s Beauty Shop, Chicago, 1918. Photo by Robert Joyner, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 48 444 MS Joyner’s permanent wave machine, Madam C.J. Walker Beauty School, Chicago, circa 1930
Box 48 445 Poro College booth at trade show, demonstrating cosmetic techniques, with inset photo of Annie Turnbo Malone, Chicago, 1939
Box 48 446 Scott’s Beauty Institute booth at trade show, Chicago, 1940
Box 48 447 Marguerite Ward products booth at beauty shop expo, Chicago, circa 1945
Box 48 448 Unique Beauty School booth at trade show, Chicago, 1939
Box 48 449 Manicuring class, Ortho Beauty College, 1951
Box 48 450 MS Joyner with Althouse School of Beauty Culture, St. John A.M.E. Church, Omaha, Nebraska, 1959. Photo by William W. White
Box 49 451 Morris Academy of Beauty Culture booth, trade show, Chicago, 1950s
Box 49 452 Chicago Hair Goods Company booth, trade show, Chicago, 1950s
Box 49 453 Mattie Burrows, “Queen of 1961 class,” Sadye’s Beauty College, Chicago, 1961
Box 49 454 Mable Hunter, co-owner of Lydia School of Beauty Culture, Chicago, November 1, 1962
Box 49 455 Rose Morgan, President, Rose Morgan House of Beauty, Chicago, 1973
Box 49 456 Rose Morgan, President, Rose Morgan House of Beauty, with friend, Chicago, 1981
Box 49 457 Teachers and students, Perdue Beauty School, New York City, circa 1970, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 49 458 Jennifer Ransom Model, Delores Reese, Lydia B. Adams, and Vivian Foster, Lydia Adams School of Beauty Culture, Chicago, 1964. Photo by Ted Bell
Box 49 459 Alice Jefferson Taylor (Beaumont, Texas), Olivia Nicholas (Corpus Christi, Texas), Mary White student at Crescent Beauty School), Texas, undated
Box 49 460 Crowd at trade show booth, Lydia’s School of Beauty Culture, Chicago, 1950s
Box 49 461 Beauty pageant, Unique Beauty School, Chicago, 1960s
Box 49 462 Demonstration at booth, Apex Beauty College, Atlanta, Georgia, 1950s
Box 49 463 Gussie Rozar, Ruby’s School of Cosmetology, Detroit, Michigan, 1946
Box 49 464 Convention committee (possibly for UBSOTA), Detroit, Michigan, 1953
Box 49 465 Hair styling exhibit and demonstration, Detroit, 1953
Box 49 466 Hair style portrait, Rosa Lee Beauty shop, Rock Island, Illinois, August 17, 1960. Photo from Hunter’s Photo
Box 49 467 Lydia Wilson Thompson, Chicago, November 24, 1962. Photography by Studio One.
Box 49 468 Rosetta Morgan, beautician, Chicago, November 34, 1962
Box 49 469 Award winners for best coiffure, House of Green, Chicago, June 15, 1963
Box 49 470 Hair stylists, models and operators, Chicago, October 7, 1963. Photo by Rhoden’s Photo Service
Box 49 471 Front rows of spectators, Home Service Show, Chicago, October 9, 1963. Photo by Rhoden’s Photo and Press Service
Box 49 472 Models at beauty show, Corpus Christi, Texas, November 9, 1964
Box 49 473 Luretha Lewis, National Beauty Culturists League, Chapter 271, April 24, 1965
Box 49 474 Cordie Mae Brown, Marva R. Smith, Emma Franklin, Vivian Forbes, Daisy Boyd Ford, beauty culture students, Chicago, October 1965
Box 49 475 Front view of Aloma Robinson, model, showing “Rozar’s Rhapsody” at beauty show, Detroit, Michigan, undated Photo by Richard Thomas
Box 49 476 Back view of Aloma Robinson, model, showing “Rozar’s Rhapsody” at beauty show, Detroit, Michigan, undated Photo by Richard Thomas
Box 49 477 Back view of Elaine Viecent, “Splendor After Dark,” Detroit, Michigan, undated Photo by Richard Thomas
Box 49 478 Back view of Christine McDonald, modeling hair style, Detroit, Michigan, undated Photo by Richard Thomas
Box 49 479 Hairstyling demonstration, UBSOTA, Mary Younger, Althea “Torchy” Washington, Chicago, undated Photo by Robert A. Sengstacke
Box 49 480 “Fancy styles for Matron and a Young Man,” with Mae Garris, New York, and Lloyd Spencer, Detroit, UBSOTA show, undated

Sub-series 7: Mary McLeod Bethune and Bethune Cookman College, circa 1940-1983

Box 49 481 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner at Bethune Cookman College, circa 1940. Photo by Rivers Studio, Daytona Beach, Florida
Box 49 482 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner at Bethune Cookman College, circa 1940.
Box 49 483 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner at her NYA desk, with National Council of Negro Women leaders, circa 1940
Box 49 484 Eleanor Roosevelt, Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner with faculty and friends under oak tree next to MM Bethune Foundation office, Bethune Cookman College, circa 1948
Box 49 485 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner with UBSOTA leaders Fred Redmon Garris, Allura Stams Lee, Ruby Allen Trimble, at church in Los Angeles, circa 1948. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers.
Box 49 486 UBSOTA convention with Mary McLeod Bethune joining MS Joyner as speakers, Los Angeles, March 12, 1949. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 49 487 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner with church leaders at UBSOTA convention, Los Angeles, March 12, 1949
Box 49 488 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner with church leaders at UBSOTA convention, Los Angeles, March 12, 1949. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 49 489 Mary McLeod Bethune leads applause at UBSOTA convention, Los Angeles, March 12, 1949. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 49 490 Mary McLeod Bethune in dramatic pose while speaking at UBSOTA meeting, Chicago, 1948. Photo by Tony Rhoden.
Box 49 491 Mary McLeod Bethune in dramatic pose while speaking at UBSOTA meeting, Chicago, 1948. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 49 492 MS Joyner with Mary McLeod Bethune greeting donors at church, New York, circa 1952. Photo by James Campbell, New York City
Box 49 493 Mary McLeod Bethune, MS Joyner, Vivian Mason at meeting, circa 1952. Photo by James Campbell, New York City
Box 49 494 Mary McLeod Bethune greeting activists at podium, New York, circa 1952. Photo by James Campbell, New York City
Box 49 495 MS Joyner receives honors from Mary McLeod Bethune at Bethune Cookman College, with Pres. Richard V. Moore looking on, March 31, 1950. Photo by Rivers Studio, Daytona Beach, Florida
Box 49 496 Mary McLeod Bethune with beauticians, Washington, D.C., circa 1950
Box 49 497 Mary McLeod Bethune arriving in Detroit, greeted by Jerry Lee Ice, Ruby Trimble, Charles Diggs, 1953. Photo by Charles Dickson
Box 49 498 Bethune and Joyner laying the foundation at the Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation, Bethune Cookman College, Florida., circa 1948
Box 49 499 MS Joyner, John White, Charles Diggs, Jerry Lee Ice, Ruby Trimble, welcome Mary McLeod Bethune, Detroit, 1952. Photo by Charles Dickson
Box 49 500 “The $5,000 Hug,” Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner embrace after UBSOTA donates $5,000 to Bethune-Cookman College, 1954. Photo appeared in Jet magazine. Photo by James Campbell, New York City, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 50 501 Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner at “her last citation of honor”, San Antonio, Texas, 1955
Box 50 502 Mary McLeod Bethune arriving in San Antonio, Texas, 1955
Box 50 503 Assafa Fre-Hivet, MS Joyner, and Robert Joyner at Faith Hall, Bethune Cookman College, April 1960
Box 50 504 Dr. Richard V. Moore, Bishop Jordan, Henry O’Brian (Golden State Insurance Company), with MS Joyner at Bethune Cookman College, circa 1960. Photo by Irving CIRCA Smith
Box 50 505 Bethune Cookman College registrar Harrison DeShields, with his wife and son, and Mae Luther, Los Angeles, 1960s. Photo by Dick Stone, Los Angeles
Box 50 506 MS Joyner and Hugh (last name unknown) receive donations for Bethune Cookman College silver anniversary, 1970. Photo by Martin Gross, Ormond Beach, Florida
Box 50 507 Bethune Cookman College students visit John Sengstacke at Chicago Defender, Decirca 28, 1963. Photo by Ted Bell
Box 50 508 MS Joyner, Dr. Richard V. Moore, and City Commissioner Arthur Kennedy (Orlando, Florida), Daytona Beach, Florida, 1983
Box 50 509 Dr. Richard V. Moore, MS Joyner, and Joseph Taylor, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1983
Box 50 510 Dedication for Bethune Cookman College dormitory named for MS Joyner, 1983
Box 50 511 MS Joyner celebrated by ACPO at Bethune Cookman College, 1980s. Photo by Martin Gross, Ormond Beach, Florida
Box 50 512 MS Joyner receiving honorary doctorate from Mary McLeod Bethune and BCC President Richard V. Moore, Daytona Beach, Florida, circa 1952
Box 50 513 Mary McLeod Bethune with three guests, Chicago, 1950s
Box 50 514 MS Joyner with tour group at gravesite of Mary McLeod Bethune, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1960s
Box 50 515 Mary McLeod Bethune speaking at a church, 1940s
Box 50 516 Unveiling ceremonies for photo portrait of MS Joyner to be hung in library at Bethune Cookman College. MS Joyner shown with Mattie Henson, Helen Cuff and Richard V. Moore. Photo by Chris McNair Studio
Box 50 517 MS Joyner flanked by presidents of Bethune Cookman College and Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1948. Photo by Grice Studio, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Box 50 518 Bishop Marquis Harris, Richard V. Moore and MS Joyner as Joyner announces $5,000 gift from UBSOTA to Bethune Cookman College, 1948. Photo by Grice Studio, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Box 50 519 Columbus Smith, Jr., director of Bethune Cookman College Gospel Choir, undated
Box 50 520 Mary McLeod Bethune with three dignitaries, undated
Box 50 521 Mary McLeod Bethune in her garden, Daytona Beach, Florida, circa 1948

Sub-series 8: Chicago Defender Charities and the Bud Billiken Parade, circa 1940-1990s

Box 50 522 Crowd lining up to enter annual Chicago Defender Charities Home Service Exposition at Rose Bowl Arena, 4724 South Cottage Grove, October 4-7, 1949. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 50 523 Crowd inside Chicago Defender Charities Home Service Exposition at Rose Bowl Arena, October 4-7, 1949. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 50 524 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1940s
Box 50 525 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1940s
Box 50 526 Chicago Defender Charities donation with MS Joyner, Geraldine Fuller and Minnie Lee, Chicago, December 16, 1963
Box 50 527 Isabel Johnson, MS Joyner and Fancie Windham, with Chicago Defender Charities donation, November 29, 1965. Photo by Robert A. Sengstacke
Box 50 528 Homer Rush, Lou House and MS Joyner, with Chicago Defender Charities donation, September 24, 1966
Box 50 529 Alphonso Fook, Homer Rush, Donald Pitts, Warren Bacon, at Chicago Defender Charities, September 24, 1966
Box 50 530 Ruth Varnado, Sadie Moon, Heloise Harris, William Spraggins, George Dunlap, at Chicago Defender Charities, September 24, 1966
Box 50 531 Joseph Merton, Vera Brooks, Ann Fook, Olivia Knox, Lottie Terrell, at Chicago Defender Charities, September 24, 1966
Box 50 532 Mazzie Landrum, Lena Saunders, Sammie Lewis, Theodore Hawes, DeLydia Ellison, Marvin Saunders, at Chicago Defender Charities, September 24, 1966
Box 50 533 Arabic Temple #44 Nobles aid MS Joyner and Chicago Defender Charities, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 50 534 Chicago Defender Charities Christmas fund drive aided by UBSOTA members, Chicago, 1977
Box 50 535 Minnie Cook, co-chair of committee for Christmas toys for Chicago Defender Charities, 1980
Box 50 536 “Sno-gophers” donating food for the needy for Christmas to Chicago Defender Charities, with MS Joyner and James T. Williams of Cosmopolitan Church, Chicago, circa 1990
Box 50 537 MS Joyner receiving donation to Chicago Defender Charities from Wesley Mickle, James Jones and Alphonso Fook, Chicago, September 29, 1962. Photo by Cleodia Lyles
Box 50 538 Col. Eugene Scott of Chicago Defender Charities, and Channel 5 TV newsman Art Norman, at Chicago Defender Charities cooking event, 1990s
Box 50 539 UBSOTA beauticians getting Christmas toys ready for distribution, Chicago Defender Charities, 1960s
Box 50 540 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade passing in front of Spencer Hotel, Chicago, 1950s
Box 50 541 MS Joyner with Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, Chicago, 1950s
Box 50 542 MS Joyner with 1943 Bud Billiken parade trophy winner, Chicago, 1943
Box 50 543 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, Chicago, 1944. Photo by Loop Photo Service
Box 50 544 MS Joyner in group photo with others holding prizes for best floats in Bud Billiken parade, Chicago August 17, 1945. Photo by Scott W. Tyler
Box 50 545 “We were the first,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1946
Box 50 546 “We were the first,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1946
Box 50 547 “We were the first,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1946
Box 50 548 “We were the first,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1946
Box 50 549 “Come up and see me sometime,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, passing in front of Regal Theater, 1948. Photo by David Jackson
Box 50 550 “Come up and see me sometime,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1948
Box 51 551 “Come up and see me sometime,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1948
Box 51 552 “Come up and see me sometime,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, passing in front of Regal Theater, 1948. Photo by David Jackson
Box 51 553 “Come up and see me sometime,” Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1948.
Box 51 554 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1950s
Box 51 555 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, 1950s
Box 51 556 Pekin Cleaners float in Bud Billiken parade, 1950s
Box 51 557 Spectators on South Parkway at Bud Billiken parade, 1950s
Box 51 558 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, August 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 559 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College float in Bud Billiken parade, August 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 560 Kathy Edwards, Bud Billiken Day model (“Pretty Little Miss”), August 10, 1963
Box 51 561 Beatrice Caffrey Youth Service Drum and Bugle Corps, passing in front of Mt. Moriah Church, Chicago, July 30, 1966. Photo by Morgan Photo Service
Box 51 562 Muhammad Ali at start of Bud Billiken parade, September 23, 1969
Box 51 563 Muhammad Ali with MS Joyner at start of Bud Billiken parade, September 23, 1969
Box 51 564 Boy Scouts at start of Bud Billiken parade, September 23, 1969
Box 51 565 MS Joyner with Boy Scouts at start of Bud Billiken parade, September 23, 1969
Box 51 566 Muhammad Ali with MS Joyner at start of Bud Billiken parade, September 23, 1969
Box 51 567 Illinois Federal Savings and Loan float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1970
Box 51 568 Roots Rock Society (music group) at Bud Billiken parade, 1970s
Box 51 569 John Sengstacke with MS Joyner at Bud Billiken parade, 1981
Box 51 570 Alpha Chi Pi Omega (ACPO) sorority and fraternity float in Bud Billiken parade, undated Photo by S.L. Street
Box 51 571 “Beauticians Help Build the Great Society,” ACPO sorority and fraternity float in Bud Billiken parade, circa 1967
Box 51 572 Mme. C.J. Walker College of Beauty Culture marching corps in Bud Billiken parade, 1950s
Box 51 573 Children watching the Bud Billiken parade from the sidewalk, 1960s

Sub-series 9:Cosmopolitan Community Church, Other Churches, and Provident Hospital, circa 1920s-circa 1990s

Box 51 574 MS Joyner, member of the Board of Provident Hospital, with Myrtis Minor, R.N., and a young patient, Chicago, 1952
Box 51 575 Provident Hospital nurse preparing a laryngoscope for examination of a patient, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Clifford Burress
Box 51 576 Two instruments at Provident Hospital used for examination of the bronchial tubes and the esophagus, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Clifford Burress
Box 51 577 Gladys Ball, surgical nurse at Provident Hospital, inspecting equipment used in gastroscopy, Chicago, 1960s. Photo by Clifford Burress
Box 51 578 MS Joyner and another member of Cosmopolitan Community Church assembling Christmas food bags for the poor, Chicago, circa 1960
Box 51 579 Portrait of Rev. Mary G. Evans, pastor of Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, circa 1955
Box 51 580 Rev. Mary G. Evans at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with Easter lilies, circa 1955
Box 51 581 MS Joyner with Rev. Mary G. Evans and Alderman Kenneth Campbell, at groundbreaking for Cosmopolitan’s Home for the Aged, 1962
Box 51 582 MS Joyner, speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with front row listeners Mayor Richard J. Daley, Congressman Ralph Metcalfe, Alderman Tim Evans, Judge DeBow, and other politicians, Chicago, October 24, 1976
Box 51 583 MS Joyner with Mayor Richard J. Daley at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 584 MS Joyner with Mayor Richard J. Daley at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 585 MS Joyner with Mayor Richard J. Daley and her grandchildren, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, October 24, 1976
Box 51 586 MS Joyner, speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with Mayor Richard J. Daley, and front row listener Alderman Tim Evans, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 587 Young Cosmopolitan church member sings as Mayor Richard J. Daley, MS Joyner, and Alderman Tim Evans listen, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 588 MS Joyner shows State of Illinois proclamation at Cosmopolitan Community Church, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 589 MS Joyner, speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with Mayor Richard J. Daley, and front row listener Alderman Tim Evans, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 590 MS Joyner, Rev. Henry Hardy, Mayor Richard J. Daley, and Alderman. Tim Evans at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 591 Rev. Henry Hardy, speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with Mayor Richard J. Daley, and front row listener Alderman Tim Evans, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 592 Mayor Richard J. Daley shaking hands with Rev. Henry Hardy, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 593 Mayor Richard J. Daley speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 594 Mayor Richard J. Daley speaking at Cosmopolitan Community Church, with Rev. Henry Hardy listening, Chicago, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 595 Ralph Metcalfe, George G. Johnson, Charles Chew, Marjorie S. Joyner, Tim Evans, Judge Irvin CIRCA Mollison, Cosmopolitan Community Church, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 596 Cecil Partee, Rev. Henry Hardy, MS Joyner at Cosmopolitan Community Church, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 597 Congregation at Cosmopolitan Community Church while Mayor Richard J. Daley speaks, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 598 MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy with artist who painted portrait of MS Joyner, October 24, 1976. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 599 Cosmopolitan Community Church senior citizens’ group making charity gifts, July 20, 1979. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 51 600 MS Joyner with Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) and Rev. Henry Hardy, Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984
Box 52 601 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Toni Costonie, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, 1984. Photo by Bill Wallace
Box 52 602 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 52 603 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 52 604 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 52 605 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 52 606 Laurence Tureaud (“Mr. T.”) with MS Joyner and Rev. Henry Hardy, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 52 607 Mayor Harold Washington with Rev. Henry Hardy at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984
Box 52 608 Mayor Harold Washington with Rev. Henry Hardy and church choir at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984
Box 52 609 Mayor Harold Washington with Jerry Lucas, Sr. and Lonnie Blakeney at Cosmopolitan Community Church, 1984
Box 52 610 Rev. Henry Hardy and MS Joyner, Chicago, circa 1990
Box 52 611 Joan Saunders and Laura Thomas, volunteer workers with Senior Citizens program at Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, July 2, 1979. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 612 Women of Cosmopolitan Community Church, Chicago, undated
Box 52 613 MS Joyner with unidentified elected official, at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 614 Nursery school graduation at Cosmopolitan Community Church, June 30, 1966. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 615 Nursery school graduation at Cosmopolitan Community Church, June 30, 1966. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 616 Nursery school graduation at Cosmopolitan Community Church, June 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 617 Nursery school graduates in choir seats at Cosmopolitan Community Church, June 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 618 Nursery school graduates in choir seats at Cosmopolitan Community Church, June 30, 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 619 Nursery school graduates at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 620 Nursery school graduates at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 621 Nursery school graduates at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 622 Nursery school graduates at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 623 Nursery school graduates at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 624 Nursery school students with teachers at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 625 Nursery school students with pianist at Cosmopolitan Community Church, undated
Box 52 626 Exterior view, Cosmopolitan Community House, undated
Box 52 627 Mt. Paran Baptist Church Choir, with Pastor B.F. Farrell and Choir Director Prof. C.H. Smith, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1920s. Photo by Patton Studio
Box 52 628 See Oversize Box 57
Box 52 629 Portrait of Rev. Clarence Cobbs, pastor of First Church of Deliverance, taken shortly after his arrival in Chicago from Memphis, circa 1929. Photo by R.D. Jones
Box 52 630 Postcard photo of exteriors, Bethel A.M.E. Church and Parish House, Michigan Ave. and 45th St., Chicago, 1940s
Box 52 631 MS Joyner with Rev. William B. Stroman and church members, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Chicago, circa 1990
Box 52 632 Rev. Clarence Cobbs, pastor of First Church of Deliverance, circa 1970
Box 52 633 Father George Clements preaching, Holy Angels Catholic Church, Chicago, circa 1990. Photo by Beverly Swanagan
Box 52 634 MS Joyner with Minister Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, 1990s. Photo by Ted Gray

Sub-series 10: Chicago Community People and Organizations, circa 1910-1993

Box 52 635 Portrait of Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, founder of Provident Hospital, Chicago, circa 1910
Box 52 636 Wendell Phillips High School Orchestra members, with instruments, on front steps of the school, Chicago, 1929. Photo by R.D. Jones. [Written notations on photo identify Nelmatilda Ritchie, Elizabeth Fuqua, and Nettie Steele.]
Box 52 637 MS Joyner with Rev. J.CIRCA Austin and 22 Black aviators (including Willa Brown) at commemoration of “spirit of the late Bessie Coleman”, May 26, 1935. Photo by Thornton
Box 52 638 W.T. Brown, undertaker and newly-elected “Mayor of Bronzeville,” with MS Joyner, 1936
Box 52 639 Portrait of W.T. Brown, Chicago, circa 1932. Photo by Woodard Studios
Box 52 640 Portrait of Margaret Burroughs, Chicago, 1946. Photo by Gordon Parks
Box 52 641 Portrait of Mickey Kelly, inscribed to MS Joyner, May 1950. Photo by Maynard Madden Studios
Box 52 642 Group photo, Happy Cappers Handicap Club, with Bessie Hall, Eva Harrison, Cora Dawson, Barbara Powell, Perry Israel, Ora Lee Hamilton, Alice M. Porter, Robbins, Illinois, circa 1955. Photo by John D. Mallard
Box 52 643 Photo inscribed by Moss Kendrix, of Kendrix with MS Joyner, May 11, 1957
Box 52 644 William Sylvester White, Director of the Department of Registration and Education, Springfield, Illinois, speaking to beauticians, October 24, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 52 645 Edith Sampson, attorney and diplomat, with James Crosson, at ACPO event, October 29, 1962
Box 52 646 Portrait of Clarence Williams, known as “Skeets the Tailor,” 1962. Photo by Cleodia Lyles
Box 52 647 Portrait of Leone Bennett, Jr., in his study, 1978
Box 52 648 Dr. Augustus A. White, III, Orthopedic Surgeon, with model of human skeleton, Beth Israel Hospital, 1979. Photo by Moneta Sleet
Box 52 649 Dr. Augustus A. White, III, Orthopedic Surgeon, with model of human skeleton, Beth Israel Hospital, 1979. Photo by Moneta Sleet
Box 52 650 Portrait of Dr. Augustus A. White, III, Orthopedic Surgeon, Beth Israel Hospital, 1979. Photo by Michael Lutch
Box 53 651 MS Joyner with Fred Rice, Superintendent of Chicago Police Department, 1984. Photo by John Gunn
Box 53 652 Lerone Bennett, Jr. in front of Johnson Publishing Company, circa 1985
Box 53 653 MS Joyner at Dawson Skills Center with immigrant children and Viet Nguyen, Chicago, 1988. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 53 654 MS Joyner at Dawson Skills Center with immigrant children and Viet Nguyen, Chicago, 1988. Photo by Ted Gray, see also Oversize Box 58
Box 53 655 See Oversize Box 57
Box 53 656 MS Joyner with Chicago Police officers Donnegan and Brooks, 1980s
Box 53 657 MS Joyner speaking at nursing home, Chicago, 1980s
Box 53 658 Andrea Foster, State Senator Richard Newhouse, MS Joyner, Vernon Jarrett, and unidentified man, Chicago, 1991
Box 53 659 Arnita Boswell, League of Black Women, with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1992
Box 53 660 Alderman Dorothy Tillman, Chicago, 1993

Sub-series 11: Civil Rights, 1955-1980s

Box 53 661 Advertising sign on wall, “We Wash For White People Only,” Birmingham, Alabama, 1955. Photo by Ernest Romero
Box 53 662 See Oversize Box 57
Box 53 663 See Oversize Box 57
Box 53 664 Jesse L. Jackson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Cirillo McSween, Chicago, 1966
Box 53 665 Funeral procession for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia, 1968. Photo by Ernest Withers, Jr.
Box 53 666 Julian Bond at press conference, circa 1970
Box 53 667 Julian Bond with unidentified woman, circa 1970
Box 53 668 MS Joyner with Vernon Jordan, Jr. as Joyner received bachelor’s degree from Bethune Cookman College, August 1973. Photo by Ed Baggett, printed in Daytona Beach News Journal
Box 53 669 Portrait of Rev. Addie L. Wyatt, September 1980
Box 53 670 MS Joyner speaking at meeting, sitting next to Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, 1980s. Photo by Kenneth Wright
Box 53 671 Rev. Ralph Abernathy and MS Joyner, 1980s
Box 53 672 Portrait of Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., undated
Box 53 673 See Oversize Box 57
Box 53 674 See Oversize Box 57

Sub-series- 12: Celebrities, circa 1937- 1980s

Box 53 675 Portrait of Muhammad Ali, undated
Box 53 676 Muhammad Ali, being served desert, undated
Box 53 677 Argo Gospel Singers, Chicago, undated
Box 53 678 Argo Gospel Singers, Chicago, undated
Box 53 679 Josephine Baker in performance costume, undated
Box 53 680 See Oversize Box 57
Box 53 681 Earl B. Dickerson, Etta Moten Barnett, Studs Terkel and Roscoe Lee Brown, with others, Chicago, February 1982. Photo by Beverly Swanagan
Box 53 682 Earl B. Dickerson, Etta Moten Barnett, Studs Terkel, February 1982. Photo by Beverly Swanagan
Box 53 683 MS Joyner, Jerry Lynn, Perse Westmore, Louise Beavers, at UBSOTA convention, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Irving Smith
Box 53 684 Louise Beavers with Marcellas Wells, at UBSOTA convention, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Irving Smith
Box 53 685 Louise Beavers, Lora Standee, with UBSOTA members, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 53 686 MS Joyner and UBSOTA members with award for Hattie McDaniel, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 53 687 MS Joyner handing Distinguished Achievement Award to Louise Beavers, UBSOTA, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 53 688 Mary McLeod Bethune, MS Joyner, Louise Beavers, Hattie McDaniel with UBSOTA members, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 53 689 Louise Beavers, Lora Standee, with UBSOTA members, Los Angeles, California, 1950. Photo by Blakely, Avalon Photographers
Box 53 690 Portrait of Linda Leilani Brown, actress, 1984
Box 53 691 Norman Conners, drummer, undated Photo by Ted Gray
Box 53 692 Elizabeth Edelen at the piano, undated
Box 53 693 Duke Ellington, Leonard Evans, MS Joyner at microphone, undated
Box 53 694 Photograph inscribed to MS Joyner by Buddy Hiles, saxophonist, 1946. Photo by Maynard, Chicago
Box 53 695 Billie Holliday and MS Joyner (slide), circa 1950
Box 53 696 Portrait of Billie Holiday, 1940s. Photo by Friedman
Box 53 697 Portrait of Billie Holiday, “Decca Recording Star,” 1940s
Box 53 698 Lena Horne with MS Joyner and unidentified woman, circa 1943
Box 53 699 Lena Horne with unidentified man and woman, circa 1970
Box 53 700 Lena Horne with unidentified man, circa 1970
Box 54 701 Joseph Jarman, at jazz concert, circa 1968
Box 54 702 Gladys Knight and the Pips performing, 1960s
Box 54 703 David Jacobs, Sugar Ray Leonard, and Angelo Dundee, December 16, 1976. Photo by Maurice Sorrell
Box 54 704 Sugar Ray Leonard, 1976. Photo by Maurice Sorrell
Box 54 705 Sugar Ray Leonard, 1976. Photo by Maurice Sorrell
Box 54 706 Joe Louis, wearing championship belt, circa 1937
Box 54 707 Joe Louis, 1960s
Box 54 708 Joe Louis, 1960s
Box 54 709 See Oversize Box 57
Box 54 710 See Oversize Box 57
Box 54 711 Cast of “The Beulah Show,” with Hattie McDaniel, Bill (?), and staff, 1949. Inscribed to “Mrs. Joyner.”
Box 54 712 Wynton Marsalis with ???, 1970s
Box 54 713 Laurence Tureaud, (“Mr. T.”), circa 1978
Box 54 714 Nancy Wilson performing, 1970s. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 54 715 Stevie Wonder, Coretta Scott King at “Stars Salute Dr. King/VIP Benefit, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982. Black Bull photo
Box 54 716 Stevie Wonder portrait, undated Black Bull photo
Box 54 717 Stevie Wonder portrait, undated Black Bull photo

Sub-series 13: Politicians, 1920s-1990s

Box 54 718 Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic with MS Joyner, 1977. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 719 Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic with MS Joyner, Earl Calloway, and Chicago police officer, in City Hall, 1977
Box 54 720 Chicago police officer with MS Joyner, 1977
Box 54 721 Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic with MS Joyner, 1977
Box 54 722 Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic with MS Joyner, 1977
Box 54 723 UBSOTA delegation meeting with Chicago Mayor Bilandic at City Hall, March 1, 1977. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 724 UBSOTA delegation, led by MS Joyner, walking into Mayor Bilandic’s office, March 1, 1977. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 725 Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley in front of City Hall, 1973. Photo by Ted Williams
Box 54 726 Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley, in front of his office, 1973. Photo by Ted Williams
Box 54 727 Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley portrait, 1973. Photo by Ted Williams
Box 54 728 Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley portrait, 1973. Photo by Ted Williams
Box 54 729 Chicago alderman Charles Chew with Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley, undated Photo by G. Barnett
Box 54 730 Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne and MS Joyner, circa 1980
Box 54 731 Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne with Judge Russell DeBow, Ronald Flowers, Ronnie Flowers, at MS Joyner’s birthday party, 1980. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 731A (From left: MS Joyner, Mayor Jane Byrne, Leonora Cartwright, Judge Russell DeBow, John Palmer, Ira Harris, at MS Joyner’s birthday event, October 26, 1980
Box 54 732 Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne with MS Joyner and Judge Russell DeBow, 1980. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 733 Kenneth Campbell for Alderman election rally, with Ralph Metcalfe, Cyrus Colter, MS Joyner, February 2, 1951. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 734 UBSOTA women campaigning for Kenneth Campbell for Alderman, Chicago, 1951
Box 54 735 President Jimmy Carter with MS Joyner and Rev. Jesse Jackson, circa 1979
Box 54 736 President Jimmy Carter with MS Joyner and Rev. Jesse Jackson, circa 1979
Box 54 737 Lillian Carter (mother of Pres. Jimmy Carter) embracing MS Joyner at “Yuletide Mother of the Year” ceremony, Second Presbyterian Church, Chicago, December 3, 1979
Box 54 738 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, City Hall, 1965. Inscribed by Daley. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 739 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, City Hall, 1965. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 740 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1967. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 741 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1967. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 742 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1967. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 743 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1967. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 54 744 Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley with MS Joyner, Alderman Clifford Kelly, Bud Billiken Parade King and Queen, October 22, 1976
Box 54 745 MS Joyner, leading Mayor Richard J. Daley into Cosmopolitan Community Church, circa 1964
Box 54 746 Mayor Richard J. Daley, Rev. Mary G. Evans and MS Joyner at Cosmopolitan Community Church. circa 1964
Box 54 747 Mayor Richard M. Daley, Chicago Defender publisher John Sengstacke, and MS Joyner, circa 1990
Box 54 748 Gary, Indiana Mayor Richard Hatcher with MS Joyner, 1973
Box 54 749 Congressman Charles Hayes with MS Joyner and Toni Costonie, circa 1988. Photo by Ted Gray, see also Oversize Box 57
Box 54 750 Vernon Jarrett and State Senator Richard Newhouse with MS Joyner at banquet, circa 1990
Box 55 751 Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly with Armed Forces officers, circa 1943. Photo by Chicago Park District
Box 55 752 Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly with MS Joyner and members of UBSOTA at Beauty Schools trade show, circa 1945
Box 55 753 Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly with MS Joyner with heads of three Chicago Beauticians associations, circa 1945
Box 55 754 Chicago Mayor Edward Kelly addressing group at Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, circa 1945
Box 55 755 Mayor Edward Kelly, MS Joyner, and US Navy Commander Armstrong at a War Bond rally held by Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College, Chicago, circa 1945. Photo by N. Mahler
Box 55 756 Mayor Edward Kelly with USO activists, Chicago, undated Photo by Loop Photo Service
Box 55 757 Larry Kelly, Mayor of Daytona Beach, Florida, 1980s
Box 55 758 UBSOTA meeting with Chicago Mayor Martin Kennelly, City Hall, circa 1950
Box 55 759 Chicago Mayor Martin Kennelly with MS Joyner, Ralph Metcalfe, Corneal Davis and other Chicago aldermen and Democratic committeemen, circa 1952
Box 55 760 Chicago Mayor Martin Kennelly with MS Joyner, Chicago Bee editor Olive Diggs, and Chicago Defender publisher John H. Sengstacke, circa 1948. Photo by Willis
Box 55 761 United States Senator John F. Kennedy with MS Joyner and other UBSOTA officers, circa 1958. Photo inscribed by Sen. Kennedy
Box 55 762 Sen. John F. Kennedy campaigning for President, with Congressman William Dawson, Alderman Ralph Metcalfe, and Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, 1960
Box 55 763 President John F. Kennedy with MS Joyner at reception honoring the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, 1963
Box 55 764 James Parsons (later US District Judge) speaking at rally with MS Joyner, 1950s
Box 55 765 Congressman William Dawson speaking at rally with MS Joyner, 1950s
Box 55 766 James Parsons (later US District Judge) with Pi Eta chapter of Alpha Chi Pi Omega (ACPO), 1950s
Box 55 767 Portrait of US District Court Judge James B. Parsons in judicial robes, 1961. Photo inscribed by Judge Parsons
Box 55 768 MS Joyner with Cecil Partee, President of the Illinois Senate and Alderman Roman Pucinski, circa 1982. Photo by Michelle Agins
Box 55 769 Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. speaking to UBSOTA members at church, circa 1955
Box 55 770 Eleanor Roosevelt with MS Joyner, Chicago, 1941
Box 55 771 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner, 1983
Box 55 772 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner, 1983
Box 55 773 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner, 1983
Box 55 774 Robert A. Sengstacke, Fulton Nolan, Madeline Robb, MS Joyner, Mayor Harold Washington, artist Nathan Wright, Chicago, February 16, 1984
Box 55 775 MS Joyner receiving lifetime achievement award at Chicago State University, with Mayor Harold Washington, Buddy Black and CSU President George E. Ayers, 1987
Box 55 776 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington at a high school graduation, circa 1985
Box 55 777 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington speaking at an election rally, 1983
Box 55 778 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at end of Bud Billiken Parade, 1984
Box 55 779 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at UBSOTA 39th Annual Convention, Palmer House hotel, Chicago, May 16, 1984
Box 55 780 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at UBSOTA 39th Annual Convention, Palmer House hotel, Chicago, May 16, 1984
Box 55 781 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at UBSOTA 39th Annual Convention, Palmer House hotel, Chicago, May 16, 1984
Box 55 782 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at UBSOTA 39th Annual Convention, Palmer House hotel, Chicago, May 16, 1984
Box 55 783 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at UBSOTA 39th Annual Convention, Palmer House hotel, Chicago, May 16, 1984
Box 55 784 See Oversize Box 57
Box 55 785 Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young with Mrs. V. Curtis Horton and Assistant Attorney Drew Days, 1977. Photo by Maurice Sorrell
Box 55 786 Portrait of Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, undated
Box 55 787 Portrait of Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, undated
Box 55 788 Khalila Ali, wife of Muhammad Ali, 1976. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 55 789 Khalila Ali, 1976. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 55 790 Khalila Ali, 1976. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 55 791 Khalila Ali, undated
Box 55 792 Khalila Ali, undated
Box 55 793 Muhammad Ali and daughter, undated
Box 55 794 Khalila Ali, undated
Box 55 795 Khalila Ali, undated
Box 55 796 “Spirit of the late Bessie Coleman, as revealed by Rev. J.CIRCA Austin in organizing this group of aviators”: Rev. J.CIRCA Austin, MS Joyner, with 22 Black aviators, including Willa Brown and John CIRCA Robinson, Coffey Field, Chicago, May 26, 1935
Box 55 797 Portrait of Bessie Coleman, 1920s
Box 55 798 Dr. John Hope Franklin at podium, 1977. Photo by G. Marshall Wilson for Ebony magazine
Box 55 799 Portrait of Dr. John Hope Franklin, 1980
Box 55 800 Armenta E. Hatcher, Dallas (Texas) Bronze Mayor, 1940. Inscribed to MS Joyner
Box 56 801 Portrait of Rebbie Jackson, 1984. Inscribed to MS Joyner. Photo by Matthew Ralston
Box 56 802 Gordon Parks at Songwriters Hall of Fame dinner, 1980. Photo by Monroe Frederick, II
Box 56 803 Gordon Parks at Black Film Institute, Washington, D.C., 1980
Box 56 804 “Certificate of Honor” ceremony with awardees Mollie Moon, Gerri Major, Lou Swarz, Lillian Sharpe Hunter, Hazel Scott Powell, 1940s
Box 56 805 Carter G. Woodson in his study, circa 1948
Box 56 806 MS Joyner with Marva Louis (wife of Joe Louis) and Mrs. Charles Evans, at National Beauty Culturists League, 1940s
Box 56 807 A’Lelia Mae Perry Bundles, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1940s. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 56 808 A’Lelia Mae Perry Bundles, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1940s. Photo by Randall Studio
Box 56 809 MS Joyner with A’Lelia Mae Perry Bundles, Chicago, undated
Box 56 810 MS Joyner, Anne Joyner, A’Lelia Mae Perry Bundles, at Club DeLisa, Chicago, 1940s
Box 56 811 Toni Costonie, circa 1990
Box 56 812 Toni Costonie, circa 1990
Box 56 813 Amina Dickerson, Toni Costonie, MS Joyner at Du Sable Museum, Chicago, circa 1990
Box 56 814 MS Joyner and Toni Costonie at Chicago Defender office, circa 1988
Box 56 815 Amina Dickerson, Roy Lewis, and Toni Costonie, at Art of Jazz exhibit, 1990s
Box 56 816 Mrs. Fred Walker, December 18, 1961. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 56 817 MS Joyner with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Zeta Zeta Chapter, Chicago, March 19, 1962. Photo by Tony Rhoden
Box 56 818 Portrait of Chicago Police Commissioner Fred Rice, 1985. Inscribed to “Dr. Marjorie S. Joyner, with fondest regards.”
Box 56 819 See Oversize Box 57
Box 57 030 MS Joyner in costume for dramatic recital, Chicago,June 30, 1924
Box 57 068 Group photos, UBSOTA Second Annual Convention, Chicago, March 1-3, 1948
Box 57 381 MS Joyner with Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class and families, outside Corpus Christi High School, Chicago, 1945
Box 57 385 Mme. C.J. Walker College of Beauty Culture: Graduating Class, Faculty, and Undergraduates, Chicago, July 221, 1945
Box 57 387 Photo of Chicago Defender article, “602 Graduates in Mme. C.J. Walker College 1946 Class,” Chicago, August 10, 1946
Box 57 409 Group photo, Eastern Conference of Agents of Mme. C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, Washington, D.C., August 26-28, 1934. Photo by Scurlock Photo
Box 57 418 Group photo, Spring Graduation Class, Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty School, 239 W. 125th Street, New York City, 1936.
Box 57 419 Group photo, Spring Class, Mme. C.J. Walker School of Beauticians, New York City, 1938. Photo by Woodard Studio, New York
Box 57 420 Group photo, Spring and Summer Graduation Class, Mme. C.J. Walker School of Beauticians, New York City, 1939. Photo by Woodard Studio, New York
Box 57 628 Second National Convention of Community and Independent Churches, Detroit, Michigan, September 10-14, 1924. Photo by Harvey CIRCA Jackson.
Box 57 662 Troops outside Little Rock Central High School during school desegregation crisis, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1957. Photo by Ernest Withers
Box 57 663 Mourners in the front row at Medgar Evers’ funeral: wife Myrlie Evers, with children Darrell Kenyatta Evers and Reena Evers, brother Charles Evers, Jackson, Mississippi, June 15, 1963. Photo by Ernest Withers
Box 57 673 Muhammad Ali and Calvin Lockhart , 1970s
Box 57 674 Muhammad Ali reading Muhammad Speaks at his training camp, Deer Lake, Pennsylvania, Summer 1975. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 57 680 Chuck Berry with band at a concert, undated
Box 57 709 Joe Louis with young boy, 1970s
Box 57 710 Muhammad Ali with Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica, and Manley’s wife and child, Kingston, Jamaica, December 29, 1974. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 57 749 Congressman Charles Hayes with MS Joyner and Toni Costonie, circa 1988. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 57 784 Chicago Mayor Harold Washington with MS Joyner at City Hall, circa 1986
Box 57 820 Clara Turner on porch of home, Camp Sosowagaming, Big Bay, Michigan, circa 1915
Box 58 001 Marjorie Stewart Joyner’s grandparents, parents and other family in Virginia, circa 1898
Box 58 029 Poster for “Dramatic Recital, given by Marjorie Stewart Joyner,” St. Elizabeth Assembly Hall, June 30, 1924
Box 58 042 MS Joyner with large group of UBSOTA members (or Mme. C.J. Walker Company representatives) in New York, 1950s. Photo by Arnold CIRCA De Mille
Box 58 047 MS Joyner in graduation robe, undated
Box 58 048 MS Joyner in graduation robe, undated
Box 58 049 MS Joyner portrait at Chi Mu Delta chapter, Gary, Indiana, undated
Box 58 382 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College graduating class and families, Corpus Christi church, Chicago, 1945
Box 58 416 Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College teachers and students at Mme. Walker mansion on Hudson River, New York, 1922
Box 58 417 Beauticians (including MS Joyner) visiting Mme. C.J. Walker’s gravesite, New York, 1931
Box 58 431 Poster, “Beauticians in Mississippi are going to Campbell College,” Mississippi Independent Beauticians Association, July 1952
Box 58 443 Storefront window, Marjorie’s Beauty Shop, Chicago, 1918. Photo by Robert Joyner
Box 58 457 Teachers and students, Perdue Beauty School, New York City, circa 1970
Box 58 500 “The $5,000 Hug,” Mary McLeod Bethune and MS Joyner embrace after UBSOTA donates $5,000 to Bethune-Cookman College, 1954. Photo appeared in Jet magazine. Photo by James Campbell, New York City
Box 58 654 MS Joyner at Dawson Skills Center with immigrant children and Viet Nguyen, Chicago, 1988. Photo by Ted Gray
Box 58 655 Portrait of Lieutenant Willa Brown, Civil Air Patrol, November 14, 1943. Inscribed to Sgt. H. Hurd
Box 58 819 National convention of Mme. C.J. Walker agents at unveiling ceremonies of tombstone for Mme. C.J. Walker at Woodlawn Cemetery, New York, August 20-24, 1939. Photo by Woodard Studios

Series 16: Memorabilia, 1920-1991

Box 59 1 Trophy, South Center Department Store for Scottsboro Defense Fund, awarded to Mme. C.J. Walker Beauty College Alumni, 1933
Box 59 2 Trophy, Bud Billiken Club Award, to MS Joyner, 1943
Box 59 3 Framed “Registered Barber,” Illinois State License, to MS Joyner, 1925
Box 59 4 Framed “Licensed Chiropodist,” Illinois State License to Robert Joyner, 1921
Box 60 1 Trophy, Bud Billiken “Carnival of Fun,” 2nd Prize Float, 1947
Box 60 2 Plaque, Bud Billiken Club Award to MS Joyner, 1948
Box 61 1 Trophy, “Hommage du Comite Nationale, Artistique de la Coiffure,” Paris, [1954]
Box 61 2 Plaque, Zeta Phi Beta “Woman of the Year,” 1950
Box 62 1 Plaque, Poro Hall of Fame, 1959
Box 63 1 Plaque, NAACP Convention, Women’s Auxiliary Award of Merit to MS Joyner, 1963
Box 63 2 United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association (UBSOTA) and Alpha Chi Pi Omega (ACPO), “To Leadership Award,” to MS Joyner, 1964
Box 64 1 Plaque, Lydia Adams Beauty College, “53 Years of Service to Beauty Culture,” to MS Joyner, 1968
Box 65 1 Paperweight, Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Dedication, Washington, DC, 1974
Box 65 2 Plaque, National Council of Negro Women, “Outstanding Achievement,” to MS Joyner, 1972
Box 65 3 Plaque, Southern Beauty Congress, “Key to Our Hearts,” to MS Joyner, Birmingham, Alabama, 1971
Box 65 4 Proclamation, “Alpha Chi Pi Omega Days,” Mayor Carl Stokes, Cleveland, Ohio, 1970
Box 66 1 Plaque, Cosmopolitan Community Church, “Mother of the Year,” Chicago, 1977
Box 66 2 Plaque, Beauty Trade magazine, honoring UBSOTA and ACPO, 1977
Box 66 3 Plaque, Johnson Products, to MS Joyner, for “50 Years dedication to children on the 50th anniversary of the Bud Billiken Parade, 1979
Box 67 1 Plaque, MS Joyner Beauticians Club, for “Outstanding Leadership,” to MS Joyner, Greenville, South Carolina, 1975
Box 68 1 Plaque, Women’s Committee, 1992 Chicago World’s Fair, “Bertha Palmer Award,” to MS Joyner, 1984
Box 68 2 Plaque, Holy Angels award “for generosity to the underprivileged,” to MS Joyner, 1982
Box 68 3 Plaque, Black Women’s Hall of Fame Foundation, “Bethune Tubman Award” to MS Joyner, 1981
Box 69 1 Plaque, Zeta Phi Beta recognition award to MS Joyner, 1986
Box 69 2 Plaque, Chicago State University, Lifetime Achievement Award to MS Joyner, 1986
Box 70 1 Framed calligraphy, Cosmopolitan Community Church, “Congratulations on Your 95th Birthday,” 1991
Box 71 1 Framed newspaper articles, MS Joyner at Provident Hospital, 1953
Box 71 2 Mary McLeod Bethune medallion, given to MS Joyner by Bethune Cookman College, 1951
Box 71 3 Plaque, 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Merit Award to MS Joyner, 1963
Box 72 1 Oil painting of Marjorie Stewart Joyner with historic references, by Lilly Tolpo, to MS Joyner as “Abraham Lincoln Center Community Leadership Award,” 1982
Box 72 2 Framed proclamation, California State Legislature honoring MS Joyner, 1972
Box 73 1 Framed diploma, MS Joyner graduation from Chicago Musical College with B.A. degree in “Dramatic Art and Expression,” 1924
Box 73 2 Plaque, Chicago Defender Charities, honoring MS Joyner on “55 Years of the Bud Billiken Parade,” 1984
Box 74 1 Plaque, Chicago Park District, Commissioners Award to MS Joyner, circa 1975

 

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