Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers, Part 1

This finding aid is split into six parts. Please see Part 2 and Part 3 for additional information on the Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers. Photographs may be found in Part 4, Part 5 and Part 6.

Dates: Predominant dates, 1958-1999; Inclusive dates, 1831-2012
Size: 278 linear feet (402 archival boxes)
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60628
Collection Number: 2007/04
Provenance: Donation of Rev. Addie Wyatt, April 2007.
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Mapping the Stacks Staff, Marcia Walker; Photographs processed by Beth Loch, Tracy Drake, Mosi Kamau, 2017
Supervised by: Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, CPL.

Biographical Notes

Rev. Addie Wyatt

Addie Wyatt was born Addie Loraine Cameron on March 8, 1924, the second child to Ambrose and Maggie Cameron in Brookhaven, Mississippi. Ambrose Cameron, born either in Mississippi or Louisiana, was a tailor in a pressing shop. Her mother Maggie Cameron, a teacher, was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Ambrose’s mother, Adeline Cameron, a mid-wife, also lived with the family and subsequently moved with them to Chicago in 1930, during the height of the Great Depression. They stayed for a short while with relatives in Chicago but moved around frequently. By 1937, an additional six children after Addie had been added to the family, four of whom had been born after the family’s move to Chicago. In all, the Camerons had eight children: Ambrose, Jr., Addie, Edna, Emmett, Willie (Mickey), Bluett, Audrey and Maude. Ambrose found it difficult to find work, but eventually secured employment under a WPA project. Maggie, who had worked as a teacher in Mississippi, did not meet the qualifications to teach public school in Chicago. In addition to taking care of the children, Maggie often found employment as a domestic worker.

The family eventually settled at 42nd and Calumet in Bronzeville and Addie attended Forrestville and Felsenthal elementary schools. As a youth, she played piano for her church choir at Langley Avenue Church of God and took on responsibility for the care of her younger siblings while her parents worked. She attended DuSable High school where she was a member of the Beta club and played clarinet in the school band under Capt. Walter Dyett. DuSable High School was also where she met and eventually married her husband, Claude Stell Wyatt, Jr. The two were married on May 12, 1940 by Pastor S. P. Dunn at Langley Avenue Church of God. Later that year the couple had their first son, Renaldo Wyatt and in 1942, had their second son, Claude “DeDe” Wyatt, III. Addie left high school after marrying and later graduated from the Central YMCA School, where she completed her high school education and took additional adult education courses.

A gifted gospel pianist and singer, Wyatt played for and served as a choir director for numerous churches, including Langley Ave Church of God, South Park Baptist Church, All Nations Church of God, Greater Hope Baptist Church in Robbins, Illinois, Englewood Ave Church of God, Mt. Zion Baptist Church and finally Vernon Park Church of God. In the 1940s, she and Claude led a group called the Wyatt Singers, which performed around the city and recorded several songs. She occasionally accompanied gospel singer, Mahalia Jackson.

After the death of her mother in 1944, Addie and Claude took in her five younger brothers and sisters. The family moved into Altgeld Gardens at 13050 S. Evans in 1944. Claude and Addie Wyatt quickly assumed a large role in the community of Altgeld. In 1947, they formed the Wyatt Choral Ensemble, a singing group for youth in Altgeld and the surrounding community which performed around the city until the Wyatts left Altgeld in 1955. That same year she and Claude Wyatt founded their own church, the Vernon Park Church of God where she would serve as choir director, minister of music and co-pastor.

Addie Wyatt began working in the meatpacking industry in 1941. Though she applied to work as a typist for Armour & Company, Wyatt was put to work canning stew for the army instead. Black women were barred from holding office and clerical positions. In 1942, Wyatt joined the United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA), but experienced several layoffs due to shifts in the wartime economy. She would again find steady work in the packinghouses in 1947 when she went to work for Illinois Meat & Co., but it would be the early 1950s before she took on a more active role in the union.

Wyatt’s concern for the rights of working people, women and minorities and belief in the principles of the organized labor movement ultimately placed on her on a path to union leadership. Wyatt was elected vice president of her local, UPWA Local 56 in 1953. In 1954 she assumed the presidency of the local when its president resigned, making her the first woman president of the local. She was soon tapped by Charles A. Hayes, director of UPWA’s District 1, to serve as an international representative. She would hold this position through the 1968 merger of UPWA and the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen until 1974 when she became director of the newly formed Women’s Affairs Department. In 1976 she became the first female International Vice President in the history of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen and later served as director of its Human Rights and Women’s Affairs and Civil Rights Departments. She continued to serve as a Director of Civil Rights and Women’s Affairs for the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) after the merger of Amalgamated and the Retail Clerks International Union in 1979. In 1984, she formally retired from the labor movement as one of its highest ranked and most prominent African American and female officials. She continued to play an important role in the organized labor movement, supporting worker movements.

In addition to her work as a labor union official, Wyatt participated in a number of movements, organizations and campaigns in the realm of civil rights, women’s rights, religion, and politics, just a fraction of which will be referenced here. She was an ardent supporter of the Southern Civil Rights Movement and actively cultivated ties between northern and southern religious and labor activists. An advocate of fair and open housing, adequate education for African American students, and black political participation in the city of Chicago, Wyatt worked with the UPWA, the Coordinating Council for Community Organizations (CCCO), the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), the Chicago Freedom Movement, and Operation Breadbasket to further these aims.

Wyatt also made a name for herself as a vocal and active supporter for women’s rights. In 1961 she was appointed by Eleanor Roosevelt to serve on the Protective Labor Legislation Committee of President Kennedy’s Commission on the Status of Women and subsequently served three terms on the Illinois Commission on the Status of Women. In addition to fighting for the rights of working women, Wyatt was consistently argued for adequate child and day care facilities. A proponent of the Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.), Wyatt campaigned tirelessly but ultimately unsuccessfully for its ratification throughout the 1970s and into the early 1980s. She was also a founding member of the Coalition of the Labor Union Women and served as its first Executive Vice President. A founder of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists in 1972, Wyatt spearheaded the development of its Women’s Committee. A member and vice president of the National Council of Negro Women in the early 1980s, Wyatt worked closely with Dorothy Height and other prominent African American female leaders. Her efforts on behalf of women’s rights have also extended internationally to include trips as a delegate to the 1982 Jerusalem Women’s Conference, among others.

Her work as a religious and spiritual leader and political activist is extensive as well. In addition to serving as a co-pastor of Vernon Park Church of God, she has served a member of various women’s organizations of the Church of God, addressed members of the General Convention of the Church of God and the National Association of the Church of God, and has preached and addressed hundreds of congregations within and outside of the Church of God denomination. As a political activist, Wyatt participated in international peace movements, worked on behalf of and supported numerous presidential administrations, and supported the campaigns of key African American political figures such as Carol Moseley Braun, Ralph Metcalfe, and Harold Washington, among others.

She has received numerous awards and honors, including: TIME Magazine’s Woman of the Year in 1975, a Woman of the Year Award from Ladies’ Home Journal in 1977, one of Ebony Magazine’s 100 Outstanding Black Americans, 1981-1984, an Image Award from the League of Black Women, and a street dedication in 1993 in honor of her and her husband (name?). Wyatt received an Honorary Doctor of Law Degree from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana in 1976, an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois in 1978 and additional honorary degrees from North Park Seminary in Chicago and the Chicago Theological Seminary.

Bibliography

“Addie Wyatt, Labor Union Executive.” Ebony 32 (August 1977): 72.

Fehn, Bruce. “African American Women and the Struggle for Equality in the Meatpacking Industry, 1940-1960.”
Journal of Women’s History
10, no. 1 (Spring 1998): 45-69.

Fuerst, J.S. When Public Housing was Paradise. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 2005.

Gilbert, Lynn and Gaylen Moore. Particular Passions: Talks With Women Who Have Shaped Our Lives.
Clarkson N. Potter Inc. Publishers, 1982.

Johns, Robert L. “Addie L. Wyatt.” Notable Black American Women, Book II. Ed. By Jesse Carney Smith.
Thomas Gale Publishers, 1995: 723-725.

Randolph, Sherie. “Addie Wyatt.” African American National Biography. Vol. 8. Eds. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
and Evelyn Brooks Higgonbotham. Oxford University Press, 2008: 460- 462.

Routledge, Chris. “Addie L. Wyatt.” Contemporary Black Biography . Vol. 56. Eds. Sara and Tom Pendergast.
Detroit: Gale Group, 2006: 173-174.

Wyatt, Addie. “Look for the Best, Addie.” Guideposts 31 (October 1976): 32-34.

Wyatt, Addie. Interview by Rick Halpern and Roger Horowitz, 30 January 1986. State Historical Society of Wisconsin
UPWA Oral History Project, tapes 54-56. Printed as “Lost Visions of Equality: The Labor Origins of the Next Women’s
Movement” in Labor’s Heritage 12, (Winter/Spring 2003): 26-33.


Rev. Claude S. Wyatt, Jr.

Claude S. Wyatt, Jr. (November 14, 1921—April 11, 2010) was born in Dallas, Texas, the second child of Claude and Annie Lee Branch Wyatt. In 1922, when he was six months old, the family moved to Chicago, Illinois, where his three younger siblings were born. The Wyatts had five children: Henry, Claude Jr., Lawrence, Calvin and Marvie.

Claude Wyatt, Jr. attended DuSable High School where he met and married Addie Lorraine Cameron. Though he was reared as a Methodist, Claude joined Addie’s church, Langley Avenue Church of God, and the two were married by Pastor S. P. Dunn on May 12, 1940. The couple initially lived with Claude Wyatt’s parents. He went on to graduate from DuSable and worked at a local dry cleaning store. He also worked for a short time in a meatpacking plant for Armour and Company. In 1940, the couple had their first son, Renaldo Wyatt, and in 1942 had their second son, Claude “De De” Wyatt, III.

The year 1944 was a trying one for the young couple. Claude was drafted into the Navy that year, leaving Addie to take care of their two young children and the five younger siblings the couple assumed care of after Maggie Cameron’s death. The couple also moved into Altgeld Gardens, a housing development built for the Chicago Housing Authority in the early 1940s. The family moved into Altgeld’s Block 3 at 13050 S. Evans. In 1945, Claude Wyatt returned from his one year of service in the Navy at the Great Lakes Naval Academy. In 1947, he began working as a postal clerk and mail man for the U.S. Postal Service Office at 46th and Cottage Grove, servicing the Hyde Park area. The Wyatts became leaders in the Altgeld community and started the Wyatt Choral Ensemble in 1947. Formed to help youth in Altgeld and the surrounding area engage in positive activities and feel a sense of pride and community, the singing group performed all over the city of Chicago until 1955 when the ensemble disbanded and the Wyatts left Altgeld Gardens and relocated to an apartment in Hyde Park at 5532 S. Ingleside.

By 1955 the Wyatts had become members of the Englewood Ave. Church of God under the leadership of its pastor, Rev. Charles McLeod. When Claude and Addie were asked to assume the leadership of a troubled church on 95th Street, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the couple decided to do so. The church was converted to the Church of God denomination and named Vernon Park Church of God, with Claude Wyatt as its pastor. He began writing and preaching his first sermons and was ordained by Rev. Charles McLeod in 1958. In 1965, he resigned from his job as a postal worker and became full-time pastor of Vernon Park Church of God.

Claude continued to further his ministerial education, studying at Wilson College, Chicago Teacher’s College, Chicago Baptist Institute, the Urban Training Center for Christian Mission, (where funded by a fellowship from the Ford Foundation, he lived on “skid row” to learn more about the urban social problems) and the Labor Studies division at Roosevelt University. Claude also became increasingly involved in the work of the Church of God, serving as Chairman of the Northern Illinois Ministerial Association of the Church of God, as a member of the Executive Council of the Church of God in 1980 and 1981, and as a leading figure in the National Association of the Church of God. He combined his ministerial education with experience in the civil rights and labor rights movements. Wyatt participated in SCLC’s Minister’s Leadership Training Program. An ardent supporter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the SCLC, Wyatt attended the March on Washington and was a founding member of Operation Breadbasket. He would also serve as national secretary and as a board member of Breadbasket’s successor, Operation PUSH, founded by Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. As important religious and civic figures in Chicago, Claude and Addie Wyatt supported the campaigns of a number of politicians including Ralph Metcalfe, Roland Burris, Harold Washington, Eugene Sawyer and Carol Moseley Braun.

Claude Wyatt wrote extensively for Church of God publications, including two unpublished manuscripts for the School of Theology (Anderson, IN): Church Management and Finance and The Agony of What He Saw . In 1984, Claude Wyatt received an Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree from Monrovia University in Liberia. In 1994, he earned a Masters in Theological Studies from McCormick Theological Seminary. The recipient of numerous awards and honors for his service as a religious and civic figure, Claude Wyatt co-pastored Vernon Park Church of God for 45 years before transitioning to pastor emeritus in 2000.


Vernon Park Church of God

In 1955, Claude and Addie Wyatt, then members of Englewood Church of God, were called by James and Henri Mae Hayes to lead a small group of members from the Mt. Zion Baptist Church located on 95th street in Chicago, Illinois. The Hayes had first learned of the Wyatts and their ministry through the Wyatt Choral Ensemble which had performed at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. The Wyatts sought counsel with their pastor, Rev. Charles McLeod, who advised them to assume leadership of the church. With the help of Rev. Charles McLeod, then Chairman of the Illinois State Association of the Church of God and Rev. Lance Martin, Chairman of the Illinois Ministerial Association, the church was converted to the Church of God denomination and chartered in 1956 under the Bureau of Non-Profit Organizations in Springfield, Illinois. Thus, Vernon Park Church of God, named for the geographical area in which it was located, was born.

The church initially worshiped out of a renovated garage on 93rd street with a congregation of about 25, mainly comprised of close friends and members of the Wyatt family as well as former members of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. From 1957 to 1959, Vernon Park Church of God worshipped with Morgan Park Church of God, then under the leadership of its pastor, Rev. Thomas Walker. Morgan Park Church of God, another young church, had a building and a piano but no pianist and no choir. Vernon Park Church of God had a pianist and a choir, but no permanent building. As both congregations grew, it became necessary for Vernon Park Church of God to secure its own building. In late 1959, the church secured space on the second floor of a building at 7439 S. Cottage Grove where its membership began to grow. In addition to its usher board and choir, the church began its first regular Sunday school sessions and launched additional ministries. In 1965, Claude Wyatt resigned from his job as a postal clerk and became full-time pastor of the church, having been ordained by Rev. Charles McLeod in 1958, followed by Addie Wyatt in 1968. Rev. Addie Wyatt has served as Minister of Music and Choir Director as well as minister and Co-Pastor of the church.

In November of 1966 the church again moved to a new location with a seating capacity for 250, a six room parsonage and a paved parking lot at 7653 S. Maryland where it would reside until 1984. While at 7653 S. Maryland, the church continued to grow, both in its membership and in its ministry of social and spiritual healing. By 1976 membership had grown from 50 to 425 and under the leadership of Claude and Addie Wyatt as well as founding members like Rev. Willie Barrow, the church was active in labor rights and civil rights activism, lending support to the Southern Civil Rights Movement and participating in many of the demonstrations of SCLC’s Operation Breadbasket in Chicago. In 1969, Vernon Park church leadership and its choir embarked on the first of several trips to Church of God congregations in Jamaica as part of its missionary ministry.

In 1985, the church moved to a much larger, new facility at 9011 S. Stony Island, where its membership would grow to nearly 1,000. The ministries of the church continued to expand to include a weekly telecast which began in 1992, “Reaching Beyond the Walls,” as well as the Wyatt Community and Family Life Center, dedicated in 1999 in honor of the work of Rev. Claude and Rev. Addie Wyatt. In 1997, the church had its mortgage burning celebration. With numerous ministries related to the social, civic and spiritual health of the congregation and surrounding community, Vernon Park Church of God became a leader within the Church of God denomination in Chicago and played important roles in the civic and religious life of black Chicago.

In the late 1990s, the church began a transition in terms of its leadership. Due to illness and age, Rev. Claude Wyatt stepped down as full-time pastor. In 2000-01, Rev. Jerald January assumed leadership as senior pastor of Vernon Park Church of God after serving as its interim pastor since 1999. The church currently has plans to move to a new location, Vernon Park Village, in Lynwood, Illinois.

Scope and Content Note

This collection has been arranged into two super series: the Rev. Addie Wyatt and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers and the Institutional Records of the Vernon Park Church of God. With the exception of about 30 cartons of material packed in and shipped from Wyatt’s office at the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Union Headquarters in Washington D.C. after her retirement in 1984, the remaining 150 cartons had no intrinsic arrangement. All materials were collected from the basement of Rev. Addie Wyatt and Rev. Claude Wyatt and an arrangement scheme was imposed. Related collections at the Vivian G. Harsh Research Library include: the Abdul Alkalimat Papers, Etta Moten Barnett Papers, Timuel D. Black Papers, Chicago SNCC History Project Archives, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Chicago Chapter Archives, Brenda Eichelberger/National Alliance of Black Feminist Papers, Bennett Johnson Papers, The Links, Inc. Chicago Chapter Archives, Lucy Smith Collier Papers and the Sarah White Papers.

Super Series 1: Rev. Addie Wyatt and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers, Predominant Dates: 1958-1999, Inclusive Dates: 1851-2010

This super-series has been arranged in ten series: Biography and Family records, Manuscripts, Correspondence, Organization Files, Subject Files, Audiovisual, Sheet Music, Serials, Clippings and Memorabilia.

Series 1: Biography and Family Records, 1957-2010

This series contains biographical information on Rev. Addie Wyatt and Rev. Claude Wyatt, including material from courses they either taught or attended at Roosevelt University, McCormick Theological Seminary and other institutions. Resumes, biographical sketches and transcripts of several interviews conducted with Addie Wyatt for book and oral history projects are also included. The bulk of the family records consist of funeral programs of family members.

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1958-2005

Manuscripts have been divided into three sub-series: manuscripts by Addie Wyatt, Claude Wyatt and by other authors. Manuscripts by Addie Wyatt have been arranged chronologically, the bulk of which are from the 1970s and 1980s and consist of speeches, statements, notebooks and sermons given at churches other than Vernon Park Church of God. Claude Wyatt’s manuscripts have also been arranged chronologically and include speeches and statements as well as papers written as part of his coursework while attending McCormick Theology Seminary in 1993 and 1994. Claude Wyatt’s sermons and writings in his official capacity as a minister and pastor are in Super Series 2: the Records of the Vernon Park Church of God under Sermons/Manuscripts. The final sub-series consists of manuscripts arranged alphabetically by other authors, including: Rev. Willie Barrow, President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton, Charles A. Hayes, Dorothy Height, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Senator Edward Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., William Lucy, Olga Madar and William Wynn.

Series 3: Correspondence, 1952-2004

This series consists primarily of correspondence to Addie Wyatt or Claude Wyatt from local and national political figures, clergy from denominations other than the Church of God, persons interested in interviewing Addie Wyatt, civil rights activists, women’s rights activists, and members of various labor and community organizations. Notable correspondents include: Etta Moten Barnett, Heather Booth, Arnita Boswell, Sen. Carol Moseley Braun, Sen. Roland Burris, President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton, Mayor Richard M. Daley, Leon Finney Jr., Charles A. Hayes, John H. Johnson, Sen. Edward Kennedy, Coretta Scott King, Olga Madar, Sen. Richard Newhouse, Sid Ordower, Ethel Payne, Eugene Sawyer and Harold Washington. Correspondence has been arranged by correspondent, with the exception of four folders of correspondence congratulating Addie Wyatt on being named one of TIME Magazine’s Women of the Year in 1975, arranged by date. Researchers looking for correspondence related specifically to the operations of organizations in which the Wyatts were members or supporters, will find this information in the organization files as opposed to the correspondence files.

Series 4: Organization Files, 1941-2006

The organization files comprise the largest series in the collection and provide key insight into the work of primarily Addie Wyatt, but Claude Wyatt as well, in the areas of local and national civil rights activism, women’s rights activism, the labor movement and labor-based coalitions, religious consortiums outside of the Church of God denomination, local and national political campaigns, education institutions, and other community organizations. The series begins with the records of the three unions in which Addie Wyatt was a member and leader: the United Packinghouse Workers of America/United Packinghouse, Food and Allied Workers of America (UPWA), 1942-1968; the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen of North America (AMCBW), 1968-1979; and the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), 1979-1984 (with the dates corresponding to her membership and formal tenure).

The records of the UPWA in these papers are slim, but do contain master agreements, constitutions and convention programs, publications, and records of District 1, headquartered in Chicago. Districts and union locals listed in the container list indicate that some combination of the following materials—correspondence, programs, fliers, membership lists—were kept by Wyatt. The records of the AMCBW, also headquartered in Chicago, contain programs and correspondence from the union’s Civil Rights, Political Education, and Women’s Affairs departments. Constitutions, convention proceedings, executive board meeting minutes, internal correspondence between Addie Wyatt and other union leaders, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaints, and district and local level correspondence are also represented. The files from Addie Wyatt’s office in the UFCW headquarters in Washington, D.C. have largely been kept in their original order and include records from the Civil Rights and Women’s Affairs Department which she directed, as well as correspondence between Wyatt and UFCW members. Also represented is extensive correspondence between Wyatt and William Wynn, then International President of UFCW. EEOC complaints, executive board meeting minutes, news and press releases, publications, regional and local correspondence and programs, and Addie Wyatt’s travel itineraries and requests for speaking engagements can also be found in the UFCW files.

Following union records, materials related to about 300 organizations in which Addie and/or Claude Wyatt were members or supporters, have been arranged alphabetically. Of note are the following organizations: AFL-CIO, Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), A. Philip Randolph Institute, Broadcast Ministers Alliance of Chicago, the Chicago Network, Chicago World’s Fair 1992 Authority, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), President Kennedy’s Commission on the Status of Women, Coordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO), Council for a Parliament of World’s Religions (CPWR), Day Care Crisis Council of the Chicago Area, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Democratic National Convention, FIET World Women’s Conference, International Women’s Forum, League of Black Women, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, McCormick Theological Seminary, National Advisory Committee for Women, National Alliance of Black Feminists, NAACP, National Commission on the Observance of International Women’s Year, National Commission on Working Women, National Committee of Black Churchmen, National Council of Negro Women, National Organization of Women, National Political Congress of Black Women, Negro American Labor Council, Operation Breadbasket, Operation PUSH, President’s Commission for a National Agenda for the Eighties, Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), the Chicago Urban League, and the World Peace Council. The Wyatts also supported the campaigns of a number of politicians such as Harold Washington, Eugene Sawyer, Ralph Metcalfe, Carol Moseley Braun, Charles A. Hayes, Roland Burris, and others. Records from these campaigns are also in this series.

Series 5: Subject Files, 1947-2007

This series contains material on a wide range of subjects which were kept by Addie Wyatt and Claude Wyatt on various groups’ relationships to the church, youth and education, women and the Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.), employment and the U.S. economy, affirmative action, labor and trade unionism, local, state and national politics, and publications from U.S. government agencies. Programs attended by the Wyatts and materials from various Chicago churches outside of the Church of God denomination are also included.

Series 6: Audio/Visual, 1969-2002

The A/V series largely consists of speeches and addresses given by Addie Wyatt and others at various labor, political and women’s conferences. Also included are several taped interviews conducted with Addie Wyatt for video-based oral history projects and documentaries.

Series 7: Sheet Music, 1851-1988

The vast majority of sheet music kept by the Wyatts is gospel music. Reflective of Chicago’s rich history in gospel music performance and production, music by local and national figures such as Rev. Clarence Cobbs, Hall Johnson, Phyllis Hall, and Kenneth Morris are included in this series.

Series 8: Serials, 1955-2005

Similar to the organization files, the serials in this series illustrate the wide range of spheres in which Addie Wyatt and Claude Wyatt operated. Researchers in search of publications by organizations such as PUSH, CBTU and CLUW and various labor unions will find them in this series. Various Chicago community newspapers, general Christian magazines, political publications by the Democratic Party, international labor and political serials, newsletters published by community organizations and women’s organizations as well as publications on health, education and economy are also represented.

Series 9: Clippings, 1958-2005

This series contains clippings collected by Addie and Claude Wyatt on themselves, Chicago politicians and politics, organizations in which they were members, and on influential people. Clippings have been arranged alphabetically by subject.

Series 10: Memorabilia, 1960s-2000s

The memorabilia series includes greeting cards and invitations, awards, plaques, certificates, planners and address books, t-shirts and banners from various events.

Series 11: Photographs, 1831-2012 [bulk dates, 1940-1989]

The photograph series has been arranged into seven separate subseries: Subseries 1: Photographs from the 2013 exhibit on the life and work of Reverend Addie L. Wyatt; Subseries 2: Biography, Early Life, Family and Friends; Subseries 3: Vernon Park Church of God and other Church Affiliations; Subseries 4: Labor and Workers’ Rights Activism; Subseries 5: Politics and Civil Rights Activism; Subseries 6: Women’s Rights Activism; and Subseries 7: Audiovisual Materials. All photographs are arranged in chronological order within each series. If the date of the photograph is not known, it is listed at the end of the series. Every series has undated materials. There is some overlap between the series. For example, the audiovisual materials in Subseries 7 include photo negatives of Rev. Addie Wyatt’s union work. These images can also be found in Subseries 4 photographs. Some images in the collection have a description of the image followed by [1 of 3], [2 of 3], [3 of 3]. This means that there are three different images, usually a series of images from the same event that are slightly different but can be described exactly the same way. The numbers may differ; [1 of 11], [1 of 7], etc.; depending on the number of similar images.

Super Series 2: Records of the Vernon Park Church of God, 1954-2006

Series 1: Vernon Park Church of God, 1958-2006

This series is comprised of ten sub-series that detail the history and growth of the Vernon Park Church of God: Church History; Church Publications; Sermon Texts, Manuscripts and Pastoral Itineraries; Committees and Auxiliaries; Choir and TV Ministry; Correspondence; Membership; General Programs and Funeral Programs; A/V; and Memorabilia. Church history includes histories of the congregation, minutes from the Board of Trustees minutes, by-laws and mission statements, financial materials and clippings on the church. The Sermons sub-series includes hundreds of Claude Wyatt’s typed and handwritten full-text sermons as well as sermon fragments and notes. A number of articles and a book manuscript submitted by Claude Wyatt for publication in various Church of God magazines, in addition to speeches and workshops that Claude Wyatt conducted in his capacity as a pastor, can also be found in this sub-series. These materials have been arranged chronologically.

Also of note are the committee and auxiliary files which document the church’s organizational structure, functioning bodies and social missions. Included in this sub-series are the records of the church anniversary committee, men’s and women’s auxiliaries, coordinating council, youth department and the Wyatt Community and Family Life Center. The audiovisual materials include audio and videotapes of church services and choir musicals held primarily at Vernon Park Church of God. The correspondence files largely consist of correspondence from members of the church and persons writing to Claude Wyatt or Addie Wyatt in their official capacities as pastor and co-pastor of the church. The membership sub-series includes church membership lists, new members orientation procedures, church directories and lists of baptismal candidates.

Series 2: Church of God Denomination (Anderson, IN),

This series includes materials kept by the Wyatts which were produced by various bodies related to the Church of God Denomination (Anderson, Indiana) and has been divided into the following sub-series: Church of God Denomination Headquarters; National Bodies of the Church of God; Higher Education Institutions of the Church of God; Regional Consortiums of the Church of God; Individual Church of God Churches; and Church of God Publications.

The first sub-series consists of materials from the Church of God headquarters in Anderson, Indiana and include correspondence and meeting agendas and minutes from the Executive Council of the Church of God, Warner Press and other services and missions operating out of Anderson, Indiana, including material about the origins and development of the denomination itself. The second sub-series, National Bodies, is primarily made up of documentation of the National Association of the Church of God. Initially organized in 1916, the National Association of the Church of God took its name in 1917. Its main function has been as a voice and organizing body for African Americans pastors, ministers, and congregations within the Church of God Reformation Movement. The earliest records in this collection date back to the mid 1950s and document the annual camp ground meetings of the association held in West Middlesex, Pennsylvania, the finances of the association and its membership, correspondence and race relations within the Church of God Reformation Movement.

Higher education institutions of the Church of God contain materials from various colleges and universities associated with the denomination. Regional Consortiums primarily include records of the General Assembly of the Church of God of Illinois, a state-wide organizing body and the records of Chicago-based consortiums of Church of God pastors and congregations. The sub-series, Individual Church of God Churches, includes an alphabetical arrangement of materials like programs and correspondence from local, national and international Church of God congregations. The final sub-series, Church of God Publications, includes an alphabetical listing of serials published by or oriented to members of the Church of God and include The Shining Light , published by the National Association of the Church of God, the Gospel Trumpeter and Vital Christianity .

Container Inventory

Super Series 1: Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt, Predominant dates, 1958-1999; Inclusive dates, 1851-2010
Series 1: Biography and Family Records, 1957-2010
Box 1 Folder 1: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Union Officers Program, University of Chicago [1957-1958]
Box 1 Folder 2: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical Sketch [c. 1968-1973]
Box 1 Folder 3: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Resumes [c. 1968-1979]
Box 1 Folder 4: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Labor Leadership in a Dynamic Society, Roosevelt University Labor Education Division [1971-1973]
Box 1 Folder 5: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Central YMCA Community College Enrollment [1972?]
Box 1 Folder 6: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Baptismal Certificate [1974]
Box 1 Folder 7: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Labor Leadership in a Dynamic Society, Roosevelt University Labor Education Division [1974]
Box 1 Folder 8: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s who in Government [1974]
Box 1 Folder 9: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Untitled Biographical Statement [c. 1974-1976]
Box 1 Folder 10: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Labor Leadership in a Dynamic Society, Roosevelt University Labor Education Division [1975-1977, n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 11: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical Statement [c. 1975-1979]
Box 1 Folder 12: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Anderson University Honorary Degree [1976]
Box 1 Folder 13: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, “Woman of the Year—Now She’s a Doctor” Article-Anderson Herald Newspaper [1976]
Box 1 Folder 14: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, American Biographical Institute [1976-1980]
Box 1 Folder 15: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, International Biographical Centre [1976-1980]
Box 1 Folder 16: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biography fragments [c. 1976-1980]
Box 1 Folder 17: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Chicago Police Department’s Intelligence Division File [1977]
Box 1 Folder 18: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Draft of statement for Fisk University Who’s Who [1977]
Box 1 Folder 19: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Interview by Elizabeth Balanoff [1977]
Box 1 Folder 20: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who among Black Americans [1977, c. 1988-1989]
Box 1 Folder 21: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who in America [1977-1984]
Box 1 Folder 22: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biography [1978]
Box 1 Folder 23: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who of American Women [1978-1983]
Box 1 Folder 24: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Men and Women of Distinction [1979]
Box 1 Folder 25: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who in American Politics [1979-1983]
Box 1 Folder 26: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who in the Midwest [1979-1985]
Box 1 Folder 27: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biography [c. 1979-1984]
Box 1 Folder 28: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical Statement for publication in Women of Vision (later Particular Passions ) [1980]
Box 1 Folder 29: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Edited version of biographical speech for Listening [1980]
Box 1 Folder 30: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical data [c. 1980-1984]
Box 2 Folder 1: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Who’s Who in the World [1982]
Box 2 Folder 2: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical data [1982-1984]
Box 2 Folder 3: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Women in the Workforce, Roosevelt University Labor Education Division [c. 1982-1984]
Box 2 Folder 4: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Biographical Material Form [1983]
Box 2 Folder 5: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Brookhaven, Mississippi [1998-2003]
Box 2 Folder 6: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Who is the Staff Representative? [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 7: Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Aunt Martha Williams’ Reflections on Addie Wyatt’s youth and adulthood [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 8: Biography, Wyatt, Addie and Claude, Course: Community Issues that Demand a Christian Response [1992]
Box 2 Folder 9: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Advanced Studies for Labor Leaders, Roosevelt University [1970-1971]
Box 2 Folder 10: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Advanced Studies for Labor Leaders, Roosevelt University [c. 1970-1978]
Box 2 Folder 11: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Biographical Sketches [1973-1995]
Box 2 Folder 12: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Advanced Studies for Labor Leaders, Roosevelt University [1975-1976]
Box 2 Folder 13: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course at Calvary Baptist Church [1976]
Box 2 Folder 14: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Midwest Christian Education Conference [1976-1986]
Box 2 Folder 15: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Advanced Studies for Labor Leaders, Roosevelt University [1976-1977] (1)
Box 2 Folder 16: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Advanced Studies for Labor Leaders, Roosevelt University [1976-1977] (2)
Box 2 Folder 17: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Chicago Police Department’s Intelligence Division File [1977]
Box 2 Folder 18: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Doctrine of Salvation [1977]
Box 2 Folder 19: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Labor Leaders in Action, Roosevelt University [1977-1978]
Box 2 Folder 20: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Central City Issues and Institutional Church [1978]
Box 3 Folder 1: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Cook County Deputy Sheriff Training Program [1983] (1)
Box 3 Folder 2: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Course: Cook County Deputy Sheriff Training Program [1983] (2)
Box 3 Folder 3: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, In-Service Training Institute Class Record [1992]
Box 3 Folder 4: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Reflections on youth and marriage to Addie Wyatt [c. early 1990s]
Box 3 Folder 5: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [1993] (1)
Box 3 Folder 6: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [1993] (2)
Box 3 Folder 7: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [1993] (3)
Box 3 Folder 8: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [1994] (1)
Box 3 Folder 9: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [1994] (2)
Box 3 Folder 10: Biography. Wyatt, Jr., Claude, McCormick Theological Seminary Coursework [c. 1993-1994]
Box 3 Folder 11: Biography, Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Funeral Program [2010]
Box 3 Folder 12: Family Records, Cameron, Alvin Emerson, Funeral Program [1999]
Box 3 Folder 13: Family Records, Cameron (Jr.), Ambrose, Funeral Program [1971]
Box 3 Folder 14: Family Records, Cameron, Bluett Reginald, Funeral Program [1977]
Box 3 Folder 15: Family Records, Cameron, Emmett Elliot, Funeral Program [1999]
Box 3 Folder 16: Family Records, Estate of Emmett Cameron [1999-2000]
Box 3 Folder 17: Family Records, Resume of Maude Elizabeth Parker [1979]
Box 3 Folder 18: Family Records, Russell, III, Quince Earl, Funeral Program [1981]
Box 3 Folder 19: Family Records, Wyatt, Calvin, Funeral Program [1992]
Box 3 Folder 20: Family Records, Wyatt, Sr., Claude, Funeral Program [1966]
Box 3 Folder 21: Family Records, Wyatt, Dolores Dorene, Funeral Program [2003]
Box 3 Folder 22: Family Records, Wyatt Family Land Dispute (Dallas, TX) [1973]
Box 3 Folder 23: Family Records, Wyatt, Henry Clay, Funeral Program [2003]
Box 3 Folder 24: Family Records, Wyatt Ponder, Jewel, Funeral Program [1980]
Box 3 Folder 25: Family Records, Wyatt-Stringer Family Reunion [1993-1999]
Box 4   Biography, Wyatt, Addie, Course: Labor Leadership in a Dynamic Society Course Book [1970-1971]
Series 2: Manuscripts, 1956-2005
Box 5 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, “Why I am Happy and Proud to be an American” [1958]
Box 5 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, “My Sojourn to Selma, Alabama” [1965]
Box 5 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Draft Article, “Poverty in America” [c. 1965]
Box 5 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Statement of Addie Wyatt, Field Representative, United Packinghouse, Food and Allied Workers, AFL-CIO on House Bill 287 [c. 1966-1968]
Box 5 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, “How Young People View the Labor Movement” [c. 1968-1973]
Box 5 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, “Working Women” [c. 1968-1979]
Box 5 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, EEOC-Title VII [c. mid 1960s-late 1970s]
Box 5 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Angela Davis Rally (Chicago, IL) [1971]
Box 5 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, Notes from SCLC’s Operation Breadbasket National Conference on Unemployment (Chicago, IL) [1971]
Box 5 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, “To All Derby Food Workers” [c. 1971-1973]
Box 5 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks on Betrayal, Organized Labor and the 1972 Elections [1972]
Box 5 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, “In Honor of the Pastor’s Wife” [1972]
Box 5 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, Speech outline on “Interest Groups of the Local Unions” at Amalgamated Convention [1972]
Box 5 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, Speech outline for Address at Amalgamated Convention [1972]
Box 5 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, “Rayfield Mooty “ [1972]
Box 5 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, Address notes on Senior Citizen Quality of Life [c. 1972-1973]
Box 5 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, Statement for Re-election of Congressman Ralph Metcalfe [c. 1972-1976]
Box 5 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, Statement before Illinois Senate Executive Committee Concerning the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution [1973]
Box 5 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, “Points of Interest” [c. 1973]
Box 5 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, “Women Workers and Affirmative Action” [c. 1973-1979]
Box 5 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before First New York Trade Union Women’s Conference [1974]
Box 5 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, UAW 24th Constitutional Convention Remarks [1974]
Box 5 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Amalgamated Convention on the Formation of the Women’s Department [1974]
Box 5 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, “E.R.A.—Equal Rights Amendment” [1974]
Box 5 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, Speech to International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers 16th Constitutional and 24th Anniversary Convention [1974]
Box 5 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, “Speech to Illinois Women’s Political Caucus” [1974]
Box 5 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, “Expanding the Role of Women in Leadership” [c. 1974-1975]
Box 5 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, “Women in Politics” [c. 1974-1977]
Box 5 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, Speech on the concerns of women trade unionists [c. 1974-1979]
Box 5 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, Address to Louisiana League of Good Government [c. 1974-1979]
Box 5 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, E.R. A. Amendment [1975]
Box 5 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, Statement before the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Senate Concerning Unemployment [1975]
Box 5 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, “The EEOC Program: Where It’s At and Where It’s Going” [1975]
Box 5 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, “Women in Skilled Trades” [c. 1975-1976]
Box 5 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, Address to Denver Area Labor Federation’s Annual Meeting [c. 1975-1979]
Box 5 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, The Status of Women in Amalgamated and society [c. 1975-1979]
Box 5 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Amalgamated 1976 Convention (San Francisco, CA) [1976]
Box 5 Folder 38: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Chicago Urban League Illinois Minority Bicentennial Symposium [1976]
Box 5 Folder 39: Wyatt, Addie, Address to Illinois State Branch Convention [1976]
Box 5 Folder 40: Wyatt, Addie, “Look for the Best, Addie” Article from Guideposts [October 1976]
Box 5 Folder 41: Wyatt, Addie, Press Release on the Supreme Court Decision on Pregnancy Benefits to Working to Working Women [1976]
Box 5 Folder 42: Wyatt, Addie, Statement on Appointment of Secretary of Labor and Under-Secretary of Labor [1976]
Box 5 Folder 43: Wyatt, Addie, Amalgamated Meatcutters Second Biennial Convention, Women’s Department Report [1976]
Box 5 Folder 44: Wyatt, Addie, Speech outline for address to Church Women United [1976]
Box 5 Folder 45: Wyatt, Addie, Address to Chicago Vocational High School Students (Chicago, IL) [1976?]
Box 5 Folder 46: Wyatt, Addie, “Building a Stronger and More Effective Labor Movement” [c. 1976-1978]
Box 5 Folder 47: Wyatt, Addie, Women workers-Then and Now-Excerpts from speeches by Addie Wyatt” [1977]
Box 5 Folder 48: Wyatt, Addie, “U.S. Woman Unionist Returns from Study Trip, Vows Fight for Better Child Care in the U.S.” [1977]
Box 5 Folder 49: Wyatt, Addie, “What are you going to do with the one and only you?” Lucy Flower Vocational High School [1977]
Box 5 Folder 50: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before [an unknown] Amalgamated District on Women in the Union [c. 1977-1978]
Box 5 Folder 51: Wyatt, Addie, Notes for WMAQ Radio News Program [1978]
Box 5 Folder 52: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at the Tenth Birthday Observance for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, GA) [1978]
Box 5 Folder 53: Wyatt, Addie, Address at the National Association of Health Service Executives Dinner [1978]
Box 5 Folder 54: Wyatt, Addie, Tribute at Funeral Services for Congressman Ralph H. Metcalfe [1978]
Box 5 Folder 55: Wyatt, Addie, E.R.A. Deadline [1978]
Box 5 Folder 56: Wyatt, Addie, “Life Can Be Better” Commencement Address, Mundelein College [1978]
Box 5 Folder 57: Wyatt, Addie, “Women’s Awareness in the Developmental Process” [1978]
Box 5 Folder 58: Wyatt, Addie, IUE Kennedy-King Human Rights Award Acceptance Remarks [c. 1978-1979]
Box 5 Folder 59: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Sunnyland strike in Georgia and problems facing workers [c. 1978-1979]
Box 5 Folder 60: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks on Illinois State Senate failure to ratify the E.R.A. [c. 1978-1979]
Box 5 Folder 61: Wyatt, Addie, Notes for Eisenhower Cooperative Teacher Institute at Richards High [1979]
Box 5 Folder 62: Wyatt, Addie, “Are You Really a Christian?” Church of the Good Shepherd [1979]
Box 5 Folder 63: Wyatt, Addie, Organized labor and the plight of inner cities [1979]
Box 5 Folder 64: Wyatt, Addie, Speech excerpt from Progressive National Baptist Convention [1979]
Box 5 Folder 65: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at the Minnesota AFL-CIO Convention [1979]
Box 5 Folder 66: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Labor Rally (Baton Rouge, LA) [1979]
Box 5 Folder 67: Wyatt, Addie, “Ain’t I a Woman” NOW Address(?) [c. 1979-1980]
Box 5 Folder 68: Wyatt, Addie, Speech outline for address to UFCW Regions 18 and 19 [c. 1979-1984]
Box 6 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, “Iowa Beef—Dakota City, Iowa” [c. 1970s-1980s]
Box 6 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, “How have minority groups achieved success through work” [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Woman’s role in her work, her union and society [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, “Critical Issues for Concerned Christians—Women’s Roles in Today’s Society” [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, A Working People’s, Women’s and Black Bill of Rights [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, “You Count, We Care” [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, “Women It’s Your Fight Too! For Bread , Peace and Freedom” [c. 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, Address to the Democratic Party on the need for ratification of the E.R.A. [c. mid 1970s-1982]
Box 6 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, “Right to Work” (Missouri) [c. late 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Speech on political campaigns and elections before APRI Burlington, Iowa Chapter [c. late 1970s]
Box 6 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, “Black Workers, Minorities and Women” [c. 1970s-1980s]
Box 6 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, Women’s Celebration Address (Chicago, IL) [c. 1970s-1980s]
Box 6 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, Introductory Remarks on Dorothy Height [c. late 1970s, early 1980s]
Box 6 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, Speech on unemployment and the role of religious communities [c. late 1970s-mid 1980s]
Box 6 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at the University of Iowa, A Major Conference: The Changing Family IX—Families and Work [1980]
Box 6 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, “Witnessing in Difficult Times” [1980]
Box 6 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, “Our Future in the Workplace” Arizona Industrial Relations Association (Phoenix, AZ) [1980]
Box 6 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition National Leadership Action Conference [1980]
Box 6 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at the Community Renewal Society [1980]
Box 6 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, Resolution on South African Apartheid, Illinois State AFL-CIO Convention (Chicago, IL) [1980]
Box 6 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before First International Civil Rights, Women’s Affairs and Political Action Conference [1980]
Box 6 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, “Assertiveness: Steps to Take Climbing the Ladder from Labor to Executive” Women in Management, Inc.—Loop Center Chapter (Chicago, IL) [c. 1980]
Box 6 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, Statement in Support of E.R.A. [c. 1980-1981]
Box 6 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, Address to UFCW Local’s Annual Stewards Seminar [c. 1980-1984]
Box 6 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, Speech on the Reagan Administration and Economic Problems [c. 1980-1984]
Box 6 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, “Changes in the Political Climate as it Relates to Unions in General” Chicago Network [1981]
Box 6 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, Missing Atlanta Children Speech [1981]
Box 6 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, Speech for Communication Workers of America and United Auto Workers [1981]
Box 6 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, Address to the 8th Annual International UAW Women’s Conference, UAW Family Education Center [1981]
Box 6 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, Outline of Remarks for United Retail Workers Organizing Seminar [1981]
Box 6 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, “What do Women Want?” (Israel) [1981]
Box 6 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, “Why do you think you are here?” National Association of the Church of God (West Middlesex, PA) [1981]
Box 6 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, Solidarity Day Section for Speeches [1981]
Box 6 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, “American Labor Movement Centennial” [1981]
Box 6 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, “I Won Today” [1981]
Box 6 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, E.R.A. Press Rally Statement [1981]
Box 6 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, Introductory remarks at Salute to Charles Hayes, Packinghouse and Labor Community Center (Chicago, IL) [1981]
Box 6 Folder 38: Wyatt, Addie, Speaker Introduction—Sid Ordower [c. 1981-1982]
Box 6 Folder 39: Wyatt, Addie, “What Now for E.R.A.?” UAW (Jackson, MI) 1982
Box 6 Folder 40: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Martin Luther King Jr. 53rd Birthday Celebration (Atlanta, GA) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 41: Wyatt, Addie, Founding Speech to UFCW Retirees’ Club Locals 1444 and 538 (Madison, WI) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 42: Wyatt, Addie, Address at IUE Conference Social Action and Education [1982]
Box 6 Folder 43: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at ADA Conference on the Roosevelt Tradition [1982]
Box 6 Folder 44: Wyatt, Addie, “A New Breed of Leadership: Women at the Helm in the Eighties” Southwest Conference on Women in the Trades (Tucson, AZ) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 45: Wyatt, Addie, “E.R.A. and Beyond: The Future of the Women’s Movement in the Black Community” NOW Detroit Chapter [1982]
Box 6 Folder 46: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at 26th Annual Founders Breakfast of Cleveland Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. [1982]
Box 6 Folder 47: Wyatt, Addie, “Women and Work—Occupational Health Hazards in Service, Business and Industry—Illinois Women: Fit for Life” [1982]
Box 6 Folder 48: Wyatt, Addie, “Current Public Policy and the Challenges to Poor Women” Hull House Association (Chicago, IL) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 49: Wyatt, Addie, Aquinas Catholic High School Commencement Address [1982]
Box 6 Folder 50: Wyatt, Addie, Who is on the Lord’s Side? Commonwealth Community Church (Chicago, IL) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 51: Wyatt, Addie, Address at UFCW Region 13 Fourth Annual Retirees Club Meeting (Des Moines, IA) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 52: Wyatt, Addie, “Pay Equity” Canadian Council UFCW First Women’s Conference (Winnipeg, Manitoba) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 53: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before Bethel A.M.E. Church (Baltimore, MD) [1982]
Box 6 Folder 54: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at NAACP Ad-Hoc Labor Meeting [1982]
Box 7 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, “Economic Fairness” Democratic Mid Party Conference (Philadelphia, PA) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, “The Remedies: Making Equal Opportunity a Reality” Black Trade Unionists NAACP Meeting (Boston, MA) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Statement on E.R.A. [1982]
Box 7 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before the 1982 PUSH Convention Labor Breakfast (Charleston, SC) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, “Organized Labor and Black Economics” National Summit Conference on Black Economic Development and Survival (Gary, IN) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Midwest School for Women Workers (Bloomington, IN) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Samuel Gompers Celebration/Labor Day (San Antonio, TX) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, “Equal Rights Amendment—Its Impact on Black America and what we should do to get it passed” CBC Legislative Weekend (Washington, D.C.) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before North Carolina Association of Educators (Raleigh, NC) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Suburban Health Systems Annual Meeting (Franklin Park, IL) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before “On the Fate of the Earth” conference (New York, NY) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, Statement on Coalition of Labor Union Women and Voter Registration [1982]
Box 7 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, “You, Your Family and Finance” 5th Annual Black Women’s Awareness Conference (Tucson, AZ) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Phi Delta Kappa’s 24th Annual Teach-A-Rama Educational Conference (Chicago, IL) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, “Completing the Dream” NCNW’s Black Women’s Leadership Convention (Washington, DC) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, Speech before National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center’s Black Labor Exhibit, Ohio Historical Society (Columbus, OH) [1982]
Box 7 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, “The Human Indignity of Unemployment” [1982]
Box 7 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, Opening Remarks to UFCW Second National Conference on Women’s Affairs and Civil Rights [1982]
Box 7 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, Challenges Facing Working Men and Women [1982]
Box 7 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, Statement at ERA Countdown Rally [c. 1982]
Box 7 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, “Full Employment” [c.1982]
Box 7 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, “Impact of ‘84” Leadership Conference of Democratic Women [1983]
Box 7 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Sheboygan County Labor Council Labor Kickoff Dinner (Sheboygan Falls, WI) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, Speech at Niles Township High School (Skokie, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, Outline and Remarks for Address to Presidential Classroom for Young Americans [1983]
Box 7 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Annual Florence Criley Celebration (Chicago, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Tennessee State University—Status of Women in the Labor Movement (Nashville, TN) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, “Black Women in the Labor Movement” Purdue University (Lafayette, IN) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, “The Reagan Administration and Women” West Virginia Labor Federation [1983]
Box 7 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, “Human Rights” California State Branch 45th Biennial Convention (Coronado, CA) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, “Organizing Groups in the Work Setting” Saint Xavier College (Chicago, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at 6th Annual Awards Benefit Dinner of Clara Muhammad Memorial Foundation [1983]
Box 7 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, “Securing Jobs and Justice: Current Economic and Employment Crisis” Chicago Conference on Religion and Race [1983]
Box 7 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Metro Seniors in Action Annual Senior Citizens Rally (Chicago, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, Statement at 20th Anniversary March on Washington [1983]
Box 7 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, Statement on the First District Special Election for Congress in the Democratic Party [1983]
Box 7 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, “Economic Status of Black Women” Women’s Legal Defense Fund (Washington, D.C.) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 38: Wyatt, Addie, “Women—The Labor Movement and the Problems of the 1980s” IVI-IPO (Chicago, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 39: Wyatt, Addie, “What the Thrust of the Black Professional People Should Be” 27th Annual Allied Cosmetologists President’s Award Banquet (Chicago, IL) [1983]
Box 7 Folder 40: Wyatt, Addie, Speech on Women’s Equality [1983]
Box 8 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, “A Biblical View of Leadership” Howard University Leadership Training Seminar [1983]
Box 8 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, Address to the National Women’s Political Caucus Sixth Biennial Convention (San Antonio, TX) [1983]
Box 8 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, “Toward the Year 2000: Challenge, Change and Choice” Delta Sigma Theta 37th National Convention (Detroit, MI) [1983]
Box 8 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Women’s Equality Day and “The Role of Black Women in the Struggle for Women’s Rights” [1983]
Box 8 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, Outline for Remarks at AFGE Local 2725 Membership Meeting [1983]
Box 8 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, “My Views on Women in the World of Work” Loop Center YWCA [1983]
Box 8 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, “Women and Minorities in the Labor Force” Minnesota State AFL-CIO Convention [1983]
Box 8 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, “Why are People in Unions? What Does the Union Mean? Women’s Role in the Union” District Union 433 (Jacksonville, FL) [1983]
Box 8 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, “Women’s and Minority Concerns about Affirmative Action and Discrimination in the Job Market” New Jersey Education Association (Atlantic City, NJ) [1983]
Box 8 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Statement to Labor-Management Subcommittee of the Education and Labor Committee—U.S. House of Representatives [1983]
Box 8 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks to Detroit Section of NCNW Annual Founder’s Day Luncheon [1983]
Box 8 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Altgeld Gardens Community Award to Dr. Bacon [c.1983]
Box 8 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, Notes on Etta Moten Barnett [c. 1983-1984]
Box 8 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, “The Included Ones” [1984]
Box 8 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, Workshop Materials, “Women in the Workforce” Roosevelt University Labor Education Division [1984]
Box 8 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, “Working Women in the 80s: The Fight for Jobs and Equality” UFCW Local 880 (Cleveland, OH) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Presidential Classroom for Young Americans (Washington, DC) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, “Security in the Nuclear Age” (Chicago, IL) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, “Directions for Workers in 1984” Pennsylvania AFL-CIO 25thAnnual Convention (Pittsburgh, PA) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, “Crossroads/New Directions in Labor: Role Women Must Play to Effect Change” Chicago Teachers Union [1984]
Box 8 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Union Counselor Graduation Banquet (Richmond, VA) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, “What’s New at CLUW: A Report from the CLUW Convention” 10th Anniversary Celebration at George Meany Labor Center (Silver Springs, MD) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, “Taking Charge, Making Change” YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago and the Chicago Bar Association [1984]
Box 8 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, “What’s Your Agenda: Campaign’84” Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity (Chicago, IL) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, “New Directions, New Technology in Solving the Problems Affecting Workers in the ‘80s” PUSH 13th Annual Convention [1984]
Box 8 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, “Everybody Deserves a Chance to Make It” Urban League of Madison County, Inc (Anderson, IN) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, “Social Equity” National Association of Commissions for Women 15th Annual Convention (Washington, DC) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, “Black Women in the Labor Movement” Coalition of 100 Black Women (Philadelphia, PA) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Organizing for CLUW Kickoff Reception (Boston, MA) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks to ADA Eleanor Roosevelt Centennial Conference (Washington, DC) [1984]
Box 8 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, “Women’s Involvement in the Labor Movement and the 1984 Elections” Local 655 [1984]
Box 8 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks in Warren, Ohio [1984]
Box 8 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, Address at Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Convention [1984]
Box 8 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, Speeches Selected by A. Wyatt for Richard Hatcher’s Book Project [1984]
Box 8 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, Statement in Support of Mondale/Ferraro Campaign [1984]
Box 8 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, Black Women Mothers—The Solution to the Crisis [c. 1984]
Box 8 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, “Caring, Sharing, Meeting Human Need in this Era” [c. 1984-1985]
Box 9 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, “The Challenge—The Call—The Change—The Commitment of Our Lives: From the Mid-Decade of the Seventies to the Mid-Decade of the Eighties” [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, “We Must Defend Legal Aid to the Poor” [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, “Women in Trade Unions in the 1980s” [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, “Created to Share” [c. mid 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, “Telling the Story…BECOME” [1990]
Box 9 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, “Surmounting the Isms” Anderson University [1991]
Box 9 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, Prayer at Ministers Conference [c. 1992-2000]
Box 9 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, Commencement Address [1993]
Box 9 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, “Where are the Children?” [1994]
Box 9 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Testimony in favor of Senate Bills 743 and 744 on Health Care [1995]
Box 9 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, “Called and Going” Commencement Address, McCormick Theological Seminary [1998]
Box 9 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, “The Future of Liberalism” Salute to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor (Anna) Roosevelt: First Lady 1933-1935 [c. 1990s]
Box 9 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, “Spiritual Challenges for a Democratic Nation” Illinois Major State Day [2005]
Box 9 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, Outline for Address to Local 1033’s Women’s Committee of the United Steelworkers of America [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, “The Changing City—A Challenge to Christianity” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, “The Divine Prescription for this Decade of Destiny” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, “Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.—Non Violent Action for Social Change” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at Women’s Service of the 69th Annual Congress of the Metropolitan Spiritual Churches of Christ [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, “Who Am I God? What are my Horizons” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Outline for Women’s Day Address at Crerar Memorial Presbyterian Church [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, Sermon Outline, Women in the Bible [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, Outline of Remarks to IUE Members Women’s Conference [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, “Labor History and Unions” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, Remarks at African American Leadership Partnership (AALP) gathering [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, “Love” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, “Power that We Have” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, Speaker Introduction—Miriam Balanoff [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, “To the Woman” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, “Bridging the Gap Between the Haves and Have Nots” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, Commencement Address at Marion Business College [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, “Truly Great People” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, Address to DePaul University Students (Chicago, IL) [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, Women in Cabrini Green housing [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, “Nehemiah—A Persian Jew” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Speech on Women in PUSH and honoring Rev. Willie Barrow [c. 1972-1981]
Box 9 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Mother’s Day” [1975]
Box 9 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Christianity as a force in the world [c. 1975]
Box 9 Folder 38: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Speech at APRI Waterloo Meeting [1976]
Box 9 Folder 39: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “I am the Union” [1977]
Box 9 Folder 40: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Ratification of the E.R.A. [c. late 1970s]
Box 9 Folder 41: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, The Role of UFCW’s Civil Rights and Women’s Affairs Department [c. 1979-1984]
Box 9 Folder 42: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Address at Ebenezer Baptist Church’s Annual Women’s Day Observance (Atlanta, GA) [1980]
Box 9 Folder 43: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Speech on the costs of employment and unemployment for women [c. 1980-1984]
Box 9 Folder 44: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “The Reagan Administration Proposal—The Budget Cuts” [c. 1980-1984]
Box 9 Folder 45: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Blacks, women and the lack of Black women leadership in the labor movement [c. 1981-1984]
Box 9 Folder 46: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Remarks before the Black Caucus of the AFL-CIO at 1982 Convention on the Executive Council Election [1982]
Box 9 Folder 47: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Speech supporting campaigns of Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro [1984]
Box 9 Folder 48: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Notes and materials for talk on Bob Law Radio Show [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 49: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Christian Women Rising to Meet the Challenge of the ‘80s” [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 50: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “About Franklin Delano Roosevelt” [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 51: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Speech on the economic survival of Black women and Black organizations [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 52: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Black Christian Women—More than Conquerors [c. 1980s]
Box 9 Folder 53: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Introduction to presentation on the Black church and social change [c. late 1990s]
Box 9 Folder 54: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Why Black Women Support the E.R.A.” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 55: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Life Can Be Better—You Can Make it So [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 56: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Mothers: Rulers of the World” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 57: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Notes and Reflections on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 58: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Building a Better Life” Second Christian Church (Indianapolis, IN) [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 59: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Live by the Word” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 60: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, “Sisters in the Wind” [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 61: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, You Ain’t No Friend of Jesus [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 62: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, Rise Up, You Women [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 63: Wyatt, Addie, MS Fragments, God and the creation of man and woman [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Unionization Statistics [c. 1970-1973]
Box 10 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Black Labor and the Recession [c. 1971-1972]
Box 10 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Black Workers and the Economy [1972]
Box 10 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Fact Sheet on Poor and Minority Women [c. 1973]
Box 10 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Earning Rations—Black to White—1974” [1974]
Box 10 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Women’s Employment and Education [c. 1974-1975]
Box 10 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “The Current Health Picture” [1975]
Box 10 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women Owned Businesses” [1976]
Box 10 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Right-to-Work” [1976]
Box 10 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Employment Statistics by Gender [c. 1976]
Box 10 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Factors on Working Women” [1977]
Box 10 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Unemployment and Women” [1977]
Box 10 Folder 13: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “E.R.A.” Box Score [c. 1977-1978]
Box 10 Folder 14: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women in Labor Organizations” [c. 1977-1979]
Box 10 Folder 15: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “The 80% of Women in the Work Force” [1978]
Box 10 Folder 16: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women in the Unions” [1978]
Box 10 Folder 17: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Unemployment” [1978]
Box 10 Folder 18: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Employment Statistics [1978]
Box 10 Folder 19: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Women in Nontraditional Jobs [c. 1978-1979]
Box 10 Folder 20: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Special Report: Women Workers” [1979]
Box 10 Folder 21: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Poverty Level” Statistics [1979]
Box 10 Folder 22: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Working Women’s Survey on Fringe Benefits” [c. 1979-1980]
Box 10 Folder 23: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women in the Labor Movement” [c. late 1970s]
Box 10 Folder 24: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Sex Discrimination on the Job” [c. 1970s]
Box 10 Folder 25: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Sexual Equality in Sweden” [c. late 1970s, early 1980s]
Box 10 Folder 26: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Fact Sheet on Illinois 3/5 Rule” [1980]
Box 10 Folder 27: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Government ‘Rifs Hit Women and Minorities Hardest” [c. 1981-1982]
Box 10 Folder 28: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Women’s Equity Action League (WEAL) statements on women’s issues [1982]
Box 10 Folder 29: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Black/Minorities Union Statistics” [1982-1983]
Box 10 Folder 30: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women and Work” [c. 1982]
Box 10 Folder 31: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, E.R.A. History [c. 1983-1984]
Box 10 Folder 32: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Employment and Labor Statistics [1984]
Box 10 Folder 33: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Affirmative Action on the Job” [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 34: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, “Women in Leadership Roles” [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 35: Wyatt, Addie, Speech Notes, Quotes by Other Authors (Wyatt marginalia) [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 36: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1966]
Box 10 Folder 37: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1969]
Box 10 Folder 38: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1973?]
Box 10 Folder 39: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. 1974]
Box 10 Folder 40: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. 1974-1975]
Box 10 Folder 41: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. 1976-1977]
Box 11 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1977] (1)
Box 11 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1977] (2)
Box 11 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1978]
Box 11 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. late 1970s, early 1980s] (1)
Box 11 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. late 1970s, early 1980s] (2)
Box 11 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1980] (1)
Box 11 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1980] (2)
Box 11 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1980-1981]
Box 11 Folder 9: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1981?]
Box 11 Folder 10: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1982] (1)
Box 11 Folder 11: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1982] (2)
Box 11 Folder 12: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1986]
Box 12 Folder 1: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. 1980s]
Box 12 Folder 2: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [1992]
Box 12 Folder 3: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [c. 1990s]
Box 12 Folder 4: Wyatt, Addie, Notebook [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 5: Wyatt, Addie and Claude, Address Lists and Contacts [1968-1998]
Box 12 Folder 6: Wyatt, Addie and Claude, Address Lists and Contacts [n.d.] (1)
Box 12 Folder 7: Wyatt, Addie and Claude, Address Lists and Contacts [n.d.] (2)
Box 12 Folder 8: Wyatt, Addie and Claude, Address Lists and Contacts [n.d.] (3)
Box 12 Folder 9: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, March on Washington, “They were pouring in from everywhere” [1963]
Box 12 Folder 10: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Press Statement, Mississippi Emergency Hunger Team of Chicago Ministers in SCLC’s Operation Breadbasket [1969]
Box 12 Folder 11: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Day Care Services” [c. late 1960s, early 1970s]
Box 12 Folder 12: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Church and Labor Relations” [1976]
Box 12 Folder 13: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Speech on the need to save Provident Hospital [c. 1976-1977]
Box 12 Folder 14: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Black Beauty (The Beauty of the Black Church)” [1977]
Box 12 Folder 15: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Non-Violence in the Family” [1982]
Box 12 Folder 16: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Changing Our Crises into Creative Opportunities” Marion Adult Training Center Graduation [1982]
Box 12 Folder 17: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Black Church: An Agent of Social Change” Association of Black Social Workers, Chicago Chapter Conference [1983]
Box 12 Folder 18: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Why We are Here” Second Ecumenical Prayer Service, Chicago Temple [1983]
Box 12 Folder 19: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Introduction at Clergymen’s Event [c. 1983-1986]
Box 12 Folder 20: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Introductory remarks for Mayor Eugene Sawyer [c. 1988-1989]
Box 12 Folder 21: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Remarks at DuSable High School Hall of Fame Induction [1989]
Box 12 Folder 22: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Statement on South African Apartheid and the Legacy of Nelson Mandela [c. late 1980s, early 1990s]
Box 12 Folder 23: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “A Look at Violence and Crime Within the Community” [c. late 1980s, early 1990s]
Box 12 Folder 24: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Importance of Going Beyond” [1990]
Box 12 Folder 25: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, AALP Program Admission statement [1992]
Box 12 Folder 26: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Community Issues that Demand a Christian Response” [1992]
Box 12 Folder 27: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “How to Have Christian Unity” [1992]
Box 12 Folder 28: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Racial Struggle for a Christian America” [1993]
Box 13 Folder 1: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Cause and Cure of Disunity” [1993]
Box 13 Folder 2: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Reflections” [c. 1993-1994]
Box 13 Folder 3: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Reflection Paper on Eucharist [1994]
Box 13 Folder 4: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Journal Entry on Baptism [1994]
Box 13 Folder 5: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Reflections Paper on Baptism [1994]
Box 13 Folder 6: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Is the Black Church Relevant?” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 7: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Levi, the Toll Collector” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 8: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Anointing of the Woman” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 9: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Doctrine of Adoption: Its Social Implications in Redeeming Black America” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 10: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Development of Course for Black Theology and the Black Church” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 11: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Hope for the Damned” [1994]
Box 13 Folder 12: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Epistles Exequesis on Galatians 4: 4-7” [1994?]
Box 13 Folder 13: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “The Social Aspect of the Black Church [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 14: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Transformation in Baptism” [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 15: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Let them eat cheese” [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 16: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Notes on Black Power [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 17: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Surviving in a crisis/A crisis of survival [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 18: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “An Agenda for a Church in a Black Community” [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 19: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Review of Freedom Revolution and the Churches by Robert W. Spike [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 20: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “Salvation” [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 21: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, “History of the Black Church” [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 22: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Tribute in memoriam to Rev. Frank Madison Reid, Bishop of Fourth Episcopal District AME Church [n.d.]
Box 13 Folder 23: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Manuscript fragments [c. 1970s-1990s]
Box 13 Folder 24: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Notebook [1967]
Box 13 Folder 25: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Notebook [1993-1994]
Box 13 Folder 26: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Notebook [n.d.] (1)
Box 13 Folder 27: Wyatt, Jr., Claude, Notebook [n.d.] (2)
Box 14 Folder 1: Other Authors, Alexander, Dr. Benjamin, Response to Chicago Reader article, “Are Black People Stupid?” [1980]
Box 14 Folder 2: Other Authors, Alexander, Essex, “The Problem of Sexism which has often caused an Inequity in the Employment of Women in the World of Work” [1977]
Box 14 Folder 3: Other Authors, Alexander, Essex, “The Persistence of Women’s Wages Lagging Behind those Paid to Men in Industry, specifically in the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen…” [1979]
Box 14 Folder 4: Other Authors, Allan, Virginia, Remarks at National Women’s Conference Memorabilia [1978]
Box 14 Folder 5: Other Authors, Andolesk, L. J., Speech before AFGE’s Women’s Subcommittee [1976]
Box 14 Folder 6: Other Authors, Atkin, Edith and Rena Schulman, “The Day Care Center: Need for a New Design” [1968]
Box 14 Folder 7: Other Authors, Bagley, Delma, “Women in Other Unions” [1983]
Box 14 Folder 8: Other Authors, Bagley, Delma, “The Struggle for Women’s Rights in the 1980s” [1983]
Box 14 Folder 9: Other Authors, Bagley, Delma, Speech at UFCW Local 204 Stewards Seminar [1983]
Box 14 Folder 10: Other Authors, Ball, Robert, “Cutting Social Security Benefits is Unnecessary and Wrong” [1981]
Box 14 Folder 11: Other Authors, Barnet, Richard, “The Use of Nuclear Weapons in Indo-China” [1970]
Box 14 Folder 12: Other Authors, Barrow, Rev. Willie, “In Their Times; In Our Times—The Continuing Quest for Respectability” [c. 1984]
Box 14 Folder 13: Other Authors, Barrow, Rev. Willie, “Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday—Why We Can’t Wait” [1993]
Box 14 Folder 14: Other Authors, Barrow, Rev. Willie and L. Pearl Wright, “Life and Works of Harriet Tubman” [n.d.]
Box 14 Folder 15: Other Authors, Berry, Mary Frances, Testimony before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights [1983]
Box 14 Folder 16: Other Authors, Beverly, Sethard, “Intercessory Prayer Evangelism” [1989]
Box 14 Folder 17: Other Authors, Boggs, Grace and James, “The City is the Black Man’s Land” [1967]
Box 14 Folder 18: Other Authors, Boggs, James, “Black Power—A scientific concept whose time has come” [1966]
Box 14 Folder 19: Other Authors, Bonthius, Robert, “The Internship for Clergymen in Urban Ministry” [1966]
Box 14 Folder 20: Other Authors, Boryczka, Raymond, “Black Struggles For Equality in Nineteenth-Century Ohio” [1982]
Box 14 Folder 21: Other Authors, Boynton, Amelia Platts, “Why I Wrote Plays” and “Through the Years” [c. 1970s]
Box 14 Folder 22: Other Authors, Bradley, Senator Bill, “The Importance of African American Churches in the Community” St. James Church [1993]
Box 14 Folder 23: Other Authors, Brannon, Curtis, “Equal Rights—Yes. Equal Rights Amendment—No.” [C. late 1970s, early 1980s]
Box 14 Folder 24: Other Authors, Burroughs, Margaret, “What Shall I Tell My Children of the ‘I Will City’” [1983]
Box 14 Folder 25: Other Authors, Burroughs, Margaret, “A Poetic Salute to Harold Washington of Chicago” [1988]
Box 14 Folder 26: Other Authors, Carruthers, Ruth, “Addie Wyatt—A Determined Woman from a Job Point of View” [n.d.]
Box 14 Folder 27: Other Authors, Carter, President Jimmy, Remarks to ILGWU 37th Tri-Annual Convention [1980]
Box 14 Folder 28: Other Authors, Carter, President Jimmy, Remarks to Women’s Bureau 60th Anniversary Conference [1980]
Box 14 Folder 29: Other Authors, Carter, President Jimmy, Remarks at the New York Board of Rabbis 100th Anniversary Celebration and Dinner [1981]
Box 14 Folder 30: Other Authors, Carter, Rosalynn, Remarks at UFCW event [c. 1979-1984]
Box 14 Folder 31: Other Authors, Chavez, Cesar, “The Grape Boycott…Why it has to be” [c. 1965]
Box 14 Folder 32: Other Authors, Church Federation of Greater Chicago, “A Proposal to Research and Develop Specific Facilities Teaching Resources and Curriculum for Dropout Academies” [c. late 1960s]
Box 14 Folder 33: Other Authors, Clay, Congressman William, Speech before Black Labor Leaders in Chicago [1972]
Box 14 Folder 34: Other Authors, Claybrook, Joan, Remarks at Conference on Regulation [1979]
Box 14 Folder 35: Other Authors, Clinton, President Bill, Remarks to the Erwin Center, University of Texas—Austin [1995]
Box 14 Folder 36: Other Authors, Clinton, President Bill, “One America in the 21st Century” University of California—San Diego [1997]
Box 14 Folder 37: Other Authors, Clinton, President Bill, Remarks Commemorating the 35th Anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights March [2000]
Box 15 Folder 1: Other Authors, Davis, A. Edward, “Eulogy” [n.d.]
Box 15 Folder 2: Other Authors, Davis, Danny, Remarks from Congressional Record on Women’s History Month [2001]
Box 15 Folder 3: Other Authors, Delk, Yvonne, “Connecting, Sharing, Understanding” [1992]
Box 15 Folder 4: Other Authors, Dorsey, Aleta, “The Losing Battle of Discrimination (Unemployment)” [1979]
Box 15 Folder 5: Other Authors, Drinan, Rev. Robert F., “The Changing Role of the Lawyer in an Era of Non-Violent Action” [1964]
Box 15 Folder 6: Other Authors, Dunn, Katy, “We Didn’t Come Here to Swap Recipes!” The Struggles, Victories and Importance of Women in Labor Union Leadership… [1999]
Box 15 Folder 7: Other Authors, Durham, Gladys, “A Message to My People” [1970]
Box 15 Folder 8: Other Authors, Edmonds, Lincoln, Statement at World’s Fair Hearing [1984]
Box 15 Folder 9: Other Authors, Eizenstat, Stuart, Remarks to Women’s National Democratic Club [1979]
Box 15 Folder 10: Other Authors, Elisburg, Donald, Remarks at Federal Bar Association [1979]
Box 15 Folder 11: Other Authors, Espinosa, Wilma, “What the E.R.A. Can Do for Hispanic Americans” [c. 1980-1982]
Box 15 Folder 12: Other Authors, Farrakhan, Minister Louis, “The Vision for the Million Man March” [1995]
Box 15 Folder 13: Other Authors, Felder, Lois, Speech at Texas AFL-CIO, CLUW and UAW Organizing Conference [c. 1980s]
Box 15 Folder 14: Other Authors, France, Erwin A., “A Social Analysis—Public Education, Black Church and Family” [1990]
Box 15 Folder 15: Other Authors, Fraser, Arvonne, Statement before Senate Special Committee on Aging [1975]
Box 15 Folder 16: Other Authors, Freeman, Steven, “Mainstreaming Anti-Semitism: The Legitimation of Louis Farrakhan” [1994]
Box 15 Folder 17: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance: Skills and Strategies of America’s Most Productive People” [1985] (1)
Box 15 Folder 18: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance” [1985] (2)
Box 15 Folder 19: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance” [1985] (3)
Box 15 Folder 20: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance” [1985] (4)
Box 15 Folder 21: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance” [1985] (5)
Box 15 Folder 22: Other Authors, Garfield, Charles A., “The Power of Peak Performance” [1985] (6)
Box 15 Folder 23: Other Authors, Gephardt, Richard A., “What United Us: Our Democratic Values” (Cambridge, MA) [1997]
Box 15 Folder 24: Other Authors, Gilliam, Dorothy, “Self-Help Message for the 80s: We Can Help Ourselves” [1981]
Box 15 Folder 25: Other Authors, Gilligan, John, Remarks at the Partners of America 1977 International Convention [1977]
Box 15 Folder 26: Other Authors, Government of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam, Statement on the peaceful settlement of the Viet Nam problem [1972]
Box 15 Folder 27: Other Authors, Gorman, Patrick, Remarks at burial of Jack F. Floyd Jr. [1963]
Box 15 Folder 28: Other Authors, Green, Rivka, “The Use of Role Playing in Practicing New Roles and Re-Examining Old Roles: A Proposal for Working Women” [1977]
Box 15 Folder 29: Other Authors, Haener, Dorothy, Statement of International UAW to Michigan Occupational Standards Commission [1968]
Box 15 Folder 30: Other Authors, Harmon, John, “Life Together in the City” [n.d.]
Box 15 Folder 31: Other Authors, Hatfield, Sen. Mark O., “Reflections on Peace” [n.d.]
Box 15 Folder 32: Other Authors, Hatfield, Sen. Mark O., Address at the International Luncheon [c. 1988-1992]
Box 16 Folder 1: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., Speech at the Emancipation Proclamation Exposition [1963]
Box 16 Folder 2: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., Statement on Ralph Metcalfe’s Decline to Run for Mayor of the City of Chicago [1974]
Box 16 Folder 3: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., Statement in Support of Michael J. Howlett for Governor of Illinois [c. 1976]
Box 16 Folder 4: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., Press Statement at Political Action Conference of Illinois [1981]
Box 16 Folder 5: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., “The Status of Blacks in Politics in 1983: One Hundred Years Since the Emancipation Proclamation 1863” [1983]
Box 16 Folder 6: Other Authors, Hayes, Charles A., Statement to Subcommittee on Employment Opportunities of the House Education and Labor Committee, U.S. House of Representatives [c. 1980-1983]
Box 16 Folder 7: Other Authors, Hayes, Lionel, Reflection Essays [1972]
Box 16 Folder 8: Other Authors, Height, Dorothy, Statement on Black Voter Participation [1982]
Box 16 Folder 9: Other Authors, Helms, Judith, Testimony to Joint Hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Children and Youth/Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Poverty and Migratory Labor… [1975]
Box 16 Folder 10: Other Authors, Hendrie, Joseph, Remarks at Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Conference on Regulation [1979]
Box 16 Folder 11: Other Authors, Herman, Alexis, “Black Women Workers: The Outlook for the 1980s” [1981]
Box 16 Folder 12: Other Authors, Hines, Samuel George, “The Healing of Inner Wounds” [1978]
Box 16 Folder 13: Other Authors, Hricko, Andrea and Cora Bagley Marrett, “Women’s Occupational Health: The Rise and Fall of a Research Issue” [1975]
Box 16 Folder 14: Other Authors, Hurst, Jr., Kenneth, “Years” [n.d.]
Box 16 Folder 15: Other Authors, Industrial Areas Foundation, “The Tent of the Presence: Black Church Power in the 1980s” [1995]
Box 16 Folder 16: Other Authors, Ingram, Ron, “A Reaction to the E.R.A. Forum” [c. late 1970s, early 1980s]
Box 16 Folder 17: Other Authors, Jackson, Rev. Jesse, Speech at Amalgamated Meatcutters Convention [1972]
Box 16 Folder 18: Other Authors, Jackson, Rev. Jesse, Speech to Coalition for Jobs and Economic Justice [1973]
Box 16 Folder 19: Other Authors, Jackson, Rev. Jesse, “America Needs a New Southern Africa Policy” [1986]
Box 16 Folder 20: Other Authors, Jackson, Rev. Jesse, Speech on AIDS [1987]
Box 16 Folder 21: Other Authors, Jackson, Rev. Jesse, Speech before Democratic National Convention [1992]
Box 16 Folder 22: Other Authors, Jencks, Christopher and Milton Kotler, “A Government of the Black, By the Black, and For the Black” [1966]
Box 16 Folder 23: Other Authors, Johnson, Gloria, “The Modern Woman in the Modern Union” [1976]
Box 16 Folder 24: Other Authors, Jones, Dorothy, “Historical Perspective of Educational and Employment Opportunities: Contributions of Black Women” [1982]
Box 16 Folder 25: Other Authors, Kemp, Jack, Testimony on Urban Jobs and Enterprise Zone before the Senate Finance Committee [1981]
Box 16 Folder 26: Other Authors, Kennedy, Senator Edward, Address at UFCW 1982 Conference on Women’s Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action [1982]
Box 16 Folder 27: Other Authors, Kennedy, Senator Edward, Address at IUD—AFL-CIO 1983 Legislative Conference [1983]
Box 16 Folder 28: Other Authors, Kennedy, Senator Edward, Statement on House-Passed Anti-Apartheid Bill [1986]
Box 16 Folder 29: Other Authors, Kennedy, Senator Edward, Remarks at Tenth Anniversary of Soweto Uprising [1986]
Box 16 Folder 30: Other Authors, Kerry, Lt. John, Testimony for the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (Washington, DC) [1971]
Box 16 Folder 31: Other Authors, Killingsworth, Charles C., “The Reagan Economic Package in Perspective” [1981]
Box 16 Folder 32: Other Authors, King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, “Letter from Birmingham Jail” [1963]
Box 16 Folder 33: Other Authors, King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, “The Domestic Impact of War in America” [1967]
Box 16 Folder 34: Other Authors, Kinney, James Patrick, “The Cold Within” [1970]
Box 16 Folder 35: Other Authors, Kleinman, Bernard and Carl Frankel, “Seniority Remedies Under Title VII: The Steel Consent Decree—A Union Perspective” [1975]
Box 16 Folder 36: Other Authors, Kotler, Milton, Community Foundation Memo #6, “The Urban Polity” [1965]
Box 16 Folder 37: Other Authors, Kraemer, P.E., “A Missionary Structured Congregation in a Metropolitan Setting—Some Sociological Preconditions” [c. 1960s]
Box 16 Folder 38: Other Authors, Lawrence, Jimi Anne, Remarks to the League of Black Women [1972]
Box 16 Folder 39: Other Authors, Laws, Ruth, “Striving for Synergy in Adult Education as Equal Partners” [1975]
Box 16 Folder 40: Other Authors, Laws, Ruth, “Beyond ’76: Adult Education as an Impetus for Social Justice” [1976]
Box 16 Folder 41: Other Authors, Laws, Ruth, “Education Paths and Where they Lead—Communications” [1977]
Box 16 Folder 42: Other Authors, Ledgerwood, Donna and Sue Johnson-Dietz, “The EEOC’s Bold Fray into Sexual Harassment on the Job: Implications for New Employer Liability” [1980]
Box 16 Folder 43: Other Authors, Leigh, John, “Do You Want Tax Relief” [1972]
Box 16 Folder 44: Other Authors, Lerner, Gerda, Opening Lecture at Midwestern Leaders of the Women’s Movement Conference [1992]
Box 16 Folder 45: Other Authors, Lerner, Michael and others, “Friends of the Family—A strategy to deal with the Right” [1981]
Box 16 Folder 46: Other Authors, Linowitz, Sol M., “Why a New Panama Canal Treaty?” [1977]
Box 16 Folder 47: Other Authors, Lucy, William, Speech at Founding CBTU Conference [1972]
Box 16 Folder 48: Other Authors, Lucy, William and Wallace Gatewood, “The Crossroad for the American Trade Union Movement: Black Leadership” [1982]
Box 16 Folder 49: Other Authors, Lutty, Anthony, Address to AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurers [1981]
Box 16 Folder 50: Other Authors, Lutty, Anthony, Address to Region Four’s Sixth Biennial Convention [1981]
Box 16 Folder 51: Other Authors, M., J.E., “God Does Not Tease” [n.d.]
Box 16 Folder 52: Other Authors, Lynch, Leon, Press Statement on E.R.A. Ratification [1979]
Box 16 Folder 53: Other Authors, Madar, Olga, Statement of UAW in support of the E.R.A. [1970]
Box 16 Folder 54: Other Authors, Madar, Olga, “Discrimination Against Women in Current health Insurance Program” [1976]
Box 16 Folder 55: Other Authors, Madar, Olga, Notes on Supreme Court Decision on Maternity Leave [1976]
Box 17 Folder 1: Other Authors, Mason, Jr., Andrew, Address to UFCW Local 3P [1983]
Box 17 Folder 2: Other Authors, McCaw, Arthur B., “To Put an End to Hunger” NCNW Workshop (Chicago, IL) [1969]
Box 17 Folder 3: Other Authors, McEntee, Gerald, Speech at Seattle Women’s Conference [1983]
Box 17 Folder 4: Other Authors, Meany, George, “Labor’s Role in a Free Society” [n.d.]
Box 17 Folder 5: Other Authors, Melton, Mildred, “Someone I Admire” [1979]
Box 17 Folder 6: Other Authors, Merriam, Robert E., Account of campaign for 1955 Chicago Mayoralty (fragment) [c. late 1950s]
Box 17 Folder 7: Other Authors, Millsap, Mary Ann, “Occupational Segregation: Analysis and Recommendations” [1978]
Box 17 Folder 8: Other Authors, Mondale, Walter, Address to Patrick E. Gorman Memorial Luncheon [1981]
Box 17 Folder 9: Other Authors, Moran, Robert D., “A Rate for the Job Regardless of Sex: The Mandate of the Equal Pay Act of 1963” [c. early 1970s]
Box 17 Folder 10: Other Authors, Moran, Tom and Elizabeth Tilley, “Communications strategy for the New Politics” [1982]
Box 17 Folder 11: Other Authors, Mugalian, Richard, Statement in support of Retention of the Present System of Electing Illinois House of Representatives [1979]
Box 17 Folder 12: Other Authors, Network for Economic Rights, “Statement of Purpose” [c. 1971]
Box 17 Folder 13: Other Authors, National Institute of Women of Color, :Moving Mountains—Past, Present and Future: The Role of Women of Color in the American Political System” [1984]
Box 17 Folder 14: Other Authors, Newman, Winn, “Pay Equity: An Emerging Labor Issue” [1981]
Box 17 Folder 15: Other Authors, Nulty, Leslie, Inflation and Full Employment [1977]
Box 17 Folder 16: Other Authors, Ordower, Sid, Remarks at “Addie Wyatt Day” [1976]
Box 17 Folder 17: Other Authors, Ordower, Sid, Statement at Hearings of City Council Committee on Human Rights and Consumer Protection…[1979]
Box 17 Folder 18: Other Authors, Ordower, Sid, Statement in Support of Single District Elections in Cook County [1985]
Box 17 Folder 19: Other Authors, Orear, Les, A Brief Look at the History of the Organized Labor Movement, [c. 1968-1977]
Box 17 Folder 20: Other Authors, Palmer, Lu, Press Statement for Chicago Black Leadership Roundtable [1984]
Box 17 Folder 21: Other Authors, Papers by Students [c. 1980-1983]
John J. Flagler, Roger Smith, Beth Danielson, Brad Jones, Yvette Cree, Linda Smith, Robert J. Danly, Rebecca J. Bateman, Tony Huger, Vernetta Wheeler, Jesus Meza, Trecole Caulton, Mousumi Muhkerjee, Arnetta Payne, Cameron Hill, Marvin Chambers, Princess Mhoon, Dalila Castaneda, Joseph E. Jones
Box 17 Folder 22: Other Authors, Peichert, Allen, “Carter Trilateralism and Conspiracy” [1979]
Box 17 Folder 23: Other Authors, Percy, Senator Charles, Remarks at Conference on Regulation [1979]
Box 17 Folder 24: Other Authors, Pollard, William, Remarks at the Texas State APRI Conference [1977]
Box 17 Folder 25: Other Authors, Pollard, William, “Education, Black Colleges and the Labor Movement” [1982]
Box 17 Folder 26: Other Authors, Potofsky, Jacob S., “A Time to Speak Out” [1970]
Box 17 Folder 27: Other Authors, Prokop, Ruth, “The Crisis of our Cities” [1968]
Box 17 Folder 28: Other Authors, Queens Coalition for Peace and Justice, “The New War Strategy” [1974]
Box 17 Folder 29: Other Authors, Rainwater, Lee, “Crucible of Identity: The Negro Lower-Class Family” [1966]
Box 17 Folder 30: Other Authors, Reuther, Walter, Report of the President [c. 1961-1962]
Box 17 Folder 31: Other Authors, Reynolds, William Bradford, Testimony on Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Enforcement [1981]
Box 17 Folder 32: Other Authors, Rickleff, F.L., “Vacant Housing, Race, and Rent in Chicago—1960” [1966]
Box 17 Folder 33: Other Authors, Riddick, George, Urban Church Resource Material [1966-1967]
Box 17 Folder 34: Other Authors, Riddick, George, “Black Power: A Confrontation of the Churches and the Black Community” [1968]
Box 17 Folder 35: Other Authors, Rush, Kenneth, and William Casey, “United States Troop Levels in Europe” [1973]
Box 18 Folder 1: Other Authors, Savage, Gus, Statement on behalf of Black Community Forum [1976]
Box 18 Folder 2: Other Authors, Schachter, Leon, “Role of our Union in the Area of Civil Rights Legislation” [1973]
Box 18 Folder 3: Other Authors, Schlossberg, Stephen, Statement of International UAW to EEOC [1967]
Box 18 Folder 4: Other Authors, Schulze, Charles, Remarks to Council of Economic Advisers, Conference on Regulation [1979]
Box 18 Folder 5: Other Authors, Sharpe, Elaine First, “Where the Girls Are” [n.d.]
Box 18 Folder 6: Other Authors, Sheinkman, Jack, “Energy for Growth” [1980]
Box 18 Folder 7: Other Authors, Shuttlesworth, Fred, Negro History and Brotherhood Week Speech [1956]
Box 18 Folder 8: Other Authors, Sipila, Helvi, Statement before International Forum on the Role of Women in Population and Development [1974]
Box 18 Folder 9: Other Authors, Skinner, Tom, “A Renewed Black Leadership” CBC 11th Annual Prayer Breakfast (Washington, DC) [1981]
Box 18 Folder 10: Other Authors, Spotwood, Lillian, “Women and the Health Care” [c. mid 1970s]
Box 18 Folder 11: Other Authors, Sprinkles, Ernest, Paper on Presidential Budget Reductions and General Revenue Sharing [1973]
Box 18 Folder 12: Other Authors, Staff Director of Metropolitan Migrant Ministry, Church Federation of Greater Chicago, “Leadership training and consumer education program” [1967]
Box 18 Folder 13: Other Authors, Stanfield, J. Edwin, “In Memphis: More than a Garbage Strike” [1968]
Box 18 Folder 14: Other Authors, Steill, Norma, Speech to Women’s Conference [c. 1980-1981]
Box 18 Folder 15: Other Authors, Stepp, Marc, Remarks at NAACP/Black Trade Unionists Meeting [1982]
Box 18 Folder 16: Other Authors, Stepp, Marc, Statement at National Summit Conference on Black Economic Development and Survival [1982]
Box 18 Folder 17: Other Authors, Stone, Nancy, “Major Health Problems Facing Working Women Today” IUE Women’s Council [1988]
Box 18 Folder 18: Other Authors, Stuck, Emma, “Reaganomics” [c. 1980-1984]
Box 18 Folder 19: Other Authors, Suitor, Tony, Carol Stream Baptist Church Ministry Proposal [1984]
Box 18 Folder 20: Other Authors, Tarr-Whelan, Linda, “Women’s Issues and the Women’s Vote” [1982]
Box 18 Folder 21: Other Authors, Taylor, Dr. Hycel B., Liturgy—The Work of the People [n.d.]
Box 18 Folder 22: Other Authors, Thomas, Charles, “The Advantage of a Black and Hispanic Presidential Candidacy” [c. 1985-1988]
Box 18 Folder 23: Other Authors, Thomas, Charles, “Patrolmen of Unseen Evil Forces” [n.d.]
Box 18 Folder 24: Other Authors, Thomas, Charles, “The Resurrection” [n.d.]
Box 18 Folder 25: Other Authors, Tillman, Jr., James and Mary Norman Tillman, “Christ Followship and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit” [1979]
Box 18 Folder 26: Other Authors, Truesdell, Marilyn, “Three Women in the Black Church: An Introduction” [1975]
Box 18 Folder 27: Other Authors, Tulik, Alex, “Civil Rights” Local 1185P Homework [c. 1970s]
Box 18 Folder 28: Other Authors, Von Hoffman, Nicholas, “Reorganization in the CASBAH” [c. 1960s]
Box 18 Folder 29: Other Authors, W.B.B., “Civil Rights for Negroes” [c. 1964-1965]
Box 18 Folder 30: Other Authors, Wallace, David M., “From the Fullness of the Earth” (fragment) [1966]
Box 18 Folder 31: Other Authors, Warford, Malcolm L., “Work and Calling: An Interpretation of Presidents’/Deans’ Reflections on the Nature of their Office” [1995]
Box 18 Folder 32: Other Authors, Washington, Harold, “Washington Speaks from Springfield” [1973]
Box 18 Folder 33: Other Authors, Washington, Harold, Speech before Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights [1987]
Box 18 Folder 34: Other Authors, Waskow, Arthur, “Creative Disorder in the Racial Struggle” [1965]
Box 18 Folder 35: Other Authors, Weddington, Sarah, Speech before U.N. Mid-Decade Conference on Women [1980]
Box 18 Folder 36: Other Authors, Whittet, Jean M., “Why Women Should be Concerned about Health Care and Health Insurance” [1976]
Box 18 Folder 37: Other Authors, Willhelm, Sidney and Edwin Powell, “Who Needs the Negro” [c. 1960s]
Box 18 Folder 38: Other Authors, Williams, Linda Faye, “After the Jackson Campaign: Blacks and the Democratic Party” [1986]
Box 18 Folder 39: Other Authors, Wilson, Ron, “Life Can be Better, Addie” [c. 1978-1984]
Box 18 Folder 40: Other Authors, Winpisinger, William, “Economic Policies of the Carter Administration” [1978]
Box 18 Folder 41: Other Authors, Winters, Philip D., “The Man in the Red Suit” [n.d.]
Box 18 Folder 42: Other Authors, Wirtz, Willard, “Extended Child Care” Conference on Community Solutions for Child Care (Washington, DC) [1979]
Box 18 Folder 43: Other Authors, Wood, Roy, “WVON Editorial” [1965]
Box 18 Folder 44: Other Authors, Woodgreen Neighborhood House, “Canadian Urban Training Project for Christian Service” [1967]
Box 18 Folder 45: Other Authors, Wyatt, III, Claude “DeDe”, “Racial Struggle for Christian Society” [c. late 1990s, early 2000s]
Box 18 Folder 46: Other Authors, Wyatt, III, Claude “DeDe”, “Unity in the Community: A Communication/Connection Network” [c. 2000]
Box 18 Folder 47: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Address to Consumer Federation of America’s Consumer Assembly [1981]
Box 18 Folder 48: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Address to the Louisiana State AFL-CIO Convention [1981]
Box 18 Folder 49: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Address to FIET World Women’s Conference [1981]
Box 18 Folder 50: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Address to Seafarers International Union [1981]
Box 19 Folder 1: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Remarks to FMI Public Affairs Conference [1981]
Box 19 Folder 2: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Address to the AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trade Department’s 61st Convention [1981]
Box 19 Folder 3: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Remarks to ADA Roosevelt Centennial Conference [1982]
Box 19 Folder 4: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Opening Presentation to UFCW’s Women’s Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference [1982]
Box 19 Folder 5: Other Authors, Wynn, William, Remarks at NAACP 77th Annual Convention Luncheon [1986]
Box 19 Folder 6: Author Unknown, “Religion in America: In Case of Riots, Can the Church Help?” [1967]
Box 19 Folder 7: Author Unknown, “An Open Letter to White Progressives—The Issues and Answers of Election Year 1968” [1968]
Box 19 Folder 8: Author Unknown, “A Black Manifesto (of Martin Luther King)” [1968]
Box 19 Folder 9: Author Unknown, “Unemployment among youth: The explosive statistic!” [c. late 1960s]
Box 19 Folder 10: Author Unknown, “Washington Challenge: National Reform-Deform Movement” [c. early 1970s]
Box 19 Folder 11: Author Unknown, “Report on Strike Conditions at Malcolm X College” [1971]
Box 19 Folder 12: Author Unknown, “Gage Park Race Relations and Polarization” [c. 1972]
Box 19 Folder 13: Author Unknown, “Reader’s Digest: A Magazine for Sale” [c. 1973]
Box 19 Folder 14: Author Unknown, “IUE Social Action Conference” [c. 1974]
Box 19 Folder 15: Author Unknown, Paper on Affirmative Action, Civil Rights and Women’s Liberation [c. 1975-1977]
Box 19 Folder 16: Author Unknown, Women’s roles in the economic growth of America [c. 1976]
Box 19 Folder 17: Author Unknown, “White Paper” The President’s Anti-Inflation Program” [1978]
Box 19 Folder 18: Author Unknown, Testimony at White House Conference on Balanced National Growth and Economic Development [c. 1978]
Box 19 Folder 19: Author Unknown, Statement on Senate Bill 1377 [1979]
Box 19 Folder 20: Author Unknown, “Issue Paper on Health and Social Justice” [1980]
Box 19 Folder 21: Author Unknown, “Women in the Labor Force: Inequity is the Rule” [c. 1981]
Box 19 Folder 22: Author Unknown, “Suggested Remarks for Addie L. Wyatt at Harold Washington Mayor Dinner” [1983]
Box 19 Folder 23: Author Unknown, Speech before UFCW Retirees Club [1983]
Box 19 Folder 24: Author Unknown, “The Black Church Supports for Harold Washington for Mayor!” [c. 1983]
Box 19 Folder 25: Author Unknown, “Suggested outline for Addie L. Wyatt’s Remarks—Illinois Public Action Council Dinner” [c. 1983]
Box 19 Folder 26: Author Unknown, Speech in support of Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Minority Plank and against Walter Mondale’s Campaign [c. 1983-1984]
Box 19 Folder 27: Author Unknown, “Suggested notes for Rev. Claude Wyatt Jr.” Clergy for Mayor Harold Washington [c. 1987]
Box 19 Folder 28: Author Unknown, “Suggested notes for Rev. Claude Wyatt Jr. and Addie L. Wyatt” [1987]
Box 19 Folder 29: Author Unknown, “Suggested outline for Rev. Addie L. Wyatt” 20th Ward Regular Democratic Organization [1988]
Box 19 Folder 30: Author Unknown, “Suggested remarks for Addie L. Wyatt” [1988]
Box 19 Folder 31: Author Unknown, “Suggested outline remarks for Addie L. Wyatt” Recipient of Addie L. Wyatt Labor Award [1988]
Box 19 Folder 32: Author Unknown, “The Purpose of the Domestic Agenda” [1988?]
Box 19 Folder 33: Author Unknown, Introduction of Alexis Herman, Assistant to President [1994]
Box 19 Folder 34: Author Unknown, “Chicago Privatization Accountability Ordinance” [c. 1994]
Box 19 Folder 35: Author Unknown, Jubilee Showcase Script for “Tribute to Thomas Dorsey” [1995]
Box 19 Folder 36: Author Unknown, “Rev. Addie L. Wyatt” [c. mid to late 1990s]
Box 19 Folder 37: Author Unknown, “Executive Summary: People’s Platform” [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 38: Author Unknown, “A Song for Addie” [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 39: Author Unknown, Affirmative Action [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 40: Author Unknown, “Rites of Passage” [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 41: Author Unknown, Song Lyrics [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 42: Author Unknown, Women, minorities and the future of the American labor movement (fragment) [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 43: Author Unknown, Job classifications and EEOC suites (fragment) [n.d.]
Box 19 Folder 44: Author Unknown, Women’s roles in American history and society (fragment) [c. 1980-1984]
Box 19 Folder 45: Author Unknown, The roots of affirmative action (fragment) [c. 1977-1979]
Box 19 Folder 46: Author Unknown, Black Women’s History in America (fragment) [c. early 1980s]
Series 3: Correspondence, 1952-2004
Box 20 Folder 1: Abernathy, Rev. Ralph [1981-1982] (see also Box 65)
Box 20 Folder 2: Abourezk, Sen. James [1978-1983]
Box 20 Folder 3: Abzug, Bella [1978]
Box 20 Folder 4: Acosta, Marjorie [c. 1973]
Box 20 Folder 5: Adams, Reginald [1997]
Box 20 Folder 6: Adams, Ruth [1984]
Box 20 Folder 7: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company [1977]
Box 20 Folder 8: Adelman, Larry [1979]
Box 20 Folder 9: Adelstein, Doris [1996]
Box 20 Folder 10: Alexander, Benjamin [1982]
Box 20 Folder 11: Alexander, Essex [1979-1980]
Box 20 Folder 12: Alexander, Inor(?) [1971]
Box 20 Folder 13: Alexandroff, Mirron [1978]
Box 20 Folder 14: Alexis, Marcus [1979]
Box 20 Folder 15: Albert, Paul [1974]
Box 20 Folder 16: Allard, Jean [1983]
Box 20 Folder 17: Allean(?) [1986]
Box 20 Folder 18: Allen, Dora Mae [1974]
Box 20 Folder 19: Alonzo, Loretta [1980]
Box 20 Folder 20: Alston, Harry and family [1979]
Box 20 Folder 21: Alter, Joanne [1977]
Box 20 Folder 22: Alter, Sharon [1990]
Box 20 Folder 23: Amgott, Madeline [1975]
Box 20 Folder 24: Anders, Grace [1996]
Box 20 Folder 25: Anderson, C.L. [1981]
Box 20 Folder 26: Anderson, Carol [1982]
Box 20 Folder 27: Anderson, Ethel [1996-1998]
Box 20 Folder 28: Anderson, Kirsten [1982]
Box 20 Folder 29: Anderson, Rev. Pamela [1994]
Box 20 Folder 30: Anderson, Vallie [1976]
Box 20 Folder 31: Anderson, Vergie [1981]
Box 20 Folder 32: Andreasson, Lage [1977]
Box 20 Folder 33: Anita [1985]
Box 20 Folder 34: Arrington, Estelle [1982]
Box 20 Folder 35: Ash, Roberta [1975]
Box 20 Folder 36: Atkins, Hannah [1982]
Box 20 Folder 37: Atkinson, Dorothy [1985]
Box 20 Folder 38: Atlas, Marvaleen [1981]
Box 20 Folder 39: Austin, Dan [1976]
Box 20 Folder 40: Author Unknown [1983]
Box 20 Folder 41: Ayers, George [1985]
Box 20 Folder 42: B., Verda [1976]
Box 20 Folder 43: Bailey, Eleanor [1978]
Box 20 Folder 44: Baker, David [1979]
Box 20 Folder 45: Balanoff, Clement [n.d.]
Box 20 Folder 46: Balanoff, Elizabeth [1978]
Box 20 Folder 47: Balanoff, James [1979-1980] (see also Box 65)
Box 20 Folder 48: Balanoff, Robert [1999]
Box 20 Folder 49: Baldwin, Emma [1981]
Box 20 Folder 50: Baldwin, Irene [1978]
Box 20 Folder 51: Baldwin, Lorri [1985]
Box 20 Folder 52: Ball, Rhonda [1992]
Box 20 Folder 53: Balliet, Lee [1982]
Box 20 Folder 54: Banks, Marvie [1981-1985]
Box 20 Folder 55: Banks, Melvin [1976-1984]
Box 20 Folder 56: Bankston, Jesse [1982]
Box 20 Folder 57: Baraka-Love, Jeanne [1986]
Box 20 Folder 58: Barge, Curtis and Daisy [1976-1995, n.d.]
Box 20 Folder 59: Barker, Carolyn [1978]
Box 20 Folder 60: Barlow, Lillian [1973]
Box 20 Folder 61: Barnes, Carol [1982]
Box 20 Folder 62: Barnett, Etta Moten [1976-1978]
Box 20 Folder 63: Barnett, V. Essia (Jean) [1987]
Box 20 Folder 64: Barrow, Rev. Willie [1998]
Box 20 Folder 65: Barry, Mayor Marion [1983-1984]
Box 20 Folder 66: Barry, Robert [1979]
Box 20 Folder 67: Bartels, Jeanette [1977]
Box 20 Folder 68: Barton, Charles [1976]
Box 20 Folder 69: Baseler, Lois [1976]
Box 20 Folder 70: Basta, Golda [1984]
Box 20 Folder 71: Batchelor, Ella [1983]
Box 20 Folder 72: Bates, David E. [1997]
Box 20 Folder 73: Bates, Rosa [1977]
Box 20 Folder 74: Battle, Michael [1998]
Box 20 Folder 75: Bayh, Birch [1984]
Box 21 Folder 1: Beaudry, Ann [1978]
Box 21 Folder 2: Bechtel, Marilyn [1979]
Box 21 Folder 3: Becker, Natalie [1979]
Box 21 Folder 4: Beechum, Rev. Ralph [1990]
Box 21 Folder 5: Beggs, James [1993]
Box 21 Folder 6: Bell, Sharilyn [1984]
Box 21 Folder 7: Bella, Joseph [1980-1982]
Box 21 Folder 8: Belton, Howard [1981]
Box 21 Folder 9: Beltz, Paul [1977]
Box 21 Folder 10: Benedict, Ann [1982]
Box 21 Folder 11: Benjamin, Jr., T. Garrott [1979]
Box 21 Folder 12: Benton, Marjorie [1981-1982]
Box 21 Folder 13: Berditsky, Harvey [1981]
Box 21 Folder 14: Berger, Elaine [1979]
Box 21 Folder 15: Berger, Sally [1982-1984]
Box 21 Folder 16: Berkowitz, Edward [1982]
Box 21 Folder 17: Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph [1996]
Box 21 Folder 18: Berry, Edwin C. “Bill” [1979-1981]
Box 21 Folder 19: Bethel, Kathleen [1992]
Box 21 Folder 20: Beverly, Alan [1982]
Box 21 Folder 21: Beverly, Nelson [1981]
Box 21 Folder 22: Black, Erneetra(?) [1978]
Box 21 Folder 23: Black, Fred [1983]
Box 21 Folder 24: Black, Robert [1995]
Box 21 Folder 25: Blackman, Nancy [1984]
Box 21 Folder 26: Blackmon, Evonia [1982] (see also Box 65)
Box 21 Folder 27: Blum, Barbara [1977]
Box 21 Folder 28: Blum, Kenneth [1981] (see also Box 65)
Box 21 Folder 29: Blumenfield, Esther [1979]
Box 21 Folder 30: Blunt, Madelyne [1980]
Box 21 Folder 31: Bialik, Ida [1993]
Box 21 Folder 32: Biddle, Marcia and Bye, Janet [1978-1980]
Box 21 Folder 33: Billups, Ernest [1979]
Box 21 Folder 34: Billups, Mr. and Mrs. John [1978]
Box 21 Folder 35: Bobo, Bertha [1980-1981]
Box 21 Folder 36: Bockelman, Wilfred [1978]
Box 21 Folder 37: Bolton, David [1984]
Box 21 Folder 38: Bonaparte, Jr., William [1994]
Box 21 Folder 39: Boodell, Jr., Thomas [1980]
Box 21 Folder 40: Bookman, Ann [1995]
Box 21 Folder 41: Booth, Heather [1976-1984]
Box 21 Folder 42: Borger, Betty [1973]
Box 21 Folder 43: Boswell, Arnita [1973-1979]
Box 21 Folder 44: Bosworth, Phyllis [1974]
Box 21 Folder 45: Bouski, Janis [1982]
Box 21 Folder 46: Boutte, Alvin [1979]
Box 21 Folder 47: Boyd, Gwen [1985]
Box 21 Folder 48: Boyd, John [1978]
Box 21 Folder 49: Boyd, Marilyn [1979]
Box 21 Folder 50: Boyte, Harry [1981]
Box 21 Folder 51: Braboy, John [1976]
Box 21 Folder 52: Bradley, Senator Bill [1996]
Box 21 Folder 53: Bradley, Dan [1982]
Box 21 Folder 54: Bradley, Jill [1982]
Box 21 Folder 55: Bradley, Melody [1978-1979]
Box 21 Folder 56: Brad, Nelvia [1990-1997]
Box 21 Folder 57: Branch, Dorothy [1973]
Box 21 Folder 58: Brandy, Zelma [1973]
Box 21 Folder 59: Brandzel, Sol [1975-1978]
Box 21 Folder 60: Brattstrom, Jeannine [1985]
Box 21 Folder 61: Braudy, Susan [1973]
Box 21 Folder 62: Braun, Carol Moseley [1979-1999, n.d.]
Box 21 Folder 63: Bray, Rosemary [1972]
Box 21 Folder 64: Brazley, William [1985-1986]
Box 21 Folder 65: Bremer, Charles [1986]
Box 21 Folder 66: Breslin, John [1992-1999]
Box 21 Folder 67: Brewer, Deborah [1984]
Box 21 Folder 68: Bricco, Diane [1982-1983] (see also Box 65)
Box 21 Folder 69: Briggs, Ann [1981] (see also Box 65)
Box 21 Folder 70: Brinkley, William [1978]
Box 21 Folder 71: Brinson, Sandra [1998]
Box 21 Folder 72: Briscoe, Tommy [1971?]
Box 22 Folder 1: Brock, Paul [1982]
Box 22 Folder 2: Broedel, Bob [1979]
Box 22 Folder 3: Brokemond, George [1981-1982] (see also Box 65)
Box 22 Folder 4: Bronaugh(?), Cleo [1979]
Box 22 Folder 5: Brookins, Senator Howard [1991]
Box 22 Folder 6: Brooks, Frank [1990]
Box 22 Folder 7: Brown, Benny [1976]
Box 22 Folder 8: Brown, Billye [1973]
Box 22 Folder 9: Brown, Clarice [1976-1984]
Box 22 Folder 10: Brown, Curtis [1984]
Box 22 Folder 11: Brown-Daniels, Delois [1993]
Box 22 Folder 12: Brown, Edwin [1974]
Box 22 Folder 13: Brown, Evelyn [1979]
Box 22 Folder 14: Brown, Juanita [1976]
Box 22 Folder 15: Brown, M. [1976]
Box 22 Folder 16: Bruce, Minnie [1982]
Box 22 Folder 17: Bryson, Dorothy [1983]
Box 22 Folder 18: Budz, Margaret [1979-1980]
Box 22 Folder 19: Buffington, Vivian [1982]
Box 22 Folder 20: Bull, Dorothy [1976]
Box 22 Folder 21: Burke, Carol [1979]
Box 22 Folder 22: Burke, Sarah [1981]
Box 22 Folder 23: Burris, Roland [1979-1994, n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 24: Burroughs, Margaret [1985]
Box 22 Folder 25: Burt, Catherine [1982]
Box 22 Folder 26: Burton, Art [1992-1993]
Box 22 Folder 27: Busman, Gloria [1981]
Box 22 Folder 28: Buss, Edith [1981]
Box 22 Folder 29: Bussie, Victor [ 1978-1979]
Box 22 Folder 30: Butler, Landon [1980]
Box 22 Folder 31: Butterfield, Grace [1983]
Box 22 Folder 32: Byrd, Barbara [1998]
Box 22 Folder 33: Byrne, Mayor Jane [1979]
Box 22 Folder 34: Cabage, Mary Anne [1981-1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 22 Folder 35: Cafferty, Pastora San Juan [1996]
Box 22 Folder 36: Cagnina, Robert [1974]
Box 22 Folder 37: Calhoun, Lillian [1995]
Box 22 Folder 38: Calligaris, Narion [1976]
Box 22 Folder 39: Cameron, Bluett R. [1999]
Box 22 Folder 40: Cameron, Diane [1972]
Box 22 Folder 41: Cannella, Anita [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 22 Folder 42: Canty, Valerie [1983]
Box 22 Folder 43: Cardin, Shoshana [1978]
Box 22 Folder 44: Carlson, Mary [1973]
Box 22 Folder 45: Carlstedt, Nancy [1995]
Box 22 Folder 46: Carruthers, Iva [2004]
Box 22 Folder 47: Carpenter, Liz [c. 1981-1983]
Box 22 Folder 48: Carter, Carmen [1983]
Box 22 Folder 49: Carter, President Jimmy [1977-1998]
Box 22 Folder 50: Carter, John Mack [1978-1979]
Box 22 Folder 51: Carter, Mae [1982]
Box 22 Folder 52: Carter, Nancy [1984]
Box 22 Folder 53: Cartier, Marie [1978]
Box 22 Folder 54: Cartwright, Carole [1976]
Box 22 Folder 55: Cartwright, Lenora(?) [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 56: Carver, Everett [1980]
Box 22 Folder 57: Cassedy, Ellen [1973]
Box 22 Folder 58: Cassell, Frank [1976]
Box 22 Folder 59: Casstevens, Bill [1981]
Box 22 Folder 60: Cayer, Arlene [1977]
Box 22 Folder 61: Cecelski, Arthur [1979] (see also Box 66)
Box 22 Folder 62: Chambers, Sandra [1993-1994]
Box 22 Folder 63: Chaney, Sharon [1974]
Box 22 Folder 64: Chappell, Emma [1978]
Box 22 Folder 65: Charles, Charmane [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 66: Chasnoff, Debra [1981]
Box 22 Folder 67: Chatman, Eleanor [1985]
Box 22 Folder 68: Cherry, James [1981]
Box 22 Folder 69: Cherryholmes, Millie [1977]
Box 22 Folder 70: Chicago Defender [1982]
Box 22 Folder 71: Christmas, Faith [1973]
Box 23 Folder 1: Cima, Rev. Thomas [1982]
Box 23 Folder 2: Cissna, Rev. Connie [1995]
Box 23 Folder 3: Clark, Kenneth B. [1982]
Box 23 Folder 4: Clardy, Cathy [1977-1985]
Box 23 Folder 5: Clardy, James and Virginia [1996]
Box 23 Folder 6: Clark, Margaret [1979]
Box 23 Folder 7: Clarenbach, Kay [1978]
Box 23 Folder 8: Clinton, President Bill [1998]
Box 23 Folder 9: The Coalition for United Community Action [1979]
Box 23 Folder 10: Coban, Vincentiu-Christian [1980]
Box 23 Folder 11: Coger, Marian [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 12: Coggins, Queen Ester [1977]
Box 23 Folder 13: Cohen, Christopher [1979]
Box 23 Folder 14: Cohen, Gwen [1993]
Box 23 Folder 15: Cohn, Shaina [1979]
Box 23 Folder 16: Coleman, Rev. Johnnie [1982-1992] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 17: Coleman, Wilhelmina [1992]
Box 23 Folder 18: Collins, Ana [1992]
Box 23 Folder 19: Collins, Aretha [1983]
Box 23 Folder 20: Collins, Cardiss [1977-1980]
Box 23 Folder 21: Collins, Ernest “Stu” [1979]
Box 23 Folder 22: Collins, Estelle [1982]
Box 23 Folder 23: Collins, Royce [1980]
Box 23 Folder 24: Committee on the Constitutional System [1984]
Box 23 Folder 25: Commoner, Barry [1979]
Box 23 Folder 26: Compton, James [1979-1994] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 27: Conlon, Harry [1972]
Box 23 Folder 28: Connelly, Polly [1975-1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 29: Connor, David [1979]
Box 23 Folder 30: Conroy, Coleman [1978]
Box 23 Folder 31: Conway, Mimi [1981]
Box 23 Folder 32: Conyers, Jr., Rep. John [1983]
Box 23 Folder 33: Cook, Beverly [1998]
Box 23 Folder 34: Cook, Marian [1976]
Box 23 Folder 35: Cook, Ronald [1972]
Box 23 Folder 36: Cook, Verna [1989]
Box 23 Folder 37: Cooper, Dian [1976]
Box 23 Folder 38: Cooper, Lori [1982]
Box 23 Folder 39: Cooper, Ranny [1979-1981]
Box 23 Folder 40: Corday, Barbara [1994]
Box 23 Folder 41: Cordtz, Richard [1996]
Box 23 Folder 42: Corman, James [1979-1980]
Box 23 Folder 43: Cormier, Jr., Arthur [1977]
Box 23 Folder 44: Cotton, Eugene [1975-1981]
Box 23 Folder 45: Cotton, Thelma [1969]
Box 23 Folder 46: Coulson, Robert [1982]
Box 23 Folder 47: County Courthouse, Brookhaven, MS [1984]
Box 23 Folder 48: Cover, Jennifer [1984]
Box 23 Folder 49: Cowley, Virginia [1979]
Box 23 Folder 50: Cox, Lawrence [1999]
Box 23 Folder 51: Coyle, Steve [1978]
Box 23 Folder 52: Cranston, Kim [1984]
Box 23 Folder 53: Creamer, Bob [1981] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 54: Creamer, Day [1973]
Box 23 Folder 55: Creque’, Bobbie [1977]
Box 23 Folder 56: Crisp, Mary [1979-1984]
Box 23 Folder 57: Cronin, Barry [1984]
Box 23 Folder 58: Crosby, Andrew [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 59: Crump, Anne [1982]
Box 23 Folder 60: Cruz, Miriam [1981]
Box 23 Folder 61: Cullers, Marian [1972]
Box 23 Folder 62: Cummings, Theresa [1980]
Box 23 Folder 63: Cunningham, Scottie [1981]
Box 23 Folder 64: Curran, R.D. [1976]
Box 23 Folder 65: Curtis, M.L. [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 23 Folder 66: Cutler, Lynn [1984-1985]
Box 23 Folder 67: Dade, Jean [1984]
Box 23 Folder 68: Daley, Mayor Richard M. [1991-1999, n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 69: Daniel, Milly [1984-1985]
Box 23 Folder 70: Daniels, Chuck [1992]
Box 23 Folder 71: Darian [1984]
Box 23 Folder 72: The Darnells [1985]
Box 24 Folder 1: Dave, Helen [1979]
Box 24 Folder 2: Davenport, Doris [1999]
Box 24 Folder 3: Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. David [1984]
Box 24 Folder 4: Davies, Bobbie [1984]
Box 24 Folder 5: Davis, Rev. Carlton [1989]
Box 24 Folder 6: Davis, Cathern [1983]
Box 24 Folder 7: Davis, Grady [1979]
Box 24 Folder 8: Davis, Marianna [1981]
Box 24 Folder 9: Davis, Mary [1976]
Box 24 Folder 10: Davis, Milton [1980-1998]
Box 24 Folder 11: Davis, Morris [1977]
Box 24 Folder 12: Davis, Portia [1984]
Box 24 Folder 13: Davis, Shelley [1997]
Box 24 Folder 14: Dawson, Rep. Francis [1969]
Box 24 Folder 15: Dawson, Sen. Glenn [1978-1985]
Box 24 Folder 16: Day, Bette [1984]
Box 24 Folder 17: Day, Clara [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 24 Folder 18: Deaton, Mary [1981]
Box 24 Folder 19: DeBow, Louise [1983]
Box 24 Folder 20: Decker, Mary [1998]
Box 24 Folder 21: Dee, Merri [1982]
Box 24 Folder 22: De Frieze, Sharon [1983] (see also Box 66)
Box 24 Folder 23: Deister, Bobbie [1984]
Box 24 Folder 24: Demuzio, Vince [1989]
Box 24 Folder 25: Dennis, Arnette [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 24 Folder 26: Department of State (U.S.) [1975]
Box 24 Folder 27: Despenza-Green, Betty [1999]
Box 24 Folder 28: Devine, Kathleen [1982] (see also Box 66)
Box 24 Folder 29: DeWitt, Irene [1977]
Box 24 Folder 30: Dillard, Roy [1993]
Box 24 Folder 31: Dingle, Jr., Leon [1978]
Box 24 Folder 32: DiSano, Salvatore [1973]
Box 24 Folder 33: Dixon, Sen. Alan [1981]
Box 24 Folder 34: Dixon, Ald. Lorraine [1990, n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 35: Doherty, Mary Lou [1976]
Box 24 Folder 36: Dooley, Betty [1982] (see also Box 67)
Box 24 Folder 37: Dorsey, L. Coleman [1975]
Box 24 Folder 38: Dowling, Jeannine [1982-1984]
Box 24 Folder 39: Dreyfuss Brothers, Inc. [1981-1984]
Box 24 Folder 40: DuBow, Elaine [1980]
Box 24 Folder 41: DuBow, Evelyn [1978]
Box 24 Folder 42: Dukakis, Michael [1988]
Box 24 Folder 43: Duke, Deloris [1984]
Box 24 Folder 44: Duncan, Gwendolyn [1980]
Box 24 Folder 45: Dunham, Frances [1972]
Box 24 Folder 46: Dunlap, Rev. A.R. [1978]
Box 24 Folder 47: Durham, Richard [1970]
Box 24 Folder 48: Dyer, Giddy [1974]
Box 24 Folder 49: Dyson, Marcia [1983]
Box 24 Folder 50: Eady, Mary [1981]
Box 24 Folder 51: EBONY Magazine [1981-1982]
Box 24 Folder 52: Echols, Harvey [1983]
Box 24 Folder 53: Edelman, Elaine [1975]
Box 24 Folder 54: Edelman, Ruth [1981]
Box 24 Folder 55: Edgar, Gov. Jim [1993-1995]
Box 24 Folder 56: Edith [1977]
Box 24 Folder 57: Edwards, Lonnie [1987]
Box 24 Folder 58: Edwards, Marybeth [1997]
Box 24 Folder 59: Edwards, Ozzie [1980]
Box 24 Folder 60: Egan, John [1978-1998] (see also Box 67)
Box 24 Folder 61: Elam, Pam [1981]
Box 24 Folder 62: El-Amin, Mildred [1985]
Box 24 Folder 63: Ellanz(?) [1980]
Box 24 Folder 64: Ellen [1985]
Box 24 Folder 65: Ellis, Curtis [1978]
Box 24 Folder 66: Ellison, LeBrasia [1975]
Box 24 Folder 67: Ellison, Michael [1992]
Box 24 Folder 68: Ellison, Pauline [1976-1978]
Box 24 Folder 69: Endean, Stephen [1980]
Box 24 Folder 70: Enrico, Roger [1984]
Box 24 Folder 71: Epps, Jesse [1979]
Box 24 Folder 72: Epps, Patricia [1982]
Box 24 Folder 73: ERAmerica [1980]
Box 24 Folder 74: Erwin, Rev. John [1980]
Box 24 Folder 75: Estrada, Jose [1983]
Box 24 Folder 76: Ethridge, Samuel [1983]
Box 24 Folder 77: Etzler, Carole [1978]
Box 24 Folder 78: Evans, Marie and Mother Charles [1985]
Box 24 Folder 79: Evans, Rev. Clay [1993]
Box 24 Folder 80: Evans, Connie [1994]
Box 24 Folder 81: Evans, Rev. Paul [1985]
Box 24 Folder 82: Evans, Samuel [1981]
Box 24 Folder 83: Evans, Webb [1984]
Box 24 Folder 84: Everett, Beverly [1977]
Box 25 Folder 1: Fairman, Letty [1978]
Box 25 Folder 2: Faison, Thurman [1985]
Box 25 Folder 3: Fall, Clara [1971]
Box 25 Folder 4: Fambro, Bernice [1975]
Box 25 Folder 5: Farrakhan, Minister Louis [1989-1999]
Box 25 Folder 6: Farrell, Fran [1978]
Box 25 Folder 7: Fauntroy, Walter [1978]
Box 25 Folder 8: Feinstein, Dianne [1982-1983]
Box 25 Folder 9: Felder, Rev. A.H. [1983]
Box 25 Folder 10: Felder, Lois [1992]
Box 25 Folder 11: Feliciano-Abshire, Suzanne [1981] (see also Box 67)
Box 25 Folder 12: Fellers, Timothy [1993]
Box 25 Folder 13: Felton, Gladys [1983]
Box 25 Folder 14: Fenwick, Millicent [1978]
Box 25 Folder 15: Ferguson, John [1974]
Box 25 Folder 16: Ferraro, Geraldine [1982]
Box 25 Folder 17: Ferril, Grace [1971]
Box 25 Folder 18: Fichtenbaum, Myrna [1973]
Box 25 Folder 19: Figgures, Idella [1979]
Box 25 Folder 20: Finney, Jr., Leon [1974-1998]
Box 25 Folder 21: Firkser, Susan [1981]
Box 25 Folder 22: Fisher, Shirley [1981]
Box 25 Folder 23: Fitzmaurice, David [1976-1982]
Box 25 Folder 24: Fitzsimmons, Frank [1975]
Box 25 Folder 25: Flanagan, Romie [1982]
Box 25 Folder 26: Fletcher, E. Toy [1978]
Box 25 Folder 27: Flynn, Fahey [1978]
Box 25 Folder 28: Foggs, Jr., Eddie [1977]
Box 25 Folder 29: Follet, Joyce [1992-1999]
Box 25 Folder 30: Ford, Wendell [1981]
Box 25 Folder 31: Foreman, Lela [1982-1998]
Box 25 Folder 32: Fournier, Michele [1983]
Box 25 Folder 33: Fowler, Rev. Elmer [1982]
Box 25 Folder 34: Fox, Muriel [1980]
Box 25 Folder 35: Fox, Tricia [1983]
Box 25 Folder 36: France, Erwin [1993]
Box 25 Folder 37: France, Mark and Eric [1995]
Box 25 Folder 38: Franklin, Jane and Carolyn [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 39: Franks, Philip [1998]
Box 25 Folder 40: Fraser, Don and Arvonne [1981]
Box 25 Folder 41: Fraser, Douglas [1983]
Box 25 Folder 42: Frazier, Ruth [1997]
Box 25 Folder 43: Frederick, Carol [1975]
Box 25 Folder 44: Freeman, Charles E. [1988]
Box 25 Folder 45: Freeman, Orville [1983]
Box 25 Folder 46: Freeman, Rev. Robert [1996]
Box 25 Folder 47: Frees, Linda [1975]
Box 25 Folder 48: Friedan, Betty [1974]
Box 25 Folder 49: Friedman, Richard [1986]
Box 25 Folder 50: Frost, Jennifer [1992]
Box 25 Folder 51: Fryer, John [1975]
Box 25 Folder 52: Fryman, Patsy [1977] (see also Box 68)
Box 25 Folder 53: Fulgham, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 54: Fullilove, Morag [1975]
Box 25 Folder 55: Fury, Kathy [1974]
Box 25 Folder 56: Futrell, Mary [1983]
Box 25 Folder 57: Gaboury, Fred [1979-1985] (see also Box 68)
Box 25 Folder 58: Gailes, William [1979]
Box 25 Folder 59: Galaty, Carol [1976]
Box 25 Folder 60: Gallin, Dan [1976]
Box 25 Folder 61: Gallin, Dan [1980]
Box 25 Folder 62: Gallin, Dan [1980-1983]
Box 26 Folder 1: Gardiner, Wita [1984]
Box 26 Folder 2: Garfield, Nancy [1983-1984]
Box 26 Folder 3: Garrett, Tina [1982]
Box 26 Folder 4: Garth, William [1999]
Box 26 Folder 5: Gary, William [1980-1982] (see also Box 68)
Box 26 Folder 6: Gastel, Arlene [1976]
Box 26 Folder 7: Gause, Kathleen [1980]
Box 26 Folder 8: Gavin, Gayle [1983]
Box 26 Folder 9: Gay, Houston [1977]
Box 26 Folder 10: Gayle, Ann [1979-1980]
Box 26 Folder 11: Gbayee, Hon. Alexander [1997]
Box 26 Folder 12: Gelzer, Cheryl [1982]
Box 26 Folder 13: General, Doris [1977]
Box 26 Folder 14: Geo-Karis, Sen. Adeline [1995]
Box 26 Folder 15: George, Francis Cardinal [1999?]
Box 26 Folder 16: Geraldine [c. 1982]
Box 26 Folder 17: Giacomo, John [1973]
Box 26 Folder 18: Gibbs, E.F. [1979]
Box 26 Folder 19: Gibson, Carolyn [1981]
Box 26 Folder 20: Gibson, John W. [1987]
Box 26 Folder 21: Giddings, Paula [1984]
Box 26 Folder 22: Gilbert, Lynn [1979-1982]
Box 26 Folder 23: Gillespie, Sandra [1984]
Box 26 Folder 24: Gilmore, Marguerite [1964-1976]
Box 26 Folder 25: Gilpin, Mimi [1980]
Box 26 Folder 26: Gloria [1984-1985]
Box 26 Folder 27: Glover, Gleason [1980-1981]
Box 26 Folder 28: Godwin, Ms. [1977]
Box 26 Folder 29: Goldberg, Marcia [1983]
Box 26 Folder 30: Goldfarb, Lyn [1980]
Box 26 Folder 31: Gooch, Gregory [1980]
Box 26 Folder 32: Goode, Selma [1976]
Box 26 Folder 33: Goodell, Mary [1983]
Box 26 Folder 34: Goodin, Joan [1979-1982]
Box 26 Folder 35: Goodspeed, Carole [1977]
Box 26 Folder 36: Goodwin-Woolfolk, Ida [1983-1984]
Box 26 Folder 37: Gordon, Bart [1983]
Box 26 Folder 38: Gordon, Bruce [1985]
Box 26 Folder 39: Gordon, Carnegia [1981-1982]
Box 26 Folder 40: Gordon, Germaine [1980-1982] (see also Box 68)
Box 26 Folder 41: Gordon, Jerry [1973-1983] (see also Box 68)
Box 26 Folder 42: Gorelick, Philip [1993]
Box 26 Folder 43: Gorton, Slade [1982]
Box 26 Folder 44: Grace [1976]
Box 26 Folder 45: Grady, Walteen [1981]
Box 26 Folder 46: Graham, Tom and Rose [1971]
Box 26 Folder 47: Gransberry, Christine [1995]
Box 26 Folder 48: Grant, Rev. Jacquelyn [1984]
Box 26 Folder 49: Gray, John [1975]
Box 26 Folder 50: Gray, Lorraine [1982]
Box 26 Folder 51: Grayson, Jr., C. Jackson [1980]
Box 26 Folder 52: Gregory, Vikki [1982]
Box 26 Folder 53: Green, Arthur [1979]
Box 26 Folder 54: Green, Laura [1976]
Box 26 Folder 55: Green, Lila [1976]
Box 26 Folder 56: Green, Lorna [1974]
Box 26 Folder 57: Green, Richard [1980]
Box 26 Folder 58: Green, Shirley [1991]
Box 26 Folder 59: Green, Wanda [1997]
Box 26 Folder 60: Green, Wilma [1983]
Box 26 Folder 61: Greenberg, Anna [1997]
Box 26 Folder 62: Greenholdt, Diane [1975-1978]
Box 26 Folder 63: Griffin, Jean [1979]
Box 26 Folder 64: Grigsby, Marshall [1973-1978]
Box 26 Folder 65: Grip, Jr., Charles [1984]
Box 26 Folder 66: Grissom, Jr., Thomas [1983]
Box 26 Folder 67: Grossman, Richard [1982]
Box 26 Folder 68: Gutekanst, Cathleen [1976]
Box 26 Folder 69: Gutierrez, Al [1981]
Box 26 Folder 70: Guy, Albertine [1991]
Box 26 Folder 71: Guzzo, Frank [1978]
Box 27 Folder 1: Haas, Dorothy [1978-1979]
Box 27 Folder 2: Haegele, Dorothy [1981]
Box 27 Folder 3: Haener, Dorothy [1981] (see also Box 68)
Box 27 Folder 4: Hall, Donna [1987]
Box 27 Folder 5: Hall, Katie [1983]
Box 27 Folder 6: Hall, Rev. Paul [1988-1993]
Box 27 Folder 7: Hall, Tony [1979]
Box 27 Folder 8: Hamer, Pat [1977]
Box 27 Folder 9: Hampel, Paul [1985]
Box 27 Folder 10: Hampton, Rev. Carolina [1980]
Box 27 Folder 11: Hampton, Dianne [1981-1983]
Box 27 Folder 12: Hampton, Jr., Fred [1981]
Box 27 Folder 13: Hanais(?), Ruth [1982]
Box 27 Folder 14: Hank-McNeil, Claretta [1983]
Box 27 Folder 15: Harbrant, Robert [1979]
Box 27 Folder 16: Hardin, Andrew [1988]
Box 27 Folder 17: Hardina [n.d.]
Box 27 Folder 18: Hardy, Henry [1998]
Box 27 Folder 19: Hardy, Merelyn [1982]
Box 27 Folder 20: Harewood, Monica [1978]
Box 27 Folder 21: Harjo, Suzan [1979]
Box 27 Folder 22: Harm, Frederick [1976]
Box 27 Folder 23: Harper, Patrice [n.d.] (see also Box 68)
Box 27 Folder 24: Harris, Milo [1997-2000]
Box 27 Folder 25: Harris, Sophia Bracy [1981-1982] (see also Box 68)
Box 27 Folder 26: Hart, Jeffrey [1981]
Box 27 Folder 27: Harte, W.J. [1983]
Box 27 Folder 28: Hartigan, Neil [1976]
Box 27 Folder 29: Hartman, Hermene [1979]
Box 27 Folder 30: Haruwn(?), Annie [1984]
Box 27 Folder 31: Harvey, Ruth [1981]
Box 27 Folder 32: Haslem, Gladys [1976]
Box 27 Folder 33: Hatcher, Richard Gordon [1982-1985]
Box 27 Folder 34: Hawkins, Augustus [1976]
Box 27 Folder 35: Hayes, Charles A. [1973-1992]
Box 27 Folder 36: Hayes, Edna [1984]
Box 27 Folder 37: Hayes, Reginald [1977]
Box 27 Folder 38: Haynes, Ruth [1972-1978]
Box 27 Folder 39: Head, Loretta [1981]
Box 27 Folder 40: Healey, John [1984]
Box 27 Folder 41: Healey, Robert [1980]
Box 27 Folder 42: Hecht, Jennifer [1977]
Box 27 Folder 43: Hefner, Christie [1983]
Box 27 Folder 44: Heggins, Charlye [1994]
Box 27 Folder 45: Heil, Jo Ellen [1984]
Box 27 Folder 46: Heinz, John [1983]
Box 27 Folder 47: Heller, Rita [1984]
Box 27 Folder 48: Henderson, Erma [1984]
Box 27 Folder 49: Henley, Marion [1984]
Box 27 Folder 50: Hennen, Claudia [1973]
Box 27 Folder 51: Hensler, Helen [1973-1985]
Box 27 Folder 52: Herman, Alexis [1979-1981]
Box 27 Folder 53: Herron, Alice [1976]
Box 27 Folder 54: Hershey, Lenore [1977]
Box 27 Folder 55: Hicks, Sherman G. [1994]
Box 27 Folder 56: Hill, Anne [1980]
Box 27 Folder 57: Hill, Maxine [1975-1980]
Box 27 Folder 58: Hill, Sherry [1983]
Box 27 Folder 59: Hine, Darlene Clark [1982]
Box 27 Folder 60: Hinojosa, Juan Lorenzo [1997]
Box 27 Folder 61: Hobby, Wilbur [1975]
Box 27 Folder 62: Hodgeson, Melissa [1976]
Box 27 Folder 63: Hodge Taylor Associates, Inc. [1982]
Box 27 Folder 64: Hodgetts, Richard [1982]
Box 27 Folder 65: Hoellering, Michael [1982]
Box 27 Folder 66: Hofeld, Al [1994]
Box 27 Folder 67: Hoglund, Rev. William [1993]
Box 27 Folder 68: Holbert, Cassandra [1982]
Box 27 Folder 69: Holleran, Susan [1973]
Box 27 Folder 70: Holliday, Linda [1982]
Box 27 Folder 71: Holmes, Oliver [1984]
Box 27 Folder 72: Holtzman, Sam [1993]
Box 28 Folder 1: Hooman, Lee [1979]
Box 28 Folder 2: Horn, Don [1975]
Box 28 Folder 3: Horowitz, JoAnn [1977, n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 4: Houghton, Mary [1982]
Box 28 Folder 5: Houston, Edna [1979]
Box 28 Folder 6: Houston, Ever [1994]
Box 28 Folder 7: Houston, Peggy [1979-1980]
Box 28 Folder 8: Houston, Otto T. [1998]
Box 28 Folder 9: Howe, Louise [1973]
Box 28 Folder 10: Hubbard, Arnette [1980-1984]
Box 28 Folder 11: Hubbard, Harry [1982]
Box 28 Folder 12: Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence [1976]
Box 28 Folder 13: Hufstedler, Shirley [1980]
Box 28 Folder 14: Hughes, Eugene [1983]
Box 28 Folder 15: Hughes, Harold [1972]
Box 28 Folder 16: Hughes, Lyn [1998]
Box 28 Folder 17: Hughes, Pauline [1994]
Box 28 Folder 18: Hull, Irene [1976]
Box 28 Folder 19: Hummel, Leonore [1978]
Box 28 Folder 20: Hunter, Fannie [1976]
Box 28 Folder 21: Hurd, James [1976]
Box 28 Folder 22: Hurt, N. Franklin [1976]
Box 28 Folder 23: Hurth(?), James [1985]
Box 28 Folder 24: Husfloen, Richard [1977]
Box 28 Folder 25: Hutar, Patricia [1980] (see also Box 69)
Box 28 Folder 26: Hutchins, Arnette [1993]
Box 28 Folder 27: Hutchinson, Betty [1980-1984]
Box 28 Folder 28: Huttig, Jack [1979]
Box 28 Folder 29: Iddings, Ethel [1977]
Box 28 Folder 30: IF [c. 1972-1976]
Box 28 Folder 31: International Christian Women’s Fellowship [1977-1978]
Box 28 Folder 32: Ipema, William [1993]
Box 28 Folder 33: Irons, Sandra [1976]
Box 28 Folder 34: Jack, Rutha [1983]
Box 28 Folder 35: Jackson, Darrell [1997]
Box 28 Folder 36: Jackson, Everett [1986]
Box 28 Folder 37: Jackson, Rev. Jesse [1973-1974]
Box 28 Folder 38: Jackson, Jr. Jesse [1999]
Box 28 Folder 39: Jackson, III, John [1980]
Box 28 Folder 40: Jackson, Ruby [1990]
Box 28 Folder 41: Jacobs, Burns, Sugarman & Orlove [1978-1983] (see also Box 69)
Box 28 Folder 42: Jacobs, Gahan [1985]
Box 28 Folder 43: Jacobson, Carolyn [1977-1979]
Box 28 Folder 44: Jaicks, Frederick [1980]
Box 28 Folder 45: James, Carrie [1979]
Box 28 Folder 46: James, Earnest [1976]
Box 28 Folder 47: Jan [1996]
Box 28 Folder 48: Janis, Barbara [1975]
Box 28 Folder 49: January, Jerald and Family [1996-1998, n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 50: Jarrett, Jr., Rev. Nathaniel [1985]
Box 28 Folder 51: Jasculca, Richard [1981]
Box 28 Folder 52: Jean [1978]
Box 28 Folder 53: Jefferson, Frances [1984]
Box 28 Folder 54: Jefferson, Nancy [1982]
Box 28 Folder 55: Jeffrey, Mildred [1975-1983]
Box 28 Folder 56: Jennings, Paul [1974]
Box 28 Folder 57: Jewel, Charles Crutchfield [1980]
Box 28 Folder 58: Johns, Margo [1980]
Box 28 Folder 59: Johnson, Al [1995]
Box 28 Folder 60: Johnson, Bob [1980] (see also Box 69)
Box 28 Folder 61: Johnson, Curtis [1980-1981]
Box 28 Folder 62: Johnson, Jr., C.W. [1980]
Box 28 Folder 63: Johnson, Delores [1967]
Box 28 Folder 64: Johnson, Evangeline [1979]
Box 28 Folder 65: Johnson, George [1979]
Box 28 Folder 66: Johnson, Gloria [1973-1996] (see also Box 69)
Box 28 Folder 67: Johnson, Rev. Jack [1981]
Box 28 Folder 68: Johnson, James [1980]
Box 28 Folder 69: Johnson, John H. [1980-1985] (see also Box 69)
Box 28 Folder 70: Johnson, Louise [1982]
Box 28 Folder 71: Johnson, Marlene [1983]
Box 28 Folder 72: Johnson, Mary C. [1981]
Box 28 Folder 73: Johnson, Mary S. [1985]
Box 28 Folder 74: Johnson, Paul [1978]
Box 28 Folder 75: Johnson, Robert L. [1983]
Box 28 Folder 76: Johnson, VaContess [n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 77: Johnson, Virginia [1981]
Box 29 Folder 1: Johnston, Rita [1976]
Box 29 Folder 2: Johnston Robert [1973]
Box 29 Folder 3: Johnstone, Nancy [1983]
Box 29 Folder 4: Jones, Donald [1981-1984] (see also Box 69)
Box 29 Folder 5: Jones, Dorothy [1976]
Box 29 Folder 6: Jones, Helen [1978-1992]
Box 29 Folder 7: Jones, Lady Yvonne [1997]
Box 29 Folder 8: Jones, Nancy [1992]
Box 29 Folder 9: Jones, Rev. Steve [1995, n.d.]
Box 29 Folder 10: Jones, Tim [1998]
Box 29 Folder 11: Jones, W. Landis [1977]
Box 29 Folder 12: Jordan, Ruth [1977]
Box 29 Folder 13: Joseph, James [1974]
Box 29 Folder 14: Joyce D. Miller Testimonial Dinner Dance Committee [1981]
Box 29 Folder 15: Justice, Norman [1980]
Box 29 Folder 16: Kahn, Albert [1979]
Box 29 Folder 17: Kahn, Geri [1982]
Box 29 Folder 18: Kailin, John [1969]
Box 29 Folder 19: Kalke, David [1979]
Box 29 Folder 20: Kaminski, Lois [1983]
Box 29 Folder 21: Kaminsky, Phyllis [1982] (see also Box 69)
Box 29 Folder 22: Kampf, Georgia [1980]
Box 29 Folder 23: Kaplan, Richard [1977]
Box 29 Folder 24: Kapsalis, Thomas [1982]
Box 29 Folder 25: Katschke, Richard [1984]
Box 29 Folder 26: Kealey, Diana [1984]
Box 29 Folder 27: Kehler, Randy [1982-1983]
Box 29 Folder 28: Kehoe, Mary [1980]
Box 29 Folder 29: Kelber, Harry [1978-1980]
Box 29 Folder 30: Kelber, Mim [1979]
Box 29 Folder 31: Keller, Lawrence [1969-1980]
Box 29 Folder 32: Kelly, Gloria [1983]
Box 29 Folder 33: Kelly, Suzanne [n.d.]
Box 29 Folder 34: Kendahl, Jacquelyn [1985]
Box 29 Folder 35: Kemp, Maida [1971-1984]
Box 29 Folder 36: Kennedy, Sen. Edward [1982-1986]
Box 29 Folder 37: Kennedy for President Committee [1980]
Box 29 Folder 38: Kennedy, Joyce Lain [1979]
Box 29 Folder 39: Kennedy, Ola [1973]
Box 29 Folder 40: Kenney, Jim and Cutto(?) [1999]
Box 29 Folder 41: Kern, Willa [1981-1983]
Box 29 Folder 42: Kerner, Gov. Otto [1967]
Box 29 Folder 43: Kersey, La Rita [1980]
Box 29 Folder 44: Killings, Toni [1983]
Box 29 Folder 45: Kim, Marlene [1984]
Box 29 Folder 46: King, Coretta Scott [1981-1997] (see also Box 69)
Box 29 Folder 47: King, Irving [1975-1994]
Box 29 Folder 48: King, III, Martin L. [1986]
Box 29 Folder 49: King, Nellie [1983]
Box 29 Folder 50: King, Jr., Paul [1976]
Box 29 Folder 51: King, Ruth [1981]
Box 29 Folder 52: Kirby, Alice [1976]
Box 29 Folder 53: Kirchner, Mary [1977]
Box 29 Folder 54: Kirkland, Gwendolyn [1994-1995]
Box 29 Folder 55: Kissner, Jan [1997]
Box 29 Folder 56: Kirkwood, Shirley [1979]
Box 29 Folder 57: Klabunde, Hyla [1976-1977]
Box 29 Folder 58: Klarberg, Richard [1976]
Box 29 Folder 59: Klein, Roberta [1977]
Box 29 Folder 60: Klejment, Anne [1982]
Box 29 Folder 61: Kluth, Brian [1995]
Box 29 Folder 62: Knezevich, Steven [1984]
Box 29 Folder 63: Knight, Ruth [1979]
Box 29 Folder 64: Knight, Russell [1966-1989]
Box 29 Folder 65: Knox, Mabel [n.d.]
Box 29 Folder 66: Kolar, Brooke [1977]
Box 29 Folder 67: Komer, Odessa [1980-1983]
Box 29 Folder 68: Koole, Florine [1976]
Box 29 Folder 69: Koonce, Lee [1998]
Box 29 Folder 70: Kopelov, Connie [1982]
Box 29 Folder 71: Kornbluh, Joyce [1976]
Box 29 Folder 72: Kottra, Pete [1991]
Box 29 Folder 73: Koutris, Georgia [1976]
Box 30 Folder 1: Kraeden, Mona [1981-1986] (see also Box 69)
Box 30 Folder 2: Kuhlmann, Margaret [1994]
Box 30 Folder 3: Kullberg, Duane [1986]
Box 30 Folder 4: Kump, Larry [1982-1983]
Box 30 Folder 5: Kuntz, Sandra [1976]
Box 30 Folder 6: Kupcinet, Irv [1977]
Box 30 Folder 7: Kushner, Sylvia [1979]
Box 30 Folder 8: Kushta, Nicholas [1981]
Box 30 Folder 9: Kyle, Jr., Rev. Charles [1981]
Box 30 Folder 10: Lachman, M. Leanne [1982]
Box 30 Folder 11: Lackey, Dorothy [1979]
Box 30 Folder 12: Lacy, Suzanne [1993]
Box 30 Folder 13: LaHarry, Norman [1980]
Box 30 Folder 14: Lamar, Canary [1980]
Box 30 Folder 15: Landau, Deborah [1983]
Box 30 Folder 16: Lane, Harold [1978]
Box 30 Folder 17: Langenberg, Donald [1985]
Box 30 Folder 18: Langford, Ald. Anna [1980]
Box 30 Folder 19: Latimer, Carl [1979-1983]
Box 30 Folder 20: Lawrence, Annie [1976]
Box 30 Folder 21: Lawson, Louise [1978-1979]
Box 30 Folder 22: Lawson, Mary [1981]
Box 30 Folder 23: Layne, Lucy [1979]
Box 30 Folder 24: The Leamington Hotel [1983]
Box 30 Folder 25: LeBeau, Josephine [1998]
Box 30 Folder 26: Lee, John [1974]
Box 30 Folder 27: Lee, Kermit [1976-1984]
Box 30 Folder 28: Lee, Ora [1984]
Box 30 Folder 29: Lehman, Pat [n.d.]
Box 30 Folder 30: Leigh, Sherren [2000]
Box 30 Folder 31: Lenia-Stewart, Ida [1983]
Box 30 Folder 32: Lenoir, Denitra [1990]
Box 30 Folder 33: Lerner, Gerda [1991]
Box 30 Folder 34: Levin, Jonathan [1984]
Box 30 Folder 35: Levy, Peter [1998]
Box 30 Folder 36: Lewis, Betty [1976-1986]
Box 30 Folder 37: Lewis, Beulah [1988]
Box 30 Folder 38: Lewis, Charlene [1981]
Box 30 Folder 39: Lewis, Cordelia [1981]
Box 30 Folder 40: Lewis, Edna [1985]
Box 30 Folder 41: Lewis, James [1981-1982]
Box 30 Folder 42: Lewis, Lydia [1980]
Box 30 Folder 43: Lewis, Ronald [1990]
Box 30 Folder 44: Lichtman, Judith [1982-1984] (see also Box 70)
Box 30 Folder 45: Lindmark, Carol [1981]
Box 30 Folder 46: Lindo, H. Millicent [1990]
Box 30 Folder 47: Linford, Alton A. [1968]
Box 30 Folder 48: Lingo-Belle, Paula [1979]
Box 30 Folder 49: Linyard, Richard [1974-1990]
Box 30 Folder 50: Linebaugh, Beth [1973]
Box 30 Folder 51: Lipshires, Joann [1982-1983]
Box 30 Folder 52: Little, Gertrude [1980]
Box 30 Folder 53: Lloyd, Larry [1989]
Box 30 Folder 54: Lockett, Arlea [1980]
Box 30 Folder 55: Lockett, Myrl [1979-1982]
Box 30 Folder 56: Logan, Frank [1981]
Box 30 Folder 57: Logan, Sara [1984]
Box 30 Folder 58: Logan, Sarah [1984]
Box 30 Folder 59: Lomax, Barbara [1984]
Box 30 Folder 60: Longaberger, David [1983] (see also Box 70)
Box 30 Folder 61: Long, Evelyn [1983]
Box 30 Folder 62: Longino, Virginia [1981]
Box 30 Folder 63: Lopatra, Helena [1968]
Box 30 Folder 64: Lopez, Irene [1981]
Box 30 Folder 65: Loring, Emilie [1973]
Box 30 Folder 66: Loundy, Mason [1985-1994]
Box 30 Folder 67: Lourdes, Mary [1981]
Box 30 Folder 68: Love, Rev. Albert [1984]
Box 30 Folder 69: Love, Bruce [1983]
Box 30 Folder 70: Love, Ruth [1982]
Box 30 Folder 71: Lowry, Claude [1984]
Box 30 Folder 72: Lowry, James [1983]
Box 30 Folder 73: Lucas, Bob [1988]
Box 30 Folder 74: Lucy, William [1983-1984]
Box 30 Folder 75: Ludwig, Dorene [1989]
Box 30 Folder 76: Luechauer, Helyn [1979]
Box 30 Folder 77: Luella and Thornton [1998]
Box 30 Folder 78: Lukey, Joann [1976]
Box 30 Folder 79: Luqman, V. Habibah [1981]
Box 31 Folder 1: Lynch, Daisy [1982]
Box 31 Folder 2: Lynch, Leon [1980]
Box 31 Folder 3: Lyons, Robert [1984]
Box 31 Folder 4: MacDowell, Michael [1977]
Box 31 Folder 5: Madar, Olga [1972-1986]
Box 31 Folder 6: Madison, Jimmy [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 7: Makeechak, Barbara [1984]
Box 31 Folder 8: Mallory, Deborah [1990]
Box 31 Folder 9: Malone, Janet [1979]
Box 31 Folder 10: Malone, Ora [1973]
Box 31 Folder 11: Mann, Barbara [1976]
Box 31 Folder 12: Mann, James [1993]
Box 31 Folder 13: Mann, Jr., Joseph [1985]
Box 31 Folder 14: Mann, Robert [1977]
Box 31 Folder 15: Manning, Mary [1972]
Box 31 Folder 16: Manns, Adrienne [1981]
Box 31 Folder 17: Marilyn and Mark [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 18: Marion [1983]
Box 31 Folder 19: Markowitch, Anne [1984]
Box 31 Folder 20: Marks, Chester [1976]
Box 31 Folder 21: Marks, Janet [1978]
Box 31 Folder 22: Marshall, William [1976-1980]
Box 31 Folder 23: Martin, Rev. B. Herbert [1988-1990]
Box 31 Folder 24: Martin, Gwen [1978-1982] (see also Box 70)
Box 31 Folder 25: Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph [1974]
Box 31 Folder 26: Martin, Louis [1980-1981]
Box 31 Folder 27: Martin, Patricia [1976]
Box 31 Folder 28: Marx, Rabbi Robert [1979-1995]
Box 31 Folder 29: Masri, Rev. Fouad [1993]
Box 31 Folder 30: Massoni, Gary, Betty and Gina [1973]
Box 31 Folder 31: Mathis, Patricia [1980]
Box 31 Folder 32: Matles, James [1974]
Box 31 Folder 33: Mattie, Aunt [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 34: Maultsby, Vertile [1975]
Box 31 Folder 35: Mautner, Helen [1976]
Box 31 Folder 36: Mayer, E. [1980]
Box 31 Folder 37: Maymia, Carmen [1975]
Box 31 Folder 38: Mays, Cleo [1977]
Box 31 Folder 39: McAlpin, Shirley [1983]
Box 31 Folder 40: McAlpine, Cory [1979]
Box 31 Folder 41: McCabe, Bella [1979]
Box 31 Folder 42: McCain, Victor [1975]
Box 31 Folder 43: McCallum, Sonia [1973]
Box 31 Folder 44: McCarty, Melba [1993]
Box 31 Folder 45: McClintock, Pat [1981]
Box 31 Folder 46: McClure, Loretta [1980]
Box 31 Folder 47: McCray, Gwendolyn [1997]
Box 31 Folder 48: McDermott, John [1973-1979]
Box 31 Folder 49: McDonald, Alice [1985]
Box 31 Folder 50: McDonald, Velma [1984]
Box 31 Folder 51: McEntee, Gerald(?) [1983]
Box 31 Folder 52: McGovern, Sen. George [1978]
Box 31 Folder 53: McGowan, Annie [1996]
Box 31 Folder 54: McGrath, Kay [1978]
Box 31 Folder 55: McGraw, James [1980]
Box 31 Folder 56: McGregory, Darthula [1980]
Box 31 Folder 57: McGuire, Cyril [1981-1982]
Box 31 Folder 58: McIntyre, Estella [1979]
Box 31 Folder 59: McIntyre, Robert [1984]
Box 31 Folder 60: McKeown, Cindy [1985]
Box 31 Folder 61: McKinty, Beth [1978]
Box 31 Folder 62: McMahon, Gerald [1975]
Box 31 Folder 63: McMahon, June [1981]
Box 31 Folder 64: McMickle, Marthetta [1976]
Box 31 Folder 65: McPike, James [1978]
Box 31 Folder 66: McPike, Liz [1976]
Box 31 Folder 67: Meachem, Norma [1973]
Box 31 Folder 68: Mealey, Margaret [1978]
Box 31 Folder 69: Melton, Mildred [1979]
Box 31 Folder 70: Mendelson, Johanna [1983]
Box 31 Folder 71: Mercier, Ann [1980]
Box 31 Folder 72: Merrill, Barbara [1978]
Box 31 Folder 73: Merrill, Marilyn [1977]
Box 31 Folder 74: Metcalfe, Ralph [1975-1978]
Box 32 Folder 1: Michaels, Beryl [1988]
Box 32 Folder 2: Mickens, Ann [1981]
Box 32 Folder 3: Midway Airlines [1982]
Box 32 Folder 4: Mikulski, Barbara [1977] (see also Box 70)
Box 32 Folder 5: Miles, Denise [1993]
Box 32 Folder 6: Miles, Vicki Lynn [1980]
Box 32 Folder 7: Miller, A. Edward [1977]
Box 32 Folder 8: Miller, Don [1983]
Box 32 Folder 9: Miller, Joyce [1985]
Box 32 Folder 10: Miller, Pauline [1983-1984]
Box 32 Folder 11: Miller, Sita [1983]
Box 32 Folder 12: Miller, Willie [1981]
Box 32 Folder 13: Miller-Jones, Barbara [1997]
Box 32 Folder 14: Mills, Richard [2003]
Box 32 Folder 15: Millsap, Betty [1985]
Box 32 Folder 16: Minor, Jessica [1978]
Box 32 Folder 17: Mitchell, Charlene [1983]
Box 32 Folder 18: Mobley, Donna [1979]
Box 32 Folder 19: Mondale, Walter [1981-1982]
Box 32 Folder 20: Mont, Frank [1979]
Box 32 Folder 21: Montgomery, Deb [1994]
Box 32 Folder 22: Montgomery, James [1978]
Box 32 Folder 23: Montoni, Hope [1982]
Box 32 Folder 24: Moore, Jr., Andrew [1993]
Box 32 Folder 25: Moore, Evelyn [1981]
Box 32 Folder 26: Moore, Robert [1979]
Box 32 Folder 27: Moore, Rosa [1980]
Box 32 Folder 28: Moore, Virgie [1983]
Box 32 Folder 29: Moorehead, Cleo [1979]
Box 32 Folder 30: Mordine, Shirley [1992-1995]
Box 32 Folder 31: Moremen, Grace [1977]
Box 32 Folder 32: Morgan, Doris [1976]
Box 32 Folder 33: Morgan, M.H. and Eloise [1980]
Box 32 Folder 34: Morgan, Mary [1976]
Box 32 Folder 35: Morgan, W.H. [1981]
Box 32 Folder 36: Morial, Ernest [1982]
Box 32 Folder 37: Moro, Barbara [1976]
Box 32 Folder 38: Morris, E.J., Vera and Lucille [1981]
Box 32 Folder 39: Morris, Emma [1994-1995]
Box 32 Folder 40: Morris-Crawford, Pam [1997]
Box 32 Folder 41: Morrisett, Mary [1981]
Box 32 Folder 42: Morrissette [1978]
Box 32 Folder 43: Morrison, Elma [1982]
Box 32 Folder 44: Moynihan, Sen. Daniel [1981]
Box 32 Folder 45: Muhammad A’ishah [1997]
Box 32 Folder 46: Muhammad, Claudette [1994]
Box 32 Folder 47: Muhammad, Ishmael [1995-1999]
Box 32 Folder 48: Muhammad, Leonard [1990]
Box 32 Folder 49: Muhammad, Mahdi Islam [1995]
Box 32 Folder 50: Muhammad, Shirley [1983]
Box 32 Folder 51: Mujtabaa, Rasheedah [1983]
Box 32 Folder 52: Mulligan, Christine [1979-1980]
Box 32 Folder 53: Murdock, Eleanor [1985]
Box 32 Folder 54: Murphy, Bernie [1976]
Box 32 Folder 55: Murphy, Jean [1980]
Box 32 Folder 56: Murray, Linda [1979]
Box 32 Folder 57: Myles, Elaine [1976]
Box 32 Folder 58: National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians (NABET) [1984]
Box 32 Folder 59: Napolean, Dorothea [2003]
Box 32 Folder 60: National Research Council [1980]
Box 32 Folder 61: Naylor, Margaret [1975]
Box 32 Folder 62: Neal, Brenda [1984]
Box 32 Folder 63: Neal, Deborah [1975]
Box 32 Folder 64: Neal, Earl [1971]
Box 32 Folder 65: Neal, Landis [1983-1984]
Box 32 Folder 66: Needleman, Ruth [1982]
Box 32 Folder 67: Neffke, Jan [1980]
Box 32 Folder 68: Nelson, Debra [1991]
Box 32 Folder 69: Nelon, Janie [1983-1984]
Box 32 Folder 70: Nelson, Karen [1981]
Box 32 Folder 71: Nelson, Pamela [1980-1982]
Box 32 Folder 72: Nettles, Rev. John S. [1981]
Box 32 Folder 73: Newby, David [1982-1984]
Box 32 Folder 74: Newell, Robin [1997]
Box 32 Folder 75: Newhouse, Sen. Richard [1972-1979]
Box 32 Folder 76: Newman, Sanford [1982]
Box 32 Folder 77: Newman, Winn [1979-1982]
Box 32 Folder 78: Nieto, Consuelo [1977]
Box 32 Folder 79: Niles, Marie [1978]
Box 32 Folder 80: Nipson, Herbert [1980]
Box 32 Folder 81: Nixon, Debra [1982]
Box 32 Folder 82: Nobles, Carrie [1981]
Box 32 Folder 83: Nolan, William [1983]
Box 32 Folder 84: Noller, Ruth [1979]
Box 32 Folder 85: Nordstrom, Marie [1971]
Box 32 Folder 86: Norman, Herman [1982]
Box 32 Folder 87: Norment, Lynn [1983]
Box 32 Folder 88: North, Carol Ann [1977]
Box 32 Folder 89: Norton, Eleanor Holmes [1977-1980]
Box 33 Folder 1: Novak, Sheri [1979]
Box 33 Folder 2: Novick, Lee [1979-1981]
Box 33 Folder 3: Nussbaum, Karen [1983-2000]
Box 33 Folder 4: Oakar, Rep. Mary Rose [1982]
Box 33 Folder 5: O’Connell, Donald [1998-1999]
Box 33 Folder 6: O’Connor, Patrick [1978]
Box 33 Folder 7: Odle, Ann [1978]
Box 33 Folder 8: O’Hare, George [1995]
Box 33 Folder 9: O’Keefe, Sam [1998]
Box 33 Folder 10: Oldham, Betty [1978]
Box 33 Folder 11: O’Neal, Frederick [1982] (see also Box 71)
Box 33 Folder 12: O’Neill, Lois Decker [1979]
Box 33 Folder 13: Onyeali, Barbara [1992]
Box 33 Folder 14: O’Patik, Karen [1982]
Box 33 Folder 15: Opel, John [1983]
Box 33 Folder 16: Ordower, Myrna [1984-1995]
Box 33 Folder 17: Ordower, Sid [1983-1997]
Box 33 Folder 18: Organizing Committee for Federation for Progress [1982]
Box 33 Folder 19: Orr, David [1993]
Box 33 Folder 20: Osborn, Walter [1988]
Box 33 Folder 21: Owens, Hoyett [1995]
Box 33 Folder 22: Padia, Anna [1998]
Box 33 Folder 23: Painter, Nell Irvin [1977]
Box 33 Folder 24: Palmer, Sen. Alice [1992-1995]
Box 33 Folder 25: Palmer, Jorja [1982]
Box 33 Folder 26: Parker, Judy [1978]
Box 33 Folder 27: Parker, Lenore [1982]
Box 33 Folder 28: Parker, Sharon [1980-1981]
Box 33 Folder 29: Parkland College [1980]
Box 33 Folder 30: Parks, Susie [1980]
Box 33 Folder 31: Parmer, Carolyn [1974]
Box 33 Folder 32: Parson, Carol [1981]
Box 33 Folder 33: Partee, State Sen. Cecil [1975-1979]
Box 33 Folder 34: Pascale, David [1979]
Box 33 Folder 35: Pathma [1976]
Box 33 Folder 36: Patterson, Cathy and Ross [c. 1996]
Box 33 Folder 37: Patterson, Cheryl [1975]
Box 33 Folder 38: Patterson, Marie [1976]
Box 33 Folder 39: Patrinos, Sondra [1977]
Box 33 Folder 40: Paul, Vera [1978]
Box 33 Folder 41: Paulson, Gladys [1977]
Box 33 Folder 42: Payne, Ethel [1976-1985]
Box 33 Folder 43: Payne, James [1976]
Box 33 Folder 44: Payne, Jessye [1979]
Box 33 Folder 45: Peace, Gloria [1991]
Box 33 Folder 46: Peaks, Juanita [1990]
Box 33 Folder 47: Pearce, Calvin [1993]
Box 33 Folder 48: Pease, Joan [1978-1982]
Box 33 Folder 49: Peeler, Cecilia [1997]
Box 33 Folder 50: Peete, Annette [1997]
Box 33 Folder 51: Pennick, Aurie [1993]
Box 33 Folder 52: Percikow, Henri [1982]
Box 33 Folder 53: Percy, Sen. Charles [1974-1979]
Box 33 Folder 54: Perkins, Julia [1997]
Box 33 Folder 55: Perry, Mildred [1982] (see also Box 71)
Box 33 Folder 56: Peters, Gwendolyn [1976]
Box 33 Folder 57: Peterson, Charlotte [1976]
Box 33 Folder 58: Peterson. Esther [1968-1980]
Box 33 Folder 59: Peterson, Jan [1982]
Box 33 Folder 60: Peterson, Mary [1982]
Box 33 Folder 61: Pettis, Andrew [1980]
Box 33 Folder 62: Peugh, Karen [1979]
Box 33 Folder 63: Phillips, Maurice [1979]
Box 33 Folder 64: Picketty, Shirley [1981]
Box 33 Folder 65: Pigoni, Dino [1997]
Box 33 Folder 66: Plank, Betsy [1982] (see also Box 71)
Box 33 Folder 67: Plumb, Richard [1984] (see also Box 71)
Box 33 Folder 68: Plunkett, E.R. [1976]
Box 33 Folder 69: Poad, Clair [1984]
Box 33 Folder 70: Poethig, Richard [1973]
Box 33 Folder 71: Polach, Jerry [1989]
Box 33 Folder 72: Pope-Levison, Priscilla [1992]
Box 33 Folder 73: Porter, Portia [1981]
Box 33 Folder 74: Porter, S. [1982]
Box 33 Folder 75: Portman, Lisa [1984]
Box 33 Folder 76: Poston, Ersa [1978]
Box 33 Folder 77: Poston, Gretchen [1980]
Box 33 Folder 78: Potts, Helen [1979]
Box 33 Folder 79: Pounian, Charles [1976]
Box 33 Folder 80: Powell, Gail [1980]
Box 33 Folder 81: Powell, Joseph [1983]
Box 33 Folder 82: Powell, Lois [1979]
Box 33 Folder 83: Prather, Jeffrey [1999-2003]
Box 33 Folder 84: Price, Charles [1979]
Box 33 Folder 85: Price, Yvonne [1978]
Box 33 Folder 86: Prince, Judith [1973]
Box 33 Folder 87: Pritchett, Karla [1988]
Box 33 Folder 88: Prochotska, Maggie [1982] (see also Box 71)
Box 33 Folder 89: Proctor, Barbara [1978-1981]
Box 33 Folder 90: Pryor, D. [1997]
Box 34 Folder 1: Pucinski, Aurelia [1993-1995]
Box 34 Folder 2: Puente, Sarah [1982]
Box 34 Folder 3: Pullin, Ouida [1979]
Box 34 Folder 4: Quattlebaum, Judith [1979]
Box 34 Folder 5: Quinn, Jeanne [1982]
Box 34 Folder 6: Rachel [n.d.]
Box 34 Folder 7: Rachlin, Marjorie [1977]
Box 34 Folder 8: Ragland, Albert [1976]
Box 34 Folder 9: Raines, Jimmie [1983]
Box 34 Folder 10: Rainwater, Peggy [1977-1978]
Box 34 Folder 11: Rapone, Anita [1984]
Box 34 Folder 12: Rasmussen, Linda [n.d.]
Box 34 Folder 13: Rassbuch, Elsa [1983]
Box 34 Folder 14: Rather, Earnest [1977]
Box 34 Folder 15: Ratner, Hedy [1974-1994]
Box 34 Folder 16: Rauh, Steven [1982]
Box 34 Folder 17: Ray, Scottie [1975]
Box 34 Folder 18: Rayford, Brenda [1992]
Box 34 Folder 19: Rayner, Jr., A.A. (Sammie) [1982]
Box 34 Folder 20: Reed, Carolyn [1982]
Box 34 Folder 21: Reed, Jr., Clevon [1972]
Box 34 Folder 22: Reed, Debra [1984]
Box 34 Folder 23: Reed, Gladys [1986]
Box 34 Folder 24: Reed, Vincent [1984]
Box 34 Folder 25: Rehmann, Mary [1982-1984]
Box 34 Folder 26: Reid, Loretta [1972]
Box 34 Folder 27: Reinhofer, Wanda [1975]
Box 34 Folder 28: Reiser, Robert [1983]
Box 34 Folder 29: Revitte, John [1978]
Box 34 Folder 30: Rhinehart, Vernon [1985-1994]
Box 34 Folder 31: Rhome, Frances [1976]
Box 34 Folder 32: Rice, Yvonne [1978]
Box 34 Folder 33: Rich, Evelyn [1974]
Box 34 Folder 34: Rich, Lynette [1981]
Box 34 Folder 35: Rich, Robin [1980]
Box 34 Folder 36: Richardson, Barbara [1976]
Box 34 Folder 37: Richardson, Rev. Ceola [1988]
Box 34 Folder 38: Richardson, Ted [1996]
Box 34 Folder 39: Richter, Barry [1976-1985]
Box 34 Folder 40: Ricks, Betty [1983]
Box 34 Folder 41: Ridgway, Janet [1980]
Box 34 Folder 42: Ridings, Dorothy [1983]
Box 34 Folder 43: Ridley, Carol [1993]
Box 34 Folder 44: Riehm, Doris [1981]
Box 34 Folder 45: Riley, Negail [1968]
Box 34 Folder 46: Riley, Rebecca [1994]
Box 34 Folder 47: Rink, Susan [1978]
Box 34 Folder 48: Rittenhouse, William [1981]
Box 34 Folder 49: Rivers, Dorothy [1976-1977]
Box 34 Folder 50: Rives, Sandra [1977]
Box 34 Folder 51: Roberta [1997]
Box 34 Folder 52: Roberts, B.J. [1968]
Box 34 Folder 53: Roberts, Barbara [1977, n.d.]
Box 34 Folder 54: Roberts, Billye [1977]
Box 34 Folder 55: Roberts, Dorothy [1984]
Box 34 Folder 56: Robertson, Bettye [1982]
Box 34 Folder 57: Robertson, Donald [1981]
Box 34 Folder 58: Robichaux, Jolyn [1977]
Box 34 Folder 59: Robinson, Gwendolyn [1980-2001]
Box 34 Folder 60: Robinson, Kitty Kidd [1978-1980]
Box 34 Folder 61: Robinson, Marge [1983-1984]
Box 34 Folder 62: Robinson, Mary [1979]
Box 34 Folder 63: Robinson, Renault [1976]
Box 34 Folder 64: Rock, Diana [1983]
Box 34 Folder 65: Rodgers, Alma [1973]
Box 34 Folder 66: Rodgers, Rod [1981]
Box 34 Folder 67: Rodriguez, Elisa [1979]
Box 34 Folder 68: Rodriguez, Jesus [1996-1999]
Box 34 Folder 69: Roe, David [1975-1983]
Box 34 Folder 70: Rolark, Wilhemina [1982]
Box 34 Folder 71: Romanelli, Elaine [1976]
Box 34 Folder 72: Roosevelt, Eleanor [1962]
Box 34 Folder 73: Rosales, Arabel [1993]
Box 34 Folder 74: Rose, Gussie [1976]
Box 34 Folder 75: Rosen, Louis [1995]
Box 34 Folder 76: Roth, David [1984]
Box 34 Folder 77: Roth, Norman [1979]
Box 34 Folder 78: Rotondaro, Ruben [1980]
Box 34 Folder 79: Rouse, Rev. Michael [1996]
Box 34 Folder 80: Rowes, Barbara [1975]
Box 34 Folder 81: Rowland, Andrew [1979]
Box 35 Folder 1: Ruff, Jackie [1981]
Box 35 Folder 2: Ruetenik, Sammy [1982]
Box 35 Folder 3: Rush, Bobby [1997-1998]
Box 35 Folder 4: Russell, Norman E. [1976]
Box 35 Folder 5: Ryan, George H. [1997]
Box 35 Folder 6: Ryan, Jim [1998]
Box 35 Folder 7: Ryan, Laura Lynn [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 8: Sadlowski, Edward [1975]
Box 35 Folder 9: Saint Xavier College [1983]
Box 35 Folder 10: Salberg, Bob [1976-1982]
Box 35 Folder 11: Samis, Iona [1978]
Box 35 Folder 12: Sanders, Charles [1977-1982]
Box 35 Folder 13: Sanders, Cleo [1978]
Box 35 Folder 14: Sanders, Herbert [1993]
Box 35 Folder 15: Sanders, Melvyne [1985]
Box 35 Folder 16: Sandifer-Huff, Ernie [1987]
Box 35 Folder 17: Sangster, Verley [1989]
Box 35 Folder 18: Santos, Miriam [1995]
Box 35 Folder 19: Saries, Gretchen [1979]
Box 35 Folder 20: Sarver, Deborah [1978]
Box 35 Folder 21: Sasaki, Ruth [1980]
Box 35 Folder 22: Saunders, Lena [1983] (see also Box 72)
Box 35 Folder 23: Saunier, Anne [1978]
Box 35 Folder 24: Savage, Barbara [1981]
Box 35 Folder 25: Savage, Gus [1984-1987]
Box 35 Folder 26: Sawyer, Eugene [1981-1998]
Box 35 Folder 27: Sawyer, Nancy [1983]
Box 35 Folder 28: Sawyer, Shirley [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 29: Scalise-Edwards, Mary [1977]
Box 35 Folder 30: Scates, Robert H. [1998]
Box 35 Folder 31: Schad, Jackie [1980]
Box 35 Folder 32: Schade, Edna [1983-2001]
Box 35 Folder 33: Schanette, Jennie [1979]
Box 35 Folder 34: Schlosberg, Lester [1982]
Box 35 Folder 35: Schmidt [1997-1998]
Box 35 Folder 36: Schmitt, John [1973-1974]
Box 35 Folder 37: Schneider, Mary [1982]
Box 35 Folder 38: Schoonover, Jean [1980]
Box 35 Folder 39: Schopp, George [1982]
Box 35 Folder 40: Schroeder, Kathryn [1984] (see also Box 72)
Box 35 Folder 41: Schroeder, Patricia [1984]
Box 35 Folder 42: Scott, Gloria Randle (Wingspread Conference on Black Women) [1978-1985]
Box 35 Folder 43: Scott, Marilyn [1973 or 1993]
Box 35 Folder 44: Seals, Connie [1977-1982]
Box 35 Folder 45: Seeley, Dorothy [1983-1984]
Box 35 Folder 46: Seng, Ann [1982-1985]
Box 35 Folder 47: Sewell, Richard [1982]
Box 35 Folder 48: Shaffner, Pat [1983]
Box 35 Folder 49: Shakoor, Bambade [1987]
Box 35 Folder 50: Shanahan, Kathleen [1977]
Box 35 Folder 51: Shanklin, Edward [1981]
Box 35 Folder 52: Sharp, Rev. Donald [1998]
Box 35 Folder 53: Sharp, Sharon [1982]
Box 35 Folder 54: Shaughnessy, John [1984]
Box 35 Folder 55: Shavlik, Donna [1985]
Box 35 Folder 56: Shelton, Richard [1977]
Box 35 Folder 57: Shepps, R. Ronald [1981]
Box 35 Folder 58: Sherman, Lawrence [1981]
Box 35 Folder 59: Sherry, Paul H. [1984]
Box 36 Folder 1: Shields, Sandra [1980]
Box 36 Folder 2: Shier, Carl [1976-1979]
Box 36 Folder 3: Shiller, Helen [1980]
Box 36 Folder 4: Shipp, Susanna [1982] (see also Box 72)
Box 36 Folder 5: Shriver, Sargent [1975-1980]
Box 36 Folder 6: Shupakevitz, Lazar [1975]
Box 36 Folder 7: Sibal [1978]
Box 36 Folder 8: Silk, Paul [1990]
Box 36 Folder 9: Silverstein, Sheila [1984]
Box 36 Folder 10: Simmons, Adele [1995-1996]
Box 36 Folder 11: Simmons, Cathryn [1976]
Box 36 Folder 12: Simon, Paul [1993-2003]
Box 36 Folder 13: Simon, Ron [1977]
Box 36 Folder 14: Simpson, Dick(?) [n.d.]
Box 36 Folder 15: Singleton, Pearl [1982]
Box 36 Folder 16: Sive-Thomashefsky, Rebecca [1983-1984]
Box 36 Folder 17: Skinner, Tom [1982-1994]
Box 36 Folder 18: Sloan, Margaret [1974]
Box 36 Folder 19: Slobodow, Arlen [1981]
Box 36 Folder 20: Small, D.H. [1981]
Box 36 Folder 21: Smith, Billye [1980]
Box 36 Folder 22: Smith, Diana [1982]
Box 36 Folder 23: Smith, Donald [1977]
Box 36 Folder 24: Smith, Floyd [1976]
Box 36 Folder 25: Smith, Jeanne [1981]
Box 36 Folder 26: Smith, Jesse Carney [1978]
Box 36 Folder 27: Smith, Juanita [1997]
Box 36 Folder 28: Smith, Larry [1994]
Box 36 Folder 29: Smith, Philip [2003]
Box 36 Folder 30: Smith, Ronald [1974]
Box 36 Folder 31: Smothers, Louise [1975-1984]
Box 36 Folder 32: Sneath, William [1980]
Box 36 Folder 33: Sobol, Bertha [1975]
Box 36 Folder 34: Sorrentino, P.A. [1978]
Box 36 Folder 35: Sosin, Charles [1977]
Box 36 Folder 36: South End Jaycees [1977]
Box 36 Folder 37: Southwest Conference on Women in the Trades [1981-1982]
Box 36 Folder 38: Spano, Joanne [1981]
Box 36 Folder 39: Speight, Ophelia [1982] (see also Box 72)
Box 36 Folder 40: Spelcer, Janet [1981]
Box 36 Folder 41: Spigner, Rev. Harry [1993-1994]
Box 36 Folder 42: Spivey, Charles [1979]
Box 36 Folder 43: Spradling, Mary [1968]
Box 36 Folder 44: Staniec, Marjan [1976]
Box 36 Folder 45: Stanislas, June [1981] (see also Box 72)
Box 36 Folder 46: Stark, Julia [1977]
Box 36 Folder 47: Starks, Robert [1995]
Box 36 Folder 48: Starr, Shirley [1972]
Box 36 Folder 49: Stasch, Julia [1992]
Box 36 Folder 50: Stratton, Seattle [n.d.]
Box 36 Folder 51: Steffens, Dorothy [1972]
Box 36 Folder 52: Stein, Heather [1979]
Box 36 Folder 53: Stenholm, Charles [1990]
Box 36 Folder 54: Stephens, Donald [1992]
Box 36 Folder 55: Stephens, James [1979]
Box 36 Folder 56: Stephenson, Dan [1996]
Box 36 Folder 57: Stepp, Marc [1981]
Box 36 Folder 58: Stern, Grace Mary [1983]
Box 36 Folder 59: Stewart, Rev. Imagene [1984]
Box 36 Folder 60: Stinson, Lynn [1980]
Box 36 Folder 61: Stock, Ann [1995]
Box 36 Folder 62: Stone, Marvin [1976-1980]
Box 36 Folder 63: Stovall, Lt. Governor Thelma [1979]
Box 36 Folder 64: Stroger, Jr., John [1985-1998]
Box 36 Folder 65: Strassburger, Heidi [1980]
Box 36 Folder 66: Strausberg, Chinta [1984]
Box 36 Folder 67: Strauss, Dorothea [1982]
Box 36 Folder 68: Stringer, Sheldon and Ruth [2004]
Box 36 Folder 69: Strong, Carolyn [1985]
Box 36 Folder 70: Strong, Jim [1984]
Box 37 Folder 1: Stuart, David [1978]
Box 37 Folder 2: Sue-Penn, Virginia [1983]
Box 37 Folder 3: Suitts, Steve [1982]
Box 37 Folder 4: Sullivan, Joseph [1970]
Box 37 Folder 5: Summers, Bessie [1978]
Box 37 Folder 6: Sunnock, Laurel [1983]
Box 37 Folder 7: Sutherland, Frank [1976]
Box 37 Folder 8: Sutton-Branch, Dorothy [1982]
Box 37 Folder 9: Swartz, William [1982]
Box 37 Folder 10: Sweeney, Jim [1982]
Box 37 Folder 11: Sweeney, John [1981-1982] (see also Box 72)
Box 37 Folder 12: Swift, C.K. [1969]
Box 37 Folder 13: Swingler, Arnie [1975]
Box 37 Folder 14: Szymanski, Shirley [1978]
Box 37 Folder 15: Tanzer, Lester [1983-1985]
Box 37 Folder 16: Tarr-Whelan, Linda [1979-1982]
Box 37 Folder 17: Tate, Cleotha [1983]
Box 37 Folder 18: Tate, Eula Booker [1984]
Box 37 Folder 19: Tate, Hazel [1980]
Box 37 Folder 20: Tauchman, Charles [1980]
Box 37 Folder 21: Taylor, Doris and Clay [1983]
Box 37 Folder 22: Taylor, Emma [1979]
Box 37 Folder 23: Taylor, Jane Ann [1987]
Box 37 Folder 24: Taylor, Hazel [n.d.]
Box 37 Folder 25: Taylor, Larry [1988]
Box 37 Folder 26: Taylor, Mary [1977]
Box 37 Folder 27: Taylor, Roselie [1984]
Box 37 Folder 28: Terry, Burnett Gene [1994]
Box 37 Folder 29: Thadison, P.T. [1978]
Box 37 Folder 30: Thomas, Andrew [1971]
Box 37 Folder 31: Thomas, Barbara [1982]
Box 37 Folder 32: Thomas, Emily [1983]
Box 37 Folder 33: Thomas, Franklin [1980]
Box 37 Folder 34: Thomas, Frederick [1994]
Box 37 Folder 35: Thomas, Pat [1984]
Box 37 Folder 36: Thomas, Sybel [1986]
Box 37 Folder 37: Thomas, Verna [1979-1980]
Box 37 Folder 38: Thompson, Joan [1981]
Box 37 Folder 39: Thompson, Gov. James [1979]
Box 37 Folder 40: Thompson, Karen [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 37 Folder 41: Thornton, Ruby [1978]
Box 37 Folder 42: Timberlake, Rosco and Kim [1991]
Box 37 Folder 43: TIME Magazine “Woman of the Year” Correspondence [1976] (1)
Box 37 Folder 44: TIME Magazine “Woman of the Year” Correspondence [1976] (2)
Box 37 Folder 45: TIME Magazine “Woman of the Year” Correspondence [1976] (3)
Box 37 Folder 46: TIME Magazine “Woman of the Year” Correspondence [1976] (4)
Box 37 Folder 47: Tobin, Joan F. [1976]
Box 37 Folder 48: Tolbert, III, James E. [1997]
Box 37 Folder 49: Toles, Larry [1978]
Box 37 Folder 50: Toney, Dori [1979]
Box 37 Folder 51: Topping, Patricia [1983]
Box 37 Folder 52: Touart, Katie [1979]
Box 37 Folder 53: Travis, Dempsey [1977]
Box 37 Folder 54: Trebbi, Diana [1982]
Box 37 Folder 55: Trubek, Louise [1980]
Box 37 Folder 56: Tucker, Joyce [1984]
Box 37 Folder 57: Tucker, Robert [1977]
Box 37 Folder 58: Turbitt, Coralie [1973]
Box 37 Folder 59: Turner, Andrea [n.d.]
Box 37 Folder 60: Turner, Doris [1978]
Box 37 Folder 61: Turner, Irene [1976]
Box 37 Folder 62: Turner, J.C. [1981-1982]
Box 37 Folder 63: Tuteur, Muriel [1974-1979]
Box 37 Folder 64: Twohey, John [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 37 Folder 65: Tyson, Zara Lee [n.d.]
Box 37 Folder 66: Tzuker, Tova [1981]
Box 38 Folder 1: Uehlein, Julius [1984]
Box 38 Folder 2: Umar, Gerry [1978]
Box 38 Folder 3: United Airlines [1978]
Box 38 Folder 4: Urban, Renate [1976-1979]
Box 38 Folder 5: Urquhart, Sarah [1979]
Box 38 Folder 6: Ushio, David [1984]
Box 38 Folder 7: Valentine, Zelma [1984]
Box 38 Folder 8: Vallas, Paul [1996]
Box 38 Folder 9: Van Blake, Barbara [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 10: Van Horn, Edith [1982]
Box 38 Folder 11: Vanderbilt, Mardelle [n.d.]
Box 38 Folder 12: Verdon-Roe, Vivienne [1984]
Box 38 Folder 13: Vilona, Bernard [1983]
Box 38 Folder 14: Vincent, Patricia [1978]
Box 38 Folder 15: Virginia Action [1982]
Box 38 Folder 16: Virginia Electric and Power Company [1980]
Box 38 Folder 17: Von Fischer, Thomas [1993]
Box 38 Folder 18: Wade, Josephine [1999]
Box 38 Folder 19: Wagner, Deiter [1984]
Box 38 Folder 20: Wagner, Jerri [1977]
Box 38 Folder 21: Walker, Charlotte [1980]
Box 38 Folder 22: Walker, David [1982]
Box 38 Folder 23: Walker, Donald [1980] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 24: Walker, Emagene [1982]
Box 38 Folder 25: Walker, Peter [1993]
Box 38 Folder 26: Walker, Robin [1978]
Box 38 Folder 27: Walker, Rosa [1982]
Box 38 Folder 28: Wallace, William [1984]
Box 38 Folder 29: Walton, Ann [1980]
Box 38 Folder 30: Ware, Lois [1973]
Box 38 Folder 31: Warner, Vicki [1983]
Box 38 Folder 32: Washington, Bernadine [1977-1980]
Box 38 Folder 33: Washington, Elmer [1977]
Box 38 Folder 34: Washington, Gertrude [1983-1984]
Box 38 Folder 35: Washington, Harold [1982-1986]
Box 38 Folder 36: Washington, Jr., Roy [1990]
Box 38 Folder 37: Waters, Donna [1977]
Box 38 Folder 38: Watkins, Earline [1983]
Box 38 Folder 39: Watson, Sylvia [1983]
Box 38 Folder 40: Watts, James [1979]
Box 38 Folder 41: Webb, Gertrude [1979-1980]
Box 38 Folder 42: Webb, Suzette [1997]
Box 38 Folder 43: Webb, Wellington [1980]
Box 38 Folder 44: Wechsler, Fredrica [1982]
Box 38 Folder 45: Weckstein, Paul [1981]
Box 38 Folder 46: Weddington, Sarah [1979-1983]
Box 38 Folder 47: Wedel, Jeannette [1983]
Box 38 Folder 48: Weed, Gay [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 49: Weedheimer, Barbara [1979]
Box 38 Folder 50: Weeks, Herdastine [1984]
Box 38 Folder 51: Weiner, William [1981]
Box 38 Folder 52: Weldon, Charlotte [1981]
Box 38 Folder 53: Wells, Horace(?) [1976]
Box 38 Folder 54: Wells, Wanda [1994]
Box 38 Folder 55: Wells-Schooley, Jane [1983]
Box 38 Folder 56: Wengert, James [1981] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 57: Wernick, Ellen [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 58: Wesleyan-Holiness Women’s Clergy Conference [1994-2000]
Box 38 Folder 59: West, Lucinda [1976]
Box 38 Folder 60: West, Mollie [1978-1983]
Box 38 Folder 61: Wetter, Rennea [1983]
Box 38 Folder 62: Wexler, Anne [1979] (see also Box 73)
Box 38 Folder 63: Whitaker, Anne [1982]
Box 38 Folder 64: The White House—Carter Administration [1979-1980]
Box 38 Folder 65: White, Jeremiah [1981]
Box 38 Folder 66: White, Kevin [1976]
Box 38 Folder 67: White, Mark [1983]
Box 38 Folder 68: White, William B. [1975]
Box 38 Folder 69: Whitecotton, Nancy [1982-1985]
Box 38 Folder 70: Whitehurst, Bernice [1972]
Box 38 Folder 71: Whitehurst, James [1977]
Box 38 Folder 72: Whitney, Ruth [1982]
Box 38 Folder 73: Whittington, Allean [1984]
Box 39 Folder 1: Wilder, Lucki [1976]
Box 39 Folder 2: William [1971]
Box 39 Folder 3: Williams, Barbara [1982]
Box 39 Folder 4: Williams, Dorothy [1979]
Box 39 Folder 5: Williams, Eddie [1984]
Box 39 Folder 6: Williams, Edgar and Lima [1984-1985]
Box 39 Folder 7: Williams, Elynor [1992]
Box 39 Folder 8: Williams, Ethel James [1981-1983]
Box 39 Folder 9: Williams, Frederick [1991]
Box 39 Folder 10: Williams, Harrison [1978]
Box 39 Folder 11: Williams, Jeannie [1981]
Box 39 Folder 12: Williams, Jessica [1980-1981]
Box 39 Folder 13: Williams, Louise [1976]
Box 39 Folder 14: Williams, Maudry [1999]
Box 39 Folder 15: Williams, Patricia [1977]
Box 39 Folder 16: Williams, Thelma [1981]
Box 39 Folder 17: Williams-Piper, Brenda [1982]
Box 39 Folder 18: Williams-Skinner, Barbara [1982-1999]
Box 39 Folder 19: Williamson, Rev. Henry [1993]
Box 39 Folder 20: Williamson, Mildred [1979] (see also Box 73)
Box 39 Folder 21: Willis, Harreasea [1986]
Box 39 Folder 22: Willis, Mary [n.d.]
Box 39 Folder 23: Wilson, Arthur [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 39 Folder 24: Wilson, Bill [1995]
Box 39 Folder 25: Wilson, Carole [1980]
Box 39 Folder 26: Wilson, Clifford [1976]
Box 39 Folder 27: Wilson, Janette [1990-1993]
Box 39 Folder 28: Wilson, Joseph [1983]
Box 39 Folder 29: Wilson, Kameron [1998]
Box 39 Folder 30: Wilson, Ronald [1982]
Box 39 Folder 31: Wimberly, Dorothy [1978]
Box 39 Folder 32: Wine-Banks, Jill [1983]
Box 39 Folder 33: Winn-Tutwiler, Sandra [1980]
Box 39 Folder 34: Winpisinger, William [1980]
Box 39 Folder 35: Winston, Mildred [1985]
Box 39 Folder 36: Wizbicky, Mary Ann [1978]
Box 39 Folder 37: Wold, Paul F. [1974]
Box 39 Folder 38: Wolfe, James [1981]
Box 39 Folder 39: Wolfe, Leslie [1995]
Box 39 Folder 40: Wolfson, Alice [1979]
Box 39 Folder 41: Wolter, Janet [1978-1979]
Box 39 Folder 42: Womack, Richard [1995]
Box 39 Folder 43: Woman to Woman [1982-1983]
Box 39 Folder 44: Women’ Career Convention [1979-1980]
Box 39 Folder 45: Wonder, Stevie [1983]
Box 39 Folder 46: Wood, Clarence [1996]
Box 39 Folder 47: Wood, Richard [1982]
Box 39 Folder 48: Wood, Roberta [1980]
Box 39 Folder 49: Woods, Donald [1984]
Box 39 Folder 50: Woods, Sylvia [1977]
Box 39 Folder 51: Wooldridge, Billie [1983-1984]
Box 39 Folder 52: Wright, Christopher [1994]
Box 39 Folder 53: Wright, James L. [1982] (see also Box 73)
Box 39 Folder 54: Wyatt, Claude and Renaldo [1952?]
Box 39 Folder 55: Wyatt, Claudia [n.d.]
Box 39 Folder 56: Wyatt, Dorothy [1976]
Box 39 Folder 57: Wyatt, Renaldo (Renny) [1972-1976, n.d.]
Box 39 Folder 58: Wyatt, Sylvia [1982]
Box 39 Folder 59: Yancey, Ernest [1982]
Box 39 Folder 60: Yard, Molly [1982]
Box 39 Folder 61: York, Mrs. Scott R. [1975]
Box 39 Folder 62: Young, Andrew [1980]
Box 39 Folder 63: Young, Andy [1990]
Box 39 Folder 64: Young, Coleman [1981]
Box 39 Folder 65: Young, James [1993]
Box 39 Folder 66: Young, Madie and Lela Turner [1981]
Box 39 Folder 67: Young, Mary [1976]
Box 39 Folder 68: Zak, Michelle [1975]
Box 39 Folder 69: Zawrotny, Nancy [c. 1973]
Box 39 Folder 70: Zero, Gerald [1999]
Box 39 Folder 71: Zimmerman, Anne [1978]
Box 39 Folder 72: Zogby, James [1984]
Box 39 Folder 73: Zoia, Charles [1982]
Box 39 Folder 74: Zollar, Nicki [1978]
Box 39 Folder 75: Zwirner, Bronwen [1978]

Continued in Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers,  Part 2

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