Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers

Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers, 1918-2010
Dates: Predominant dates, 1960-2000, Inclusive dates, 1918-2010
Size: 336 linear feet (257 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: 2003/08
Provenance: Donation of Timuel D. Black, Jr., which began May 29, 2003. Black continued the donations through 2010. Michael Flug, senior archivist, visited Timuel and Zenobia Black’s home over a period of some seven years to pack and collect materials. In addition, DePaul University Library’s Archives and Special Collections donated two linear feet of materials created by Timuel Black during his appointment at DePaul’s Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center (1990-2004). These materials were transferred to the Harsh Research Collection in October 2010.
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Beverly Cook, Assistant Curator of the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library; assisted by Jeanie Child, Harsh Archival Processing Project

Biographical Note

Timuel Black was born in Birmingham, Ala., on December 7, 1918, and planted in Chicago when he was less than a year old. He put down roots here, and never left. Timuel Black’s Bronzeville in the 1920s and 1930s was a place of much poverty and some wealth, a center for music and sports, and a terrain where demonstrations could break out at any time. As a teenager, he walked a picket line protesting white-only employment in stores on 47th Street, in Bronzeville’s main shopping district, warning shoppers: “Don’t Spend Your Money Where You Can’t Work.”

He was educated at Burke Elementary School and DuSable High School. At both schools he formed friendships that he maintained throughout his life. After graduating from high school, Tim worked at several ma-and-pa stores. When World War II broke out in September 1939, Timuel Black was working at a grocery store at 59th Street and Michigan Avenue. Later he was an agent for Robert Cole’s Chicago Metropolitan Assurance Company; for a short time he left Chicago, working at Greenbaum Tannery in Milwaukee. Like many others, he had a hard time finding work during the Depression.

The United States’ combat entry into World War II began with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Timuel Black’s 23rd birthday. By August 1943, he was inducted into the 308th Quartermaster Railhead Company, a “forward supply unit,” with all black troops and nearly all white officers. Shipped to Europe, he landed on the beach in Normandy when the Germans were sending saboteurs to blow up supplies. “We were awarded the Croix de Guerre with Palms because we helped save the butts of everyone on that beach,” Black said. By November 1944 he was in the middle of the Battle of the Bulge. Although his unit suffered many casualties in D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, Black was not wounded. Through the racism and discrimination of army life, Black still went on to receive four bronze battle stars by the end of the war. Discharged in late 1945, he returned to a segregated Chicago.

Timuel Black met and married Norisea Cummings in 1946. They had two children, Ermetra and Timuel Kerrigan Black. Even though their marriage ended in divorce, they worked together to ensure their children’s future.

The war had changed Black and other returning veterans. Many African Americans had fought, and many died, to preserve the American ideology of freedom. Seeing Chicago’s segregation all over again, Black was firmly committed to the ideals of public service, political equality and social activism. He went back to his old job at the Metropolitan Assurance Company, where he was quickly fired for attempting to organize the agents into a union.

He enrolled at Roosevelt University in 1949. After graduating in 1952, he entered the University of Chicago, earning a master’s degree there. By 1954, he was student teaching at DuSable High School, his alma mater. Black officially began his teaching career at Roosevelt High School in Gary, Ind., in 1954. Two years later, he returned to DuSable and taught there until 1959.

The political and social landscape of Chicago changed after the war. During Martin Kennelly’s term as mayor, there was a break between political leaders in the black community and City Hall. Mayor Richard J. Daley succeeded Kennelly. In 1955, the brutal murder of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old victim of lynching in Mississippi, sent shockwaves of anger throughout the black community nationally. Till’s funeral in Chicago drew huge crowds and provoked mass protests. Three years later came a new organization—the Chicago League of Negro Voters. This independent black electoral organization, in which Timuel Black participated, was the first to challenge City Hall’s control over the “Negro vote.” A year later, the league blossomed into the “March on Conventions Movement,” staffed by Bennett Johnson and Timuel Black. This movement led mass marches to the site of the 1960 Republican convention. By this time, both Black and Johnson were teaching at Farragut High School on Chicago’s West Side. Both men were active in support for the 1960 Southern lunch counter sit-ins. After they invited one of the sit-in leaders to Farragut, Johnson was fired by the Chicago Public Schools.

The new, rapidly growing civil rights movement also targeted “racism within the House of Labor.” Agitation over discrimination in the job market, and lack of action against it by some trade unions, produced a new organization, the Negro American Labor Council (NALC). Timuel Black, a teachers’ union activist, was elected president of the Chicago chapter. He remained its president throughout the civil rights movement. NALC grew quickly, recruiting nearly 1,000 black workers as members. In its early years, the chapter focused on breaking down racial exclusion in skilled trades apprenticeship programs at the Chicago Board of Education’s Washburne Trade School. After studying exclusion at Washburne, Black presented NALC findings to the Chicago Board of Education. The board ignored him, but he was able to persuade Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. to temporarily block federal funds to Washburne. Mayor Richard J. Daley later went to the White House and eventually got the money released, but NALC continued its efforts to integrate Washburne.

Throughout all these protests, Timuel Black was working as a teacher at Hyde Park High School. In 1963, A. Phillip Randolph, the national president of the Negro American Labor Council, tapped Black to be the Chicago coordinator of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. He was successful beyond all expectations. Thousands of returning marchers, energized by their numbers and by inspiration from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., vowed to shake up their city. To that end, a host of civil rights organizations, including the NALC, NAACP, CORE, SNCC and the new Coordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO) organized the October 22, 1963 “freedom march” and boycott of the Chicago Public Schools. A quarter of a million students participated. Many marched on school headquarters, chanting “Willis Must Go!” and “No More Segregated Schools.”

During the 1963 municipal elections, a coalition of seven independent black candidates, including Timuel Black, challenged incumbent African American aldermen who were aligned with Mayor Richard J. Daley and with Chicago Public Schools Superintendent Benjamin Willis. At a press conference for the campaign, Black said it was time to “end plantation politics” in Chicago. He did not win the aldermanic race, but the phrase became nationally famous.

Timuel Black severed his relationship with the Chicago Public Schools in 1966. For the next three years he served as assistant director of the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Chicago Teacher Corps, coordinating its community activities. Black was appointed dean of Wright College, part of the City Colleges of Chicago, in 1969; he was promoted to vice president for academic affairs at Olive Harvey College in 1972. In the summer of 1973, he received an unexpected two-sentence memo from Dr. Charles Kidd, acting president of Olive Harvey College, announcing “the abolishment” of Black’s position. Kidd was acting on orders from City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Oscar Shabat. Black responded with a letter to Dr. Oscar Shabat detailing the events leading to his termination and asking for an official reason for his dismissal.

The college and president’s office received a deluge of complaints and negative publicity over Black’s termination. Students, faculty, civil rights organizations and activists mounted a written protest campaign. Lu Palmer and Vernon Jarrett penned newspaper columns and flooded the air waves with the story. This tide of negative publicity forced the City Colleges to rescind his termination. Black was rehired and promoted to the new position of director and chairperson of community affairs for the City Colleges. The wide-ranging duties of this position allowed Timuel Black to interact with all the city colleges and foster relationships between the city colleges, communities and private organizations. Due to budget cuts in 1975, Black’s position was eliminated and he resumed teaching duties at Loop College (now Harold Washington College). He held a professorship there until he formally retired from the City Colleges in 1989.

Timuel and his wife, Zenobia, met while doing campaign work for Congressman Harold Washington in 1982. Timuel was co-chairing the 1st Congressional District Education Task Force, and Zenobia was a member of the Housing Task Force. Zenobia Johnson-Black is a second generation Chicagoan, educated in the Chicago public school system and an alumna of Chicago State University. She later said they dated, married and spent their honeymoon doing voter registration work for Washington’s 1983 mayoral campaign.

In response to conditions set by Congressman Harold Washington to enter the 1983 mayoral race, Timuel Black, Lu Palmer, Zenobia Johnson-Black, Oscar Worrill and Nate Clay organized the “People’s Movement for a Voter’s Registration.” Black told the activists: “We must agitate, organize, educate and register to vote.” This organization and several other grassroots organizations like P.O.W.E.R. (People Organized for Welfare and Employment Rights) from the West Side, the Uptown coalition and Midwest Community Council worked together tirelessly to educate, train and mobilize African American voters. Church basements, community centers and union halls became venues for political education classes. Harold Washington’s campaign was a grassroots effort, and Timuel Black was visible in just about every political committee that catapulted Harold Washington into the fifth floor of City Hall in 1983.

Even though Black officially retired in 1989, he never stopped teaching and working. He taught courses at Roosevelt University, lectured at DePaul University and Columbia College, and worked on the Black Metropolis Oral History Project for more than 10 years. The Black Metropolis Oral History Project had three components: oral history interviews of more than 100 people, his own autobiography and a monograph on “Bronzeville and the Great Migration.”

Throughout Timuel Black’s life, organizational consciousness was paramount. Black began his activist career while he was still a teenager by advocating “Don’t Spend Your Money Where You Can’t Work” and picketing stores that would not hire African Americans. He went on to promote desegregation in the armed forces, open housing, independent African American political activity and union organizing. In 1960 Black was instrumental in the founding of the Negro American Labor Council, Chicago Chapter after the AFL-CIO refused to discipline member unions that discriminated against African Americans. Researchers will find extensive working papers of the NALC in the organization series, along with the evidence of Black’s role in civil rights work in other groups. Important organizations in which Black played a leading role in the 1960s include Americans for Democratic Action, Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, Independent Voters of Illinois, Chicago League of Negro Voters, Teachers for Integrated Schools, Teachers for Quality Education, Congress of Racial Equality, Coordinating Council of Community Organizations and the 1963 March on Washington. He also entered politics as an independent aldermanic candidate opposed to what he saw as support for continued segregation by Chicago’s political establishment.

The 1970s saw Black utilizing his position in the administration of the City Colleges of Chicago to solidify civil rights progress through systemic reform and to strengthen coalitions. Black extended his scholarly and professional affiliations, both locally and nationally, in the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Black Faculty in Higher Education and the National Conference of Black Political Scientists.

In the 1980s Timuel Black served on the 1st Congressional District Office’s Education Task Force, with local and national political implications. As a member of Harold Washington’s inner circle, he helped manage the 1983 mayoral campaign, particularly the registration of voters (People’s Movement for Voter Registration, United Black Voters of Illinois).

The Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center at DePaul University was dedicated in February 1995 to act as an information catalyst and provide support for community groups and individuals attempting to find grassroots solutions to communitywide problems. Timuel Black was named its first African American member and gave its inaugural lecture on May 11, 1995, while working on his Black Metropolis Oral History Project. As he began more than 70 years ago, building coalitions and educating people in an effort to make the world a better place, he continues the fight today. The late Vernon Jarrett said: “Timuel Black displays a missing ingredient in today’s professionals—organizational initiative.”

Bibliography

  • Anderson, Alan B. and George W. Pickering. Confronting the Color Line . University of Georgia Press, 1986.
  • Black, Timuel. Bridges of Memory: Chicago’s Second Generation of Black Migration . Vols. 1 and 2. Forewords by Lerone Bennett, Jr. and Valerie Gerrard Browne. Northwestern University Press, 2007.
  • Black, Timuel. “A Night to Remember.” Chicago Sun-Times , October 29, 1999.
  • Black, Timuel. “Tim Black’s Letter to Shabat.” Citizen newspapers, July 19, 1973.
  • Drake, St. Clair. Black Metropolis , A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City . University of Chicago, 1993.
  • Homel, Michael W. Down from Equality: Black Chicagoans and the Public Schools, 1920-41 . University of Illinois Press, 1984.
  • Invisible Soldier : The Experiences of the Black Soldier . Compiled and edited by Mary Penick Motley; foreword by Howard Donovan Queen. Wayne State University Press, 1975.
  • James, Dante. Interview with Timuel Black. WETA Public Television and Radio , A. Philip Randolph Film Project, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers are divided into two super series: Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers and the Children of Timuel D. Black, Jr. Papers. The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, audiovisual materials, organizational records, funeral programs, serials, photographs, clippings, subject research files, plaques and memorabilia. There was little original arrangement in the papers as they were accessioned. Much of the present arrangement was created by staff of the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature.

Related archival collections at the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature include: the Abbott-Sengstacke Family Papers, Abdul Alkalimat Papers, Brenetta Howell Barrett Papers, the Chicago CORE Archives, Chicago SNCC History Project Archives, Charles Davis Papers, Richard Durham Papers, Charles Evans Papers, Charles Hayes Papers, Illinois Writers Project: “Negro in Illinois” Papers, Myrtis Minor Papers, Alice and Edward “Buzz” Palmer Papers, Leonard Wash Papers and Rev. Addie and Rev. Claude Wyatt Papers.

A small collection of Timuel Black’s papers is also held at the Chicago History Museum. For information on the Harold Washington election campaigns, see also the Harold Washington Papers in Special Collections at the Harold Washington Library Center.

Super Series 1: Timuel D. Black, Jr.
Predominant Dates: 1960-2010, Inclusive Dates 1918-2010

This super series has been arranged in 13 series: Biography and Family Records, Manuscripts, Correspondence, Audiovisual, Organizational Files, Funeral Programs, Event Programs, Subject Research Files, Serials, Clippings, Photographs, Awards and Plaques, and Memorabilia.

Series 1: Biography and Family Records, 1919-2009
Boxes 1-9
The biographical series is arranged in two sub-series: family records (Boxes 1 and 2) and employment records (Boxes 3-9). Family records contain birth and death certificates, Black’s curriculum vitae, early financial documents, education and extensive clipping files of Timuel Black’s wide-ranging activities as an academic and advocate for civil rights, civil liberties and preservation of African American culture. All are arranged by folder, topic and then chronologically. Of special interest is a Quinn Chapel “Beacon” newsletter that Timuel Black’s mother saved as a keepsake from the family’s first church visit after migrating to Chicago.

The bulk of the Biography series is composed of the employment sub-series. These materials reflect Black’s multifaceted academic career as a Chicago public high school teacher (1955-1966); as a teacher and administrator at Chicago City Colleges (1969-1989); as an academic professor at various other local institutions of higher learning (1960s-1990s) to his retirement and active emeritus status after 1989. The materials in the employment sub-series vary by source of creation. There are few documents highlighting his teaching in Gary, Ind., and his years with the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Chicago Teachers Corps. There is a rich and varied collection of materials documenting his years at the City Colleges of Chicago, including correspondence, general curriculum materials, workshop contents, syllabi, lecture notes and sample tests created by Black.

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1957-2007
Boxes 10-32
Manuscript materials are arranged into four sub-series: general manuscripts and writings by Timuel D. Black, Jr., 1960s-2007; the Bridges of Memory oral history project tape transcriptions (1991-2005); Phillips High School and DuSable High School oral history transcripts (1991-1996); and manuscripts by persons other than Timuel D. Black, Jr. that were sent to him (1957-2005).

Box 10
The general manuscripts and other writings by Timuel D. Black, Jr. include the handwritten and typed drafts prepared for his letters, newspaper columns, articles, books, statements, testimony, speeches and press releases. The materials have been arranged by those categories, chronologically within folders where possible. Undated and/or unidentified materials, many just fragments, have been separated. Researchers should note that most of Black’s writings were created through his activity in a particular organization or endeavor, and that much more information may be found in related files in the Biography and Family Records, Organizational Files and Subject Research Files. Topics addressed by Black in his writings include the struggle for civil rights and civil liberties; labor unionization; educational reform of the Chicago Public Schools; promoting African American history in social science curricula; achieving political power through the ballot and the history of jazz in Chicago.

Boxes 11-24
The Bridges of Memory oral history project began as Timuel D. Black’s long-held dream to document untold stories of Chicago’s African American community and its integral role in Chicago’s history. He planned to collect stories of Chicago’s still-living African Americans (including himself) who experienced the first Great Migration to Chicago (1915-1929), the Great Depression and World War II period (1929-1940s), and the post-war 1950s and1960s. His own life had acquainted him with hundreds of these persons, but their advancing age warned him their stories would soon be lost. Black’s colleagues recognized his uniquely wide connection to the Bronzeville community’s many constituencies, with their great variety of occupation, socio-economic level, ideology and gender. Black’s rigorous history training gave him the necessary contextual information to vigorously participate in the interviews. At the same time, widespread demolition of Bronzeville’s physical landscape, critical to the community’s history, accelerated. All these factors spurred Black to embark on the project soon after he formally retired from full-time teaching at Chicago City Colleges in 1989. He approached his many contacts in the philanthropic field, including the Centers for New Horizons, to obtain grants to fund the project. His appointment to a chair at DePaul University’s Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center in 1990 provided additional resources needed to conduct, edit and transcribe the interviews

The work, originally conceived as the Black Metropolis Oral History Project, was to produce three outcomes: the oral histories published in three volumes representing three periods in Chicago’s African American history; community outreach with curricula and programming to encourage others to carry out documentation; and Black’s autobiography. Two volumes of interviews, Bridges of Memory: Chicago’s First Wave of Black Migration (2003) and Bridges of Memory: Chicago’s Second Generation of Black Migration (2005) have thus far been published by Northwestern University Press.

The Bridges of Memory oral history project sub-series includes 71 transcripts of the interview tapes, with Black’s notes, editing and added text. Transcripts are arranged alphabetically by interview subject, with interview dates and dates of transcription and revision noted on the transcripts. Supplementary administrative materials that follow include correspondence with Northwestern University Press, publicity and book tour information. Researchers should see also Series 4 (Audiovisual) for audiotapes of all but 12 of these interviews.

Boxes 25-26
These contain materials donated by DePaul University’s Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center. These records contain both essays Timuel Black wrote and transcripts of interviews he conducted about past and present educators at Wendell Phillips and DuSable high schools in Chicago. The interviews took place between 1991 and 1996.

Boxes 27-32
The Series 2 manuscripts sub-series comprises works by Black’s academic and activist colleagues. Dating from 1957 to 2005, these works cover topics relating to Black’s many fields of endeavor (civil rights, educational reform, labor organizing, African American history and culture, among others). These materials are arranged in the third sub-series, alphabetically by author. The nearly 80 works include articles, dissertations, books, reports, speeches, essays and biographical sketches, in draft, edited or finished form. Notable authors include Lerone Bennett, Jr., Robert J. Blakely, Michael Dawson, Robert B. McKersie, Dominic A. Pacyga, Mary E. Pattillo, Christopher R. Reed, Laurel Stradford and William Julius Wilson.

Box 33 has been withdrawn.

Series 3: Correspondence, 1921-2009
Boxes 34-43a
Correspondence is divided into two sub-series: personal correspondence and family correspondence. Letters are arranged in alphabetical order. The correspondence series contains letters exchanged with civil rights leaders, political activists and educators. Notable among the correspondents are Martin Luther King, Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Harold Washington, Lu Palmer, Gus Savage, Sidney Yates, Abner Mikva, Mary Herrick, Robert McKersie, Claude Holman, Leon Despres, St. Clair Drake, Adam Clayton Powell, Lawrence Kennon and Ishmael Flory. Family correspondence contains letters between Timuel and Walter Black and other family members from mid-1943 to 1946. Family correspondence is arranged chronologically.

Series 4: Audiovisual, 1956-2007
Boxes 44-64
The Audiovisual (AV) Series is divided into three sub-series:

  1. Recordings made by Timuel Black . These are all in audiocassette tape format. By content they are grouped into four categories:
    • Boxes 44-49, Audiotapes from the Bridges of Memory oral history project , contains interviews Black conducted for his books Bridges of Memory , vols. 1 and 2. Tapes are arranged by volume, reflecting the published books, but alphabetically within volume although the book interviews are not printed alphabetically. However, the researcher is advised to consult Series 2 (Manuscripts) for Bridges of Memory transcripts relating to the audiotapes when possible, rather than listening to the relatively fragile tapes.
    • Boxes 50-52, Audiotapes of funeral services attended and recorded by Black [1993-2001]. Tapes are arranged alphabetically by name of decedent. Transcripts are found in Boxes 8 and 9.
    • Boxes 53-56, Oral history recordings of interviews, conference proceedings, other talks, lectures and benefits, and also various overseas trips Black took [1991-2002]. Tapes are arranged by category, then chronologically within categories. Researchers will find additional materials for conferences and other events by examining the particular group’s folder in Series 5 (Organizational Files).
    • Boxes 56-60, Duke Ellington jazz conferences , featuring live concerts, lectures and interviews, ca. 1990-2000. Tapes are arranged chronologically.
  2. Boxes 61-62, Recordings that feature Timuel Black (1989-2010). Most of these items were produced by radio, television or professional production groups, and include audiocassettes, compact discs, videos and DVDs of Timuel Black being interviewed. Some interviews are included in film documentaries. This sub-series is arranged by format, then alphabetically by title.
  3. Boxes 63-64, Recordings in which Timuel Black is not featured (1950-2004) include audiocassettes and videocassettes, compact discs, DVDs, and also reel-to-reel, 16 mm film and LP recordings. These were produced commercially, non-commercially and by unknown parties. Many LP recordings feature iconic jazz artists. This sub-series is arranged by format, then alphabetically by title.

Series 5: Organizational Files, 1930-2009
Boxes 65-148
More than 1,400 organizations, associations, coalitions, foundations, ad hoc political committees, unions, charities, churches and other groups with which Timuel Black worked, or to which he donated money, are represented in this series. Timuel Black’s involvement with each particular group varied, including roles as: founder or charter member; participant in group action; member; advisor; financial supporter and program presenter by invitation.

The bulk of this series’ material dates from the1960s through the 1990s. In the huge array of organizations, the researcher may identify some 250 key groups devoted to the issues closest to Timuel Black. Those issues include civil rights, equality of opportunity, union organizing, political power through the ballot box, educational reform, teaching of African American history in social studies curricula, and promotion of jazz and other African American cultural forms. However, hundreds of other groups in which Black was less active, but supported financially, can be found in his papers.

Materials provided in this series include meeting minutes and agendas; correspondence and memos; budgets and financial records, including fundraising; conference or workshop programs; press releases and publicity; newsletters; news clippings; reports; flyers and pamphlets. Selected files may also contain grant proposals; scholarly papers; community development plans; election results and nominating petitions; testimony and court documents.

The geographical scope of Black’s associations ranges from local grassroots (e.g., Chicago political committees), to national organizations with a functioning hierarchy (such as the ACLU), to those international in scope (anti-apartheid work in South Africa and support of African Americans of German descent). Black maintained some of his memberships (such as the Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights) over five or six decades as a significant part of his lifelong work. On the other hand, Black often participated in a series of organizations over time in pursuit of a certain goal, such as voter registration or public school educational reform. Throughout this series, one can see the pervasive interaction between Timuel Black’s position as academic professional and his role in the many organizations he belonged to concurrently.

Of special note are the records of the Negro American Labor Council, Chicago Chapter. These records include correspondence, minutes, flyers and other materials documenting the civil rights work of the organization. One folder, containing four chapters from an early draft of an unpublished book by Robert McKersie on NALC’s Chicago Chapter, is not yet open to research. It is restricted until publication of the book.

Series 6: Funeral Programs, 1881-2010
Boxes 149-153
Funeral programs are arranged in alphabetical order. These are printed copies of funeral programs, but audiocassettes of funerals that Timuel Black attended and taped can be found in Series 4 (Audiovisual). A large percentage of these programs reflect Timuel’s lifelong friendship with the members of the first and second wave of black migrants to Chicago. They also provide a rich history of early black Chicago activists, politicians and educators.

Series 7: Event Programs, 1959-2009
Boxes 154-158
The Event Programs Series has been arranged by date and then alphabetically. One-time events and programs that do not appear to be a part of an organization can be found in this series. The majority of the materials date from 1990 to 2009 and include a number of special events for particular individuals.

Series 8: Subject Research Files, 1918-2009
Boxes 159-179
This series begins with the extraordinary FBI file on A.A. “Sammy” Rayner, a legendary funeral home director and radical activist who was a close friend of Timuel Black. Black and Rayner were two of the seven independent black candidates who challenged incumbent African American aldermen aligned with Mayor Richard J. Daley. While Black lost the election, Rayner was elected alderman of the 6th Ward. After Rayner’s death, his family gave his FBI files to Timuel Black. Materials in this series date primarily from the 1960s through the 1990s. They have been arranged into two types. First, information collected by Timuel Black but not identified as connected to a specific employment or organizational activity (e.g., “Africa,” “Health Care,” “Redistricting (legislative)” has been arranged into a number of topics. These files contain clippings, articles, brochures, guides, workshop programs, population data, planning documents and reports. The topics covered also include significant persons, such as A.A. “Sammy” Rayner, Carol Moseley Braun and Harold Washington. Second, subject research categories were created to identify records of Timuel Black’s (usually unpaid) work with various governmental units, such as the Chicago Board of Education, various Illinois agencies or Chicago State University. The latter are similar to Series 5 (Organizational Files) and contain correspondence and memos, reports and financial information, mailings and brochures.

This series is arranged by alphabetically by subject and chronologically within subject. Researchers should also check Series 1 (Biography and Family Records) and Series 5 (Organizational Files) for closely related materials. Also, the researcher should be aware that overlap exists between the Harold Washington materials and the voter redistricting litigation, in addition to the many ad hoc groups that participated in the Washington election campaigns.

Series 9: Serials, 1947-2010
Boxes 180-184
More than 265 serial titles are found in the Timuel Black papers. The bulk of the material dates from 1980 through the 2000s. The items are arranged alphabetically by title, then chronologically. However, Timuel Black’s collection of Labor History , 1986-1996, is found at the end of the series. Also, the researcher should note that Timuel Black contributed a regular column to a local Hyde Park newspaper, the Lakefront Outlook , from 2000 to 2010.

These publications range from national magazines, such as Ebony and Fortune , to large regional and city newspapers, to local neighborhood papers. A number of organizational newsletters and house organs from unions, churches, professional associations, civil rights advocacy groups, jazz associations, philanthropic institutions, block clubs and other organizations are included. Particular articles or themes in these selected issues usually may be identified as key interests of Timuel Black. The series reflects Timuel Black’s numerous activities, including civil rights advocacy; African American arts, music and culture; community organization and neighborhood renewal; public health; city governance; educational reform; criminal youth justice and union organizing. Publications from overseas, primarily South Africa, speak to issues related to apartheid, against which Black worked tirelessly from the 1960s to its abolition.

Series 10: Clippings, 1954-2010
Boxes 185-188
This series contains newspaper clippings collected by Timuel Black and reflects his varied interests. Clippings are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Series 11: Photographs
Boxes 189-218
There are more than 1,500 photographs in this collection. They offer users visual documentation of Timuel Black’s movement activism and personal friendships. Photographs were accessioned in small batches over several years and had no arrangement on arrival. Some have now been grouped according to events. Identification and date have been included where possible.

Series 12: Awards and Plaques
Boxes 219-229
The Awards and Plaques Series is divided into two categories and then arranged alphabetically. Materials span the years from Timuel Black’s plaque from Teachers for Integrated Schools in 1963 to the Saul Mendelson Social Justice award in 2008 from the Independent Voters of Illinois.

Series 13: Memorabilia
Boxes 230-241
The bulk of memorabilia represents award items similar to plaques presented to Timuel Black to recognize his achievements. A smaller number of items are mementos of significant milestones or anniversaries. Of special interest are several guest books listing attendees to awards events or funerals. This series also contains banners, medals, pocket calendars (1963-1992), note cards, membership cards posters, political campaign buttons and other paraphernalia, acrylic awards, guest books, postcards and other ephemera. This series is arranged by format.

Super Series 2: Children of Timuel D. Black
Ermetra A. Black and Timuel Kerrigan Black

The papers of Timuel D. Black include materials he acquired from his two children, Ermetra Adair Black and Timuel Kerrigan “Kerrigan” Black. Their papers form Super Series 2 and are divided into the papers of Ermetra A. Black and the papers of Timuel Kerrigan Black. Some of those materials were received by Timuel D. Black in correspondence from Ermetra or Kerrigan or from a third party. Most of the Timuel Kerrigan Black correspondence and other papers were assembled after his 1993 death by his life partner, Larry Cross, and then transferred to Timuel Black.

Papers of Ermetra A. Black, 1964-2009
Box 242
The papers of Ermetra A. Black include her resumes (1970s), her miscellaneous manuscripts (1973-2009) and her correspondence. The correspondence with her father is foldered separately from correspondence her father conducted with the institutions of higher education Ermetra attended: Bennington College (1964-1968) and Northwestern University (1968-1973), where she received her master’s degree. Ermetra A. Black’s papers also include programs from her Northwestern University commencement and her 1978 wedding to Timothy Keith Murrell. The materials are arranged by topic and chronologically within folders.

Papers of Timuel Kerrigan Black (aka Kerrigan Black), 1953-1993
Boxes 243-256
Material in Kerrigan Black’s papers has been arranged into five series: Biography, Employment and Family Records; Correspondence; Audiovisual; Memorabilia and Photographs. The papers of Kerrigan Black include both those materials (correspondence, elementary school records) held by his father and also records in Kerrigan’s possession when he died. The papers include materials from boarding school, college and graduate school. They also derive from his extensive professional career as a creative musician, composer, performer, artist and writer in the San Francisco Bay area. These materials also reflect his personal life as a self-identified gay man who worked for LBG civil rights and who shared over 10 years with his life partner, Larry Cross, before dying of AIDS in 1993. As stated, records in Kerrigan Black’s possession at the time of his death were assembled by his partner, Larry Cross, and transferred to Kerrigan’s father, Timuel D. Black.

Series 1: Biography, 1953-1993
Box 243
In addition to detailed resumes, personal documents and family history, the first box of this series contains material from several memorial services and programs, and several scrapbooks, that were produced after Kerrigan’s death in 1993. Also of note are the materials documenting the Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship established by his father for qualifying students who attend Kerrigan’s grammar school, the Charles Kozminski Academy in Chicago. This box is arranged alphabetically by topic and chronologically within folders.

Biography – Education, 1960s-1979
Boxes 243-246
The bulk of these materials relate to Kerrigan Black’s years at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., (1967-1971); at Stanford University in California (1971-1975), where he studied creative writing and attended semester abroad in France, and at the University of California at Berkeley (1975-1979) as he pursued his master’s degree in ethnomusicology. Records of his years at Phillips Academy include coursework, a scrapbook and yearbook, and his cum laude diploma. Kerrigan Black’s Stanford University materials include his original works written and composed then, and his 1975 diploma. Material from his years at UC Berkeley includes extensive writing in the field of ethnomusicology as well as his master’s thesis on the meaning of African American blues and spirituals (1979). Almost all of these education-derived materials document Kerrigan Black’s prodigious musical and literary gifts as well as his strong interest in interpreting the history of African American musical culture. Materials are arranged chronologically by educational institution and chronologically within folders.

Biography – Employment, 1970s-1993
Boxes 246-249
Most of the documentation of Kerrigan Black’s work history derives from his pursuit of performance venues in his California region; his efforts to interpret African American music and culture for youth in schools and other venues; and the creation of printed material to publicize and perform his original musical works, most of which were produced by the production company he formed with Larry Cross, Heebie Jeebie Music. Also found in this series are his essays, news clippings of local news columns he authored and local performances he held. Records of his “day jobs” are not extensive. However, his diaries [1971-1989] cover many years and explore a number of issues. Materials are arranged alphabetically by topic and chronologically within folders, with diaries at the end of the series.

Series 2: Correspondence, 1967-1993
(1993-2006 from Larry Cross)
Boxes 250-251
Arranged chronologically, these items include Kerrigan’s exchanges with family, friends and other performers. A serious correspondent even during high school, Kerrigan Black discussed his life issues with his father and sister, including his encounters with racism, his choice of career and his decision in the mid-1970s to declare his gay identity. The researcher should note the folder of correspondence between Larry Cross and Timuel D. Black, created after Kerrigan Black’s death in 1993.

Series 3: Audiovisual, 1975-1976, 1991-2000 (posthumous publishing)
Box 252
This series includes three original Kerrigan Black performance works produced on audiocassette, two video recordings of Kerrigan Black performance works, plus “rough footage” of other work. LPs include Kerrigan Black’s performance with the Stanford University “Mendicants” group (1975). Materials are arranged by format, then alphabetically by title.

Series 4: Memorabilia, 1974-1995
Box 253
Items found here are a calendar and a scroll poster created by Kerrigan Black, and two T-shirts marked with his photo and his titled work, “Ya Gotta Know Somethin’ ’bout History! So That the World Isn’t Just a Mystery!”

Series 5: Photographs, 1950s-1990s
Boxes 254-256
More than 240 color and b/w photographs include those of Kerrigan and his family (1950s-1970s) and Kerrigan with his grammar school classes (1960s). Also found are performance and publicity proofs and blow-ups (some taken by Cross), color snapshots of home life with Cross and friends, and travel photos including Mexico and Colorado. A number of photographs were taken with family shortly before he died. Also in this series are dozens of black-and-white photos taken by Kerrigan Black himself, apparently as part of various art projects.

Container List

Super Series 1:
Timuel D. Black, Jr.
Inclusive Dates: 1918-2010

Series 1: Biography and Family Records
Box 1 Folder 1 Timuel Black, Jr. – birth certificate (1919), military honorable discharge (1945), divorce certificate (1972)
Box 1 Folder 2 Timuel Black, Jr. – DuSable High School diploma
Box 1 Folder 3 Timuel Black, Jr. – Master of Arts degree, University of Chicago, 1954
Box 1 Folder 4 Timuel Black, Jr. – Doctor of Humane Letters degree, Roosevelt University, 2008
Box 1 Folder 5 Timuel Black, Jr. – passport, 1998
Box 1 Folder 6 Timuel Black, Jr. – resumes, curriculum vitae, 1966-2000
Box 1 Folder 7 Timuel Black, Jr. – charitable contributions, 1994
Box 1 Folder 8 Norisea Janette Black – obituary and funeral program, 1998
Box 1 Folder 9 Mattie Black – Quinn Chapel (the Beacon Newsletter), 1919
Box 1 Folder 10 Timuel Black, Sr. – insurance policy, 1932
Box 1 Folder 11 Timuel Black, Sr. – Masonic traveling card, 1922
Box 1 Folder 12 Timuel Black, Sr. – rental apartment list, 1937
Box 1 Folder 13 Walter Kerrigan Black, obituary and related materials, 1999
Box 1 Folder 14 Zenobia Johnson-Black, curriculum vitae, 1990s-2003
Box 1 Folder 15 Black Family Genealogy – family records and research materials
Box 1 Folder 16 Black Family Genealogy – family reunions, 1988-2004
Biography – Oversized
Box 2 Folder 1 Black Family Genealogy – workshop materials, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 2 Timuel Black – clipping file, 1960-1999
Box 2 Folder 3 Timuel Black – clipping file, 2000-2009
Box 2 Folder 4 Timuel Black – clipping file Bridges of Memory oral history project
Box 2 Folder 5 Timuel Black – interviews list (transcripts, published eds., websites), 1995-2005
Box 2 Folder 6 Timuel Black – travel (misc. materials), 1970s-1990s
Biography – Employment
Box 3 Folder 1 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1960 (See also Oversize Box 9)
Box 3 Folder 2 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1961
Box 3 Folder 3 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1962
Box 3 Folder 4 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1963
Box 3 Folder 5 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1964
Box 3 Folder 6 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1965-69
Box 3 Folder 7 Employment – United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Chicago Teachers Corps, 1967-1969
Box 3 Folder 8 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1962-1969
Box 3 Folder 9 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1970 (See Oversize Box 11 for City Colleges and Box 89, Folder 19 for Committee for an Effective City Council)
Box 3 Folder 10 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1971
Box 3 Folder 11 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1972
Box 3 Folder 12 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1973 (January-June)
Box 3 Folder 13 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1973 (July)
Box 4 Folder 1 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1973(August)
Box 4 Folder 2 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1973 (September-December)
Box 4 Folder 3 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (January)
Box 4 Folder 4 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (February-March)
Box 4 Folder 5 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (April)
Box 4 Folder 6 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (May-June)
Box 4 Folder 7 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (July)
Box 4 Folder 8 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1974 (August-December)
Box 5 Folder 1 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1975 (January-April) (See also Oversize Box 9)
Box 5 Folder 2 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1975 (April-December)
Box 5 Folder 3 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1976-1979
Box 5 Folder 4 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1980
Box 5 Folder 5 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1981
Box 5 Folder 6 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1982-1985
Box 6 Folder 1 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1986-1987
Box 6 Folder 2 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1988-1989
Box 6 Folder 3 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1990-1993
Box 6 Folder 4 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1994 (See also Oversize Box 9)
Box 6 Folder 5 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1995-1999
Box 6 Folder 6 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 2000-2007
Box 7 Folder 1 Employment – Columbia College of Chicago, 1994-1995
Box 7 Folder 2 Employment – Cook County Clerk staff training consultant, 1991
Box 7 Folder 3 Employment – DePaul University, Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center, 1990-2004 (See also Boxes 8, 9 and 11)
Box 7 Folder 4 Employment – DePaul University, School for New Learning and Labor Education Center, 1991-2004
Box 7 Folder 5 Employment – Mayor Harold Washington and City of Chicago Board of Local Improvements, 1984-1985
Box 7 Folder 6 Employment – Roosevelt University, 1992-1997
Box 7 Folder 7 Employment – University of Illinois at Chicago, 1997
Box 7 Folder 8 Employment – misc. unsourced and undated (1 of 2)
Box 7 Folder 9 Employment – misc. unsourced and undated (2 of 2)
Box 7 Folder 10 Employment – Timuel Black lecture notes, 1969-1999 (See also Oversize Box 11)
Box 7 Folder 11 Employment – Timuel D Black & Associates letterhead stationary (1980-2000s)
Box 7 Folder 12 Employment – Timuel Black bus tours, 1960-2009
Box 8 Folder 1 Employment – Student work, 1960s
Box 8 Folder 2 Employment – Student work, 1970s
Box 8 Folder 3 Employment – Student work, 1980-1985
Box 8 Folder 4 Employment – Student work, 1986-1989
Box 8 Folder 5 Employment – Student work, 1990s; [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 6 Employment – Student work, DePaul University School for New Learning, 1990s
Biography – Employment – Oversized
Box 9 Folder 1 Employment – Chicago Public Schools, 1960-1966
Box 9 Folder 2 Employment – City Colleges of Chicago, 1969-1989; [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 3 Employment – DePaul University, Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center, 1990-1995 (See also Boxes 6, 8 and 9)
Box 9 Folder 4 Employment – Grant/fellowship proposals by Timuel Black, 1988-1998
Box 9 Folder 5 Employment – Grant proposals (authorship unknown), 1974-2000
Box 9 Folder 6 Employment – Illinois Attorney General Policy Planning Consultant, 1992-1993
Box 9 Folder 7 Employment – Lakefront Outlook columns by Timuel Black (drafts and printed copies), 2000-2010
Box 9 Folder 8 Employment – Mayor Jane Byrne transition team, 1979-1980
Box 9 Folder 9 Employment – Timuel Black lectures notes, 1969-1999 (See also Box 7)
 
Series 2: Manuscripts, 1960-2009
Box 10 Folder 1 Timuel Black – writings – article, “The Political Resistance to Brown v. Board of Education ,” by Timuel Black, William Grimshaw and Valerie C. Johnson, 2004, for Brown v. Board of Education anniversary
Box 10 Folder 2 Timuel Black – writings – interview transcript Promised Land , 1996
Box 10 Folder 3 Timuel Black – writings – interview transcript (Manning Marable), 1995
Box 10 Folder 4 Timuel Black – writings – interview materials by TB (intros, bio notes, autobiog notes, transcript pages), [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 5 Timuel Black – writings – manuscripts (drafts and revisions), 1978-2000s
Box 10 Folder 6 Timuel Black – writings – manuscripts for Sacred Ground , autobiography, 1996
Box 10 Folder 7 Timuel Black – writings – notebooks (Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education), 1989
Box 10 Folder 8 Timuel Black – writings – notebooks (United Way of Metropolitan Chicago), 1980s (See also Boxes 137 through 140 for United Way documents)
Box 10 Folder 9 Timuel Black – writings – notes, drafts, fragments, [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 10 Timuel Black – writings – open letters, letters to editors, public relations, 1966-2006
Box 10 Folder 11 Timuel Black – writings – paper “Three Developments Shaping Chicago…,” Woodstock Conference Center, 1996
Box 10 Folder 12 Timuel Black – writings – remarks at A Tribute to Timuel Black , 1994
Box 10 Folder 13 Timuel Black – writings – speeches, statements, testimony, 1960-2009
Box 10 Folder 14 Timuel Black – writings – statement by TB on Oral History in Chicago, 1996
“Bridges of Memory” Transcriptions: Volume One
Box 11 Folder 1 Introduction (Timuel Black): Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 11 Folder 2 Barnett, Etta Moten: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 11 Folder 3 Barnett, Etta Moten: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 11 Folder 4 Boutte, Al: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 3
Box 11 Folder 5 Boutte, Al: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 3
Box 11 Folder 6 Boutte, Al: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 3 of 3
Box 12 Folder 1 Bowden, Mildred/Hartman, Hermene: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 12 Folder 2 Bowden, Mildred/Hartman, Hermene: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 12 Folder 3 Bowman, James/Bowman, Barbara Taylor: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 3
Box 12 Folder 4 Bowman, James/Bowman, Barbara Taylor: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 3
Box 12 Folder 5 Bowman, James/Bowman, Barbara Taylor: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 3 of 3
Box 12 Folder 6 Brantley, Lillie Lodge: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 12 Folder 7 Brazier, Bishop Arthur: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 13 Folder 1 Brown, Walter “Buddy:” Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 13 Folder 2 Brown, Walter “Buddy:” Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 13 Folder 3 Caldwell, Louis: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 13 Folder 4 Clark, Irma: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 13 Folder 5 Colin, Robert: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 13 Folder 6 Cousins, William: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 13 Folder 7 Cousins, William: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 14 Folder 1 Cress, Ida Mae: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 14 Folder 2 Cress, Ida Mae: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 14 Folder 3 Davis, Corneal: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 14 Folder 4 Davis, Corneal: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 14 Folder 5 Davis, Gwendolyn: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 14 Folder 6 Day, Dorsey: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 14 Folder 7 Deas, Commander Milton: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 14 Folder 8 Dickens, Jacoby: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 1 Echols, Marjorie: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 2 Ellis, Jimmy: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 3 Ellis, Morris: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 4 Ellis, Thomas and Edith: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 5 Griffin, Ernest: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 6 Hancock, Wayman: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 15 Folder 7 Isbell, James “Jack:” Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 15 Folder 8 Isbell, James “Jack:” Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 16 Folder 1 Johnson, Eddie: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 16 Folder 2 Johnson, George: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 5
Box 16 Folder 3 Johnson, George: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 5
Box 16 Folder 4 Johnson, George: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 3 of 5
Box 16 Folder 5 Johnson, George: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 4 of 5
Box 16 Folder 6 Johnson, George: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 5 of 5
Box 16 Folder 7 Kirkland, Warren: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 16 Folder 8 Levy, John: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 17 Folder 1 Martin, LeRoy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 4
Box 17 Folder 2 Martin, LeRoy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 4
Box 17 Folder 3 Martin, LeRoy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 3 of 4
Box 17 Folder 4 Martin, LeRoy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 4 of 4
Box 17 Folder 5 McConnor, Dorothy: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 17 Folder 6 Nimocks, Rudy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 17 Folder 7 Nimocks, Rudy: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 17 Folder 8 Parham, Alonzo: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 17 Folder 9 Parham, Alonzo: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 18 Folder 1 Smith, Fred: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 18 Folder 2 Strayhorn, Earl: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 18 Folder 3 Strayhorn, Earl: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 18 Folder 4 Thomas, Willis: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 18 Folder 5 Thomas, Willis: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 18 Folder 6 Tucker, Juanita: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 18 Folder 7 Tucker, Juanita: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 18 Folder 8 Conclusion: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
“Bridges of Memory” Transcriptions: Volume Two
Box 19 Folder 1 Introduction (Timuel Black)
Box 19 Folder 2 Adkins, Bill: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 3 Battle, Wilks: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 4 Brown, Jesse: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 5 Burris Clark: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 6 Butler, Jerry “Iceman”: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 7 Butler, Mattie: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 8 Campbell, Floyd: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 19 Folder 9 Carter, Burnett “Bo”: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 20 Folder 1 Casey, Eddie: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 20 Folder 2 Chandler, Muriel: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 20 Folder 3 Daniels, William: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 20 Folder 4 Davis, Milton: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 20 Folder 5 Hamberlin, Emil: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 21 Folder 1 Harris, Dillard: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 21 Folder 2 Hartman, Hermene: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 21 Folder 3 Hartman, Hermene: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 21 Folder 4 Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 21 Folder 5 Jackson, Rev. A.P.: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 21 Folder 6 Kennon, Lawrence: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1 of 2
Box 21 Folder 7 Kennon, Lawrence: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 2 of 2
Box 22 Folder 1 Lafontant, Jewel: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 2 Mingo, Charles: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 3 Neal, Earl: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 4 Nolan, Sam: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 5 Rawls, Dr. Louis: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 6 Rice, Fred: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 22 Folder 7 Salter, Roger: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 1 Saunders, Ella: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 2 Smith, Doris V.: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 3 Stell, Betty: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 4 Walton, Sylvia: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 5 Willis, Standish: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 6 Winbush, Leroy: Edited Transcript (Final Version)
Box 23 Folder 7 Conclusion
Box 24 Folder 1 Administrative Files, 1990-1999
Box 24 Folder 2 Administrative Files, 2000-2008
Box 24 Folder 3 Administrative Files, [n.d.]
Phillips-DuSable Oral History Project Transcripts
Box 25 Folder 1 Egan Center – Essays on Phillips-DuSable oral history project, 1996
Box 25 Folder 2 Egan Center – William “Bill” Atkins: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 25 Folder 3 Egan Center – Anonymous interview, 1995
Box 25 Folder 4 Egan Center – Wilks Battle: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 5 Egan Center – Ebony Benjamin and Ricardo Woods: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 25 Folder 6 Egan Center – Walter “Buddy” Brown interview: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1994
Box 25 Folder 7 Egan Center – Jerry Butler: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1992
Box 25 Folder 8 Egan Center – Irma Clark: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 9 Egan Center – Frank Couch: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 25 Folder 10 Egan Center – William Cousins: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1993
Box 25 Folder 11 Egan Center – William Daniels: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 25 Folder 12 Egan Center – Gwendolyn Davis: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 13 Egan Center – Commander Milton Deas: Edited Transcript (Final Version), [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 14 Egan Center – Benjamin Duster: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1993
Box 25 Folder 15 Egan Center – Jimmy Ellis: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 16 Egan Center – Morris Ellis and Jimmy Ellis: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 17 Egan Center – Raymond “Ray” Fanning: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1991
Box 25 Folder 18 Egan Center – Clara Fitzpatrick: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 25 Folder 19 Egan Center – Five Phillips High School Students: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 25 Folder 20 Egan Center – Timothy “Tim” Galloway: Edited Transcript (Final Version), [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 21 Egan Center – Shirley Glover: Edited Transcript (Final Version), [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 22 Egan Center – Lolita Green: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 1 Egan Center – Emil Hamber: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 2 Egan Center – Dillard Harris: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 3 Egan Center – James Isbell: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1991
Box 26 Folder 4 Egan Center – Arbria Nelson Johnson: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 26 Folder 5 Egan Center – Barbara Lawrence (wife of Robert Lawrence) and Dr. Frances Welsing: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1993
Box 26 Folder 6 Egan Center – Charles Mingo: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 7 Egan Center – Rudy Nimrocks: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1993
Box 26 Folder 8 Egan Center – Alonzo Parham: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1991
Box 26 Folder 9 Egan Center – Roger Salter: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Box 26 Folder 10 Egan Center – Dionne Smith: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 11 Egan Center – Doris Smith: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 12 Egan Center – Betty Stell: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 13 Egan Center – Juanita Tucker: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1996
Box 26 Folder 14 Egan Center – Stephanett Walker: Edited Transcript (Final Version), 1995
Manuscripts – Other Authors
Box 27 Folder 1 Archer, Tamela. “Dempsey Travis: Father of Chatham Economics,” 1996
Box 27 Folder 2 Barnes, Kenneth C. “Black Americans Who Returned to Africa: The Survival of Oral Tradition from the Late 1800s,” ca. 2000
Box 27 Folder 3 Bennett, Lerone, Jr. Essay on The Color Purple , [n.d.]
Box 27 Folder 4 Blakely, Robert J. “Earl B. Dickerson: Uncompromising Voice of Freedom and Equality,” 1984 (Chapters 1-3)
Box 27 Folder 5 Blakely, Robert J. “Earl B. Dickerson: Uncompromising Voice of Freedom and Equality,” 1984 (Chapters 4-7)
Box 27 Folder 6 Blakely, Robert J. “Earl B. Dickerson: Uncompromising Voice of Freedom and Equality,” 1984 (Chapters 8-12)
Box 27 Folder 7 Branion, Jade. “Health Care Justice: My Father’s Struggle for Civil Rights,” 1998
Box 27 Folder 8 Brown, Oscar Jr. “The Road to Cultural Revolution,” [n.d.]
Box 27 Folder 9 Brown, Oscar C. Sr. “By a Thread.” Vantage Press, 1983
Box 27 Folder 10 Caine, Daniel Charles. “Duke Ellington: Triumph and Tragedy,” 1980 (p. 1-123)
Box 27 Folder 11 Caine, Daniel Charles. “Duke Ellington: Triumph and Tragedy,” 1980 (p. 124-251)
Box 27 Folder 12 Cameron, John. “Illinois Blue: Building the Progressive Political Coalition in Illinois,” ca. 2005
Box 27 Folder 13 Carl, Jim. “Harold Washington and Chicago’s Schools between Civil Rights and the Decline of the New Deal Consensus 1955-1987,” ca. 2000
Box 28 Folder 1 Clark, Terry Nichols, ed. “Trees and Real Violins: Building Post-Industrial Chicago,” ca. 2000
Box 28 Folder 2 Cox, Anna-Lisa. “Your Friend and School Mate: Education and Socialization in Covert, Michigan,” [n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 3 Cruse, Harold W. “Interludes with Duke Ellington,” [n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 4 Danns, Dionne A. “Something Better for Our Children: Black Organizing in the Chicago Public Schools 1963-1971,” doctoral diss., 2001
Box 28 Folder 5 Dawson, Michael. “Black Discontent: The Preliminary Report on the 1993-1994 National Black Politics Study,” 1994
Box 28 Folder 6 Dube, Caleb. “Between Starvation and Stardom: Local Chicago Blues Musicians as Cultural Workers 1995-1999,” 1999
Box 28 Folder 7 Duster, Benjamin. “The Employment Disaster: Facing Chicago Public School Students,” 1991
Box 28 Folder 8 Duster, Benjamin C. “You Will Soon Be Powerless, Not Powerful, Unless You Help to Educate, Educate, Educate Our Brothers and Sisters,” 1990
Box 28 Folder 9 Eastwood, Carolyn. “Near West Side Stories: Struggles for Community in Chicago’s Maxwell Street Neighborhood,” 2001
Box 28 Folder 10 Elms, Alison. “Biographical Sketch of Sherry Ann Sherrod DuPre,” 1996 (See also Correspondence)
Box 28 Folder 11 Estes, Steve. “Black Troops in WWII,” 2003 (Chapter 1)
Box 28 Folder 12 Ford, Vernon. “A Draft Commentary on the Proposed Westside Stadium Site…,” 1989
Box 28 Folder 13 Ford, Vernon. “Modification of DOH Multi-Unit Housing Unit and CHA Program Dispersal Needs…Chicago Black Communities,” [n.d.]
Box 28 Folder 14 Fouch, Aretha. “African Americans and the 1968 and 1996 Democratic National Convention,” 1996
Box 29 Folder 1 Gierach, James E. “Love That Drug War,” 1966
Box 29 Folder 2 Hammond, Theresa. “The Virtue of Professional Cooperation: African American CPAs in 1940s Chicago,” 1999
Box 29 Folder 3 Hand, Oscar DePriest Jr. and Elaine Roberts. “Preview Book of Looking Closer at Chicago’s Ethnic Histories and Stepping into the Past,” [n.d.]
Box 29 Folder 4 Hardy, Marie. “The Near West Side,” 1996
Box 29 Folder 5 Hawking, Jim. “Richard Salisbury Williamson,” 1992
Box 29 Folder 6 Hoke, Gordon. “The High School as Theater for Community Drama,” 1992
Box 29 Folder 7 Huntley, Horace. “Five Generations Since Emancipation: A History of Betrayal of Africans in America,” 1995
Box 29 Folder 8 Huntley, Horace. “The Million Man March,” 1995
Box 29 Folder 9 Hyra, Derek. “Documenting a Comprehensive Community Change Process in the Bronzeville Neighborhood of Mid-South Chicago,” 1999
Box 29 Folder 10 Hyra, Derek. “A New World A-Coming: The Transformation of Bronzeville and Harlem Interrogating the Notion of Urban Redevelopment,” 2002
Box 29 Folder 11 Hyra, Derek. “Revisiting Urban Community Change Theory: An Exploration of External and Internal Processes,” 2001
Box 29 Folder 12 Johnson, Cheryl. “TV Commercials: The Social and Economic Implications for Men of Color,” 1991
Box 29 Folder 13 Johnson, Roberta Ann. “African Americans and Homelessness: Moving Through History,” [n.d.]
Box 29 Folder 14 Jones, John Calvin. “Liability and Sensibility: The Significance of the FBI Files on Hiring Practices,” 2000
Box 29 Folder 15 Jones, Mack. “On Display: Hypocrisy, Deceit and Arrogance: Bush and the Invasion of Iraq,” 2003
Box 29 Folder 16 Joseph, Frank S. “To Love Mercy,” 2005
Box 29 Folder 17 Kalven, Jamie. Radio essay about community at Stateway Gardens, 1998
Box 29 Folder 18 Kersten, Andrew E. “One Woman Against History: The Wisconsin Experiment in Fair Employment Practices, 1945-1964,” ca. 2000
Box 29 Folder 19 Kimble, Lionel Jr., “Soldiers of the Homefront: Home, Work and World War II, Chicago 1940-1945,” 2000
Box 30 Folder 1 Klempner, Mark. “The Rescuers,” 2003 (p. 1-81)
Box 30 Folder 2 Klempner, Mark. “The Rescuers,” 2003 (p. 82-164)
Box 30 Folder 3 Klempner, Mark. “The Rescuers,” 2003 (p. 165-236)
Box 30 Folder 4 Klempner, Mark. “The Rescuers,” 2003 (p. 165-236)
Box 30 Folder 5 Lewis, Marjorie B. and Sheila D. Ards. “Redistricting in Denver: A Voting Scenario of One Newly Developed District with Methodological Implications…,” 1992
Box 30 Folder 6 Mack, Elaine, Judith M. Hochberg, ed. “Black Classical Musicians in Philadelphia,” 1998, 2000
Box 30 Folder 7 Marx, Robert J. “The Current State of Black-Jewish Relations in the City of Chicago,” [n.d.]
Box 30 Folder 8 McKersie, Robert B. “Race Relations and the Civil Rights Movement—One Man’s Personal Journey,” 2004
Box 30 Folder 9 McKersie, Robert B. “Equal Opportunities,” 1962
Box 30 Folder 10 Mitchell, Judson C. “Black Political Leadership in Chicago, 1955-1975: An Analysis of the Richard J. Daley Era,” 1990
Box 30 Folder 11 Morrison, Minion K.C. “The Realignment of South African Political Parties, 1994-1999,” 2000
Box 30 Folder 12 Mosby, Sisi Donald. “American Cowboys and Other Essays,” [n.d.]
Box 30 Folder 13 Motley, Susan. “Thora,” 1998
Box 30 Folder 14 See Oversize Box 257
Box 30 Folder 15 Olson, Karen. “Recapturing Anthropology: History, Culture and the Renegotiation of Race,” 1999
Box 30 Folder 16 Pacyga, Dominic A. “Chicago’s Ethnic Neighborhoods: The Myth of Stability and the Reality of Change,” ca. 1990s
Box 30 Folder 17 Parks, Paul. “The Schooled-Outed Population: A Form of Social Inequality,” 1978
Box 30 Folder 18 Pattilo, Mary E. “The Invisible Black Middle Class,” 1998
Box 31 Folder 1 Pennington, Leslie T. “Belonging in the Family,” 1957
Box 31 Folder 2 Piliawsky, Monte. “Does a Democratic President Make a Difference? African Americans and the Clinton Administration at Mid-Term,” 1995
Box 31 Folder 3 Pitcher, Alvin. [untitled] Housing and Desegregation, ca. 1960
Box 31 Folder 4 Plotkin, Wendy. “Neighbors and Boundaries: Racial Restrictive Covenants in Chicago, 1900-1948,” 1998
Box 31 Folder 5 Plummer, Brenda Gayle. “America’s Dilemma: Race, Civil Rights and Foreign Affairs, 1945-1988,” [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 6 Poe, Tracy N. “African American Migrant Foodways in Chicago’s Black Metropolis,” [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 7 Ramey, Fredric D. “Violence: Roots and Ramifications, Conflicts and Colonialism,” 1974
Box 31 Folder 8 Reed, Adolph Jr. “An Agenda for People,” 1992
Box 31 Folder 9 Reed, Adolph Jr. “Sources of Demobilization in the New Black Political Regime … in the Post-Segregation Era,” 1995
Box 31 Folder 10 Reed, Christopher Robert. “The Chicago NAACP, 1910-1957: Its Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs,” 1993
Box 31 Folder 11 Skotnes, Andor. “The Interviewee as Historian,” ca. 1995
Box 31 Folder 12 Solomon, Benjamin. “History as Reparations,” 2001
Box 31 Folder 13 Solomon, Benjamin. “Jim Crow South: Totalitarian Regime Harbored in a National Democratic System,” [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 14 Solomon, Benjamin. “Measuring by the Same Scale: The Reparations Issue,” 2001
Box 31 Folder 15 Starks, Robert. “Community Organizations, Neighborhood Associations and Urban Politics: The Case of Harold Washington’s Crusade and Election in Chicago in 1983,” 1991
Box 31 Folder 16 Stradford, Laurel. “Who Is Jemima Goldspink and Where in the World Is She?” [n.d.]
Box 31 Folder 17 Taylor, Henry Louis Jr. “Creating the Metropolis in Black and White: Black Suburbanization and the Planning Movement in Cincinnati, 1900-1950,” ca. 1995
Box 31 Folder 18 Watson, Wayne D. “The Development of a Model for the Generation of Data for a Social Science Curriculum,” doctoral diss., 1972 (second copy with appendices)
Box 31 Folder 19 Weinstein, Rabbi Jacob W. “The Atonement of a Nation,” sermon delivered September 27, 1963
Box 31 Folder 20 Wilson, William Julius. “The New Economy and Racial Inequality,” 2003
Box 32 Folder 1 Young, Beatrice. “An Attempt to Adjust Middle-Class Values of the Teacher with Values of Her Lower-Class Students,” 1961
Box 32 Folder 2 Misc. mss. – no known author
Box 32 Folder 3 Misc. texts – some authors unknown
 
Series 3: Correspondence, 1950-2009
Timuel Black, Jr. Personal Correspondence
Box 34 Folder 1 Correspondence, Abner, Willoughby, 1962
Box 34 Folder 2 Correspondence, Abrams, Warner, 2004
Box 34 Folder 3 Correspondence, Alexander, Gwendolyn, 1999
Box 34 Folder 4 Correspondence, Allen, Ernest, 1994
Box 34 Folder 5 Correspondence, Allensworth, Robert, 1993
Box 34 Folder 6 Correspondence, Almada, Jeannette, 1997
Box 34 Folder 7 Correspondence, Anderson, Glenn, 1968
Box 34 Folder 8 Correspondence, Anderson, Helen, 1966
Box 34 Folder 9 Correspondence, Anderson, Maurice, 2002
Box 34 Folder 10 Correspondence, Apartheid Chain letters, 1990-1991
Box 34 Folder 11 Correspondence, Apter, Miriam, 1994
Box 34 Folder 12 Correspondence, Arnesen, Eric, 2004
Box 34 Folder 13 Correspondence, Assem, Katey, 2004
Box 34 Folder 14 Correspondence, Ayele, Hayelom, 2005
Box 34 Folder 15 Correspondence, Ayers, John S., 1993
Box 34 Folder 16 Correspondence, Backas, Paul J., 1995
Box 34 Folder 17 Correspondence, Badgley, Reed, 2005-2006
Box 34 Folder 18 Correspondence, Baker, Sylvester, 2006
Box 34 Folder 19 Correspondence, Baron, Harold, 1969
Box 34 Folder 20 Correspondence, Barone, Anthony, 2009
Box 34 Folder 21 Correspondence, Barrett, Brenetta Howell, 2005
Box 34 Folder 22 Correspondence, Bates, Beth, 1995
Box 34 Folder 23 Correspondence, Bell, Carl, 2005
Box 34 Folder 24 Correspondence, Bell, Clyde, 1998
Box 34 Folder 25 Correspondence, Belsky, Michael, 2007
Box 34 Folder 26 Correspondence, Benedict, Don, 1994
Box 34 Folder 27 Correspondence, Binford, Henry, 2001
Box 34 Folder 28 Correspondence, Birnbaum, Irving, 1965
Box 34 Folder 29 Correspondence, Bistrow, Van, 2009
Box 34 Folder 30 Correspondence, Blanton, Anne, 2000
Box 34 Folder 31 Correspondence, Bloom, Charles, 1962
Box 34 Folder 32 Correspondence, Bocanegra, Ines, 2003
Box 34 Folder 33 Correspondence, Bodley, Rev. Simon, 1968
Box 34 Folder 34 Correspondence, Bota, Navja, 2003
Box 34 Folder 35 Correspondence, Brail, Mabel, 1996
Box 34 Folder 36 Correspondence, Brail, Philip, 1981
Box 34 Folder 37 Correspondence, Branch, Morel, 2001
Box 34 Folder 38 Correspondence, Brandon, Jessmona, 1993
Box 34 Folder 39 Correspondence, Brannon, Marguerite, 1997
Box 34 Folder 40 Correspondence, Braun, Carol Moseley, 1991-2003
Box 34 Folder 41 Correspondence, Breems, Brad, 2005
Box 34 Folder 42 Correspondence, Bridgeforth, Wanda, 1997
Box 34 Folder 43 Correspondence, Briggs, Albert, 1967
Box 34 Folder 44 Correspondence, Brooks, Doris, 2002-2003
Box 34 Folder 45 Correspondence, Brooks, Reda, 1991
Box 34 Folder 46 Correspondence, Brown, Abena Joan, [n.d.]
Box 34 Folder 47 Correspondence, Brown, Dallas, 2002
Box 34 Folder 48 Correspondence, Brown, Jesse, 1993-1994
Box 34 Folder 49 Correspondence, Brown, Joan P., 1978
Box 34 Folder 50 Correspondence, Brown, Zenia, 1980
Box 34 Folder 51 Correspondence, Buckner, Robert J., 1979
Box 34 Folder 52 Correspondence, Bullock, Gerald, 1965
Box 34 Folder 53 Correspondence, Bullock, Larry, 1974
Box 34 Folder 54 Correspondence, Bundles, A’Lelia, 1995
Box 34 Folder 55 Correspondence, Burgess, Dwight, 1993
Box 34 Folder 56 Correspondence, Burris, Roland, 1981-1993
Box 34 Folder 57 Correspondence, Burroughs, Margaret, 1993
Box 34 Folder 58 Correspondence, Byrd, Manfred, 1984-1985
Box 34 Folder 59
Correspondence, Caise, Lisa 1998-2004
Box 34 Folder 60 Correspondence, Calhoun, John C., 1976
Box 34 Folder 61
Correspondence, Calloway, John, 2009
Box 34 Folder 62 Correspondence, Cambridge, Vibert C., 2004
Box 34 Folder 63 Correspondence, Carl, Jim, 2000
Box 34 Folder 64 Correspondence, Carnahan, Jean, 2002
Box 34 Folder 65 Correspondence, Carroll Family (Rev. Harry Carroll), 1962
Box 34 Folder 66 Correspondence, Carruth, Marlies Ann, 2003
Box 34 Folder 67 Correspondence, Carryon, Paul, 2006
Box 34 Folder 68 Correspondence, Carter, Allene, 2000
Box 34 Folder 69
Correspondence, Cassata, Donna, 1996
Box 34 Folder 70 Correspondence, [Cesario], Cheryl, 2004
Box 34 Folder 71 Correspondence, Chambers, David E., 1996
Box 34 Folder 72 Correspondence, Chicago Motor Club, 1973
Box 34 Folder 73 Correspondence, Childs, Josie, 1981-2009
Box 34 Folder 74 Correspondence, Civinelli, Patty, 2000
Box 35 Folder 1 Correspondence, Claerbaut, A. Alyce, 1996
Box 35 Folder 2 Correspondence, Clements, Father George, 2008
Box 35 Folder 3 Correspondence, Clinton, William Jefferson, 1993
Box 35 Folder 4 Correspondence, Cohen, Milt, 1992
Box 35 Folder 5 Correspondence, Cole, Carole, 2006
Box 35 Folder 6 Correspondence, Coleman, Jackie, 2006
Box 35 Folder 7 Correspondence, Coley-Morris, Beverly, 2006
Box 35 Folder 8 Correspondence, Collins, Cardiss, 1981
Box 35 Folder 9 Correspondence, Conway, Mary Alice, 1967
Box 35 Folder 10 Correspondence, Conyers, John, 1974
Box 35 Folder 11 Correspondence, Cook, Beverly, 2005
Box 35 Folder 12 Correspondence, Cosby, Bill, 1986-1987
Box 35 Folder 13 Correspondence, Cousins, Solon B., 1975
Box 35 Folder 14 Correspondence, Creamer, Robert, 2005-2006
Box 35 Folder 15 Correspondence, Cress, Ida Mae, 1992
Box 35 Folder 16 Correspondence, Crewdson, Arlene, 2005
Box 35 Folder 17 Correspondence, Crisp, Mary, 2002
Box 35 Folder 18 Correspondence, Cunningham, Albert D., 1993-1996
Box 35 Folder 19 Correspondence, Currie, Barbara Flynn, 2003
Box 35 Folder 20 Correspondence, Cursach, Yolanda Cesta, 2003
Box 35 Folder 21 Correspondence, Daley, Richard J., ca. 1960s
Box 35 Folder 22 Correspondence, Daley, Richard M., 2002
Box 35 Folder 23 Correspondence, Daniels, William J., 1963-2006
Box 35 Folder 24 Correspondence, Dash, Ruth and Leon, 1995-2005
Box 35 Folder 25 Correspondence, Davidson, Mary, ca. 1982
Box 35 Folder 26 Correspondence, Davis, Dr. Carrie E., 1981
Box 35 Folder 27 Correspondence, Davis, Charles, 1979
Box 35 Folder 28 Correspondence, Davis, Danny K., 2009
Box 35 Folder 29 Correspondence, Davis, Monique, 2006
Box 35 Folder 30 Correspondence, Daspit, Gil, 2000
Box 35 Folder 31 Correspondence, Degolia, Rachel Rosen, 1983
Box 35 Folder 32 Correspondence, Despres, Leon M., 1964-2007
Box 35 Folder 33 Correspondence, DeVine, Nazaris A., 1974
Box 35 Folder 34 Correspondence, DeVise, Betty, 1991
Box 35 Folder 35 Correspondence, Dewey, Jane, 1991
Box 35 Folder 36 Correspondence, Dickerson, Amina, 1996
Box 35 Folder 37 Correspondence, Dickerson, Dennis C., 2003
Box 35 Folder 38 Correspondence, Dixon, Carol Jean Anderson, 1999
Box 35 Folder 39 Correspondence, Dixon, Tori, 2006
Box 35 Folder 40 Correspondence, Doherty, Jay D., 1986
Box 35 Folder 41 Correspondence, Dominguez, Pamela, 2007
Box 35 Folder 42 Correspondence, Donaldson, Bess, 1989
Box 35 Folder 43 Correspondence, Drake, St. Clair, 1965
Box 35 Folder 44 Correspondence, Durham, Clarice, 2003-2009
Box 35 Folder 45 Correspondence, Durbin, Senator Dick, 2009
Box 35 Folder 46 Correspondence, Dupuis, Danielle, 2000
Box 35 Folder 47 Correspondence, Dutton, William D., 1963
Box 35 Folder 48 Correspondence, Edgar, Governor Jim, 1991
Box 35 Folder 49 Correspondence, Elitzik, Paul, 1997
Box 35 Folder 50 Correspondence, Ell, Susan, 2005
Box 35 Folder 51 Correspondence, Elsmo, Leif, 2003
Box 35 Folder 52 Correspondence, Epton, Bernard E., 1978
Box 35 Folder 53 Correspondence, Evans, Judith, 1964
Box 35 Folder 54 Correspondence, Evans, Timothy C., 1982
Box 35 Folder 55 Correspondence, Faix, Dr. Tom, 1965
Box 35 Folder 56 Correspondence, Falk, Walter and Gretchen, 2005-2008
Box 35 Folder 57 Correspondence, Fernandes, Sujatha, 1999
Box 35 Folder 58 Correspondence, Field, Caryn, 1999
Box 35 Folder 59 Correspondence, Field, Nora, 1998
Box 35 Folder 60 Correspondence, Finkel, Rose, 1965
Box 35 Folder 61 Correspondence, Finnigan, Thomas, 1988
Box 35 Folder 62 Correspondence, Fischer, Paul, 2006
Box 35 Folder 63 Correspondence, Fischer, Sunny, 1994
Box 35 Folder 64 Correspondence, Flannery, (?), 2007
Box 35 Folder 65 Correspondence, Fleming, Bruce E., 1977
Box 35 Folder 66 Correspondence, Flory, Ishmael, 1981
Box 35 Folder 67 Correspondence, Flowers, Laurie P., 1994
Box 35 Folder 68 Correspondence, Forman, James, 2001
Box 35 Folder 69 Correspondence, Formanski, Karen, 2001
Box 35 Folder 70 Correspondence, Forney, William, 1965
Box 35 Folder 71 Correspondence, Fox, Vivian, 2003
Box 36 Folder 1 Correspondence, Franklin, Susie, 2003
Box 36 Folder 2 Correspondence, Frazier, Wynetta A., 1980
Box 36 Folder 3 Correspondence, Fremd High School, 2004
Box 36 Folder 4 Correspondence, Frias, Roxanne, 2008
Box 36 Folder 5 Correspondence, Furry, William, 2004
Box 36 Folder 6 Correspondence, Gabert, Glen, 1984
Box 36 Folder 7 Correspondence, Gabor, Jeanne, 1976
Box 36 Folder 8 Correspondence, Garrett, Jim, 2006
Box 36 Folder 9 Correspondence, Garvin, C.W., 1963
Box 36 Folder 10 Correspondence, Gassman, David F., 1979
Box 36 Folder 11 Correspondence, Geisel, Harold W., 1963
Box 36 Folder 12 Correspondence, Giermak, Mary F., 2007
Box 36 Folder 13 Correspondence, Gilfoyle, Timothy J., 2007
Box 36 Folder 14 Correspondence, Gillis, Kenneth L., 1991
Box 36 Folder 15 Correspondence, Gonzalez-Lowry, Teri, 2009
Box 36 Folder 16 Correspondence, Gooden, Walter J., 1985
Box 36 Folder 17 Correspondence, Grairnuss, Delores, ca. 1960
Box 36 Folder 18 Correspondence, Grajer, Shawna, 2009
Box 36 Folder 19 Correspondence, Grammy Foundation, ca. 2005
Box 36 Folder 20 Correspondence, Green, Adam, 1999
Box 36 Folder 21 Correspondence, Green, Walter A., 2005
Box 36 Folder 22 Correspondence, Grey, Harvette, 2005
Box 36 Folder 23 Correspondence, Gulley, Rosemarie, 1990
Box 36 Folder 24 Correspondence, Guster, Roy B., 2006
Box 36 Folder 25 Correspondence, Guyson, Shela B., 1963
Box 36 Folder 26 Correspondence, Hairston, Leslie A., 2008
Box 36 Folder 27 Correspondence, Hall, Charles “Chuck” and Yolanda “Bobby,” 2003
Box 36 Folder 28 Correspondence, Hamilton, Charles V., 1994
Box 36 Folder 29 Correspondence, Hanney, Suzanne, 2006
Box 36 Folder 30 Correspondence, Hansen, Larry, 1985
Box 36 Folder 31 Correspondence, Hatcher, Richard Gordon, 1991
Box 36 Folder 32 Correspondence, Havighurst, Robert J., 1965
Box 36 Folder 33 Correspondence, Hawkins, Augustus “Gus,” 1981
Box 36 Folder 34 Correspondence, Hawkins, Kimberly L., 2001
Box 36 Folder 35 Correspondence, Hayes, Floyd W. III, 1993
Box 36 Folder 36 Correspondence, Hayes, Charles, 1991
Box 36 Folder 37 Correspondence, Hayes, Ed, 1960
Box 36 Folder 38 Correspondence, Hayes, Edward M., 1983
Box 36 Folder 39 Correspondence, Hayes, Greta, 1989
Box 36 Folder 40 Correspondence, Heckman, Jane, 1964
Box 36 Folder 41 Correspondence, Hellwig, Maureen, 2004
Box 36 Folder 42 Correspondence, Henry, Henrietta G., 2003
Box 36 Folder 43 Correspondence, Herford, Peter M., 1991
Box 36 Folder 44 Correspondence, Herrick, Mary J., 1961-1987
Box 36 Folder 45 Correspondence, Herst, Milton, 2002-2008
Box 36 Folder 46 Correspondence, Heuston, Wendy P., 1996
Box 36 Folder 47 Correspondence, Hinderer, Moira, 2005
Box 36 Folder 48 Correspondence, Hixson, Judson, 1980
Box 36 Folder 49 Correspondence, Hoefsmit, Sjef, 1997
Box 36 Folder 50 Correspondence, Hoereth, Joseph, 2003
Box 36 Folder 51 Correspondence, Hoke, Gordon, 1984-1994
Box 36 Folder 52 Correspondence, Holden, Matthew Jr., 1990
Box 36 Folder 53 Correspondence, Holloway, Larry, 1999
Box 36 Folder 54 Correspondence, Holloway, LaShawn, 2008
Box 37 Folder 1 Correspondence, Holman, Claude, 1963-1965
Box 37 Folder 2 Correspondence, Hopson, Virginia, 2006
Box 37 Folder 3 Correspondence, Hoxha, Tim, 1995
Box 37 Folder 4 Correspondence, Hudson, Theodore “Ted,” 1994
Box 37 Folder 5 Correspondence, Hughes, Mattie L., 1974
Box 37 Folder 6 Correspondence, Huff, Douglas Jr., 1982
Box 37 Folder 7 Correspondence, Hull, Kevin M., 2004
Box 37 Folder 8 Correspondence, Jackson, Jesse, 1974
Box 37 Folder 9 Correspondence, Jackson, Mannie, 2005
Box 37 Folder 10 Correspondence, Jackson, Richard S. Jr., 2006
Box 37 Folder 11 Correspondence, Jager, Judy Green, 2009
Box 37 Folder 12 Correspondence, James, Dante, 1995
Box 37 Folder 13 Correspondence, Jefferson, Nancy, 1981
Box 37 Folder 14 Correspondence, Jessie (?), 1964
Box 37 Folder 15 Correspondence, Johnson, Georgette, 2001
Box 37 Folder 16 Correspondence, Johnson, Lars, 2005
Box 37 Folder 17 Correspondence, Johnson, Nathalie, 2003
Box 37 Folder 18 Correspondence, Johnson, Qiana, 1999
Box 37 Folder 19 Correspondence, Jones, Frank V., 1977
Box 37 Folder 20 Correspondence, Jones, Lovana, 1999
Box 37 Folder 21 Correspondence, Jordan, Barbara, 1974
Box 37 Folder 22 Correspondence, Kalin-Miller, Maryanne, 1995
Box 37 Folder 23 Correspondence, Kalven, Jamie, 1994-1995
Box 37 Folder 24 Correspondence, Karanja, Sokoni, 2008
Box 37 Folder 25 Correspondence, Kawalek, Thaddeus, 1964
Box 37 Folder 26 Correspondence, Kawashima, Masaki, 2001-2002
Box 37 Folder 27 Correspondence, Keller, Beth, 2006
Box 37 Folder 28 Correspondence, Kelly, Mary M., 1982
Box 37 Folder 29 Correspondence, Kennedy, Jacqueline, 1963
Box 37 Folder 30 Correspondence, Kennon, Lawrence, 1989
Box 37 Folder 31 Correspondence, King, George, 1993
Box 37 Folder 32 Correspondence, King, Mary, 1963
Box 37 Folder 33 Correspondence, Kleppner, Paul, 1995
Box 37 Folder 34 Correspondence, Kobel, Cynthia, 1999
Box 37 Folder 35 Correspondence, Krug, Mark, 1963
Box 37 Folder 36 Correspondence, Krugman, Millie, 1989
Box 37 Folder 37 Correspondence, Kucheman, Clark, 1962
Box 37 Folder 38 Correspondence, Laeser, Betty, 1965
Box 37 Folder 39 Correspondence, Lane, Vincent, 1991
Box 37 Folder 40 Correspondence, Langford, Cecily, 2006
Box 37 Folder 41 Correspondence, Lapanja, Margie, 2001
Box 37 Folder 42 Correspondence, Laure-al Samarai, Nicola, 1997-1998
Box 37 Folder 43 Correspondence, Leaming, Hugo, 1963-1976
Box 37 Folder 44 Correspondence, Lehmann, J.P., 1998
Box 37 Folder 45 Correspondence, Leo (?), 1997
Box 37 Folder 46 Correspondence, Lewis, Catherine, 1996
Box 37 Folder 47 Correspondence, Lewis, Ronald, 1981
Box 37 Folder 48 Correspondence, Links, 1965
Box 37 Folder 49 Correspondence, Llewellyn, Beth, 2008
Box 37 Folder 50 Correspondence, Logan, Stanley, 2004
Box 37 Folder 51 Correspondence, Long, John W., 1998
Box 37 Folder 52 Correspondence, Love, Ruth, 1984
Box 37 Folder 53 Correspondence, Love-springs (The Women of), 2005
Box 37 Folder 54 Correspondence, Lucas, Anna, 1961-1982
Box 37 Folder 55 Correspondence, Lynn, Faye, 1996
Box 37 Folder 56 Correspondence, Lyons, John F., 2006
Box 37 Folder 57 Correspondence, Mack, John, 1968
Box 37 Folder 58 Correspondence, Macsa, Gerry, 1962
Box 37 Folder 59 Correspondence, Maldonado-Delwiche, Ruthie, 1997
Box 37 Folder 60 Correspondence, Mann, Robert, 1975-1979
Box 37 Folder 61 Correspondence, Martin, Louis, 1979
Box 37 Folder 62 Correspondence, Marx, Robert, 1997-1998
Box 37 Folder 63 Correspondence, Mashaw, Benjamin, 1999
Box 37 Folder 64 Correspondence, Mason, Godfrey, 2005
Box 37 Folder 65 Correspondence, Masotti, Louis, 1979
Box 37 Folder 66 Correspondence, Matthews, Tracy, 1998
Box 37 Folder 67 Correspondence, Mauksch, Hans, 1965
Box 37 Folder 68 Correspondence, Maxson, John, 2005
Box 37 Folder 69 Correspondence, Mayberry, Claude, 2000
Box 37 Folder 70 Correspondence, Mayfield, Loomis, 1996
Box 37 Folder 71 Correspondence, Maynard, Thomas, 1962
Box 38 Folder 1 Correspondence, McBrien, Judith, 1997; 2004-2005
Box 38 Folder 2 Correspondence, McClellan, Keith, 1963
Box 38 Folder 3 Correspondence, McClerk, John, 1996
Box 38 Folder 4 Correspondence, McCulloh, Judith, 1997
Box 38 Folder 5 Correspondence, McDonough, Michael, 1992
Box 38 Folder 6 Correspondence, McDowall, Eleanor, 2010
Box 38 Folder 7 Correspondence, McKay, Jackie, 1999
Box 38 Folder 8 Correspondence, McKersie, Robert, 1963; 1998-2001
Box 38 Folder 9 Correspondence, McLellan, Marjorie, 1997
Box 38 Folder 10 Correspondence, McLennon, Rita, 1998
Box 38 Folder 11 Correspondence, Metcalfe, Ralph, 1974
Box 38 Folder 12 Correspondence, Meyer, Muffie, 1964
Box 38 Folder 13 Correspondence, Mikva, Abner, 1963-1965; 2001
Box 38 Folder 14 Correspondence, Miller, Jay, 1980
Box 38 Folder 15 Correspondence, Miller, Peg, 1968
Box 38 Folder 16 Correspondence, Mink, Patsy, 1980
Box 38 Folder 17 Correspondence, Mitchell, Eileen, 2003
Box 38 Folder 18 Correspondence, Mitchell, Parren, 1972
Box 38 Folder 19 Correspondence, Mitchell-Davis, Judy, 1993
Box 38 Folder 20 Correspondence, Montgomery, James, 1978
Box 38 Folder 21 Correspondence, Montgomery, Stephanie, 2004
Box 38 Folder 22 Correspondence, Moore, Gaynell, 1996
Box 38 Folder 23 Correspondence, Moore, Stanley, 1991
Box 38 Folder 24 Correspondence, Morocco, Catherine, 1982
Box 38 Folder 25 Correspondence, Moser, Joseph, 1990
Box 38 Folder 26 Correspondence, Motley, Archibald III, 1994-2002
Box 38 Folder 27 Correspondence, Muhammed, Sanonia, 1997
Box 38 Folder 28 Correspondence, Mulkey, Floyd, 1963
Box 38 Folder 29 Correspondence, Murphy, George, 1973
Box 38 Folder 30 Correspondence, Myers, Nancy, 1963
Box 38 Folder 31 Correspondence, Myles, Erica E., 1997
Box 38 Folder 32 Correspondence, Nathenson, Cary, 2002
Box 38 Folder 33 Correspondence, Nave, Kenneth S., 2005
Box 38 Folder 34 Correspondence, Nelson, Stanley, 1998
Box 38 Folder 35 Correspondence, Njuguna, Edith W., 2001
Box 38 Folder 36 Correspondence, Norman, Martha P., 1988
Box 38 Folder 37 Correspondence, Norman, Nerissa, 1998
Box 38 Folder 38 Correspondence, Norman, Ralph B., 1990
Box 38 Folder 39 Correspondence, Nyden, Phil
Box 38 Folder 40 Correspondence, Obama, Barack, ca. 2000
Box 38 Folder 41 Correspondence, Oberman, Martin, 1983
Box 38 Folder 42 Correspondence, O’Dell, J.H. “Jack,” 1966
Box 38 Folder 43 Correspondence, O’Malley, Patricia, 2009
Box 38 Folder 44 Correspondence, Ordower, Sid, 1979
Box 38 Folder 45 Correspondence, Orr, David, 1995-2008
Box 38 Folder 46 Correspondence, Otwell, Ralph, 1978
Box 38 Folder 47 Correspondence, Owen, Dewi Vaughan, 1993
Box 38 Folder 48 Correspondence, Palmer, A. Laurie, 2002
Box 38 Folder 49 Correspondence, Palmer, Alice J., 1992
Box 38 Folder 50 Correspondence, Parfenhoff, Peggy, 2004
Box 38 Folder 51 Correspondence, Parker, Stephen A., 2002
Box 38 Folder 52 Correspondence, Patterson, William M., 2004
Box 38 Folder 53 Correspondence, Paulson, John, [n.d.]
Box 38 Folder 54 Correspondence, Pearse, Toks, 1990
Box 38 Folder 55 Correspondence, Pearson, Barbara Ann, 1982
Box 38 Folder 56 Correspondence, Percy, Charles H., 1970-1982
Box 38 Folder 57 Correspondence, Perkins, Julia, 1994
Box 38 Folder 58 Correspondence, Perry, Adrienne, 1994
Box 38 Folder 59 Correspondence, Person, Bobby, 1993
Box 38 Folder 60 Correspondence, Perspectives Charter School, 1999
Box 38 Folder 61 Correspondence, Phibbs, Morris A., 1989
Box 38 Folder 62 Correspondence, Pincham Family, 2005
Box 38 Folder 63 Correspondence, Pincham, R. Eugene, 1989-1990
Box 39 Folder 1 Correspondence, Pinderhughes, Dianne M., 2005
Box 39 Folder 2 Correspondence, Pittard, Gwendolyn E., 1963
Box 39 Folder 3 Correspondence, Poston, Gretchen, 1980
Box 39 Folder 4 Correspondence, Powell, Adam C., 1965
Box 39 Folder 5 Correspondence, Powers, Joan, 1966
Box 39 Folder 6 Correspondence, Preacely, Diane L., 1999
Box 39 Folder 7 Correspondence, Price, Bob, 2006
Box 39 Folder 8 Correspondence, Prins, Richard, 1981
Box 39 Folder 9 Correspondence, Protess, Dan, 2002-2003
Box 39 Folder 10 Correspondence, Pulley, Andrew, 1975
Box 39 Folder 11 Correspondence, Ramey, Fredric D., 1977-1979
Box 39 Folder 12 Correspondence, Randolph, Rufus, 2005
Box 39 Folder 13 Correspondence, Rangel, Charles B., 1974
Box 39 Folder 14 Correspondence, Rankin, Mary Alice, 1977
Box 39 Folder 15 Correspondence, Ransby, Barbara, 2005
Box 39 Folder 16 Correspondence, Reardon, Patrice, 2000
Box 39 Folder 17 Correspondence, Reed, Blanche D., 1997
Box 39 Folder 18 Correspondence, Reed, Nora Juanita, 1963-1965
Box 39 Folder 19 Correspondence, Reich, Howard, 2008
Box 39 Folder 20 Correspondence, Reichel, Michael, ca. 1997-1998
Box 39 Folder 21 Correspondence, Reinish, Barbara, 2002
Box 39 Folder 22 Correspondence, Render, Lorraine, 2009
Box 39 Folder 23 Correspondence, Rice, Chuck, 1999
Box 39 Folder 24 Correspondence, Richard, Sr. Mary, OSB, 1964
Box 39 Folder 25 Correspondence, Richardson, John W., 1966
Box 39 Folder 26 Correspondence, Robinson, Alexander P., 2004
Box 39 Folder 27 Correspondence, Robinson, Dominic, 2005
Box 39 Folder 28 Correspondence, Robinson, Mary E., 1963
Box 39 Folder 29 Correspondence, Rodino, Peter, 1974
Box 39 Folder 30 Correspondence, Rolland, Lucylle, 1979
Box 39 Folder 31 Correspondence, Rogers, William and Gloria, 1992
Box 39 Folder 32 Correspondence, Rogus, Hazel, 1962
Box 39 Folder 33 Correspondence, Rollins, Joe W., 1993
Box 39 Folder 34 Correspondence, Rosenberg, Jessica, 2009
Box 39 Folder 35 Correspondence, Royko, Mike, 1976
Box 39 Folder 36 Correspondence, Rush, Bobby L., 1997-2009
Box 39 Folder 37 Correspondence, Ruth (?), 1998
Box 39 Folder 38 Correspondence, Sable, Ron, 1993
Box 39 Folder 39 Correspondence, Salk, Erwin, 1979, 1996
Box 39 Folder 40 Correspondence, Sanders, Dorothy, 2004
Box 39 Folder 41 Correspondence, Satter, David, 1999
Box 39 Folder 42 Correspondence, Saunders, Doris, 1991
Box 39 Folder 43 Correspondence, Savage, Gus, 1981-1986
Box 39 Folder 44 Correspondence, Sawyer, Brenda, 2006
Box 39 Folder 45 Correspondence, Sayigh, (?), 2007
Box 39 Folder 46 Correspondence, Schepers, Emile, 2004
Box 39 Folder 47 Correspondence, Schiller, Helen, 1994
Box 39 Folder 48 Correspondence, Schomer, Howard, 1963
Box 39 Folder 49 Correspondence, Scoates, David, 1981
Box 39 Folder 50 Correspondence, Seals, Jack, 1963
Box 39 Folder 51 Correspondence, Seidner, Stan, 1981
Box 39 Folder 52 Correspondence, Seitz, Paul, 1974
Box 39 Folder 53 Correspondence, Shanoff, Emily, 2004
Box 39 Folder 54 Correspondence, Shaw, Marian, 1965
Box 39 Folder 55 Correspondence, Shelton, Allen, 2001
Box 39 Folder 56 Correspondence, Shields, Ruth, 1979
Box 39 Folder 57 Correspondence, Shulla-Cose, Diana, 2009
Box 39 Folder 58 Correspondence, Simon, Paul, 1985; 1991-2003
Box 39 Folder 59 Correspondence, Slaughter, Adolph, 1993; 2000
Box 39 Folder 60 Correspondence, Sledge, Ayana, 1972
Box 39 Folder 61 Correspondence, Smith, G.E., 1986
Box 39 Folder 62 Correspondence, Smith, Rev. Kenneth, 1979-1981
Box 39 Folder 63 Correspondence, Smith, Molesko, 2006
Box 39 Folder 64 Correspondence, Smith, Phil, 1989, 2005
Box 39 Folder 65 Correspondence, Smith, Preston, 1993-1994
Box 39 Folder 66 Correspondence, Smith, Robert, 1979
Box 40 Folder 1 Correspondence, Solomon, Benjamin, 2004
Box 40 Folder 2 Correspondence, Solomon, Joyce, 1978
Box 40 Folder 3 Correspondence, South, Leslie, 1989
Box 40 Folder 4 Correspondence, Spencer, Theodore, 1986
Box 40 Folder 5 Correspondence, Spuillacote, George, 1963
Box 40 Folder 6 Correspondence, St. George, Mary, 1964
Box 40 Folder 7 Correspondence, Starks, Dana, 2009
Box 40 Folder 8 Correspondence, Stavish, Peg, 1963
Box 40 Folder 9 Correspondence, Steele, Bobbie, 1989
Box 40 Folder 10 Correspondence, Steele, Richard, 1996
Box 40 Folder 11 Correspondence, Stewart, John, 2005
Box 40 Folder 12 Correspondence, Stone, Victor, 1992
Box 40 Folder 13 Correspondence, Straight, Madeline, 1963
Box 40 Folder 14 Correspondence, Strain, Tracy, 2009
Box 40 Folder 15 Correspondence, Stroger, John, 2001
Box 40 Folder 16 Correspondence, Stuckey, Sterling, 2005
Box 40 Folder 17 Correspondence, Stukel, James, 2004
Box 40 Folder 18 Correspondence, Summer, Alanson, 1976
Box 40 Folder 19 Correspondence, Swaney, Robert, 1973
Box 40 Folder 20 Correspondence, Swartz, Sherwin, 1976
Box 40 Folder 21 Correspondence, Sykes, Carol, 2001
Box 40 Folder 22 Correspondence, Taft, Michael, 1997
Box 40 Folder 23 Correspondence, Tate, Stanley W., 1963
Box 40 Folder 24 Correspondence, Tatum, H. Theo, 1981
Box 40 Folder 25 Correspondence, Teater, Tricia L., 1992
Box 40 Folder 26 Correspondence, This Far by Faith, 2003
Box 40 Folder 27 Correspondence, Thompson, Herbert W., 1978
Box 40 Folder 28 Correspondence, Thompson, Nathan, 2001
Box 40 Folder 29 Correspondence, Tillman, Dorothy J., 2005
Box 40 Folder 30 Correspondence, Titus, Carl, 1980
Box 40 Folder 31 Correspondence, Toni (?), 1996
Box 40 Folder 32 Correspondence, Townsell, Alvin [n.d.]
Box 40 Folder 33 Correspondence, Tregay, Alice, 1983
Box 40 Folder 34 Correspondence, Tucker, Lynda, 1983
Box 40 Folder 35 Correspondence, Turner, Enid L., 2001
Box 40 Folder 36 Correspondence, Turner, Joe, 1987
Box 40 Folder 37 Correspondence, Tyler, Julanne, 1975
Box 40 Folder 38 Correspondence, Untermyer, Frank, 1998
Box 40 Folder 39 Correspondence, Vann Dell, (?), 2000
Box 40 Folder 40 Correspondence, Van Renssalaer, Cort, 1976
Box 40 Folder 41 Correspondence, Vanoy, Russell C., 1962; 1980
Box 40 Folder 42 Correspondence, Vetrovec, Diane, 2005
Box 40 Folder 43 Correspondence, Wagner, James, 1989; 2009
Box 40 Folder 44 Correspondence, Wailes, G., 1981
Box 40 Folder 45 Correspondence, Walker, Noland, 1994
Box 40 Folder 46 Correspondence, Walsh, Gene, 1993
Box 40 Folder 47 Correspondence, Walsh, Morag, 2005-2006
Box 40 Folder 48 Correspondence, Ward, Madeleine, 2007
Box 40 Folder 49 Correspondence, Watson, Jeanne, 1963
Box 40 Folder 50 Correspondence, Waters, Charles, 1991-1995
Box 40 Folder 51 Correspondence, Washington, Harold, 1981-1986
Box 40 Folder 52 Correspondence, Watkins, Tondelayo, 1996
Box 40 Folder 53 Correspondence, Watt, Garland, 2007
Box 40 Folder 54 Correspondence, Webb, James, 1989
Box 40 Folder 55 Correspondence, Webster, Milton, 1965
Box 40 Folder 56 Correspondence, Wells, Joseph, 1990
Box 40 Folder 57 Correspondence, Wells, Wanda, 1989
Box 40 Folder 58 Correspondence, Wentworth, Kenneth, 1969
Box 40 Folder 59 Correspondence, West, Stan, 2004
Box 40 Folder 60 Correspondence, Wilkinson, T.C., 1986
Box 40 Folder 61 Correspondence, Williams, Larry, 1994
Box 40 Folder 62 Correspondence, Willhoite, George and Betty, 2005; 2009
Box 40 Folder 63 Correspondence, Wilson, Charles and Jeannie, 1971
Box 40 Folder 64 Correspondence, Wilson, Orlando, 1962
Box 40 Folder 65 Correspondence, Winfield, Michelle, 1998
Box 40 Folder 66 Correspondence, Woodtor, Dee, 1995
Box 40 Folder 67 Correspondence, Wood, Clarence, 2006
Box 40 Folder 68 Correspondence, Woods, Dolores, 1991
Box 40 Folder 69 Correspondence, Wright, Jeremiah A., 2000-2006
Box 40 Folder 70 Correspondence, Wyatt, Addie, 1975
Box 40 Folder 71 Correspondence, Yates, Sidney R., 1962
Box 40 Folder 72 Correspondence, Zacharias, James, 1996
Box 40 Folder 73 Correspondence, Zashin, Elliott, 1994
Box 41 Folder 1 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1950-1959
Box 41 Folder 2 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1960-1963
Box 41 Folder 3 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1971
Box 41 Folder 4 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1973
Box 41 Folder 5 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1974-1977
Box 41 Folder 6 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1978-1979
Box 41 Folder 7 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1980-1981
Box 41 Folder 8 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1982-1988
Box 41 Folder 9 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1989
Box 41 Folder 10 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1990-1992
Box 41 Folder 11 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1993-1994
Box 41 Folder 12 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1995-1996
Box 41 Folder 13 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1997
Box 41 Folder 14 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1998
Box 41 Folder 15 Correspondence, Cards, 1999
Box 42 Folder 1 Correspondence, Cards-Walter Black condolences, 1999
Box 42 Folder 2 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2000
Box 42 Folder 3 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2001
Box 42 Folder 4 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2002
Box 42 Folder 5 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2003
Box 42 Folder 6 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2004
Box 42 Folder 7 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2005
Box 42 Folder 8 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2006
Box 42 Folder 9 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2007
Box 42 Folder 10 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2008
Box 42 Folder 11 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2009
Box 42a Folder 1 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, [n.d.]
Family Correspondence, 1921-2008
Box 43 Folder 1 F. Hunter to Mattie L. Black, June 1921
Box 43 Folder 2 Carrie Hardnett to Dixie Black, January 1926
Box 43 Folder 3 A.T. Malone [Poro College] to Mattie L. Black, 1931
Box 43 Folder 4 Social cards to T. and M. Black, 1935; [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 5 Agnes (?) to Mrs. Black, 1937
Box 43 Folder 6 Nat’l Youth Administration to Timuel Black, Jr., 1937
Box 43 Folder 7 “Norma” to Mr. and Mrs. Black, 1937
Box 43 Folder 8 S. Evans Washington to Pvt. Marquette Clay, August 10, 1942
Box 43 Folder 9 Esther (?) to T. and M. Black, 1944
Box 43 Folder 10 N.L. Crumpton [Baldwin Development, Inc.] to M.L. Black, 1944
Box 43 Folder 11 Lucius Wilcher to Sgt. Walter Black, March 1945
Box 43 Folder 12 Y.Y. [Templeman] to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, ca. 1945
Box 43 Folder 13 Sgt. W. Moore to Sgt. W. Black, ca. 1945
Box 43 Folder 14 Victor Cullin to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, ca. 1945
Box 43 Folder 15 Charlotte Williams to (?), [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 16 Mary Moore to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, 1945
Box 43 Folder 17 Pvt. Leslie Allen Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, ca. 1945
Box 43 Folder 18 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, December 1944
Box 43 Folder 19 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, January 1945
Box 43 Folder 20 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, February 1945
Box 43 Folder 21 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, March 1945
Box 43 Folder 22 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, April 1945
Box 43 Folder 23 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, May 1945
Box 43 Folder 24 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, June 1945
Box 43 Folder 25 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, July 1945
Box 43 Folder 26 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, August 1945
Box 43 Folder 27 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, September 1945
Box 43 Folder 28 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, October 1945
Box 43 Folder 29 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, November 1945
Box 43 Folder 30 Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr. to Sgt. Walter Black, December 1945
Box 43 Folder 31 Olivia Black to M.L. Black, May 1943
Box 43 Folder 32 Olivia Black to Sgt. Walter Black, December 12, 1944
Box 43 Folder 33 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, December 29, 1944
Box 43 Folder 34 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, December 30, 1944
Box 43 Folder 35 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, January 7, 1945
Box 43 Folder 36 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, January 14, 1945
Box 43 Folder 37 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, January 17, 1945
Box 43 Folder 38 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, January 21, 1945
Box 43 Folder 39 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, February 3, 1945
Box 43 Folder 40 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, February 21, 1945
Box 43 Folder 41 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, February 22, 1945
Box 43 Folder 42 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, February 25, 1945
Box 43 Folder 43 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, February 26, 1945
Box 43 Folder 44 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, March 4, 1945
Box 43 Folder 45 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, March 11, 1945
Box 43 Folder 46 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, March 17, 1945
Box 43 Folder 47 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, April 8, 1945
Box 43 Folder 48 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, April 16, 1945
Box 43 Folder 49 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, April 18, 1945
Box 43 Folder 50 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, April 22, 1945
Box 43 Folder 51 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 12, 1945
Box 43 Folder 52 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 27, 1945
Box 43 Folder 53 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 28, 1945
Box 43 Folder 54 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 29, 1945
Box 43 Folder 55 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 31, 1945
Box 43 Folder 56 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, June 4, 1945
Box 43 Folder 57 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, June 5, 1945
Box 43 Folder 58 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, June 11, 1945
Box 43 Folder 59 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, June 14, 1945
Box 43 Folder 60 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, July 28, 1945
Box 43 Folder 61 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, August 13, 1945
Box 43 Folder 62 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, August 19, 1945
Box 43a Folder 1 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, September 25, 1945
Box 43a Folder 2 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, September 26, 1945
Box 43a Folder 3 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, September 29, 1945
Box 43a Folder 4 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, October 10, 1945
Box 43a Folder 5 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, October 16, 1945
Box 43a Folder 6 Olivia Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, October 18, 1945
Box 43a Folder 7 Pvt. Timuel Black to Sgt. Walter Black, 1944
Box 43a Folder 8 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, 1945
Box 43a Folder 9 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, 1945
Box 43a Folder 10 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, 1945
Box 43a Folder 11 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, March 1945
Box 43a Folder 12 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, April 1945
Box 43a Folder 13 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, May 1945
Box 43a Folder 14 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, June 1945
Box 43a Folder 15 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, July 1945
Box 43a Folder 16 Pvt. Timuel Black to Sgt. W. Black, August 1945
Box 43a Folder 17 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, September 1945
Box 43a Folder 18 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, October 1945
Box 43a Folder 19 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, November 1945
Box 43a Folder 20 Pvt. Timuel Black to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, December 1945
Box 43a Folder 21 Timuel Black Jr. to 1st Sgt. Walter Black, 1946
Box 43a Folder 22 Walter Black to Timuel and Mattie Black, Sr., 1937
Box 43a Folder 23 Walter Black to Timuel Black, Jr., 1937
Box 43a Folder 24 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1964
Box 43a Folder 25 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1965
Box 43a Folder 26 Correspondence, Black, Walter, 1968
Box 43a Folder 27 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1973
Box 43a Folder 28 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1974
Box 43a Folder 29 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1975
Box 43a Folder 30 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1980
Box 43a Folder 31 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1981
Box 43a Folder 32 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 1990
Box 43a Folder 33 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, ca. 2001
Box 43a Folder 34 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2006
Box 43a Folder 35 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, 2008
Box 43a Folder 36 Correspondence, Greeting Cards, [n .d.]
Series 4: Audiovisual
Audiocassettes: Bridges of Memory
Box 44 1 Etta M. Barnett, 1/4/1994
Box 44 2 Etta M. Barnett, 9/6/1997
Box 44 3 Alvin Boutte, 8/18-8/19/1992
Box 44 4 Alvin Boutte, 8/27/1992
Box 44 5 Alvin Boutte, 9/22/1992
Box 44 6 Alvin Boutte, 9/23/1992
Box 44 7 Alvin Boutte, 9/24/1992
Box 44 8 Alvin Boutte, 10/8/1992 and William Cousins 12/7/1992
Box 44 9 Alvin Boutte, 9/20/1993
Box 44 10 Lillie L. Brantley (1 of 2), 9/30/1991
Box 44 11 Lillie L. Brantley (2 of 2), 9/30/1991
Box 44 12 Arthur Brazier, 2/22/1993
Box 44 13 Arthur Brazier, 3/23/1993
Box 44 14 Arthur Brazier, 5/3/1993
Box 44 15 Walter Brown, 2/1/1994
Box 44 16 Walter Brown, 2/2/1994
Box 45 17 Louis Caldwell (1 of 3), 9/10/1991
Box 45 18 Louis Caldwell (2 of 3), 9/10/1991
Box 45 19 Louis Caldwell (3 of 3), 9/10/1991
Box 45 20 Louis Caldwell (1 of 4), 9/20/1991
Box 45 21 Louis Caldwell (2 of 4), 9/20/1991
Box 45 22 Louis Caldwell (3 of 4), 9/20-9/21/1991
Box 45 23 Louis Caldwell (4 of 4), 9/21/1991
Box 45 24 Robert Colin, 4/29/1991
Box 45 25 William Cousins, 3/3/1992
Box 45 26 Ida Mae Cress (1 of 2), 8/7/1992
Box 45 27 Ida Mae Cress (2 of 2), 8/7/1992
Box 45 28 Corneal Davis, 5/19/1991
Box 45 29 Corneal Davis, 10/20/1991
Box 45 30 Corneal Davis (1 of 3), 4/27/1992
Box 45 31 Corneal Davis (2 of 3), 4/27/1992
Box 45 32 Corneal Davis (3 of 3), 4/27/1992
Box 45 33 Gwendolyn Davis, 3/13/1995
Box 45 34 Gwendolyn Davis, 3/20/1995
Box 45 35 Dorsey Day, 7/7/1995
Box 46 36 Milton Deas (1 of 2), 7/9/1993
Box 46 37 Milton Deas (2 of 2), 7/9/1993
Box 46 38 Milton Deas, 7/13/1993
Box 46 39 Milton Deas, 9/3/1993
Box 46 40 Jacoby Dickens, 3/17/1993; 6/8/1993
Box 46 41 Marjorie Echols and Harvey, 5/6/1995
Box 46 42 Jimmy Ellis, 6/6/1995
Box 46 43 Ernest Griffin, 4/8-4/9/1993
Box 46 44 Leroy Martin, 6/30/1993 (See AV47/60-62) and Ernest Griffin, 6/30/1993
Box 46 45 Wayman Hancock, 9/17/1991
Box 46 46 James Isbell (1 of 2), 7/30/1991
Box 46 47 James Isbell (2 of 2), 7/30/1991
Box 46 48 James Isbell, 8/1/1991
Box 46 49 James Isbell, 8/1/1991:8/19/1991
Box 46 50 James Isbell, 8/19/1991
Box 46 51 James Isbell, 8/19/1991:8/22/1991
Box 46 52 Eddie Johnson, 9/8/1992
Box 47 53 George Johnson, 12/8/1992
Box 47 54 George Johnson, 4/1/1993
Box 47 55 George Johnson (1 of 2), 4/12/1993
Box 47 56 George Johnson (2 of 2), 4/12/1993
Box 47 57 George Johnson, 8/3/1993:8/18/1993
Box 47 58 Warren Kirkland, 5/22/1995
Box 47 59 John Levy, 8/12/1992
Box 47 60 Leroy Martin (1 of 3), 6/30/1993
Box 47 61 Leroy Martin (2 of 3), 6/30/1993
Box 47 62 Leroy Martin (3 of 3), 6/30/1993
Box 47 63 Rudy Nimocks, 7/6/1993
Box 47 64 Alonzo Parham, 10/4/1996
Box 47 65 Earl Strayhorn (1 of 2), 9/20/1992
Box 47 66 Earl Strayhorn (2 of 2), 9/20/1992
Box 47 67 Earl Strayhorn, 9/26/1992
Box 47 68 Earl Strayhorn, 3/1/1993
Box 47 69 Earl Strayhorn, 7/23/1995
Box 47 70 Willis Thomas, 7/23/1995
Box 47 71 Juanita Tucker, 5/24/1996
Box 48 72 Bill Adkins, 11/17/1995
Box 48 73 B. Adkins, AIDS Conference, 11/17/1995; 12/2/1995
Box 48 74 Wilks Battle, 5/17/1995
Box 48 75 Jesse Brown, 6/18/1994
Box 48 76 Clark Burrus, 9/23/1992
Box 48 77 Clark Burrus, 11/2/1992; 7/15/1993
Box 48 78 Clark Burrus, 7/15/1993
Box 48 79 Mattie Butler, 7/11/1997; 7/18/1997
Box 48 80 Mattie Butler, 7/18/1997
Box 48 81 Floyd Campbell, [n.d.] and Bernadine Washington’s funeral, [n.d.]
Box 48 82 Burnett Carter, 7/17/1995
Box 48 83 Eddie Casey, 8/31/1992
Box 48 84 Muriel Chandler, 8/28/1995
Box 48 85 William Daniels, 3/7/1996
Box 48 86 Milton Davis, 9/21/1997
Box 48 87 Emil Hamberlin, 2/7/1996; 2/9/1996
Box 48 88 Emil Hamberlin, 9/15/1997
Box 48 89 Dillard Harris, 3/5/1996
Box 48 90 Rev. A.P. Jackson, 8/15/1992
Box 48 91 Lawrence Kennon (1 of 2), 5/31/1997
Box 49 92 Lawrence Kennon (2 of 2), 5/31/1997
Box 49 93 Jewel LaFontant, 6/20/1996
Box 49 94 Jewel LaFontant, [n.d.]
Box 49 95 Charles Mingo, 4/1/1996
Box 49 96 Earl Neal, 9/1994
Box 49 97 Sam Nolan, 5/11/1993; 5/14/1993
Box 49 98 Sam Nolan (1 of 2), 5/14/1993
Box 49 99 Sam Nolan (2 of 2), 5/14/1993
Box 49 100 Roger Salter, 5/16/1995
Box 49 101 Ella Saunders, 9/14/1992
Box 49 102 Doris V. Smith, 3/26/1996
Box 49 103 Betty Stell, 2/29/1996
Box 49 104 Betty Stell, 3/1/1996
Box 49 105 Sylvia Walton, 3/18/1996; 3/21/96
Box 49 106 Standish Willis, 3/4/1996
Box 49 107 Standish Willis, 12/15/1996
Box 49 108 Butler, Jerry (1 of 2), 1/30/1992
Box 49 109 Butler, Jerry (1 of 2), 1/30/1992
Box 49 110 Butler, Jerry, 2/03/1992
Box 49 111 Henderson, Alvena and Jonas, 9/25/[?]
Box 49 112 [Number not utilized]
Audiocassettes: Recordings of Funeral Services
Box 50 113 Berry, Dr. Leonidas H., 12/09/1995
Box 50 114 Bruce, Sadie, 3/23/1993
Box 50 115 Burke, Emmett, 11/19/1994
Box 50 116 Caldwell, Lewis A.H., 9/30/1993
Box 50 117 Couch, James R. Sr., 7/13/1994
Box 50 118 Cress, Ida Mae Griffin, 7/16/1998
Box 50 119 Davis, Albert, 5/12/1994
Box 50 120 Davis, Robert A., 7/18/1993
Box 50 121 Echols, Harvey Lewis, 6/10/1995
Box 50 122 Griffin, F.D. Ernest, 12/19/1995
Box 50 123 Hampton, Evelyn Carleen, 4/24/1994
Box 50 124 Hatch, Robert, 12/30/1995
Box 50 125 Hayes, Charles Arthur, 4/14/1997
Box 50 125a Hayes, Charles Arthur, 4/14/1997
Box 50 126 Henderson, Althenia, 2/19/1995
Box 50 127 Henderson, Finis Ewuin, 4/07/1994
Box 50 128 Hudson, Roosie Roosevelt, 5/17/1995
Box 51 129 Jackson, Rev. Abraham Patterson, 8/09/1994
Box 51 129a Jackson, Rev. Abraham Patterson, 8/09/1994
Box 51 130 Janney, Albert, 11/15/1994
Box 51 131 Johnson, Dr. Robert Edward Jr., 1/02/1996
Box 51 132 Johnson, Rev. William A., 12/27/1995
Box 51 133 Johnson, Priscilla Howard, 12/06/1995
Box 51 134 Jones, Sidney/Mary Boykin, 11/09/1993
Box 51 135 Jordan, Clifford L., 4/08/1993
Box 51 136 Kindred Kendrid, Luck, 12/04/1994
Box 51 137 Leak, Andrew Robert, 5/08/1993
Box 51 138 McCants, Violet, 3/21/1996
Box 51 139 Murchison, Ira, 4/02/1994
Box 51 139a Murchison, Ira, 4/02/1994
Box 51 140 Partee, Cecil, 8/20/1994
Box 51 141 Shaw, Mildred, [n.d.]
Box 51 142 Shirley, James Melvin “Jim,” 5/09/1997
Box 52 143 Sloan, John Sr., 1/08/2001
Box 52 144 Smith, Plato, 6/24/1995
Box 52 145 Spraggins, William, 1/10/1994
Box 52 146 Staples, Roebuck “Pop,” 12/23/2000
Box 52 147 Stepto, Dr. Robert C., 11/22/1994
Box 52 148 Stewart Joyner, Marjorie, 12/31/1994
Box 52 149 Turner, Douglas, 9/09/1995
Box 52 150 Wood, Roy Norris Sr., 1/08/1995
Box 52 151 Woodley, Nelson Estill, 8/15/1997
Box 52 152 Brown, Steven, 1/22/1994
Box 52 152 Vaughn, Jackie, [n.d.]
Box 52 153 [Not yet identified], 3/1995
Box 52 154 Heard, Pauline, [n.d.]
Box 52 155 Boykin, Mary, 11/6/1993
Box 52 155 Stallsworth, John, 11/4/1993
Box 52 156 Wailes, Chatman, 10/19/1994
Box 52 157 George O’Connor, [n.d.]
Box 52 158 Mr. Jackson, 9/11/1996
Box 52 159 Jenkins, Ulysses D., 9/5/1996
Audiocassettes: Oral History Interviews (Not for Bridges of Memory )
Box 53 160 Bond, Julian, 11/15/1991
Box 53 161 Brookins, Howard, 9/26/1993
Box 53 162 Forney, Carrie, 10/01/1992
Box 53 163 Forney, George/Crutchfield, 11/30/1992
Box 53 164 Forney and Williams Family, 8/01/1992
Box 53 164a McConner Family History, [n.d.]; Loretta, Ramonda and others
Box 53 165 Rogers, Rose, 10/16/1997
Box 53 165a Washington, Harold, [n.d.]
Audiocassettes: Oral History Conference Proceedings
Box 53 166 Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), 9/28/2000
Box 53 167 ASALH, 9/30/2000
Box 53 168 ASALH, 9/30/2000
Box 53 169 ASALH, 9/30/2000
Box 53 170 ASALH, 9/30/2000
Box 53 170a ASALH, 10/14-10/15/1994
Box 53 171 National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCBPS), 3/8/1996
Box 53 172 NCBPS, 3/7/2002
Box 53 173 NCBPS, 3/13/2002
Box 53 174 NCBPS, 3/13/2002
Box 53 175 NCBPS, 3/13/2002
Box 54 176 NCBPS, 3/13/2003
Box 54 177 Oral History Association (OHA), 10/20/1995
Box 54 178 OHA, 10/20/1995
Box 54 179 OHA, 1996
Box 54 180 OHA, 10/17/1998
Box 54 180a OHA (1921 Tulsa Race Riot), 10/20/2001
Box 54 181 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR), 4/17/1984
Box 54 182 CCDBR (Dennis Brutus speech), 4/17/1982
Box 54 183 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, 6/9/2000
Box 54 184 Lecture on Slavery, 8/6/1995
Box 54 185 Saving Neighborhood History, [n.d.]
Box 54 186 CHS/Neighborhood History, 5/1996
Box 54 187 Search for slave descendants/E. Ball, 1995
Box 54 188 Dr. John Butler panel, 2000
Box 54 189 [no title] Plenary session, 1989
Box 54 190 Oral history music workshop, 9/25/1997
Box 54 191 Quindara, Kansas Afro Studies class, 10/4/[n.d.]
Box 54 192 Nelson Mandela/Chicago, 7/7/1993
Box 54 193 Tribute to Nelson Mandela/Africare, 10/6/1994
Box 55 194 Trip to Brazil (1 of 4), 7/31-8/6/1994
Box 55 195 Trip to Brazil (2 of 4), 7/31-8/6/1994
Box 55 196 Trip to Brazil (3 of 4), 7/31-8/6/1994
Box 55 197 Trip to Brazil (4 of 4), 7/31-8/6/1994
Box 55 198 Trip to South Africa (1 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 199 Trip to South Africa (2 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 200 Trip to South Africa (3 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 201 Trip to South Africa (4 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 202 Trip to South Africa (5 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 203 Trip to South Africa (6 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 204 Trip to South Africa (7 of 7), August 1994
Box 55 205 Trip to South Africa (1 of 3), April 1998
Box 55 206 Trip to South Africa (2 of 3), April 1998
Box 55 207 Trip to South Africa (3 of 3), April 1998
Box 55 208 Trip to Mali, Senegal, Togo (1 of 2), August 1995
Box 55 209 Trip to Mali, Senegal, Togo (2 of 2), August 1995
Box 55 210 Williams, Joe and Carrie Smith Quartet, 10/26/1995
Box 56 211 “In This House” benefit concert by Wynton Marsalis/Quinn Chapel, 6/1/1994
Box 56 212 “Lift Every Voice” sermon and music program at Church of the Good Shepherd, 2/12/1997
Box 56 213 Hampton, Lionel with Phil Forney, 1992
Box 56 214 Tribute to Mom and Pop Davis at Progressive Church, [n.d.]
Box 56 215 Contract on America with John Hope Franklin, et al., 10/6/1995
Box 56 216 Afro-American History, 10/18/1993
Audiocassettes: Duke Ellington International Conferences
Ellington ’90 (Ottawa, Canada), May 17-20, 1990
Box 56 220 Morning session/Smithsonian panel, 5/18/1990
Box 56 221 Morning session, 5/18/1990
Box 56 222 Harry Carney: Anchor of the Ellington Orchestra, 5/19/1990
Box 56 223 Joe McClaren, 5/19/1990
Box 56 223 Alice Babs, 5/19/1990
Box 56 224 Ellington Storms Europe, 1939, 5/20/1990
Ellington ’91 (Culver City, CA), June 13-15, 1991
Box 56 225 Opening session, 6/13/1991
Box 56 226 Lectures, 6/14/1991
Box 56 227 Afternoon lectures, 6/14/1991
Box 56 228 Carter Harmon/ Time interview, 6/15/1991
Box 56 229 Time Magazine story, 6/15/1991
Box 56 230 Evening lecture/Jump for Joy concert, 6/15/1991
Box 57 231 Jump for Joy concert, 6/15/1991
Box 57 232 Conversations with Ellington/music, 6/16/1991
Box 57 233 Valburn’s Ellington/LC, 1991
Ellington ’92 Copenhagen Celebrates Duke Ellington (Copenhagen, Denmark), May 28-31, 1992
Box 57 234 DEMS tape Azure CA-15, 1992 conf. tape
Box 57 235 Freddie Jenkins/FR Wang opening session, 5/28/1992
Box 57 236 Clark Terry/DE concert, 5/29/1992
Box 57 237 Ben Webster and Evolution of DE jazz, 5/29/1992
Box 57 238 Stanley Crouch lectures, 5/29/1992
Box 57 239 Homzey on Strayhorn, 5/30/1992
Box 57 240 Saturday DE concert, 5/30/1992
Box 57 241 Strayhorn/London, 1933…, 5/31/1992
Ellington ’93: Cotton Club to Carnegie Hall (New York City), August 11-15, 1993
Box 57 242 John Hass/Discoveries at Smithsonian, 8/12/1993
Box 57 243 Phil Schaap/DE and the bass, 8/12/1993
Box 57 244 Dick Hyman/Piano insight, 8/12/1993
Box 57 244 Charles Waaters/Strayhorn suite, 8/12/1993
Box 57 245 David Hajdu, Strayhorn/Rose Colored Glasses, 8/12/1993
Box 57 246 Strayhorn friends and relatives, 8/12/1993
Box 57 247 Small band/Ken Burrell, 8/12/1993
Box 58 248 Erick Wiedemann, 8/13/1993
Box 58 248 Kurt Dietrick, 8/13/1993
Box 58 249 Roger Boyes/Theodore Hudson, 8/13/1993
Box 58 250 Mark Tucker “New World a Coming,” 8/13/1993
Box 58 251 Big Band for Ellington, 8/13/1993
Box 58 252 Morning Session-first, 8/14/1993
Box 58 253 Conversation on Ellington, 8/14/1993
Box 58 254 Randall Horton, 8/14/1993
Box 58 255 Krin Gabbard, 8/14/1993
Box 58 256 Joseph McLaren, 8/14/1993
Box 58 257 Patricia Willard, 8/15/1993
Ellington ’94 Serenade to Sweden (Stockholm), May 19-22, 1994
Box 58 258 First session, 5/20/1994
Box 58 258 Third session, 5/21/1994
Box 58 259 Sacred music discussion, 5/20/1994
Box 58 260 Alice Babs and Cat Anderson, 5/20/1994
Box 58 261 Morning and afternoon sessions, 5/21/1994
Box 58 261 John Lewis reminiscences, 5/21/1994
Box 58 262 Third session, 5/21/1994
Box 58 263 Afternoon session, 5/21/1994
Box 58 264 Morning session, 5/22/1994
Box 59 265 Drum is a woman/afternoon session, 5/22/1994
Box 59 266 Afternoon session, 5/22/1994
Ellington ’95 Celebrating the Ellington and Strayhorn Collaboration (Pittsburgh), May 24-28, 1995
Box 59 267 Ellington concert/Geri Allen, 5/24/1995
Box 59 268 Strayhorn Family, 5/24/1995
Box 59 268 First sacred concert, 5/25/1995
Box 59 269 Thomas Reed/Hamilton and Procope, 5/25/1995
Box 59 270 Billy Strayhorn in Paris, 5/26/1995
Box 59 271 Sim Simons/Underrated Sonny Greer, 5/26/1995
Box 59 272 Ellington/Strayhorn and the arts, 5/26/1995
Box 59 273 Dutch jazz concert, 5/26/1995
Box 59 274 Tribute to Billy Strayhorn, 5/26/1995
Box 59 275 Andrew Homzy/Strayhorn, 5/27/1995
Box 59 275 Erik Wiedermann, 5/27/1995
Ellington ’96 The Intimate Ellington (Toronto), June 19-23, 1996
Box 59 276 Conference tour, 6/20/1996
Box 59 276 Morning session, 6/20/1996
Box 59 277 Second and third session, 6/20/1996
Box 59 278 Ellington session, 6/21/1996
Box 59 279 Sixth and seventh session, 6/21/1996
Box 59 280 Ellington concert, 6/22/1996
Box 59 281 Eighth session/evening, 6/22/1996
Box 59 282 Phil Schapp, 6/22/1996
Ellington ’97 All for the Love of Duke (Leeds, England), May 22-26, 1997
Box 60 283 Donna Hodge, 5/23/1997
Box 60 284 Evening program, 5/23/1997
Box 60 285 Morning session, 5/24/1997
Box 60 286 Evening program, 5/24/1997
Box 60 287 Ellington conference, 5/24/1997
Box 60 288 St. Anne’s Cathedral, 5/25/1997
Box 60 289 Evening program, 5/25/1997
Box 60 290 Ellington ’97, 5/25/1997
Box 60 291 Ellington concert, 5/25/1997
Box 60 292 Ellington ’97, [n.d.]
Ellington ’98 Royalty Comes to Chicago (Chicago), May 6-10, 1998
Box 60 293 Azure CA-23 in conjunction with 1998 Ellington study group
Box 60 294 Jazz cruise with Shirley Horn, 9/29/1998
Box 60 295 Jazz cruise with Shirley Horn, 9/29/1998
Ellington 2000
Box 60 296 Afternoon session, 5/27/2000
Box 60 297 Unidentified tape, [n.d]
Box 60 298 Ellington concert, [n.d.]
Box 60 299 Clark Terry, 6/5/1993
Box 60 300 Clark Terry, 5/29-30/1997
Audiocassettes: Timuel Black interviewed by others
Box 61 301 Radio interview of Tim Black and others, 11/24/1992, KPFA-FM
Box 61 302 Radio interview by Mara Tapp, 4/26/1994, WBEZ-FM
Box 61 303 Radio interview by Mara Tapp, 11/6/1995, WBEZ-FM
Box 61 304 Radio interview by Mara Tapp, 1/18/1996, WBEZ-FM
Box 61 305 Radio interview by Mara Tapp, 5/22/1996, WBEZ-FM
Box 61 306 Radio interview by Richard Steele, 7/26/1996, WBEZ-FM
Box 61 307 Radio interview, “When the Shooting Stops,” [n.d.], WBEZ-FM
Box 61 308 Radio interview, [n.d.], WBEZ-FM
Box 61 309 Radio interview of TB, Laura Washington, et al. on Jesse Jackson, 2/18/1996, WNUA-FM
Box 61 310 Radio interview of TB on “Bronzeville and the Chicago Military Academy,” [n.d.]
Box 61 311 Radio interview by Rex Nyquist, 12/1/1997
Box 61 311a Interview of Timuel Black by Robert McKersie covering the history of the Negro American Labor Council (NALC), Chicago Chapter, 5/26/1998
Box 61 312 Interview of Timuel Black (re: Harold Washington and education), 1/13/2000
Box 61 313 Campaign ad for Dick Durbin [U.S. Senate], (Timuel Black voiceover), [n.d.]
Videotapes: Timuel Black interviewed by others
Box 62 314 A. Philip Randolph: For Jobs and Freedom , 1996, WETA-TV
Box 62 315 Bronzeville YMCA , 2001, City of Chicago/Channel 23-TV
Box 62 316 Chicago’s Packinghouse Workers: Their Story , 2004, CAN-TV/Seat of Pants/Illinois Labor History Society
Box 62 317 Chicago Stories 120: The Pullman Porters: From Servitude to Civil Rights , [n.d.], WTTW-Chicago
Box 62 318 Chicago Stories 221: Chicago’s Harlem Globetrotters , [n.d.], WTTW-Chicago
Box 62 319 The Great Black Migration . Center for Reducing Risk in Vulnerable Populations/Multi-Ethnic Research Interest Corps, [n.d.]
Box 62 320 Heading West: A History of African Americans on Chicago’s West Side . Habilitative Systems, Inc., 1999
Box 62 321 History According to Black . Omni-U Presents from the H3 Show, with GloriaPeace, ca. 2002
Box 62 322 A Legacy Never Whispers . Coalition of Black Trade Unionists/D’Flat Communications, [n.d.]
Box 62 323 The Legacy of Brown vs. the Board of Education, Parts I and II . Illinois State Bar Association, 2004
Box 62 324 A Man for All Seasons (Retirement dinner for Timuel Black). Black Faculty and Staff in Higher Education, 1989
Box 62 325 Oasis on 47th Street [Palm Tavern]. Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 2001
Box 62 326 Out of the Loop . Street Level Youth Media, Chicago Historical Society, 2001
Box 62 327 The Provident [Hospital] Foundation: A Living Legacy . Provident Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 62 328 [Pullman Porters] . CNN-TV/Pullman Museum, [n.d.]
Box 62 329 [Racial] Profiling: How Has It Changed Since 9/11 . Cliff Kelly moderates panel discussion on racial profiling at Wilber Wright Community College, 2002
Box 62 330 Racism at Work: Educating the Work Force after Brown vs. Board of Education . 2004, WISE-TV/WYCE
Box 62 331 Snapshots: The U.S./South Africa Educators Exchange . U.S./South Africa Educators Exchange, 1998
Box 62 332 Timuel Black: Bridges of Memory . CAN-TV, Community Forum with Thom Clark, 2004
Box 62 333 [No Title] Bronzeville history discussion. Starts in mid-film. [1990s]
Box 62 334 [No Title] Hyde Park High School Reunion Class of 1963. [Joel Neuberg], 2000
Box 62 335 [No Title] Leon and Ruth Dash 55th wedding anniversary celebration in Florida, 1996
Box 62 336 [No Title] Timuel Black interview for the Metcalfe Project, 1999
Box 62 337 [No Title] Timuel Black and Jimmy Ellis, with Gloria Taylor, discussion about history of music in Bronzeville, [n.d.]
DVDs: Timuel Black interviewed by others
Box 63 338 American Roots Music . Jim Brown Productions, 2006
Box 63 339 The Chicago Project: Tim Black, Chicago Historian . The Chicago Project, 2001
Box 63 340 Community Media and You: Tim Black . 2006, CAN-TV
Box 63 341 Living History: The Chicago Urban League . Chicago Urban League, 2006
Box 63 342 The Professor: Timuel Dixon Black, Jr. Black United Fund of Illinois, 2008 (2 copies)
Box 63 343 Timuel D. Black Remembers Congressman Ralph H. Metcalfe . Ralph Metcalfe, Jr., 1999 (In 4 parts, 4 discs)
Box 63 344 The World of Nat King Cole . Capitol Records, 2005
Box 63 345 [No Title] Slideshow and video of Timuel Black Exhibit “Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” at Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago Public Library, 2008 [Includes documentary on Bronzeville]
Box 63 346 Live Re-enactment of the 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education . Illinois Commission on the 50th Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education (Timuel Black, commission member), 2004
Compact Discs: Timuel Black interviewed by others
Box 63 347 The Legacy of the Pilgrim Baptist Church . Chicago Public Radio, 2006 (2 copies)
Box 63 348 One Book, One Chicago: A Raisin in the Sun and [Lorraine Hansberry] . Chicago Public Radio (“848”), 2003
Box 63 349 Timuel D. Black Interviewed by John White for StoryCorps . StoryCorps, 2007
Box 63 350 Young, Gifted and Black . Adjoa Andoh, presenter; Eleanor McDowall, producer. Falling Tree for BBC Radio 4, ca. 2010 (1 CD complete radio program; 1 CD complete Timuel Black interview)
Audiocassettes: Commercial and Other (Timuel Black not featured)
Box 63 351 Do You Hear the People Sing? Chicago Children’s Choir, on South Africa tour, 1996
Box 63 352 [Missa Lubba – Congolese Style] , ca. 1982
Box 63 353 Oh, What a Time: Black Life During World War II . Roger House, Dancing Turtle Productions, 1996.
Box 63 354 Paul Robeson: Favorite Songs (Vol. I) . Monitor, [n.d.]
Box 63 355 Terry Collier: TimePeace [selections]. Verve Forecast, div. of Polygram Records, 1998
Box 63 356 US99 [Martin Luther King] . 2000, WUSN-FM Chicago
Box 63 357 Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert . [n.d.]
Box 63 358 Uncle Walter Sings Happy Birthday; Do Nothing Til You Hear (I’m Only Sleeping), 1990
Videotapes: Commercial and Other (Timuel Black not featured)
Box 63 359 Chicago’s Campbell Clan: The Ties That Bind . Dr. Crystal Kuykendall, 1997
Box 63 360 The Democratic Promise: Saul Alinsky and His Legacy . Media Process Educational Films and Chicago Video Project, 1999
Box 63 361 Equity and Excellence: The Call for Fair Funding of Illinois School Children . Chicago Urban League, 1990
Box 63 362 The Great Migration . With Harry Porterfield, 1991, WLS-TV Channel 7
Box 63 363 Halsted Street, USA . David E. Simpson; Studs Terkel, narr., Panacea Pictures, ca. 1990s
Box 63 364 Richard Wright: Black Boy . Mississippi Educational Television/BBC Production, 1994
Box 63 365 Voices of Cabrini: Remaking Chicago’s Public Housing . Ronit Bezalel, 1999
DVDs: Commercial and Other (Timuel Black not featured)
Box 63 366 The Chicago Project: Interview with Mamie Till Mobley . The Chicago Project, 2001
Box 63 367 We Will Grow a Garden . DuSable High School Concert Choir, New Trier High School Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra, 1997
Box 63 368 Writer’s Week IX Highlights . Fremd High School, 2003
Compact Discs: Commercial and Other (Timuel Black not featured)
Box 63 369 A.J. Jamal: Life Off Broadway, Little Rock AK (sic) . A.J. Jamal, [n.d.]. Autographed by artist
Box 63 370 Clark Terry with Jeff Lindberg and the Chicago Jazz Orchestra . Americana Music, 2004. Autographed by artist
Box 63 371 Etta at 100 . Etta James, [n.d.]
Reel-to-Reel Tapes
Box 63 372 Community Action on Public School Segregation in the North . Speech given by Kenneth Clark, (for 4th Ward IVI), ca. 1962
Box 63 373 Community Comment: Tim Black . Radio/TV program, with Timuel Black, 1975
Box 63 374 Decades of Civil Rights History, 1960-1970 . Speech given by Preston Wilcox, [n.d.]
Box 63 375 Human Rights . Speech given by Clyde Ferguson, Howard University Law School. A World Order Perspective . Speech given by Saul Mendlowitz, National Council for Social Studies, 1968
Box 63 376 Interview of Stanley McConnor with Timuel Black and other family member, ca. 1970s
16mm. Film
Box 63 377 (Title in Arabic). El Ahad el Jedid, Societe Tunisienne de production de films. Sent to Sidney Williams c/o Century of Negro Progress [exposition] of 1963, at McCormick Place, 1963
LP Recordings
Box 64 378 The Ahmad Jamal Trio, Vol. IV . LP636 Chess Producing Corp., Argo Record Corp., [n.d.]
Box 64 379 The Best of Wes Montgomery . V/V6 8714 Verve Records, MGM Inc., [n.d.] (remastered)
Box 64 380 Count ’Em 88: Ahmad Jamal Trio . LP-610 Argo Record Corp., 1956
Box 64 381 Ella in Berlin – Mack the Knife . MGV 4041 Verve Records, [n.d.]
Box 64 382 Jimmy Lunceford in Hi-Fi . Recreated by Billy May & His Orchestra. TA0924 Capitol Records, [n.d.]
Box 64 383 Jonah Jones at the Embers . The Jonah Jones Quartet. LX-1135 VIK-RCA, 1957
Box 64 384 Moms Mabley Breaks UP the Network . LPS 1525 Chess Records, [n.d.]
Box 64 385 Muted Jazz: Jonah Jones . T839 Capitol Records, [n.d.]
Box 64 386 Nothin’ But the Blues: Earl Grant . DL 8916 Decca Records, 1958
Box 64 387 Subtle Sounds: Johnny Pate Trio . GLP 100, G70P-2791 GIG Records, 1950s
Box 64 388 We Shall Overcome: The March on Washington, August 28, 1963 . Council for United Civil Rights Leadership, with various artists, 1960s
Box 64 389 Wings Over Jordan Choir . 560 King Records, [n.d.]
 
Series 5: Organizational Files, 1960-2010
Box 65 Folder 1 Aaron Boyd Lee for 6th Ward Alderman, 1989
Box 65 Folder 2 AARP, 2004-2007
Box 65 Folder 3 A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1970-2002
Box 65 Folder 4 Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA), 2005-2009
Box 65 Folder 5 Abraham Lincoln Center, 1979-2004
Box 65 Folder 6 ACCION International, 2005
Box 65 Folder 7 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1958-1979
Box 65 Folder 8 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1980
Box 65 Folder 9 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU),1981
Box 65 Folder 10 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU),1982-1983
Box 66 Folder 1 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU),1990-1991
Box 66 Folder 2 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU),1994-1998
Box 66 Folder 3 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1999-2006
Box 66 Folder 4 Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER), 2007
Box 66 Folder 5 Action Conference on Open Occupancy, 1960s
Box 66 Folder 6 Ad Hoc Committee reunion of civil rights activists, 1988
Box 66 Folder 7 Ada S. McKinley Community Services, 1978
Box 66 Folder 8 Adopt-a-Minefield, 2000s
Box 66 Folder 9 American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 2005
Box 66 Folder 10 Afram Associates, 1971-1974
Box 66 Folder 11 Africa Action, 2004-2007
Box 67 Folder 1 Africa Fund, 1993-1997
Box 67 Folder 2 Africa Policy Information Center, 1997-1998
Box 67 Folder 3 African Americans AIDS Network, 1994
Box 67 Folder 4 African American Alliance, 1964
Box 67 Folder 5 African-American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation, 1996
Box 67 Folder 6 African American Education Reform Institute, 1991-1993
Box 67 Folder 7 African American Heritage Association, 1962
Box 67 Folder 8 African American Public Action Council, 1991
Box 67 Folder 9 African American Studies Association, 1995-2005
Box 67 Folder 10 African American Studies Program, 1982-2004
Box 68 Folder 1 African American Summit ’89
Box 68 Folder 2 African American Uniting for Life, 1994
Box 68 Folder 3 African Centered Curriculum Conference, 1991
Box 68 Folder 4 African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), 2004-2007
Box 68 Folder 5 African Methodist Church Fourth District, 1963
Box 68 Folder 6 Africare, 1990-2006
Box 68 Folder 7 Afro-American Faculty and Community Services, 1978-79
Box 68 Folder 8 Afro-American Faculty and Community Services, 1979
Box 68 Folder 9 Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago (AAGHSC), 1992-1997
Box 68 Folder 10 Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago (AAGHSC), 1998-2001
Box 68 Folder 11 Afro-American Heritage Association, [n.d.]
Box 68 Folder 12 Afro-American Patrolman’s League, 1977-1982
Box 68 Folder 13 Afro-American Voters Alliance, 1974
Box 68 Folder 14 Afro-German Initiative, 1996-1998
Box 68 Folder 15 AFSCME Retiree Program, 1999-2006
Box 68 Folder 16 AIDS Foundation of Chicago, 1994-2006
Box 68 Folder 17 AIDS Legal Council of Chicago, 2004, [n.d.]
Box 68 Folder 18 AIDS Pastoral Care Network, 2006
Box 68 Folder 19 Al Franken Democrat for U.S. Senate, 2008
Box 68 Folder 20 All African People’s Revolutionary Party, 1980-1983
Box 68 Folder 21 All Souls Unitarian Church, 1963
Box 69 Folder 1 Alliance for Better Chicago Schools, 1990
Box 69 Folder 2 Alliance for Excellent Education, 2007
Box 69 Folder 3 Alliance for Retired Americans, 2000
Box 69 Folder 4 Alliance of Congregations Transforming the South Side (ACTS), 1985
Box 69 Folder 5 Alliance of Negro Trade Unionists of Metropolitan Chicago (ANTU), 1960
Box 69 Folder 6 Alliance to End Repression, 1970-1981
Box 69 Folder 7 Alzheimer’s Association, 2006-2007
Box 69 Folder 8 Alzheimer’s Disease Research, 2008
Box 69 Folder 9 Amer-I-Can Illinois, Inc., 1980s-1990s
Box 69 Folder 10 American Alliance for Rights and Responsibilities, 1994
Box 69 Folder 11 American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, [n.d.]
Box 69 Folder 12 American Civil Rights Union, [n.d.]
Box 69 Folder 13 American Committee on Africa, [n.d.]
Box 69 Folder 14 American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizens, 2006-2009
Box 69 Folder 15 American Foundation for AIDS Research (AMFAR), 1993-2007
Box 69 Folder 16 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1966-2007
Box 69 Folder 17 American Indian Center, 1978
Box 69 Folder 18 American Indian College Fund, 2006
Box 69 Folder 19 American Indian Education Foundation, 2003-2007
Box 69 Folder 20 American Indian Relief Council, 2000-2006
Box 69 Folder 21 American Institute for Cancer Research, 2003-2006
Box 69 Folder 22 American Jewish Committee, 2000s
Box 69 Folder 23 American Jewish World Service, 2007
Box 69 Folder 24 American Kidney Fund, 2006-2007
Box 69 Folder 25 American Negro Emancipation Centennial, 1963
Box 69 Folder 26 American Postal Workers Union, 1982
Box 69 Folder 27 American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), 2004-2005
Box 69 Folder 28 American Veterans Committee (AVC), 1990s-2000
Box 69 Folder 29 Americans for Common Sense, 1980
Box 70 Folder 1 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1960s-1970s
Box 70 Folder 2 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1980s
Box 70 Folder 3 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1990s-2009
Box 70 Folder 4 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 2003 Convention
Box 70 Folder 5 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 2005 Convention
Box 71 Folder 1 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 2007-2008 Convention
Box 71 Folder 2 Americans for Immigration, 2007
Box 71 Folder 3 Americans for Peace Now, 2006
Box 71 Folder 4 Americans for the Arts, [n.d.]
Box 71 Folder 5 Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 2000s
Box 71 Folder 6 America’s Second Harvest, 1993-2000s
Box 71 Folder 7 Amistad America, 2007
Box 71 Folder 8 Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, 2006
Box 71 Folder 9 Amnesty International, 2000-2008
Box 71 Folder 10 AMVETS, [n.d.]
Box 71 Folder 11 Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance, 1960s
Box 71 Folder 12 Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 1994-2003
Box 71 Folder 13 Anthony Young for Illinois State Representative, 1991
Box 71 Folder 14 Apostolic Church of God, 2000-2009
Box 71 Folder 15 Ariel Education Initiative, [n.d.]
Box 71 Folder 16 [The] Ark, [n.d.]
Box 71 Folder 17 Art Institute of Chicago, 1994-2007
Box 71 Folder 17a See Oversize Box 147
Box 71 Folder 18 Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, Inc., 2005
Box 71 Folder 19 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) Chicago branch, 1992-2006
Box 71 Folder 20 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) National, 1970s
Box 72 Folder 1 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) National, 1993-1999
Box 72 Folder 2 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) National, 2000-2003
Box 72 Folder 3 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) National, 2004-2005
Box 72 Folder 4 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH) National, 2006-2007
Box 73 Folder 1 Association of Health Care Consumers, 1978-1980; [n.d.]
Box 73 Folder 2 Association of Human Service Providers…, 1981-1983
Box 73 Folder 3 Association of the Miraculous Medal, 2006
Box 73 Folder 4 Association on American Indian Affairs, 2006-2008, [n.d.]
Box 73 Folder 5 Austin Special School, [n.d.]
Box 73 Folder 6 Baker for Cook County Sheriff, 2006
Box 73 Folder 7 Beatrice Caffrey Youth Services, Inc., 1988
Box 73 Folder 8 Beehive, Ltd., 1970s
Box 73 Folder 9 Berea College, 2005
Box 73 Folder 10 Bethel New Life, 2003
Box 73 Folder 11 Better Boys Foundation, 1994
Box 73 Folder 12 Better Understanding Toward Our Neighbors (BUTON), [n.d.]
Box 73 Folder 13 Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago, 1978 (See also Boys to Men)
Box 73 Folder 14 Big Buddies Youth Services, Inc., 2006
Box 73 Folder 15 Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Inc., 1972
Box 73 Folder 16 Black Child Development Institute, Inc., 1972-1974
Box 73 Folder 17 Black Child Development Institute, Inc., 1975-1977
Box 74 Folder 1 Black Classic Press, 2001
Box 74 Folder 2 Black Community Crusade for Children (BCCC), 1990
Box 74 Folder 3 Black Faculty and Staff of Kennedy-King College, 1982
Box 74 Folder 4 Black Faculty in Higher Education, 1977-2006
Box 74 Folder 5 Black Heritage Commemorative Society, [n.d.]
Box 74 Folder 6 Black History Month Berlin, 1998
Box 74 Folder 7 Black Illinois Legislative Lobby (B.I.L.L.), 1978-1983
Box 74 Folder 8 Black Independent Political Organization, 1974
Box 74 Folder 9 Black Jewish Dialogue Group, 1989-1994
Box 74 Folder 10 Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Project, 1995-1998
Box 74 Folder 11 Black Music Repertory Ensemble, 1989-1991
Box 74 Folder 12 Black on Black Love, 1984-2009
Box 74 Folder 13 Black Political Action Committee, [n.d.]
Box 74 Folder 14 Black Radical Congress, 1998-2001
Box 75 Folder 1 Black Student Psychological Association, 1981
Box 75 Folder 2 Black Theatre Alliance of Chicago, 1995
Box 75 Folder 3 Black United Front of Chicago, 1981
Box 75 Folder 4 Black United Fund of Illinois, 2007-2009
Box 75 Folder 5 Black Women’s Caucus—Harold Washington College, 1992
Box 75 Folder 6 Blacks in Development, 2005
Box 75 Folder 7 Blacks in Government, Inc., 1984
Box 75 Folder 8 Blue Gargoyle Community Services, 1980-2005
Box 75 Folder 9 B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation, 1994
Box 75 Folder 10 Book of Hope, 2005
Box 75 Folder 11 Boys and Girls Club, 2007
Box 75 Folder 12 Boys to Men, 1995-1997 (See also Better Boys Foundation, 1995-1997)
Box 75 Folder 13 Boys Town, 2008
Box 75 Folder 14 Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, 2005-2007
Box 75 Folder 15 Bread and Water for Africa, 2004-2005
Box 75 Folder 16 Bread for the World, 2003-2007
Box 75 Folder 17 Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, 2005-2006
Box 75 Folder 18 Bronzeville Land Development Committee, 1997
Box 75 Folder 19 Bronzeville Merchants Association, 2001-2009
Box 75 Folder 20 Bronzeville Scholastic Institute, 2004-2007
Box 75 Folder 21 Brotherhood Club of Brick Masons, 1964
Box 75 Folder 22 Building an Illinois Legislative Lobby, 1980
Box 75 Folder 23 [Edmund] Burke School Alumni, 1981-1985
Box 75 Folder 24 Burris for Governor, 1988-2004
Box 75 Folder 25 Business and Professional People (BPI), 1981-2007
Box 76 Folder 1 Campaign for Better Health Care, 2003-2006
Box 76 Folder 2 Campaign for Illinois Communities, 1997
Box 76 Folder 3 Campaign for Labor Rights, 2006-2009
Box 76 Folder 4 Campaign for Political Rights, 1980
Box 76 Folder 5 Campaign in Support of C Number Prisoners, 2000s
Box 76 Folder 6 Campaign to Oppose Black Loans to South Africa, 1980s
Box 76 Folder 7 Campaign to Save Social Security and Medicare, 2000s
Box 76 Folder 8 Cancer Fund of America, 2000-2006
Box 76 Folder 9 Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation, 2005-2006
Box 76 Folder 10 Canisius College, 2005
Box 76 Folder 11 Cardiss Collins for Congresswoman, 1990
Box 76 Folder 12 CARE, 2006-2007
Box 76 Folder 13 Carol Moseley Braun (Illinois Legislation), 1978-1981
Box 76 Folder 14 Carol Moseley Braun for U.S. Senate, 1980-2000
Box 76 Folder 15 Carter Center, 1996-2007
Box 76 Folder 16 Carter Temple C.M.E. Church, 1973
Box 76 Folder 17 Catalyst for Youth, Inc., 1975-1977
Box 76 Folder 18 Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, 2007; [n.d.]
Box 76 Folder 19 Center for Black Music Research, 1991-2009
Box 76 Folder 20 Center for Constitutional Rights, 1990-2005
Box 76 Folder 21 Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1992-2007
Box 76 Folder 22 Center for New Horizons, 1975-1989
Box 76 Folder 23 Center for New Horizons, 1990-1992
Box 77 Folder 1 Center for New Schools (CNS), 1981
Box 77 Folder 2 Center for Reproductive Rights, 2000s
Box 77 Folder 3 Center for Victims of Torture, 2002-2003
Box 77 Folder 4 Central Committee of Democratic Women (CCDW), 1980s
Box 77 Folder 5 Centro Sin Fronteras, 2003-2006
Box 77 Folder 6 Changing Worlds, 2004-2009
Box 77 Folder 7 Charles A. Hayes Family Investment Center, 1998-2002
Box 77 Folder 8 Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 2003-2006
Box 77 Folder 9 Chicago ACT-SO, 1992-1994
Box 77 Folder 10 Chicago Africa, 1995
Box 77 Folder 11 Chicago African American AIDS Network, 1994-1995
Box 77 Folder 12 Chicago African American Teachers Association, 1980
Box 77 Folder 13 Chicago Alexandra, 1993
Box 77 Folder 14 Chicago Area Alliance of Black School Educators (CAABSE), 1976-1980
Box 77 Folder 15 Chicago Area Alliance of Black School Educators (CAABSE), 1981-1986
Box 77 Folder 16 Chicago Architecture Foundation, 1993-2006
Box 77 Folder 17 Chicago Area Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE), 1963
Box 77 Folder 18 Chicago Area Friends of SNCC, 2005-2006
Box 78 Folder 1 Chicago Area Health and Medical Careers Program (CHAMP), 1980-1981
Box 78 Folder 2 Chicago Association for Retarded Children, 1974
Box 78 Folder 3 Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1982
Box 78 Folder 4 Chicago Association of Local School Councils, [n.d.]
Box 78 Folder 5 Chicago Black Radical Congress, 1999
Box 78 Folder 6 Chicago Black United Communities, 1981-1990
Box 78 Folder 7 Chicago Boys Clubs, 1980
Box 78 Folder 8 Chicago Burr Oak Cemetery Historical Society, 2009
Box 78 Folder 9 Chicago/Calumet Underground Railroad Effect (C/CURE), 2007
Box 78 Folder 10 Chicago Caucus, 1972-1982
Box 78 Folder 11 Chicago Center for Ethnic/Minority Studies, 1996-1997
Box 78 Folder 12 Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture, 2008-2009
Box 78 Folder 13 Chicago Chapter, Black Caucus of American Library Assoc. (BCALA), 2004
Box 78 Folder 14 Chicago Children’s Choir, 1969-2007
Box 78 Folder 15 Chicago Civil Rights Re-Visited, 1988
Box 78 Folder 16 Chicago Coalition Against War and Racism, 2003
Box 78 Folder 17 Chicago Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights, 2003
Box 78 Folder 18 Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, 1995
Box 78 Folder 19 Chicago Coalition of Professional, Community and Retired Labor Leaders, 1992
Box 78 Folder 20 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1962-2005
Box 78 Folder 21 Chicago Committee for Wallace Davis, ca. 1980
Box 78 Folder 22 Chicago Committee in Solidarity with South Africa (CCISA), 1993
Box 78 Folder 23 Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity, 1965
Box 78 Folder 24 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1960-1979
Box 79 Folder 1 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1980-1999
Box 79 Folder 2 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 2000-2009
Box 79 Folder 3 Chicago Community Trust, 1994
Box 79 Folder 4 Chicago CommUniversity, 1998
Box 79 Folder 5 Chicago Conference for Brotherhood, 1978
Box 79 Folder 6 Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1999-2006
Box 79 Folder 7 Chicago Council on Global Affairs, 2006-2007
Box 79 Folder 8 Chicago Council on Urban Affairs, 1990-2006
Box 79 Folder 9 Chicago Cultural Center Foundation, 2006
Box 79 Folder 10 Chicago Democratic Socialists of America, 2003-2009
Box 79 Folder 11 Chicago Economic Development Corp, 1973-1979
Box 79 Folder 12 Chicago Federation of Labour, [n.d.]
Box 79 Folder 13 Chicago Film Festival, 1980
Box 79 Folder 14 Chicago Freedom Movement 40th Anniversary, 2006
Box 79 Folder 15 Chicago Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1998-2003
Box 80 Folder 1 Chicago Friends of the Amistad Research Center, 1994-2009
Box 80 Folder 2 Chicago Friends of SNCC, 1962-2005
Box 80 Folder 3 Chicago Gear Up Alliance, 2001
Box 80 Folder 4 Chicago Headline Club, 2006
Box 80 Folder 5 Chicago Hip-Hop Heritage Month Convention Committee, 2006
Box 80 Folder 6 Chicago Historical Society, 1966-1996
Box 80 Folder 7 Chicago Historical Society, 1997-1999
Box 81 Folder 1 Chicago Historical Society, 2000-2005
Box 81 Folder 2 Chicago Historical Society, [n.d.]
Box 81 Folder 3 Chicago Historical Society/Douglas Grand Blvd., 1994
Box 81 Folder 4 Chicago Historical Society/Douglas Grand Blvd., 1995
Box 81 Folder 5 Chicago Historical Society/Douglas Grand Blvd., 1998-2000
Box 82 Folder 1 Chicago History Museum, 2006-2008
Box 82 Folder 2 Chicago Housing Committee (CHC), 1961
Box 82 Folder 3 Chicago Humanities Festival, 2000-2008
Box 82 Folder 4 Chicago Innovations Forum, 1993
Box 82 Folder 5 Chicago Jazz Ensemble, 2005
Box 82 Folder 6 Chicago Jobs with Justice, 2005-2006
Box 82 Folder 7 Chicago Labor Education Program, 1969 (See also Box 144/4, University of Illinois at Chicago)
Box 82 Folder 8 Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Inc., 2008
Box 82 Folder 9 Chicago League of Negro Voters, 1959-1960 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 82 Folder 10 Chicago March on Washington Committee, 1963-1993
Box 82 Folder 11 Chicago Matters, 1993-1994
Box 82 Folder 12 Chicago Media Watch, 2003
Box 82 Folder 13 Chicago Memorial Association, 1980
Box 82 Folder 14 Chicago Metro Ethics Coalition, 1990
Box 82 Folder 15 Chicago Metro History Education Center, 1994-2000
Box 82 Folder 16 Chicago Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Co., 1980s
Box 82 Folder 17 Chicago Metropolis, 2001
Box 82 Folder 18 Chicago Military Academy (Bronzeville), 2000
Box 82 Folder 19 Chicago Negro Insurance Association, 1947
Box 82 Folder 20 Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards, 2007
Box 82 Folder 21 Chicago Oral History Roundtable, 1994-1995
Box 82 Folder 22 Chicago Panel on Public School Policy and Finance, 1982-4/1990
Box 83 Folder 1 Chicago Panel on Public School Policy and Finance, May 1990
Box 83 Folder 2 Chicago Panel on Public School Policy and Finance, 5/1990-5/1991
Box 83 Folder 3 Chicago Park District, 1997-2007
Box 83 Folder 4 Chicago Peace Council, 1973-1979
Box 83 Folder 5 Chicago Project, 2001-2006
Box 83 Folder 6 Chicago Public Library, 1991-2009
Box 83 Folder 7 Chicago Public Radio, 2004-2007
Box 83 Folder 8 Chicago Rehab Network, 1982
Box 83 Folder 9 Chicago School Leadership Cooperative, 2001
Box 83 Folder 10 Chicago Sinfonietta, 1987-2007
Box 83 Folder 11 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 2000-2008
Box 83 Folder 12 Chicago Task Force on Dislocated Workers, 1989
Box 83 Folder 13 Chicago Teachers Union [of AFT], 1953-2007
Box 83 Folder 14 Chicago United, Inc., 1989
Box 84 Folder 1 Chicago Urban League, 1959-1975
Box 84 Folder 2 Chicago Urban League, 1977
Box 84 Folder 3 Chicago Urban League, 1981-1988
Box 84 Folder 4 Chicago Urban League, 1989
Box 85 Folder 1 Chicago Urban League, 1990
Box 85 Folder 2 Chicago Urban League, January-May 1991
Box 85 Folder 3 Chicago Urban League, June-December 1991
Box 85 Folder 4 Chicago Urban League, 1992
Box 85 Folder 5 Chicago Urban League, January-May 1993
Box 86 Folder 1 Chicago Urban League, June-December 1993
Box 86 Folder 2 Chicago Urban League, 1994-1995
Box 86 Folder 3 Chicago Urban League, 1997
Box 86 Folder 4 Chicago Urban League, 1998
Box 86 Folder 5 Chicago Urban League, 1999
Box 86 Folder 6 Chicago Urban League, 2000-2009
Box 86 Folder 7 Chicago Video Project, 2001
Box 86 Folder 8 Chicago Vocational High School, 1950
Box 86 Folder 9 Chicago Youth Centers, 2001-2004
Box 86 Folder 10 Chi-Dentified, 1998
Box 86 Folder 11 Child Development Groups of Mississippi, 1966
Box 86 Folder 12 Child Welfare League of America, 2005
Box 87 Folder 1 Children’s Defense Fund Action Council (CDF Action Council), 2003-2008
Box 87 Folder 2 Children’s Home and Aid Society, 2000s
Box 87 Folder 3 Children’s Hunger Relief Fund, 2006
Box 87 Folder 4 Children’s Memorial Hospital, 2006
Box 87 Folder 5 Children, Youth and Family Initiative, 1996
Box 87 Folder 6 Christ Universal Temple for Better Living, 1978
Box 87 Folder 7 Christian Action Ministry, 1979
Box 87 Folder 8 Christian Relief Service/Running Strong, 2006
Box 87 Folder 9 Christian Seniors Association, 2000s
Box 87 Folder 10 Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1963-1978
Box 87 Folder 11 Church of the Good Shepherd, 1956-1999
Box 87 Folder 12 Church World Service, 2005
Box 87 Folder 13 Citizen Action Illinois, 1996-2004
Box 87 Folder 14 Citizen Action Illinois, 2005-2008
Box 88 Folder 1 Citizen Coalition for Open Housing, 1979-1980
Box 88 Folder 2 Citizen Soldier, 2006
Box 88 Folder 3 Citizen Works, 2005
Box 88 Folder 4 Citizens Campaign for County Democracy, 1981
Box 88 Folder 5 Citizens Committee for a Just Criminal Code, 1977-1979
Box 88 Folder 6 Citizens Committee for Carter D. Jones, 1966
Box 88 Folder 7 Citizens Committee for Harold Washington, 1981-1982
Box 88 Folder 8 Citizens Committee for Ralph H. Metcalfe, 1973-1974
Box 88 Folder 8a See Oversize Box 147
Box 88 Folder 9 Citizens Committee to Aid Packing-House Workers, 1948
Box 88 Folder 10 Citizens Committee to Elect Chatman Wailes, 1982
Box 88 Folder 11 Citizens Committee to Elect Clifford J. Stark, 1982
Box 88 Folder 12 Citizens Committee to Elect Frank Lumpkin, 1988
Box 88 Folder 13 Citizens Committee to Elect Josie Brown Childs, 1983
Box 88 Folder 14 Citizens Committee to Elect Maurice Perkins, 1995
Box 88 Folder 15 Citizens Committee to Elect Sidney R. Sharif, 1983
Box 88 Folder 15a See Oversize Box 147
Box 88 Folder 16 Citizens for A.A. Rayner, Jr., 1965-1966
Box 88 Folder 17 Citizens for Arthur L. Turner, 1982-2001
Box 88 Folder 18 Citizens for Cardiss Collins, 1988
Box 88 Folder 19 Citizens for Carol Moseley Braun, 1978-1988
Box 88 Folder 20 Citizens for Conyers (John), 1988
Box 88 Folder 21 Citizens for Earlean Collins, [n.d.]
Box 88 Folder 22 Citizens for Danny K. Davis, 1979-2009
Box 88 Folder 23 Citizens for David Orr, 1994-2009
Box 88 Folder 24 Citizens for Dorothy Tillman, 1982-2005
Box 88 Folder 25 Citizens for Jesus Garcia, 1990
Box 88 Folder 26 Citizens for Global Solutions, 2005-2006
Box 88 Folder 27 Citizens for Tom Harkin, 2009
Box 88 Folder 28 Citizens for Marshall Hatch, 2003
Box 88 Folder 29 Citizens for Hazel Dorsey Domangue, 1978
Box 88 Folder 30 Citizens for Helen Shiller, 2002-2005
Box 88 Folder 31 Citizens for Howard, 2003-2006
Box 88 Folder 32 Citizens for Jesse White, 2004-2009
Box 88 Folder 33 Citizens for Joe Moore, 2007; [n.d.]
Box 88 Folder 34 Citizens for Joseph E Gardner, 1992
Box 88 Folder 35 Citizens for Miguel Del Valle, 2005
Box 88 Folder 36 Citizens for Sam Patch, 1983
Box 88 Folder 37 Citizens for Ricardo Munoz, 2005-2007
Box 88 Folder 38 Citizens for Rush, 2006
Box 88 Folder 39 Citizens for Stroger, 2005
Box 89 Folder 1 Citizens for Tommy Savage, 1983
Box 89 Folder 2 Citizens for Toni Preckwinkle, 2005
Box 89 Folder 3 Citizens for Washington, 1980
Box 89 Folder 4 Citizens Housing Committee, 1960-1963
Box 89 Folder 5 Citizens Information Service of Illinois, 1979-2002
Box 89 Folder 6 Citizens Party of Illinois, 1981
Box 89 Folder 7 Citizens Schools Committee, 1961-1991
Box 89 Folder 8 Citizens to Elect Deloris M. Foster, 1976
Box 89 Folder 9 Citizens to Elect Tim Black 22nd Dist. State Rep., 1980
Box 89 Folder 10 Citizens to Re-elect Alderman Freddrenna M. Lyle, 2003
Box 89 Folder 11 Citizens to Re-elect Monica Faith Stewart, 1982
Box 89 Folder 12 Citizens to Unite the 21st Ward, 1986
Box 89 Folder 13 Citizens Utility Board, 2002-2007
Box 89 Folder 14 Citizens Workshop, 1980-1981
Box 89 Folder 15 City Club of Chicago, 2003-2006
Box 89 Folder 16 City-Wide Coalition for Open Government, 1983-1985
Box 89 Folder 17 City-Wide Coalition for School Reform, 1990-1991
Box 89 Folder 18 City-Wide Conference for Community Control of Police, 1973
Box 89 Folder 19 City-Wide Task Force, [n.d.]
Box 89 Folder 20 Civic Coalition, 1984
Box 90 Folder 1 Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1988-2006
Box 90 Folder 2 Cliff Dwellers, [n.d.]
Box 90 Folder 3 Coalition Against U.S. Intervention in Cuba, 1993
Box 90 Folder 4 Coalition for Access to the United Way, 1980
Box 90 Folder 5 Coalition for Illinois’ Divestment from South Africa (CIDSA), 1986
Box 90 Folder 6 Coalition for Improved Education in South Shore (CIESS), 2005
Box 90 Folder 7 Coalition for New Priorities, 1995
Box 90 Folder 8 Coalition for Open Government, 1985
Box 90 Folder 9 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), Chicago Chapter, 1970s-1990s
Box 90 Folder 10 CBTU 12th Convention, May 1983. CBTU Convention materials.
Box 90 Folder 11 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), 2000-2005
Box 90 Folder 12 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), 2006
Box 90 Folder 13 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), 2007-2009
Box 91 Folder 1 Coalition of Concerned Clergy for Chicago, 1992
Box 91 Folder 2 Coalition on the Media, 1992-1994
Box 91 Folder 3 Coalition to End Grand Jury Abuse, 1977
Box 91 Folder 4 Coalition to Free Geronimo Pratt, 1979-1980
Box 91 Folder 5 Coalition to Protect Public Housing, [n.d.]
Box 91 Folder 6 Coalition to Salute Americas Heroes, 2008
Box 91 Folder 7 Coalition to Save the Met (Metropolitan Community Church), 1995
Box 91 Folder 8 Coalition to Save the South Shore Country Club, 1981
Box 91 Folder 9 Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, 2003-2007
Box 91 Folder 10 Colonial Williamsburg, 1993-2007
Box 91 Folder 11 Columbia College—Early Chicago Celebration Project, 1982
Box 91 Folder 12 Commemorative Air Force Red Tail Project, 2008
Box 91 Folder 13 Commission on Chicago Landmarks, 1989-2006
Box 91 Folder 14 Committee for Accountability and Progress in the 9th Ward (Charles M White), 1970s
Box 91 Folder 15 Committee for a Black Mayor, 1974
Box 91 Folder 16 Committee for a Democratic Majority, 2003-2008
Box 91 Folder 17 Committee for a Free Africa, 1978
Box 91 Folder 18 Committee for an Effective City Council, 1967-1985 (See also Boxes 3-6 and Box 11, Employment)
Box 91 Folder 19 Committee for Chicago Black Firefighters History, 1995-1996
Box 91 Folder 20 Committee for the Arts, 1967
Box 91 Folder 21 Committee for the Survival of Black Institutions, 1980s
Box 91 Folder 22 Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPE), 2006-2007
Box 91 Folder 23 Committee in Support of Southern Africa, 1981
Box 91 Folder 24 Committee of 100 (NAACP-LDF), 1966
Box 91 Folder 25 Committee on Adequate Housing for Chicago, 1959
Box 91 Folder 26 Committee on Illinois Government, 1974
Box 91 Folder 27 Committee to Elect Charles J. Stewart, [n.d.]
Box 91 Folder 28 Committee to Elect Danny Davis, 1988-1991
Box 91 Folder 29 Committee to Elect Eldora Davis, 1987
Box 91 Folder 30 Committee to Elect Fred Jackson, [n.d.]
Box 91 Folder 31 Committee to Elect Harold Washington, 1981-1983
Box 91 Folder 32 Committee to Elect Howard Brookins, Jr., 2005
Box 91 Folder 33 Committee to Elect Michael Wayne Smith, 1982
Box 91 Folder 34 Committee to End Discrimination in Chicago Medical Institutions (CED), 1963
Box 91 Folder 35 Committee to Honor John Hope Franklin, 2004
Box 91 Folder 36 Committee to Save Cook County Hospital, 1978
Box 91 Folder 37 Committee to Save the DuSable Museum, 1994
Box 91 Folder 38 Committee to Save Mumia Abu-Jamal, 1991-2006
Box 91 Folder 39 Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, 2002-2006
Box 92 Folder 1 Common Cause, 2003-2007
Box 92 Folder 2 Communist Party of Illinois, 1981-2003
Box 92 Folder 3 Community Empowerment Conference, 1982
Box 92 Folder 4 Community Linkages, Inc., 1991
Box 92 Folder 5 Community Media Workshop, 1996-2009
Box 92 Folder 6 Community Mental Health Council, 1975-2006
Box 92 Folder 7 Community of Men, 1998
Box 92 Folder 8 Community Renewal Society, 1973-2008
Box 92 Folder 9 Community Workshops on Economic Development, 1998
Box 92 Folder 10 Comprand, Inc., 1978-1996
Box 92 Folder 11 Comprehensive Health Planning, Inc., 1975-1981
Box 93 Folder 1 Concerned Christian Men, Inc., 2004-2005
Box 93 Folder 2 Concerned Citizens Council of Morgan Park, 1976
Box 93 Folder 3 Concerned Citizens for Police Reform, 1972-1973
Box 93 Folder 4 Concerned Professionals for Washington, 1983
Box 93 Folder 5 Conference for Women of Africa and African Descent, 1960
Box 93 Folder 6 Congregation Hakafa, 1994
Box 93 Folder 7 Congregational Church of Park Manor, 1993-2005
Box 93 Folder 8 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)—Chicago Chapter, 1946-1964 (See also Boxes 126-127, NALC)
Box 93 Folder 9 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)—National, 1962-1995
Box 93 Folder 10 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, 1972-1980
Box 93 Folder 11 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, 1981
Box 93 Folder 12 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, 1982-2007
Box 93 Folder 13 Conservative Caucus, 2007
Box 93 Folder 14 Cook County College Teachers Union, 1979-2007
Box 93 Folder 15 Cook County Cultural Coalition, 1989
Box 93 Folder 16 Cook County Judicial Advisory Council, 1997
Box 94 Folder 1 Co-Op Markets, 2001
Box 94 Folder 2 Co-ordinating Council for Handicapped Children, 1981
Box 94 Folder 3 Co-ordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO) Members list…, 1963-1964
Box 94 Folder 4 Co-ordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO), 1965 (See also Oversize Boxes 147 and 257)
Box 94 Folder 5 Co-ordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO), 1966 (See also Oversize Boxes 147 and 257)
Box 94 Folder 6 Coppin House, 2006-2007
Box 94 Folder 7 Council for a Livable World, 2003-2008
Box 94 Folder 8 Council for a Parliament of the Worlds…, 1994-1995
Box 94 Folder 9 Council for Community Services in Metropolitan Chicago, 1977
Box 94 Folder 10 Council for Government Reform, 1999-2000
Box 94 Folder 11 Council for Jewish Elderly, 2007
Box 94 Folder 12 Council of Black Churches, 1985
Box 94 Folder 13 Council of Indian Nations, 2005-2007
Box 94 Folder 14 Council of Seniors, 2000s
Box 94 Folder 15 Cousins for Supreme Court Justice, 1990-2000
Box 94 Folder 16 Covert Action Information Bulletin, 1988-1990
Box 94 Folder 17 Crossroads Fund, 1981-2007
Box 94 Folder 18 Crossroads Interfaith Ministry for Racial Justice, 2003-2009
Box 94 Folder 19 [Barbara Flynn] Currie for State Representative Committee, 2006-2007
Box 94 Folder 20 Cynthia McKinney for Congress, 2005
Box 95 Folder 1 Dance Africa, 1993-1995
Box 95 Folder 2 Daniel Hale Williams Multiplex, 2005; 2010
Box 95 Folder 3 Danny K Davis 29th Ward People’s Assembly, 1993
Box 95 Folder 4 David Reed for Congress, [n.d.]
Box 95 Folder 5 [Danny K.] Davis for Congress, [n.d.]
Box 95 Folder 6 Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund, 2005-2007
Box 95 Folder 7 Deborah’s Place, 2007
Box 95 Folder 8 Debs-Thomas-Harrington Annual Dinner, 1977-2009
Box 95 Folder 9 December 4th Committee, 1968
Box 95 Folder 10 Defending Dissent Foundation, 2007-2009
Box 95 Folder 11 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority – Chicago Directory, [n.d.]
Box 95 Folder 12 Democracy Agenda Project, 1993-1994
Box 95 Folder 13 Democracy for America, 2008
Box 95 Folder 14 Democracy for South Africa/Mandela Freedom Fund, 1993
Box 95 Folder 15 Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, 2006
Box 95 Folder 16 Democratic National Committee, 1981-2009 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 95 Folder 17 Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 2000-2003
Box 95 Folder 18 Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, 1977-1981
Box 95 Folder 19 Democratic Socialists of America, 2006-2007
Box 95 Folder 20 Democrats for America, 2006
Box 95 Folder 21 Democrats for America’s Future, 2006
Box 95 Folder 22 Demos, 2001
Box 95 Folder 23 Demy Educational Resource Center, 1981
Box 95 Folder 24 Department of Housing and Urban Development - 100th Congress, 1987-1988
Box 95 Folder 25 DePaul University, 1997-1999
Box 95 Folder 26 Design for Change, 1990-1991
Box 95 Folder 27 De Veaux Group, 1998
Box 95 Folder 28 Developing Government Accountability to the People, 2006
Box 96 Folder 1 Dick Durbin for U.S. Senate, 1996-2006
Box 96 Folder 2 Disabled American Veterans, 2003-2006
Box 96 Folder 3 Disarm Education Fund, 2005-2006
Box 96 Folder 4 Divestiture Working Group, [n.d.]
Box 96 Folder 5 Doctors Without Borders, 2005
Box 96 Folder 6 Dorothy McConner Educational Enrichment Program (DMEEP), 2006-2007
Box 96 Folder 7 Downtown Neighborhood Improvement Association of New Orleans, 2007
Box 96 Folder 8 Drug Policy Alliance, [n.d.]
Box 96 Folder 9 Duke Ellington Collection, National Museum of American History, 1989-1999
Box 96 Folder 10 Duke Ellington Society, 1979-1989
Box 96 Folder 11 Duke Ellington Society, 1990-1993
Box 96 Folder 12 Duke Ellington Society, 1994-1996
Box 97 Folder 1 Duke Ellington Society, 1997-1998
Box 97 Folder 2 Duke Ellington Society, 1999-2000s
Box 97 Folder 3 Duke Ellington Society International Conferences, 1990-2000
Box 97 Folder 4 DuSable Alumni Association, 1941-1979
Box 97 Folder 5 DuSable Alumni Association, 1980-1989
Box 97 Folder 6 DuSable Alumni Association, 1990-1999
Box 98 Folder 1 DuSable Alumni Association, 2000-2002
Box 98 Folder 2 DuSable Alumni Association, 2003-2005
Box 98 Folder 3 DuSable Alumni Association, 2006-2008
Box 98 Folder 4 DuSable High School, 1930-1950s (See also Oversize Box 257)
Box 99 Folder 1 DuSable High School, 1960s-1980s
Box 99 Folder 2 DuSable High School, 1990s
Box 99 Folder 3 DuSable High School, 2000-2010
Box 99 Folder 4 DuSable Museum, 1979-2006
Box 99 Folder 5 DuSable Parents United Committee, 1995
Box 100 Folder 1 Earl S. Johnson Committee, 1959
Box 100 Folder 2 Earthworks, 2006
Box 100 Folder 3 East-West University, 2006
Box 100 Folder 4 Ed Equity Coalition, 1990
Box 100 Folder 5 Ed Equity Coalition, 1991
Box 100 Folder 6 Ed Equity Coalition, 1992-93
Box 100 Folder 7 Education Development Center (EDC), 1978
Box 101 Folder 1 Education Development Center (EDC), 1979-1982
Box 101 Folder 2 Educators for Harold Washington for Mayor, 1982-1983
Box 101 Folder 3 Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1992
Box 101 Folder 4 Ellen Stone Institute, 2009
Box 101 Folder 5 Ellington Concert Committee, 1994
Box 101 Folder 6 Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., 1984
Box 101 Folder 7 Emergency Committee on Education, 1961
Box 101 Folder 8 Emil Jones, Jr. Youth Foundation, Inc., [n.d.]
Box 101 Folder 9 Emily’s List, 2005-2006
Box 101 Folder 10 Englewood Community Cultural Planning Council, 2007
Box 101 Folder 11 Environmental Defense, 2005-2008
Box 101 Folder 12 ETA Creative Arts Foundation, Inc., 1990-2000
Box 101 Folder 13 ETA Creative Arts Foundation, Inc., 2001-2007
Box 101 Folder 14 Ethical Humanist Society of Greater Chicago, 2006-2007
Box 101 Folder 15 Exodus Renewal Society, Inc., 2005
Box 102 Folder 1 Facing History and Ourselves, 1994
Box 102 Folder 2 FAIR Coalition, 1991-1992
Box 102 Folder 3 Faith Community of St. Sabina, 2007
Box 102 Folder 4 Family Link, 1979
Box 102 Folder 5 Federated Teen Guidance Council, 1965
Box 102 Folder 6 Federated Waiters, Bartenders, Waitresses and Cooks Union, Local #356 (Willis Thomas), 1953-1960
Box 102 Folder 7 Federation for American Immigration Reform, 2007
Box 102 Folder 8 Feed the Children, 2008
Box 102 Folder 9 Feeding the Hungry, 2007
Box 102 Folder 10 Feingold Senate Committee, 2004-2006
Box 102 Folder 11 [Diane] Feinstein for Senator, 2006
Box 102 Folder 12 Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), 2003-2005
Box 102 Folder 13 Feminists for Life of America, [n.d.]
Box 102 Folder 14 Fernwood United Methodist Church, [n.d.]
Box 102 Folder 15 Field Museum, 1993-1995
Box 102 Folder 16 Fifth Ward Citizens for Bloom, 1987
Box 102 Folder 17 Fight Back America, [n.d.]
Box 102 Folder 18 FINCA, [n.d.]
Box 102 Folder 19 First Amendment Foundation, 2005-2006
Box 102 Folder 20 First Chicago Neighborhood Development Corporation, 1982
Box 102 Folder 21 First Congressional District Citizens Committee, 1979
Box 102 Folder 22 First Congressional District – Education Task Force, 1981 January-July (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 102 Folder 23 First Congressional District – Education Task Force, 1981 August-December (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 102 Folder 24 First Congressional District – Education Task Force, 1982-1992 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 102 Folder 25 First Congressional District “Favorite Son” Slate Committee, 1984
Box 102 Folder 26 First Congressional District – Housing Task Force, 1981
Box 102 Folder 27 First Congressional District –Task Forces (incl. Military Task Force), 1982-1990
Box 103 Folder 1 First Unitarian Church of Chicago, 1950s-1970s
Box 103 Folder 2 First Unitarian Church of Chicago, 1980s-2000s
Box 103 Folder 3 First Unitarian Society of Chicago, 1998-2009
Box 103 Folder 4 First Universalist Church of Chicago, 1963
Box 103 Folder 5 Flower Vocational High School, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 6 Food for the Hungry, 2003-2006
Box 103 Folder 7 Fortune Society, 2007
Box 103 Folder 8 Forty Nine Hundred Drexel Cooperative, 1981-2005
Box 103 Folder 9 Forum to Defend John Clark, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 10 Fourth Ward Development Club, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 11 Fourth Ward Independent Democrats for Timuel D Black Alderman, 1963
Box 103 Folder 12 Fourth Ward Independent Voters of Illinois (IVI), 1962-1975
Box 103 Folder 13 Francis Parker School, 1996
Box 103 Folder 14 See Oversize Box 257
Box 103 Folder 15 Fraternal Order of Police (Illinois), 2007
Box 103 Folder 16 Fred Hampton Memorial Legal Assistance Scholarship Fund, 1973-1974
Box 103 Folder 17 Freedom Action Committee of Chicago, 1961
Box 103 Folder 18 Freeze Supporters for Washington, 1983
Box 103 Folder 19 French Heritage Relief Committee, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 20 Friends Committee on National Legislation, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 21 Friends of Alice Palmer, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 22 Friends of Amistad, 2001
Box 103 Folder 23 Friends of Barack Obama, 2001
Box 103 Folder 24 Friends of Burris Committee, 1993
Box 103 Folder 25 Friends of Donne E. Trotter, 1991
Box 103 Folder 26 Friends of Dorothy Brown, 2005
Box 103 Folder 27 Friends of [Edwin] Eisendrath, 2006
Box 103 Folder 28 Friends of James Forman, 2002
Box 103 Folder 29 Friends of Lane Evans, 2004
Box 103 Folder 30 Friends of Larry Hawkins, 2000
Box 103 Folder 31 Friends of Mattie Hunter, 2004
Box 103 Folder 32 Friends of Phil Hare, 2006
Box 103 Folder 33 Friends of President Bush/Am Federation of Senior Citizens, [n.d.]
Box 103 Folder 34 Friends of Richard H. Newhouse, 1978
Box 103 Folder 35 Friends of Tammy Duckworth, 2006
Box 103 Folder 36 Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 2003
Box 103 Folder 37 Friends of the Amistad, 2001
Box 103 Folder 38 Friends of the Earth, 2006
Box 104 Folder 1 Friends of the Parks, 1979-1980
Box 104 Folder 2 Friends of the Parks, 1981-2009
Box 104 Folder 3 Friends of the Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005
Box 104 Folder 4 Friends of Tim Black, 1978
Box 104 Folder 5 Friends of Walter Burnett, Jr., 2007
Box 104 Folder 6 Friends to Elect C.W. Wilson, 1990
Box 104 Folder 7 Fuerza Unida, 1991
Box 104 Folder 8 Fund for Democratic Elections in South Africa, 1994
Box 104 Folder 9 Fund for Educational Reform, 1991
Box 104 Folder 10 Fund for Equal Justice, 1965
Box 104 Folder 11 Gary Comer Youth Center, 2008
Box 104 Folder 12 Gay Men’s Health Crisis, 2005
Box 104 Folder 13 Genesis Housing Development Corporation, 1999-2006
Box 104 Folder 14 Gettysburg Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 104 Folder 15 Global Africa, 1991
Box 104 Folder 16 Global Fund for Women, 2005
Box 104 Folder 17 Global Solutions, 2006
Box 104 Folder 18 God First Ministries, 2005
Box 104 Folder 19 God’s Place, 2004
Box 104 Folder 20 Goodman Theater, 1996-2004
Box 104 Folder 21 Government Accountability Project (G.A.P.), 2004-2007
Box 104 Folder 22 Governor’s State University, 1971-1996
Box 105 Folder 1 Grand Blvd. Federation, 1997-2000
Box 105 Folder 2 Grand Blvd. Federation, 2001-2009
Box 105 Folder 3 Grant Memorial A.M.E. Church, 1994
Box 105 Folder 4 Grassroots Voter Registration Coordinating Committee, 1987 (See also Harold Washington Subject Research Series)
Box 105 Folder 5 Gray Panthers, 2007
Box 105 Folder 6 Great Black Music Project, 2006
Box 105 Folder 7 Great Lakes Experience, 2003
Box 105 Folder 8 Greater Bethesda Baptist Church, 1994
Box 105 Folder 9 Greater Chicago Broadcast Ministries, 2006
Box 105 Folder 10 Greater Chicago Committee Against Police Brutality, [n.d.]
Box 105 Folder 11 Greater Chicago Food Depository, 2005-2007
Box 105 Folder 12 Greater Mount Moriah Baptist Church, 1963
Box 105 Folder 13 Greater Roseland Organization, 1981
Box 105 Folder 14 Greene County Career Center, 2005
Box 105 Folder 15 Greensboro Justice Fund, 2005-2007
Box 105 Folder 16 Griffin Funeral Home, 1992
Box 105 Folder 17 Guardianship and Advocacy Commission, 1980
Box 105 Folder 18 Gus Savage for Congress, 1979 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 105 Folder 19 Gus Savage Foundation, 1980-1982
Box 106 Folder 1 Haiti Reborn, 2007
Box 106 Folder 2 Haitian Legacy Bicentennial Committee, 2002-2004
Box 106 Folder 3 Hale House, [n.d.]
Box 106 Folder 4 Hands Across America, 1986
Box 106 Folder 5 Hands Off Assata Campaign, [n.d.]
Box 106 Folder 6 [John Marshall] Harlan High School, 1960-1961
Box 106 Folder 7 Harold Rogers Research Group (Cuba Trip), 2001-2003
Box 106 Folder 8 Harold Washington Commemorative Year, 2007-2008
Box 106 Folder 9 Harold Washington Foundation, 1983-1997
Box 106 Folder 10 Harold Washington Party, 1977-1991 (See also Harold Washington Subject Research Series)
Box 106 Folder 11 Hartzell Memorial United Methodist Church, 2004
Box 106 Folder 12 Harvey Memorial Community Church, 2007
Box 106 Folder 13 Hayes for Congress Committee, 1983
Box 106 Folder 14 Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, 1994-2005
Box 106 Folder 15 Healthy Schools Campaign, 2003
Box 106 Folder 16 Help Hospitalized Veterans, 2005-2007
Box 106 Folder 17 Herbert Lehman Education Fund, 1980
Box 106 Folder 18 Highlander Research and Education Center, 1996-2007
Box 106 Folder 19 History Makers, 1999-2009
Box 107 Folder 1 Holy Angels Church, 1981-1991
Box 107 Folder 2 Hope Africa, 2006
Box 107 Folder 3 Hope Fund, 2006
Box 107 Folder 4 Hot House, 2005
Box 107 Folder 5 House of Prayer Apostolic Church Project, 1973
Box 107 Folder 6 Howalton Day School, 1978
Box 107 Folder 7 Hull House, [n.d.]
Box 107 Folder 8 Human Relations Foundation of Chicago, 1990-1996
Box 107 Folder 9 Human Relations Foundation of Chicago, 1997-2002
Box 107 Folder 10 Human Resources Development Institute, 1983-1987
Box 107 Folder 11 Human Rights Campaign, 2002-2003
Box 107 Folder 12 Human Rights Watch, [n.d.]
Box 107 Folder 13 Hyde Park and Kenwood Interfaith Council, 1991-2007
Box 107 Folder 14 Hyde Park Career Academy, 1993
Box 107 Folder 15 Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, 2005
Box 107 Folder 16 Hyde Park Coalition, 1981
Box 107 Folder 17 Hyde Park Co-op, 1973-2003
Box 107 Folder 18 Hyde Park Community Peace Center, 1962
Box 108 Folder 1 Hyde Park High School, 1962-1994
Box 108 Folder 2 Hyde Park High School, 1995-2007
Box 108 Folder 3 Hyde Park Historical Society, 2002-2007
Box 108 Folder 4 Hyde Park Kenwood Community Conference, 1963; 2003
Box 108 Folder 5 Idlewild Foundation, 2006
Box 108 Folder 6 Illinois African American & Latino Higher Education Alliance, 2008
Box 108 Folder 7 Illinois Association of Health Planning Consumers, [n.d.]
Box 108 Folder 8 Illinois Association of Realtors, 2007-2008
Box 108 Folder 9 Illinois Black Leadership Roundtable, 1990
Box 108 Folder 10 Illinois Black Political Caucus – Chicago Region, 1974
Box 108 Folder 11 Illinois Campaign for Political Reform, 2006
Box 108 Folder 12 Illinois Citizens for Handgun Control, 1994
Box 108 Folder 13 Illinois Coalition Against the Death Penalty, 1981
Box 108 Folder 14 Illinois Coalition Against Reagan Economics, 1982
Box 108 Folder 15 Illinois Coalition for National Campaign Reform, 1993
Box 108 Folder 16 Illinois Coalition in Solidarity with Liberation of Peoples of Southern Africa, 1981
Box 108 Folder 17 Illinois Consultation on Ethnicity in Education, 1974-1979
Box 108 Folder 18 Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, 2006-2007
Box 108 Folder 19 Illinois Council for Black Studies (ICBS), 1979-1982
Box 108 Folder 20 Illinois Council of Police, [n.d.]
Box 108 Folder 21 Illinois Democratic Party (Unity 88), 1988
Box 108 Folder 22 Illinois Education Association, 1963-1982
Box 108 Folder 23 Illinois Ethnic Coalition, 1996
Box 108 Folder 24 Illinois Freeze Voters, 1988
Box 108 Folder 25 Illinois Friends of the Daily World , 1980
Box 109 Folder 1 Illinois Humanities Council, 1991-2001
Box 109 Folder 2 Illinois Humanities Council (Brown vs. BOE), 2004 (1 of 2)
Box 109 Folder 3 Illinois Humanities Council (Brown vs. BOE), 2004 (2 of 2)
Box 109 Folder 4 Illinois Institute of Technology, 1999-2009
Box 109 Folder 5 Illinois Judicial Council, 1999
Box 109 Folder 6 Illinois Labor History Society, 2009
Box 109 Folder 7 Illinois Legislative Black Caucus, 1991
Box 109 Folder 8 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, 1996
Box 109 Folder 9 Illinois Moratorium Project, 2000
Box 109 Folder 10 Illinois Peace Action, 2005
Box 109 Folder 11 Illinois Rally for Civil Rights, 1964
Box 109 Folder 12 Illinois Senate, 2002
Box 109 Folder 13 Illinois State Historical Society, 2001-2004
Box 109 Folder 14 Illinois State Representative Lovana “Lou” Jones, 1991
Box 109 Folder 15 Illinois State University Committee on Black Concerns…Higher Education, 1982
Box 109 Folder 16 Imagining America, 2000
Box 110 Folder 1 Imagining America, 2001-2004
Box 110 Folder 2 In These Times, 2005
Box 110 Folder 3 Independent Voters of Illinois-Independent Precinct Organization, 1960-1979
Box 110 Folder 4 Independent Voters of Illinois-Independent Precinct Organization, 1980-2009
Box 110 Folder 5 Inner City Youth Foundation, Inc., 2001
Box 110 Folder 6 Inspired Partnerships, 1995
Box 110 Folder 7 Institute for Athletics and Education 1988-1992
Box 110 Folder 8 Institute of the Black World, 1973-1979
Box 110 Folder 9 Interfaith Alliance, [n.d.]
Box 110 Folder 10 Interfaith House, 2005-2008
Box 110 Folder 11 International Campaign for Tibet, [n.d.]
Box 110 Folder 12 International Children’s Fund, [n.d.]
Box 110 Folder 13 International Committee Against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in South Africa (ICSA), 1981
Box 110 Folder 14 International Exchange Program, 1985
Box 110 Folder 15 International Rescue Committee, 2006-2008
Box 110 Folder 16 International Society of Sons and Daughters of Slave Ancestry, 1998
Box 110 Folder 17 International Visitor’s Center of Chicago, 2004
Box 110 Folder 18 Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), 2007
Box 111 Folder 1 Jackson Non-violent Movement, 1962
Box 111 Folder 2 Jackson Park Advisory Council, 2006-2007
Box 111 Folder 3 Jane Goodall Institute, 2005-2007
Box 111 Folder 4 Jane Kennedy Movement, 1975
Box 111 Folder 5 Japanese American Citizens League, 1973
Box 111 Folder 6 Jaunine C. Clark Leukemia Research Fund, [n.d.]
Box 111 Folder 7 Jazz at Lincoln Center, 2005-2009
Box 111 Folder 8 Jazz Cruise, 1998-2000
Box 111 Folder 9 Jazz Heritage Society, [n.d.]
Box 111 Folder 10 Jazz Institute, 1999-2005
Box 111 Folder 11 Jazz Institute, 2006-2010
Box 111 Folder 12 Jazz Museum of Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 111 Folder 13 Jazz Party at Sea, 1997-2004
Box 111 Folder 14 Jazz Threads, Inc., 1998-2004
Box 112 Folder 1 Jazz Unites, Inc., 1991-2003
Box 112 Folder 2 Jazz Unites, Inc., 2004-2008
Box 112 Folder 3 Jazzology Records, [n.d.]
Box 112 Folder 4 Jesse Jackson ’88
Box 112 Folder 5 Jesse White Tumbling Team, [n.d.]
Box 112 Folder 6 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1970-1999
Box 113 Folder 1 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 2000-2009
Box 113 Folder 2 Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, 1980
Box 113 Folder 3 Jewish Foundation for the Righteous, 2009
Box 113 Folder 4 Jobs with Justice, 2006-2007
Box 113 Folder 5 Johnson Products Co., Inc., 1978
Box 113 Folder 6 Join Jesse Jackson, 1987
Box 113 Folder 7 Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 1976-1989
Box 113 Folder 8 Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 1990-1991
Box 113 Folder 9 Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 1992-1993
Box 114 Folder 1 Josie Brown Childs for Alderman, 1983
Box 114 Folder 2 Justice Coalition of Greater Chicago, 1992-2006
Box 114 Folder 3 Kashmiri-American Council, [n.d.]
Box 114 Folder 4 Kennedy for Senate, 2006
Box 114 Folder 5 Kenneth F. and Harle G. Montgomery Foundation, 1999
Box 114 Folder 6 Kenwood Academy (CPS), 2001
Box 114 Folder 7 Kenwood-Hyde Park Committee to Aid Fayette County, [n.d.]
Box 114 Folder 8 Kenwood Oakland Community Organization (KOCO), 1973-2002
Box 114 Folder 9 Kenwood United Church of Christ, 1963-1994
Box 114 Folder 10 King National Memorial Project Foundation, 2008
Box 114 Folder 11 [Martin] King Preparatory High School, [n.d.]
Box 114 Folder 12 Klanwatch, 1980
Box 114 Folder 13 Komed Health Center, 1977-1979
Box 114 Folder 14 Komed Health Center, 1980-1981
Box 114 Folder 15 Komed Health Center, 1982-1983
Box 115 Folder 1 Komed Health Center, 1987-1989
Box 115 Folder 2 Kuumba Professional Theatre Company, 1980
Box 115 Folder 3 La Rabida, 1991-2007
Box 115 Folder 4 See Oversize Box 147
Box 115 Folder 5 Labor Coalition on Public Utilities, 1981-1983
Box 115 Folder 6 Labor Community Coalition to Save Our Schools, 1994
Box 115 Folder 7 Labor for Metcalfe Committee, 1977
Box 115 Folder 8 Labor Party, 1996
Box 115 Folder 9 Lambda Legal, 2005-2007
Box 115 Folder 10 Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois, 1994-2005
Box 115 Folder 11 Latin School, 2007
Box 115 Folder 12 Latinos United, 2004
Box 115 Folder 13 Lawyers Committee for Harold Washington for Mayor, 1983
Box 115 Folder 14 Lawyers School Reform Advisory Project, 1990-1992
Box 115 Folder 15 Leadership Conference on the School Superintendency, 1965
Box 115 Folder 16 Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, 1990-2005
Box 115 Folder 17 Leadership for Quality Education, 1989-2002
Box 115 Folder 18 [The] Leadership Forum, 1993
Box 115 Folder 19 League of Black Women, 1979-1996
Box 115 Folder 20 League of Conservation Voters, [n.d.]
Box 115 Folder 21 League of Women Voters of Chicago, 2000-2005
Box 115 Folder 22 League to Improve the Community, 1975-1981
Box 115 Folder 23 See Oversize Box 147
Box 115 Folder 24 Lester J. Dugas Park Memorial Committee, 2002
Box 116 Folder 1 Liberty Baptist Church 25th Anniversary
Box 116 Folder 2 Liberty Tree, [n.d.]
Box 116 Folder 3 Library of Congress Associates, [n.d.]
Box 116 Folder 4 Lincoln Park Zoo, 2006
Box 116 Folder 5 Lindeman Center, 2004
Box 116 Folder 6 Lou Rawls Parade of Stars, 1982
Box 116 Folder 7 Louvanna Jones for State Rep., 1992
Box 116 Folder 8 Loyola University of Chicago, 1993-2003
Box 116 Folder 9 Lu Palmer Foundation, Inc., 1978-1983
Box 116 Folder 10 Lugenia Burns Hope Center, 1999
Box 116 Folder 11 [The] Lunch Bunch, 2006
Box 116 Folder 12 Luster Products Black Heritage Foundation, 1999
Box 116 Folder 13 Lyndon LaRouche Exploratory Committee, 1994
Box 116 Folder 14 Madre, 2000
Box 116 Folder 15 Magic Johnson Foundation, 1993
Box 116 Folder 16 Mahalia Jackson Foundation, 1963
Box 116 Folder 17 Mandela Interfaith Committee, 1993
Box 116 Folder 18 March on Conventions Movement for Freedom Now, 1960
Box 116 Folder 19 March on Washington for Peace in Vietnam, 1960-1965
Box 116 Folder 20 March to Save our Children Coalition, [n.d.]
Box 116 Folder 21 Maria Cantwell for Senate, 2006
Box 116 Folder 22 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1991
Box 116 Folder 23 Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, 1987
Box 116 Folder 24 Martin Luther King, Jr. Neighborhood Health Center, 1976
Box 116 Folder 25 Marty Oberman for Attorney General, 1993
Box 116 Folder 26 Mary Herrick Scholarship Fund, 1988-2009 (See also University Church)
Box 116 Folder 27 Matthew House, 2004-2007
Box 116 Folder 28 Meals on Wheels Foundation of Cook County, 2005-2006
Box 116 Folder 29 Medical Assistance Programs (MAP) International, 2007
Box 116 Folder 30 Medical Community for Human Rights, 1964
Box 116 Folder 31 Medical Forum Group, 1963
Box 116 Folder 32 Meharry Medical College, 1991-2005
Box 116 Folder 33 Mel Watt for Congress, 2000
Box 116 Folder 34 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 2005
Box 116 Folder 35 Mental Health Association of Greater Chicago, 1980
Box 116 Folder 36 Mercy Corps, 2007
Box 116 Folder 37 Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, 2005-2007
Box 116 Folder 38 Messiah St. Bartholomew’s Church, 1990
Box 117 Folder 1 Metcalfe for Congress Committee, 1978
Box 117 Folder 2 Metcalfe Project, 2000
Box 117 Folder 3 Metro Seniors in Action, 2006
Box 117 Folder 4 Metropolitan Area Council of Black Churches, 1992-1994
Box 117 Folder 5 Metropolitan Association of Political Professionals, 1994
Box 117 Folder 6 Metropolitan Community Church, 1963-1980
Box 117 Folder 7 Metropolitan Planning Council, 1980-1999 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 117 Folder 8 Metropolitan Planning Council, 2000-2009
Box 117 Folder 9 Metropolitan Tenants Organization, 1982; 2006
Box 117 Folder 10 Mid-South Hunger Walk, 1994
Box 117 Folder 11 Mid-South Planning and Development Commission, 1993-1996
Box 117 Folder 12 Mid-Southside Health Planning Organization, 1972-1974
Box 117 Folder 13 Mid-Southside Health Planning Organization, 1975-1976
Box 118 Folder 1 Mid-Southside Health Services Plan, Inc., 1977-1980
Box 118 Folder 2 Midway Health Services, Inc., 1980
Box 118 Folder 3 Midwest Center for Labor Research, 1991
Box 118 Folder 4 Midwest Committee for Military Counseling, 1983
Box 118 Folder 5 Midwest Community Council, 1981-1991
Box 118 Folder 6 Mid-West Jewish Council, 1990
Box 118 Folder 7 Midwest Regional Center for Drug Free Schools and Communities, 1991
Box 118 Folder 8 Midwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1982-1992
Box 118 Folder 9 Midwest Workers Association, 1997-2009
Box 118 Folder 10 Mike Dukakis for President, 1988
Box 118 Folder 11 Mikva Challenge, 2006-2007
Box 118 Folder 12 Milton Cohen vs. HUAC, 1965
Box 118 Folder 13 Milton Davis Fund, [n.d.]
Box 118 Folder 14 Minorities Organizations Representatives’ Conference, 1963
Box 118 Folder 15 Minority Economic Development Systems, 1979
Box 118 Folder 16 Missionary Sisters of Mary Immaculata, [n.d.]
Box 118 Folder 17 Mississippi Disaster Relief Coalition, 2006
Box 118 Folder 18 Monumental Baptist Church (Philadelphia), 2004
Box 118 Folder 19 Motorola Project, 1963 (See also Negro American Labor Council, NALC)
Box 118 Folder 20 Mountain States Legal Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 118 Folder 21 Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago, 2007
Box 118 Folder 22 Murder Victims’ Families for Human Rights, 2006-2007
Box 118 Folder 23 Murder Victims’ Families for Reconciliation, 2006-2007
Box 118 Folder 24 Museum of Broadcast Communication, 1991
Box 118 Folder 25 Museum of Contemporary Art, 1982-2002
Box 118 Folder 26 Museum of Negro History and Art, 1966 (See also DuSable Museum)
Box 118 Folder 27 Museum of Science and Industry, 2005
Box 119 Folder 1 Nancy B. Jefferson Alternative School, 2006
Box 119 Folder 2 Nation Associates, [n.d.]
Box 119 Folder 3 Nation of Islam, 1993
Box 119 Folder 4 National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), 1988
Box 119 Folder 5 National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, 1980-2005
Box 119 Folder 6 National Alliance for Black Observance Day Committee, 1962
Box 119 Folder 7 National Alliance of Black School Educators, 1973-1976 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 119 Folder 8 National Alliance of Black School Educators, 1977-1981 (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 119 Folder 9 National Alliance of Business, 1985-1986
Box 119 Folder 10 National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, 1981
Box 119 Folder 11 National Archives for Black Women’s History, [n.d.]
Box 119 Folder 12 National Archives—Great Lakes Region, [n.d.]
Box 119 Folder 13 National Association for African American Heritage Preservation, 1996
Box 119 Folder 14 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People—Chicago, 1957-2004
Box 119 Folder 15 NAACP—Evanston/North Shore Branch, 2000-2004
Box 119 Folder 16 NAACP—Legal Defense Fund, 2004-2008
Box 119 Folder 17 NAACP—National Organization, 1990-2005
Box 119 Folder 18 National Association of African American Studies, 2004
Box 119 Folder 19 National Association of Black Professors, Inc., 1980-1981
Box 120 Folder 1 National Association of Black Social Workers, 1980-2006
Box 120 Folder 2 National Association of Community Health Centers, Inc., 1987
Box 120 Folder 3 National Association of Neighborhoods, [n.d.]
Box 120 Folder 4 National Association of Real Estate Brokers, [n.d.]
Box 120 Folder 5 National Baptist Convention, 1963
Box 120 Folder 6 National Bar Association, 1996
Box 120 Folder 7 National Black Child Development Institute, 1978-1981
Box 120 Folder 8 National Black Educators Legislative Council, 1977-1979
Box 120 Folder 9 National Black Expo, 1996
Box 120 Folder 10 National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP), 1980
Box 120 Folder 11 National Black MBA Association, Chicago Chapter, 1990
Box 120 Folder 12 National Black Peoples Unity Convention, 2006
Box 120 Folder 13 National Black Political Coordinating Convention, 2004
Box 120 Folder 14 National Campaign of Tolerance, 2000
Box 120 Folder 15 National Center for Fair and Open Testing, 2005
Box 120 Folder 16 National Center on Poverty Law, 2000-2005
Box 120 Folder 17 National Clearinghouse for Legal Services, Inc., 1998
Box 120 Folder 18 National [Citizens] Commission on African American Education, 1995
Box 120 Folder 19 National Civil Rights Museum, 2007
Box 120 Folder 20 National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA), 2001-2006
Box 120 Folder 21 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, [n.d.]
Box 120 Folder 22 National Coalition to Free the Angola 3, 2001
Box 120 Folder 23 National College of Education, 1963
Box 121 Folder 1 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), 1960s-1970s
Box 121 Folder 2 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), 1980s
Box 121 Folder 3 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), 1990-2007
Box 121 Folder 4 National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1998-2006
Box 121 Folder 5 National Committee on Farm Labor, 1960-1963
Box 121 Folder 6 National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, 2004-2008
Box 121 Folder 7 National Community Reinvestment Coalition, 1996
Box 121 Folder 8 National Conference of Black Lawyers, 1980
Box 121 Folder 9 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1980s
Box 122 Folder 1 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1990-1991
Box 122 Folder 2 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1992
Box 122 Folder 3 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1993-1994
Box 122 Folder 4 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1995-1996
Box 123 Folder 1 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1997-2000
Box 123 Folder 2 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 2001-2004
Box 123 Folder 3 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 2005
Box 123 Folder 4 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 2006- 2008
Box 124 Folder 1 National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc., 1963
Box 124 Folder 2 National Conference on Educational Issues that…Black Community, 1977
Box 124 Folder 3 National Conference on the Black Family, 2007
Box 124 Folder 4 National Conference on Wrongful Convictions and the Death Penalty, 1998
Box 124 Folder 5 National Council for the Study of Mankind, 1963
Box 124 Folder 6 National Council of African Women, 1992
Box 124 Folder 7 National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., 1974
Box 124 Folder 8 National Council of Negro Women, 1993- 2007
Box 124 Folder 9 National Council of Teachers of English, 2005
Box 124 Folder 10 National Council of Senior Citizens, 2000
Box 124 Folder 11 National Crime Prevention Council, 2007
Box 124 Folder 12 National Educators Legislative Council, 1978
Box 124 Folder 13 National Foundation for Cancer Research, 2000
Box 124 Folder 14 National History Day (NHD), 2005
Box 124 Folder 15 National History Society, 1972
Box 124 Folder 16 National Humane Society, [n.d.]
Box 124 Folder 17 National Jazz Museum, 2003
Box 124 Folder 18 National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Inc., 2006
Box 124 Folder 19 National Lawyers Guild, 1981
Box 124 Folder 20 National Leadership Coalition on AIDS, [n.d.]
Box 124 Folder 21 National Merit Scholarship Corp., 1967
Box 124 Folder 22 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 2005
Box 124 Folder 23 See Oversize Box 257
Box 124 Folder 24 National Newspaper Publishers Association, [n.d.]
Box 124 Folder 25 National Organization for Women, 2008
Box 124 Folder 26 National Park Service/UGRR, 1996-1998
Box 124 Folder 27 National Parks and Conservation Association, 2005
Box 124 Folder 28 National Project and Task Force on Desegregation Strategies, 1980
Box 124 Folder 29 National Public Housing Museum, 2008
Box 124 Folder 30 National Rainbow Coalition, 1990
Box 124 Folder 31 National Reparation Convention, 2001-2006
Box 124 Folder 32 National Republican Senatorial/Congressional Committee, 2007
Box 124 Folder 33 National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students, 1974-1975
Box 124 Folder 34 National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc., 1960
Box 125 Folder 1 National Storytelling Network, 2002-2003
Box 125 Folder 2 National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1996-2006
Box 125 Folder 3 National Urban Alliance for Effective Education, 1990
Box 125 Folder 4 National Urban League, 1977-2007
Box 125 Folder 5 National Veterans Services Fund, 2007
Box 125 Folder 6 National World War II Memorial, 2003
Box 125 Folder 7 National World War II Museum, 2004-2008
Box 125 Folder 8 Native American Aid, [n.d.]
Box 125 Folder 9 Native American Heritage Association, 2004-2005
Box 125 Folder 10 Native American Rights Fund, 2005
Box 125 Folder 11 Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 2006
Box 125 Folder 12 Nature Conservancy, 2006
Box 125 Folder 13 Navaho Relief Fund, 2007
Box 125 Folder 14 Navajo Uranium Miners and Widows Fund, [n.d.]
Box 125 Folder 15 N’Digo Foundation, 1994-2006
Box 125 Folder 16 Near North Health Service Corporation, 2006
Box 125 Folder 17 Near South Coalition of Community Organizations, 1988
Box 125 Folder 18 Near South Planning Board, 1995
Box 125 Folder 19 Negative Population Growth, 2007
Box 126 Folder 1 Negro American Labor Council (NALC) founding conference, 1960
Box 126 Folder 2 NALC, Chicago Chapter history (Four chapters from an early draft of an unpublished book by Robert McKersie. Restricted until publication of book .)
Box 126 Folder 3 NALC, Chicago Chapter membership roster, 1960s
Box 126 Folder 4 NALC, Chicago Chapter clipping files, 1960s
Box 126 Folder 5 NALC, Chicago Chapter clipping files, 1960s
Box 126 Folder 6 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, 1960-1961
Box 126 Folder 7 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, 1962
Box 126 Folder 8 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, 1962
Box 127 Folder 1 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, 1963-1964
Box 127 Folder 2 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, 1965-1966
Box 127 Folder 3 NALC, Chicago Chapter correspondence, [n.d.] (See also Oversize Box 147)
Box 127 Folder 4 NALC, Milwaukee, 1963
Box 127 Folder 5 Negro History Roundtable, 1965
Box 127 Folder 6 Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, 1999-2005
Box 127 Folder 7 Neighborhood Capital Budget Group, 2002-2004
Box 127 Folder 8 Neighborhood Conservation Corps, 1996
Box 127 Folder 9 Neighborhood Institute, 1980
Box 127 Folder 10 Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, 2007
Box 127 Folder 11 Nelson Mandela—70th Birthday Party Committee, 1988
Box 127 Folder 12 New Alliance Party, 1985
Box 127 Folder 13 New Black Renaissance Group, Inc., 1992
Box 127 Folder 14 New Coalition at the Heartland Institute, 2003-2006
Box 128 Folder 1 Newberry Library, 1999-2002
Box 128 Folder 2 Newberry Library Associates, 1991-2005
Box 128 Folder 3 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni, 1935-1984
Box 128 Folder 4 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni, 1985-1999
Box 128 Folder 5 Night Ministry, 2003
Box 128 Folder 6 No Death Penalty for Zolo (NDPFZ), 2005
Box 128 Folder 7 No Separate Peace, 2006
Box 128 Folder 8 NOMOR (Committee for a Nuclear Overkill Moratorium), 1980-1981
Box 128 Folder 9 North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, 2006-2007
Box 128 Folder 10 North Kenwood Oakland Conservation Community Council, 1992; 2006
Box 128 Folder 11 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, 2004
Box 128 Folder 12 Northeastern Illinois University, 1980
Box 128 Folder 13 Northwest-side Registration Project, 1994
Box 128 Folder 14 Northwestern University/Center for Wrongful Convictions, 2006
Box 128 Folder 15 Northwestern University/Institute for Policy Research, 1996; 2003
Box 128 Folder 16 Northwestern University/various programs, 1974-2001
Box 129 Folder 1 Obama for Illinois, 2003
Box 129 Folder 2 Obama 08/Obama for America, 2005-2007
Box 129 Folder 3 Oglala Lakota College, 2008
Box 129 Folder 4 [The] Old Bunch, 2005-2006
Box 129 Folder 5 Olive Branch, 2005-2006
Box 129 Folder 6 One Church One Child/One Church One Family, 2008
Box 129 Folder 7 Operation Hope, 2005
Box 129 Folder 8 Oppenheimer Family Foundation, 2005-2006
Box 129 Folder 9 Oral History Association, 1995-1999
Box 129 Folder 10 Oral History Association, 2000-2002
Box 129 Folder 11 Oral History Association, 2003-2005
Box 130 Folder 1 Oral History Association, 2006-2009
Box 130 Folder 2 Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC), [n.d.]
Box 130 Folder 3 Ora Higgins Youth Foundation, 1980
Box 130 Folder 4 Organization for the Southwest Community, 1968
Box 130 Folder 5 Organization of Black Designers, 2005
Box 130 Folder 6 Overseas Americans Remember, 2010
Box 130 Folder 7 Overturn the Bakke Decision Committee, [n.d.]
Box 130 Folder 8 Oxfam, 2006
Box 130 Folder 9 Pan-Hellenic Community Action Council, 1982
Box 130 Folder 10 Parent Equalizers of Chicago (PEOC), 1981
Box 130 Folder 11 Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), [n.d.]
Box 130 Folder 12 Parents United for Responsible Education (PURE), 1991-2003
Box 130 Folder 13 Partisan Defense Committee, 1993-2007
Box 130 Folder 14 Partners in Community Development, 1990-1994
Box 130 Folder 15 Partners in Community Development, 1995-1998
Box 130 Folder 16 Passing the Baton, [n.d.]
Box 130 Folder 17 Path Press, [n.d.]
Box 130 Folder 18 Patrick Henry Center, 2007
Box 131 Folder 1 Paul Robeson 100th Birthday Committee, 1997
Box 131 Folder 2 Paul Robeson 100th Birthday Committee, 1997-1998
Box 131 Folder 3 Paul Simon for Senate Inc., 1993
Box 131 Folder 4 Peace Action, 2005-2006
Box 131 Folder 5 Peace Museum, 2000
Box 131 Folder 6 Pennsylvania Humanities Council, [n.d.]
Box 131 Folder 7 People for the American Way, 2003-2006
Box 131 Folder 8 People for Perry Hutchinson Committee, 1991
Box 131 Folder 9 People Organized for Progress (POP), [n.d.]
Box 131 Folder 10 People’s Co-op, 1974
Box 131 Folder 11 People’s Law Office, 2004
Box 131 Folder 11a See Oversize Box 148
Box 131 Folder 12 People’s Weekly World, 2005
Box 132 Folder 1 Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), 2005-2009
Box 132 Folder 2 Pilgrim Baptist Church, 2002
Box 132 Folder 3 Piney Woods School, 2008
Box 132 Folder 4 Plan USA, 2007
Box 132 Folder 5 Planned Parenthood, 1978; 2005
Box 132 Folder 6 Plessy Conference, 1996
Box 132 Folder 7 Police Family Survivors Fund, 2006
Box 132 Folder 8 Political Action Conference of Illinois, 1981
Box 132 Folder 9 Political Action Conference of Illinois, 1982
Box 132 Folder 10 Political Research Associates, 2006
Box 132 Folder 11 Political Rights Defense Fund, 1975
Box 132 Folder 11a See Oversize Box 148
Box 132 Folder 12 Portage Park Presbyterian Church, 1997
Box 132 Folder 13 Positive Anti-Crime Thrust, Inc., 1982-1994
Box 132 Folder 14 Prairie Avenue Community Improvement Assoc., [n.d.]
Box 132 Folder 15 Prairie PAC, 2005
Box 133 Folder 1 President’s Commission for a National Agenda, 1981
Box 133 Folder 2 Prison Reform Advisory Board (PRAB), 1975
Box 133 Folder 3 Private Industry Council, 1989
Box 133 Folder 4 Professional Women’s League for Harold Washington, 1983 (See also Harold Washington Subject Research Series)
Box 133 Folder 5 Program for Neighborhood and Community Improvement, 1981
Box 133 Folder 6 Progressive Chicago Area Network, 1984-1986
Box 133 Folder 7 Progressive Community Church, 1994-2001
Box 133 Folder 8 Progressive Patriots Fund, 2006
Box 133 Folder 9 Project Hope, 2004-2006
Box 133 Folder 10 Project Image, 1987-1989
Box 133 Folder 11 Project Leap, 1987-1988
Box 133 Folder 12 Project South, 2001-2002
Box 133 Folder 13 Project V.O.T.E., 1992
Box 133 Folder 14 Project Vote Smart, 2004-2007
Box 133 Folder 15 Prostate Cancer Foundation, 2007
Box 133 Folder 16 Protest at the Polls, 1963-1964
Box 133 Folder 17 Protestants for the Common Good, 1998-2005
Box 133 Folder 18 Provident Community Development Corporation, 1981
Box 133 Folder 19 Provident Foundation, 1986-2006
Box 133 Folder 20 Provident Hospital, 1997-2002
Box 133 Folder 21 Public Action, 1979
Box 133 Folder 22 Public Citizen, 2005-2007
Box 133 Folder 23 Public Concern Foundation, Inc., 2007
Box 133 Folder 24 Public Housing Museum, [n.d.]
Box 133 Folder 25 Public Square, 2003
Box 133 Folder 26 Public Welfare Coalition, 1995
Box 133 Folder 27 Pullman Porter Museum, 1998
Box 133 Folder 28 People United to Save Humanity (PUSH), 1979-2005
Box 133 Folder 29 Quinn Chapel (See Box 1)
Box 133 Folder 30 Railroad Retirement Board, 1997
Box 133 Folder 31 Rain Forest Action Network, [n.d.]
Box 134 Folder 1 Ralph Metcalfe, Jr. for 3rd Ward Alderman, 1979
Box 134 Folder 2 Randolph/Pullman Museum Gallery, 2006
Box 134 Folder 3 Red Cloud Indian School, 2004-2006
Box 134 Folder 4 Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 2006
Box 134 Folder 5 [The] Renaissance Collaborative Inc., 2002
Box 134 Folder 6 Renaissance Women, 1982
Box 134 Folder 7 Research for a Cure, [n.d.]
Box 134 Folder 8 Resist, 2005-2006
Box 134 Folder 9 Resource Center, 1994
Box 134 Folder 10 Rethinking the Region, [n.d.]
Box 134 Folder 11 Retired Teacher Association of Chicago, 2006
Box 134 Folder 12 Revolutionary Communist 4, 2005
Box 134 Folder 13 Ricardo Munoz for Congress, 2007
Box 134 Folder 14 Richard Giovanoni for State Representative, 1982
Box 134 Folder 15 Robbins Historical Society and Museum, 2006
Box 134 Folder 16 Robert Floid Plump for Mayor, 1983
Box 134 Folder 17 Rockefeller Chapel Choir, [n.d.]
Box 134 Folder 18 Roger Baldwin Foundation of American Civil Liberties Union, Inc., 1974-2001
Box 134 Folder 19 Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU, Inc., 2001-2002
Box 134 Folder 20 Rogers Park Historical Society, 1995
Box 134 Folder 21 Roja Productions, 2003-2004
Box 134 Folder 22 Roosevelt University, 2008 (See also Oversize Box 148)
Box 134 Folder 23 Roosevelt University Alumni Association, 1974; 2006-2007
Box 134 Folder 24 Rosenberg Fund for Children, 2003-2006
Box 134 Folder 25 Rosenwald Round-Up, 1989-2002
Box 134 Folder 26 Roseland/Pullman/Kensington Human Relations Council, 2000
Box 134 Folder 27 Round Table for African American History, 1967-1979
Box 134 Folder 28 Running Strong for American Indian Youth, 1998
Box 135 Folder 1 Safer Foundation, 1978
Box 135 Folder 2 Saint Elizabeth School, 2004-2005
Box 135 Folder 3 Saint John Church—Baptist, 1992-1998
Box 135 Folder 4 Saint Joseph’s Historic Foundation, Inc., [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 5 Saint Joseph’s Indian School, [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 6 Saint Labre Indian School, [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 7 Saint Mark United Methodist Church, 1983-2009
Box 135 Folder 8 Saint Paul C.M.E. Church, 1942-1948
Box 135 Folder 9 St. Sabina Church, 2009
Box 135 Folder 10 Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, 2004
Box 135 Folder 11 Salvation Army, 2006
Box 135 Folder 12 Samuel Reid for 6th Ward Alderman, 1986
Box 135 Folder 13 Sanders for Senate, 2005-2006
Box 135 Folder 14 Sanmar Financial Network, 2004
Box 135 Folder 15 Saunders and Associates, [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 16 Save Our Children Foundation, 1997
Box 135 Folder 17 Save the Palm Tavern Task Force, 2001
Box 135 Folder 18 [Jan] Schakowsky for Congress, 2003
Box 135 Folder 19 [Adam] Schiff for Congress, 2005
Box 135 Folder 20 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 2002-2006
Box 135 Folder 21 School Tech Services, 1991
Box 135 Folder 22 Schools First, [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 23 SCP—TV Worldwide, 2002
Box 135 Folder 24 Second Congressional District Citizens Committee (Gus Savage), 1981
Box 135 Folder 25 Selective Service System, 1972
Box 135 Folder 26 Senator Alice Palmer’s 13th District Education Committee, 1993-1994
Box 135 Folder 27 Senior Citizens and Education Advocates Dialogue Project, 1993
Box 135 Folder 28 Senior Citizens Association of America, 2007
Box 135 Folder 29 Senior Citizens League, [n.d.]
Box 135 Folder 30 Seniors Center, 2006
Box 135 Folder 31 Seniors Coalition, 1994-2006
Box 135 Folder 32 Shared Interest, 2006
Box 135 Folder 33 ShoreBank, 2005
Box 135 Folder 34 Shriver Center, 2005-2006
Box 136 Folder 1 Sierra Club, 2006
Box 136 Folder 2 Simon Wiesenthal Center, 2007
Box 136 Folder 3 Simpson for Congress, 1991
Box 136 Folder 4 Sioux Nation Relief Fund, 2005
Box 136 Folder 5 Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, 1966-2007
Box 136 Folder 6 Smart Museum of Art, 2007
Box 136 Folder 7 Smithsonian, 1991-2009
Box 136 Folder 8 Soaring Eagle, [n.d.]
Box 136 Folder 9 Socialist Party—Social Democratic Federation, 1963
Box 136 Folder 10 South Africa Development Fund, 1997
Box 136 Folder 11 South Africa Partners, Inc., 1999-2005
Box 136 Folder 12 South African Council for Higher Education (SACHED), 1984-1998
Box 136 Folder 13 South Central Community Services, Inc., 2006
Box 136 Folder 14 South Quad Community Festival, 1982
Box 136 Folder 15 South Shore Cultural Center Advisory Council, 2007
Box 136 Folder 16 Southeast Community Development Council (SCDC), 2007
Box 136 Folder 17 Southeast Council I.C.P.T.—PTAs, 1964
Box 136 Folder 18 Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy, 1996
Box 136 Folder 19 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1960
Box 136 Folder 20 Southern Illinois University/Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, 1997-2005
Box 136 Folder 21 Southern Organizing Committee for Economics and Social Justice, 1979-1980
Box 136 Folder 22 Southern Poverty Law Center, 1997-2008
Box 136 Folder 23 Southside Community Art Center, 1984, 2005
Box 136 Folder 24 Southside Collaboration for Homeless Youth, 2003
Box 136 Folder 25 Southside Family Charter School, 2006
Box 137 Folder 1 Southside Partnership, 1999
Box 137 Folder 2 Southwest Indian Children’s Fund, [n.d.]
Box 137 Folder 3 Southwest Indian Relief Council, 2006
Box 137 Folder 4 Southwest Youth Collaborative, 2006
Box 137 Folder 5 Special Olympics, 2007
Box 137 Folder 6 Stevenson/Stern for Illinois Governor, 1982
Box 137 Folder 7 Stop AIDS Chicago, 1987-1989
Box 137 Folder 8 StoryCorps/Griot, [n.d.]
Box 137 Folder 9 Strategic Learning Initiatives, 2005
Box 137 Folder 10 Street Level Youth Media, 1998
Box 137 Folder 11 Stroger for President, 2000
Box 137 Folder 12 Student Coalition Against Racism, 1975
Box 137 Folder 13 Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1962
Box 137 Folder 14 Sutherland Community Arts Initiative, 1995-2003
Box 137 Folder 15 Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 1994
Box 137 Folder 16 Target Hope, 1993
Box 137 Folder 17 Task Force for Black Political Empowerment, 1972-1989
Box 137 Folder 18 Teachers Committee for Quality Education, 1966-1968
Box 137 Folder 19 Teachers for Integrated Schools, 1962-1965
Box 137 Folder 20 Techno Serve: Business Solutions to Rural Poverty, [n.d.]
Box 137 Folder 21 The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), 1972-1996 (See also Oversize Box 148)
Box 137 Folder 22 Third Unitarian Church, 2004
Box 137 Folder 23 Third World Conference Foundation, Inc., 1998
Box 137 Folder 24 Third World Press, 2002
Box 137 Folder 25 Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Inc., 2005
Box 137 Folder 26 Tillman for 3rd Ward Alderman, 1982
Box 137 Folder 27 Tommy Brewer for Sheriff, 1993
Box 137 Folder 28 Trinity United Church of Christ, 1992-1995
Box 137 Folder 29 Trust for Public Land, [n.d.]
Box 137 Folder 30 Tuley Park Comets, [n.d.]
Box 137 Folder 31 Turn Toward Peace, 1965
Box 137 Folder 32 Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., 2006-2007
Box 137 Folder 33 Twenty-First Century Democrats, 2005-2006
Box 138 Folder 1 Unemployment and Poverty Action Committee (UPAC), 1996
Box 138 Folder 2 UNICEF, 2007
Box 138 Folder 3 Union of Concerned Scientists, 2006-2007
Box 138 Folder 4 Unitarian Universalist Association, 1982; 2002-2006
Box 138 Folder 5 United Afrikans for One Motherland International (UFOMI), 1973
Box 138 Folder 6 United American Progress Assoc., 1995-2001
Box 138 Folder 7 United Auto Workers (UAW), 1974
Box 138 Folder 8 United Black Voters of Illinois, 1976-1978
Box 138 Folder 9 United Black Youth Council, 1980
Box 138 Folder 10 United Church of Rogers Park, [n.d.]
Box 138 Folder 11 United Democrats of Illinois, 1996
Box 138 Folder 12 United Fair Economy, 2004
Box 138 Folder 13 United Farm Workers of America AFL-CIO, 1974; 2006
Box 138 Folder 14 United Food & Commercial Workers, 1981
Box 138 Folder 15 United Front, Inc., [n.d.]
Box 138 Folder 16 United Methodist Women, 2003
Box 138 Folder 17 United Nations Association of the U.S., 1973-2003
Box 138 Folder 18 United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 2007
Box 138 Folder 19 United Negro College Fund, 1989-2002
Box 138 Folder 20 United Neighborhoods Intertwined for Total Equality (UNITE), 1979
Box 138 Folder 21 United Power for Action and Justice, 2006
Box 138 Folder 22 United Seniors Association, 2002
Box 139 Folder 1 United Service Organizations, Inc. (USO), 2006
Box 139 Folder 2 United States Action, 2008
Box 139 Folder 3 United States Border Control, 2006
Box 139 Folder 4 United States Committee for UNICEF/Chicago, 1994
Box 139 Folder 5 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2005
Box 139 Folder 6 United States Network for Global Economic Justice, 1995-2006
Box 139 Folder 7 United States Representative Steve King, [n.d.]
Box 139 Folder 8 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1975
Box 140 Folder 1 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1975
Box 140 Folder 2 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1976-1977
Box 140 Folder 3 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1978
Box 140 Folder 4 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1979 January-June
Box 140 Folder 5 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1979 July-December
Box 141 Folder 1 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1980 January-June
Box 141 Folder 2 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1980 July-December
Box 141 Folder 3 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1981
Box 141 Folder 4 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1982
Box 141 Folder 5 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1982
Box 142 Folder 1 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1983
Box 142 Folder 2 United Way of [Metropolitan] Chicago, 1989-10/1991
Box 142 Folder 3 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1991 November-December
Box 142 Folder 4 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, 1992-1993
Box 142 Folder 5 United Way of Metropolitan Chicago/Crusade of Mercy, 1996
Box 143 Folder 1 See Oversize Box 148
Box 143 Folder 2 Unity ’88/IDP, 1988
Box 143 Folder 3 University Church, [n.d.]
Box 143 Folder 4 U. of Chicago Alumni, 1999-2005
Box 143 Folder 5 U. of Chicago Chapin Hall Center for Children, 1996-2004
Box 143 Folder 6 U. of Chicago Club of Metropolitan Chicago, 2000
Box 143 Folder 7 U. of Chicago – Genetic Testing Advisory Board, 1999-2003
Box 143 Folder 8 U. of Chicago Graduate School of Education, 1962-1967
Box 143 Folder 9 U. of Chicago Institute for Athletics and Educators, 1990
Box 143 Folder 10 U. of Chicago – The Invisible Institute, 2007
Box 143 Folder 11 University of Chicago – Office of Special Programs, 1978-1988
Box 143 Folder 12 University of Chicago School of Social Studies, 1999-2005
Box 144 Folder 1 University of Chicago – Various Programs, 1978-2006
Box 144 Folder 2 University of Durban-Westville [South Africa], [n.d.]
Box 144 Folder 3 University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) – President, 2002
Box 144 Folder 4 University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) – various programs, 1970-2001 (See also Box 82/7, Chicago Labor Education Program)
Box 144 Folder 5 U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chancellor’s Conference, 1980-1985
Box 144 Folder 6 University of Missouri at Columbia, 1994
Box 144 Folder 7 University of the Western Cape (South Africa), 1997
Box 144 Folder 8 Urban Gateways, 1973-2006
Box 144 Folder 9 Urban Life Center, 2004
Box 144 Folder 10 Urban Studies Program/Associated Colleges of the Midwest, 1996-2004
Box 144 Folder 11 Vernon Park Church of God, 1990
Box 144 Folder 12 Veterans History Project, 2004
Box 144 Folder 13 Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1992; 2007
Box 144 Folder 14 Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Inc., 2009
Box 145 Folder 1 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, 2006
Box 145 Folder 2 Vigil Against Violence, 1993-1994
Box 145 Folder 3 Vincennes Improvement Club, 1980
Box 145 Folder 4 Vinella Williams Educational Resources Institute, [n.d.]
Box 145 Folder 5 Violence Prevention Peace Promotion Strategy (VPPPS), 2001-2002
Box 145 Folder 6 Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 2004
Box 145 Folder 7 Vivian G. Harsh Society, 1998-2005
Box 145 Folder 8 Voice for Illinois Children, 1996
Box 145 Folder 9 Volunteers for Herbert P. Evans, 1961
Box 145 Folder 10 Vote Community, 1993-1994
Box 145 Folder 11 Voice of the Ethnic Community (V.O.T.E.), 1982-1997
Box 145 Folder 12 Voters for Peace, 1964
Box 145 Folder 13 Wabash YMCA, 1994
Box 145 Folder 14 Waddell and Reed Advisors Fund, 2006
Box 145 Folder 15 Wadsworth Elementary School (Reunion), 1997
Box 145 Folder 16 Washington (Senator Harold) for Mayor, 1977
Box 145 Folder 17 Washington National Cathedral, 2008
Box 145 Folder 18 Washington Office on Africa, 2004-2008
Box 145 Folder 19 Washington Park YMCA, 2003
Box 145 Folder 20 WBEE-AM, 1982
Box 145 Folder 21 W.E.B. DuBois Dept of Afro-American Studies, Harvard University, 1995
Box 145 Folder 22 W.E.B. DuBois Foundation, Inc., 1994
Box 145 Folder 23 We the People Institute, 2005
Box 145 Folder 24 We the People Media, 2004
Box 145 Folder 25 Wellstone, 2004-2005
Box 145 Folder 26 Wendell Phillips High School, ca. 1980-2000
Box 145 Folder 27 West—Eastern Divan Orchestra, 2006
Box 145 Folder 28 Westside Association for Community Action Network, 2005
Box 145 Folder 29 Westside Health Planning Organization, 1974-1978
Box 145 Folder 30 Westside Renaissance, 1988
Box 145 Folder 31 WHPK-FM, 2000
Box 146 Folder 1 Wilderness Society, 1993
Box 146 Folder 2 Wisconsin State Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, Inc., 2003
Box 146 Folder 3 Witness for Peace, 2007
Box 146 Folder 4 Women Employed, 1995
Box 146 Folder 5 Women for Peace, 1960s
Box 146 Folder 6 Women’s Auxiliary of the Lu Palmer Foundation, 1983
Box 146 Folder 7 Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1965
Box 146 Folder 8 Woodlawn African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1991
Box 146 Folder 9 Woodlawn Community Service Corporation, 2009
Box 146 Folder 10 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2005-2008
Box 146 Folder 11 Woods Fund, 2006
Box 146 Folder 12 Workers Education Society, 2006
Box 146 Folder 13 Working Poor Project, 1995-1997
Box 146 Folder 14 World Can’t Wait, 2006
Box 146 Folder 15 World Conference of Religions for Peace, 2003
Box 146 Folder 16 World Emergency Relief, 2006
Box 146 Folder 17 World Federalist Association, 2003
Box 146 Folder 18 World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy, 2007
Box 146 Folder 19 World Jewish Congress Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 146 Folder 20 World War II Memorial, 1998
Box 146 Folder 21 World War II Veterans Committee, 2008
Box 146 Folder 22 WTTW-TV, 2003-2007
Box 146 Folder 23 YHWH Nation, 2001
Box 146 Folder 24 YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, 1978-2005
Box 146 Folder 25 Youth Consortium of Greater Grand Boulevard, 1994-1997
Box 146 Folder 26 Youth Economic Empowerment Initiative, 2000-2001
Box 146 Folder 27 Youth Guidance, 1991
Box 146 Folder 28 Youth Salute Paul Robeson Committee, 1978
Box 146 Folder 29 Youth Task Force Meeting, 1982
Box 146 Folder 30 Zambia Hope International, [n.d.]
Box 146 Folder 31 Organizations – unidentified, [n.d.]
Organizational Files – Oversize
Box 147 Folder 1 Artists for Harold Washington, 1983
Box 147 Folder 2 Chicago League of Negro Voters, 1959-1960
Box 147 Folder 3 Citizen’s Committee for Tim Black (State Senator 22nd District), 1978
Box 147 Folder 4 Citizen’s Committee to Elect Tim Black (State Senator 22nd Dist.), 1978
Box 147 Folder 5 Co-ordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO), 1963-1966 (See also Box 94)
Box 147 Folder 6 Democratic National Convention ’88
Box 147 Folder 7 First Congressional District Task Force, 1981 (See also First Congressional District Task Forces)
Box 147 Folder 8 Gus Savage for Congress, 1980
Box 147 Folder 9 Labor Coalition for Community Action (LCCA), 2006 (See also Box 115)
Box 147 Folder 10 Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago, 1983
Box 147 Folder 11 Metropolitan Planning Council, 1980s
Box 147 Folder 12 National Alliance of Black School Educators, [n.d.]
Box 147 Folder 13 Negro American Labor Council (NALC), 1964 (See also Box 126)
Box 147 Folder 14 People’s Movement, 1992
Box 148 Folder 1 People’s Movement for Voter Registration (Harold Washington Mayoral Campaign), 1982
Box 148 Folder 2 People’s Movement for Voter Registration, 1982-1990
Box 148 Folder 3 People’s Movement for Voter Registration (financial records), 1982-1990
Box 148 Folder 4 Population Connection (formerly ZPG—Zero Population Growth), 2005
Box 148 Folder 5 Roosevelt University, 1974-2007
Box 148 Folder 6 Unity Democratic Congress, 1983
Box 148 Folder 7 The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), 1981
 
Series 6: Printed Funeral Programs
Box 149 Folder 1 Sam Ackerman, 1934-2009
Box 149 Folder 2 Hubert T. Adams, 1919-2000
Box 149 Folder 3 Eunice Alexander, 1925-2003
Box 149 Folder 4 Fred Anderson, Jr., 1929-2010
Box 149 Folder 5 Louise Brooks Anderson, 1919-1981
Box 149 Folder 6 Maurice Harvey Anderson, 1918-2007
Box 149 Folder 7 Frank Chandler Bacon, Jr., 1929-2003
Box 149 Folder 8 Warren H. Bacon, Sr., d. 1991
Box 149 Folder 9 Vincent C. Bakeman, 1933-2004
Box 149 Folder 10 Grace Marion Barnett, 1931-2006
Box 149 Folder 11 Martha Ellis Bass, 1925-2003
Box 149 Folder 12 Mattie Delle Beal, 1915-1988
Box 149 Folder 13 Rufus Beal, 1914-1998
Box 149 Folder 14 Charles Alfred Beckett, 1911-2000
Box 149 Folder 15 Walter W. Bell, 1917-2006
Box 149 Folder 16 Gloria Sylvester Bennett, 1930-2009
Box 149 Folder 17 Dr. Leonidas H. Berry, 1902-1995
Box 149 Folder 18 Ardell W. Black, 1917-2001
Box 149 Folder 19 Dorothy E. Black, d. 1982
Box 149 Folder 20 Rev. Norisea Janette Black, 1928-1998
Box 149 Folder 21 Walter K. Black, 1915-1999
Box 149 Folder 22 John Bledsoe, 1940-2004
Box 149 Folder 23 Dorothy Blouin, 1925-2006
Box 149 Folder 24 Johnny E. Board, 1919-1989
Box 149 Folder 25 Bobbie Jean Bolden, 1941-2005
Box 149 Folder 26 Nate Bolden, 1917-1999
Box 149 Folder 27 Betty Bridges Booker, 1935-2004
Box 149 Folder 28 Arnita Young Boswell, d. 2002
Box 149 Folder 29 Mary Augusta Boykin, 1897-1993
Box 149 Folder 30 John Robert “Bobby” Bozeman, 1952-1992
Box 149 Folder 31 Ramsey Bradley, 1925-2003
Box 149 Folder 32 Gladys Lorraine Brame, 1921-2001
Box 149 Folder 33 Bernard A. Bridges, 1915-1993
Box 149 Folder 34 Mildred White Bridges, 1927-2006
Box 149 Folder 35 Wayman T. Brock, Sr., 1916-2004
Box 149 Folder 36 Gwendolyn Brooks, 1917-2000
Box 149 Folder 37 Luella Virginia (Mitchell) Brooks, 1924-2001
Box 149 Folder 38 Eva J. Brown, 1928-2011
Box 149 Folder 39 Jim Brown, 1919-2010
Box 149 Folder 40 Maxine Brown, 1926-1981
Box 149 Folder 41 Nelson Brown, d. 1983
Box 149 Folder 42 Oscar Brown, Jr., 1926-2005
Box 149 Folder 43 Dr. Stephen Hayze Brown, Sr., 1927-1994
Box 149 Folder 44 Venus DeLonia Brownlee-Giulian, 1965-1998
Box 149 Folder 45 Sadie Bruce, 1907-1993
Box 149 Folder 46 O.C. Buckner, 1903-1977
Box 149 Folder 47 Gerald D. Bullock, 1906-1966
Box 149 Folder 48 Laura Maxine Burrell, 1924-2009
Box 149 Folder 49 Charles Gordon Burroughs, 1919-1994
Box 149 Folder 50 Margaret Burroughs, 1915-2010
Box 149 Folder 51 James I. Cage, 1921-2002
Box 149 Folder 52 Edward “Flukie” Cain, 1915-1987
Box 149 Folder 53 Sadie Cain, 1903-1992
Box 149 Folder 54 Wendell Cain, 1936-2006
Box 149 Folder 55 Ben Law Caldwell, 1917-2001
Box 149 Folder 56 Everett B. Caldwell, 1919-2006
Box 149 Folder 57 Lewis A.H. Caldwell, 1905-1993
Box 149 Folder 58 Savannah Caldwell, 1922-2006
Box 149 Folder 59 Floyd Campbell, 1901-1993
Box 149 Folder 60 Wendell Jerome Campbell, 1927-2008
Box 149 Folder 61 Linson Joseph Carmouché, Jr., 1927-2006
Box 149 Folder 62 Andrew Jackson Carswell, 1925-2005
Box 149 Folder 63 Ollie B. Carswell, 1925-2008
Box 149 Folder 64 Edward Anthony Casey, 1918-2000
Box 149 Folder 65 Sanford Casey, 1917-2000
Box 149 Folder 66 Clarence Bernard Cash, 1914-1999
Box 149 Folder 67 Irma Frazier Clarke, 1900-2001
Box 149 Folder 68 Dr. Louis Hinkle Coggs, Sr., 1917-2006
Box 149 Folder 69 Allen Paige Collard, 1923-19
Box 149 Folder 70 Vivian Lois “Dance” Collard, 1926-1993
Box 149 Folder 71 Dr. Cornelius Richard Collins, 1937-2005
Box 149 Folder 72 Robert Smith Compton, Jr., 1919-1993
Box 149 Folder 73 Jacob Warren Cook, 1952-1990
Box 149 Folder 74 Jackson C. Cosey, 1918-1993
Box 149 Folder 75 James R. Couch, Sr., 1922-1994
Box 149 Folder 76 Hiroko Cousins, 1933-2005
Box 149 Folder 77 Ida Mae Griffin Cress, 1906-1998
Box 149 Folder 78 Richard L. Criley, d. 2000
Box 149 Folder 79 Clara Marion Olive Cunningham, b. 1926
Box 150 Folder 1 Susie Louise Darby, d. 1997
Box 150 Folder 2 Leon Dash, Sr., 1916-2005
Box 150 Folder 3 Ruth Elizabeth Dash, 1919-2009
Box 150 Folder 4 Albert Davis, 1912-1994
Box 150 Folder 5 Barbara Jean Davis, 1945-2009
Box 150 Folder 6 Gwendolyn Davis, 1919-2007
Box 150 Folder 7 John W. Davis, 1933-2008
Box 150 Folder 8 Marguerite Addylou Davis, 1918-2007
Box 150 Folder 9 Milton Oliver Davis, 1932-2005
Box 150 Folder 10 Robert A. Davis, 1917-1993
Box 150 Folder 11 Robert Curtis Dawson, 1975-1998
Box 150 Folder 12 Dorsey C. Day, 1921-2006
Box 150 Folder 13 Holmes “Daddy-O” Daylie, 1920-2003
Box 150 Folder 14 Barbara Jean Delaney, 1943-1999
Box 150 Folder 15 Carl Holden Denoms, Sr., 1919-2001
Box 150 Folder 16 Earl Burrus Dickerson, 1891-1986
Box 150 Folder 17 Della Mae Dunham, 1924-2001
Box 150 Folder 18 Earl L. Durham, 1923-2007
Box 150 Folder 19 Charles A. Easton, Jr., 1918-2001
Box 150 Folder 20 Harvey Lewis Echols, d. 1994
Box 150 Folder 21 Eugene Archie Edwards, 1904-1981
Box 150 Folder 22 Mildred Edwards, 1909-1990
Box 150 Folder 23 Barbara Ann Ellis, 1931-1983
Box 150 Folder 24 Curtis N. Ellis, 1927-2010
Box 150 Folder 25 Leo Henry Ellis, Jr., 1928-2001
Box 150 Folder 26 Charles J. Evans, 1920-1994
Box 150 Folder 27 Raymond W. Fannings, 1934-2000
Box 150 Folder 28 Leon Dorsey Finney III, 1972-1998
Box 150 Folder 29 James Fletcher, 1935-1998
Box 150 Folder 30 Ishmael Flory, 1897-2004
Box 150 Folder 31 George Washington Forney, Jr., 1930-2003
Box 150 Folder 32 Leon Forrest, 1937-1977
Box 150 Folder 33 Kirklinn Joseph Fowlkes, 1991-2010
Box 150 Folder 34 Charles E. Gant, 1914-1989
Box 150 Folder 35 Ella Mary Gardner, 1910-1997
Box 150 Folder 36 Eva Mae Gardner, 1903-1992
Box 150 Folder 37 Esteher Lee Gaston, d. 2009
Box 150 Folder 38 Junius Gaten, 1900-2005
Box 150 Folder 39 Charles Neal Gault, 1919-2000
Box 150 Folder 40 Florice Buckner Gay, 1936-1997
Box 150 Folder 41 Anthony C. Gibbs, Jr., 1940-2000
Box 150 Folder 42 Kenneth Lowell Gibson, Sr., 1923-2010
Box 150 Folder 43 Arthur C. Gist, 1918-2005
Box 150 Folder 44 Vivian M. Gist, 1918-2003
Box 150 Folder 45 Quentin Jones Goodwin, 1918-2000
Box 150 Folder 46 Mary E. Grady, 1921-2000
Box 150 Folder 47 Willie F. Granderson, 1939-1999
Box 150 Folder 48 McNair Grant, Jr., 1947-2009
Box 150 Folder 49 McNair Grant, Sr., 1925-2005
Box 150 Folder 50 Beverly E. Gray, 1946-2010
Box 150 Folder 51 Gloria Greenlee, 1927-2007
Box 150 Folder 52 Magnolia Hale, 1901-2001
Box 150 Folder 53 Charles Earl Hamilton, 1921-2004
Box 150 Folder 54 Dorothy L. Hammond, 1907-2010
Box 150 Folder 55 Filepede Hammurabi, 1900-1978
Box 150 Folder 56 Evelyn Carleen Hampton, 1921-1994
Box 150 Folder 57 Suzette W. Hampton-Brown, 1969-2000
Box 150 Folder 58 Wayman Hancock, 1910-2001
Box 150 Folder 59 Rev. Dr. J. Archie Hargraves, 1916-2002
Box 150 Folder 60 Larry Hawkins, 1930-2009
Box 150 Folder 61 Loretta Newton Hawkins, 1906-2000
Box 150 Folder 62 Charles Arthur Hayes, 1918-1997
Box 150 Folder 63 Lincoln Haynes, 1910-2000
Box 150 Folder 64 Bertha Babero Henderson, 1920-1997
Box 150 Folder 65 Finis Ewuin Henderson, 1914-1994
Box 150 Folder 66 Jonas Henderson, 1903-1999
Box 150 Folder 67 Mack Henry Herndon, 1939-2000
Box 150 Folder 68 Albert George Hibbler, 1916-2001
Box 150 Folder 69 Leroy Hilliard, 1902-1992
Box 150 Folder 70 Carol Lorraine Hills, 1943-2011
Box 150 Folder 71 Isaac Leroy Hines, Jr., 1943-2003
Box 150 Folder 72 Isaac Leroy Hines, Sr., 1917-1997
Box 150 Folder 73 Everett Hugh Hobson, Jr., 1919-2006
Box 150 Folder 74 Everett Hugh Hobson, Sr., 1894-1995
Box 150 Folder 75 Ozella Hobson-Burns, 1951-2003
Box 150 Folder 76 Dr. Frances B. Holliday, 1928-2007
Box 150 Folder 77 Grace Sims Holt, 1922-1991
Box 150 Folder 78 Priscilla Johnson Howard, 1912-1995
Box 150 Folder 79 Kevin Lawrence Howell, 1956-2008
Box 150 Folder 80 Lucius C. Hudson, 1916-1997
Box 150 Folder 81 Perry Harold Hutchinson, 1943-1992
Box 150 Folder 82 Abraham Patterson Jackson, 1918-1994
Box 150 Folder 83 Lucille H. Jackson, 1899-2003
Box 150 Folder 84 Vernon D. Jarrett, 1918-2004
Box 151 Folder 1 Nancy B. Jefferson, 1923-1992
Box 151 Folder 2 Gloria Jean Jenkins, 1944-2006
Box 151 Folder 3 Drucille Fayree Johns, 1906-2002
Box 151 Folder 4 Edwin Lawrence Johnson, 1920-2010
Box 151 Folder 5 James D. Johnson, 1950-2000
Box 151 Folder 6 John H. Johnson, 1918-2005
Box 151 Folder 7 Nathalie Ann L. Johnson, 1930-2011
Box 151 Folder 8 Dr. Robert Edward Johnson, Jr., 1922-1995
Box 151 Folder 9 Evelyn Joiner, 1918-1997
Box 151 Folder 10 Ernest “Ernie” Jones, 1925-1990
Box 151 Folder 11 Lovana “Lou” S. Jones, 1933-2006
Box 151 Folder 12 Mark Elmer Jones, 1920-1998
Box 151 Folder 13 Mary Louise Jones, 1940-2000
Box 151 Folder 14 Patricia A. Jones, 1938-2001
Box 151 Folder 15 Theodore A. Jones, d. 2001
Box 151 Folder 16 Clifford L. Jordan, 1931-1993
Box 151 Folder 17 E.J. Josey, 1923-2009
Box 151 Folder 18 Ruth Eileen Kennon, 1925-2008
Box 151 Folder 19 Roberta Keys, 1926-2010
Box 151 Folder 20 Roosevelt Kindred, 1921-2009
Box 151 Folder 21 Coretta Scott King, 1927-2006
Box 151 Folder 22 Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968
Box 151 Folder 23 Paul Joseph King, Sr., 1915-2004
Box 151 Folder 24 Peter Ogden King, 1915-2006
Box 151 Folder 25 Janice Gantt Kissner, 1940-2010
Box 151 Folder 26 Nellie Mae Koen-Hickman, 1931-2001
Box 151 Folder 27 Jewel Lafontant-Mankarious, 1922-1997
Box 151 Folder 28 Norma Elaine Lampkin, 1924-1999
Box 151 Folder 29 Squire Lance, Sr., 1933-2010
Box 151 Folder 30 Lawrence Landry, [n.d.]
Box 151 Folder 31 Arthur Lang, 1877-1992
Box 151 Folder 32 Andrew Robert Leak, 1907-1993
Box 151 Folder 33 Bernard Lindsey, Jr., 1946-1999
Box 151 Folder 34 Maggie Lee Linyard, 1930-2005
Box 151 Folder 35 Albert Norwood Logan, Jr., 1920-1995
Box 151 Folder 36 May Sweet Lord, 1926-2011
Box 151 Folder 37 Paxton “Tubby” Lumpkin, Jr., 1936-1991
Box 151 Folder 38 Robert Mann, d. 2008
Box 151 Folder 39 Clemmon “Pete” R. Maples, 1920-1994
Box 151 Folder 40 Edward Eggleston Martin, 1917-2000
Box 151 Folder 41 Frances Taylor Matlock, 1907-2002
Box 151 Folder 42 Roy Curtis Melvin McClain, 1926-2006
Box 151 Folder 43 Casilda McConner, 1939-2008
Box 151 Folder 44 Dorothy McConner, 1929-2000
Box 151 Folder 45 Walter Richard McConner, 1926-2000
Box 151 Folder 46 Charles McCord, 1915-1990
Box 151 Folder 47 Henry W. McGee, 1910-2000
Box 151 Folder 48 Robert Leon McGhee, 1942-2008
Box 151 Folder 49 Ruth Smith McGowan, 1896-1995
Box 151 Folder 50 Nathaniel McLin, Jr., 1928-2000
Box 151 Folder 51 Dr. Rachel Cobb McMillan, 1919-2001
Box 151 Folder 52 Pauline Constance McPherson, 1931-2007
Box 151 Folder 53 Flora Babero McReynolds, d. 1990
Box 151 Folder 54 Ronella Meeks, 1949-1998
Box 151 Folder 55 Saul Mendelson, 1917-1998
Box 151 Folder 56 Amos M. Meredith, 1915-2003
Box 151 Folder 57 Anna Ruth Marshall Meriweather, 1921-2005
Box 151 Folder 58 Madalynne Fay Metcalfe, 1921-1999
Box 151 Folder 59 Ernest Comfort Mevs, d. 1990
Box 151 Folder 60 Sarah Brewer Mevs, d. 1992
Box 151 Folder 61 Donald G. Miller, 1924-2001
Box 151 Folder 62 Judson Mitchell, 1921-1991
Box 151 Folder 63 Michael A. Mixon, 1957-1994
Box 151 Folder 64 Lucille Hassell Montgomery, 1911-2001
Box 151 Folder 65 Christopher Moore, d. 1998
Box 151 Folder 66 Henry Kelly Moore, Sr., 1904-1991
Box 151 Folder 67 Robert Sutton Moore, 1917-2001
Box 151 Folder 68 Irma Rhyne Moran, 1919-2001
Box 151 Folder 69 Theodore Emile Moran, 1911-2001
Box 151 Folder 70 Frances B. Morris, 1939-2010
Box 151 Folder 71 Lillie Sue Morris, 1919-2000
Box 151 Folder 72 Bishop Samuel Solomon Morris, Jr., 1916-1989
Box 151 Folder 73 Roy C. Morrow, 1942-2009
Box 151 Folder 74 Maren Christina P-B Gonzalez Moses, 1958-2002
Box 151 Folder 75 Edna Mosley, 1922-1993
Box 151 Folder 76 Earl Daniel Mosley, 1917-2004
Box 151 Folder 77 Archibald John “Archie” Motley III, 1934-2002
Box 151 Folder 78 Kay Francis Murray, 1938-2010
Box 151 Folder 79 Simeon Lee Neal, Jr., 1920-2002
Box 151 Folder 80 Milton L. Olive III, 1946-1965
Box 151 Folder 81 Lonzie O’Bannon, Jr., 1920-2005
Box 151 Folder 82 James Thurman O’Neal, 1915-1998
Box 151 Folder 83 Sid Ordower, 1920-2002
Box 151 Folder 84 M. Ruth Solomon Owens, 1915-2001
Box 152 Folder 1 Stephen Howard Paige, 1960-2007
Box 152 Folder 2 Lu Palmer, 1922-2004
Box 152 Folder 3 Samuel A. Patch, 1933-2005
Box 152 Folder 4 Orange Payne, 1930-1990
Box 152 Folder 5 Rev. Mansfield E.B. Peck, 1881-1946
Box 152 Folder 6 Edna Burrell Perry, d. 2006
Box 152 Folder 7 Gladys White Peterson, 1913-1990
Box 152 Folder 8 Cornelius William Pierce, 1876-1963
Box 152 Folder 9 Alzata Cudalia Henry Pincham, 1925-2005
Box 152 Folder 10 Nettie Lee Cherry Pinson, 1914-1985
Box 152 Folder 11 James D. Pitts, d. 1996
Box 152 Folder 12 Bernard Quincy Price, 1915-2002
Box 152 Folder 13 Ramon Bertell Price, 1930-2000
Box 152 Folder 14 William Jasper Prince, 1915-1988
Box 152 Folder 15 Peoria Pritchett, 1937-2009
Box 152 Folder 16 Natalie Rose Puryear, 1949-2010
Box 152 Folder 17 Albert Anderson Raby, 1933-1988
Box 152 Folder 18 Tyrone Everett Rand, 1946-2001
Box 152 Folder 19 A.A. “Sammy” Rayner, Jr., 1918-1990
Box 152 Folder 20 Ahmed A. Rayner, Sr., 1893-1989
Box 152 Folder 21 David Ronald Reed, Sr., 1941-2011
Box 152 Folder 22 Lester A. Reed, 1918-2003
Box 152 Folder 23 Elizabeth Louise Reed-Black, 1939-1997
Box 152 Folder 24 Carole Reed-Sullivan, 1953-1998
Box 152 Folder 25 Ellis Edmund Reid III, 1934-2007
Box 152 Folder 26 Vernon Morel Rhinehart, b. 1935
Box 152 Folder 27 Huey Malik Rich, 1969-1999
Box 152 Folder 28 Minnie Riperton, 1947-1979
Box 152 Folder 29 Mary Roena Ward Roberts, 1910-1993
Box 152 Folder 30 Walter Alston Roberts, Sr., 1916-2002
Box 152 Folder 31 Nyleen Williams Robins, 1919-2001
Box 152 Folder 32 Gloria Barbara Rogers, 1920-2003
Box 152 Folder 33 Ruby A. Rogers, [n.d.]
Box 152 Folder 34 William Buford Rogers, 1917-1999
Box 152 Folder 35 Clotele Saddlers, 1920-2006
Box 152 Folder 36 Eugene Saffold, 1917-2003
Box 152 Folder 37 Joanne L. Samuels, 1932-2006
Box 152 Folder 38 Rev. M. Earle Sardon, 1912-2009
Box 152 Folder 39 Theodore “Red” Saunders, 1912-1981
Box 152 Folder 40 Eugene Sawyer, Jr., 1934-2008
Box 152 Folder 41 Gladys Scott, 1921-2001
Box 152 Folder 42 Mae Scott, 1917-1998
Box 152 Folder 43 Mary Giles Scott, 1892-1982
Box 152 Folder 44 Leroy J. Shackelford, 1917-2000
Box 152 Folder 45 Rose Elizabeth Shannon, 1916-2000
Box 152 Folder 46 James Melvin Shirley, 1942-1997
Box 152 Folder 47 Ozzie Edward Simmons, 1914-2001
Box 152 Folder 48 Vivian Michelle Sitgraves, 1950-2003
Box 152 Folder 49 John Sloan, Sr., 1918-2001
Box 152 Folder 50 Charles Smith, 1922-1995
Box 152 Folder 51 Irving Smith, 1939-2010
Box 152 Folder 52 Jacqueline Smith, 1938-1992
Box 152 Folder 53 Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Smith, 1931-2008
Box 152 Folder 54 Margaret Smith, 1922-2005
Box 152 Folder 55 Michael Wayne Smith, 1945-2000
Box 152 Folder 56 Wesley Waterford South, 1914-2010
Box 152 Folder 57 William J. Spraggins, 1926-1994
Box 152 Folder 58 Henry C. Springs, Jr., 1920-2000
Box 152 Folder 59 Roebuck “Pop” Staples, 1914-2000
Box 152 Folder 60 Sarah Grace Steberson, 1921-2009
Box 152 Folder 61 Dr. Robert Charles Stepto, 1920-1994
Box 152 Folder 62 Jane Coolidge Stevens, 1913-2004
Box 152 Folder 63 Richard James Stevens, 1915-2001
Box 152 Folder 64 Rev. Clarence Edward Stewart, 1926-2005
Box 152 Folder 65 Estella Marie Stewart, 1892-1988
Box 152 Folder 66 Helen M. Stewart, 1928-2006
Box 152 Folder 67 Lois Lillian Stewart, 1930-1997
Box 152 Folder 68 Dr. William “Bill” O. Stewart, 1926-2001
Box 152 Folder 69 William Albert Stone, Jr., 1919-1997
Box 152 Folder 70 Judge Earl Edward Strayhorn, 1918-2009
Box 152 Folder 71 Hamilton B. Talbert, 1929-1998
Box 152 Folder 72 Dorothy J. Taylor, 1905-1993
Box 152 Folder 73 Lawrence “Larry” Taylor, 1932-2006
Box 152 Folder 74 Mary Ellen Kelley Taylor, 1919-2000
Box 152 Folder 75 Emma Lee Thomas, 1915-2001
Box 152 Folder 76 Silas J. Thomas, 1909-2004
Box 152 Folder 77 Frederick Sebastian Toler, 1923-2008
Box 152 Folder 78 Dempsey J. Travis, 1925-2009
Box 152 Folder 79 Carita Nancy Louise Trotter, 1924-2008
Box 152 Folder 80 Dotson James Trotter, Jr., 1926-2002
Box 152 Folder 81 Cecil John Troy, 1915-1994
Box 152 Folder 82 Douglas Turner, 1911-1995
Box 152 Folder 83 Enid Turner, 1913-1995
Box 152 Folder 84 Dr. Morris Harrison Tynes, 1923-1993
Box 153 Folder 1 Jacqueline B. Vaughn, 1935-1994
Box 153 Folder 2 Edna Rose Vaughns, 1925-2008
Box 153 Folder 3 James Webb Wagner, 1933-2009
Box 153 Folder 4 Anne Loretha Smith Walker, 1912-2006
Box 153 Folder 5 Mel Walker, 1914-2000
Box 153 Folder 6 Sandra Rae Walker, 1949-2005
Box 153 Folder 7 Charles Edward Walton, 1925-2005
Box 153 Folder 8 Willie Lee Walton, Jr., 1931-2011
Box 153 Folder 9 Ruby Warren, 1919-1990
Box 153 Folder 10 Betty Marie Washington, 1936-1994
Box 153 Folder 11 Rahnold Sims Washington, 1976-1994
Box 153 Folder 12 James Edward Watkins, 1918-2005
Box 153 Folder 13 Dr. Judge Charles Watkins, Jr., 1933-1999
Box 153 Folder 14 Melvin L. Watkins, Sr., 1936-2005
Box 153 Folder 15 Lyman Abbott Webber, 1916-2000
Box 153 Folder 16 James L. Webster, 1933-2009
Box 153 Folder 17 Valerie Wellington, 1959-1993
Box 153 Folder 18 William Henri Wethers III, 1932-1994
Box 153 Folder 19 Alpha Morgan White, 1908-1993
Box 153 Folder 20 Wanda M. White-Gills, 1956-2009
Box 153 Folder 21 Mary Ellen Wiggins, 1939-2008
Box 153 Folder 22 Maurice Wiggins, 1909-2002
Box 153 Folder 23 A. Louise Williams, 1915-1997
Box 153 Folder 24 Daniel Williams, 1916-2000
Box 153 Folder 25 Donald Xerique Williams, 1930-1999
Box 153 Folder 26 Hattie B. Kay Williams, 1922-1990
Box 153 Folder 27 Ruth C. Williams, 1919-2001
Box 153 Folder 28 Sidney R. Williams, 1909-1992
Box 153 Folder 29 Dr. Nathaniel Willis, Sr., 1921-2002
Box 153 Folder 30 Hugh Floyd Wilson, 1918-1997
Box 153 Folder 31 Peter Robert J. Winbush, 1929-2005
Box 153 Folder 32 Roy Norris Wood, Sr., 1915-1995
Box 153 Folder 33 Nelmatilda Ritchie Woodard, 1913-1993
Box 153 Folder 34 Nelson Estill Woodley, 1901-1997
Box 153 Folder 35 Dolores Tucker Woods, 1936-2011
Box 153 Folder 36 Dr. Delores “Dee” Parmer Woodtor, 1945-2002
Box 153 Folder 37 Allen Luther Wright, 1922-1999
Box 153 Folder 38 Gladys Wright, 1916-2001
Box 153 Folder 39 James L. Wright, 1919-1999
Box 153 Folder 40 David Alexander Young, 1912-1992
Box 153 Folder 41 Ruby Young, 1919-1997
Box 153 Folder 42 Mario van Zandt, 1950-1990
 
Series 7: Event Programs
Box 154 Folder 1 American Conservatory Theatre presents “Me and Bessie,” [n.d.]
Box 154 Folder 2 DuSable R.O.T.C. Military Ball, 1959
Box 154 Folder 3 Testimonial to Samuel B. Stratton, 1962
Box 154 Folder 4 Friends of Willoughby Abner, 1963
Box 154 Folder 5 Duke Ellington concert, 1967
Box 154 Folder 6 New Covenant MB Church, 1969
Box 154 Folder 7 Xavier University, Louisiana. 46th Commencement address by George E Johnson, 1973
Box 154 Folder 8 T.K. Lawless Upper Grade Center Commencement exercises, 1974
Box 154 Folder 9 Testimonial in honor of T. Manuel Smith, M.D., 1976
Box 154 Folder 10 Crisis in Affirmative Action, 1977
Box 154 Folder 11 Inauguration of President Jimmy Carter, 1977
Box 154 Folder 12 National Conference on Education issues…black community, 1977
Box 154 Folder 13 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 154 Folder 14 Friends of Black Presents “A Tribute to Timuel Black, Jr.,” 1978
Box 154 Folder 15 Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Election entertainment), 1978
Box 154 Folder 16 Paul Robeson 80th Birthday Celebration, 1978
Box 154 Folder 17 Alpha Gamma Pi Sorority Luncheon, 1979
Box 154 Folder 18 Black Physicians Assoc. of Cook County Hospital, 1979
Box 154 Folder 19 Eubie playbill, 1979
Box 154 Folder 20 Inauguration of Mayor Jane Byrne, 1979
Box 154 Folder 21 Ninth Annual Symposium on the State of the Black Economy, 1979
Box 154 Folder 22 Student Tribute to Timuel Black, 1979
Box 154 Folder 23 Afro-American Police League…,1981
Box 154 Folder 24 Chicago Caucus Reception, 1981
Box 154 Folder 25 Home, 1981
Box 154 Folder 26 Jazz Comes Home Festival, 1981
Box 154 Folder 27 Writing for Professional Publication Conference, 1981
Box 154 Folder 28 Etta at 81, 1982
Box 154 Folder 29 Tribute to Dr. Bobby Wright, 1982
Box 154 Folder 30 Abraham Lincoln Brigade to Oliver Law, 1987
Box 154 Folder 31 Burris Inauguration, 1987
Box 154 Folder 32 Celebrating the Distinguished Poet Elma Stuckey, 1988
Box 154 Folder 33 Diary of Black Men, 1988
Box 154 Folder 34 Silas K. Brown Tribute, 1989
Box 154 Folder 35 Dr. Charles B. Evans Retirement Celebration, 1989
Box 154 Folder 36 Dorothy McConner Retirement Dinner, 1989
Box 154 Folder 37 Dr. Lily Golden at Malcolm X College, 1989
Box 154 Folder 38 Jaunine C. Clark Memorial Concert, 1989
Box 154 Folder 39 Man for All Seasons/Timuel Black, 1989
Box 154 Folder 40 Scholarship benefit concert...Jonita Lattimore, 1989
Box 154 Folder 41 Clarice Davis Durham, 1990
Box 154 Folder 42 David Orr Installation as Cook County Clerk, 1990
Box 154 Folder 43 Eyes on the Prize, 1990
Box 154 Folder 44 Halsted Street USA, 1990
Box 154 Folder 45 Nelson Mandela Salute, 1990
Box 154 Folder 46 Jaunine C. Clark Memorial Concert, 1990
Box 154 Folder 47 Chicago Urban Poverty and Family Life Conference, 1991
Box 154 Folder 48 Cherly Akiko Cousins-Anthony Buchanan wedding, 1991
Box 154 Folder 49 Howard Saffold Retirement, 1991
Box 154 Folder 50 Illinois Inauguration, 1991
Box 154 Folder 51 Ishmael Flory Reception, 1991
Box 154 Folder 52 Kennedy and Forney Family Reunion, 1991
Box 154 Folder 53 Labor Day Awards breakfast, 1991
Box 154 Folder 54 Ralph Metcalfe, Federal Bldg., 1991
Box 154 Folder 55 Center for Ethics and Corporate Policy Breakfast, 1992
Box 154 Folder 56 Chicago Innovations Forum, 1992
Box 154 Folder 57 Committee to Preserve the History of Chicago Black Firefighters and Paramedics, 1992
Box 154 Folder 58 Griffin Funeral Home Anniversary Worship Service, 1992
Box 154 Folder 59 Jaunine Clark Memorial Concert, 1992
Box 154 Folder 60 Justice William Cousins, Jr. induction ceremony, 1992
Box 154 Folder 61 Ofunne, 1992
Box 154 Folder 62 Will the Circle Be Unbroken, 1992
Box 155 Folder 1 American Planning Association Conference, 1993
Box 155 Folder 2 An Economic Plan, 1993
Box 155 Folder 3 March on Washington 30th Anniversary, 1993
Box 155 Folder 4 Martin Luther King Birth Commemoration, 1993
Box 155 Folder 5 Russell Maryland Day, 1993
Box 155 Folder 6 Evening Parade in honor of Jesse Brown…, 1994
Box 155 Folder 7 Everett Hugh Hobson, Sr. 100 years old, 1994
Box 155 Folder 8 Martin Luther King Memorial Tribute, 1994
Box 155 Folder 9 National Conf. on Race and Ethnicity in Am. Higher Education, 1994
Box 155 Folder 10 National State of the Race Conference, 1994
Box 155 Folder 11 Communities for the Future, 1995 (1 of 3)
Box 155 Folder 12 Communities for the Future, 1995 (2 of 3)
Box 155 Folder 13 Communities for the Future, 1995 (3 of 3)
Box 155 Folder 14 First African Baptist Church, an exhibition…, 1995
Box 155 Folder 15 Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series, 1995
Box 155 Folder 16 Abner J. Mikva tribute dinner, 1995
Box 155 Folder 17 Restoring Bronzeville, 1st Historic House Tour, 1995
Box 155 Folder 18 Honoring Billy Strayhorn, 1995
Box 155 Folder 19 Vigil Against Violence, 1995
Box 155 Folder 20 Gbeldahoven: No One’s Child, 1996
Box 155 Folder 21 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Council, 1996
Box 155 Folder 22 Tribute to Billy Strayhorn, 1996
Box 156 Folder 1 Etta at 96, 1997
Box 156 Folder 2 Dr. Carter G. Woodson Commemorative Brunch, 1997
Box 156 Folder 3 McConner Family Reunion, 1997
Box 156 Folder 4 United States Railroad Retirement Board, 1997
Box 156 Folder 5 Weathers Y. Sykes Memorial Lecture, 1997
Box 156 Folder 6 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Council, 1998
Box 156 Folder 7 Inauguration of Jesse White, 1999
Box 156 Folder 8 McConner Family Reunion, 1999
Box 156 Folder 9 U.S. Repression 2000: a conference on civil rights…, 1999
Box 156 Folder 10 Ameritech: The Nazi Olympics (Berlin 1936), 2000
Box 156 Folder 11 BeBop Brass, 2000
Box 156 Folder 12 Brad Kay Trio, Cotton Club, 2000
Box 156 Folder 13 Crossing the Class and Color Lines, 2000
Box 156 Folder 14 Dream of Ophelia, ETA, 2000
Box 156 Folder 15 Happy Birthday Junius Gaten, 2000
Box 156 Folder 16 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service, 2000
Box 156 Folder 17 Leadership Summit on Gun Violence, 2000
Box 156 Folder 18 National Commission for African American Education, 2000
Box 156 Folder 19 North Kenwood Oakland Charter School. Rites of passage ceremony, 2000
Box 156 Folder 20 7th Annual Homeless & Human Services Conference, 2000
Box 156 Folder 21 Society in Focus Series, 2000
Box 156 Folder 22 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, 2000
Box 156 Folder 23 Tribes and Bridges, Steppenwolf Theater, 2000
Box 156 Folder 24 Folder 20th Century Chicago: 100 Years, 100 Voices, 2000
Box 156 Folder 25 Chicago Humanities Festival, 2001
Box 156 Folder 26 Dorothy McConner Educational Enrichment Program, 2001
Box 156 Folder 27 Etta at 100, 2001
Box 156 Folder 28 11th Annual Gwendolyn Brooks Writers Conference, 2001
Box 156 Folder 29 Festival of Arts and Humanities, 2001
Box 156 Folder 30 James Hillhouse Commemorative Events, 2001
Box 156 Folder 31 Legendary South Side Bus Tour, 2001
Box 156 Folder 32 Listen to Africa (BAT Centre), 2001
Box 156 Folder 33 Professor Sterling Plumpp, 2001
Box 156 Folder 34 Remembering our struggles, celebrating our strengths, 2001
Box 156 Folder 35 Rooted origins of NOW by Tatsu Aoki, 2001
Box 156 Folder 36 Sasha Dalton and Clarence Simmons wedding, 2001
Box 156 Folder 37 Chicago Jazz Festival, 2002
Box 156 Folder 38 DuSable Day Collaboration Conference, 2002
Box 156 Folder 39 Human Odyssey/Art Institute of Chicago, 2002
Box 156 Folder 40 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service, 2002
Box 156 Folder 41 John H. Stroger, Jr. Inauguration ceremony, 2002
Box 156 Folder 42 Johnny Pate 80th Birthday celebration, 2002
Box 156 Folder 43 National Reparations Convention, 2002
Box 156 Folder 44 Race Movies: Black Cinema Before 1950, 2002
Box 156 Folder 45 Robben Island Singers Film Project, 2002
Box 156 Folder 46 Salute to Leon M. Despres, 2002
Box 156 Folder 47 South African Consulate General book presentation, 2002
Box 156 Folder 48 SGI presents Mayor Harold Washington’s 80th birthday celebration, 2002
Box 156 Folder 49 Studs Terkel’s 90th Birthday, 2002
Box 156 Folder 50 Tribute to Justice William Cousins, Jr., 2002
Box 156 Folder 51 Constance A. Howard’s banquet, 2003
Box 156 Folder 52 City Colleges of Chicago and Provident Hospital, 2003
Box 156 Folder 53 DuSable Museum and Freedom Schooner Amistad, 2003
Box 156 Folder 54 Dr. Gloria Lean Latimore-Peace retirement dinner, 2003
Box 156 Folder 55 Grassroots Democracy, 2003
Box 156 Folder 56 Gwendolyn Brooks Illinois State Library dedication, 2003
Box 156 Folder 57 History Makes Education Institute, 2003
Box 156 Folder 58 Open Book’s Illuminati benefit, 2003
Box 156 Folder 59 See Oversize Box 257
Box 157 Folder 1 Athens Berry Ohio Dedication, 2004
Box 157 Folder 2 Chicago plays, 2004
Box 157 Folder 3 Civic Salute and Awards Dinner, 2004
Box 157 Folder 4 Discovering our Roots, 2004
Box 157 Folder 5 DuSable High School Alumni Coalition for Action, 2004
Box 157 Folder 6 Frog’s Club, 1922-2004
Box 157 Folder 7 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Community Thanksgiving, 2004
Box 157 Folder 8 Illinois State Treasurer Judy Barr Topinka’s 8th annual…, 2004
Box 157 Folder 9 La Roche College’s Global Problems, Global Solutions, 2004
Box 157 Folder 10 National Black Political Convention, 2004
Box 157 Folder 11 Ohio University’s 175th anniversary, 2004
Box 157 Folder 12 Serendipity: Seniors on Stage, 2004
Box 157 Folder 13 Studs Terkel 15th Annual Awards Benefit, 2004
Box 157 Folder 14 U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services…Brown vs. BOE, 2004
Box 157 Folder 15 Voices of Civil Rights, 2004
Box 157 Folder 16 We Have Known Rivers, 2004
Box 157 Folder 17 William Fremd High School, 2004
Box 157 Folder 18 AARP Illinois Celebrates Black History Month, 2005
Box 157 Folder 19 All-City High School Jazz Band Competition, 2005
Box 157 Folder 20 Bishop Louis Henry Ford Humanitarian Award Dinner, 2005
Box 157 Folder 21 Black on Black Love 10th Annual Luncheon, 2005
Box 157 Folder 22 Celebrating Black History 365 days a year, 2005
Box 157 Folder 23 Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards, 2005
Box 157 Folder 24 Committee to Honor Justice Ellis E. Reid, 2005
Box 157 Folder 25 Davis, John and Shirley’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, 2005
Box 157 Folder 26 Elliott Donnelley Center Black History Month, 2005
Box 157 Folder 27 Four Most Tenors, 2005
Box 157 Folder 28 God First Ministries Heavenly Breakfast, 2005
Box 157 Folder 29 History Makers evening with Denyce Graves, 2005
Box 157 Folder 30 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service, 2005
Box 157 Folder 31 Inauguration of the Illinois House of Representatives, 2005
Box 157 Folder 32 Inauguration of the Illinois Senate, 2005
Box 157 Folder 33 Man-Boy Breakfast, 2005
Box 157 Folder 34 Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Commemoration, 2005
Box 157 Folder 35 Richard E. Stamz tribute…, 2005
Box 157 Folder 36 Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, 2005
Box 157 Folder 37 Tell the Story Conference/SNCC, 2005
Box 157 Folder 38 Timuel D. Black, Jr.: 7 Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights, 2005
Box 157 Folder 39 Toni Morrison and Sites of Memory, 2005
Box 157 Folder 40 University of Illinois at Chicago Black History Month, 2005
Box 158 Folder 1 African Presence in Mexico, 2006
Box 158 Folder 2 Chicago Freedom Movement, 2006
Box 158 Folder 3 Chicago Gospel Showcase and Awards, 2006
Box 158 Folder 4 Chicago History Museum Awards, 2006
Box 158 Folder 5 Vera Curry-James retirement celebration, 2006
Box 158 Folder 6 Duke University Commencement: address by John Hope Franklin, 2006
Box 158 Folder 7 Harold Washington: Building the Bridge of Color and Culture, 2006
Box 158 Folder 8 Harold Washington: Man and the Movement exhibit, 2006
Box 158 Folder 9 Frank Lumpkin 90th Birthday Party, 2006
Box 158 Folder 10 Organization of Liberian Community in Illinois (OLCI), 2006
Box 158 Folder 11 Original 43rd Streeters Annual Reunion Picnic, 2006
Box 158 Folder 12 Who’s Who in Black Chicago, 2006
Box 158 Folder 13 Robert J. Zimmer inauguration at U. of Chicago, 2006
Box 158 Folder 14 Bridges of Memory, 2007
Box 158 Folder 15 Celebrate Illinois, 2007
Box 158 Folder 16 Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Margaret TG Burroughs, 2007
Box 158 Folder 17 Governor Deval L. Patrick inauguration, 2007
Box 158 Folder 18 Charles B. Rangel swearing in…, 2007
Box 158 Folder 19 Telling It Like It Tis, 2007
Box 158 Folder 20 Traffic Jam/Steppenwolf, 2007
Box 158 Folder 21 Naomi Wycoff-Kindred and Johner Wilson wedding ceremony, 2007
Box 158 Folder 22 Blues and the Spirit, 2008
Box 158 Folder 23 Bright Knights, 2008
Box 158 Folder 24 Harold Washington Commemorative Year, 2008
Box 158 Folder 25 History Makers/Agents of Change, 2008
Box 158 Folder 26 Hyde Park Jazz Festival, 2008
Box 158 Folder 27 Hyde Park/Kenwood Interfaith Council, 2008
Box 158 Folder 28 Life of Rudy Lozano 25th Anniversary, 2008
Box 158 Folder 29 Wayne Miller. Photographs, 1942-1958; 2008
Box 158 Folder 30 American Legion – Giles Post #87. Veterans Day Parade, 2009
Box 158 Folder 31 Chicago Defender 3rd annual newsmakers gala, 2009
Box 158 Folder 32 Chicago Housing Authority/Robert Young, 2009
Box 158 Folder 33 Chicago Jazz Orchestra Association 12th annual concert, 2009
Box 158 Folder 34 Illinois Service Federal 75th Anniversary Program, 2009
Box 158 Folder 35 One Hundred Black Men of Chicago, Inc. benefit and awards, 2009
Box 158 Folder 36 Willie and Irma Pickens 50th wedding anniversary, 2009
Box 158 Folder 37 Rebel Without a Pause, 2009
Box 158 Folder 38 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. awards, 2009
Box 158 Folder 39 Tenor Madness: Chicago Style Jazz, [n.d.]
Box 158 Folder 40 United Methodist Men “Men’s Day,” 2009
Box 158 Folder 41 Undated Programs
 
Series 8: Subject Research Files
Box 159 Folder 1 Rayner, A.A. FBI confidential files, 1918-1990 (1 of 4)
Box 159 Folder 2 Rayner, A.A. FBI confidential files, 1918-1990 (2 of 4)
Box 159 Folder 3 Rayner, A.A. FBI confidential files, 1918-1990 (3 of 4)
Box 159 Folder 4 Rayner, A.A. FBI confidential files, 1918-1990 (4 of 4)
Box 159 Folder 5 Rayner, A.A.—Clipping: “The Soul Truth,” 1970
Box 159 Folder 6 Rayner, A.A.—Correspondence, 1986-1990
Box 159 Folder 7 Program: Memorial dinner honoring A.A. Rayner, 3/14/1990
Box 159 Folder 8 Clipping: A.A. Rayner and Sons Funeral Home, 1994
Box 160 Folder 1 Africa
Box 160 Folder 2 Art (with photography, textiles)
Box 160 Folder 3 Chicago Board of Education, with 1965 T. Black testimony, 1960s (See also Black Education, Box 185)
Box 160 Folder 4 Chicago Board of Education, 1970-1977
Box 160 Folder 5 Chicago Board of Education—corres., reports, meetings, 1977
Box 160 Folder 6 Chicago Board of Education, 1978
Box 161 Folder 1 Chicago Board of Education, 1979
Box 161 Folder 2 Chicago Board of Education, 1980-1981
Box 161 Folder 3 Chicago Board of Education, 1982-1987
Box 161 Folder 4 Chicago Board of Education, 1988-1989
Box 162 Folder 1 Chicago Board of Education, 1990
Box 162 Folder 2 Chicago Board of Education, 1991-1995
Box 162 Folder 3 Chicago Board of Education, 1996-1999
Box 162 Folder 4 Chicago Board of Education, 2000-2009
Box 163 Folder 1 Chicago Board of Education, [n.d.]
Box 163 Folder 2 Chicago Housing Authority, 1977-1981
Box 163 Folder 3 Chicago Housing Authority, 1997-2007
Box 163 Folder 4 Chicago State University—misc. materials, 1970s
Box 163 Folder 5 Chicago State University—President Search, 1997-1998
Box 163 Folder 6 Chicago State University—Programs, 1990-2000s
Box 164 Folder 1 Chicago State University—Proposal for Negro League Museum, 1997
Box 164 Folder 2 City of Chicago—Minority Business Vendors, 2006
Box 164 Folder 3 Civil Rights, 1960s
Box 164 Folder 4 Civil Rights, 1970s
Box 164 Folder 5 Civil Rights, 1980s
Box 164 Folder 6 Civil Rights, 1990s
Box 164 Folder 7 Civil Rights, 2000; [n.d.]
Box 164 Folder 8 Committee for the City of Chicago/Budget
Box 164 Folder 9 Cook County Clerk—Report, 2001
Box 164 Folder 10 Dance and skating
Box 164 Folder 11 Education—Misc. materials, 1960s
Box 164 Folder 12 Education—Misc. materials, 1970-1976
Box 165 Folder 1 Education—Misc. materials, 1977-1979
Box 165 Folder 2 Education—Misc. materials, 1980s
Box 165 Folder 3 Education—Misc. materials, 1990-1991
Box 165 Folder 4 Education—Misc. materials, 1992-1995
Box 166 Folder 1 Education—Misc. materials, 1996-2000s
Box 166 Folder 2 Education—Misc. materials, [n.d.]
Box 166 Folder 3 Employment, 1970-2000
Box 166 Folder 4 Film
Box 166 Folder 5 Great Lakes Naval Base – Salute to African American Navy Bandsmen, 2003
Box 166 Folder 6 Haiti history
Box 166 Folder 7 Health Care, 1970s
Box 167 Folder 1 History—Chicago, 1934-1948
Box 167 Folder 2 History—Chicago, 1960-1989
Box 167 Folder 3 History—Chicago, 1990-1999
Box 167 Folder 4 History—Chicago, 2000-2007
Box 167 Folder 5 History—U.S. African American, 1927-1979
Box 167 Folder 6 History—U.S. African American, 1980-1989
Box 167 Folder 7 History—U.S. African American, 1990-1999
Box 168 Folder 1 History—U.S. African American, 2000-2006
Box 168 Folder 2 History—U.S. African American, [n.d.]
Box 168 Folder 3 HIV/AIDS
Box 168 Folder 4 Housing and Community Development, 1940s-1950s
Box 168 Folder 5 Housing and Community Development, 1970s
Box 169 Folder 1 Housing and Community Development, 1980-1984
Box 169 Folder 2 Housing and Community Development, 1985-1989
Box 169 Folder 3 Housing and Community Development, 1990-1994
Box 169 Folder 4 Housing and Community Development, 1995-2000s; [n.d.]
Box 169 Folder 5 Illinois Attorney General—Senior Citizens, 1992-1994
Box 169 Folder 6 Illinois Attorney General—Veterans Rights, 1992
Box 169 Folder 7 Illinois Attorney General—Victims’ Rights, 1992
Box 170 Folder 1 Illinois Commission on African American Males, 1992
Box 170 Folder 2 Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1974
Box 170 Folder 3 Illinois Commission on the Status of Women, 1980-1983
Box 170 Folder 4 Illinois Comptroller-[County] Gov’t Audit Advisory Board, 1989-1992
Box 170 Folder 5 Illinois Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1962 (with NALC letter)
Box 170 Folder 6 Illinois Secretary of State – Corporation Dept. (Non-Profit), 1982
Box 170 Folder 7 Illinois State Government—various officials, 1970s; [n.d.]
Box 170 Folder 8 Illinois Statewide Health Coordinating Council, 1976-1980
Box 170 Folder 9 Illinois Statewide Health Coordinating Council By-laws, 1976-1980
Box 170 Folder 10 Immigration, 1990s
Box 170 Folder 11 Job Corps (U.S. Dept. of Labor), 1991
Box 170 Folder 12 Literature and poetry, 1982-1993
Box 170 Folder 13 Media, 1960s-1990s
Box 171 Folder 1 Music, 1960-2000
Box 171 Folder 2 Police and Community Affairs, 1970s-2000s
Box 171 Folder 3 Political Science, 1960-1989
Box 171 Folder 4 Political Science, 1990-2000s; [n.d.]
Box 172 Folder 1 Poverty—Urban Poverty Project Conference, 1991 (1 of 3)
Box 172 Folder 2 Poverty—Urban Poverty Project Conference, 1991 (2 of 3)
Box 172 Folder 3 Poverty—Urban Poverty Project Conference, 1991 (3 of 3)
Box 172 Folder 4 Redistricting Court Cases, 1981-1982
Box 172 Folder 5 Redistricting Court Cases, 1983
Box 173 Folder 1 Redistricting Data, 1989
Box 173 Folder 2 Redistricting—Correspondence and data, 1990
Box 173 Folder 3 Redistricting—Correspondence and data, 1991
Box 173 Folder 4 Redistricting—Court cases documentation, 1991
Box 174 Folder 1 Redistricting—Court cases documentation, 1992-1994
Box 174 Folder 2 Redistricting—Data, [n.d.]
Box 174 Folder 3 Reparations, 1979
Box 174 Folder 4 Science and Creationism, [n.d.]
Box 174 Folder 5 U.S. Air Force, 1985
Box 174 Folder 6 U.S. Census Reports—Minority-owned businesses, 1960s
Box 174 Folder 7 U.S. Census Reports, 1970
Box 174 Folder 8 U.S. Census Reports—Special Studies, 1971
Box 175 Folder 1 U.S. Census Reports—Chicago, 1970-1980
Box 175 Folder 2 U.S. Census Reports, 1970-1979
Box 175 Folder 3 U.S. Census Reports—Chicago, 1980
Box 176 Folder 1 U.S. Census Reports, 1980—Information Packets
Box 176 Folder 2 U.S. Census Reports, 1980s (1 of 3)
Box 176 Folder 3 U.S. Census Reports, 1980s—Housing (2 of 3)
Box 176 Folder 4 U.S. Census Reports, 1980s—Population (3 of 3)
Box 176 Folder 5 U.S. Census Reports, 1990—Chicago
Box 176 Folder 6 U.S. Census Reports, 1990—Information Packet
Box 176 Folder 7 U.S. Census Reports, 2000—Information Packet
Box 176 Folder 8 U.S. Congress Committee on the Budget, 1976
Box 176 Folder 9 U.S. Department of Justice/Homeland Security, 1970s-1990s
Box 177 Folder 1 U.S. Marine Corps, 1982-1986
Box 177 Folder 2 U.S. Senate Commission on Art, [n.d.]
Box 177 Folder 3 U.S. Senator Carol Moseley Braun, 1980-1990
Box 177 Folder 4 U.S. Senator Paul Simon, 1990-1993
Box 177 Folder 5 U.S. Supreme Court, [n.d.]
Box 177 Folder 6 Veterans, 1994; 2005
Box 177 Folder 7 Voter Registration, 1970-1989
Box 177 Folder 8 Voter Registration, 1990-1999
Box 177 Folder 9 Voter Registration, 2000s
Box 177 Folder 10 White House Initiatives, 1980-1999
Box 178 Folder 1 Washington, Harold—Campaign Literature and publicity, 1981-1983 (See also Oversize Boxes 238 and 257)
Box 178 Folder 2 Washington, Harold—Campaign Organization, 1981-1983
Box 178 Folder 3 Washington, Harold—Census and Electoral Data, 1980-1983
Box 178 Folder 4 Washington, Harold—Newsclippings, 1983
Box 178 Folder 5 Washington, Harold—Mayoral Activities, 1983-1987
Box 179 Folder 1 Washington, Harold—Petitions for Nomination, 1982
Box 179 Folder 2 Washington, Harold—Position Papers, 1983
Box 179 Folder 3 Washington, Harold—Re-election, 1987
Box 179 Folder 4 Washington, Harold—Transition Team Study 1983
 
Series 9: Serials
Box 180 AACC News, 1980
Box 180 About Time, 2000; 1993; 1992 Special issue on Black Justice
Box 180 ACLU Brief Illinois, 2003
Box 180 ADA World, 1983; 1977
Box 180 AFL-CIO Leglislative Alert, 1979; 1981
Box 180 AFL-CIO News, 1979-1981
Box 180 African American Research Perspectives, 2002
Box 180 African Courier, 1998-1999
Box 180 African Voices, 2002
Box 180 Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago, 1998; 1993
Box 180 Afro Look, 1998
Box 180 Afro-Scholar, 1987; 1982
Box 180 Agenda, 1967
Box 180 All Chicago City News, 1981
Box 180 American Educator, 1997; 1980; 1977
Box 180 American History, 1974; 1973
Box 180 American Veterans Committee, 1993
Box 180 Amistad, 1995
Box 180 Art Institute of Chicago, 2000; 1996
Box 180 As the South Goes, 1999-2003
Box 180 Atlanta Tribune, 2006
Box 180 Atlanta World, June 18, 1970
Box 180 The Austin Voice, 2005
Box 180 Biblical News Service, 1988
Box 180 Black Child Advocate, 1975
Box 180 Black Creation, 1971
Box 180 Black Issues Book Review, 2003; 2001
Box 180 Black Issues in Higher Education, 2002; 1997
Box 180 Black Music Research Journal, 2000; 1999
Box 180 Black Political Agenda, 1994
Box 180 Black Press Review, 1984
Box 180 Black Scholar, 1995; 1994
Box 180 Black World, 1974
Box 180 Black Writer Magazine, 1983
Box 180 Black X-Press, 1973
Box 180 Blacks and Jews News, 1994
Box 180 The Bridge, 1981
Box 180 Bureau of the Census, 1980
Box 180 Carry It Forward, 2005
Box 180 Catalyst, 1990-1994; 2000; 2006
Box 180 Center Report, 1990
Box 180 1980 Census Update
Box 180 Challenge, 1993
Box 180 Chatham-Southeast Citizen, 2008; 2003; 1999; 1997
Box 180 Chicago, 1982; 1979; 1977
Box 180 Chicago Area Alliance of Black School Educators, 1983-1984
Box 180 Chicago Crusader, 2001; 2005
Box 180 Chicago Defender, 1989; 1994 (See also Oversize Box 257)
Box 180 Chicago Educator, 1998
Box 180 Chicago History Times, 2002; 2000; 1995
Box 180 Chicago Independent Bulletin, 1997
Box 180 Chicago Reader, 2007
Box 180 Chicago Rehab Network, 1981; 1979
Box 180 Chicago Reporter, 1975; 1980-1983; 1989-1991; 1998-1999; 2001
Box 180 Chicago Story, ca. 1965
Box 180 Chicago Tribune Magazine, 1992-1993; 2000-2004
Box 180 Chicago Union Teacher, 1978; 1998
Box 180 Chicago Urban Times Urban League, 1990
Box 180 Church and State, 2000
Box 180 Citizens Schools Committee Report, 1983
Box 180 Civil Liberties Alert, 1980
Box 180 Clearinghouse Review, 2000
Box 180 College Union Voice, 2005; 1981
Box 180 Color, 1947
Box 180 Committees of Correspondence, 2000; 1999
Box 180 Common Cause, 1973-1974
Box 180 Common Quest, 2000; 1997
Box 180 Commonwealth, 1979
Box 180 Communication Quarterly, 1980
Box 180 Community College Frontiers, 1973
Box 180 Community College Perspective, 1991
Box 180 Congressional Black Caucus, 2005; 2003; 2000; 1981
Box 180 Cornerstone, 2000
Box 180 Core-Lator, 1961
Box 180 Crisis Magazine, 1990-1994; 1999-2001
Box 181 Delegate, 1980
Box 181 Democratic Left, 1981
Box 181 DEMS Bulletin, 1990-1992
Box 181 DHV, 1996-1997
Box 181 Dialogue, 1998-1999
Box 181 Dissent, 1969
Box 181 Dollars & Sense, 1979
Box 181 Drug Policy Letter, 1996
Box 181 DuSable Recorder, 1937 (See Oversize Box 257)
Box 181 DuSable Write-On!, 1991-1992
Box 181 Ebony, 1963; 1969; 1977; 1986; 1990
Box 181 Eleven (WTTW), 1994
Box 181 Encore, 1976
Box 181 Equality, 1981
Box 181 Evanston Sentinel, 2000
Box 181 Evergreen (Hyde Park Cooperative Society), 1999; 2003
Box 181 Exchange (Education for Parenthood), 1981
Box 181 Fair Funder, 1992
Box 181 Federationist, 1973; 1974; 1977; 1980; 1981
Box 181 Fellowship, 1998
Box 181 FICE Report, 1976
Box 181 First World, 1977
Box 181 Fit, 1997
Box 181 Focus, 1990; 1991; 1992; 1993; 1994
Box 181 Foreign Policy in Focus, 1996; 1997
Box 181 Forge, 1982
Box 181 Fortune, 1980; 1993
Box 181 Forum (African American Teachers Association), 1972
Box 181 Fund for a Free South Africa, 1994
Box 181 Gaither Reporter, 1993
Box 181 Gary Crusader, 2006
Box 181 Global Africa, 1991
Box 181 Gold Star Herald, 2006
Box 181 Gospel Chicago Style, 1994; 1995
Box 181 Granma, 2003
Box 181 Gus Savage Reports, 6/1981
Box 181 Hampton-Clark News, 1978 (See Oversize Box 257)
Box 181 Harvard Educational Review, 1974; 1975; 1981
Box 181 HBW News, 1992
Box 181 Health Care Consumer, 1978
Box 181 Health Quest, 1994
Box 181 Helping Hands, 1999
Box 181 Historic Preservation News, 1992; 1993
Box 181 Hospitality, 2006
Box 181 Hyde Park Alumni Association Newsletter, 1978
Box 181 Hyde Park Citizen, 1997
Box 181 Hyde Park Herald, 1980; 2003; 2009; 2010
Box 181 Hyde Park History, 2001; 2002; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009
Box 181 IDDAA Advocate, 1981
Box 181 Illinois Labor History Society Reporter, 2003; 2004; 2006
Box 181 Illinois Politics, 1996; 1997
Box 181 Illinois Issues, 2001
Box 181 Imani, 1971
Box 181 In a Mellotone, 2000
Box 181 In the Bag News, 1982
Box 181 In the Loop, 2004
Box 181 In These Times, 1992; 1993; 1999
Box 181 Inequality in Education, 1971; 1973; 1974
Box 181 Integrated Education, 1964
Box 181 Intelligence Report, 2002; 2006
Box 181 Interactive Teaching and Learning Newsletter, 1997
Box 181 International Wildlife, 1994
Box 181 ISEP Monitor, 1980; 1981; 1982
Box 181 Jazz Times, 1989; 1993
Box 181 Jazzgram, 1994; 1999; 2004-2005
Box 181 Jazzletter, 2000
Box 181 Jewish Monthly, 1998-1999
Box 181 Journal of African American History, 2002; 2006
Box 181 Journal of African American Male Studies, 1993
Box 181 Journal of Afro-American Issues, 1974; 1976
Box 181 Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 1999-2003
Box 181 Journal of Longevity, 2000
Box 181 Journal of Negro History, 1977; 1999
Box 181 Journal of Ordinary Thought, 1995-1996; 1998
Box 182 Keep Strong, 1980
Box 182 L.A. Jazz, 1991
Box 182 Labor Today, 1983
Box 182 Lakefront Outlook, 2000-2010
Box 182 Lenox Avenue, 1997
Box 182 Listening Ear, 1978
Box 182 Look, 1969
Box 182 Maroon, 1990
Box 182 Measuring Cup, 1980
Box 182 Midwest (Chicago Sun-Times), 1971; 1977
Box 182 Midwest Jazz, 1994
Box 182 Midwest Worker, 2009
Box 182 Minority News Review, 1983
Box 182 Mississippi Free Press, 1963 (See Oversize Box 257)
Box 182 MLEP Process, 1978
Box 182 Mobetter News, 1990s
Box 182 Monthly Review, 2003
Box 182 Mosaic, 1990
Box 182 Muhammad Speaks, 1960
Box 183 NAAAO Newsletter, 1975
Box 183 Nabisco Magazine, 1972
Box 183 The Nation, 1979; 2007
Box 183 National Conference of Black Political Scientists Newsletter, 1991-1992; 1994-2003
Box 183 National Political Science Review, 1999; 2001
Box 183 National Senior Echo, Inc., 1993
Box 183 Natural History, 1971
Box 183 N’Digo, 1992; 1996; 1997; 1999; 2003
Box 183 Negro History Bulletin, 1971; 1974-1975; 1995; 1999
Box 183 New City, 2002
Box 183 New Ground, 2001; 2005; 2006
Box 183 New Party News, 1999
Box 183 New Patriot, 1993
Box 183 New Yorker [reprint], 1972
Box 183 Newsletter of the Democratic Left, 1975
Box 183 Newsweek, 1980; 1997
Box 183 Nommo, 1993
Box 183 OHA Newsletter, 1999; 2000; 2001
Box 183 OHMAR Newsletter, 1996
Box 183 On Campus, 1993
Box 183 On Stage, 1997; 1998; 1999
Box 183 One City, 1989; 1992; 2000; 2001
Box 183 Organizing Notes, 1980; 1981; 1982
Box 183 Our World News, 1996
Box 183 Outlook [U.S. Dept. of Commerce], 1970
Box 183 Pan-Hellenic Community Action Council Newsletter, 1982
Box 183 Panther News, 2004
Box 183 Panther Press, 1993; 1996
Box 183 Past Times, 1994; 1995; 1996; 1997
Box 183 Peace Paper, 1991
Box 183 Peace Work, 1994
Box 183 Penthouse, 1984
Box 183 People’s Weekly World, 1994; 2002
Box 183 The Phillipian, 1967
Box 183 Pine Torch, 2002; 2003; 2005
Box 183 PPWC Newsletter, 1999
Box 183 Pragmatics, 1999
Box 183 Prison Law Advocacy, 1983
Box 183 Prison Reform Magazine, 1976
Box 183 Process, 1995
Box 183 Program for Research on Black Americans, 2000; 2002
Box 183 Public Citizen, 1992; 2003
Box 183 Public Employee, 1990
Box 183 QBR, 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004
Box 183 Quaker Action, 2007
Box 183 Reader, 1997
Box 183 Rhythm and News, [n.d.]
Box 183 The Rican, 1971
Box 183 SADTU (South African Democratic Teachers Union) Western Cape Bulletin, 1993
Box 183 San Francisco Bay Guardian, 1979; 1980
Box 183 School Reform News, 2004
Box 183 Scope: Journal of African American Thought, 1993
Box 183 Sequoia, 1976
Box 183 Silhouettes, 2001; 2003
Box 183 South Street Journal, 2004
Box 183 Sports and Education, 1985; 1987; 1990
Box 183 Stanford Magazine, 1981
Box 183 Stars and Stripes, Paris Edition, 1945 (See Oversize Box 257)
Box 183 Straight Forward, 1998
Box 183 Strategies for Change, 1978
Box 183 Streetwise, 2006
Box 183 Student Mobilizer (NSCAR), 1975
Box 183 Substance, 2004
Box 183 Sunnyside Alternative Magazine, 2003
Box 183 Third World in Perspective, 1996
Box 183 Treble Clef, 1993
Box 183 Trotter Institute Review, 1992
Box 183 Trotter Times, 2005
Box 183 Tuesday (Chicago Sun-Times), 1972
Box 183 Underground Chicago, 1999
Box 183 Unitarian Universalist World, 1977; 1981
Box 183 Unity, 1990
Box 183 Update (African Bural Ground and 5 Points Archaeological Projects), 1996
Box 183 Urban Gateways Artways, 2005
Box 183 Urban Physician’s Focus, 1990; 1991
Box 183 USA Weekend (Chicago Sun-Times), 2002
Box 183 U.S. Holocaust Museum Newsletter, 1993
Box 183 U.S. News and World Report, 1995
Box 183 University of Chicago Magazine, 1974; 1980; 1981; 2002
Box 183 Voice (St. Mark United Methodist Church), 2004
Box 183 The Volunteer, 2002; 2007
Box 183 Voting Rights Review, 1993
Box 183 The Washington Advantage, 1991
Box 183 Washington Notes on Africa, 1999; 2000; 2003; 2004
Box 183 Washington Post, 1992
Box 183 The Wilson Quarterly, 1994
Box 183 Workers Vanguard, 1982
Box 183 The World, 1987
Box 183 Wright Angles, 2000
Box 184 Labor History, 1986-1996
Series 10: Clipping Files, 1954-2010
Box 185 Folder 1 Abbott-Sengstacke Family, 1998; 2000
Box 185 Folder 2 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 3 African Politics, 1981-2001
Box 185 Folder 4 AIDS, 1994-1997
Box 185 Folder 5 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 6 Apartheid, 1997
Box 185 Folder 7 Bentley, Lemuel, 1959
Box 185 Folder 8 Black Arts, 2001
Box 185 Folder 9 Black Business, 1979-1999
Box 185 Folder 10 Black Churches, 1994-2001
Box 185 Folder 11 Black Education, 1954-1989
Box 185 Folder 12 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 13 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 14 Black History—Texas, 1986-1990
Box 185 Folder 15 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 16 Black-Jewish Relations, 1986-1993
Box 185 Folder 17 Black Nationalism, 1994
Box 185 Folder 18 Black Panthers, 1969-1989
Box 185 Folder 19 Black Power Movement, 1972-1974
Box 185 Folder 20 Black Sports, 1954-2002
Box 185 Folder 21 Boy Scouts of America, [n.d.]
Box 185 Folder 22 Braun, Carol Moseley, 1992-1996
Box 185 Folder 23 Bristow, Dr. Lonnie, 1994
Box 185 Folder 24 Bronzeville, 1981-2000
Box 185 Folder 25 Bronzeville Magazine, 1944
Box 185 Folder 26 Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1999-2003
Box 185 Folder 27 Chicago Brown Bombers, 1940s
Box 185 Folder 28 See Oversize Box 188
Box 185 Folder 29 Chicago Housing Authority, 1989-2001
Box 185 Folder 30 Chicago Neighborhoods, 1990-2006
Box 185 Folder 31 Chicago Politics, 1989-2004
Box 185 Folder 32 Chicago Real Estate Board, 1962
Box 186 Folder 1 Chicago Schools, 1966-2002 (See also Oversize Box 188)
Box 186 Folder 2 Chicago Schools—Special Education, 1973-1974
Box 186 Folder 3 Children, 1988-1990
Box 186 Folder 4 City Contractors, 1972
Box 186 Folder 5 Civil Rights, 1987
Box 186 Folder 6 Civil Rights—Chicago, 1947; 1960s
Box 186 Folder 7 Civil Rights—Mississippi, 1965
Box 186 Folder 8 Cochran, Johnnie L., (1937-2005)
Box 186 Folder 9 Colin, Robert, 1960-1987
Box 186 Folder 10 Comprand, 1978
Box 186 Folder 11 Crime, 1964-2000
Box 186 Folder 12 See Oversize Box 188
Box 186 Folder 13 Douglas/Grand Boulevard, 1995
Box 186 Folder 14 Duke Ellington, 1990-1998
Box 186 Folder 15 DuSable High School, 1950-1995
Box 186 Folder 16 DuSable Museum, 1967
Box 186 Folder 17 Education, 1978-2000 (See also Oversize Box 188)
Box 186 Folder 18 Freedom Day March, ca. 1963
Box 186 Folder 19 Graphic Designers, 2000
Box 186 Folder 20 Hate Crimes, 1994-2001
Box 186 Folder 21 Health Care, 1978-1993
Box 186 Folder 22 Higginbotham, A. Leon (Judge), 1992
Box 186 Folder 23 Hirsch High School, 2000
Box 186 Folder 24 Hispanics, 1992-2003
Box 186 Folder 25 Immigration, 1990-1998
Box 186 Folder 26 Jazz, 1989-2005 (See also Oversize Box 188)
Box 186 Folder 27 John J. Egan Urban Center, 1995
Box 186 Folder 28 Johnson, John H., 1989
Box 186 Folder 29 Jordan, Michael, 1988
Box 186 Folder 30 Kaleidoscope, 1999: 2010
Box 186 Folder 31 King, Dr. Martin Luther Jr., 1993-2005
Box 186 Folder 32 King, Paul, 1990
Box 186 Folder 33 Labor History, 2005
Box 186 Folder 34 Lafontant, Jewel, 1995
Box 186 Folder 35 Lewis, Edmonia, 1996
Box 186 Folder 36 Louis, Joe, 1937 [1999 reprint]
Box 186 Folder 37 Madame C.J. Walker, 1983-1991
Box 186 Folder 38 Maxwell Street, 2003
Box 186 Folder 39 Monroe, Sylvester, 1987
Box 186 Folder 40 Morton, Jelly Roll, 1999
Box 186 Folder 41 Motley, Willard, 1994
Box 186 Folder 42 Museums, 1994-2001 (See also Oversize Box 188)
Box 186 Folder 43 Music, 1941-2000
Box 187 Folder 1 Music-Cuba, 1998
Box 187 Folder 2 NALC, 1965
Box 187 Folder 3 Native Americans, 1979
Box 187 Folder 4 Negro League, 1991-2000
Box 187 Folder 5 Obama, 2007
Box 187 Folder 6 See Oversize Box 188
Box 187 Folder 7 Palmer, Luttrell, 2004
Box 187 Folder 8 Park Manor, 1981
Box 187 Folder 9 Parks, Gordon, 1998
Box 187 Folder 10 Police—Community Relations, 1972 (Metcalfe Report)
Box 187 Folder 11 Provident Hospital, 1992
Box 187 Folder 12 Purnell, Silas, 2002
Box 187 Folder 13 Racism, 1993-2005 (See also Oversize Box 188)
Box 187 Folder 14 Randolph, A. Philip, [n.d.]
Box 187 Folder 15 Rayner, A.A., 1988
Box 187 Folder 16 Regal Theatre, 1945
Box 187 Folder 17 Reparations, 1990
Box 187 Folder 18 Restrictive Covenants, 1947
Box 187 Folder 19 Robert Taylor Homes, 1993
Box 187 Folder 20 Robeson, Paul, 1920s; 1998
Box 187 Folder 21 Robinson, Jackie, 1956
Box 187 Folder 22 Roosevelt University, 2001
Box 187 Folder 23 Rosa Parks&rsquo Bus, 2001
Box 187 Folder 24 Slavery, 1968-1988
Box 187 Folder 25 Strayhorn, Earl, [n.d.]
Box 187 Folder 26 Supreme Life Building, 2000
Box 187 Folder 27 See Oversize Box 188
Box 187 Folder 28 Teenage Violence, 1993-1997
Box 187 Folder 29 Terkel, Studs, 1992
Box 187 Folder 30 See Oversize Box 188
Box 187 Folder 31 Unions, 1950s-1960s; 2001
Box 187 Folder 32 Urban League, 1986
Box 187 Folder 33 V.O.T.E. Community, 1982
Box 187 Folder 34 Wabash Avenue YMCA, [n.d.]
Box 187 Folder 35 Watson, Dr. Wayne, 1999
Box 187 Folder 36 Wendell Phillips High School, [n.d.]
Box 187 Folder 37 See Oversize Box 188
Box 187 Folder 38 Winbush, Leroy, 1988-1995
Box 187 Folder 39 World War II, 1943-1999
Clipping files – Oversized
Box 188 Folder 1 Abortion, 1980
Box 188 Folder 2 American Civil Liberties Union, 1980-1982
Box 188 Folder 3 Black History, 2001-2004
Box 188 Folder 4 Black History—Arthur Family, 1998
Box 188 Folder 5 Black Museums, 1997-2002
Box 188 Folder 6 Chicago History, 1993-1997
Box 188 Folder 7 Chicago Schools, 1963-1989
Box 188 Folder 8 Dash, Leon, 1994
Box 188 Folder 9 Education, 1969-2002
Box 188 Folder 10 Harlem, New York, 2001
Box 188 Folder 11 Jazz, 1999
Box 188 Folder 12 Obituaries, 1962-2009
Box 188 Folder 13 Racism, 1988-1998
Box 188 Folder 14 Teenage Crime, 1993-1998
Box 188 Folder 15 Tuskegee Airmen, 1991-2005
Box 188 Folder 16 Wilson, Charlie, 1998
 
Series 11: Photographs, 1920-2009
Box 189 1 Timuel Black – Norwegian Cruise Line, 1998
Box 189 2 [Not yet identified]
Box 189 3 Fred Gay, [n.d.]
Box 189 4 Capt. Robert Harness (early black police captain), [n.d.]
Box 189 5 David W. Kellum, 1960s
Box 189 6 Plato Bibbs, [n.d.]
Box 189 7 Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 189 8 Barbara Flynn Currie, Timuel Black, Harold Washington, Richard Newhouse, Richard Simpson, [n.d.]
Box 189 9 Timuel Black, Ora McConner, Daddio Daley - ABC7-TV, 1967
Box 189 10 Harold Washington with supporters, 1982 (Rev. B. Herbert Martin, Russ Ewing, Timuel Black)
Box 189 11 Joseph P. Harris (Assoc. Vice President, Allstate Insurance Company), 1980
Box 189 12 Finis Henderson, [n.d.]
Box 189 13 Timuel Black, Sydney Harris (?), Leon Despres, [n.d.]. Photo by Mark Harris
Box 189 14 Timuel Black, Jesse Brown (U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs), 1994
Box 189 15 Timuel Black, Jesse Brown (Washington, D.C.), 1994
Box 189 16 Timuel Black at Jesse Brown reception, Washington, D.C., 1994
Box 189 17 World War II soldiers [not identified], [n.d.]
Box 189 18 World War II soldiers [not identified], [n.d.]
Box 189 19 Jesse Brown (U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs), [1994]
Box 189 20 Jesse Brown, Marine Corps barracks, Washington, D.C., 1994
Box 189 21 Timuel Black, Marine Corps barracks, Washington, D.C., 1994
Box 189 22 Dana Hillard, Jesse Brown, 1994
Box 189 23 George Perisee, Verna, Diane, Ed Samuels and wife, E. Brooks, Big Bill (?), ca. 1933
Box 189 24 George Perisee, ca. 1933
Box 189 25 George Perisee, ca. 1933
Box 189 26 George Perisee, Chicago American Giants, ca. 1933
Box 189 27 George Perisee, ca. 1933
Box 189 28 Marguerite Ward, [n.d.]
Box 189 29 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 30 Timuel Black, Jesse Brown, 1994
Box 189 31 Timuel Black, Jesse Brown, 1994
Box 189 32 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 33 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 34 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 35 Timuel Black, Jesse Brown, 1994
Box 189 36 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 37 Timuel Black at Marine Corps barracks, Washington, D.C., 1994
Box 189 38 Jesse Brown, Timuel Black, 1994
Box 189 39 Timuel Black at Chicago Historical Society, 1993
Box 189 40 In Oversize Box 216
Box 189 41 Ada&rsquos Lounge, 1946
Box 189 42 Jesse Brown (U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs), 1993
Box 189 43 Timuel Black at First Unitarian Church ?, [n.d.]
Box 189 44 Artist with painting, [n.d.]
Box 189 45 Sheila Hite, with autograph “Freedom Now – CORE,” ca. 1963
Box 189 46 Timuel Black – 58th Street Dance, 1979
Box 189 47 Ken Yoshida – Hyde Park High School, 1963
Box 189 48 Cordia Thompson – Hyde Park High School, 1963 [slides]
Box 189 49 In Oversize Box 216
Box 189 50 In Oversize Box 216
Box 190 51 James Davis – Hyde Park High School, 1963
Box 190 52 Rev. Jesse Jackson, early 1970s
Box 190 53 Rev. Jesse Jackson at Loop College (now Harold Washington College), 1992. Photo by Myron Lane
Box 190 54 Timuel Black – Hyde Park High School, 1964
Box 190 55 Angela? [student], 1966
Box 190 56 Tyreeta Paige – Hyde Park High School, 1963
Box 190 57 Carol Moseley Braun, December 1998
Box 190 58 Railroad Retirement Board Program, Chicago, February 1997
Box 190 59 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 60 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 61 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 62 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 63 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 64 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 65 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 66 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 67 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 68 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 69 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 70 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 71 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 72 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 73 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 74 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 75 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 76 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 77 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 78 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 79 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 80 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 81 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 82 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 83 Railroad Retirement Board Program, February 1997
Box 190 84 Hyde Park High School Reunion, Chicago, 2001
Box 190 85 Hyde Park High School Reunion, Chicago, 2001
Box 190 86 Hyde Park High School Reunion, Chicago, 2001
Box 190 87 Hyde Park High School Reunion, Chicago, 2001
Box 190 88 Hyde Park High School Reunion, Chicago, 2001
Box 190 89 Timuel Black and Robben Island Singers (South Africa activist prisoners released from prison, touring DuSable High School), 2002
Box 190 90 Senator Dick Durbin, Zenobia and Timuel Black (fundraiser for Durbin), 1996
Box 190 91 A.A. Rayner, Sr., ca. 1960
Box 190 92 Cornelius Francis Stradford, postcard, 2003
Box 190 93 Hyde Park High School Reunion, 2001
Box 190 94 Timuel Black and Jane Byrne during mayoral campaign, 1979
Box 190 95 Governor Jim Edgar – mtg. with black leaders, 1991 (Timuel Black, Bob Lucas, Dave Reed and Nancy Jefferson, discussing judge redistricting)
Box 190 96 Jimmy Ellis, AFM, 2008
Box 190 97 Congressman Joe Kennedy, Timuel Black, 1992
Box 190 98 Congressman Charles Hayes, [n.d.]
Box 190 99 Timuel Black – Loop College (now Harold Washington College), early 1970s
Box 190 100 Timuel Black speaking, [n.d.]
Box 191 101 Provident Hospital, new building, Chicago, 1990s
Box 191 102 Provident Hospital, new building, Chicago, 1990s
Box 191 103 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 104 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 105 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 106 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 107 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 108 Provident Hospital, old building, Chicago, 1940s-1960s
Box 191 109 Timuel Black at Provident Hospital, 1960s
Box 191 110 Timuel Black at Provident Hospital, 1960s
Box 191 111 Timuel Black at Provident Hospital, 1960s
Box 191 112 Timuel Black, August 2002
Box 191 113 Timuel Black, Ellen Gary, Al Sampson, Larry Kennon, Rose Brown, Pat Hill, Ishmael Flory, at Chicago State University, 2003
Box 191 114 Family of Timuel Black: Lucille Wilcher, Walter McConner, Georgia Meadows, Mary (?), Emma Settles (aunt), [n.d.]
Box 191 115 Social Science Faculty meeting at Harold Washington College including Sal Antonello and Betty Harris, ca. 1989
Box 191 116 1979 Worthy Matron&rsquos Club, Order of the Eastern Star: Anna Cooper, Charles Cooper, Marilyn Watt, Johnnie Wilson, Zalonia Jordan, Mabel Spearman
Box 191 117 In Oversize Box 216
Box 191 118 Harold Washington and Timuel Black, 1983
Box 191 119 Timuel Black, Ralph Metcalfe, 1970s
Box 191 120 Timuel Black, Sam Ackerman, 1996
Box 191 121 Timuel Black with Charles Mingo, principal at DuSable High School, [n.d.]
Box 191 122 Timuel Black, Roland Burris, 1992
Box 191 123 Timuel Black, with friend from Burke School, ca. 1930
Box 191 124 Timuel Black – Negro American Labor Council (NALC), 1960
Box 191 125 Norman Hill, Timuel Black – Negro American Labor Council (NALC), 1960
Box 191 126 [Not yet identified]
Box 191 127 [Not yet identified]
Box 191 128 Inscription reads: “To Mr. Black from Kenneth on Graduation Day,” [n.d.]
Box 191 129 Mayor Washington [postcard], February 1987
Box 191 130 Rosa Parks, Isaiah Thomas, 1990
Box 191 131 Harry Belafonte, 1990
Box 191 132 Rosa Parks, 1990
Box 191 133 Reunion Picnic, event and site unknown, [n.d.]
Box 191 134 Reunion Picnic, event and site unknown, [n.d.]
Box 191 135 Reunion Picnic, event and site unknown, [n.d.]
Box 191 136 Reunion Picnic, event and site unknown, [n.d.]
Box 191 137 Nightclub scene, Chicago, 1940s
Box 191 138 Nightclub scene, Chicago, 1940s
Box 191 139 Nightclub scene, Chicago, 1940s
Box 191 140 Nightclub scene, Chicago, 1940s
Box 191 141 Ada&rsquos Lounge, Ada Mae Barnes on left, 1940s
Box 191 142 Timuel Black, Jack O&rsquoMalley, 1992
Box 191 143 Timuel Black, Harold Washington and Ralph Metcalfe - Operation PUSH (?) meeting, 1978
Box 191 144 Timuel Black, Lu Palmer, Harold Washington, Operation PUSH, 1978
Box 191 145 Tony Smith, [n.d.]
Box 191 146 Newton Brothers, [n.d.]
Box 191 147 Unidentified, with trumpet, [n.d.]
Box 191 148 “Sunny” Portis, 1946
Box 191 149 Sam Walden, inscribed “To Ada,” 1946
Box 191 150 Artie and Mary Brooks, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 192 151 Artie and Mary Brooks, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 192 152 Conchita, inscribed “to my dearest Ada Mae Barnes,” [n.d.]
Box 192 153 Timuel Black, City Colleges of Chicago, 1973
Box 192 154 Timuel Black, Charles Hayes, Eugene Sawyer, Connie Howard, Anna Hubbard, Rose Daley, Bob Starks, Lou Jones, Monica Stewart and Harold Washington during Harold Washington campaign for Congress, 1980
Box 192 155 Timuel Black, director of community relations, City Colleges of Chicago, at Advisory Council for Community Affairs, 1973
Box 192 156 Timuel Black, with students at Loop College (now Harold Washington College), 1973
Box 192 157 Ada&rsquos Lounge, during World War II
Box 192 158 Leroy J. Shackelford, Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Pullman Porters Museum, 2002 (Postcard)
Box 192 159 Sophomore and Junior Classes, Wendell Phillips High School, from “Wonder Book,” 1927
Box 192 160 Maurice Anderson and wife, 2002
Box 192 161 Maurice Anderson and wife, 2002
Box 192 162 Timuel Black with friend, [n.d.]
Box 192 163 Daughter of Maurice Anderson, Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 192 164 Timuel Black, June 1993. Photo by J. Rollins
Box 192 165 Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights fundraiser, with Timuel Black, Margaret Burroughs, Ishmael Flory, Harry Belafonte, 2002
Box 192 166 Ishmael Flory, Timuel Black, ca. 2002
Box 192 167 Charles Sherrill, Timuel Black, on Norwegian Cruise Line, 1997
Box 192 168 Ramona (Timuel Black&rsquos cousin) at age 13, Chicago, January 1944
Box 192 169 William Daniels and wife with Chief Justice Warren Burger, 1979
Box 192 170 Timuel Black with Hyde Park High School students going to March on Washington, August 1963
Box 192 171 Timuel Black with Hyde Park High School students going to March on Washington, August 1963
Box 192 172 Aunt Mary and Uncle Gus (Timuel Black&rsquos mother&rsquos sister), Gary, IN, early 1920s
Box 192 173 Timuel Black speaking at City Club of Chicago, July 2004
Box 192 174 Unidentified cousin of Timuel Black, ca. 1930s. Photo by Patton&rsquos Studio, Chicago
Box 192 175 Timuel Black, Sr. (1st row seated second from left) with Knights of Pythias group, 35th and State, Chicago, 1922
Box 192 176 Velda Norman Hines, (classmate of T. Black, Burke Elementary School in 1933), 1990s
Box 192 177 In Oversize Box 216
Box 192 178 In Oversize Box 216
Box 192 179 In Oversize Box 216
Box 192 180 In Oversize Box 216
Box 192 181 In Oversize Box 216
Box 192 182 Picketing against Mayor Daley, booing Daley off stage, with Rev. Jesse. H. Jackson, Dick Gregory, July 4, 1963. Photo by Allen Koss
Box 192 183 Eugene Sawyer and Timuel Black at Smithsonian, 1994. Photo by Dr. Theodore “Ted” Hudson
Box 192 184 Timuel Black at Smithsonian, 1994. Photo by Dr. Theodore “Ted” Hudson
Box 192 185 Timuel Black at 58th Street Picnic in Dan Ryan Woods, 1979
Box 192 186 Dr. Naomi Young Armstrong, Dr. Rachel Cobb McMillan and Timuel Black at Good Shepherd Church, 1997. Three Burke School graduates
Box 192 187 Timuel and Zenobia Black, 1990s
Box 192 188 Timuel Black speaking, ca. 1990s
Box 192 189 Lawrence Kennon, attorney, and Timuel Black, at Harold Washington Library Center, 2002
Box 192 190 Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights fundraiser, with Margaret Burroughs, Ishmael Flory, Harry Belafonte and Timuel Black, 2002
Box 192 191 Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights fundraiser, with Margaret Burroughs, Ishmael Flory, Harry Belafonte and Timuel Black, 2002
Box 192 192 Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights fundraiser with Margaret Burroughs, Ishmael Flory, Harry Belafonte and Timuel Black, 2002
Box 192 193 Timuel Black and Ishmael Flory, [n.d.]
Box 192 194 Timuel Black and Ishmael Flory, [n.d.]
Box 192 195 Timuel Black, Rev. Willie Barrow and Ishmael Flory, [n.d.]
Box 192 196 Ishmael Flory and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 192 197 Ishmael Flory, Rev. Willie Barrow and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 192 198 Timuel Black in office at Loop College (now Harold Washington College), [n.d.]
Box 192 199 Rosa Parks, 1990 (Mandela in Detroit)
Box 192 200 Rev. Addie Wyatt, Timuel Black, Noxie Hill, Barbara (CLUW), Richard (UPWA), J. Bertram, meeting with Mayor Jane Byrne, ca. 1980
Box 193 201 Nelson Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 202 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 203 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 204 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 205 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 206 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 207 Mandela in Detroit, 1990
Box 193 208 Postcard: Harold Washington and Coretta Scott King, Juarez High School, 1987
Box 193 209 Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Man for All Seasons,” Tim Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 210 Margaret Burroughs and Timuel Black, 1989
Box 193 211 Timuel Black, Wanda Bridgeforth, Gerri Oliver, at Chicago Public Library Hall Branch, 1999
Box 193 212 Dempsey Travis and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 193 213 “The Old Bunch,” with Timuel Black, March 1998
Box 193 214 Timuel Black, at Harold Washington Library Center, ca. 1991
Box 193 215 Timuel Black in Egypt, June 1995
Box 193 216 Timuel Black and Studs Terkel, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 217 Gus Savage, Emma Beck (UPWA), “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 218 Lou Jones, Judge William Cousins, Don Bailey, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 219 Annie Lee Carroll and husband, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 220 Carol Moseley Braun, Nelvia Brady, Harold Rogers, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 221 Harold Rogers, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 222 “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 223 “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 224 Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 225 Dan Parker and Gwen Washington, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 226 “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 227 Timuel Black, Jim Wagner and wife, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 228 “A Man for All Seasons,” Tim Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 229 Nelvia Brady, Renaldo Glover, Gloria (?), “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 230 Carol Moseley Braun, Charles Hayes, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 231 Charles Hayes, Carol Moseley Braun, Nelvia Brady, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 232 Charles Hayes, Ella Echols, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 233 Ron Bailey and wife, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 234 “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 235 “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 236 Bob Mann, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 237 Carol Bennett, Ellen Geary, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 238 Timuel Black, Clarice Durham, 1989. “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party
Box 193 239 Congressman Gus Savage, Judge William Cousins, Tim and Zenobia Black, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 240 Timuel Black at Victory Monument (Illinois National Guard 8th Regiment, World War I), 35th Street and King Drive, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 193 241 Timuel Black at Victory Monument, [n.d.]
Box 193 242 Timuel Black at Chicago Military Academy, 3519 South Giles, [n.d.]
Box 193 243 Ellen Geary, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 244 Nelvia Brady, Ellen Geary, Congressman Gus Savage, “A Man for All Seasons,” Timuel Black Retirement Party, 1989
Box 193 245 Timuel Black at 3619 S. Martin Luther King Drive, [n.d.]
Box 193 246 Timuel Black at 3619 S. Martin Luther King Drive, [n.d.]
Box 193 247 Timuel Black at 3619 S. Martin Luther King Drive, [n.d.]
Box 193 248 Timuel Black on steps of house, [n.d.]
Box 193 249 Timuel Black on steps of house, [n.d.]
Box 193 250 Harold Washington, inscribed photo, [n.d.]
Box 194 251 Timuel Black in Bronzeville, [n.d.]
Box 194 252 Timuel Black in Bronzeville, [n.d.]
Box 194 253 Timuel Black in Bronzeville, [n.d.]
Box 194 254 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, late 1980s
Box 194 255 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, at Goree Island, late 1980s
Box 194 256 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, Presidential Palace, late 1980s
Box 194 257 Timuel Black in Africa: Goree, late 1980s
Box 194 258 Timuel Black in Africa with African American Study Group: Timuel Black, Laura Washington, Owen Washington, Cyril Packwood, Curator of Goree, 1980s
Box 194 259 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, Hotel Taranga, 1980s
Box 194 260 Timuel Black in Africa with Laura Washington, Joel Fandiouth: Senegal, 1980s
Box 194 261 Timuel Black in Africa, 1980s
Box 194 262 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, Goree Island, 1980s
Box 194 263 Timuel Black in Africa with Laura Washington at Taranga Hotel, 1980s
Box 194 264 Timuel Black in Africa: Senegal, Goree Island, 1980s
Box 194 265 Timuel Black in Africa with Laura Washington, 1980s
Box 194 266 Timuel Black in Africa, 1980s
Box 194 267 Timuel Black at Margaret Burroughs&rsquo house, [n.d.]
Box 194 268 Timuel Black at Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 269 Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 270 Timuel Black and Margaret Burroughs at Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 271 Timuel Black at Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 272 Timuel and Zenobia Black at Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 273 Timuel and Zenobia Black at Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 274 Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 275 Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 276 Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 277 Chicago Jazz Festival, 1999
Box 194 278 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 279 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 280 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 281 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 281 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 282 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 283 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 284 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 285 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 286 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 287 Black Family Reunion in Georgia, 7/2002
Box 194 288 Timuel Black and Jack Cosey (friend of Joseph Rollins), ca. 1980
Box 194 289 Timuel Black, Harold Rogers and daughter Ishmael Ashford in Egypt, 1970s
Box 194 290 Timuel Black in Arabic dress, [n.d.]
Box 194 291 Timuel Black at unidentified playground, [n.d.]
Box 194 292 [Not yet identified]
Box 194 293 [Not yet identified]
Box 194 294 [Not yet identified]
Box 194 295 Timuel Black at Victory Monument, [n.d.]
Box 194 296 [Not yet identified]
Box 194 297 Provident Hospital, [n.d.]
Box 194 298 [Not yet identified]
Box 194 299 Provident Hospital, new building, 1990s
Box 194 300 Timuel Black and unidentified man, [n.d.]
Box 195 301 Timuel Black at home, [n.d.]
Box 195 302 Alya Rogers and Timuel Black, ca. 1990
Box 195 303 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 195 304 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 195 305 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 195 306 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 195 307 Timuel Black and unidentified man, [n.d.]
Box 195 308 John W. Rogers, Jr., [n.d.]
Box 195 309 Captain William (Bill) Pinkney, [n.d.]
Box 195 310 Captain William Pinkney, [n.d.]
Box 195 311 Harold Washington College honors “Prof. T. Black,” 1988
Box 195 312 Harold Washington College student government members with Timuel Black, ca. 1988
Box 195 313 Timuel Black receiving Harold Washington College award, ca. 1988
Box 195 314 Sadie Hampton and others at Harold Washington College, honoring Timuel Black, 1988
Box 195 315 David Franklin at Harold Washington College, honoring Timuel Black, ca. 1988
Box 195 316 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 317 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 318 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 319 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 320 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 321 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 322 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 323 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 324 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 325 Timuel Black with two unidentified men, 2001
Box 195 326 DuSable High School 35-39ers Christmas Party, 2001
Box 195 327 Timuel Black and two unidentified people, [n.d.]
Box 195 328 Timuel Black teaching at Hyde Park High School, ca.1964
Box 195 329 Timuel Black at party, [n.d.]
Box 195 330 Timuel Black at party, [n.d.]
Box 195 331 Timuel Black at party, [n.d.]
Box 195 332 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA) event, “Max in the Senate,” 1960s
Box 195 333 Postcards: from Harold Washington Archives
Box 195 337 [Not yet identified]
Box 195 338 Timuel Black and Dorothy Tillman, [n.d.]
Box 195 339 Savoy Big Five Basketball Team in Chicago, 1928
Box 195 340 Timuel Black at Roosevelt High School, Gary, IN, 1955 (negative only)
Box 195 341 Carol Moseley Braun, Zenobia Black, Hilary Clinton, [n.d.]
Box 195 342 Captain Walter Dyett, 1930s
Box 195 343 Mary Herrick, teacher at DuSable High School, 1950s
Box 195 344 Tim and Zenobia Black wedding, 1981
Box 195 345 In Oversize Box 216
Box 195 346 “Chicago Freedom Festival,” Martin Luther King Rally in Chicago, 3/12/1966 (Program cover)
Box 195 347 Joe Rollins, ca. 1940
Box 195 348 DuSable High School: Social Science Faculty with Tim Black, Saul Mendelson, Annie Lucas, Nellie Murray, ca.1958 (negative only)
Box 195 349 DuSable High School, 1958 (negative only)
Box 195 350 Juanita Edwards Cowan, Burke School, [n.d.]
Box 196 351 Timuel Black, ca. 2008
Box 196 352 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 353 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 354 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 355 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 356 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 357 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 358 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 359 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 360 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 361 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 362 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 363 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 364 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 365 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 366 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 367 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 368 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 369 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 370 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 371 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 372 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Chicago, 1999
Box 196 373 Finis Henderson, Jr., 1963. Photo by Walter “Buddy Boy” Brown
Box 196 374 Redd Foxx, 1963. Photo by Walter “Buddy Boy” Brown
Box 196 374a Redd Foxx, 1963. Photo by Walter “Buddy Boy” Brown
Box 196 375 Walter Brown and family, 1963
Box 196 376 Roaming Rockets basketball team, Wabash YMCA, 1934
Box 196 377 In Oversize Box 216
Box 196 378 In Oversize Box 216
Box 196 379 Timuel Black (holding newspaper declaring Obama winner), ca. 2008
Box 196 380 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 381 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 382 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 383 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 384 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 385 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 386 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 387 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 388 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 389 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 390 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 391 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 392 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 393 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 394 Timuel Kerrigan Black graduation at Stanford, 1975
Box 196 395 Timuel Kerrigan Black in Berkeley, CA, May 29, 1992
Box 196 396 Timuel D. Black, 1995
Box 196 397 Timuel D. Black, [n.d.]
Box 196 398 Timuel D. Black, [n.d.]
Box 196 399 [Not yet identified]
Box 196 400 [Not yet identified]
Box 197 401 Ericka Myles, 1997
Box 197 402 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 403 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 404 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 405 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 406 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 407 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 408 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 409 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 410 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 411 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 412 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 413 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 414 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 415 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 416 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 417 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 418 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 419 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 420 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 421 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 422 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 423 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 424 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 425 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 426 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 427 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 428 New Phillips/DuSable 1935-36 Alumni Annual Trip, 1985
Box 197 429 Mayor Richard M. Daley, with Timuel and Zenobia Black, [n.d.]
Box 197 430 Leon Despres with two unidentified men, [n.d.]
Box 197 431 Leon Despres, Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 197 432 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 433 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 434 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 435 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 436 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 437 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 438 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 439 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 440 58th Street Picnic held in Dan Ryan Woods, 1989
Box 197 441 Timuel Black and unidentified man, [n.d.]
Box 197 442 Joe Rollins, Michael Flug and Maurice Anderson, 2004
Box 197 443 Michael Flug, Joe Rollins and Tim Black, 2004
Box 197 444 Michael Flug, Joe Rollins, Maurice Anderson, Tim Black, 2004
Box 197 445 [Number not utilized]
Box 197 446 Timuel Black, Herb Boyd, Linda Crane, Jim Tilmon, Rita Fry and Joel Daly at “Brown vs. Board” John Marshall Law School Panel, 2004
Box 197 447 Timuel D. Sr. and Mattie Black&rsquos 50th Anniversary, ca. 1953
Box 197 448 Versie Barnes, Wanda Bridgeforth, Mary Dempsey, unidentified woman and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 197 449 Redd Foxx at 58th Street Picnic, ca. 1985
Box 197 450 Studs Terkel and Timuel Black, 2004
Box 198 451 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 452 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 453 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 454 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 455 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 456 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 457 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 458 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 459 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 460 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 461 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 462 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 463 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 464 Theodore Charles Stone and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 198 465 African American Naval band from World War II, [n.d.]
Box 198 466 Gus Savage and Timuel Black, inscribed, 1988
Box 198 467 Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 468 Timuel Black and Carol Moseley Braun, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 469 Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 470 Timuel Black speaking, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 471 Vernon Jarrett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 472 Senator Paul Simon, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 473 Vernon Jarrett and Studs Terkel, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 474 Timuel Black in Mali village, 1990s
Box 198 475 Columbus Day Parade, City Colleges of Chicago float, 1981
Box 198 476 Charles Rangel, Timuel and Zenobia Black, 1980s
Box 198 477 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 3/1998
Box 198 478 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 3/1998
Box 198 479 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 3/1998
Box 198 480 Timuel Black and James Montgomery, Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 2010
Box 198 481 Lerone Bennett, William Cousins, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 482 Josie and Jackie Childs, Zenobia and Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 483 David Orr, Danny Davis, John Steele, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 484 Timuel Black campaign for 4th Ward alderman (with Oscar Brown, Jr.), 1963
Box 198 485 Walter K. Black during World War II
Box 198 486 Clarice Durham, Studs Terkel, “A Black Man from Bronzeville” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 198 487 Roland Burris, Timuel Black, ca. 2000
Box 198 488 Walter Kerrigan Black, ca. 1989
Box 198 489 Timuel Black at the Monterey Jazz Festival, [n.d.]
Box 198 490 Timuel Black with portrait of Harold Washington, [n.d.]
Box 198 491 [Number not utilized]
Box 198 492 Walter “Buddy Boy” Brown at Club DeLisa, 1940s
Box 198 493 Wanda Bridgeforth and Timuel Black at Hall Branch Library, ca. 2007
Box 198 494 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting with Mark Durham, Bob Starks, Al Sampson, Timuel Black, 12/1993
Box 198 495 Maurice Armstrong, Joseph Rollins, Timuel Black at Harsh Research Collection, 2004
Box 198 496 “Harold Washington for Mayor” rally: Harold Washington, Danny Davis and Timuel Black, 1983. Photo by Myron Hane
Box 198 497 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding, 1981
Box 198 498 Timuel Black as Oppenheimer Family Foundation Teacher Incentive Grant Winner, 2005
Box 198 499 In Oversize Box 216
Box 198 500 In Oversize Box 216
Box 199 501 Harry Picou, [n.d.]
Box 199 502 St. Paul C.M.E. Gospel Choir, May 16, 1935. Henry J. Carruthers Director. Photo by H.A. Stewart
Box 199 503 Cousin of Timuel Black, inscribed: “To Mother from Buford,” [n.d.]. Photo by Electric Studio, Chicago
Box 199 504 Portrait of woman, [n.d.]. Photo by Worthington Art Studio, Chicago
Box 199 505 Una Voca Social Club 1st Anniversary Reception, Chicago, May 16, 1931
Box 199 506 Portrait of woman, [n.d.]. Photo by Worthington Art Studio, Chicago
Box 199 507 Stockyards Workers, Chicago, 1940s
Box 199 508 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 509 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 510 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 511 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 512 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 513 [Not yet identified]
Box 199 514 “Old 47th St. Group Meeting” pool-players, [n.d.]
Box 199 515 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 516 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 517 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 518 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 519 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 520 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 521 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 522 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 523 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 524 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 525 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 526 All are part of group in Izola&rsquos restaurant, [n.d.]
Box 199 527 Adrienne Crittenden Davis, Jean S. Hall Dunlap, Hyde Park High School, Class of January 1964, [n.d.]
Box 199 528 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 199 529 “The Old Bunch,” [n.d.]
Box 199 530 Trinity Christian College: Urban Issues Symposium (left to right: Laura Zumdahl, Jason Martin, Clinton Stockwell, Timuel Black, William Peterman, Costas Spiron, Brad Breews), March 14, 2002
Box 199 531 Timuel Black in front of Harlem Globetrotters basketball team photo, 3/22/2005. Photo by Agis Bray, Jr.
Box 199 532 Timuel Black and two unidentified men in front of Harlem Globetrotter basketball team photo, 3/22/2005. Photo by Agis Bray, Jr.
Box 199 533 Timuel Black in front of Harlem Globetrotters basketball team photo, 3/22/2005. Photo by Agis Bray, Jr.
Box 199 534 Sally Johnson-Jones Birthday Party, at a North Milwaukee Art Gallery, 2/26/2005
Box 199 535 Unidentified memorial statue of three Tennessee presidents, [n.d.]
Box 199 536 Walter K. Black, ca. 1980s
Box 199 537 Walter K. Black, [n.d.]
Box 199 538 Mayor Richard M. Daley, Timuel Black at Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame, 2005
Box 199 539 Artie and Mary Brooks, [n.d.]
Box 199 540 Artie and Mary Brooks, [n.d.]
Box 199 541 Carol Moseley Braun, ca. 1988
Box 199 542 Edwina Harris, 1979
Box 199 543 Unidentified people at dinner event, 1964
Box 199 544 Unidentified people at dinner event, 1964
Box 199 545 Timuel Black at dinner event, 1964
Box 199 546 Unidentified people at dinner event, 1964
Box 199 547 Unidentified people at dinner event, 1964
Box 199 548 Timuel Black, Harold Rogers and others, 1989
Box 199 549 Timuel Black, Harold Rogers and others, 1989
Box 199 550 Timuel Black, Harold Rogers and others, 1989
Box 200 551 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 552 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 553 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 554 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 555 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 556 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 557 Tour of Egypt (Aswan), 1987
Box 200 558 Tour of Egypt (Aswan – Mausoleum at Aga Khan), 1987
Box 200 559 Tour of Egypt (Aswan Airport), 1987
Box 200 560 Tour of Egypt (Cairo), 1987
Box 200 561 Tour of Egypt (Edfu), 1987
Box 200 562 Tour of Egypt (Edfu), 1987
Box 200 563 Tour of Egypt (Edfu), 1987
Box 200 564 Tour of Egypt (Felucca), 1987
Box 200 565 Tour of Egypt (Karnak), 1987
Box 200 565 Tour of Egypt (Karnak), 1987
Box 200 566 Tour of Egypt (Karnak), 1987
Box 200 567 Tour of Egypt (Karnak), 1987
Box 200 568 Tour of Egypt (Temple of Karnak), 1987
Box 200 569 Tour of Egypt (Komombo), 1987
Box 200 570 Tour of Egypt (Komombo), 1987
Box 200 571 Tour of Egypt (Komombo), 1987
Box 200 572 Tour of Egypt (Philae), 1987
Box 200 573 Tour of Egypt (Philae), 1987
Box 200 574 Tour of Egypt (Philae), 1987
Box 200 575 Tour of Egypt (Philae), 1987
Box 200 576 Tour of Egypt (Philae), 1987
Box 200 577 Tour of Egypt (Philae Temple), 1987
Box 200 578 Tour of Egypt (The Citadel, Cairo), 1987
Box 200 579 Tour of Egypt (Egyptian National Museum), 1987
Box 200 580 Tour of Egypt (Pullmen Cataract), 1987
Box 200 581 Tour of Egypt (Egypt Papyrus Institute, Cairo), 1987
Box 200 582 Tour of Egypt (Luxor Winter Palace Hotel), 1987
Box 200 583 Tour of Egypt (Step Pyramid Sakkara), 1987
Box 200 584 Tour of Egypt (Luxor - Sunrise), 1987
Box 200 585 Tour of Egypt (Lake Nasser), 1987
Box 200 586 Tour of Egypt (Nubian Village), 1987
Box 200 587 Tour of Egypt (Nubian Village), 1987
Box 200 588 Tour of Egypt (Rug Factory), 1987
Box 200 589 Tour of Egypt (Delta Farm), 1987
Box 200 590 Tour of Egypt (Monastery), 1987
Box 200 591 Herb “Little Red" Evans, 1960s
Box 200 592 Herb “Little Red” Evans, 1960s
Box 200 593 Herb “Little Red” Evans, 1960s
Box 200 594 Congressman Charles Rangel (NY), Timuel and Zenobia Black, 2003
Box 200 595 Timuel Black with Afro-German Group in Berlin, Germany, 1999
Box 200 596 Members of the Citywide Coalition on School Reform, Lisle, IL, 1990
Box 200 597 Devalus Glover, “Phillip&rsquos Son,” [n.d.]
Box 200 598 Mary Herrick Award ceremony for Dempsey Travis, 1990
Box 200 599 Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Robeson, Sara Vaughn in New Zealand, 1960s
Box 200 600 Timuel Black campaign for 4th Ward alderman with Oscar Brown, 1964. Photo by Hank Martin
Box 201 601 Tour of Egypt (Esna), 1987
Box 201 602 Tour of Egypt (Abu Simbel), 1987
Box 201 603 Tour of Egypt (Cairo Subway), 1987
Box 201 604 Tour of Egypt (Temple of Queen Hatshepsut), 1987
Box 201 605 Tour of Egypt (at David DuBois Party), 1987
Box 201 606 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 607 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 608 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 609 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 610 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 611 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 612 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 613 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 614 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 615 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 616 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 617 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 618 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 619 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 620 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 621 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 622 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 623 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 624 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 625 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 626 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 627 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 628 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 629 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 630 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 631 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 632 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 633 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 634 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 635 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 636 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 637 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 638 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 639 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 640 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 641 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 642 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 643 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 644 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 645 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 646 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 647 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 648 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 649 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 201 650 Tour of Egypt, 1987
Box 202 651 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 652 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 653 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 654 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 655 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 656 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 657 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 658 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 659 Black-McConner Family Reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1995
Box 202 660 Congressman Gus Savage and Timuel Black, 1980s
Box 202 661 Maurice Yancy, Versie Barnes and Timuel Black at Hall Branch Library, ca. 2001
Box 202 662 Timuel Black, Jackie Marshall and Assata Shakur in Cuba, ca. 2003. Photo by Jackie Marshall
Box 202 663 Timuel Black and Jackie Marshall at Mausoleum at Frank Pais II Fort in Santiago, Cuba. ca. 2003. Photo by Jackie Marshall
Box 202 664 Timuel Black, Harold Rogers, Assata Shakur at Parque Central in Havana, Cuba, ca. 2003. Photo by Jackie Marshall
Box 202 665 Timuel Black and Willie Black in Cuba, ca. 2003. Photo by Jackie Marshall.
Box 202 666 Timuel Black, in Santiago, bridge near Varadera in Cuba, ca. 2003. Photo by Jackie Marshall
Box 202 667 Ermetra Black and husband Timothy Murrell, 1980
Box 202 668 Timuel Black as Oppenheimer Family Foundation Teacher Incentive Grant winner, 2005
Box 202 669 Timuel Kerrigan Black, graduation ceremony at Stanford University, 1975
Box 202 670 Timuel Black as Oppenheimer Family Foundation Teacher Incentive Grant winner, 2005
Box 202 671 Walter K. Black, 1990s
Box 202 672 Walter K. Black at McConner-Black family reunion, Tucson, AZ, 1996
Box 202 673 Studs Terkel and Timuel Black, “Storytelling at the Crossroads” Conference, Arlington Heights, IL, 2003
Box 202 674 Studs Terkel and Timuel Black, Judith Heineman, Linda Gorham, “Storytelling at the Crossroads” Conference, Arlington Heights, IL, 2003
Box 202 675 Timuel Black and Oscar Brown, Jr. campaigning for 4th Ward alderman, 1964. Photo by Hank Martin
Box 202 676 Richard M. Daley, with Timuel and Zenobia Black, inscribed, 2004
Box 202 677 Timuel Black and David E. Gumpert, 2002
Box 202 678 Timuel Black on tour in Cairo, Egypt, 1998
Box 202 679 Timuel Black on tour in Cairo, Egypt, 1998
Box 202 680 Timuel Black on tour in Cairo, Egypt, 1998
Box 202 681 [Not yet identified]
Box 202 682 [Not yet identified]
Box 202 683 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 684 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 685 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 686 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 687 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 688 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 689 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 690 Timuel and Zenobia Black wedding party, 1981
Box 202 691 Margaret Burroughs, Sherry Williams, Sam Greenlee and Tim Black, 2004. Photo by Johnny Acoft, Julius Rosenwald&rsquos grandson
Box 202 692 Ada Mae Barnes, Ada&rsquos Lounge, Chicago, 1940s
Box 202 693 Ada Mae Barnes, Ada&rsquos Lounge, Chicago, 1940s
Box 202 694 Zenobia Johnson-Black and Nancy Stevenson at Stevenson for Illinois Campaign, 1982
Box 202 695 Timuel Black at Duke Ellington Society event, 1998
Box 202 696 Timuel Black at Duke Ellington Society event, 1998
Box 202 697 Maedis Harris, [n.d.]
Box 202 698 Henry Harris, “Maedis&rsquos son,” [n.d.]
Box 202 699 Christine Ingram at Links Cotillion, 7/2002
Box 202 700 Timuel Black speaking, 1990s
Box 203 701 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown (Delft), ca. 1994
Box 203 702 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown, ca. 1994
Box 203 703 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown, Level 4 or 5 school, ca. 1994
Box 203 704 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto (house Winnie Mandela built), ca. 1994
Box 203 705 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 706 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 707 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, ca. 1994
Box 203 708 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, ca. 1994
Box 203 709 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, ca. 1994
Box 203 710 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, home of rich person in Soweto, ca. 1994
Box 203 711 Timuel Black tour of South Africa Technical College, ca. 1994
Box 203 712 Timuel Black tour of South Africa Technical College, ca. 1994
Box 203 713 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, Gold Mine Museum, ca. 1994
Box 203 714 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, Professor Ismay Ashford at Pretoria Parliament building, ca. 1994
Box 203 715 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, ca.1994
Box 203 716 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 717 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, ca. 1994
Box 203 718 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, with group of students from Philadelphia, ca.1994
Box 203 719 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, Gold Mine Museum, ca. 1994
Box 203 720 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, Gold Mine Museum, ca. 1994
Box 203 721 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 722 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 723 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, Parliament, ca. 1994
Box 203 724 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 725 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1994
Box 203 726 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, ca. 1994
Box 203 727 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, Sandton Party home of Ed Chininga, Minister of Mines for Zimbabwe, ca. 1994
Box 203 728 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Alexandra Township, ca. 1994
Box 203 729 Timuel Black tour of Africa: Dakar, Senegal, 1994
Box 203 730 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Red Cross, Kialita Township, ca. 1994
Box 203 731 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Hostel, ca. 1994
Box 203 732 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, outside Winnie Mandela&rsquos house, ca. 1994
Box 203 733 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Pretoria, students on field trip, ca. 1994
Box 203 734 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Sewing Project, ca. 1994
Box 203 735 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, ca. 1994
Box 203 736 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, ca. 1994
Box 203 737 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown, ca. 1994
Box 203 738 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: University of Western Cape, ca. 1994
Box 203 739 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Church visit, ca. 1974
Box 203 740 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown, Delft Township, ca. 1994
Box 203 741 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Church outside Johannesburg, ca. 1994
Box 203 742 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown, board members of Black United Front, ca. 1994
Box 203 743 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Capetown Cape Flats, ca. 1994
Box 203 744 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Bahia Dance Group Olodum ca. 1994
Box 203 745 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Caiba Farm, ca. 1994
Box 203 746 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Earl Jones, Homer Franklin, Ismay Ashford, Maila Salima Rogers, 1994
Box 203 747 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Capoeira dance, ca. 1994
Box 203 748 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Bahia, ca. 1994
Box 203 749 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, ca. 1994
Box 203 750 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 751 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Durban, religious ceremony, ca. 1998
Box 204 752 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Johannesburg, African Museum, ca. 1998
Box 204 753 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Durban, ca. 1998
Box 204 754 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 755 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 756 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 757 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Durban, ca. 1998
Box 204 758 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 759 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 760 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 761 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 762 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 763 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Durban, ca. 1998
Box 204 764 Timuel Black tour of South Africa: Soweto, ca. 1998
Box 204 765 Timuel Black tour of South Africa, ca. 1998
Box 204 766 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Scala, ca. 1994
Box 204 767 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Salvador, Bahia, ca. 1994
Box 204 768 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Corcovado, ca. 1994
Box 204 769 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, ca. 1994
Box 204 770 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: farm visit by Harold Rogers and Timuel Black, 1994
Box 204 771 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Pelhourino, ca. 1994
Box 204 772 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Rocinda, Favela (population 350,000), ca. 1994
Box 204 773 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Afro-Brazilian Museum, ca. 1994
Box 204 774 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Hotel Meridian Salvador, Bahia, ca. 1994
Box 204 775 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Salvador Airport, ca. 1994
Box 204 776 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Cachoeira, ca. 1994
Box 204 777 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Pelhourhino, ca. 1994
Box 204 778 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Bahia, Condoble, ca. 1994
Box 204 779 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 780 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 781 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 782 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 783 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 784 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Faral, Rio, ca. 1994
Box 204 785 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 786 Timuel Black tour of Brazil, ca. 1994
Box 204 787 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Salvador Condomble Compound, ca. 1994
Box 204 788 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Cachoeira, Timuel Black and Ellen Gary at Convent of Sisters of the Bon Marte, ca. 1994
Box 204 789 Timuel Black tour of Brazil: Cachoeira, Timuel Black and Ellen Gary at Convent of Sisters of the Bon Marte, ca 1994
Box 204 790 Timuel Black and Michael Flug at Harsh Collection, 2004
Box 204 791 Timuel Black passport photo, [n.d.]
Box 204 792 Timuel Black and DuSable High School 35-39ers reunion dinner, [n.d.]
Box 204 793 Finis Henderson, Timuel Black&rsquos classmate from DuSable High School, [n.d.]
Box 204 794 Thelma Wheaton, African American Genealogical History Society conference annual meeting at Olive-Harvey College, 1990s
Box 204 795 Timuel Black and Henrietta Henry at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, 2004
Box 204 796 Timuel Black speaking, ca. 2000
Box 204 797 58th Street Picnic, ca. 1980
Box 204 798 Timel Black and unidentified man who was Illinois state representative, [n.d.]
Box 204 799 Timuel and Zenobia Black, [n.d.]
Box 204 800 Mary Ella Smith, [n.d.]
Box 205 801 Sharon Tuck (at top left, with Chicago Board of Education), [n.d.]
Box 205 802 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 205 803 Timuel Black with unidentified group, [n.d.]
Box 205 804 Sharon Tuck (at top left, with Chicago Board of Education), [n.d.]
Box 205 805 Sharon Tuck (at top left, with Chicago Board of Education), [n.d.]
Box 205 806 Sharon Tuck with group from the Chicago Board of Education, [n.d.]
Box 205 807 Timuel Black and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
Box 205 808 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 809 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 810 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 811 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 812 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 813 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 814 Timuel Black tour of Mali, Dogon village, ca. 1994
Box 205 815 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 816 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 817 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 818 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 819 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 820 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 821 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 822 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 823 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 824 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 825 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 826 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 827 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 828 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 829 Timuel Black tour of Mali, ca. 1994
Box 205 830 Barbara (high school student), inscribed, [n.d.]
Box 205 831 Adrienne (high school student), inscribed, [n.d.]
Box 205 832 Timuel Black riding in el car, CTA, ca. 2000
Box 205 833 DuSable High School 35-39ers reunion dinner, [n.d.]
Box 205 834 Cake for Anniversary of Pastor A.P. Jackson, ca. 1960s
Box 205 835 Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca. 1970
Box 205 836 Walter K. Black, Josie Duncan, Whiting, IN, 1998
Box 205 837 Columbus Day Parade, probably Thornton Township High School marchers, 1981. Photo by George Murphy
Box 205 838 Columbus Day Parade, 1981. Photo by George Murphy
Box 205 839 Columbus Day Parade, 1981. Photo by George Murphy
Box 205 840 Columbus Day Parade, 1981. Photo by George Murphy
Box 205 841 Columbus Day Parade, 1981. Photo by George Murphy
Box 205 842 Walter K. Black, Whiting, IN, 1998
Box 205 843 Gwendolyn Duncan Alexander, Chicago, 1999
Box 205 844 Walter Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 205 845 Walter Kerrigan Black, Gwendolyn Duncan Alexander, 1999
Box 205 846 Retirees Club (at Harold Washington College), [n.d.]
Box 205 847 [Not yet identified]
Box 205 848 [Not yet identified]
Box 205 849 [Not yet identified]
Box 205 850 Timuel Black and Leon Despres, ca. 2002
Box 206 851 V.O.T.E. (Voice of the Ethnic) Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 852 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 853 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 854 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black and Al Raby, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 855 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 856 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Robert Starks, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 857 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 858 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 859 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, Al Raby, Teamsters Local 241 and Rev. Tyrone Crider, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 860 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting: Timuel Black, Al Raby, Teamsters Local 241 and Rev. Tyrone Crider, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 861 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 862 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 863 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 864 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 865 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 866 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 867 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 868 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 869 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 870 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 871 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 872 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 873 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 874 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 875 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 876 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 877 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 878 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 879 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 880 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 881 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 882 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 883 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 884 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 885 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 886 V.O.T.E. Community Ministers&rsquo Breakfast Meeting, 1993. Photo by Willie Riley
Box 206 887 South Africa: COSATU demonstration, Johannesburg, ca.1998
Box 206 888 South Africa: Table Mountain, Cape Town, [n.d.]
Box 206 889 South Africa: Cape Town, [n.d.]
Box 206 890 South Africa: Cape Town, Cape Flats, [n.d.]
Box 206 891 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 892 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 893 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 894 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 895 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 896 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 897 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 898 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 899 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 206 900 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 207 901 Timuel Black and Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 207 902 Timuel Black and Leon Despres, [n.d.]
Box 207 903 Kathy Duehrer, 1973
Box 207 904 Kathy Duehrer, 1973
Box 207 905 Kathy Duehrer, 1973
Box 207 906 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 907 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 908 United Office and Professional Workers (CIO) on strike, Mid-City Real Estate, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 909 Regal Theater box office, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 910 Lunch counter on 47th Street, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 911 Tenement alley, Chicago, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 912 South Parkway, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 913 Regal Theater, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 914 47th Street, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 915 [Not yet identified] , 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 916 Ida B. Wells Homes under construction, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 917 Nightclub on the Southside, Chicago, 1941. FSA photo
Box 207 918 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 919 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 920 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 921 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 922 58th Street Picnic, ca. 1995
Box 207 923 Redd Foxx, 1970s
Box 207 924 Harold Washington, as student at Roosevelt University, [n.d.]
Box 207 925 Ada Mae Barnes at the Club DeLisa, 1940s
Box 207 926 58th Street Picnic, ca. 1990s
Box 207 927 [Not yet identified] , [n.d.]. Photo by Will Berry
Box 207 928 Timuel Black, in front of portrait of Harold Washington, [n.d.]
Box 207 929 Timuel Black, Berlin, 1998
Box 207 930 Timuel Black and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
Box 207 931 Timuel Black and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
Box 207 932 Timuel Black and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
Box 207 933 Wendell Phillips High School Fall of Fame, 1994
Box 207 934 [Not yet identified]
Box 207 935 Southern Poverty Law Center, weapons confiscated by FBI, [n.d.]
Box 207 936 Student art for Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship, Kozminski Academy, 1993
Box 207 937 Student art for Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship, Kozminski Academy, 1993
Box 207 938 Timuel Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 939 Timuel Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 940 Student art for Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship, Kozminski Academy, 1993
Box 207 941 Timuel Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 207 942 Commendatory correspondence, Timuel Kerrigan Black (Scholarship), [n.d.]
Box 207 943 Student art for Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship, Kozminski Academy, 1993
Box 207 944 Student writing for Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship, Kozminski Academy, 1993
Box 207 945 Timuel Kerrigan Black production promotions, [n.d.]
Box 207 946 Get-well cards for Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca. 1993
Box 207 947 Student letters for Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca. 1990s
Box 207 948 Student letters for Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca. 1990s
Box 207 949 Timuel and Zenobia Black at Jewish Council on Urban Affairs tribute dinner, 1999
Box 207 950 Roland Burris, Dr. Berlean Burris, Timuel and Zenobia Black, 1991
Box 208 951 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 952 Vernon Jarrett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 953 Lawrence Kennon, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 954 Dawn Clark Netsch, Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 955 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 956 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 957 Sam Ackerman, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 958 Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 959 Timuel and Zenobia Black, Sam Ackerman, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 960 Senator Paul Simon, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 961 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 962 Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 963 Studs Terkel, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 964 Sam Ackerman, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 965 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 966 Studs Terkel and Zenobia Johnson-Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 967 Renault Robinson, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 968 Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 969 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 970 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 971 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 972 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 973 Dawn Clark Netsch, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 974 Danny Davis, David Orr, Jim Stewart, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 975 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 976 Charles Hayes, Vernon Jarrett, Studs Terkel, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 977 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 978 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 979 Tim Black, Lerone Bennett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 980 Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 981 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 982 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 983 Timuel Black, Homer Franklin (president of Olive-Harvey College), “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 984 Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 985 Renault Robinson and Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 986 David Orr, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 987 Timuel and Zenobia Black, David Orr, Danny Davis, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 988 Lerone Bennett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 989 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 990 William Cousins, Lerone Bennett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 991 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 992 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 993 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 994 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 995 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 996 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 997 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 998 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 999 Lawrence Kennon, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 208 1000 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1001 Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1002 Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1003 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1004 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1005 Studs Terkel, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1006 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1007 Studs Terkel, Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1008 Josie Childs, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1009 Buzz Palmer, Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1010 A. Philip Randolph and Timuel Black, Negro American Labor Council (NALC) Convention, Chicago, ca. 1961
Box 209 1011 Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Timuel Black, ca. 1965
Box 209 1012 Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Timuel Black, ca. 1965
Box 209 1013 Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Timuel Black, ca. 1965
Box 209 1014 John Conyers and Timuel Black, 1965
Box 209 1015 Jesse Brown (U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs), Timuel and Zenobia Black, ca. 1990s
Box 209 1016 Paul Robeson, 1950s
Box 209 1017 Timuel Kerrigan Black, [n.d.]
Box 209 1018 Ermetra Black-Thomas, [n.d.]
Box 209 1019 Timuel Black, Sr. and Mattie McConner Black, 1950s
Box 209 1021 In Oversize Box 216
Box 209 1022 Timuel Black&rsquos enlisted record and report of separation, 1945
Box 209 1023 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1024 Carol Moseley Braun and Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1025 Carol Moseley Braun and Timuel Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1026 Harold Pates (president of Kennedy-King College) and Homer Franklin (president of Olive-Harvey College), “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1027 Harold Pates (president of Kennedy-King College) and Homer Franklin (president of Olive-Harvey College), “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1028 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1029 William and Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 209 1030 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1031 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1032 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1033 Photo of brochure, Midwest Conference of Negro Voters “Call for a Conference,” Speakers List, March 11-13, 1960
Box 209 1034 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1035 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1036 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1037 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1038 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1039 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1040 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1041 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1042 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1043 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1044 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1045 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1046 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1047 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1048 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1049 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 209 1050 Timuel Black with Afro-German group in Germany, 1998
Box 210 1051 In Oversize Box 216
Box 210 1052 NAACP Rally: Chicago, Grant Park, 1963. Photo by Allen Koss
Box 210 1053 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1054 Gwen Washington with Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1055 Timuel Black and two unidentified men, [n.d.]
Box 210 1056 Rev. Jesse Jackson, ca. 1970
Box 210 1057 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1058 Timuel Black and Amina Dickerson, [n.d.]
Box 210 1059 Timuel Black and Police Superintendent Terry Hillard, [n.d.]
Box 210 1060 “The Old Bunch” group, ca. 1998
Box 210 1061 In Oversize Box 216
Box 210 1062 “The Old Bunch,” Old Country Buffet, 2000
Box 210 1063 “The Old Bunch,” Old Country Buffet, ca. 1998
Box 210 1064 Juanita Edwards Cowan and Sarah&rsquos grandson, [n.d.]
Box 210 1065 Photo of poster, Elect Timuel Black 4th Ward Alderman, ca. 1964
Box 210 1066 Juanita Edwards Cowan, Elizabeth Brown, Shannon and Weaver Rayford, Lucille Cunningham (artist), Burke School, [n.d.]
Box 210 1067 Rachelle King Burch, Naomi Young Armstrong, Juanita Edwards Cowan, ca. 1998
Box 210 1068 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1069 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1070 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1071 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1072 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1073 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1074 Joseph Rollins, [n.d.]
Box 210 1075 Joseph Rollins and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1076 Joseph Rollins and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1077 Joseph Rollins and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1078 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 210 1079 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1080 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1081 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1082 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1083 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1084 Timuel Black at Changing Worlds Benefit, 2005
Box 210 1085 Timuel Black with Afro-German Group in Germany, ca. 1990s
Box 210 1086 Ed Eisendrath, Timuel and Zenobia Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1087 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1088 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1089 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1090 Poster, “Educators for Harold Washington,” ca. 1983
Box 210 1091 Studs Terkel, Vernon Jarrett, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1092 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1093 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1094 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1095 Lerone Bennett, Ed Smith, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1096 Larry Kennon, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1097 “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1098 Jackie Grimshaw, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1099 Zenobia Johnson-Black, “A Black Man from Bronzeville,” Timuel Black Tribute, DuSable Museum, 4/24/1994
Box 210 1100 Timuel Black and Albion College students, November 1999
Box 211 1101 Michelle Boone and Zenobia Johnson-Black, ca. 2008
Box 211 1102 Michelle Boone and Zenobia Johnson-Black, ca. 2008
Box 211 1103 Timuel Black and John Stroger, ca. 2004
Box 211 1104 Mayor Richard M. Daley and Timuel Black, Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame, 2005
Box 211 1105 Timuel Black and (?), [n.d.]
Box 211 1106 Photo of newspaper clipping, “March on Washington - National heads meeting in Chicago,” 1941. (Included are Eugene Shands, Ethel Payne, J.L. Williams, Alrich Turner, Charles Burton, Rev. Paul Turner, C. Lawrence Dellums, Thelma Thomas, B.F. McLauren, A. Philip Randolph and E. Pauline Myers)
Box 211 1107 “The Old Bunch,” Old Country Buffet, 2000
Box 211 1108 Mayor Harold Washington and Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 211 1109 Timuel D Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1110 Timuel D Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1111 Timuel Black and Valerie Browne, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1112 Timuel D. Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1113 Timuel Black and Kenneth Dunkin, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1114 Timuel Black and Kenneth Dunkin, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1115 Timuel Black and Kenneth Dunkin, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1116 Michael Flug, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1117 Timuel Black and Hermene Hartman, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1118 Timuel Black and Hermene Hartman, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1119 Timuel Black and Michael Flug, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1120 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1121 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1122 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1123 Adam Green, Robert Miller and Brenda McGlohon, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1124 Clarice Durham, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1125 Hermene Hartman and Clarice Durham, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1126 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1127 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1128 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1129 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1130 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1131 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1132 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1133 Veyshon Edmond, Renee Goston and Tammy Hampton, “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1134 Lucinda Samuel, “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1135 Beverly Cook, Michael Flug, Lucinda Samuel and Tammy Hampton, “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1136 Veyshon Edmond and Tammy Hampton, “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1137 Tammy Hampton, Renee Goston, Michael Baker, Veyshon Edmond, “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1138 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1139 Timuel Black and Alice Fugay, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1140 Timuel Black and Alice Fugay, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, Chicago, November 11, 2005
Box 211 1141 Fred Hampton, Black Panther Party, 1968
Box 211 1142 DuSable High School Hi-Jinks, 1936
Box 211 1143 Clarice Durham, 1937
Box 211 1144 Maurice Anderson, 1937
Box 211 1145 Timuel Black, 1937
Box 211 1146 Joseph Rollins, 1937
Box 211 1147 Margaret Burroughs, DuSable High School, 1957
Box 211 1148 Timuel Black, DuSable High School, 1957
Box 211 1149 Timuel Black and the International Relations Club, Hyde Park High School, 1963
Box 211 1150 William Daniels, “King” of Senior Prom, DuSable High School, 1958
Box 212 1151 Timuel Black, at Roosevelt High School, Gary, IN, 1955
Box 212 1152 Laura Washington, Zenobia Johnson-Black, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 212 1153 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1154 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1155 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1156 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1157 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1158 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1159 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1160 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1161 In Oversize Box 216
Box 212 1162 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 212 1163 Peggy Montes, Toni Preckwinkle, Esther Barnett and Timuel Black at Bronzeville Merchants Association, 2009
Box 212 1164 Leroy Kennedy, Ellanoyes Howard, Pearlie Taylor, Nathan Thompson, Esther Barnett, Timuel Black, Doshie Patterson, Albert Perry, John Woodson and Harold Lucas at the Bronzeville Merchants Association, 2009
Box 212 1165 Timuel Black at Bronzeville Visitor Center, 2009
Box 212 1166 Charles Hayes and John Stroger, ca. 1980s
Box 212 1167 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1168 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1169 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1170 Timuel Black and Glenn Humphreys at Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1171 James McKinley Scott (Mayor of Bronzeville, 1944-45), [n.d.]
Box 212 1172 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1173 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1174 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1175 Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1176 Timuel Black at Harold Washington birthday celebration, 2006
Box 212 1177 Timuel Black and Russell Lewis, Chicago History Museum award ceremony, 2006
Box 212 1178 Timuel Black and other recipients at Chicago History Museum award ceremony, 2006
Box 212 1179 Timuel Black, [n.d.]
Box 212 1180 Mayor Richard M. Daley, Timuel Black, Michael Scott, Dorothy Tillman, ca. 2007
Box 212 1181 Charles and Chuck, [n.d.] [Not yet identified]
Box 212 1182 Danny Davis, Timuel Black and Henry English, Black United Fund of Illinois, 2008
Box 212 1183 Danny Davis, Timuel Black and Henry English, Black United Fund of Illinois, 2008
Box 212 1184 Timuel Black, Black United Fund of Illinois, 2008
Box 212 1185 Timuel Black, Black United Fund of Illinois, 2008
Box 212 1186 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2000
Box 212 1187 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2000
Box 212 1188 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2001
Box 212 1189 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2001
Box 212 1190 Principles Overnight Adventure, 2001
Box 212 1191 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2005
Box 212 1192 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2005
Box 212 1193 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2005
Box 212 1194 “100 Black Men” event to educate youth, 2005
Box 212 1195 Timuel Black at Mexican Fine Arts Museum, 2006
Box 212 1196 Timuel Black and Izola White, [n.d.]
Box 212 1197 Riyanina Gray, Alex and Norma Poinsett, 2006
Box 212 1198 Timuel Black at church dinner, 2006
Box 212 1199 Timuel Black at church dinner, 2006
Box 213 1200 [Number not utilized]
Box 213 1201 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1202 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1203 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1204 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1205 Program copy for “A Man for All Seasons,” 1989 and “A Man from Bronzeville,” 1994
Box 213 1206 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1207 [Not yet identified]
Box 213 1208 [Not yet identified]
Box 213 1209 [Not yet identified]
Box 213 1210 [Not yet identified]
Box 213 1211 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1212 Zenobia Johnson-Black and Josie Childs, [n.d.]
Box 213 1213 Timuel Black at ETA gala event, [n.d.]. Photo by S. Brandi Barnes
Box 213 1214 Joe Louis, ca. 1943
Box 213 1215 Fred Hampton, at desk, 1968
Box 213 1216 Telegram from Timuel Black to Mayor Richard J. Daley, 1964
Box 213 1217 Bob Lucas, 1969
Box 213 1218 Bob Lucas, in Englewood, ca.1963
Box 213 1219 In Oversize Box 216
Box 213 1220 Bob Lucas, 1972
Box 213 1221 Evelyn Stewart, Wanda Bridgeforth, Timuel Black and Alfred Woods at Chicago Public Library Hall Branch dedication as Literary Landmark, 2000
Box 213 1222 Wanda Bridgeforth and Timuel Black at Chicago Public Library Hall Branch dedication as Literary Landmark, 2000
Box 213 1223 Timuel Black at Chicago Public Library Hall Branch dedication as Literary Landmark, 2000
Box 213 1224 Timuel Black, ca. 2000s
Box 213 1225 Timuel Black, Sr., Walter K. Black and Timuel D. Black, ca. 1971
Box 213 1226 Timuel Black, Sr. and members of Black and Forney families, ca. 1971
Box 213 1227 Timuel D. Black, 1970s
Box 213 1228 Walter K. Black, [n.d.] [reprint, 1999]
Box 213 1229 Black family ancestors, ca. 1940 (negatives only)
Box 213 1230 Walter K. Black, 1940 [reprint]
Box 213 1231 [Not yet identified]
Box 213 1232 Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca. 1988
Box 213 1233 Timuel Kerrigan Black in Switzerland, 1983
Box 213 1234 “A Musical Evening,” in honor of Timuel Kerrigan Black, 1994
Box 213 1235 Ermetra A. Black and unidentified person, ca.1970s
Box 213 1236 Ermetra A. Black and unidentified person, ca.1970s
Box 213 1237 Ermetra A. Black (at desk) and unidentified person, ca.1970s
Box 213 1238 Ermetra A. Black (at desk) and unidentified person, ca.1970s
Box 213 1239 Desk of Ermetra A. Black, and unidentified person, ca.1970s
Box 213 1240 Tyson Lehman, 1998
Box 213 1241 University of Illinois at Chicago: view from Bowman Center, ca. 1980s. Photo sent by Mary Herrick
Box 213 1242 Timuel D. Black and the Sisters of St. Joseph at anti-racism lecture, 2009
Box 213 1243 Timuel D. Black and the Sisters of St. Joseph at anti-racism lecture, 2009
Box 213 1244 Timuel D. Black and the Sisters of St. Joseph at anti-racism lecture, 2009
Box 213 1245 Timuel D. Black, Teri Gonzalez-Lowry and the Sisters of St. Joseph, 2009
Box 213 1246 Timuel Black with Small Schools Workshop group, ca. 1990s
Box 213 1247 Milton Herst, 85th birthday, 2004
Box 213 1248 Timuel D. Black at Fremd High School “Writers Week,” 2004
Box 213 1249 Charles H. Walters&rsquo home, Houston, TX, 1994. Photo by Kay Davis
Box 213 1250 Charles H. Walters&rsquo home, Houston, TX, 1994. Photo by Kay Davis
Box 213 1251 Henry Clay Oak historical marker, [n.d.]
Box 213 1252 John Hope Franklin and Timuel D. Black, 2006
Box 213 1253 Americans for Democratic Action Convention, 2005
Box 213 1254 Pollard exhibit at West Ridge Historical Society, Chicago, 1995
Box 213 1255 Pollard exhibit at West Ridge Historical Society, Chicago, 1995
Box 213 1256 Dr. Nomonde Ba Mabuya and family, South Africa, ca. 2008
Box 213 1257 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1258 Emily Stessman and Bill Multack at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1259 Merry Selk and Bill Multake at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1260 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1261 Pam and Joel Neusberg at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1262 Merry Selk and Barak Rosenshine at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1263 Al Frankenburger at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1264 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1265 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1266 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1267 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1268 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1269 David Moore, Lynda Hoffman and Carey Horwitz at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1270 Sue Morgenthau and Paula Engle at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1271 Barbara Engle and Merry Selk at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1272 Carol Baron, Lynda Sheridan and A. Drazmin at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1273 Liz Preskill and Steve Shufro at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1274 Bob and Pam Fisher at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1275 Mariniello family at Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1276 Hyde Park High School Reunion (Class of 1963), 2000
Box 213 1277 Unidentified wedding photograph, ca. 1980s
Box 213 1278 Unidentified wedding photograph, ca. 1980s
Box 213 1279 Unidentified wedding photograph, ca. 1980s
Box 213 1280 Unidentified wedding photograph, ca. 1980s
Box 213 1281 Unidentified wedding photograph, ca. 1980s
Box 214 1282 Ermetra Adair Black with Santa Claus, 1952
Box 214 1283 Timuel D. Black and Jeanne Gabor at Crusade of Mercy, ca. 1970s
Box 214 1284 Conchita, autographed, [n.d.]. Photo by Garbo.
Box 214 1285 Artie and Mary Brooks, [n.d.]
Box 214 1286 Artie and Mary Brooks, [n.d.]
Box 214 1287 Tony Smith on drums, autographed, [n.d.]
Box 214 1288 Wayne Newton and brother, autographed, 1950s
Box 214 1289 James “Sunny” Portis, autographed to Ada and Bess Holmes, 1946
Box 214 1290 Unidentified man with trumpet, [n.d.]
Box 214 1291 Ada&rsquos Lounge club scene, 1950s
Box 214 1292 Order of Eastern Star grouping of Chicago area members, ca.1979
Box 214 1293 Timuel D. Black, Diane Pinderhughes, students and “old-timers” at Saturday morning breakfast group, Izola&rsquos, 2007
Box 214 1294 Timuel Black in South Africa, 1998
Box 214 1295 Timuel Black in South Africa, 1998
Box 214 1296 Michelle Obama and Timuel D. Black, ca. 2000s
Box 214 1297 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1298 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1299 In Oversize Box 216
Box 214 1300 Timuel and Zenobia Black, Carol Moseley Braun at Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1301 Rev. B. Herbert Martin and Carol Moseley Braun at Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1302 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1303 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1304 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1305 Zenobia and Timuel Black at birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1306 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1307 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1308 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1309 Timuel Black birthday party, ca. 2001. Photo by June Patton
Box 214 1310 In Oversize Box 217
Box 214 1311 In Oversize Box 217
Box 214 1312 In Oversize Box 218
Box 214 1313 Harold Washington, Mary Smith, Jesse Jackson, ca. 1983. Photo by Myron Lane
Box 214 1314 In Oversize Box 216
Box 214 1315 In Oversize Box 218
Box 214 1316 In Oversize Box 218
Box 214 1317 [Number not utilized]
Box 214 1318 [Number not utilized]
Box 214 1319 [Number not utilized]
Box 214 1320 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996 (index prints)
Box 214 1321 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1322 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1323 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1324 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1325 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1326 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1327 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1328 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1329 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1330 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1331 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1332 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1333 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1334 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1335 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1336 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1337 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1338 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1339 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1340 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1341 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1342 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1343 Timuel Black at barbershop, 1996
Box 214 1344 Timuel Black at Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1345 Sylvia Fischer, Studs Terkel and Timuel Black, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1346 Sylvia Fischer, Studs Terkel, Cynthia Kobel and Timuel Black, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1347 Timuel Black and Milton Herst, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1348 Pat Quinn, Dr. Quentin Young, Jesse Jackson, Kwame Raoul, Timuel Black, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1349 Milton Herst, Dr. Quentin Young and Timuel Black, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 214 1350 Timuel Black and Milton Herst, Health and Medicine Policy Research 25th anniversary, 2006
Box 215 1351 Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1352 Timuel and Zenobia Black at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1353 Timuel and Zenobia Black at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1354 Gwen Washington at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1355 Gwen and Laura Washington at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1356 Timuel Black and Homer Franklin at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1357 Sasha Dalton and Mark Durham at Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1358 Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994 (negatives)
Box 215 1359 Vernon Jarrett, Laurel Stradford, Timuel Black and Carolyn Blackwell, Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1360 Vernon Jarrett and Timuel Black, Timuel Black&rsquos birthday party, 1994
Box 215 1361 Timuel Black and Midwest Workers Association group shot, 2008
Box 215 1362 Timuel Black, 2003
Box 215 1363 Alton Moman and Timuel Black, 2005
Box 215 1364 William Moss, ? and Timuel Black, 2004
Box 215 1365 William Moss&rsquo 84th birthday celebration, 2004
Box 215 1366 Timuel and Zeonbia Black, [n.d.]
Box 215 1367 Timuel Black and Mike Roach at Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, 2008
Box 215 1368 Timuel Black at Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, 2008
Box 215 1369 Timuel Black at Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, 2008
Box 215 1370 Timuel Black and Cornelia Grumman at Studs Terkel Community Media Awards, 2008
Box 215 1371 Timuel Black and Veyshon Edmond at Chicago Public Library Coleman Branch, 2008
Box 215 1372 Timuel Black at Chicago Public Library Coleman Branch, 2008
Box 215 1373 Conrad Worrill, Sophia Hall and Timuel Black at Cook County Bar Association forum, 2004
Box 215 1374 Timuel Black at Cook County Bar Association forum, 2004
Box 215 1375 Timuel Black, 2006
Box 215 1376 Lionel Smith and Timuel Black, 2006
Box 215 1377 Wanda Bridgeforth and Timuel Black, 2005
Box 215 1378 John Hope Franklin at John Hope Franklin seminar, 2006
Box 215 1379 John Hope Franklin seminar audience, 2006
Box 215 1380 Timuel Black and Katrina Riley at John Hope Franklin seminar, 2006
Box 215 1381 Timuel Black and Sasha Dolton, 2004
Box 215 1382 Timuel and Zenobia Black, 2004
Box 215 1383 Timuel and Zenobia Black dancing, 2004
Box 215 1384 Timuel and Zenobia Black dancing, 2004
Box 215 1385 Timuel and Zenobia Black, 2004
Box 215 1386 Zenobia Johnson-Black birthday party, 2004
Box 215 1387 Captain Hard Times reunion of 47th Street gang, 2005
Box 215 1388 Timuel Black and Dorothy Brown at Alice Tregay&rsquos birthday party, 2005
Box 215 1389 Alexander Polikoff, Timuel Black, Highland Park Public Library panel, 2007
Box 215 1390 Alexander Polikoff, Timuel Black, Highland Park Public Library panel, 2007
Box 215 1391 Highland Park Public Library panel, 2007
Box 215 1392 Alexander Polikoff, Timuel Black and Paul Fischer, Highland Park Public Library panel, 2007
Box 215 1393 Walter Black, ca. 1940s
Box 215 1394 Timuel Black, Charles Rangel, Zenobia Johnson-Black, [n.d.]
Box 215 1395 Timuel Black, Addie and Claude Wyatt, Zenobia Johnson-Black, Willie Barrow and Danny Davis, Groundbreaking ceremony for Charles Hayes Center, ca. 1984
Box 215 1396 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1397 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1398 Jesse Jackson, Timuel Black and Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1399 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1400 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1401 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1402 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit jazz band, 2005
Box 215 1403 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit jazz band, 2005
Box 215 1404 Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1405 Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1406 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1407 Leroy Bryant and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black: Seven Decades in…Struggle” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1408 Hermene Hartman, Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1409 Hermene Hartman at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1410 Jesse Jackson at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1411 Jesse Jackson, Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1412 Jesse Jackson at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1413 Jesse Jackson and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1414 Brenda McGlohon at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1415 Brenda McGlohon at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1416 Josie Childs at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1417 Josie Childs and Hermene Hartman at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1418 Josie Childs and Michael Flug at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1419 Josie Childs and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1420 Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1421 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1422 Robert Miller and Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1423 Michael Flug at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1424 Timuel Black and Michael Flug at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1425 Clarice Durham at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1426 Timuel Black and Clarice Durham at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1427 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1428 Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1429 Carol Adams and Susan Motley at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1430 Jesse Jackson, Timuel and Zenobia Black, and Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1431 Timuel Black and unidentified woman at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1432 Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1433 Timuel Black and Peggy Montes at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1434 Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1435 Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1436 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1437 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1438 Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1439 Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1440 Timuel and Zenobia Black, Juliana Richardson at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1441 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1442 Russell Lewis at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1443 Timuel Black and Russell Lewis at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1444 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1445 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1446 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1447 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1448 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1449 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1450 Charles Davis, Timuel Black and Rosalie Davis at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1451 Bill Grimshaw, Timuel Black and Lala Rogers at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1452 Timuel and Zenobia Black, Jesse Jackson at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1453 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1454 Zenobia Johnson-Black and Alicia Smith at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1455 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1456 “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1457 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1458 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1459 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1460 Timuel Black, “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1461 Timuel and Zenobia Black, Alicia Smith, Hermene Hartman at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1462 Jesse Jackson, Tim and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1463 Tim and Zenobia Black, Jesse Jackson and Leroy Bryant at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1464 Valerie Brown and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1465 Georgia Jordan and Donyel Williams at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1466 Valerie Lowery, Michael Baker, Donna Morris at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1467 Talmadge Milan at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1468 State Representative Kenneth Dunkin at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1469 State Representative Kenneth Dunkin at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1470 State Representative Kenneth Dunkin and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1471 Timuel Black and Christopher Reed at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1472 Laura Washington, Timuel Black and Gwen Washington at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1473 Alicia Smith and Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1474 Robert Starks, Timuel Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Box 215 1475 Robert Starks, Timuel and Zenobia Black at “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights” exhibit, 2005
Photographs – Oversized
Includes exhibit blow-ups from “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: Seven Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights,” 2005 (original documents filed in proper series); other original documents from various series as indicated, numbered
Box 216 040 Timuel Black, portrait, 1990s
Box 216 049 Parkway Ballroom, 1940s
Box 216 050 Boy Scout Troop #3548, Michigan Blvd. Apartments (“Rosenwald”), 4/28/1931
Box 216 117 Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Team, 1930-1931
Box 216 177 Evelyn (?), signed “to my dear Aunt.” Photo by Root Studio, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 216 178 Chicago Children&rsquos Choir Alumni for the Christopher Moore Memorial Concert, 2003. Photo by Tom Killoran Photography
Box 216 179 “Lunch Bunch” 70 years or more of friendship, ca. 2000
Box 216 180 Cousin from Birmingham, [n.d.]. Photo by Electric Studio, Chicago
Box 216 181 Ronald Colston, [n.d.]
Box 216 316 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 317 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 318 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 319 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 320 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 321 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 322 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 323 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 324 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers Newsletter, 2002
Box 216 345 Clipping, Fred Hampton, 1981
Box 216 377 Dan Gaines (sponsor) and the Trojans Basketball Team at Gaines Ford dealership, late 1930s
Box 216 378 Members of Harlem Globetrotters and New York Rens Basketball Team at Rhum boogie nightclub, ca. 1940s
Box 216 451 James Farmer (CORE), 1978
Box 216 452 Flyer, “Chicago League of Negro Voters Call to Conference,” 1960
Box 216 453 Flyer, “March for Freedom Now,” 1960
Box 216 454 Flyer, “Non-Partisan Conference of Negro Voters,” 1958
Box 216 455 Clipping, “A Night to Remember, 1937,” Chicago Sun-Times , 1999
Box 216 456 Flyer, “Tim Black for State Representative,” ca. 1980
Box 216 457 Flyer, “Why you should join NALC,” 1960-61
Box 216 458 Correspondence, Chicago NALC, A. Phillip Randolph with first officers, 1960
Box 216 459 Flyer, “Protest at the Polls,” 1963
Box 216 460 Memo, “Urgent!” from Al Raby (CCCO), 1964
Box 216 461 Flyer, “Why We March” (CCCO), 1965
Box 216 462 Flyer, “Join the School Boycott (CCCO),” 1963
Box 216 463 Flyer, Mayor Washington&rsquos “Favorite Son” slate, 1984
Box 216 499 Timuel Black, portrait, ca. 1963
Box 216 500 “Reveille with Beverly,” 1943 (Duke Ellington) Band, with “Ellington 90” program/mounting
Box 216 1021 Tim Black&rsquos Honorable Discharge, Army, 1945
Box 216 1051 Clipping, “Meeting the voter registration deadline,” Chicago Defender , 1982
Box 216 1061 Flyer, “What&rsquos the Gripe?” (Negro bricklayers&rsquo protest), 1964
Box 216 1153 “Celebration of the Life of Lu Palmer,” 2004
Box 216 1154 Clipping, “Firing of Tim Black from City Colleges,” 1973
Box 216 1155 Serial cover, SADTU (South African Democratic Teachers Union) Western Cape Bulletin, 1993
Box 216 1156 Clipping, “Saving Memories of Black Chicago,” 2003
Box 216 1157 Clipping, N&rsquoDigo Special Issue on Timuel Black, 2003
Box 216 1158 Timuel Black&rsquos parents, 1950s
Box 216 1159 Serial, Black X-Press, 1973
Box 216 1160 Document, Life Insurance Policy for Timuel Black, Supreme Life and Liberty Life Insurance Company, 1939
Box 216 1161 Ermetra A. Black and Timuel Kerrigan Black, ca.1953
Box 216 1201 Agenda, American Jewish Committee, 2004
Box 216 1202 Document, Committee for the Fund for Milton Cohen vs. House Un-American Activities Committee, 1965
Box 216 1203 Document, Chicago Committee to Defend Bill of Rights, 1975
Box 216 1204 Harold Washington, [n.d.]
Box 216 1206 Clipping, “Educator Tim Black Displayed Initiative,” Chicago Sun-Times , 1994
Box 216 1211 Clipping, “Black feted by many…,” Chicago Defender , 1989
Box 216 1219 DuSable High School, 1937 Commencement Program
Box 216 1299 Timuel D. Black with DuSable High School Alumni Coalition Life Time Achievement Award, 2007
Box 216 1314 Wendell Phillips High School, Sophomore and Junior Classes, from Wonder Book 1927
Box 217 1310 Clipping, “A Night to Remember,” ca. 1937, Chicago Sun-Times , 1999
Box 217 1311 Clipping, “The Daley Grind,” ca. 1963, Chicago Sun-Times , 1999
Box 218 1312 Timuel D. Black, Jr., framed photo by Art Shay
Box 218 1315 Timuel Kerrigan Black, framed photo, ca. 1990
 
Series 12: Awards and Plaques
Timuel Black Plaques, 1963-2010
Box 219 1 African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, 2003-2004
Box 219 2 Ameen Muhammad, 2002
Box 219 3 Black Faculty & Staff of Harold Washington College, 1989
Box 219 4 Black Faculty in Higher Education, 1979
Box 219 5 Black Physicians Association of Cook County Hospital, 1979
Box 219 6 Black United Fund of Illinois, Inc., 2008
Box 219 7 C.C.U.P., 1986
Box 219 8 Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition (by Charles A. Hayes), 1989
Box 219 9 Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition (by Gus Savage), 1989
Box 219 10 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, 1978
Box 220 1 Chicago Friends of the Amistad Research Center, 1999
Box 220 2 Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Inc., 2008
Box 220 3 Chicago Magazine, 2008
Box 220 4 Chicago Urban League, 1986
Box 220 5 Citizens Action Illinois, 2009
Box 220 6 Community Mental Health Council, Inc., 1995
Box 220 7 Congressman Danny K. Davis 7th Congressional District Educational Task Force Black History Living Legends Award, 2009
Box 220 8 DHW Preparatory School, 2010
Box 220 9 DuSable High School Alumni Coalition, 2003
Box 220 10 DuSable High School Alumni Coalition, 2007 (See also Box 216/1299 for photograph)
Box 220 11 DuSable High School Hall of Fame, 1985
Box 220 12 DuSable High School Preparatory School, 2010
Box 220 13 Englewood High School, 2003
Box 220 14 God First Ministries, 2005
Box 220 15 Harambee Drug Abuse Program, [n.d.]
Box 221 1 Harold Washington College, 1988
Box 221 2 History Class, 1966
Box 221 3 Hyde Park High School class of 1966
Box 221 4 Illinois Judicial Council, 1999
Box 221 5 Illinois State Historical Society, 2007
Box 221 6 Institute for Athletics & Education, 1989
Box 221 7 International House of Blues Foundation, 1998
Box 221 8 Kozminski Academy, 2008
Box 221 9 Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, 2000
Box 221 10 Lu Palmer Foundation Women&rsquos Auxiliary, 1980
Box 221 11 Mary Herrick Scholarship Fund, 1991
Box 221 12 National Association of Health Services Executives, 1978
Box 221 13 National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 1997
Box 221 14 New Phillips/DuSable Alumni 35-39ers, 1984
Box 221 15 Olive-Harvey College, 1989
Box 222 1 Teachers for Integrated Schools, 1963
Box 222 2 The Loop Connection, 1991
Box 222 3 Southside Partnership Community Service Award, 1999
Box 222 4 United Way of Chicago, 1982
Box 222 5 Westside Health Planning Organization, 1975
Box 222 6 Who&rsquos Who in Black Chicago (inaugural edition), [n.d.]
Box 222 7 Who&rsquos Who in Black Chicago (2nd edition), [n.d.]
Oversized Plaques
Box 223 1 Fred Hampton Community College of Law/National Conference of Black Lawyers, 1976
Box 223 2 Friends of Black Committee, 1978
Box 223 3 Tilden Tech Alumni Association, 1976 (note: awarded to Walter Black)
Awards/Certificates
Box 224 1 AARP American Spirit Award, 2003
Box 224 2 Black History Month Committee-BHM Award Berlin, 1999
Box 224 3 Chicago Historical Society – Teen Council – Honorary Teen Council Member, 2004
Box 224 4 Chicago Jazz and Heritage Program – Beltway to Bronzeville, 1999
Box 224 5 Chicago Public Schools – French Day House, 1966
Box 224 6 Chicago Public Schools – Hirsch High, 1982
Box 224 7 Chicago School Watch – Certificate, 1989
Box 224 8 Chicago State University – Upward Bounty Program Award, 2008
Box 224 9 Chicago Youth Center – Elliott Donnelley Youth Center Award, [n.d.]
Box 224 10 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists – Certificate, 1994
Box 224 11 Coalition of Black Trade Unionists – Certificate, 2004
Box 224 12 Community Renewal Society – Certificate, 1996
Box 224 13 Crepuscule – Honoring Our Elders, 2003
Box 224 14 Crusade of Mercy – Citation, 1973
Box 224 15 Debs-Thomas-Harrington Annual Dinner – Debs-Thomas-Harrington Award, 2009
Box 224 16 DuSable Transition Advisory Council – Certificate, 2005
Box 224 17 Englewood Comm. Cultural Planning Council – African American Sub-Committee Certificate, 2007
Box 224 18 ETA Certificate Arts Foundations, Inc. – Award, 2004
Box 224 19 Follow Through – Certificate, 1982
Box 224 20 Forty Nine Hundred Drexel Corp. – Certificate, 2004
Box 224 21 Gay Men&rsquos Health Crisis – Certificate, 2004
Box 224 22 Harold Washington College, 1988
Box 224 23 Harold Washington College Black Women&rsquos Caucus, 1992
Box 224 24 [Number not utilized]
Box 224 25 Help Hospitalized Veterans Organization – Donor of the Year Award, 2006
Box 224 26 Illinois State Historical Society – Lifetime Achievement Award, 2004
Box 224 27 Illinois State Historical Society – Bridges of Memory “Chicago First Wave of Black Migration,” 2004
Box 224 28 Independent Voters of Illinois – IPO – Saul Mendelson Social Justice Award, 2008
Box 224 29 Jewish Labor Committee, 1967
Box 224 30 Kozminski Academy, 2001
Box 224 31 Leadership Circle- Recognition of Enrollment, [n.d.]
Box 224 32 Malcolm X Black Hand Society of the World – Malcolm X
Box 224 33 Loop College (now Harold Washington College): Most Outstanding Instructor, 1984
Box 224 34 Martin Luther King Community Center – Certificate, 1991
Box 224 35 Mayor Harold Washington – Birthday Greetings, 1983
Box 224 36 Metropolitan Community Church – Citation, 1980
Box 224 37 NAACP- Legal Defense and Education Fund – Certificate, [n.d.]
Box 224 38 NAACP- Certificate of Recognition, 2004
Box 224 39 North Central Association – Visiting Committee Member, [n.d.]
Box 224 40 Overseas Americans Remember, 2010
Box 224 41 Phillips Academy School Network Charette – History of Bronzeville After School Program – Teacher Service, 1999
Box 224 42 Proclamation – Illinois House of Representatives, 1999
Box 224 43 Proclamation – Illinois Representative Elga L. Jefferies, [n.d.]
Box 224 44 Proclamation – Illinois Representative Barbara Flynn Currie, 1989
Box 224 45 Proclamation – Illinois Representative Barbara Flynn Currie, 2009
Box 224 46 Proclamation – Mayor Richard M. Daley, 1994
Box 224 47 Proclamation – Acting Mayor Eugene Sawyer, 1989
Box 224 48 Quarter Century Kappas of Chicago – Award, 2004
Box 224 49 Railroad Retirement Board – African American History Month Commemorative Program, 1997
Box 224 50 Resolution from City Council of the City of Chicago, 2006
Box 225 1 Roosevelt University – St. Clair Drake Center for African American Studies – Member of Research Circle, 1998
Box 225 2 Rudy Lozano Leadership Academy – Community Historian & Activist, 2006
Box 225 3 Senior Citizens Advisory Council – Certificate, 1992-1994
Box 225 4 Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church – Certificate, 1998
Box 225 5 Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church – The Sankofa Award, 2006
Box 225 6 Smithsonian Institution – Contributing Membership, [n.d.]
Box 225 7 Smithsonian Institution – Certification, [n.d.]
Box 225 8 Social Security Administration – Region V – Participation in MLK Program, 2009
Box 225 9 Special Olympics Partner – Certificate, 2009
Box 225 10 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum – Certificate – Charter Member, 2000
Box 225 11 University of Chicago Alumni Association – Public Service Citation, 1999
Box 225 12 University of Chicago Alumni Association – Public Service Citation, [n.d.]
Box 225 13 U. S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Census – Meritorious Service, 1989
Box 225 14 Urban Life Center – First Voices Humanitarian Award, 2004
Box 225 15 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States – Certificate, 2007
Box 225 16 Harsh Society Commemorative Tribute to Timuel D. Black, 2005
Awards & Certificates (Oversized)
Box 226 1 Changing Worlds – Connecting Cultures Award, 2005
Box 226 2 Chicago Black United Communities – Black Respect Day Award, 1983
Box 226 3 Chicago Commission on Human Relations – Advisory Council on African Affairs, 2009
Box 226 4 Chicago Historical Society – John Hope Franklin History Maker Award, 2006
Box 227 1 Hyde Park Historical Society, [n.d.]
Box 227 2 Illinois State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka Certificate of Appreciation [for African American History Month], 2004
Box 227 3 Illinois Statewide Health Coordinating Council Commission to…, 1976
Box 227 4 Independent Voters of Illinois Award, 1963
Box 227 5 U.S. Air Force Academy and ROTC Designation as Honorary Admissions Liaison Officer, [n.d.]
Box 227 6 U.S. Selective Service [Appointment to] Illinois Local Board #831, 1972
Awards and Certificates (Oversized poster box)
Box 228 1 Chicago Conference for Brother Hood, Inc., 1978
Box 228 2 Proclamation – Illinois Governor Jim Edgar, 1994
Box 229 1 Barack Obama [Birthday Greeting], 2008
Box 229 2 Barack Obama [Poster with Birthday Greeting], 2008
Box 229 3 Jazz Institute of Chicago [photo of Mayor Harold Washington], [n.d.]
Box 229 4 Teen Living (?) (signed poster sized card), [n.d.]
 
Series 13: Memorabilia, 1930-2008
Box 230 1 Banner. “Man for All Seasons,” ca. 1989
Box 230 2 Sweatshirt. “Passing the Baton – Faith Community of St. Sabina,” [n.d]
Box 230 3 T-shirt. “Follow That Dream: Chicago” (H. Washington), ca. 1987
Box 230 4 Conference Bag. 13th Annual Duke Ellington International Conference, May 1995
Box 230 5 Conference Bag. Duke Ellington &rsquo94/Stockholm
Box 230 6 Apron. “Carol Moseley Braun for U.S. Senate,” [n.d.]
Box 230 7 Cap. “Bronzeville,” [n.d.]
Box 230 8 Textile. African scarf presented by 6th Grace Presbyterian Church (Ghana kente cloth), February 1998
Box 230 9 Pot Holder. “Re-elect John Stroger Punch 29,” [n.d.]
Box 231 10 Wooden Award. “#1,” [n.d.]
Box 231 11 Crystal Award. “Roosevelt University Confers the Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters,” December 2008
Box 231 12 Acrylic Award: Service Award, Chicago Chapter CBTU, April 1999
Box 231 13 Glass [Book] Award. “Civil Liberties Award, CCDBR,” October 1966
Box 231 14 Acrylic Award. “Cong. Charles A Hayes…Chicago Chapter CBTU,” April 2003
Box 231 15 Acrylic Clock. Diamonds of Donnelly, 2001
Box 231 16 Black Metal Statue [by Jack Precio]. History Makers “Timuel Black Education Maker,” 2000
Box 231 17 Wooden Sankofa [bird] Award – Williams Multiplex, 2005
Box 231 18 Acrylic Award. Kennedy-King College: “Distinguished Educator Award,” 2004
Box 231 19 Acrylic Award. Great Black Music Project Recognition Award, 2006
Box 231 20 Wood and Crystal Award. Frog Club – “Harold Thompson Community Service Award,” 2004
Box 231 21 Notebook: Wendell Phillips High School Centennial, 2003
Box 231 22 Mug. Honor America&rsquos Disabled Veterans, [n.d.]
Box 232 23 Crystal Award. Mary Herrick Scholarship Fund&rsquos Folder 20th Anniversary Award, 1991
Box 232 24 Metal Plaque. Martin Luther King, 1929-1968
Box 232 25 Crystal Award. City Club of Chicago Gwendolyn Brooks Award, 2004
Box 232 26 Wooden Baseball. Negro League Baseball Museum, 1999
Box 232 27 Metal Award. DePaul University. “Barbara Sizemore Human Rights Education Award,” 2006
Box 232 28 Trophy. Trojan Van Club Appreciation Award, 2000
Box 232 29 Blue Acrylic Award. City of Chicago Department of Aging, “Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Luminary Sr Award,” 2005
Box 232 30 Plastic Goblet. DuSable High School, 1977
Box 232 31 Textile Hat with candles. “Time at 90”
Box 233 32 Plaque Holder. Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 2006
Box 233 33 Acrylic Plaque Award. Bishop Louis Henry Ford Memorial Humanitarian Award, 2005
Box 233 34 Wood and Wire Artifact by Felipe Baeza (Gallery 37), 2006
Box 234 35 Musical Note on Pedestal. Jazz Unites Award, 2008
Box 234 36 Police Baton. “Fred Rice/Superintendent of Police,” [n.d.]
Box 234 37 Ram&rsquos Horn. (Goat&rsquos horn) unidentified, [n.d.]
Box 234 38 Flag. Paper Puerto Rico flag on stick, [n.d.]
Box 235 39 Calendars. Various tributes
Box 235 40 Carved Bust [untitled, photo image only] Stephen Lawson, 1997 (Autographed)
Box 235 41 Election Campaign Stickers – Carol Moseley Braun Senatorial Campaign, [n.d.] (Autographed)
Box 235 42 Election Campaign Stickers – “Come Alive October 5!” [n.d.]
Box 235 43 Handbill. Caesar Collins Drive-In, advertising, [n.d.]
Box 235 44 Matted portrait and speech: Dr. ML King, Jr. National Memorial 2, [n.d.]
Box 235 45 Menu. U.S. House of Representatives, 1981
Box 235 46 Name Plate. “Timuel D. Black,” [n.d.]
Box 235 47 Newsclipping. “Hobson&rsquos Barber and Beauty Shop.” Illustration only. Mounted on construction paper, [n.d.]
Box 235 48 Photocopied photos. “Dyett Tribute, Washington Park, 2007”
Box 235 49 Poster. Negro Baseball Leagues, [n.d.]
Box 235 50 Posterboard photocopy. Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Speakers platform, unidentified, [n.d.]
Box 235 51 Print Portrait. Dorothy Carter, 1982
Box 235 52 Scrapbook, 1966-1979
Box 236 53 Graduation Announcement and appreciation. Hyde Park High School, 1964. (Lucile Vess)
Box 236 54 Guestbook. “A Black Man from Bronzeville” tribute to Timuel D. Black, April 24, 1994.
Box 236 55 Guestbook. Tribute to Renault Robinson, Afro-American Police League, June 25, 1982
Box 236 56 Guestbook. “A Man for All Seasons” tribute to Timuel D. Black, February 19, 1989
Box 236 57 Index Cards. Names and addresses. [n.d.] (Folder 200+)
Box 236 58 Memorial Guestbook. Walter Kerrigan Black funeral, August 28, 1999
Box 236 59 Postcards. Souvenir, Great Britain, 1960s
Box 236 60 Postcards. Provident Hospital, [n.d.] Duke Ellington in Chicago in 1964. (reproductions)
Box 236 81 Sketch. (To Tim…with thanks and love Michele), [n.d.]
Box 236 82 Sketch. (Uncle Sam wants you), 2006
Box 236 83 Sketch. “Usher Board” by Dorothy Carter, 1979
Box 236 84 Sketch. “Chicago Jazz Spots 1914-1928,” recopied, 1945
Box 236 85 Caricature drawing (subject and artist unknown), [n.d.]
Box 236 86 Award certificate to “Usama Ammar… Powell School, 1979”
Box 237 1 Beads (wood and plastic; red, green and black), [n.d.]
Box 237 2 Bookmarks.(commemorative)
Chicago Friends of Amistad Research Center, 2007
DuSable Alumni All-Classes benefit, 2003
Murray Language Academy, [n.d.]
Vivian G. Harsh Society
Yarmulke. 2nd Annual African American Jewish Sedar, 1999
Patch. Chicago NABSE, 1983
Box 237 3 DuSable “D” Basketball Letter with signatures, ca. 1930s
Box 237 4 Medallions.
“D/D 1995”
Project Image 1989
6th Grace Presbyterian Church for service, 1998
Box 237 5 Medals.
DuSable High School 45th Reunion Class of 1961 (2)
National World War II Museum, [n.d.]
Box 237 6 Miscellaneous objects with logo.
Box 237 7 Ballpoint pen. Coalition of Black Trade Unions, 1983
Box 237 8 Business cards
Box 237 9 Graduation cap tassel “04,” purple and silver [not identified]
Box 237 10 Timuel Black&rsquos IDs and business cards
Box 237 11 Jewelry. Awards for charity contributions
Box 237 12 Membership ID cards (Timuel Black)
Box 237 13 Jewelry. Misc. memberships, election items
Box 237 14 Military (Army) Insignia - Sgt. Timuel Black, 1943-1945
Box 237 15 Tickets and stubs, 1960s-2000
Box 237 16 Wooden rosary, [n.d.]
Box 237 17 Shopping bags with logos
Box 238   Various name tags from conferences and events that Timuel Black attended.
Box 239   79 campaign buttons from Timuel Black covering Chicago politics, elections, events, conferences, etc.
Box 240 1 Pocket calendar, September-December 1963; January-August 1964
Box 240 2 Pocket calendar, September-December 1964; January-June 1965
Box 240 3 Pocket calendar, September-December 1965; January-October 1966
Box 240 4 Pocket calendar, 1966
Box 240 5 Pocket calendar, September-December 1966; January-October 1967
Box 240 6 Pocket calendar, September-December 1967; January-July 1968
Box 240 7 Pocket calendar, 1968; January-February 1969
Box 240 8 Pocket calendar, 1969
Box 240 9 Pocket calendar, September-December 1969; 1970
Box 240 10 Pocket calendar, 1971
Box 240 11 Pocket calendar, September-December 1971; January-September 1972
Box 240 12 Pocket calendar, September-December 1972; January-September 1973
Box 240 13 Pocket calendar, September-December 1973; January-September 1974
Box 240 14 Pocket calendar, September-December 1974; January-December 1975
Box 240 15 Pocket calendar, January-December 1975
Box 240 16 Pocket calendar, 1976
Box 240 17 Pocket calendar, 1977; January 1978
Box 240 18 Pocket calendar, January-December 1978; January-December 1979
Box 240 19 Pocket calendar, January-December 1979
Box 240 20 Pocket calendar, January-December 1981
Box 240 21 Pocket calendar, January-December 1982; January-March 1983
Box 240 22 Pocket calendar, 1983
Box 240 23 Pocket calendar, 1986
Box 240 24 Pocket calendar, September-December 1986; January-December 1987
Box 240 25 Pocket calendar, September-December 1989; January-September 1990
Box 240 26 Pocket calendar, October-December 1989; 1990; January-March 1991
Box 240 27 Pocket calendar, 1992
Box 240 28 Address book, 1960s
Box 240 29 Cards, notes, etc. from card holder, 1961-1963
Box 240 30 [Number not utilized]
Box 240 31 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1964-1965
Box 240 32 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1965-1966
Box 240 33 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1967-1968
Box 240 34 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, January-December 1968
Box 240 35 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1973-1974
Box 240 36 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1975
Box 240 37 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1976
Box 240 38 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1977-1978
Box 240 39 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1978-1979
Box 240 40 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1979
Box 240 41 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1981
Box 240 42 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1982-1983
Box 240 43 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1983
Box 240 44 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1986
Box 240 45 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, September-December 1986; 1987
Box 240 46 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, September-December 1989; January-September 1990
Box 240 47 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, October-December 1989; January-December 1990; January-March 1991
Box 240 48 Cards, notes, etc. from pocket calendars, 1992
Box 241 49 Chicago Defender “Timuel D. Black, Jr.: 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award/Chicago Defender 2009 Newsmaker,” framed
Box 241 50 Placard/Sign, hand-lettered with multiple autographs, “Tim Black, We Love You/Perseverance [and] Integrity,” July 9,1979, by Earl Mosely
Box 241 51 Certificate (framed) – Walter K. Black admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court, 1967

Super Series 2: Children of Timuel D. Black
Inclusive Dates: 1964-2009

Ermetra A. Black (also known as Ermetra Black-Thomas)
Box 242 Folder 1 Ermetra Black resumes (1970s-1990s)
Box 242 Folder 2 Manuscripts, Ermetra Black, 1973-2009
Box 242 Folder 3 Correspondence, 1968-1976
Box 242 Folder 4 Correspondence, 1977-1979
Box 242 Folder 5 Correspondence, 1980-1996
Box 242 Folder 6 Correspondence, 1964-1974 (Bennington College)
Box 242 Folder 7 Correspondence, 1968-1973 (Northwestern University)
Box 242 Folder 8 Program, Commencement, Northwestern University, June 1979
Box 242 Folder 9 Program, Wedding of Ermetra Adair Black and Timothy Keith Murrell, May 27, 1978
 
Timuel Kerrigan Black
Series 1: Biography
Box 243 Folder 1 Autobiographies and biographies of Timuel Kerrigan Black, 1975-1993
Box 243 Folder 2 Awards, 1987-1991
Box 243 Folder 3 Biographical scrapbook of Timuel Kerrigan Black (TKB), created by Larry Cross, [n.d.]
Box 243 Folder 4 Birth certificate, death certificate, will of TKB, 1953-1993
Box 243 Folder 5 Genealogy of Black family
Box 243 Folder 6 IDs and passports of TKB, 1967-1993
Box 243 Folder 7 Memorial programs and obituaries of TKB, 1993-2003
Box 243 Folder 8 Memorial scrapbook of TKB, 1993 (photocopy)
Box 243 Folder 9 Resumes of TKB, 1978-1979
Box 243 Folder 10 Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship materials (Kozminski Academy), 1993-2000s
Biography – Education
Box 243 11 Elementary school activities, 1960s
Box 243 12 Kozminski Academy, ca. 1967
Box 243 13 Phillips Academy, Andover Black Caucus Journal, 1970
Box 243 14 Phillips Academy, coursework mss., 1968-1969
Box 243 15 Phillips Academy, diploma, 1971
Box 243 16 Phillips Academy, programs, 1969-1971
Box 243 17 Phillips Academy, rule book and catalog, 1967-1971
Box 243 18 Phillips Academy, 20th reunion, 1991
Box 244 1 Phillips Academy, Scrapbook, created by Larry Cross, 1967-1971 (1 of 4)
Box 244 2 Phillips Academy, Scrapbook, 1967-1971 (2 of 4)
Box 244 3 Phillips Academy, Scrapbook, 1967-1971 (3 of 4)
Box 244 4 Phillips Academy, Scrapbook, 1967-1971 (4 of 4)
Box 244 5 Phillips Academy Yearbook, “Potpourri,” 1971
Box 244 6 Stanford University, coursework notebook, 1970s
Box 244 7 Stanford University, coursework mss., 1971-1975
Box 245 1 Stanford University, creative writing course notebook, 1974-1975
Box 245 2 Stanford University, diploma, commencement program, 1975
Box 245 3 Stanford University, overseas campus program, 1973
Box 245 4 Stanford University, transcripts (incomplete) 1972-1974
Box 245 5 Stanford University Yearbook “Bring Your Own,” 1972-1973
Box 245 6 Stanford University Yearbook “Yes We Can,” 1973-1974
Box 245 7 University of California at Berkeley, Afro-American music course notebook, 1976
Box 245 8 University of California at Berkeley, “Afro-American Personal Naming Practices,” [n.d.]
Box 245 9 University of California at Berkeley, Anthropology folklore collection project, 1976
Box 245 10 University of California at Berkeley, course work notebook, 1976
Box 245 11 University of California at Berkeley, course work mss., 1977-1978
Box 245 12 University of California at Berkeley, diploma, M.A. in Folklore, 1979
Box 245 13 University of California at Berkeley, Ethnomusicology coursework, 1975-1977
Box 246 1 University of California at Berkeley, Folklore course notebook (1 of 2), 1970s
Box 246 2 University of California at Berkeley, Folklore course notebook (2 of 2), 1970s
Box 246 3 University of California at Berkeley, Folklore related information
Box 246 4 University of California at Berkeley, “The Grinning Black Mask,” mss., 1977
Box 246 5 University of California at Berkeley, M.A. thesis, “The Hope of a Song: An Interpretation of the Meaning of Blues and Spirituals,” 1979
Box 246 6 University of California at Berkeley notebook, 1976-1978
Box 246 7 University of California at Berkeley, TKB performance program, 1976
Biography – Employment
Box 246 8 Bay Area Singers Alliance, [n.d.]
Box 246 9 Chicago Children’s Choir, 1987-1990
Box 246 10 (draft) Notebook, [n.d.]
Box 247 1 Job Searches notebook, 1978-1979
Box 247 2 Music Services, 1989-90, [n.d.]
Box 247 3 Musicians (cards, lists), [n.d.]
Box 247 4 National Black Gay and Lesbian conference, 1991
Box 247 5 Other [musician] artists, [n.d.]
Box 247 6 Pablo Casals bio, chapter on “El Pessebre,” H.L. Kirk, 1974
Box 247 7 Performance spaces, 1980s
Box 247 8 Performances (programs, flyers, reviews, etc.), 1979-1993
Box 247 9 The Quintuplets group, ca.1987-1989
Box 247 10 “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: African American Spirituals and the Crisis of AIDS,” video materials, 1993-2001
Box 247 11 “Tryin’ to Get Home,” materials for video history of African American song, 1986
Box 247 12 “Two Sides,” cassette tape materials, 1983
Box 247 13 “The World That I See,” cassette tape materials, 1990
Box 247 14 Writings/drafts notebook, 1978-1980
Box 248 1 Employment contract, Cana Variety Agency, 1983
Box 248 2 Heebie Jeebie Music, misc. materials, 1990-1991, [n.d.]
Box 248 3 Newsclippings regarding Timuel Kerrigan Black, 1969-1992
Box 248 4 Writings of Timuel Kerrigan Black, 1979-1993 (some posthumously published)
Box 249   Timuel Kerrigan Black Diaries, 1971-1989
 
Series 2: Correspondence
Box 250 1 Correspondence, 1967-1968
Box 250 2 Correspondence, 1969
Box 250 3 Correspondence, 1970
Box 250 4 Correspondence, 1971-1974
Box 250 5 Correspondence, 1975-1977
Box 250 6 Correspondence, 1977-1978
Box 251 1 Correspondence, 1979-1982
Box 251 2 Correspondence, 1983-1989
Box 251 3 Correspondence, 1990
Box 251 4 Correspondence, 1991
Box 251 5 Correspondence, 1992-3/1993
Box 251 6 Correspondence, [n.d.]
Box 251 7 Correspondence: condolence cards, 1993-1994
Box 251 8 Correspondence from Larry Cross to Timuel D. Black, 1993-2006
 
Series 3: Audiovisual materials
Audiocassettes
Box 252 1 “The World That I See,” Kerrigan Black/Heebie Jeebie Music
Box 252 2 “Ya Gotta Know Somethin’ ’bout History,” Parts 1 & 2, and “Hold On to Your Dream,” Kerrigan Black/ Heebie Jeebie Music, 1991
Videocassettes
Box 252 3 “Goin’ to Chicago,” California Newsreel, 1994
Box 252 4 “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: African American Spirituals and the Crisis of AIDS,” Heebie Jeebie Music, 2000
Box 252 5 “Show #4: rough footage,” Kerrigan Black/Heebie Jeebie Music, 1992
LP Recordings (33 rpm)
Box 252 6 “Chicago Children’s Choir Sings for Children,” 1975-1976
Box 252 7 “The Mendicants of Stanford University” (with Kerrigan Black), 1975
 
Series 4: Memorabilia
Box 253 1 Calendar, designed and created by TKB with b/w photos, 1974
Box 253 2 Knife, wood carved, crocodile design, (artist unknown), [n.d.]
Box 253 3 Scroll/poster, “Twelve Wise Presidents,” by Kerrigan Black, with hand-lettered poem on parchment, 14”x 20”, 1988
Box 253 4 Tassel [from academic graduation cap], Kozminski Academy, blue and gold, 2006
Box 253 5 T-shirts (2), “Ya Gotta Know Somethin’ ’bout History! So That the World Isn’t Just a Mystery!” w/photo of TKB, [n.d.]
 
Series 5: Photographs
Box 254 TKB001 Timuel Kerrigan Black (TKB), ca.1954 (2 prints)
Box 254 TKB002 TKB in kindergarten class, Kozminski Academy, 1959
Box 254 TKB003 TKB in class, Kozminski Academy, 1960
Box 254 TKB004 TKB in class, Kozminski Academy, 1961
Box 254 TKB005 TKB in class, Kozminski Academy, 1962
Box 254 TKB006 TKB in class, Kozminski Academy, 1963
Box 254 TKB007 TKB, ca. 1965
Box 254 TKB008 TKB, 1960s (photo is torn)
Box 254 TKB009 TKB, 1960s
Box 254 TKB010 TKB, 1960s
Box 254 TKB011 TKB and Timuel D. Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB012 Ermetra Black and Timuel D. Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB013 TKB, 1970s
Box 254 TKB014 TKB, 1969-1970
Box 254 TKB015 TKB, 1970s
Box 254 TKB016 TKB (Stanford University Overseas Program), 1970s
Box 254 TKB017 TKB, 1980s
Box 254 TKB018 TKB with students, 1970s-1980s
Box 254 TKB019 TKB with students, 1970s-1980s
Box 254 TKB020 TKB Stanford University Chorus and Choir, 1972
Box 254 TKB021 TKB and Ermetra Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB022 Norisea Black, Timuel Black, TKB, Ermetra Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB023 Norisea Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB024 Norisea Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB025 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB026 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB027 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB028 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB029 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB030 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB031 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB032 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB033 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB034 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB035 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB036 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB037 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB038 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB039 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB040 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB041 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB042 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB043 TKB, 1976
Box 254 TKB044 Negatives—TKB025-TKB043
Box 254 TKB045 Proof sheets—TKB and (others not identified), ca. 1970s
Box 254 TKB046 Unidentified woman, ca. 1970s (2 prints)
Box 254 TKB047 Negatives—TKB and Ermetra Black, ca. 1953 (See also Box 211/1161)
Box 254 TKB048 TKB, Ermetra Black, Timuel D. Black, 1978
Box 254 TKB049 Ermetra A. Black and Timothy K. Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 254 TKB050 TKB, Timothy K. Murrell, (other unidentified wedding guests), 1978
Box 254 TKB051 Ermetra Black, 1960s-1970s
Box 254 TKB052 Timuel D. Black, 1970s
Box 254 TKB053 Mattie McConner Black, Timuel Dixon Black, Sr., 1920s
Box 254 TKB054 “Family photo of Black family,” 1990s
Box 254 TKB055 TKB at wedding of Diane Hellmer and Michael Ponder, 1978
Box 254 TKB056 Wedding service of Diane Hellmer and Michael Ponder, 1978
Box 254 TKB057 Larry Cross and TKB, [n.d.] (3 prints)
Box 254 TKB058 TKB, 1980s
Box 254 TKB059 TKB, 1970s
Box 254 TKB060 TKB with unidentified man, 1978
Box 254 TKB061 TKB with unidentified man, 1978
Box 254 TKB062 TKB with guitar, 1970s
Box 254 TKB063 TKB, 1970s
Box 254 TKB064 TKB with unidentified man, 1981
Box 254 TKB065 TKB with guitar, Christmas, 1980s
Box 254 TKB066 TKB, 1970s
Box 254 TKB067 TKB with unidentified man, 1970s
Box 254 TKB068 TKB with Larry Cross and unidentified, 1970s
Box 254 TKB069 TKB and Larry Cross, 1970s-1980s
Box 254 TKB070 TKB, 1980s
Box 254 TKB071 TKB performing, 1983
Box 254 TKB072 TKB performing, 1983
Box 254 TKB073 TKB performing, 1983
Box 254 TKB074 TKB performing, 1983
Box 254 TKB075 TKB in garden, 1980s
Box 254 TKB076 TKB in garden, 1980s
Box 254 TKB077 TKB, 1980s
Box 254 TKB078 TKB, 1980s
Box 254 TKB079 TKB in iris garden, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 254 TKB080 TKB in iris garden, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 254 TKB081 TKB and three unidentified men, 1980s-1993 (2 prints)
Box 254 TKB082 Unidentified canal with swan, [n.d.]
Box 254 TKB083 Paris, sunset, [n.d.]
Box 254 TKB084 Paris, sunset, [n.d.]
Box 254 TKB085 Unidentified church interior, [n.d.]
Box 254 TKB086 TKB at unidentified beach, [n.d.]
Box 254 TKB087 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB088 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB089 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB090 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB091 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB092 TKB take for “Two Sides” cassette album cover, by Larry Cross, 1984
Box 254 TKB093 TKB publicity photo and proof sheet, 1980s
Box 254 TKB094 TKB publicity photo, 1970s
Box 254 TKB095 TKB performing, 1970s
Box 254 TKB096 TKB performing, 1970s
Box 254 TKB097 TKB publicity photo, 1980s
Box 254 TKB097a TKB publicity photo, 1980s
Box 254 TKB098 TKB with guitar, publicity photo and proof sheets, 1980s
Box 254 TKB099 TKB performing on keyboard, 1980s
Box 254 TKB100 TKB and Phillips Academy Class of 1971, 20th Reunion, 1991
Box 255 TKB101 TKB, 36th birthday, 1989
Box 255 TKB102 TKB, 36th birthday, 1989
Box 255 TkB103 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB104 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB105 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB106 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB107 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB108 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB109 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB110 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB111 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB112 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB113 TKB, 1980s
Box 255 TKB114 TKB, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB115 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB116 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB117 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB118 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB119 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB120 TKB performing, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB121 TKB performing at unidentified wedding, 1980s
Box 255 TKB122 TKB birthday with Larry Cross, ca. 1990
Box 255 TKB123 TKB birthday with Larry Cross, ca. 1990
Box 255 TKB124 TKB birthday with Larry Cross, ca. 1990
Box 255 TKB125 TKB with cat, 1990s
Box 255 TKB126 TKB with cat, 1990s
Box 255 TKB127 Timuel D. Black at unidentified church, 1990s
Box 255 TKB128 Unidentified singer-guitarist, 1990s
Box 255 TKB129 View of framed photos of Timuel D. Black family members, 1980s
Box 255 TKB130 View of framed photo of Timuel D. Black and framed certificate (illegible), 1980s-1993
Box 255 TKB131 View of framed photo collage, Timuel D. Black with M.L. King and others, 1969s-1980s
Box 255 TKB132 TKB birthday, with Larry Cross, 1992
Box 255 TKB133 TKB birthday, with unidentified others, 1992
Box 255 TKB134 TKB birthday, with unidentified others, 1992
Box 255 TKB135 TKB birthday, with Larry Cross and unidentified others, 1992
Box 255 TKB136 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB137 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB138 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB139 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB140 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB141 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB142 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB143 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB144 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB144a TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB145 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB146 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB147 TKB, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB148 TKB on horseback, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB149 TKB on horseback, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB150 TKB on horseback, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB151 TKB on horseback, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB152 TKB with Larry Cross, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB153 Mountain stream, Colorado trip, 1992
Box 255 TKB154 TKB with lei, 1992
Box 255 TKB155 TKB, Christmas, 1991
Box 255 TKB156 TKB and Larry Cross, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB157 TKB and Larry Cross, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB158 TKB and Larry Cross, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB159 TKB and Larry Cross, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB160 TKB and Larry Cross, Christmas, 1992 (2 prints)
Box 255 TKB161 TKB, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB162 TKB, Christmas, 1992
Box 255 TKB163 TKB, in garden, ca. 1992 (2 prints)
Box 255 TKB164 TKB, in garden, ca. 1992 (2 prints)
Box 255 TKB165 TKB, cooking, 1992
Box 255 TKB166 TKB, cooking, 1992
Box 255 TKB167 TKB, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB168 TKB, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB169 TKB, ca. 1992
Box 255 TKB170 Christmas tree, 1992
Box 255 TKB171 Ermetra Black, Timuel D. Black, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 255 TKB172 Ermetra Black, Zenobia Black, Timuel D. Black, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 255 TKB173 Timuel D. Black (r.) with unidentified man, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 255 TKB174 Walter K. Black, Timuel D. Black and unidentified woman, ca. 1980s-1993
Box 255 TKB175 TKB, Norisea Black and Ermetra Black, 1993
Box 255 TKB176 TKB, Norisea Black and Ermetra Black, 1993
Box 255 TKB177 Norisea Black, Walter K. Black and Ermetra Black, 1993
Box 255 TKB178 Norisea Black, Walter K. Black and Ermetra Black, 1993
Box 255 TKB179 Walter K. Black and Timuel D. Black, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB180 Walter K. Black and three unidentified, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB181 Walter K. Black and three unidentified, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB182 TKB house (interior view), ca. 1993
Box 255 TKB183 Cat, TKB photo, ca. 1993
Box 255 TKB184 Cat, TKB photo, ca. 1993
Box 255 TKB185 Framed portrait of TKB on mantel, ca. 1993
Box 255 TKB186 Books with tag, “Kozminski,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB187 Books with tag, “[Potters] Hill M.S.,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB188 Books with tag, “Hawthorne,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB189 Books with tag, “Edgewood,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB190 Books with tag, “Cooper,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB191 Books with tag, “Snow,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB192 Books with tag, “Cave,” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB193 Books with tag, “[Colma],” [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB194 Books, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB195 Books, [n.d.]
Box 255 TKB196 Fambeurre family, Tours, France—tree planting in TKB’s memory, 1993
Box 255 TKB197 Fambeurre family, Tours, France—tree planting in TKB’s memory, 1993
Box 255 TKB198 Fambeurre family, Tours, France—tree planting in TKB’s memory, 1993
Box 255 TKB199 Fambeurre family garden, Tours, France, 1993
Box 255 TKB200 Kozminski Academy, Timuel Kerrigan Black Scholarship memorial marker and honoree listing, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB201 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB202 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB203 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB204 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB205 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB206 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB207 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB208 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB209 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB210 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB211 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB212 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB213 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB214 Quilt by students in memory of TKB, ca. 1993
Box 256 TKB215 Negative—TKB publicity and head shot, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB216 TKB, proofsheet, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB217 Flowers in vase, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB218 Ripples on water, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB219 Burned-out building, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB220 Bicycle wheels, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB221 Flower bed and spigot, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB222 Flower bed and spigot, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB223 Flower bed and spigot, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB224 Flower bed, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB225 Outstretched arm, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB226 Outstretched arm, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB227 Outstretched arm, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB228 Outstretched arm, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB229 Head in profile, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB230 Head in profile, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB231 Brick wall with windows, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB232 Interior ceiling with plant, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB233 Interior stairwell, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB234 Interior stairwell, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB235 Exterior entrance overhang, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB236 Exterior entrance overhand, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB237 Interior paneling with door, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB238 Interior paneling with door, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB239 Tree trunk with wire supports, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB240 Concrete boundary post with chains, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB241 Proof sheet, various outdoor views, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB242 Fragments from project, TKB221-TKB241, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB243 Negatives for TKB221-TKB241, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB244 Plants in silhouette, mounted b/w, [n.d.]
Box 256 TKB245 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB246 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB247 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB248 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB249 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB250 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB251 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB252 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB253 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB254 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB255 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB256 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB257 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB258 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB259 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB260 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB261 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB262 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB263 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB264 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB265 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB266 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB267 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB268 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB269 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB270 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB271 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB272 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB273 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB274 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB275 Phillips Academy, 1970
Box 256 TKB276 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB277 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB278 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB279 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB280 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB281 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
Box 256 TKB282 Ermetra Black and Timothy Murrell wedding, 1978
 
Oversize Documents from Super Series 1: Timuel D. Black, Jr.
  Box#.Folder#  
Box 257 Box30.Folder14 Manuscript, Kwame Nkrumah’s statement on death of Patrice Lumumba, 1961
Box 257 94.5 Organization, “Chicago Freedom Festival,” sponsored by S.C.L.C. and C.C.C.O., March 12, 1966
Box 257 98.4 Organization, DuSable High School. “Hi-Jinks,” 1951
Box 257 98.4 Organization, DuSable High School, musical jamboree, 1954
Box 257 103.14 Organization, Frank London Brown Memorial Committee, statement, ca. 1962
Box 257 124.23 Organization, National Negro Museum and Historical Foundation, broadsheet, 1946
Box 257 178.1 Poster, Harold Washington Punch 8 campaign
Box 257 178.1 Poster, Harold Washington bring the dream to City Hall
Box 257 156.59 Program, “American Images: Chicago’s First Wave of Black Migration,” 2003
Box 257 180 Clipping, “The Story of Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Corp of Chicago,” Chicago Defender , 1951
Box 257 181 Serial, “DuSable Recorder,” 1937
Box 257 181 Serial, Hampton-Clark News (Olive-Harvey College), 1978
Box 257 182 Serial, Mississippi Free Press, 1963 (serial, original)
Box 257 183 Serial, Stars and Stripes, Paris Edition, May 8, 194/5

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