William McBride, Jr. Papers

Dates: 1907-1995
Size: 45 linear feet (46 archival boxes, many of them oversize)
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: 1995/03
Provenance: Donation of Mary McBride and Susan Cayton Woodson, 1995
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: William McBride, Jr. Papers [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Kai Parker, Harsh Archival Processing Project
Supervised by: Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Harsh Archival Processing Project

Biographical Note

William McBride, Jr., artist, art teacher, photographer, cultural and political activist, and mainstay of the South Side Community Art Center, was born in 1912 in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans. He was the second of three children of William and Mary McBride, vaudeville performers whose troupe, Billy and Mary Mack’s Merrymakers, included future Louis Armstrong sideman Johnny Dodds. When William McBride, Jr. was around 10 years old, the McBrides joined the great migration of African Americans, and specifically of New Orleans-based African American musicians, from the South to Northern cities. Arriving in Chicago’s burgeoning Bronzeville in the 1920s, the younger William McBride attended St. Elizabeth grammar school and Wendell Phillips High School.

As a young man, McBride was interested in the visual arts and took classes at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the early 1930s. He joined the small coterie of young black artists led by George Neal, who formed the Art Crafts Guild, a precursor to the South Side Community Art Center. But lacking institutional support during the Great Depression, the Art Crafts Guild remained a small collective. During this time, McBride worked for the New Deal’s Civilian Conservation Corps. With the creation of the Federal Art Project of the New Deal’s Works Progress Administration in 1935, McBride finally found steady work as an artist. His work for the Illinois Art Project included designing posters advertising various cultural events. In 1938, McBride designed books and sketched costumes for the Federal Theater Project’s adaptation of Helen Bannerman’s 1899 children’s book, Little Black Sambo, directed by Shirley Graham, later the wife of W.E.B. Du Bois.

William McBride was an early participant in the effort to establish the South Side Community Art Center. Initially this movement consisted of a dialogue between younger artists such as McBride and Margaret Taylor Goss (later Margaret Burroughs) and black middle-class arts supporters such as Irene McCoy Gaines and Pauline Kigh Reid. The initial organization was brought together at the South Side Settlement House by George Thorpe, director of the Illinois Art Project, and Peter Pollack, owner of the Chicago Artists Group Gallery on Michigan Avenue, one of the few places black artists were allowed to exhibit their work. The mission of the South Side Community Art Center, proclaimed by Margaret Taylor Goss as the “defense of culture,” was broad enough to incorporate the politics of respectability and the social activism of the Popular Front. One of many inner-city community art centers established by the Federal Art Project/Works Progress Administration, the center moved into an old mansion at 3831 S. Michigan Avenue in 1940. Although the first exhibition was held in late 1940, the center was formally dedicated by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt at a ceremony chaired by Alain Locke in 1941. The Federal Art Project withdrew funding in mid-1942, but the South Side Community Art Center thrived, and today remains the only surviving community art center created under the WPA.

The South Side Community Art Center proved an immediate success: In its first four months it drew 7,874 attendees to classes and its first four exhibitions. It provided a space for young artists honing their skills—such as William McBride, Margaret Burroughs, Charles White, Eldzier Cortor and Charles Sebree—to interact with established black Chicago masters such as Archibald Motley, Jr. and William Edouard Scott. The center also organized art programs for Southside youth, who often only did half-day shifts at overcrowded, segregated schools. In addition, the center ran a theater troupe, the Chicago Negro Art Theatre, which nurtured the talents of Gwendolyn Brooks and Margaret Danner. The South Side Community Art Center was one of the most important hubs of Popular Front-era progressive black cultural politics, attracting renowned artist-activists such as Paul Robeson and Richard Wright.

Perhaps McBride’s most celebrated work for the center was his overseeing the designs of the souvenir books and posters for the annual Artists and Models Ball, the center’s fundraising gala, which quickly became a marquee event on the Bronzeville calendar. McBride also composed elegant Christmas cards for Nelson Sykes’ Brass Rail tavern nearby. He became a painter of local renown in the 1940s. During that decade, McBride also wrote mostly unpublished plays, poems and songs.

In the postwar and early Cold War years, William McBride was active in the buoyant dance scene of the Black Chicago Renaissance, serving as art director for the annual Sadie Bruce Dance Revue as well as the Mildred B. Haessler Ballet Group’s yearly concert. Along with concert programs and pictures of the dancers, the souvenir books McBride composed contained advertisements for, representations of and endorsements from many sectors of black Chicago society. McBride also created designs for black Chicago insurance companies of the period, such as the Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Company.

As the victories of the independence movements in Africa roused African American interest, McBride began traveling to post-colonial nations such as Ghana and Benin, attending events of the Mbari movement of Anglophone artists and writers such as Wole Soyinka in Ibadan, Nigeria, and collecting art to bring back to the United States. His African art collection helped raise black diaspora consciousness in Chicago.

During the rise of the black studies and community college movements in Chicago, McBride taught art classes at Malcolm X College, Kennedy-King College and Olive-Harvey College. He also ran art workshops at the West Garfield Urban Progress Center and the Woodlawn Art Center.

In the mid-1970s, McBride and his longtime friend, advertiser Nahum Brascher, Jr., designed a multifaceted game for children called Taw Ghamma. Taw Ghamma remained opaque and esoteric even to McBride and Brascher’s circle of artist and intellectual acquaintances, but the game’s comedic irreverence, interest in black institution building from the bottom up and commitment to promoting the verbal and intellectual development of ghettoized children of color, won respect.

In the 1980s William McBride continued to create art, write and attend cultural and political events. In the 1990s McBride was slowed by illness, and he died on August 11, 2000 at the Alden Princeton Rehabilitation Center at age 87, leaving behind one sister, Mary J. McBride.

Bibliography

  • Challos, Courtney. “William McBride, Artist, Collector, Force for WPA.” Chicago Tribune , August 17, 2000.
  • Lawrence, Curtis. “William McBride, South Side Collector.” Chicago Sun-Times , August 16, 2000.
  • Lloyd, Judith Burson. “The Flowering: African-American Artists and Friends in 1940s Chicago: A Look at the South Side Community Art Center.” Illinois Art Gallery , April 7-May 28, 1993.
  • Mullen, Bill V. Popular Fronts: Chicago and African American Cultural Politics, 1935-46 . Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Series 1: Biography (1934-1979)
Series 1 contains biographical materials related to the life of William McBride, such as identification and registration cards. Of special interest are manuscripts on the lives of William McBride, Jr.’s vaudevillian parents, a “brief composition on the lives of William McBride, Sr., and William McBride, Jr.,” and the funeral program of McBride’s mother, Mary McBride.

Series 2: Manuscripts (1938-1987)
Series 2 features the writings of William McBride, particularly his many poems from the early 1940s, which mostly explore the vibrancy of urban black culture and the bleakness of ghetto conditions, the latter most evident in “The Solid Side.” McBride’s writings from the 1980s are also remarkable for their depiction of an elder African American artist-intellectual who came of age during the Popular Front mulling the state of black America in the wake of the demise of Black Power and the ascendancy of Ronald Reagan. Other documents of interest include a 1952 Cold War speech by Edith S. Sampson, the first African American delegate to the United Nations, and the National Conference of Artists’ 1972 “Black Artist Manifesto.”

Series 3: Correspondence (1935-1992)
Series 3 details William McBride’s correspondence. Much of the correspondence is from McBride’s friends affiliated with the South Side Community Art Center, including Margaret Burroughs, William S. Carter and Fitzhugh Dinkins. It also includes the correspondence of Irene V. Clarke. Of special interest is a letter of thanks from Mahalia Jackson to William McBride’s mother, Mary McBride, for an outfit she designed for Jackson.

Series 4: South Side Community Art Center (1939-1993)
Series 4 extensively documents the South Side Community Art Center, from its origins through various activities commemorating its 50th anniversary in the early 1990s. The series contains many official documents, writings and publicity materials depicting the center’s establishment, programs and fliers for exhibitions of renowned artists such as Jacob Lawrence, Henry Ossawa Tanner and photographer Gordon Parks, as well as several of William McBride’s Artists and Models Ball souvenir books. Additionally, the series includes the program from the dedication ceremony featuring Eleanor Roosevelt.

Series 5: Organizations (1933-1990)
Series 5 features documents from many of the organizations William McBride participated in, such as the Illinois Art Project, the City Colleges of Chicago and Taw Ghamma, the game and company he designed with Nahum Brascher, Jr. Of particular interest are the Black Arts Movement-era documents of the National Conference of Artists, the McBride-designed production report books of the Federal Theater Project’s Little Black Sambo, and the promotional material of the Art Crafts Guild’s 1933 Artist’s Ball, a forerunner to the South Side Community Art Center’s Artists and Models Ball.

Series 6: Art Exhibitions (1932-1994)
Series 6 contains programs and promotional materials of various art exhibitions collected by William McBride. Of special interest are programs from the Mbari movement in Ibadan, Nigeria, and several documents from the 1963 Century of Negro Progress fair, the last major African American exposition of its kind.

Series 7: Posters (1933-1989)
Series 7 contains many posters created and collected by William McBride. Unfortunately many of the posters are unsigned, so it is often not clear which ones McBride made. The posters capture the performances of a number of legendary black performers, such as Charlie Parker, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians founding member Phil Cohran, at the height of their careers, and bring the cultural history of black Chicago to glossy, full-color life. The series includes a poster for Josephine Baker’s last concert in Chicago, at the Regal Theater; it is signed by Baker.

Series 8: Programs (1907-1993)
Series 8 features programs and promotional material from various cultural and political events not centered on visual art. Particularly unique is its documentation of black Chicago’s vibrant mid-20th century concert dance community, including programs and souvenir books from the Sadie Bruce Dance Revue, the Mildred B. Haessler Ballet Group, the Jimmy Payne Dancers, Sammy Dyer’s School of the Theatre, the Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre and the Muntu Dance-Theatre.

Series 9: Subject Research Files (1928-1988)
Series 9 includes documents grouped into five categories of interest exhibited by William McBride: Africa, the arts, business, Chicago, education and politics. The Africa section evokes his deep interest in the continent, especially its art and politics. The education section includes materials related to McBride’s teaching at the City Colleges of Chicago and to the study of black history more generally. The politics section includes documents on the Popular Front from the mid-1930s to the mid-1940s. Of particular interest is a 1939 booklet on Salaria Kee, an African American woman who served in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade during the Spanish Civil War.

Series 10: Art Studies (1931-1980)
Series 10 contains magazines and booklets related to the study of art.

Series 11: Serials (1921-1991)
Series 11 contains magazines and newspapers mostly related to art, politics and the African diaspora. The series includes many rare publications from the Black Power movement and the Black Arts movement.

Series 12: Clippings (1932-1995)
Series 12 includes articles from newspapers and magazines clipped by William McBride.

Series 13: Photographs (1914-1987)
Series 13 has a particular focus on Chicago’s music and dance communities. Noteworthy are several photographs of William McBride, photographs of early jazz musicians who migrated up from New Orleans in the years surrounding World War I, a photo portrait of Margaret Burroughs by Gordon Parks, a photograph of a young Dorothy Dandridge at an Artists and Models Ball, and extensive documentation of the funeral procession and internment of Harold Washington.

Series 14: Memorabilia (1859-1989)
Series 14 contains miscellaneous materials McBride archived throughout his life. It includes two of his Nelson Sykes Brass Rail Christmas Cards, a first edition of A Street in Bronzeville autographed to McBride by Gwendolyn Brooks and a Jackson Life Mutual Insurance Company calendar with a photograph by Gordon Parks.

Related Collections:
At the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature:

  • Frances Minor Papers
  • Perkins Family Papers
  • William Edouard Scott Papers
  • Susan Cayton Woodson Papers

Also see the William McBride Art Collection at the South Side Community Art Center.

Container List

Series 1: Biography
Box 1 Folder 1 Biography, McBride, Certificate of discharge from Civilian Conservation Corps, March 8, 1934
Box 1 Folder 2 Biography, McBride, Schedules and earnings tabulations, 1955
Box 1 Folder 3 Biography, McBride, Work schedule, 1965
Box 1 Folder 4 Biography, Rent check, William McBride to Charles Burroughs, 1966
Box 1 Folder 5 Biography, Interview by Tony Phillips (Questions only), 1978
Box 1 Folder 6 Biography, McBride, Medical eligibility card, 1981
Box 1 Folder 7 Biography, McBride, Rent statement, 1981
Box 1 Folder 8 Biography, McBride, YMCA Community Employment and Training Program identification card, 1982
Box 1 Folder 9 Biography, McBride, Voter registration form, 1986
Box 1 Folder 10 Biography, McBride, Address book, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 11 Biography, The Little Screen Shop business card, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 12 Biography, Official envelope and letterhead, “Bill McBride, Jr. Compositions,” [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 13 Biography, McBride, Planbook [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 14 Biography, McBride, “A List of Artists I Have Studied Under,” [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 15 Biography, Brief composition on lives of William McBride, Sr. and William McBride, Jr. (probably by William McBride, Jr.), [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 16 Biography, Mary McBride (mother), Funeral program, 1979
Series 2: Manuscripts
Box 2 Folder 1 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Libretto, Script for musical theater play, Swing Fever , ca. 1940
Box 2 Folder 2 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride and Jimmie Howell, Song, “The Dog the Cat and Me,” published by Rhythm House, 1942
Box 2 Folder 3 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Poem, “The Solid Side” (draft), ca. 1942
Box 2 Folder 4 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Poems, “Strange Fruit,” “Ella,” “Lick,” “Tuxedo,” “Two Dirt from Dit,” ca. 1943
Box 2 Folder 5 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Poem, “Heah’ Me,” ca. 1943
Box 2 Folder 6 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, [On “Jive”] (probably sent to Rosenwald Fund), ca. 1945
Box 2 Folder 7 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Poems and drafts of poems and prose, ca. 1940s
Box 2 Folder 8 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Poems, “The Solid Side” collection, ca. 1945
Box 2 Folder 9 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Essays and course materials, probably from art history course at University of Illinois, ca. 1955
Box 2 Folder 10 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Untitled notes of encouragement, 1957
Box 2 Folder 11 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Statement of art loaned by McBride to Clarence Taylor, 1974
Box 2 Folder 12 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Notes and poems, “The Black Dilemma,” ca. 1983
Box 2 Folder 13 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Notes, “The Drama of the Inner Selves” and “A Hyper Art,” ca. 1983-1985
Box 2 Folder 14 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Notes, “Facts vs. Feeling,” ca. 1984
Box 2 Folder 15 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Notes, “Marlene,” 1984
Box 2 Folder 16 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Notes, “Mexican Store,” ca. 1984
Box 2 Folder 17 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, Art instruction notebooks, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 18 Manuscripts, Character key for play, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 19 Manuscripts, Wm. McBride, “Cosmetic Names – New Directions,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 20 Manuscripts, Draft of advertisement, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 21 Manuscripts, Excerpt from story? [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 22 Manuscripts, Letter drafts, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 23 Manuscripts, News release (fragment), “Maurice and his ‘Sharps and Flats,’” ca. 1940
Box 2 Folder 24 Play, “The Lightening Change Artist,” (fragment) [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 25 Poems, “Angel,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 26 Poems, “Been Blue So Long,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 27 Poems, “Blues Touch,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 28 Poems, “Coal Black,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 29 Poems, “Empty Dreams!” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 30 Poems, “Have You Seen the Faces...” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 31 Poems, “Homecooking,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 32 Poems, “Like Hoppa-Along-Do” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 33 Poems, “Life is Too Short” and self-help list (other side), [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 34 Poems, “Many...Black,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 35 Poems, Untitled, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 36 Poems, “Work,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 37 Quotation from Rabbi Simeon ben Eleazar on brotherhood, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 38 Song lyrics, “Where do you shop for love?” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 39 Song, Wm. McBride, music and lyrics, “Mustard and Baloney,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 40 Song, Wm. McBride, “Sleepy Dust,” [n.d]
Box 2 Folder 41 Manuscripts, Other, Author unknown, Handwritten obituary for George E. Neal, 1938
Box 2 Folder 42 Manuscripts, Other, “The WPA Art Program,” taken from a talk delivered by Thomas C. Parker at the American Federation of Art, 1939
Box 2 Folder 43 Manuscripts, Other, Author unknown, comment on Rosenwald Fund application by Mrs. A.F. Ewing, 1941
Box 2 Folder 44 Manuscripts, Other, Vernon Winslow, Drafts and correspondence on applications for grants from Rosenwald Fund and Hull House, with related materials, 1941
Box 2 Folder 45 Manuscripts, Other, Author unknown, Film list for visual education course, 1942
Box 2 Folder 46 Manuscripts, Other, Thomas H. Wright, Mayor’s Committee on Race Relations, “Charter for Human Relations: A Dumbarton Oaks for Chicago,” 1945
Box 2 Folder 47 Manuscripts, Other, Richard Durham, Destination Freedom radio play script, “Segregation, Incorporated,” 1949
Box 2 Folder 48 Manuscripts, Other, Edith S. Sampson, Speech, “The Search for Security,” 1952
Box 2 Folder 49 Manuscripts, Other, Handbook Committee, “Hugh Manley Elementary-High School Handbook of School Procedures,” 1959
Box 2 Folder 50 Manuscripts, Other, Irene V. Clark, Guggenheim Fellowship application, ca. 1962
Box 2 Folder 51 Manuscripts, Other, Margaret Burroughs, Poem, “What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black,” 1968
Box 2 Folder 52 Manuscripts, Other, The NCA Eight (National Conference of Artists), “Black Artist Manifesto,” 1972
Box 2 Folder 53 Manuscripts, Other, People United to Serve Humanity (PUSH), Push Expo ’72 documents for artists, 1972
Box 2 Folder 54 Manuscripts, Other, Nahum Brascher, Jr., “General Extent of the Beta Empire,” ca. 1976
Box 2 Folder 55 Manuscripts, Other, Margaret Burroughs, Poem “He Was Our Big Paul,” ca. 1977
Box 2 Folder 56 Ma­nuscripts, Other, Richard A. English, “A Memorial Tribute to Betty Jean Lockett,” 1980
­Box 2 Folder 57 Manuscripts, Other, Morton H. Kaplan Associates, “Katherine Dunham: Biography,” ca. 1980
Box 2 Folder 58 Manuscripts, Other, Author unknown, “The Evans-Tibbs Collection: A Newly Groundated Black Art Institution to the Universe,” 1983
Box 2 Folder 59 Manuscripts, Other, Alvin Jasper Marks, Poem, “In Memory of Harold Washington,” 1987
Box 2 Folder 60 Manuscripts, Other, Author unknown, Biography of Ignatius Sserulyo, 1987
Box 2 Folder 61 Manuscripts, Other, AFSCME, AFL-CIO Model Civil Service Examination, [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 62 Manuscripts, Other, Alan Howard, “The Vanishing American,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 63 Manuscripts, Other, G.N. Lew, Museum of Negro History, “Benjamin Banneker and Negro Inventors,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 64 Manuscripts, Other, Nahum Brascher, Jr. “Progressive MD check list,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 65 Manuscripts, Other, Provisional Organizing Committee to Reconstitute the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party, “The Struggle for the Unity of the Working Class,” [n.d.]
Box 2 Folder 66 Manuscripts, Other, Brief biographical entries on black artists, [n.d.]
Series 3: Correspondence
Box 3 Folder 1 Correspondence, Wm. McBride to Irene V. Clark, 9/13/1953
Box 3 Folder 2 Correspondence, Wm. McBride to Al Donovan, 12/9/1971
Box 3 Folder 3 Correspondence, “A Friend” to Wm. McBride, 6/21/1983
Box 3 Folder 4 Correspondence, Baird & Warner to Wm. McBride, 12/16/1980
Box 3 Folder 5 Correspondence, Verda E. Beach to Wm. McBride, 9/21/1976
Box 3 Folder 6 Correspondence, Jack Beall Vertical Service, 7/27/1988
Box 3 Folder 7 Correspondence, Walter L. Blocker to Wm. McBride, 2/10/1976
Box 3 Folder 8 Correspondence, Nahum Brascher, Jr. to Wm. McBride, 12/21/1975
Box 3 Folder 9 Correspondence, Nahum Brascher, Jr. to Wm. McBride, 1976
Box 3 Folder 10 Correspondence, J.A. Brearley to Wm. McBride, 7/18/1935
Box 3 Folder 11 Correspondence, Dawn T. Brooks and Edward B. Ellis to Wm. McBride, 1974
Box 3 Folder 12 Correspondence, W.E. Buck to Wm. McBride, 4/5/1961
Box 3 Folder 13 Correspondence, Andrea M. Buford to Wm. McBride, 3/19/1990
Box 3 Folder 14 Correspondence, Andrea M. Buford to Wm. McBride, 4/30/1990
Box 3 Folder 15 Correspondence, Andrea M. Buford to Wm. McBride, 6/19/1990
Box 3 Folder 16 Correspondence, Andrea M. Buford to Wm. McBride, 10/5/1990
Box 3 Folder 17 Correspondence, Andrea M. Buford to Wm. McBride, 11/22/1991
Box 3 Folder 18 Correspondence, Brenetta Howell Barrett to Wm. McBride, 2/26/1975
Box 3 Folder 19 Correspondence, Margaret T. Burroughs to Wm. McBride, 7/6/1964
Box 3 Folder 20 Correspondence, Margaret T. Burroughs to Wm. McBride, 9/25/1965
Box 3 Folder 21 Correspondence, Margaret T. Burroughs to Wm. McBride, 4/23/1975
Box 3 Folder 22 Correspondence, Margaret T. Burroughs to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 23 Correspondence, Margaret T. Burroughs to Wm. McBride, 5/30/1991
Box 3 Folder 24 Correspondence, Bene Butler to Wm. McBride, 9/12/1980
Box 3 Folder 25 Correspondence, Francis Nyarko Cann to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 26 Correspondence, Rachel Carter to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 27 Correspondence, William Carter to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 28 Correspondence, William Carter to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 29 Correspondence, C.A.T. to Wm. McBride, 1979
Box 3 Folder 30 Correspondence, Raymond W. Cheydleur to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 31 Correspondence, Irene V. Clark to Wm. McBride, 2/2/1951
Box 3 Folder 32 Correspondence, Floyd Coleman to Wm. McBride, 10/31/1972
Box 3 Folder 33 Correspondence, Barbara Crane to Wm. and Mary McBride, 11/25/1991
Box 3 Folder 34 Correspondence, Lucille Cunningham to Wm. McBride, 3/10/1972
Box 3 Folder 35 Correspondence, Bertel W. Daigre to Wm. McBride, 5/29/1970
Box 3 Folder 36 Correspondence, Davis (Roberts?) to Wm. McBride, 1/12/1947
Box 3 Folder 37 Correspondence, L.H. Davis to Wm. McBride, 5/10/1950
Box 3 Folder 38 Correspondence, Almamy Diaby to Wm. McBride, 9/28/1980
Box 3 Folder 39 Correspondence, Violette Day Dinkelman to Wm. McBride, 2/13/1946
Box 3 Folder 40 Correspondence, Fitzhugh D. Dinkins to Wm. McBride, 7/16/1962
Box 3 Folder 41 Correspondence, Cynthia H. Dirackor to Wm. McBride, 10/22/1992
Box 3 Folder 42 Correspondence, Dorothy (?) to Wm. McBride, 1/31/1947
Box 3 Folder 43 Correspondence, Dorothy (?) to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 44 Correspondence, Jim Edgar to Wm. McBride, 9/27/1989
Box 3 Folder 45 Correspondence, Eugene Pieter Romayn Feldman (Museum of Negro History and Art) to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 46 Correspondence, Ernest Fiene to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 47 Correspondence, Lawrence Friedman to Wm. McBride, 12/7/1979
Box 3 Folder 48 Correspondence, “Friend Forever” to Wm. McBride, 1/25/1942
Box 3 Folder 49 Correspondence, Ann Frost to Wm. McBride, 5/18/1953
Box 3 Folder 50 Correspondence, Harry Gaines to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 51 Correspondence, Fern Gayden to Wm. McBride, 6/26/1969
Box 3 Folder 52 Correspondence, Fern Gayden to Wm. McBride, 2/1/1965
Box 3 Folder 53 Correspondence, Fern Gayden to Wm. McBride, 4/19/1966
Box 3 Folder 54 Correspondence, Mildred R. Gladney to Wm. McBride, 1/8/1967
Box 3 Folder 55 Correspondence, Gordon-Draftsmen’s Supply Co. to Wm. McBride, 2/22/1960
Box 3 Folder 56 Correspondence, Margaret Goss (later Margaret Burroughs) to Wm. McBride, ca. 1940s
Box 3 Folder 57 Correspondence, Robert Green to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 58 Correspondence, Martin P. Greene to Wm. McBride, 7/14/1988
Box 3 Folder 59 Correspondence, Martin P. Greene to Wm. McBride, 7/6/1987
Box 3 Folder 60 Correspondence, Harry Hannin to Wm. McBride, 9/11/1943
Box 3 Folder 61 Correspondence, David Dawkins to Wm. McBride, 1972
Box 3 Folder 62 Correspondence, James Hickey to Wm. McBride, 11/7/1980
Box 3 Folder 63 Correspondence, Holloway (?) to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 64 Correspondence, Berry Horton to Wm. McBride, 9/18/1968
Box 3 Folder 65 Correspondence, Charles Howard to McBride & Association, 6/21/1986
Box 3 Folder 66 Correspondence, Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre to Wm. McBride, 11/30/1976
Box 3 Folder 67 Correspondence, Jane (?) to Wm. McBride, 8/1/1975
Box 3 Folder 68 Correspondence, Tasha Johnson to Wm. McBride, 7/6/1971
Box 3 Folder 69 Correspondence, Ann Rowry Jones to Wm. McBride, 5/4/1977
Box 3 Folder 70 Correspondence, Mark Jones to Wm. McBride, 8/24/1977
Box 3 Folder 71 Correspondence, Robert D. Jones to Wm. McBride, 11/30/1970
Box 3 Folder 72 Correspondence, Jones (?) to Wm. McBride, 4/23/1970
Box 3 Folder 73 Correspondence, Jones, Ware & Grenard to Wm. McBride, 7/15/1988
Box 3 Folder 74 Correspondence, Jones, Ware & Grenard to Wm. McBride, 4/15/1989
Box 3 Folder 75 Correspondence, Jones, Ware & Grenard to Wm. McBride, 2/15/1991
Box 3 Folder 76 Correspondence, Jones, Ware & Grenard to Wm. McBride, 5/8/1991
Box 3 Folder 77 Correspondence, Jones, Ware & Grenard to Wm. McBride, 3/12/1992
Box 3 Folder 78 Correspondence, Jack Jordan to Wm. McBride, 12/10/1974
Box 3 Folder 79 Correspondence, Delma Kelly to Wm. McBride, 8/22/1973
Box 3 Folder 80 Correspondence, Richard E. Kelley to Wm. McBride, 11/30/1966
Box 3 Folder 81 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, 10/4/1968
Box 3 Folder 82 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, ca. 11/1/1968
Box 3 Folder 83 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, 11/27/1968
Box 3 Folder 84 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, 1/28/1969
Box 3 Folder 85 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, 2/18/1969
Box 3 Folder 86 Correspondence, Barbara L. King to Wm. McBride, 2/19/1969
Box 3 Folder 87 Correspondence, Al Koenig to Wm. McBride, 7/3/1959
Box 3 Folder 88 Correspondence, Robert L. Kunzig to Wm. McBride, 6/29/1970
Box 4 Folder 1 Correspondence, Service Federal Savings and Loan (Theodore K. Lawless) to Wm. McBride, 1/3/1951
Box 4 Folder 2 Correspondence, Jennie Lee to Wm. McBride, 5/2/1968
Box 4 Folder 3 Correspondence, Marcella Lynch to Wm. McBride, 1/28/1974
Box 4 Folder 4 Correspondence, Gwendolyn Maloney to Wm. McBride, 8/16/1955
Box 4 Folder 5 Correspondence, Carl Manzke to Wm. McBride, 5/14/1960
Box 4 Folder 6 Correspondence, Marie to Wm. McBride, 12/3/1966
Box 4 Folder 7 Correspondence, Marie to Wm. McBride, 9/12/1968
Box 4 Folder 8 Correspondence, Marie to Wm. McBride, 9/22/1968
Box 4 Folder 9 Correspondence, Marie to Wm. McBride, 9/22/1968
Box 4 Folder 10 Correspondence, Marie to Wm. McBride, 9/28/1968
Box 4 Folder 11 Correspondence, J. Mason to Wm. McBride, 9/16/1992
Box 4 Folder 12 Correspondence, Jane De Hart Matthews to Wm. McBride, 10/26/1975
Box 4 Folder 13 Correspondence, Who’s Who Among Black Americans (William C. Matney) to Wm. McBride, 10/24/1974
Box 4 Folder 14 Correspondence, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, 1/31/1971
Box 4 Folder 15 Correspondence, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 16 Correspondence, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 17 Correspondence, Edward J. McClellan to Wm. McBride, 3/25/1968
Box 4 Folder 18 Correspondence, Edith Moore to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 19 Correspondence, E.J. Montgomery to Wm. McBride, 8/14/1975
Box 4 Folder 20 Correspondence, Amedola Olugebefola to Wm. McBride, 12/1/1976
Box 4 Folder 21 Correspondence, Organization for a Better Austin to Wm. McBride, 4/16/1970
Box 4 Folder 22 Correspondence, Stephen Oxford to Wm. McBride, 7/18/1969
Box 4 Folder 23 Correspondence, Parsche Studios to Wm. McBride, 7/12/1954
Box 4 Folder 24 Correspondence, Parsche Studios to Wm. McBride, 5/12/1960
Box 4 Folder 25 Correspondence, Dehatayette Porter to Wm. McBride, 1/3/1947
Box 4 Folder 26 Correspondence, Virginia Powe to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 27 Correspondence, F.D. Pratt ( Time ) to Wm. McBride, ca. 1944
Box 4 Folder 28 Correspondence, Joseph N. Pritchard to Wm. McBride, 7/3/1963
Box 4 Folder 29 Correspondence, Harry Probber, Jr. to Wm. McBride, 12/27/1972
Box 4 Folder 30 Correspondence, Yvonne J. Pulliam to Wm. McBride, 9/29/1981
Box 4 Folder 31 Correspondence, A.L. Reynolds III to Wm. McBride, 6/24/1970
Box 4 Folder 32 Correspondence, Alutie M. Robinson to Wm. McBride, 12/23/1944
Box 4 Folder 33 Correspondence, John O. Root to Wm. McBride, 8/13/1980
Box 4 Folder 34 Correspondence, Sanford Studio to Wm. McBride, 1/29/1975
Box 4 Folder 35 Correspondence, Gus Savage to Wm. McBride, 5/26/1983
Box 4 Folder 36 Correspondence, Oscar E. Shabat to Wm. McBride, 1/18/1969
Box 4 Folder 37 Correspondence, Oscar E. Shabat to Wm. McBride, 9/4/1969
Box 4 Folder 38 Correspondence, Arvind Shah to Wm. McBride, 3/10/1983
Box 4 Folder 39 Correspondence, Melvyn Skvarla to Wm. McBride, 3/26/1962
Box 4 Folder 40 Correspondence, Robert Sloan to Wm. McBride, 8/31/1965
Box 4 Folder 41 Correspondence, B. Smith to Wm. McBride, ca. 1981
Box 4 Folder 42 Correspondence, Marvin Sumerlin to Wm. McBride, 4/3/1970
Box 4 Folder 43 Correspondence, Marvin Sumerlin to Wm. McBride, 4/13/1970
Box 4 Folder 44 Correspondence, Marvin Sumerlin to Wm. McBride, 7/2/1970
Box 4 Folder 45 Correspondence, Marvin Sumerlin to Wm. McBride, 7/10/1970
Box 4 Folder 46 Correspondence, Marvin Sumerlin to Wm. McBride, 7/16/1970
Box 4 Folder 47 Correspondence, R.H. Tanwick to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 48 Correspondence, Herbert Temple to Wm. McBride, 11/19/1971
Box 4 Folder 49 Correspondence, John Torresto to Wm. McBride, 1/28/1970
Box 4 Folder 50 Correspondence, A.C. Trine to Wm. McBride, 5/9/1980
Box 4 Folder 51 Correspondence, Small Business Administration (E. Turffs) to Wm. McBride, 11/20/1969
Box 4 Folder 52 Correspondence, Urban Furniture Company (Bernard) to Wm. McBride, 9/18/1961
Box 4 Folder 53 Correspondence, Marjorie Westerfield to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 54 Correspondence, Thelma K. Wheaton to Wm. McBride, ca. March 1976
Box 4 Folder 55 Correspondence, Edwina Harleston Whitlock to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 56 Correspondence, Hazel Wiggins Payne to Wm. McBride, 10/15/1969
Box 4 Folder 57 Correspondence, Douglas R. Williams to Wm. McBride, 4/27/1970
Box 4 Folder 58 Correspondence, Douglas R. Williams to Wm. McBride, 12/11/1976
Box 4 Folder 59 Correspondence, Ruth L. Wright to Wm. McBride, ca. October 1972
Box 4 Folder 60 Correspondence, Susan Cayton Woodson to Wm. McBride, 4/12/1975
Box 4 Folder 61 Correspondence, “K.W.” to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 62 Correspondence, Yaw (?) to Wm. McBride, 4/17/1975
Box 4 Folder 63 Correspondence, Lou Zelkin to Wm. McBride, 4/4/1955
Box 4 Folder 64 Correspondence, Zeke and Feenie Ziner to Wm. McBride, 5/15/1990
Box 5 Folder 1 Correspondence, Other, Nahum D. Brascher to Harvey Cogbill, 9/11/1976
Box 5 Folder 2 Correspondence, Other, Nahum D. Brascher to Arlene E. Williams, 10/9/1975
Box 5 Folder 3 Correspondence, Other, Norman B. Boothby to Berry Horton, 7/21/1961
Box 5 Folder 4 Correspondence, Charlena (?) to Sue (?), 2/5/1994
Box 5 Folder 5 Correspondence, Other, Dorothy E. Clark to Irene V. Clark, 7/11/1954
Box 5 Folder 6 Correspondence, Other, Dorothy E. Clark to Irene V. Clark, 9/1/1954
Box 5 Folder 7 Correspondence, Other, Dorothy E. Clark to Irene V. Clark, 3/21/1955
Box 5 Folder 8 Correspondence, Other, Elsie Clark to Irene V. Clark, 2/10/1954
Box 5 Folder 9 Correspondence, Other, Elsie Clark to Irene V. Clark, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 10 Correspondence, Other, Irene V. Clark to Rufus Clement, ca. 1960
Box 5 Folder 11 Correspondence, Other, Irene V. Clark to Dorothy E. Clark, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 12 Correspondence, Other, Phil Cohran to parents, 1981
Box 5 Folder 13 Correspondence, Other, H.E. Coombs to Harold Pierce, 2/22/1963
Box 5 Folder 14 Correspondence, Other, Lucille Cunningham to Obern Simons, 5/11/1972
Box 5 Folder 15 Correspondence, Other, Elly, Harry, Cliff, Doug and Terri to Joseph Kahn, 6/6/1959
Box 5 Folder 16 Correspondence, Other, Irene M. Gaines to Rev. Lewis McGee, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 17 Correspondence, Other, M. Gamboni to Margaret Taylor (later Margaret Burroughs), 7/10/1938
Box 5 Folder 18 Correspondence, Other, Gane Brothers & Lane, Inc. to Barbara L. King, 11/25/1968
Box 5 Folder 19 Correspondence, Other, Fern Gayden to Robert Goldwater, 10/3/1960
Box 5 Folder 20 Correspondence, Other, Ann Gomez-Knight to David P. Ross, Jr., 11/15/1947
Box 5 Folder 21 Correspondence, Other, Alphonse Hill to William Warren, 1/21/1970
Box 5 Folder 22 Correspondence, Other, Mahalia Jackson to Mary McBride, 5/12/1964
Box 5 Folder 23 Correspondence, Other, Marcia to Joseph Kahn, August 1959
Box 5 Folder 24 Correspondence, Other, Larry J. Lacy to unknown, 7/27/1988
Box 5 Folder 25 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 7/2/1949
Box 5 Folder 26 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 8/7/1949
Box 5 Folder 27 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 9/9/1949
Box 5 Folder 28 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 1/20/1950
Box 5 Folder 29 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 2/11/1950
Box 5 Folder 30 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 3/5/1950
Box 5 Folder 31 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 5/26/1951
Box 5 Folder 32 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 6/19/1951
Box 5 Folder 33 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 6/20/1950
Box 5 Folder 34 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 5/14/1951
Box 5 Folder 35 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 7/13/1951
Box 5 Folder 36 Correspondence, Other, Chauncey Larry to Irene V. Clark, 11/23/1953
Box 5 Folder 37 Correspondence, Other, Lily (?) to Irene V. Clark and Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 38 Correspondence, Other, D. Erle Lounsberry to Irene V. Clark, 2/16/1963
Box 5 Folder 39 Correspondence, Other, May Massee to Vernon Winslow, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 40 Correspondence, Other, A. Melfi to Irene V. Clark, 8/1/1955
Box 5 Folder 41 Correspondence, Other, T. Merrell to Mary McBride, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 42 Correspondence, Other, Myrtle Cheney Murdock to Capitol Enthusiast, 9/1/1949
Box 5 Folder 43 Correspondence, Other, W.A. Raveret to The Little Green Shop, 11/3/1948
Box 5 Folder 44 Correspondence, Other, Rick to Irene V. Clark (fragment), [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 45 Correspondence, Other, Clive and Marmon Rickabaugh to Irene V. Clark, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 46 Correspondence, Other, J. Sherman to Mr. Adams, [n.d.]
Box 5 Folder 47 Correspondence, Other, Fred S. Sly to Mr. Raye, 9/6/1950
Box 5 Folder 48 Correspondence, Other, Benjamin J. Smith to CET/WABASH Staff, 4/23/1981
Box 5 Folder 49 Correspondence, Other, Wall-Rus Fabrics Company (B.F. Ruskin) to Rex Gorleigh, 5/19/1947
Box 5 Folder 50 Correspondence, Wall-Rus Fabrics Company (B.F. Ruskin) to David P. Ross, 5/4/1949
Box 5 Folder 51 Correspondence, Other, LeRoy Winbush to Andrea M. Buford, 7/12/1989
Box 5 Folder 52 Correspondence, Other, Vernon Winslow to Georgia State Department of Education, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 53 Correspondence, Other, Vernon Winslow to Edwin Embree, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 54 Correspondence, Other, Vernon Winslow to Lester, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 55 Correspondence, Other, Vernon Winslow to President Fountain of Morris Brown College, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 56 Correspondence, Other, Vernon Winslow to Helen Whiting, 7/16/1940
Box 5 Folder 57 Correspondence, Other, Hale Woodruff to Winslow, 9/14/1940
Box 5 Folder 58 Correspondence, Other, Virginia to Irene V. Clark, 6/10/1961
Box 5 Folder 59 Correspondence, Other, Unknown author to Irene V. Clark, 6/3/1954
Box 5 Folder 60 Correspondence, Other, Unknown author to Irene V. Clark, 5/8/1956
Series 4: South Side Community Art Center
Box 6 Folder 1 South Side Community Art Center (SSCAC), “The need for an art center,” Chicago Defender , 6/3/1939
Box 6 Folder 2 SSCAC, Souvenir Book, Artists and Models Ball, Savoy Ballroom, ca. November 1939
Box 6 Folder 3 SSCAC, Sponsors Committee Notice, 1939
Box 6 Folder 4 SSCAC, Peter Pollack, Federal Art Project, Letters received, 1939-1941
Box 6 Folder 5 SSCAC, Photo of Planning Board for Beaux Arts Ball and “Night in Paris,” ca. 1939
Box 6 Folder 6 SSCAC, forms and reports, 1939-1940
Box 6 Folder 7 SSCAC, Hardcover Guidebook, Exhibition of the Art of the American Negro , American Negro Exposition, 7/4-9/2/1940
Box 6 Folder 8 SSCAC, Visitor Registration List, Opening of SSCAC Gallery, 12/15/1940
Box 6 Folder 9 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball, publicity and advertising material, 1940
Box 6 Folder 10 SSCAC, “Painting” exhibit program, 12/15/1940
Box 6 Folder 11 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball production notes, 1940
Box 6 Folder 12 SSCAC, Publicity Material, Artists and Models Ball [including photo of Frank Neal and Mable Curtis]
Box 6 Folder 13 SSCAC, Publicity files, 1940-1941
Box 6 Folder 14 SSCAC, Chicago Defender coverage, 3/22/1941 and 4/5/1941
Box 6 Folder 15 SSCAC, Program, SSCAC Dedication by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, 5/7/1941
Box 6 Folder 16 SSCAC, Exhibition, “We Too Look At America,” May 1941
Box 6 Folder 17 SSCAC, Exhibition of Student Art, May 1941
Box 6 Folder 18 SSCAC, Exhibition of Book Illustrations by Jacob Lawrence, Charles Sebree and Charles Winslow, 6/9-6/30/1941
Box 6 Folder 19 SSCAC, Reception for Judge and Mrs. Herman E. Moore, 7/30/1941
Box 6 Folder 20 SSCAC, “Official Car” sign, Artists and Models Ball, Savoy, 10/25/1941
Box 6 Folder 21 SSCAC, Exhibition of Graphic Arts, Illinois Art Project, 1941 [cover only]
Box 6 Folder 22 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball materials, 1941
Box 6 Folder 23 SSCAC, Gordon Parks exhibition, 1941
Box 6 Folder 24 SSCAC, Program, National Negro Art Exhibition, May 1941
Box 6 Folder 25 SSCAC, Publicity files, 1941
Box 6 Folder 26 SSCAC, Publicity files, 1941
Box 6 Folder 27 SSCAC, Publicity files, 1941
Box 6 Folder 28 SSCAC, Photographs of children outside the entrance to the SSCAC, ca. 1941
Box 6 Folder 29 SSCAC, Sponsorship Committee “A Mile of Dimes,” ca. 1941
Box 6 Folder 30 SSCAC, Federal Art Project forms 5A, 5B and 5-F, ca. 1941
Box 6 Folder 31 SSCAC, Outline of policies, organization, activities and financial structure, ca. 1941
Box 6 Folder 32 SSCAC, Ceramics: Wood Sculpture from New Mexico Art Project exhibition booklet, 1/9-1/31/1942
Box 6 Folder 33 SSCAC, Exhibition of Religious Art, April 1942
Box 6 Folder 34 SSCAC, WPA Financial Campaign Envelope, 5/19-6/19/1942
Box 6 Folder 35 SSCAC, Treasury statement, 6/18/1942
Box 6 Folder 36 SSCAC, Lens Camera Club exhibit, 10/4/1942
Box 6 Folder 37 SSCAC, 5th Annual Artists and Models Ball promotional material, 10/24/1942
Box 6 Folder 38 SSCAC, Richard Barthe exhibition, 11/28-12/19/1942
Box 6 Folder 39 SSCAC, Staff report, 1942
Box 6 Folder 40 SSCAC, Exhibition of Original Prints by Honore Daumier and Georges Renault, booklet, ca. 1942
Box 6 Folder 41 SSCAC, Call to renew membership, 2/14/1943
Box 6 Folder 42 SSCAC, Program, Exhibition of Paintings by Henry Ossawa Tanner, 4/11-4/30/1943
Box 6 Folder 43 SSCAC, Art Institute of Chicago press release, “Negro Artists of Chicago,” 6/7-8/8/1943
Box 6 Folder 44 SSCAC, Exhibition, Paintings by Frank Neal, 8/8-8/22/1943
Box 6 Folder 45 SSCAC, War Bonds, Artists and Models Ball Victory Queen Popularity Contest, ca. 1943
Box 6 Folder 47 SSCAC, Folder, 8th Annual Artists and Models Ball, 1945
Box 6 Folder 48 SSCAC, Receipt from J.W. Butler Paper Company, 10/9/1945
Box 6 Folder 49 SSCAC, Letter from The Talent Scout magazine, 2/8/1946
Box 6 Folder 50 SSCAC, Margaret Taylor Goss (later Margaret Burroughs) art exhibition invitation, 11/3/1946
Box 6 Folder 51 SSCAC, Flier, Exhibitions of paintings by Ellis Wilson, 3/24-5/2/1946
Box 7 Folder 1 SSCAC, Souvenir Booklet, Artists and Models Ball, 10/26/1946
Box 7 Folder 2 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball promotional material, 10/26/1946
Box 7 Folder 3 SSCAC, Cocktail party, 9/14/1947
Box 7 Folder 4 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball promotional material, 1947
Box 7 Folder 5 SSCAC, 10th Annual Artists and Models Ball production notes, 11/26/1947
Box 7 Folder 6 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball program, 1947
Box 7 Folder 7 SSCAC, “Collectors Exhibit,” Foreword by Horace Cayton, 6/6/1948
Box 7 Folder 8 SSCAC, Program, Chicago Negro Art Theatre, Dark of the Moon by Howard Richardson and William Bernen, 10/29-10/31/1948
Box 7 Folder 9 SSCAC, Souvenir Book, 11th Annual Artists and Models Ball, 11/19/1948
Box 7 Folder 10 SSCAC, Souvenir Book, 11th Annual Artists and Models Ball, 11/19/1948
Box 7 Folder 11 SSCAC, Souvenir Book, 11th Annual Artists and Models Ball, 11/19/1948
Box 7 Folder 12 SSCAC, Reception for Howard Fast, 1948
Box 7 Folder 13 SSCAC, Gwendolyn Brooks Resume and Sonnet 1 “Children of the Poor,” ca. 1948
Box 7 Folder 14 SSCAC, $67.98 claim, Atlantic Board of Collections, 6/24/1949
Box 7 Folder 15 SSCAC, Gray and Skarzynski offer of painting sale, 11/18/1949
Box 7 Folder 16 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball promotional material, 1940s
Box 7 Folder 17 SSCAC, Preschool children’s art from the War Nursery Schools of Chicago, 1940s
Box 7 Folder 18 SSCAC, Costume and interior design class, 1940s
Box 7 Folder 19 SSCAC, $30 statement, Leo Tannenbaum Art and Design, 5/29/1950
Box 7 Folder 20 SSCAC, Ballots for officers and board of directors election, 9/11/1951
Box 7 Folder 21 SSCAC, SSCAC presents Mahalia Jackson in concert, Dunbar Auditorium, 10/12/1958
Box 7 Folder 22 SSCAC, Program, Black Heritage: An Exhibition of African Sculpture and Artifacts, 1950s
Box 7 Folder 23 SSCAC, 21st Anniversary Dinner Reservations, 11/4/1961
Box 7 Folder 24 SSCAC, Flier, Marion Perkins Memorial Exhibit, 1961
Box 7 Folder 25 SSCAC, Directory, 6th Annual Lake Meadow Art Fair, 6/16-6/17/1962
Box 7 Folder 26 SSCAC, Program, Annual Card-O-Rama, 7/20/1962
Box 7 Folder 27 SSCAC, Flier, Event with John O. Killens, 8/24/1963
Box 7 Folder 28 SSCAC, Flier, LeRoy W. Jeffries, “The March on Washington,” Negro History Week Feature, 2/2-2/23/1964
Box 7 Folder 29 SSCAC, Souvenir Book, Artists and Models Ball, 11/21/1964
Box 7 Folder 30 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball, “Saint and Satyr,” promotional material, 11/21/1964
Box 7 Folder 31 SSCAC, Artists and Models Ball “Saint and Satyr” promotional material, 11/21/1964
Box 7 Folder 32 SSCAC, Program, South Side Center for the Performing Arts, “Florence” by Alice Childress, 12/3/1966
Box 7 Folder 33 SSCAC, Flier, Project ’67, “Exhibit by Young South Siders,” 6/3-6/18/1967
Box 7 Folder 34 SSCAC, Photo of Grace Leaming with African art at SSCAC, Chicago Tribune , 9/1/1968
Box 7 Folder 35 SSCAC, Flier, Marvin M. Young exhibition, 1/18-1/30/1969
Box 7 Folder 36 SSCAC, Artists Council minutes, 3/14/1969
Box 7 Folder 37 SSCAC, Grace Leaming, “Black Expressions – 1969” invitation, 9/5/1969
Box 7 Folder 38 SSCAC, “Black Expressions – 1969” promotional material, 10/19-11/2/1969
Box 7 Folder 39 SSCAC, Flier, Sherman Beck exhibition, 4/12-5/3/1970
Box 7 Folder 40 SSCAC, Announcement of life drawing classes, Jose Williams, ca. November 1970
Box 7 Folder 41 SSCAC, Memo from Cary Shaps on Urban Arts Fair, 3/11/1970
Box 7 Folder 42 SSCAC, 2nd Annual Englewood Concourse Art Fair Application, June 1971
Box 7 Folder 43 SSCAC, Black Artists Doing Bad Costume Ball, Roberts “500 Room,” 3/25/1972
Box 7 Folder 44 SSCAC, 7th Annual Art Auction, Saver’s, 5/21/1972
Box 7 Folder 45 SSCAC, Flier, Afri-Cobra Exhibition, 8/12-9/2/1973
Box 7 Folder 46 SSCAC, Flier, G. McCullough “Fragments” exhibition, 10/14-2/2/1973
Box 7 Folder 47 SSCAC, Flier, “Nia-Ruumba” exhibition, 4/7-5/3/1974
Box 7 Folder 48 SSCAC, Howard E. Seals, Memo on sales commission, 8/20/1975
Box 7 Folder 49 SSCAC, Flier, Black women artist exhibition, 10/6-10/24/1974
Box 7 Folder 50 SSCAC, Flier, “The Black Male: from the cradle to the grave” photography exhibit, 7/18/1976
Box 7 Folder 51 SSCAC, Art auction logistics [William McBride], 5/23/1976
Box 7 Folder 52 SSCAC, Annual membership campaign, 1974
Box 7 Folder 53 SSCAC, Flier, Freida High School and Maxine Lowe exhibition, 3/14-4/19/1976
Box 7 Folder 54 SSCAC, Flier, Sodubi Hughes, Rogers S. Greene and Jill N. Parker exhibition, 5/16-6/11/1976
Box 7 Folder 55 SSCAC, Flier, Luther “Kush Bey” Woodley and Thelma Richey exhibition, 10/10-10/29/1976
Box 7 Folder 56 SSCAC, Howard E. Seals Christmas/Kwanzaa Exhibit announcement, 11/16/1976
Box 7 Folder 57 SSCAC, Christmas Eve fundraising letter, 12/24/1976
Box 7 Folder 58 SSCAC, Poster, 12th Annual Art Auction, SSCAC Benefit, Lake Meadows, 5/22/1977
Box 7 Folder 59 SSCAC, Herbert Nipson fundraising letter, 10/11/1977
Box 7 Folder 60 SSCAC, Flier, Masquerade Disco, 10/28/1978
Box 7 Folder 61 SSCAC, Flier, Memorial for Charles White, 11/25/1979
Box 7 Folder 62 SSCAC, Flier, Exhibition of Sandra Louis Bridges and Willie L. Carter, 4/1-4/27/1979
Box 7 Folder 63 SSCAC, Calendar, October 1982-June 1983
Box 7 Folder 64 SSCAC, Clippings, “Comiskey mansion houses historic art center,” Hyde Park Herald , 3/16/1983
Box 7 Folder 65 SSCAC, Center Piece: The Newsletter for the South Side Community Art Center , Vol. 1, No. 2, April-June 1984
Box 7 Folder 66 SSCAC, Flier, Two Fine Exhibits: Earth and Fiber and Works on Paper, August-October 1990
Box 7 Folder 67 SSCAC, Flier, Cara Glatt, “Local Gallery exhibits seldom seen 1930s art,” 3/20/1991
Box 7 Folder 68 SSCAC, 50th anniversary booklet, 1991
Box 7 Folder 69 SSCAC, SSCAC Catalog Project Description, ca. 1992
Box 7 Folder 70 SSCAC, Exhibition on the SSCAC at Illinois Art Gallery booklet, 4/7-5/28/1993
Box 7 Folder 71 SSCAC, Alan G. Artner, “Voices and visions of South Side Art Center,” Chicago Tribune , 4/23/1993
Box 7 Folder 72 SSCAC, Cara Glatt, “State Gallery shows South Side Art of the 1940s,” Hyde Park Herald , 5/5/1993
Box 7 Folder 73 SSCAC, Garrett Holg, “Recalling a Cultural Oasis on South Side,” Chicago Sun-Times , 5/9/1993
Box 7 Folder 74 SSCAC, Commission on Chicago Landmarks, “South Side Community Art Center,” 1993
Box 7 Folder 75 SSCAC, Benefit, Grand Ball of Nefertiti, Sauer’s Brauhaus, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 76 SSCAC, “Black and Beautiful,” a photographic exhibit by Roy Lewis, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 77 SSCAC, William Carter, Joe Kessey and Allan Stringfellow exhibition, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 78 SSCAC, Jerry Cogbill exhibition [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 79 SSCAC, Schuyler Coward, Dorothy Baylor Anderson and Frederick Jones, Jr. exhibition catalog, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 80 SSCAC, John Crenshaw, Yaounde Olu, Turtel Onli and Kenneth Hunter exhibition, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 81 SSCAC, Exhibition [Bridge], [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 82 SSCAC, Fabric Bazaar Benefit Sale, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 83 SSCAC [Fragments], [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 84 SSCAC, Bacia Gordon, Marion Perkins and Harold Hayden exhibit [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 85 SSCAC, Membership form, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 86 SSCAC, Herbert Nipson, SSCAC auction information, [n.d.]
Box 7 Folder 87 SSCAC, “500 Years of Religious Art” exhibition, [n.d.]
Series 5: Organizations
Box 8 Folder 1 Organizations, Art Crafts Guild, Artist’s Ball, 1933
Box 8 Folder 2 Orgs, Art Crafts Guild, List of Members (?) by Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 3 Orgs, Black Interior Design Associates, Meeting notice, 6/26/1974
Box 8 Folder 4 Orgs, Black Interior Design Associates, Meeting notice, 3/25/1975
Box 8 Folder 5 Orgs, City Colleges of Chicago (CCC), Newsletter, “Board’s Offer to the Union,” 1/15/1969
Box 8 Folder 6 Orgs, CCC, Reception for new Crane College President Charles G. Hurst, Jr. 1/27/1969
Box 8 Folder 7 Orgs, CCC, Crane, Purchase order, 2/20/1969
Box 8 Folder 8 Orgs, CCC, Crane, Barbara L. King memoranda to instructors, 2/6/1969-5/15/1969
Box 8 Folder 9 Orgs, CCC, Adult education schedule, ca. April1969
Box 8 Folder 10 Orgs, CCC, Inaugural program, 5/19-5/25/1969
Box 8 Folder 12 Orgs, CCC, Credit union passbook, 9/15/1969
Box 8 Folder 13 Orgs, CCC, “Black Studies in the State of Illinois: A Directory,” September 1969
Box 8 Folder 14 Orgs, CCC, Credit union information and application, ca. 1969
Box 8 Folder 15 Orgs, CCC, Olive-Harvey College, Faculty Handbook, ca. 1977
Box 8 Folder 16 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X College, Lectureship Assignment Form, 12/19/1978
Box 8 Folder 17 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X College, Attendance Roster and Grade Forms, 1982
Box 8 Folder 18 Orgs, CCC, Course List, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 19 Orgs, CCC, Course Schedule, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 20 Orgs, CCC, Education Program for the Students of Social Science, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 21 Orgs, CCC, Flier, “Why Malcolm X Shabazz Community College?”, ca. 1969
Box 8 Folder 22 Orgs, CCC, Kennedy-King College, Student sign-in sheet “Appreciation of Modern Art,” [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 23 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X, Office of Adult/Continuing Education Overview, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 24 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X, Registration Card, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 25 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X, Schedule, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 26 Orgs, CCC, Malcolm X College sticker, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 27 Orgs, CCC, Proposed Annual Salaries for Full-time Faculty, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 28 Orgs, CCC, Student Information Form, [n.d.]
Box 8 Folder 29 Orgs, Center for Employment Training, Patricia Ridgenal, memo on CET cookbook, 12/1/1980
Box 8 Folder 30 Orgs, Emancipation Centennial Glass Inc., Designs by McBride, Meeting minutes, 4/26/1963
Box 8 Folder 31 Orgs, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Charlotte Charpenning, Production report (photocopy), 8/29/1938
Box 8 Folder 32 Orgs, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Charlotte Charpenning, Production report, 8/29/1938
Box 8 Folder 33 Orgs, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Production bulletin cover, 1938
Box 8 Folder 34 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Pamphlet, “This Work Pays Your Community Week,” 5/20-5/25/1940
Box 8 Folder 35 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, WPA Technical Series, Art Circular No. 5, “The Carborundum Print,” 9/10/1940
Box 8 Folder 36 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Descriptions of designs, 1940
Box 8 Folder 37 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, “The WPA Federal Art Project: A Summary of Activities and Accomplishments,” ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 38 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Ira Eppler, “An Artist Explains,” 1940
Box 8 Folder 39 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, “Migrant Families” (cover), WPA Division of Social Research, ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 40 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Pamphlet, “The Illinois Art Project,” ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 41 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Teaching Program, “Child Art” (cover), ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 42 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Units in Graphic Art, ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 43 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Units in Graphic Art, ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 44 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, Utah State Art Center Extension Division, ca. 1940
Box 8 Folder 45 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, WPA Technical Series, Art Circular No. 6, “The Silk-Screen Process,” 7/22/1941
Box 8 Folder 46 Orgs, Illinois Art Project, U.S. Navy Recruits Handbook, ca. 1941
Box 9 Folder 1 Orgs, King/GBO Area Buckingham Fountain Art Fair Committee, Meeting reminder, 5/2/1978
Box 9 Folder 2 Orgs, The McBride Collection, By-Laws, ca. 1983
Box 9 Folder 3 Orgs, The McBride Collection, Articles of Incorporation, 1980s
Box 9 Folder 4 Orgs, The McBride Collection, List of artworks on loan, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 5 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Call to Meeting, Howard University, 3/31-4/2/1961
Box 9 Folder 6 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, 12th Annual NCA Convention Program, 4/3-4/5/1970
Box 9 Folder 7 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Treasurer’s report, 3/16/1972
Box 9 Folder 8 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, NCA Convention invite, April 1972
Box 9 Folder 9 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, NCA Convention itinerary, April 1972
Box 9 Folder 10 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Re: Progress Report on Incorporation and Reorganization, 5/16/1972
Box 9 Folder 11 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Chicago Local Chapter, Proceedings of Meeting, 5/31/1972
Box 9 Folder 12 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Re: Faculty Positions and Educational Opportunities at Washington University, St. Louis, 6/1/1972
Box 9 Folder 13 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Chicago Local Chapter, Meeting minutes, 6/14/1972
Box 9 Folder 14 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Folder, ca. 1972
Box 9 Folder 15 Orgs, National Conference of Artists, Re: Planning Session, ca. 1974
Box 9 Folder 16 Orgs, Sears YMCA Art Association, Meeting minutes, 3/19/1970
Box 9 Folder 17 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Workshop Procedures: Short Rules for Taw Ghamma, 9/19/1976
Box 9 Folder 18 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Accomplishment Guides, etc., ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 19 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Draft, Tau Gamma: “The Game,” ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 20 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Field Drawing in color, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 21 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Field Sketches, Blueprints and Diagrams, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 22 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Group Section III, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 23 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, The Master Key of Organization, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 24 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, “TawGamm” Spots, Designs, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 25 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Taw-Ghamma Organization (Chart), ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 26 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Taw Ghamma 101 (Outline), ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 27 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Wm. McBride and Nahum W. Brascher, “The Tau Gamma” draft, ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 28 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, “The Tau Gamma,” ca. 1976
Box 9 Folder 29 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Proposed budgets, 1977-1980
Box 9 Folder 30 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Envelopes and folders, 1970s
Box 9 Folder 31 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Miscellaneous Drafts, Papers and Writings on Taw Ghamma, 1970s
Box 9 Folder 32 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Taw Gamm Design Faces, 1970s
Box 9 Folder 33 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Standard Language of the Game, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 34 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Articles of Incorporation, 9/27/1989
Box 9 Folder 35 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Notice of Delinquency, ca. 1990
Box 9 Folder 36 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 1, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 37 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 2, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 38 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 3, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 39 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 4, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 40 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 5, [n.d.]
Box 9 Folder 41 Orgs, Taw Ghamma, Word Games 6, [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 1 Orgs, Theater Guild for Retired Artists, Project Proposal, 1972
Box 10 Folder 2 Orgs, The Umber Company, Organization Projection, 4/11/1975
Box 10 Folder 3 Orgs, The Umber Company, Organization charts, ca. 1975
Box 10 Folder 4 Orgs, The Umber Foundation, Annual report, ca. 1976
Box 10 Folder 5 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Urban Arts Workbook and Status Report, October 1969
Box 10 Folder 6 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Open House Work Sheet Schedule, 11/1/1969
Box 10 Folder 7 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Art Opportunity-Photo Workshop Participant Evaluation, ca. 1969
Box 10 Folder 8 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Kite-making instructions, ca. 1969
Box 10 Folder 9 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Youth Development Rosters, ca. 1969
Box 10 Folder 10 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Inter-Office Memorandum, 1/8/1970
Box 10 Folder 11 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Art Fair Press Release, 3/31/1970
Box 10 Folder 12 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Inter-Office Memoranda, 1/26-7/22/1971
Box 10 Folder 13 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Community Services Division Workshop, 2/4-2/5/1971
Box 10 Folder 14 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Center Services Report, ca. 1970
Box 10 Folder 15 Orgs, West Garfield UPC, Site reports, ca. 1970
Box 10 Folder 16 Orgs, Woodlawn Art Center, Itinerary, [n.d.]
Box 10 Folder 17 Orgs, Woodlawn Art Center, Paper, [n.d.]
Series 6: Art Exhibitions
Box 11 Folder 1 Art Exhibitions, Paintings by Negro Artists, Howard University, 5/18-5/25/1932
Box 11 Folder 2 Art Exhibitions, A Century of Progress, International Prints, Art Institute of Chicago, 6/1-11/1/1934
Box 11 Folder 3 Art Exhibitions, Kaethe Kollwitz, Howard University, 3/2-3/14/1936
Box 11 Folder 4 Art Exhibitions, Pauline Vinson, California F.A.P., San Francisco, 1/19/1937
Box 11 Folder 5 Art Exhibitions, Luise Kohn, Howard University, 1/3-1/31/1940
Box 11 Folder 6 Art Exhibitions, Three Philadelphia Artists: Laura Wheeler Waring, Allan Freelon and Samuel Brown, Howard University, 2/1-2/29/1940
Box 11 Folder 7 Art Exhibitions, Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, Art Institute of Chicago, 3/14-4/14/1940
Box 11 Folder 8 Art Exhibitions, “The Art of the American Negro (1851 to 1940),” American Negro Exposition, Tanner Art Galleries, 7/4-9/2/1940
Box 11 Folder 9 Art Exhibitions, National Art Week booklets, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 9/10/1940
Box 11 Folder 10 Art Exhibitions, Exhibitions, Oklahoma Art Center, ca. 1940
Box 11 Folder 11 Art Exhibitions, Spokane Art Center, F.A.P., ca. 1940
Box 11 Folder 12 Art Exhibitions, Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, Art Institute of Chicago, 6/17-8/15/1948
Box 11 Folder 13 Art Exhibitions, Negro Artists of Chicago, Howard University, 2/1-2/25/1941
Box 11 Folder 14 Art Exhibitions, WPA Art Program Prints and Sculpture, 5/2-5/31/1941
Box 11 Folder 15 Art Exhibitions, Student Work, Howard University, 7/1-7/15/1941
Box 11 Folder 16 Art Exhibitions, Louis Mailou Jones, Barnett Aden Gallery, April-May 1946
Box 11 Folder 17 Art Exhibitions, Alfonso Ianelli, International Relations Center, 12/18/1948
Box 11 Folder 18 Art Exhibitions, Pepsi-Cola Paintings of the Year, 1948
Box 11 Folder 19 Art Exhibitions, African Culture and Cubism, Segy Gallery, 12/1-12/31/1950
Box 11 Folder 20 Art Exhibitions, African Culture and Cubism, Segy Gallery, December 1950
Box 11 Folder 21 Art Exhibitions, Congo Sculptures, Segy Gallery, 3/23-4/30/1951
Box 11 Folder 22 Art Exhibitions, Segy Gallery, ca. 1951
Box 11 Folder 23 Art Exhibitions, 3News (African art), Segy Gallery, 1951
Box 11 Folder 24 Art Exhibitions, African Sculptures from the French Colonies, Segy Gallery, 1/15-2/22/1952
Box 11 Folder 25 Art Exhibitions, “Fashion is Art” (The Shangs), Parkway Ballroom, 10/10/1954
Box 11 Folder 26 Art Exhibitions, Black Diaspora Art Clearance Sale, Celest Card and Gift Shop, 8/28/1955
Box 11 Folder 27 Art Exhibitions, Franklin McMahon, [n.d.]
Box 11 Folder 28 Art Exhibitions, Luciano Spazzali, Feingarten Gallery, 9/8-9/18/1958
Box 11 Folder 29 Art Exhibitions, Public Auction, Shore Galleries, 4/5-4/6/1959
Box 11 Folder 30 Art Exhibitions, 7 West Coast Painters, University of British Columbia, 6/29-8/14/1959
Box 11 Folder 31 Art Exhibitions, Art Flair Exhibit, Lucas Studio, 5/1/1960
Box 11 Folder 32 Art Exhibitions, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, East Wing Galleries, 10/5/1960
Box 11 Folder 33 Art Exhibitions, Ru Van Rossem, Mbari, Ibadan, 10/18/1961
Box 11 Folder 34 Art Exhibitions, Traditional Sculpture of Africa, Art Institute of Chicago, 10/3-11/31/1961
Box 11 Folder 35 Art Exhibitions, Malagatana, Mbari, Ibadan, 6/25/1962
Box 11 Folder 36 Art Exhibitions, Mid-Year Show, Butler Institute of American Art, 7/1-9/3/1962
Box 11 Folder 37 Art Exhibitions, Painting and Sculpture, Staten Gallery 500, New York, ca. 1962
Box 11 Folder 38 Art Exhibitions, Marion Perkins Memorial Exhibit, ca. 1962
Box 11 Folder 39 Art Exhibitions, Recent Acquisitions of Primitive Art, Allan Frumkin Gallery, 2/15-3/15/1963
Box 11 Folder 40 Art Exhibitions, Asiru (with music by E.K. Ogunmola), Mbari, Ibadan, 3/3/1963
Box 11 Folder 41 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, “Show to Reveal Negro Advance,” Reprinted from Sales Meetings, 3/15/1963
Box 11 Folder 42 Art Exhibitions, Douglas D. Craft, New Kasha Herman Gallery, 5/17-6/15/1963
Box 11 Folder 43 Art Exhibitions, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Art Exhibition, Xavier University, 6/23-6/27/1963
Box 11 Folder 44 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Code of Fair Practices, Springfield, IL, 7/10/1963
Box 11 Folder 45 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Art Exhibit, McCormick Place, 8/16-9/2/1963
Box 11 Folder 46 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Exhibit Descriptions, McCormick Place, 8/16-9/2/1963
Box 11 Folder 47 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Flier, McCormick Place, 8/16-9/2/1963
Box 11 Folder 48 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Arts Festival Day Invitation and Program, McCormick Place, 8/18/1963
Box 11 Folder 49 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, National Conference of Artists Presents a Print Portfolio by Negro Artists, August 1963
Box 11 Folder 50 Art Exhibitions, Century of Negro Progress, Paintings for American Negro Emancipation Centennial Display, August 1963
Box 11 Folder 51 Art Exhibitions, Elizabeth Stewart-Miller, Kasha Herman Gallery, 10/11-11/9/1963
Box 11 Folder 52 Art Exhibitions, Painting, Sculpture and Prints by Negro Artists, Atlanta University, 3/31-4/28/1963
Box 11 Folder 53 Art Exhibitions, Old Town Art Fair, Program and Guide Book, 6/13-6/14/1964
Box 11 Folder 54 Art Exhibitions, Lake Meadows Art Fair, 6/20-6/21/1964
Box 11 Folder 55 Art Exhibitions, Sylvester Britton, Gallery of Ada Obra, 11/14-12/8/1965
Box 11 Folder 56 Art Exhibitions, ADCC/33 Awards Presentation, National Design Center, Marion City, 1965
Box 11 Folder 57 Art Exhibitions, Jim Taylor, Shepherd Studio, 11/19-11/31/1966
Box 11 Folder 58 Art Exhibitions, Chatham Shopping Area Art Fair, 7/22-7/23/1967
Box 11 Folder 59 Art Exhibitions, A.G. Revesz, Emile Walter Galleries, 9/13-9/27/1967
Box 11 Folder 60 Art Exhibitions, Alan Davie, Arts Club of Chicago, 9/25-10/28/1967
Box 11 Folder 61 Art Exhibitions, Joseph E. Yoakum, Edward Sherbeyn Gallery, 3/29-5/9/1968
Box 11 Folder 62 Art Exhibitions, Edward Tafur, 5/7/1968
Box 11 Folder 63 Art Exhibitions, Students of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 9/26-11/3/1968
Box 11 Folder 64 Art Exhibitions, New Perspectives in Black Art, Oakland Museum Art Division, Kaiser Center Gallery, 1968
Box 11 Folder 65 Art Exhibitions, Floyd Coleman, Southern University in New Orleans, 3/2-3/17/1969
Box 11 Folder 66 Art Exhibitions, Gerald Williams, Sherman Beck, Bernard Williams, Douglas Williams, Napoleon Henderson, WJ Studios and Gallery, 9/14-10/14/1969
Box 11 Folder 67 Art Exhibitions, Antique Fair and Flea Market, 9/6/1969
Box 11 Folder 68 Art Exhibitions, 7th Annual Lawndale Art Fair, 7/24-7/25/1970
Box 11 Folder 69 Art Exhibitions, Montrose Urban Progress Center Open House, 2/15-2/16/1970
Box 11 Folder 70 Art Exhibitions, Arthur Riley, Afam Gallery, 5/17-5/31/1970
Box 11 Folder 71 Art Exhibitions, Urban Art 1970, Civic Center, 6/15-7/4/1970
Box 11 Folder 72 Art Exhibitions, Lawndale Art Fair, Sears YMCA Community Center, ca. July 1971
Box 11 Folder 73 Art Exhibitions, SCLC Operation Breadbasket, Black Expo Exhibit folder and documents, 9/29-10/3/1971
Box 11 Folder 74 Art Exhibitions, Grafter Tyler Brown, the Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 2/11-4/22/1972
Box 11 Folder 75 Art Exhibitions, Ben Bey, Garland Building, 3/3/1972
Box 11 Folder 76 Art Exhibitions, Lois Mailou Jones, Howard University Gallery of Art, 3/31-4/21/1972
Box 11 Folder 77 Art Exhibitions, 9th Annual Lawndale Art Fair, Sears Court of Nations, 7/21-7/22/1972
Box 11 Folder 78 Art Exhibitions, A Nation Divided: Photographs of the Civil War, Exchange National Bank of Chicago, 6/30-8/6/1973
Box 11 Folder 79 Art Exhibitions, Ben Bey, The Ball Room, 6/3/1974
Box 11 Folder 80 Art Exhibitions, DuSable Museum Art Promenade, 7/24-7/25/1976
Box 12 Folder 1 Art Exhibitions, 71st Street Art Fair, 6/5/1977
Box 12 Folder 2 Art Exhibitions, Walter Sanford—The Man Who Paints with a Pencil, Union Gallery, 9/1-9/23/1977
Box 12 Folder 3 Art Exhibitions, Artists,:”Apartheid Kills!” United Nations, 1977
Box 12 Folder 4 Art Exhibitions, List of Exhibitions at Sanford Studio, 1946-1977, 1977
Box 12 Folder 5 Art Exhibitions, “WPA and the Black Artist: Chicago and New York” materials, 11/13/1977-4/23/1978
Box 12 Folder 6 Art Exhibitions, “WPA and the Black Artist: Chicago and New York,” Program, Chicago Public Library, 3/22-4/23/1978
Box 12 Folder 7 Art Exhibitions, Exhibiting Illinois Artists, Chicago Federal Center Museum, 6/2/1978-3/31/1979
Box 12 Folder 8 Art Exhibitions, Calvin Jones and Dorothy Higginson, Vivian G. Harsh Collection, Carter G. Woodson Library, Chicago Public Library, 8/4-8/31/1979
Box 12 Folder 9 Art Exhibitions, James Mesplay presents Chicago Women, The Body Politic, 6/8-6/30/1980
Box 12 Folder 10 Art Exhibitions, Old Town Art Fair, 6/14-6/15/1980
Box 12 Folder 11 Art Exhibitions, Sanford Exhibit, Elmhurst College, 4/7-4/30/1981
Box 12 Folder 12 Art Exhibitions, Contemporary Art of Senegal African Arts, 5/4-6/20/1981
Box 12 Folder 13 Art Exhibitions, DuSable Museum Arts and Crafts Festival, 7/11-7/12/1981
Box 12 Folder 14 Art Exhibitions, Ancient Treasures in Terra Cotta of Mali and Ghana, Chicago Public Library, 1/30-3/27/1982
Box 12 Folder 15 Art Exhibitions, Chicagoland Realtors Home, Garden and Furnishings Show, 4/29-5/2/1982
Box 12 Folder 16 Art Exhibitions, Calendar, Art Institute of Chicago, May-June 1982
Box 12 Folder 17 Art Exhibitions, Black Folk Art and Black Atlantic Art Symposia / Lectures, Field Museum of Natural History, April-May 1984
Box 12 Folder 18 Art Exhibitions, Chicago Vicinity Clay 4, 10/12-11/21/1984
Box 12 Folder 19 Art Exhibitions, Nathan Oliveira and Joseph Raffael, Richard Gray Gallery, 2/28/1986
Box 12 Folder 20 Art Exhibitions, 1987 Black Creativity Juried Art Show, List of Entries, Museum of Science and Industry, 1/29/1987
Box 12 Folder 21 Art Exhibitions, Forgotten Treasures, Oak Woods Cemetery Tower of Memories, 5/16/1987
Box 12 Folder 22 Art Exhibitions, Forgotten Treasures, Art in the Chicago Park District, 5/17-6/28/1987
Box 12 Folder 23 Art Exhibitions, William S. Carter, Nicole Gallery, 3/4-4/4/1988
Box 12 Folder 24 Art Exhibitions, The African-American Tradition: The Visual Arts, Armstrong-Slater Galleries, Hampton University, 2/21-3/20/1988
Box 12 Folder 25 Art Exhibitions, Stephen Deutch, Chicago Public Library, 11/10/1989
Box 12 Folder 26 Art Exhibitions, William Carter and Allen Stringfellow, Reyes Galleries, 5/22-6/21/1989
Box 12 Folder 27 Art Exhibitions, Bob Saltzman, Chicago Public Library, 9/9-10/28/1989
Box 12 Folder 28 Art Exhibitions, Elizabeth Catlett, Isobel Neal Gallery, 10/20-11/25/1989
Box 12 Folder 29 Art Exhibitions, Fall 1989 Schedule, Department of Cultural Affairs, Office of Fine Arts, 1989
Box 12 Folder 30 Art Exhibitions, William S. Carter, Nicole Gallery, 2/2-3/3/1990
Box 12 Folder 31 Art Exhibitions, Masami Teraoka, Chicago Public Library, 12/8/1989
Box 12 Folder 32 Art Exhibitions, Alice Q. Hargrave, Chicago Public Library, 2/1/1991
Box 12 Folder 33 Art Exhibitions, African American Abstraction in Printmaking, Randolph Gallery, 2/2-3/23/1991
Box 12 Folder 34 Art Exhibitions, Archibald Motley, Chicago Historical Society, 10/23/1991
Box 12 Folder 35 Art Exhibitions, Art Auction, Saver’s Restaurant, 5/19/1991
Box 12 Folder 36 Art Exhibitions, Face to Face: Self-Portraits by Chicago Artists, 2/14-4/11/1992
Box 12 Folder 37 Art Exhibitions, Golub, Krohe, Schiel, Munch, Michigan Avenue Galleries, Chicago Cultural Center, 10/9/1992
Box 12 Folder 38 Art Exhibitions, Reba and Dave Williams: “Alone in a Crowd,” The Equitable Gallery, New York, 12/10/1992
Box 12 Folder 39 Art Exhibitions, Celebrating Artistry in Craft: American Craft Council Gold Metal Recipients, 1975-1993, Chicago Cultural Center, 8/21-10/17/1993
Box 12 Folder 40 Art Exhibitions, Graciela Iturbide, Chicago Cultural Center, 8/21-10/24/1993
Box 12 Folder 41 Art Exhibitions, Selected Treasures from a Treasury of Canadian Craft, Chicago Cultural Center, 8/28-10/24/1993
Box 12 Folder 42 Art Exhibitions, David Hammons: Hometown, Illinois State Museum, 9/11/1993
Box 12 Folder 43 Art Exhibitions, Lee Godie, Chicago Cultural Center, 11/13/1993-1/16/1994
Box 12 Folder 44 Art Exhibitions, Louis Armstrong: A Cultural Legacy, Terra Museum of American Art, 4/15/1995
Box 12 Folder 45 Art Exhibitions, Baba Alabi Ayinla, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 46 Art Exhibitions, Alternative Visions: Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 47 Art Exhibitions, Art Rental and Sales Gallery of the Women’s Board, Art Institute of Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 48 Art Exhibitions, Black Treasures: Sidney James, Samuel Marshall, Norman Parish, Otis Rathel, Louis Boyd, Raymond Broady, Daniel Hetherington, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 49 Art Exhibitions, Margaret Burroughs and Frank Shepherd present art by Ghanaian artists, Trend Studio, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 50 Art Exhibitions, Christmas Card Bazaar, Wm. McBride, Irene V. Clark, Berry Horton and Fred Jones, International House, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 51 Art Exhibitions, Clyde E. Burt, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 52 Art Exhibitions, Donnie R. Carter presents A Touring...Art Exhibit, Travel Arts, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 53 Art Exhibitions, Englewood Concourse Art Fair, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 54 Art Exhibitions, Festival of the Arts, Osun Gallery, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 55 Art Exhibitions, Gallerie Americana, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 56 Art Exhibitions, Paul Georges, Allan Frumkin Gallery, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 57 Art Exhibitions, Paul Granlund, Allan Frumkin Gallery, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 58 Art Exhibitions, Red Grooms’ Chicago, Chicago Cultural Center, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 59 Art Exhibitions, Harold Hayden, Bacia Gordon and Marion Perkins, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 60 Art Exhibitions, Hyde Park Winter Art Fair, Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 61 Art Exhibitions, Isobel Neal Gallery, Price List, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 62 Art Exhibitions, Arlene Mecko, Gallery 135, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 63 Art Exhibitions, Lake Meadows Outdoor Art and Hobby Fair, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 64 Art Exhibitions, Alain Locke talk at Harmon Foundation Portrait Exhibit of Distinguished Negro Americans, Chicago Historical Society, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 65 Art Exhibitions, Oil Paintings, Sandy-Lee Ltd. Art Gallery, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 66 Art Exhibitions, Present at the Creation: Bernstein, Kim, Newman, Paha, Peter, Chicago Public Library, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 67 Art Exhibitions, Primitive Art from Haiti and Africa, Gruen Iron Works, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 68 Art Exhibitions, Primitive Art from Africa and Oceania, Allan Frumkin Gallery, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 69 Art Exhibitions, John Rood, Associated American Artists Galleries, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 70 Art Exhibitions, Abram Salley, Delores Campbell, Albert Whortenberry, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 71 Art Exhibitions, Augusta Savage showings for public school children, South Parkway YWCA, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 72 Art Exhibitions, Sporting Paintings, Kennedy & Company, New York, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 73 Art Exhibitions, Summer African Arts Festival, DuSable Museum, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 74 Art Exhibitions, Nicholas Takis, de Aurora Showroom, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 75 Art Exhibitions, Paul Ullman, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 76 Art Exhibitions, Union of Black Artists Festival of the Arts, Washington Park YMCA, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 77 Art Exhibitions, Victor Vasarley, Chicago Public Library, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 78 Art Exhibitions, Jennie Scott Washington, [n.d.]
Box 12 Folder 79 Art Exhibitions, West Burlon Place Art Fair, [n.d.]
Series 7: Posters
Box 13 Folder 1 Draft Poster, Artist’s Ball, Art Crafts Guild, April 23, 1933
Box 13 Folder 2 Poster, “Visit Your Library,” Illinois WPA Art Project Chicago, ca. 1938
Box 13 Folder 3 Poster, “Exhibition: Art By Children,” Illinois WPA Art Project Chicago, 1938
Box 13 Folder 4 Poster, “American Negro Exposition,” Chicago Coliseum, 1940. Art by R.S. Pious [Robert Savon Pious]
Box 13 Folder 5 Poster, “4th Annual Artists and Models Ball,” South Side Community Art Center, 1941
Box 13 Folder 6 Poster, “Photography Exhibit, Month of October” South Side Community Art Center, 1942
Box 13 Folder 7 Poster, “Work Together for Victory,” Chicago Area Civil Defense, 1942. Art by South Side Community Art Center War Services Program
Box 13 Folder 8 Poster, “Avast There, Sailors. Protect the Folks at Home,” Art by Illinois WPA Art Project, 1942
Box 13 Folder 9 Poster, “Dorothy Maynor, World Famous Soprano,” concert at Corpus Christi Auditorium, 1943
Box 13 Folder 10 Poster, “1,800 Homes Available to War Workers,” Chicago Housing Authority, ca. 1943
Box 13 Folder 11 Draft Poster, “7th Annual Artists and Models Ball: Red, White and Blue Revue,” South Side Community Art Center, 1944.
Box 13 Folder 12 Poster, “Books for Boys and Girls,” ca. 1945
Box 13 Folder 13 Poster, “8th Annual Artists and Models Ball,” South Side Community Art Center, 1945. Art by Leroy Winbush
Box 13 Folder 14 Poster, “Three’s A Family,” Negro Theatre Guild of Chicago, 1946
Box 13 Folder 15 Poster, “9th Annual Artists and Models Ball,” South Side Community Art Center, 1946
Box 14 Folder 1 Poster, “Pearl Primus and Group,” dance concert, Du Sable High School, 1948
Box 14 Folder 2 Poster, “Jazz at the Philharmonic,” with Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Civic Opera House, 1948
Box 14 Folder 3 Poster, “Carnival in Atlantis: 26th Annual Surrealist Costume Ball,” Art Institute, 1951
Box 14 Folder 4 Poster, Porgy and Bess , with William Warfield, Cab Calloway, Civic Opera House, 1952
Box 14 Folder 5 Poster, “Sadie Bruce Dance Revue,” Opera House, ca. 1955
Box 14 Folder 6 Poster, “2nd Annual Gold Coast Art Festival,” 1959
Box 14 Folder 7 Poster, “Chicago Urban League Benefit Jazz Festival,” Comiskey Park, 1960
Box 14 Folder 8 Poster, “Lake Meadows Art Fair,” Lake Meadows Shopping Center, 1962
Box 14 Folder 9 Poster, “Dizzy Gillespie and His Quintet,” with Joe Williams, Cinestage, 1962
Box 14 Folder 10 Poster, “Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley in concert,” McCormick Place, 1964
Box 14 Folder 11 Poster, “Dick Gregory Presents Sammy Davis, Jr. Benefit Show: Christmas for Mississippi,” McCormick Place, 1964
Box 14 Folder 12 Poster, “Emmanuel Caldwell, Pianist, in recital,” Kimball Hall, 1966
Box 14 Folder 13 Poster, “Museum of Negro History and Art: 1st Annual Benefit Ball,” Packinghouse Union Hall, 1966
Box 15 Folder 1 Poster, “An Evening in African Culture, featuring An African Bazaar,” The African-American Auxiliary, South Parkway YWCA, 1967
Box 15 Folder 2 Poster, “Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble in Concert,” St. John Grand Lodge, 1967
Box 15 Folder 3 Poster, “The Blackstone Rangers, Inc. in association with Oscar Brown, Jr. present ‘Opportunity Please Knock,’” First Presbyterian Church, 1967
Box 15 Folder 4 Poster, “Who’s Got His Own,” play by Ronald Milner, South Side Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., at The Louis Theatre, 1968
Box 15 Folder 5 Poster, “Nina Simone and Flip Wilson,” Civic Opera House, 1968
Box 15 Folder 6 Poster, “Afro-American Nite, with Miriam Makeba,” Regal Theatre, 1968
Box 15 Folder 7 Poster, “An Evening with Billy Eckstine, on behalf of Meharry Medical College,” Auditorium Theater, 1968
Box 15 Folder 8 Poster, “Black Magic: Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble,” Affro-Arts Theater, 1968
Box 15 Folder 9 Poster, “Soul Sounds of the Big Town, A Black Heritage Comedy Revue,” The Louis Theatre, 1969
Box 15 Folder 10 Poster, “Slow Dance on the Killing Ground,” play by William Manley, The Louis Theatre, 1969
Box 15 Folder 11 Poster, Two plays, “The Monster” by Ronald Milner and “No Use Crying” by Bill Harris, The Louis Theatre, 1969
Box 15 Folder 12 Poster, “West Garfield Urban Progress Center, 1st Anniversary Open House,” 1969
Box 15 Folder 13 Poster, “The Queen Returns to Chicago: Aretha Franklin in Concert,” Auditorium Theatre, 1969
Box 15 Folder 14 Poster, “12 Hour Friendship Soul Train, Xmas Day,” High Chaparrel, 1969
Box 16 Folder 1 Poster, “1st Annual Englewood Concourse Art Fair,” 1970
Box 16 Folder 2 Poster, “Chicago International Film Festival,” ca. 1970
Box 16 Folder 3 Poster, “Special Benefit Performance for West Side Community Development Corporation: Sammy Davis, Jr. Show,” Mill Run Theater, 1970
Box 16 Folder 4 Poster, “57th Street Art Fair,” 1971
Box 16 Folder 5 Poster, “8th Annual Lawndale Art Fair,” Sears Court of Nations Garden, 1971
Box 16 Folder 6 Poster, “West Burton Place Art Fair,” sponsored by the West Burton Place Association, 1974
Box 16 Folder 7 Poster, “International Kennel Club, Fall Dog Show,” International Amphitheatre, 1975
Box 16 Folder 8 Poster, “The Voice, the Magic, the Glory, of Mahalia,” Woods Theater, 1975
Box 16 Folder 9 Poster, “33rd Annual Medinah Shrine Circus,” Medinah Temple, 1975
Box 16 Folder 10 Poster, “Black Easter Passion Play,” (Willa Saunders Jones), SCLC Operation Breadbasket, Auditorium Theatre, ca. 1975
Box 16 Folder 11 Poster, “Kool Jazz Festivals,” Milwaukee County Stadium, 1975
Box 16 Folder 12 Poster, “Preservation Hall Jazz Band,” Auditorium Theatre, 1976
Box 17 Folder 1 Poster, “Wabash YMCA Presents Its 2nd Annual Talent Show,” Wabash YMCA, 1978
Box 17 Folder 2 Poster, “Kool Jazz Festival,” Auditorium Theatre, 1978
Box 17 Folder 3 Poster, “Venetian Festival Benefit,” Washington Park Bowling Green, 1979
Box 17 Folder 4 Poster, “37th Annual Medinah Shrine Circus,” Medinah Temple, 1979
Box 17 Folder 5 Poster, “38th Annual Medinah Shrine Circus,” Medinah Temple, 1980
Box 17 Folder 6 Poster, “Roots Art Festival,” Foundation for Community Excellence, Sears YMCA Community Center, 1980
Box 17 Folder 7 Poster, “Sammy Redmond with His Rhythm and Blues Band,” Redmond’s Lounge, 1981
Box 17 Folder 8 Poster, “Jazz Comes Home: Jazz and Blues Festival,” South Shore Country Club Park, 1981
Box 17 Folder 9 Poster, “Attention Trumpet Players: The Search Is On,” Bailiwick Theatre, 1987
Box 17 Folder 10 Poster, “Mayor Eugene Sawyer” election poster, 1989
Box 17 Folder 11 Poster, “1st Annual Antique Auto Show and Auction,” McCormick Place West, [n.d.]
Box 17 Folder 12 Poster, Advertisement for book “Intangibles, written and published by Howard E. Seals,” [n.d.]
Framed Posters
Box 18 Folder 1 Poster, “Don’t You Want To Be Free?,” play by Langston Hughes, Negro Peoples Theatre, Abraham Lincoln Centre, 1938
Box 18 Folder 2 Poster, “Etta Moten, Mezzo-contralto in song recital,” Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1939
Box 18 Folder 3 Poster, “Hear J.A. Rogers, Negro Historian, Columnist, in Mass Meeting,” Afro-American Heritage Association, Monumental Baptist Church, 1959
Oversized Framed Posters
Box 19 Folder 1 Poster, “Direct from Paris: the fabulous Josephine Baker, in person,” Regal Theatre, 1960
Box 19 Folder 2 Poster, “Gospel Mt. Concert: Rev. Maceo Woods, Christian Tabernacle Choir,” Auditorium Theatre, 1969
Series 8: Programs
Box 20 Folder 1 Programs, Culture, McVickers Theatre, Chicago, 1907
Box 20 Folder 2 Programs, Culture, High Class Continuous Vaudeville, Majestic Theatre, Chicago, ca. 1907
Box 20 Folder 3 Programs, Culture, Martha Washington Bal Masque, Appomattox Club, Chicago, 2/22/1909
Box 20 Folder 4 Programs, Culture, Verdi’s Il Trovatore, Auditorium Theater, Chicago, ca. 1910
Box 20 Folder 5 Programs, Culture, Modernette Social Club Installation Dance, Bacon’s Casino, Chicago, 9/13/1935
Box 20 Folder 6 Programs, Culture, Young Men’s Annual Fall Dance, St. Elizabeth’s Hall, Chicago, 9/13/1935
Box 20 Folder 7 Programs, Culture, First Annual Dance of the Women’s Division of the Chicago Urban League, Parkway Ballroom, Chicago, 12/7/1940
Box 20 Folder 8 Programs, Culture, Earl “Fatha” Hines, El Grotto Supper Club, Chicago, ca. 1940
Box 20 Folder 9 Programs, Culture, Book, Marian Anderson Benefit Concert, Good Shepherd Community Center, Chicago, 4/6/1941
Box 20 Folder 10 Programs, Culture, Marian Anderson, Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, 4/6/1941
Box 20 Folder 11 Programs, Culture, Negro Peoples’ Theatre, “The Victory Revue of 1942,” Abraham Lincoln Centre, Chicago, 1942
Box 20 Folder 12 Programs, Culture, Cab Calloway, Hotel Sherman, Chicago, 1943
Box 20 Folder 13 Programs, Culture, Carol Brice, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, 10/8/1946
Box 20 Folder 14 Programs, Culture, Race Relations Sunday, Federal Council of Churches, New York, 2/14/1943
Box 20 Folder 15 Programs, Culture, Paul Robeson in Othello Stagebill, Erlanger Theatre, Chicago, 1945
Box 20 Folder 16 Programs, Culture, 7th Annual American Music Festival (Harmony Magazine), Chicago, July 1946
Box 20 Folder 17 Programs, Culture, Hazel Scott, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, ca. 1946
Box 20 Folder 18 Programs, Culture, Horace Cayton and Parkway Community House present Owen Dodson, The Hall, Chicago, 1/22/1947
Box 20 Folder 19 Programs, Culture, Carmencita Romero, “Pagan Drums,” DuSable Auditorium, Chicago, 3/1/1947
Box 20 Folder 20 Programs, Culture, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Summer School, Chicago, 6/30-8/8/1947
Box 20 Folder 21 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Mildred B. Haessler Ballet Group, Chicago, 1947
Box 20 Folder 22 Programs, Culture, Roland Hayes, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, ca. 1947
Box 20 Folder 22 Programs, Culture, Trial by Fire by George H. Dunne, S. J., The Players of Sheil House under the auspices of the CYO, Chicago, 5/7/1948
Box 20 Folder 23 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Mildred B. Haessler Ballet Group, Chicago, June 1948
Box 20 Folder 24 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sadie Bruce 17th Annual Dance Revue, Civic Opera House, Chicago, 1948
Box 20 Folder 25 Programs, Culture, 11th Annual Memorial Services, St. Mark’s Methodist Church, New York, 3/28/1948
Box 20 Folder 26 Programs, Culture, “March of Dimes,” Benefit for National Infantile Paralysis Foundation, Parkway Ballroom, Chicago, 2/15/1949
Box 20 Folder 27 Programs, Culture, East-West Baseball Classic, Comiskey Park, Chicago, 8/14/1949
Box 20 Folder 28 Programs, Culture, Ballet Theatre, Opera House, Chicago, 12/30/1949
Box 20 Folder 29 Programs, Culture, Cabaret Fiesta, the Gaffers, Chicago, 8/12/1950
Box 20 Folder 30 Programs, Culture, Yardbirds, Jazz Concert, Melody Casino, Chicago, August 1950
Box 20 Folder 31 Programs, Culture, ASP presents “Humanity Versus the H Bomb,” Midland Hotel Ballroom, Chicago, 5/3/1950
Box 20 Folder 32 Programs, Culture, Jimmy Payne Dancers in “Africapers,” Eighth Street Theatre, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 20 Folder 33 Programs, Culture, Jasper Bell, Du Sable High School, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 20 Folder 34 Programs, Culture, “Tribute to Mother,” Third Annual Classic of the Fine Arts Guild, 5/11/1952
Box 20 Folder 35 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Mildred B. Haessler Ballet Group, Chicago, 6/15/1952
Box 20 Folder 36 Programs, Culture, Jimmy Payne Afro-Ballet Concert, Eighth Street Theatre, Chicago, 4/12/1953
Box 20 Folder 37 Programs, Culture, Sadie Bruce Dance Revue, Civic Opera House, Chicago, 5/3/1953
Box 20 Folder 38 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sadie Bruce Dance Revue, Chicago, 1953
Box 20 Folder 39 Programs, Culture, Autograph Party for Gwendolyn Brooks and Margaret Burroughs, Trend Studio, Chicago, 12/16/1956
Box 20 Folder 40 Programs, Culture, Salute to Ghana, Trend Studio, 5/23/1957
Box 20 Folder 41 Programs, Culture, Josh White, Theodore Bikel, Sam Gary and Jo Mapes, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, 1/31/1958
Box 20 Folder 42 Programs, Culture, Emancipation Proclamation Day Celebration, Paul Laurence Dunbar School, Chicago, 9/21/1958
Box 20 Folder 43 Programs, Culture, Marvels of Emancipation: Motion Pictures on Africa, Dunbar School, Chicago, 9/21/1958
Box 20 Folder 44 Programs, Culture, Lift Every Voice, Metropolitan Funerals, Inc., Chicago, 1958
Box 20 Folder 45 Programs, Culture, Marian Anderson, University Auditorium, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 4/3/1959
Box 20 Folder 46 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, 1st Annual Exposition of the Negro in Business, The Coliseum, Chicago, 5/14-5/17/1959
Box 20 Folder 47 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sammy Dyer School of Dancing, Tele-Visions of 1959, Dunbar High School, Chicago, 6/5-6/6/1959
Box 20 Folder 48 Programs, Culture, Obsequies for the late Florida Thomas Sanford Bowdry, Berean Baptist Church, Chicago, 7/16/1960
Box 20 Folder 49 Programs, Culture, Tamunoomi West and Margaret Danner Musical Luncheon, 9/8/1960
Box 20 Folder 50 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sammy Dyer’s School of the Theatre, For Thee We Dance, Dunbar High School, Chicago, 11/21/1960
Box 20 Folder 51 Programs, Culture, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, 12/1-12/2/1960
Box 20 Folder 52 Programs, Culture, Negro Folk Rhythms Record Release Party, Phyllis Courrier’s Home, Chicago, 2/26/1961
Box 20 Folder 53 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sadie Bruce Dance Revue, Chicago, 5/7/1961
Box 21 Folder 1 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, 3rd Annual Exposition of the Negro in Business and Culture, The Coliseum, Chicago, 5/25-5/28/1961
Box 21 Folder 2 Programs, Culture, Burgess Meredith in Kicks & Co by Oscar Brown, Jr., Crown Theatre, Chicago, September 1961
Box 21 Folder 3 Programs, Culture, African Music at the Mbari, Ibadan, Nigeria, 11/22-11/25/1961
Box 21 Folder 4 Programs, Culture, Twist and African Highlife Dance, Pershing Ballroom, Chicago, 12/30/1961
Box 21 Folder 5 Programs, Culture, The Chicago Strings, European Tour, 5-6/1962
Box 21 Folder 6 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sammy Dyer School of the Theatre, Showtime ’62, Dunbar High School, Chicago, 11/3-11/4/1962
Box 21 Folder 7 Programs, Culture, Booklet, International Festival, Humboldt Park Civic Center, Chicago, ca. 1962
Box 21 Folder 8 Programs, Culture, Century of Negro Progress, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial, McCormick Place, Chicago, 8/16-9/2/1963
Box 21 Folder 9 Programs, Culture, Dedication Services, St. Paul Community Church, Washington Park YMCA, Chicago, 9/11/1963
Box 21 Folder 10 Programs, Culture, Lent Calendar, Chicago Temple, Chicago, 2-3/1964
Box 21 Folder 11 Programs, Culture, Bar Mitzvah of Martin Lee Block, Chicago, 10/4/1964
Box 21 Folder 12 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, Sammy Dyer School of the Theatre, The Wizard of Oz, Dunbar High School, Chicago, ca. 1964
Box 21 Folder 13 Programs, Culture, Worship Service, South Congregational Church, Pershing School, Chicago, 5/29/1966
Box 21 Folder 14 Programs, Culture, South Parkway Business Management Class Schedule, Chicago, September-December 1966
Box 21 Folder 15 Programs, Culture, Carter’s Boutique grand opening, Chicago, 9/24-9/25/1966
Box 21 Folder 16 Programs, Culture, Museum of African American History (with Margaret Burroughs etching of Fannie Lou Hamer), 1966
Box 21 Folder 17 Programs, Culture, Philip Cochran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble, Regal Theatre, Chicago, 6/2-6/4/1967
Box 21 Folder 18 Programs, Culture, William Marshall in “Our Lan’,” play by Theodore Ward, South Side Center for the Performing Arts, Chicago, 10/6/1967
Box 21 Folder 19 Programs, Culture, Center for Inner City Studies, Rapsodi in Black, Dunbar High School, Chicago, 8/10/1968
Box 21 Folder 20 Programs, Culture, Andre Watts, Chicago, ca. 1968
Box 21 Folder 21 Programs, Culture, Summer in Austin 1969, Chicago, ca. June 1969
Box 21 Folder 22 Programs, Culture, Chicago Business Opportunity Fair, International Amphitheatre, Chicago, 9/26-9/27/1969
Box 21 Folder 23 Programs, Culture, Black Expo, Chicago, 10/3-10/5/1969
Box 21 Folder 24 Programs, Culture, African Dance Company of Ghana, Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University, 11/10/1969
Box 21 Folder 25 Programs, Culture, Black Expo, “Rhythm Ain’t All We Got,” International Amphitheatre, Chicago, 11/11-11/15/1969
Box 21 Folder 26 Programs, Culture, Wesleyan Service Guild of St. James Methodist Church, An African Festival and Luau, Chicago, 11/21-11/22/1969
Box 21 Folder 27 Programs, Culture, Ebony Talent Associates, Inc., Chicago, ca. 1969
Box 21 Folder 28 Programs, Culture, “Vinnie Burows in Walk Together, Children,” DuSable Museum, Chicago, 2/12/1970
Box 21 Folder 29 Programs, Culture, Memorial of Elliott Albert Hunter, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, 3/1/1970
Box 21 Folder 30 Programs, Culture, “Paul Robeson 72nd Birthday Celebration,” Washington Park Field House, Chicago, 4/26/1970
Box 21 Folder 31 Programs, Culture, Chicago Printmakers’ Workshop, Inc., Class Schedule, Chicago, September-December 1970
Box 21 Folder 32 Programs, Culture, Chicago Business Opportunity Fair, Navy Pier, Chicago, 9/11-9/13/1970
Box 21 Folder 33 Programs, Culture, Emmanuel Caldwell, Town Hall, Chicago, 9/26/1970
Box 21 Folder 34 Programs, Culture, National Business League Convention, Washington, D.C., 9/30-10/3/1970
Box 21 Folder 35 Programs, Culture, Mather High School, Chicago, ca. 1970
Box 21 Folder 36 Programs, Culture, Photography of Youth Foundation, Chicago, 1971
Box 21 Folder 37 Programs, Culture, Julian Swain Inner City Dance Theatre Concert, Malcolm X College Theatre, Chicago, 4/30/1972
Box 21 Folder 38 Programs, Culture, Rock Music Festival, West Garfield Urban Progress Center, Chicago, 7/20/1972
Box 21 Folder 39 Programs, Culture, Selma Burke Art Center Spring Calendar, Pittsburgh, PA, 1972
Box 21 Folder 40 Programs, Culture, Souvenir Book, “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope (Micki Grant and Vinnette Carroll), Chicago, 1972
Box 21 Folder 41 Programs, Culture, Elam Home for Working Girls 50th Anniversary Benefit Tea and Open House, Chicago, 5/20/1973
Box 21 Folder 42 Programs, Culture, Emmanuel Caldwell, Carey A.M.E. Temple, Chicago, 11/4/1973
Box 21 Folder 43 Programs, Culture, Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre, Goodman Theatre Center, Chicago, 10/20/1975
Box 21 Folder 44 Programs, Culture, Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, Chicago, 11/28-11/30/1975
Box 21 Folder 45 Programs, Culture, Leontyne Price, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, 4/4/1976
Box 21 Folder 46 Programs, Culture, Metz T.P. Lochard Honors Luncheon, Center for Continuing Education, University of Chicago, 5/22/1976
Box 21 Folder 47 Programs, Culture, Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre, Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, 6/6/1976
Box 21 Folder 48 Programs, Culture, Chicago 140th Anniversary of Incorporation, Chicago, 3/4/1977
Box 21 Folder 49 Programs, Culture, Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 11/2/1977
Box 21 Folder 50 Programs, Culture, Chicago Public Library Calendar of Events, Chicago, March 1978
Box 21 Folder 51 Programs, Culture, Muntu Dance-Theatre, “Kwanza,” Chicago Public Library, Chicago, 12/27/1978
Box 21 Folder 52 Programs, Culture, Meds Mighty Men vs. WBMX Mad Cap Tigers, Malcolm X College, Chicago, 4/12/1979
Box 21 Folder 53 Programs, Culture, Chicago Trolley Meet, Midland Hotel, Chicago, 4/27-4/29/1979
Box 21 Folder 54 Programs, Culture, Veterans Dance, Malcolm X College, Chicago, 11/9/1979
Box 21 Folder 55 Programs, Culture, Black History Month, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, February 1980
Box 21 Folder 56 Programs, Culture, “Tribute to Gwendolyn Brooks,” Eugene Perkins Theater, Chicago, 2/14-3/30/1980
Box 21 Folder 57 Programs, Culture, World Community of Al-Islam in the West, “Mysteries,” Better Boys Foundation Family Center, Chicago, 3/21/1980
Box 21 Folder 58 Programs, Culture, Chicago Public Library Calendar of Events, Chicago, March 1980
Box 21 Folder 59 Programs, Culture, Ravinia Festival ’80, Chicago, 6/20-9/7/1980
Box 21 Folder 60 Programs, Culture, Chicago Council of Fine Arts Calendar of Events, Chicago, June 1980
Box 21 Folder 61 Programs, Culture, Focus on the Forties, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, June 1980
Box 21 Folder 62 Programs, Culture, Robert Winfred Ingram Retirement Celebration, Lexington House, Chicago, 7/12/1980
Box 21 Folder 63 Programs, Culture, Adult Education Seminars, Newberry Library, Chicago, October-December 1980
Box 21 Folder 64 Programs, Culture, All Star Revue, Chicago Theater, Chicago, 10/12/1980
Box 21 Folder 65 Programs, Culture, “Sasha Dalton Sings Dinah!” (Washington), Chicago, ca. October 1980
Box 21 Folder 66 Programs, Culture, Roosevelt University Theatre, The Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw, O’Malley Theatre, Chicago, ca. 1980
Box 21 Folder 67 Programs, Culture, Warp, Apollo Theatre Center, Chicago, ca. 1980
Box 21 Folder 68 Programs, Culture, Darlene Blackburn, African Dance, Chicago Public Library Lincoln Park Branch, Chicago, 1/23/1982
Box 21 Folder 69 Programs, Culture, Reception for Katherine Dunham Retrospective Festival, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, 3/23/1982
Box 21 Folder 70 Programs, Culture, Chicago Public Library Schedule, Chicago, April 1982
Box 21 Folder 71 Programs, Culture, A Tribute to Katherine Dunham: Pioneer of Modern Dance, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, 6/1-7/31/1982
Box 21 Folder 72 Programs, Culture, Katherine Dunham Retrospective Festival Fact Sheet, Chicago, 6/1982-10/9/1982
Box 21 Folder 73 Programs, Culture, Summer Programs for Children, Families and Teachers, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, 1982
Box 21 Folder 74 Programs, Culture, Blacklight: Festival of Black International Cinema, Chicago, 7/27-8/10/1984
Box 21 Folder 75 Programs, Culture, Philip Cohran, Ethnic Cultural Center Auditorium, Chicago, 8/31/1984
Box 21 Folder 76 Programs, Culture, Law and the Practicing Artist: A Seminar, Chicago Public Library, Chicago 12/1/1984
Box 21 Folder 77 Programs, Culture, Chicago Area Programs Calendar, Chicago, ca. 1984
Box 21 Folder 78 Programs, Culture, Film Premier, “Ornette: Made in America” (Ornette Coleman), Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, 5/22/1985
Box 21 Folder 79 Programs, Culture, Gil Scott Heron, Riviera Club, Chicago, 2/23/1986
Box 21 Folder 80 Programs, Culture, William Chavers Memorial, Chicago, 4/2/1986
Box 21 Folder 81 Programs, Culture, Academy Honors for Chicago’s Distinguished Artists, Hyatt Regency, Chicago, 4/21/1986
Box 21 Folder 82 Programs, Culture, Bulletin, Apostolic Faith Church, Chicago, 9/7/1986
Box 21 Folder 83 Programs, Culture, V-Connection Dancers, Kenwood Academy Auditorium, Chicago, 9/28/1986
Box 21 Folder 84 Programs, Culture, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Fall Lecture Series, Chicago, 1986
Box 22 Folder 1 Programs, Culture, African American Arts Month, African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, Chicago, 6/1-6/28/1987
Box 22 Folder 2 Programs, Culture, Funeral of Leonard Wood Scott, A.R. Leak Funeral Home, Chicago, 6/22/1987
Box 22 Folder 3 Programs, Culture, Funeral of Bettie Taylor, A.R. Leak Funeral Home, Chicago, 12/29/1987
Box 22 Folder 4 Programs, Culture, Chicago Sinfonietta Season Schedule, Chicago, 1987-1988
Box 22 Folder 5 Programs, Culture, Calendar of Free Events, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, September 1988
Box 22 Folder 6 Programs, Culture, Chicago Latino Film Festival, Chicago, 1988
Box 22 Folder 7 Programs, Culture, Les Miserables Souvenir Brochure, Chicago, 1988
Box 22 Folder 8 Programs, Culture, Dial-A-Poem, Chicago, 1988-1989
Box 22 Folder 9 Programs, Culture, Windsong featuring Angela Charles, Georges, Chicago, ca. 1988
Box 22 Folder 10 Programs, Culture, Worship Service, Hartzell Memorial United Methodist Church, Chicago, 4/6/1989
Box 22 Folder 11 Programs, Culture, Young Adults Sunday, Hartzell Memorial United Methodist Church, Chicago, 4/16/1989
Box 22 Folder 12 Programs, Culture, Fantasy Factory presents Thursday Nite Love Connection, Seagulls, Chicago, 5/11/1989
Box 22 Folder 13 Programs, Culture, Herbert George: Spatial Translations, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, 10/28/1989
Box 22 Folder 14 Programs, Culture, ABC Chicago, Art and Black Culture Directory, Chicago, ca. 1989
Box 22 Folder 15 Programs, Culture, “Salute to the Birth of the Black Child,” Odd But You Studio Museum for Humanity, Chicago, 2/25/1993
Box 22 Folder 16 Programs, Culture, Funeral of Fitzhugh D. Dinkins, Jackson Funeral Home, Chicago, 3/16/1993
Box 22 Folder 17 Programs, Culture, A Toast to the Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, 1/13/1994
Box 22 Folder 18 Programs, Culture, Salute Black Authors, John Williams and Kunjufu, 21st Century Books, Chicago, ca. 1990
Box 22 Folder 19 Programs, Culture, Richard J. Daley Civic Center Calendar, Chicago, November 1991
Box 22 Folder 20 Programs, Culture, Actors Club of Chicago, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 21 Programs, Culture, African Carnival: Songs and Dances of Nigeria, West Auditorium, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 22 Programs, Culture, Angelus Funeral Home, Unity Mutual Life Insurance, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 23 Programs, Culture, “Annie Get Your Gun,” Providence High School, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 24 Programs, Culture, Art and music classes, Abraham Lincoln School, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 25 Programs, Culture, Sadie Bruce Dance Revue program (cover only), Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 26 Programs, Culture, Calendar of Events, Christ Temple, Apostolic Faith Church, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 27 Programs, Culture, Cari’s Chateau School of Modeling and Charm, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 28 Programs, Culture, “Ceremonies in Dark Old Man” by Lonne Elder, Parkway Community House, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 29 Programs, Culture, Chicago Chamber Orchestra, The Cathedral of St. James, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 30 Programs, Culture, Chicago Senior Aides Project, Senior Citizens Community Service Corps, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 31 Programs, Culture, Chicago Urban League Benefit, Alcorn A&M vs. Grambling, Soldier Field, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 32 Programs, Culture, The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 33 Programs, Culture, Film, Pictura—Adventure in Art, Art Institute of Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 34 Programs, Culture, Films for Kids, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 35 Programs, Culture, Free Movie Theatre Tickets for the Public Theatre, Chicago [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 36 Programs, Culture, Free Street Theater, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 37 Programs, Culture, Hon. Elijah Muhammad Mosque No. 2 Invitation, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 38 Programs, Culture, Katherine Flowers Dancers, Premiere Studios (Old Rhumboogie), Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 39 Programs, Culture, Major Personalities in Afro-American Art, Motion Picture, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 40 Programs, Culture, Malcolm X Revue, Queen of the Hoods, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 41 Programs, Culture, Marian Anderson, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 42 Programs, Culture, Marriage of Clara Fortwell and Parker Endicott Marean Invitation, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 43 Programs, Culture, New York Philharmonic, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 44 Programs, Culture, Jimmy Payne Dancers in Primitive Dance Concert, Leon Mandel Hall, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 45 Programs, Culture, Pearl Primus, Du Sable High School, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 46 Programs, Culture, People’s Art: The Mural Movement in Chicago Communities, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 47 Programs, Culture, Quincy Club Dining Room Grand Opening, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 48 Programs, Culture, Radio Show, Alvenia M. Fulton, The Joy of Living, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 49 Programs, Culture, Paul Robeson, Civic Opera House, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 50 Programs, Culture, Royal African Puppets, “Safari,” Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 51 Programs, Culture, Theodore Charles Stone, Eleventh St. Theater, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 52 Programs, Culture, Kofi Tantuah, Ghanaian dance classes, Shore Music Studio, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 53 Programs, Politics, Debate, Can the Negro Survive as the Equal of the White Man, Metropolitan Community Center, Chicago, 1920s
Box 22 Folder 54 Programs, Politics, James W. Ford and William L. Patterson, Communist Party election flier, 1940
Box 22 Folder 55 Programs, Politics, “Get-Together” Meeting for NAACP Membership Drive workers, Corpus Christi Center, Chicago, 9/16/1946
Box 22 Folder 56 Programs, Politics, American Youth for Democracy Illinois-Indiana Region Convention, Parkway Ballroom, Chicago, 1/31-2/2/1947
Box 22 Folder 57 Programs, Politics, National Conference of Social Work, Atlantic City, NJ, 4/17-4/23/1948
Box 22 Folder 58 Programs, Politics, Conference on Civil Rights, UE Hall, Chicago, 3/12/1949
Box 22 Folder 59 Programs, Politics, Call for Peace Conference, St. James Methodist Church, Chicago, 5/29-5/30/1950
Box 22 Folder 60 Programs, Politics, NAACP flier, 1955
Box 22 Folder 61 Programs, Politics, Reception for Kwame Nkrumah, Woodrow Wilson Room, Chicago, 7/30/1958
Box 22 Folder 62 Programs, Politics, Elect Dr. T.R.M. Howard for 1st Congressional District, Chicago, 1958
Box 22 Folder 63 Programs, Politics, March for Freedom with Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Roy Wilkins, March on Conventions Movement, Chicago, 7/25/1960
Box 22 Folder 64 Programs, Politics, Alderman Claude Holman’s Fall Festival, McCormick Place, Chicago, 11/17/1961
Box 22 Folder 65 Programs, Politics, Martin Luther King at Illinois Rally for Civil Rights, Soldier Field, Chicago, 1964
Box 22 Folder 66 Programs, Politics, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Mississippi Summer Project, 1964
Box 22 Folder 67 Programs, Politics, Black Panther Party Free Prison Busing Program, Chicago, ca. 1969
Box 22 Folder 68 Programs, Politics, Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Operation Breadbasket, Don’t Buy at A&P, Chicago, ca. 1969
Box 22 Folder 69 Programs, Politics, NAACP Women’s Auxiliary 30th Anniversary Tea, Parkway Ballroom, Chicago, 4/5/1970
Box 22 Folder 70 Programs, Politics, Stop the Bombing of Cambodia, ca. 1970
Box 22 Folder 71 Programs, Politics, Gus Hall and Angela Davis for Communist Party ballot, 1972
Box 22 Folder 72 Programs, Politics, Robert H. Holloway for State Representative, Chicago, November 1972
Box 22 Folder 73 Programs, Politics, Demonstration against U.S. war on Angola, Chicago, ca. 1972
Box 22 Folder 74 Programs, Politics, Negro Labor Relations League Awards Ceremony, Washington, D.C., 10/8/1974
Box 22 Folder 75 Programs, Politics, National Black Police Convention, Los Angeles, 10/8-10/12/1974
Box 22 Folder 76 Programs, Politics, Herbert Aptheker Lecture, Midland Hotel, Adams Room, Chicago, 6/5/1977
Box 22 Folder 77 Programs, Politics, Anti-Apartheid Day, ca. 1977
Box 22 Folder 78 Programs, Politics, 1st Annual Independent Black Political Party Congress, Center for Inner City Studies, Chicago, 8/21-8/23/1981
Box 22 Folder 79 Programs, Politics, “Smash the KKK in Marquette Park!” International Committee Against Racism, Chicago, ca. 1981
Box 22 Folder 80 Programs, Politics, 1980s: “Black People and Politics,” University of Illinois Circle Center, Chicago, 1/28-1/29/1983
Box 22 Folder 81 Programs, Politics, Rally to Elect Charles Hayes, Liberty Baptist Church, Chicago, 1984
Box 22 Folder 82 Programs, Politics, Congresswoman Cardiss Collins, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday, Chicago, 1/20/1986
Box 22 Folder 83 Programs, Politics, Reception for Commissioner Jerry Butler, Fairmont Hotel, Chicago, 2/26/1988
Box 22 Folder 84 Programs, Politics, Black Independent Political Organization, “Dump Daley Rally,” Bethel AME Church, Chicago, 5/1/1993
Box 22 Folder 85 Programs, Politics, AFL-CIO, Consumer Boycott, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 86 Programs, Politics, AFL-CIO, Don’t Buy Imported Korean Clothing, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 87 Programs, Politics, On Strike: Don’t Buy Dresher Company Headboards, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 88 Programs, Politics, Oscar H. Haynes for Congress, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 89 Programs, Politics, Protest the Closing of Chicago Public Schools, Civic Center Plaza, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 90 Programs, Politics, “Reveal Daley with Walk,” Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 91 Programs, Politics, South Central Forum, South Central Association, [n.d.]
Box 22 Folder 92 Programs, Politics, William C. Davidson, “Fallout: When Do We Start to Worry?” Kenwood-Ellis Community Center, Chicago, [n.d.]
Series 9: Subject Research Files
Box 23 Folder 1 Subject Research Files, The Arts, “Songs and Spirituals of Negro Composition,” 1928
Box 23 Folder 2 Subject Research Files, The Arts, Artists Equity Association: A Report, February 1948
Box 23 Folder 3 Subject Research Files, The Arts, A Guide to Corporate Support of the Arts in Chicago, 1977
Box 23 Folder 4 Subject Research Files, The Arts, Chicago Artists-in-Residence Program, Application, ca. 1977
Box 23 Folder 5 Subject Research Files, The Arts, Guide to Careers in the Arts, 1978-1979
Box 23 Folder 6 Subject Research Files, The Arts, DuSable Museum 1983-1984 Annual Report, 1983
Box 23 Folder 7 Subject Research Files, The Arts, Illinois Arts Council Artists-in-Residence Program 1984-1985, 1984
Box 23 Folder 8 Subject Research Files, The Arts, Arthur Todd, “Negro-American Theatre Dance,” [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 9 Subject Research Files, Africa, Jackson Davis, Thomas Campbell and Margaret Wrong, “Liberia” pamphlet, 1946­
Box 23 Folder 10 Subject Research Files, Africa, Ghana booklet, ca. 1957
Box 23 Folder 11 Subject Research Files, Africa, Kenneth Bradley, “Britain’s Purpose in Africa,” 1959
Box 23 Folder 12 Subject Research Files, Africa, South African Organization for Advancement and Culture, “Education for the Bantu of South Africa,” ca. 1960
Box 23 Folder 13 Subject Research Files, Africa, Tanganyika, ca. 1963
Box 23 Folder 14 Subject Research Files, Africa, Pan-African Students Organization in the Americas, Africa Freedom Day 1966 booklet, 1966
Box 23 Folder 15 Subject Research Files, Africa, “African History Artifacts and Culture,” Black Studies materials flier, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 16 Subject Research Files, Africa, Africa Ports, Inc. flier, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 17 Subject Research Files, Africa, Afro-Textile, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 18 Subject Research Files, Africa, Map, Belgian Congo, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 19 Subject Research Files, Africa, Map of Ghana, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 20 Subject Research Files, Africa, Sticks and Stones: A New Gallery and Craft Shop, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 21 Subject Research Files, Africa, Tourist Brochure, Belgian Congo, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 22 Subject Research Files, Business, “Ask P.I.O.—He Knows” booklet, ca. 1949
Box 23 Folder 23 Subject Research Files, Business, Notes on Supervision, 3/7/1961
Box 23 Folder 24 Subject Research Files, Business, “Training Unemployables for Careers in Banking” booklet, ca. 1968
Box 23 Folder 25 Subject Research Files, Business, Working Capital at “Pre-Inflation” Interest Rates, May 1970
Box 23 Folder 26 Subject Research Files, Business, “The Black Book of Executive Politics,” [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 27 Subject Research Files, Business, List of Members of the OIC National Industry Advisory Council, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 28 Subject Research Files, Business, Patent-Rights Instructions, [n.d.]
Box 23 Folder 29 Subject Research Files, Chicago, National Youth Administration, “The Resident Training Program in Illinois,” 1/25/1939
Box 23 Folder 30 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Robbins Lodge, operated by Hyde Park YMCA, 5/7/1950
Box 23 Folder 31 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Chicago Metropolitan Mutual Insurance Company 1954 Report, 1954
Box 23 Folder 32 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Fair Employment Practices Commission Annual Report, 1962
Box 23 Folder 33 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Gwendolyn Brooks interview, ca. 1966
Box 23 Folder 34 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Southern Christian Leadership Conference Operation Breadbasket Political Education Division, “Guide Line for Instructors,” ca. 1969
Box 23 Folder 35 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Chicago Opportunities Industrialization Center Packet, 1970
Box 23 Folder 36 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Greater Lawndale Conservation Commission Annual Report, 1970
Box 23 Folder 37 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Abraham Lincoln Centre flier, ca. 1970
Box 23 Folder 38 Subject Research Files, Chicago, “A Proposal for Funding and Family Planning,” 4/1/70-3/31/1971
Box 23 Folder 39 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Directory of Lawndale Services, 1970-1971
Box 23 Folder 40 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Cook County Office of Economic Opportunity Application materials, ca. 1971
Box 23 Folder 41 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Home (nonprofit housing corporation) document packet, 1971-1972
Box 23 Folder 42 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Community Digest , July-August 1973
Box 23 Folder 43 Subject Research Files, Chicago, T.W.O. for Two Decades: A Twenty Year Comprehensive Plan for the Woodlawn Community, April 1976
Box 24 Folder 1 Subject Research Files, Chicago, History of the Wabash YMCA, 1978
Box 24 Folder 2 Subject Research Files, Chicago, I Search: A Program for Missing and Exploited Children packet, ca. 1986
Box 24 Folder 3 Subject Research Files, Chicago, “A Demonstration of Self-Help in the Ghetto,” Community Renewal Society, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 4 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations flier, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 5 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Membership Form, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 6 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Chicago Defender Profile, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 7 Subject Research Files, Chicago, “Historical Information about Chicago,” [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 8 Subject Research Files, Chicago, Robert Katz, “The Northwest Suburban Housing Crisis,” [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 9 Subject Research Files, Chicago, List of Night Entertainment Spots in Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 10 Subject Research Files, Chicago, State Street Council, “That Great Street” Guide, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 11 Subject Research Files, Education, Chicago Public Library Bibliography on the Negro, ca. 1950
Box 24 Folder 12 Subject Research Files, Education, History of the Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Company of Chicago, December 1952
Box 24 Folder 13 Subject Research Files, Education, Report on new construction at Howard University, ca. 1956
Box 24 Folder 14 Subject Research Files, Education, Report on Financial Aid for Black Students, November 1958
Box 24 Folder 15 Subject Research Files, Education, Spelman College, ca. 1959
Box 24 Folder 16 Subject Research Files, Education, “American Negro in Bible Prophecy” booklet, 1966
Box 24 Folder 17 Subject Research Files, Education, Ajayi Ogunmola, “Time to be Angry and Black,” July 1968
Box 24 Folder 18 Subject Research Files, Education, Colleges of Atlanta: The Shaping of Leadership, Winter 1968
Box 24 Folder 19 Subject Research Files, Education, “We the Black People of the United States,” ca. 1968
Box 24 Folder 20 Subject Research Files, Education, “About Black Americans,” history booklet, 1969
Box 24 Folder 21 Subject Research Files, Education, Olive-Harvey College mailer, ca. 1970
Box 24 Folder 22 Subject Research Files, Education, “Our Voice: Poetry by Black Children,” ca. 1971
Box 24 Folder 23 Subject Research Files, Education, Angela Smith, “The Enemy Intruder” Coloring Workbook, 1973
Box 24 Folder 24 Subject Research Files, Education, Multimedia Materials for Black or Integrated Studies, Afro-Am Publishing Co., 1974
Box 24 Folder 25 Subject Research Files, Education, “Exceptional Black Scientists” booklet, August 1985
Box 24 Folder 26 Subject Research Files, Education, Malcolm X College 1986-1988 Catalog, 1986
Box 24 Folder 27 Subject Research Files, Education, Cooperative Education Program: General Information Booklet, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 28 Subject Research Files, Education, “The Negro, Too, in American History,” [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 29 Subject Research Files, Education, “A Study Guide to Two Novels by Alice Childress,” [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 30 Subject Research Files, Education, United Negro College Fund flier, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 31 Subject Research Files, Education, Use of Charts and Graphs, [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 32 Subject Research Files, Politics, “Are You One of the 5 Million?” Daily Worker booklet against Hearst newspapers, ca. 1936
Box 24 Folder 33 Subject Research Files, Politics, “A Negro Nurse in Republican Spain” (Salaria Kee in the Spanish Civil War), ca. 1939
Box 24 Folder 34 Subject Research Files, Politics, Labor-Management Committee Wartime flier, War Production Board, ca. 1942-1945
Box 24 Folder 35 Subject Research Files, Politics, “Keep Up the Good Fight,” Chicago NAACP Double Victory flier, ca. 1943
Box 24 Folder 36 Subject Research Files, Politics, CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), “Escape” pamphlet, 1944
Box 24 Folder 37 Subject Research Files, Politics, American Youth for Democracy, Louis E. Burnham, “Smash the Chains,” 1946
Box 24 Folder 38 Subject Research Files, Politics, United Negro and Allied Veterans of America pamphlet, 1946
Box 24 Folder 39 Subject Research Files, Politics, Reverend D.J. Corrigan, “Message to Negroes,” March 1947
Box 24 Folder 40 Subject Research Files, Politics, Progressive Citizens of America Year Book and Buyers Guide, 1948
Box 24 Folder 41 Subject Research Files, Politics, Prisoners’ Relief Committee flier, ca. 1949
Box 24 Folder 42 Subject Research Files, Politics, “A Bill of Rights for all UAW Members,” ca. 1950
Box 24 Folder 43 Subject Research Files, Politics, T.R.M. Howard for Congress, ca. 1958
Box 24 Folder 44 Subject Research Files, Politics, Doris Saunders, The Day They Marched , March on Washington Commemorative Book, 1963
Box 24 Folder 45 Subject Research Files, Politics, Community magazine flier, ca. 1964
Box 24 Folder 46 Subject Research Files, Politics, “Hate in the U.S.A.,” ca. 1965
Box 24 Folder 47 Subject Research Files, Politics, Erwin A. France for Congress, 1971
Box 24 Folder 48 Subject Research Files, Politics, Communist Party statement on Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, ca. 1974
Box 24 Folder 49 Subject Research Files, Politics, Paul Robeson, ca. 1975
Box 24 Folder 50 Subject Research Files, Politics, “Reagan and the Radical Right have an unfinished agenda...” (National Committee for an Effective Congress booklet), 1984
Box 24 Folder 51 Subject Research Files, Politics, Harold Washington, 1987
Box 24 Folder 52 Subject Research Files, Politics, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, 1989
Box 24 Folder 53 Subject Research Files, Politics, Rose Robinson, “Challenge Your Conscience,” [n.d.]
Box 24 Folder 54 Subject Research Files, Politics, Social-Revolutionary Anarchist Federation, [n.d.]
Series 10: Art Studies
Box 25 Folder 1 Art Studies, African Art Gallery Fund, Detroit Institute of Arts, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 2 Art Studies, African Art: The May Weber Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 3 Art Studies, African Sculpture, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 4 Art Studies, Afrikanische Bronzen , text by Annemarie Schweeger-Hefel, 1948
Box 25 Folder 5 Art Studies, American Artist , cover, January 1948
Box 25 Folder 6 Art Studies, Arizona Highways , July 1956
Box 25 Folder 7 Art Studies, Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report, 1978-1980
Box 25 Folder 8 Art Studies, Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report, 1967-1968
Box 25 Folder 9 Art Studies, Art Institute of Chicago Gift Selections for 1981, 1981
Box 25 Folder 10 Art Studies, Art Institute of Chicago, 64th American Exhibition: Paintings, Sculpture, 1961
Box 25 Folder 11 Art Studies, Art Institute Presents Toulouse-Lautrec, July 1949
Box 25 Folder 12 Art Studies, Art Seminars in the Home, Metropolitan Museum of Art, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 13 Art Studies, Ballet Theatre, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 14 Art Studies, Ballet Theatre, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 15 Art Studies, Beauty Through the Ages: Raphael Groppi Studio, [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 16 Art Studies, Beckmann: Der Maler, 1957
Box 25 Folder 17 Art Studies, Books from the Museum of Modern Art (New York), [n.d.]
Box 25 Folder 18 Art Studies, Course Description, Contemporary Art and Photography: Theoretical Commonalities, Northern Illinois University, 7/23/1979
Box 25 Folder 19 Art Studies, Contemporary Art of Senegal, 1980
Box 25 Folder 20 Art Studies, Cry for Justice (Chicago Black and Latino Art), Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Women of North America, AFL-CIO, ca. 1967
Box 25 Folder 21 Art Studies, Deutsche Kunst Und Dekoration, June 1931
Box 25 Folder 22 Art Studies, “Drawings for Dixon,” (artwork at Dixon State School), ca. 1968
Box 25 Folder 23 Art Studies, Exhibition for Henri Matisse, 1952
Box 25 Folder 24 Art Studies, Honore Daumier: Politicals, Medicals, Legals, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 1 Art Studies, Leger by Katherine Kuh, 1953
Box 26 Folder 2 Art Studies, Masterpieces of Italian Art, Informally Discussed by C.J. Bulliet, 1939
Box 26 Folder 3 Art Studies, Miro: 1924-1940, text by Guy Weelen, 1960
Box 26 Folder 4 Art Studies, Museum of Contemporary Art: The Reality of a Dream, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 5 Art Studies, “New York’s Negro Types as Observed by Our Artist,” sketches by Covarrubias, 1930s
Box 26 Folder 6 Art Studies, Nus: Photos Originales d’Andre de Dienes, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 7 Art Studies, Peinture Francaise, Vol. 1, Collection des Maitres, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 8 Art Studies, Peinture Francaise, Vol. III, Collection des Maitres, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 9 Art Studies, Pictures to Be Read, Poetry to be Seen, Museum of Contemporary Art, 10/24-12/3/1967
Box 26 Folder 10 Art Studies, Raoul Dufy, 1952
Box 26 Folder 11 Art Studies, Rapidol: 4 Star Albums of 1944 Advance Hair Styles, 1944
Box 26 Folder 12 Art Studies, Rembrandt , text by Wilhelm Koehler, 1953
Box 26 Folder 13 Art Studies, Ringmaster: The World in Caricature, ed. by Harry McGuire, May 1936
Box 26 Folder 14 Art Studies, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago: A Brochure, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 15 Art Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of Student Work, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 16 Art Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Course Catalog, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 17 Art Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Evening and Saturday Schools, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 18 Art Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago: The Junior School, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 19 Art Studies, Thomas Wood Stevens, “The Globe Theatre” booklet, 1934
Box 26 Folder 20 Art Studies, Stile, cover, February 1946
Box 26 Folder 21 Art Studies, Six Washington Masters: Richard Dempsey, Lois Jones, Delilah Pierce, James Porter, Alma Thomas, James Wells, [n.d.]
Box 26 Folder 22 Art Studies, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine, July-August 1947
Box 26 Folder 23 Art Studies, Surrealism and the Afro-American Artist , 1980s
Box 26 Folder 24 Art Studies, The Temptation of St. Anthony, 1946-1947
Box 26 Folder 25 Art Studies, Vanity Fair , cover, January 1931
Box 26 Folder 26 Art Studies, Westvaco: Inspirations for Printers , No. 142, 1943
Box 26 Folder 27 Art Studies, The Winterbotham Collection, Art Institute of Chicago, 1947
Series 11: Serials
Box 27 Folder 1 Serials, A.D.C.C. Bulletin , Late Winter issue, ca. 1957
Box 27 Folder 2 Serials, Afro Scholar Newsletter , Fall 1983
Box 27 Folder 3 Serials, The Alumni Bulletin , Vol. 6, No. 4, November 1940
Box 27 Folder 4 Serials, American Artist Vol. 28, No. 5, May 1964
Box 27 Folder 5 Serials, The American Legion Magazine , February 1973
Box 27 Folder 6 Serials, The American Magazine of Art , Vol. 12, No. 12, December 1921
Box 27 Folder 8 Serials, Anarchist Black Cross , No. 3, November-January, ca. 1973
Box 27 Folder 9 Serials, The Art Digest , Vol. 21, No. 17, 6/1/1947
Box 27 Folder 10 Serials, Art Digest , 3/15/1953
Box 27 Folder 11 Serials, The Arts Illinois , November-December 1978
Box 27 Folder 12 Serials, The Arts Illinois , 9/10/1979
Box 27 Folder 13 Serials, Art and Industry , April 1949
Box 27 Folder 14 Serials, The Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly , Vol. XLVII, No. 1, 2/1/1953
Box 27 Folder 15 Serials, Art News , 12/1-12/14/1941
Box 27 Folder 16 Serials, Art News , December 1949
Box 27 Folder 17 Serials, Art Work , Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1938
Box 27 Folder 18 Serials, Arts , September 1958
Box 27 Folder 19 Serials, The Austin Voice , Vol. 3, No. 12, June 1988
Box 27 Folder 20 Serials, The Baton , Vol. 17, No. 4, Fourth Quarter 1967
Box 27 Folder 21 Serials, Bead Journal , Winter 1976
Box 27 Folder 22 Serials, Black America , Vol. 2, No. 5, 1972
Box 27 Folder 23 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1976
Box 27 Folder 24 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 1976
Box 27 Folder 25 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 1, No. 3, Spring 1977
Box 27 Folder 26 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 11, No. 4, Summer 1977
Box 27 Folder 27 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 1977
Box 27 Folder 28 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1977
Box 27 Folder 29 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 2, No. 3, Spring 1978
Box 27 Folder 30 Serials, Black Art , Vol. 2, No. 4, Summer 1978
Box 28 Folder 1 Serials, The Black Book , 1971
Box 28 Folder 2 Serials, The Black Book , 1973
Box 28 Folder 3 Serials, Black Collegian , Vol. 6, No. 1, September-October 1975
Box 28 Folder 4 Serials, Black Theatre , No. 2, 1968
Box 28 Folder 5 Serials, Black Truth , Vol. II, No. 1, 1/2/1969
Box 28 Folder 6 Serials, Black World , April 1976
Box 28 Folder 7 Serials, Black Writers’ News , Vol. 2, No. 5, Spring Quarter 1975
Box 28 Folder 8 Serials, Blackbook’s Quarterly Report , ca. 1987
Box 28 Folder 9 Serials, Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago , Vol. 34, No. 2, February 1940
Box 28 Folder 10 Serials, The C.A.C. World , Vol. II, No. 2, February 1987
Box 28 Folder 11 Serials, The Capitol , Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1946
Box 28 Folder 12 Serials, The Cart , Vol. 1, No. 3, July 1961
Box 28 Folder 13 Serials, The Cart , Vol. 1, No. 1, April 1961
Box 28 Folder 14 Serials, The Cart , Chicago Arts, Vol. 3, No. 4, May-June 1980
Box 28 Folder 15 Serials, Chicago Assyrian , August 1986
Box 28 Folder 16 Serials, Chicago Jazz Weekly , Vol. 1, No. 5, 5/29-6/4/1991
Box 28 Folder 17 Serials, Chicago Defender , Vol. XLIII, No. 22, 9/13/1947
Box 28 Folder 18 Serials, The Chicago Housing Authority Times , October 1986
Box 28 Folder 19 Serials, Chicago Independent Bulletin , Vol. 11, No. 2, 7/28/1983
Box 28 Folder 20 Serials, Chicago Magazine , September 1956
Box 28 Folder 21 Serials, Chicago Rap , Vol. 2, No. 36, 12/11/1972
Box 28 Folder 22 Serials, Chicagoland Monthly , June 1979
Box 28 Folder 23 Serials, Congress , Vol. 34, No. 4, 2/20/1967
Box 28 Folder 24 Serials, The Connoisseur , July 1936
Box 28 Folder 25 Serials, Crane College Clarion , Vol. 22, No. 8, 2/21/1969
Box 28 Folder 26 Serials, Community Digest , July-August 1973
Box 28 Folder 27 Serials, Creative Art , Vol. 8, No. 2, February 1931
Box 28 Folder 28 Serials, Creative Art , Vol. 8, No. 6, June 1931
Box 29 Folder 1 Serials, The Crisis , July 1937
Box 29 Folder 2 Serials, The Crisis , January 1945
Box 29 Folder 3 Serials, The Crisis , April 1961
Box 29 Folder 4 Serials, The Crisis , March 1970
Box 29 Folder 5 Serials, Dance , October 1952
Box 29 Folder 6 Serials, Dance , May 1953
Box 29 Folder 7 Serials, Dance , May 1946
Box 29 Folder 8 Serials, Dance , September 1946
Box 29 Folder 9 Serials, Dixon State School Reporter , Vol. XII, No. 23, 11/5/1968
Box 29 Folder 10 Serials, East African Annual , 1956-1957
Box 29 Folder 11 Serials, Easterner , September 1946
Box 29 Folder 12 Serials, Ebony Jr.! , February 1979
Box 29 Folder 13 Serials, Elegant , Vol. 1, No. 5, 1960
Box 29 Folder 14 Serials, Eyes , Vol. 1, No. 3, June 1946
Box 29 Folder 15 Serials, Fighting Talk , Vol. 13, No. 9, December 1959
Box 29 Folder 16 Serials, Flash , Vol. 2, No. 6, November 1942
Box 29 Folder 17 Serials, Flash , August 1950
Box 29 Folder 18 Serials, Focus on Fashion , Winter 1979-1980
Box 29 Folder 19 Serials, Gebrauchsgraphik , December 1953
Box 29 Folder 20 Serials, Ghana Today , Vol. 10, No. 9, 6/29/1966
Box 29 Folder 21 Serials, Globe , March 1937
Box 29 Folder 22 Serials, Hampton-Clark News , Vol. 4, No. 5, December 1977
Box 29 Folder 23 Serials, Hark , January 1959
Box 29 Folder 24 Serials, Hark , April 1959
Box 29 Folder 25 Serials, Haymarket , Vol. 1, No. 6, June 1981
Box 29 Folder 26 Serials, Impact , Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1972
Box 29 Folder 27 Serials, Impact , Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1972
Box 29 Folder 28 Serials, Impact , October 1976
Box 29 Folder 29 Serials, Impact , 1976
Box 29 Folder 30 Serials, Impacto , Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1976
Box 29 Folder 31 Serials, Infinity , January 1970
Box 29 Folder 32 Serials, Inspiration for Printers , No. 141, ca. 1942
Box 29 Folder 33 Serials, Intercom , Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1972
Box 29 Folder 34 Serials, Intercom , Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1972
Box 29 Folder 35 Serials, International World , Vol. 1, No. 5, 1/27/1968
Box 30 Folder 1 Serials, Junior Arts and Activities , February 1955
Box 30 Folder 2 Serials, Journal of Negro Life in Chicago , Chicago Urban League, April 1941
Box 30 Folder 3 Serials, Lake Shore Gazette , ca. 1969
Box 30 Folder 4 Serials, Listen , November 1944
Box 30 Folder 5 Serials, The Magazine of American Art , Vol. 16, No. 9, September 1925
Box 30 Folder 6 Serials, Magazine of Art , Vol. 37, No. 4, April 1944
Box 30 Folder 7 Serials, Magazine of the Future , Vol. 3, No. 7, 1948/9
Box 30 Folder 8 Serials, The Message Magazine , Vol. 23, No. 4, July-August 1966
Box 30 Folder 9 Serials, Millar’s Chicago Letter , Vol. 2, No. 16, 4/24/1940
Box 30 Folder 10 Serials, Modern Black Men , March 1986
Box 30 Folder 11 Serials, Monthly Bulletin , Vol. 43, No. 5, May 1963
Box 30 Folder 12 Serials, Muhammad Speaks , 12/20/1968
Box 30 Folder 13 Serials, Muhammad Speaks , 12/27/1974
Box 31 Folder 1 Serials, National Memo , August 1970
Box 31 Folder 2 Serials, Negro Digest , November 1950
Box 31 Folder 3 Serials, Negro Digest , September 1963
Box 31 Folder 4 Serials, Negro History Folder , February 1947
Box 31 Folder 5 Serials, Negro Story , December 1945-January 1946
Box 31 Folder 6 Serials, New Birth , Vol.1, No. 4, July 1972
Box 31 Folder 7 Serials, The New Crusader , Vol. 24, No. 45, 4/17/1965
Box 31 Folder 8 Serials, The New Crusader , Vol. 34, No. 37, 2/15/1975
Box 31 Folder 9 Serials, New Ghana , 3/6/1958
Box 31 Folder 10 Serials, New Ghana , Vol. 3, No. 1, 3/4/1959
Box 31 Folder 11 Serials, The New Liberator , Vol. 3, No. 1, March 1980
Box 31 Folder 12 Serials, News Story , October 1944
Box 31 Folder 13 Serials, Now! , 11/17/1961
Box 31 Folder 14 Serials, Now! , May-June 1966
Box 31 Folder 15 Serials, Orchestra World , November 1939
Box 31 Folder 16 Serials, Panorama , 3/18/1964
Box 31 Folder 17 Serials, Park Ways , September 1945
Box 31 Folder 18 Serials, Perspective , Vol. 10, No. 12, December 1961
Box 31 Folder 19 Serials, Perspective , July 1963
Box 31 Folder 20 Serials, Phaidon , 1969/1970
Box 31 Folder 21 Serials, The Pilot , 1st Quarter 1952
Box 31 Folder 22 Serials, The Plain Truth , March 1987
Box 31 Folder 23 Serials, Poetry , No. 1, March-April 1956
Box 31 Folder 24 Serials, The Progressive , October 1989
Box 31 Folder 25 Serials, Project News , WPA Professional and Service Division, Chicago, May 1940
Box 31 Folder 26 Serials, Reader , Vol. 12, No. 34, 5/27/1983
Box 31 Folder 27 Serials, Renewal , August 1966
Box 31 Folder 28 Serials, Renewal , April-May 1967
Box 31 Folder 29 Serials, Renewal , January-February 1968
Box 31 Folder 30 Serials, Renewal , April 1968
Box 31 Folder 31 Serials, Renewal , November 1968
Box 31 Folder 32 Serials, Renewal , Vol. 9, No. 3, March 1969
Box 32 Folder 1 Serials, Sepia Hollywood , September 1946
Box 32 Folder 2 Serials, Skyline , 7/23/1987
Box 32 Folder 3 Serials, Smart Woman , November 1947
Box 32 Folder 4 Serials, South Shore Scene , Vol. 20, No. 23, 11/14/1979
Box 32 Folder 5 Serials, Stagebill , November 1959
Box 32 Folder 6 Serials, The Studio , Vol. 90, No. 393, December 1925
Box 32 Folder 7 Serials, Studio Notes , [n.d.]
Box 32 Folder 8 Serials, TAC , March 1939
Box 32 Folder 9 Serials, Tan , September 1971
Box 32 Folder 10 Serials, Today’s Art , Vol. II, No. 2, 2/1/1954
Box 32 Folder 11 Serials, Together , June 1968
Box 32 Folder 12 Serials, Tops , August 1946
Box 32 Folder 13 Serials, Update , Fall 1990
Box 32 Folder 14 Serials, US Quarterly , Vol. 3, 1979
Box 33 Folder 1 Serials, Villager , No. 4, 6/15/1963
Box 33 Folder 2 Serials, Villager , February 1964
Box 33 Folder 3 Serials, Vista Volunteer , Vol. 5, No. 8, August 1969
Box 33 Folder 4 Serials, The Voice , Vol. 4, No. 8, June 1943
Box 33 Folder 5 Serials, The Voice , Vol. 4, No. 10, August 1943
Box 33 Folder 6 Serials, The Voice , Vol. 4, No. 11, September 1943
Box 33 Folder 7 Serials, The Washington Gallery/Museum News , Vol. 1, No. 1, September 1983
Box 33 Folder 8 Serials, Washington Report , Vol. 9, No. 41, 10/27/1969
Box 33 Folder 9 Serials, The Week in Chicago , 3/23/1963
Box 33 Folder 10 Serials, West Side Torch , 2/13-2/27/1970
Box 33 Folder 11 Serials, What’s New , No. 208, Early Winter 1958
Box 33 Folder 12 Serials, With the People , Vol. 2, No. 2, ca. 1969
Box 33 Folder 13 Serials, The Worker , Vol. 27, No. 9, 3/2/1952
Box 33 Folder 14 Serials, Workers World , Vol. 17, No. 41, 10/24/1975
Box 33 Folder 15 Serials, Workers World , Vol. 22, No. 41, 10/17/1980
Box 33 Folder 16 Serials, ’47 , April 1947
Box 33 Folder 17 Serials, ’47 , August 1947
Oversized Serials
Box 34 Folder 1 Serials, California Arts and Architecture , November 1941
Box 34 Folder 2 Serials, Color , Vol. 5, No. 1, May 1949
Box 34 Folder 3 Serials, Drum , June 1961
Box 34 Folder 4 Serials, Holiday (cover), February 1949
Box 34 Folder 5 Serials, The National Police Gazette , January 1950
Box 34 Folder 6 Serials, New York Times Supplement , prepared by the National Urban League, 1/17/1960
Box 34 Folder 7 Serials, PD Action Tab , 1/31/1975
Box 34 Folder 8 Serials, Sepia , May 1960
Box 34 Folder 9 Serials, Sepia , April 1972
Box 34 Folder 10 Serials, Soviet Woman , October 1968
Box 34 Folder 11 Serials, Tone , January 1960?
Box 34 Folder 12 Serials, Tone , February 1960
Box 34 Folder 13 Serials, Tone , March 1960
Box 34 Folder 14 Serials, Tone , April 1960
Box 34 Folder 15 Serials, Tone , May 1960
Box 34 Folder 16 Serials, Tone , June 1960
Box 34 Folder 17 Serials, Tone , July 1960
Box 34 Folder 18 Serials, Tone , August 1960
Box 34 Folder 19 Serials, Tone , September 1960
Box 34 Folder 20 Serials, Tone , October 1960
Box 34 Folder 21 Serials, Tone , November 1960
Box 34 Folder 22 Serials, Tone , ca. 1960
Box 34 Folder 23 Serials, Tuesday , December 1967
Box 34 Folder 24 Serials, Tuesday , December 1970
Box 34 Folder 25 Serials, Tuesday , October 1971
Box 34 Folder 26 Serials, Tuesday , October 1972
Series 12: Clippings
Box 35 Folder 1 Clippings, Aleen Wetstein, “The Life of the Party,” College Humor , September 1932
Box 35 Folder 2 Clippings, “First Sumerian Cult-Statues ever found,” Illustrated London News , 5/19/1934
Box 35 Folder 3 Clippings, Captions, “The Red Face of Fever” and “The Unpupiled Eyes of Blindness,” July 1937, [n.p]
Box 35 Folder 4 Clippings, “Many Stellar Lights Out to Hear of Life in Soviet Russia,” 1930s, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 5 Clippings, Cover of Magazine of Art , April 1942
Box 35 Folder 6 Clippings, Earl Brown, “Joe Louis, The Champion, Idol of His Race, Sets a Good Example of Conduct,” ca. 1942, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 7 Clippings, Canteen Hosters Cover, The Crisis , June 1943
Box 35 Folder 8 Clippings, Cover, American Artist , March 1944
Box 35 Folder 9 Clippings, “Fletcher Martin: some drawings made on the African front,” Life , March 1944
Box 35 Folder 10 Clippings, Cover of Art News , 4/1-4/14/1944
Box 35 Folder 11 Clippings, Palmer’s “Skin Success” advertisement, January 1945, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 12 Clippings, “An Anniversary—Unforgotten,” April 1946, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 13 Clippings, Covers, Interior , November 1946 and August 1947
Box 35 Folder 14 Clippings, “Restrictive Covenant Time Bomb Threatens 3,000 Chicago Families,” Chicago Defender , 8/2/1947
Box 35 Folder 15 Clippings, Time cover, Louis Armstrong, Time , 2/21/1949
Box 35 Folder 16 Clippings, “Lena, Is It True What They Say?” 1940s, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 17 Clippings, on Canada Lee, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 18 Clippings, “In Memoriam: Fats Navarro,” ca. 1950, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 19 Clippings, “African Art Topic on Oct. 15: League Meeting to Feature McBride, Turner, Staff Show,” ca. October 1953, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 20 Clippings, Time cover, Haiti President Paul Magloire, Time , 2/22/1954
Box 35 Folder 21 Clippings, “Edward Betts discusses his Lacauer Paintings,” American Artist , March 1955
Box 35 Folder 22 Clippings, “Two Footnotes on Montgomery,” Liberation , April 1956
Box 35 Folder 23 Clippings, Jacquard weaving, Interiors , November 1958
Box 35 Folder 24 Clippings, “Attitudes toward Negroes in art have changed radically,” ca. 1958, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 25 Clippings, various articles, Pittsburgh Courier , 5/30/1959
Box 35 Folder 26 Clippings, “Pretty, Pert Ballerinas,” Chicago Daily News , 6/11/1959
Box 35 Folder 27 Clippings, Time cover, Kenya’s Tom Mboya, Time , 3/7/1960
Box 35 Folder 28 Clippings, “Museum Gives Outsmart Automation,” Midwest Magazine , 4/29/1962
Box 35 Folder 29 Clippings, Villager cover, Villager , January 1964
Box 35 Folder 30 Clippings, “Hear Phil Lind talk with Malcolm X,” Chicago Daily News , 2/26/1965
Box 35 Folder 31 Clippings, “Daley Tried a Frame-up, Lightfoot Says,” Chicago Sun-Times, 5/8/1966
Box 35 Folder 32 Clippings, “Elect ‘Bill’ Cousins April 14th,” Chicago Daily News , 3/20/1967
Box 35 Folder 33 Clippings, cover, Soviet Woman , November 1968
Box 35 Folder 34 Clippings, L.F. Palmer, Jr., “Remembering Paul Robeson,” Chicago Daily News , 4/11-4/12/1970
Box 35 Folder 35 Clippings, Hasan Sherieffi, “Pencil Acrobatics,” Chicago Defender , 5/14/1973
Box 35 Folder 36 Clippings, “Black Venus,” Time , 4/21/1975
Box 35 Folder 37 Clippings, Michael Zielenziger, “TWO Leader Finney in fight for life,” Chicago Sun-Times , 2/20/1978
Box 35 Folder 38 Clippings, Obituaries, Betty Jean Lockett, Ann Arbor News , 8/12/1980
Box 35 Folder 39 Clippings, Vincent F.A. Golphin, “The Evan-Tibbs Collection: an African Delight,” VAS , July-August 1982
Box 35 Folder 40 Clippings, “Black Astronaut to visit Chicago State,” Chicago Independent Bulletin , 9/15/1982
Box 35 Folder 41 Clippings, Doug Hawthorne, “Harvest of Plenty,” May 1984, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 42 Clippings, James S. Gracey, “Black history and the Coast Guard,” Commandant’s Bulletin , 2/14/1986
Box 35 Folder 43 Clippings, Tom Maier, “Chicago’s musical past sets historians reeling,” Chicago Sun-Times , 4/4/1983
Box 35 Folder 44 Clippings, on WPA Arts Project exhibition, Chicago Tribune , 4/2/1986
Box 35 Folder 45 Clippings, “Music, dance, film—the Cultural Center has it all and more,” Telebriefs , February 1987
Box 35 Folder 46 Clippings, Obituaries, Walter Sanford, Tribune , Defender and Sun-Times , 7/7/1987
Box 35 Folder 47 Clippings, Cara Glatt, “Local Gallery exhibits seldom seen 1930s art,” Hyde Park Herald , 3/20/1991
Box 35 Folder 48 Clippings, Delia O’Hara, “Exhibit Trumpets Satchmo’s Legacy to Jazz,” Chicago Sun-Times , 4/14/1995
Box 35 Folder 49 Clippings, Dave Hoekstra, “Lost Treasures Trace George Kirby’s Past,” Chicago Sun-Times , 4/14/1995
Box 35 Folder 50 Clippings, Abstract still life and Goethe maxim, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 51 Clippings, Article with pictures of African communities, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 52 Clippings, “Artists, Top U.S. Honors,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 53 Clippings, “Ballerinas to Bow,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 54 Clippings, “‘Big White Fog’ To Have 4 Day Run At DuSable,” ca. 1940, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 55 Clippings, Walter Brasil, “The Face of Jazz: Joe NeWm.an,” Playboy ?, [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 56 Clippings, “Byron Browne: Trombone Solo, 1946,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 57 Clippings, on Sadie Bruce, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 58 Clippings, Caption, Bill Davidson and his orchestra, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 59 Clippings, Photograph of Duke Ellington at the piano, 1943, [n.p.]
Box 35 Folder 60 Clippings, “for the intimate approach...Handhold,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 61 Clippings, “Henri Matisse,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 62 Clippings, Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield and James A. Bland, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 63 Clippings, Steven Haines, “Art Fairs: They’re All Over the City,” Chicago Daily News , [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 64 Clippings, Rhonda Hollingsworth, “Candid Talk with Revels Cayton,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 65 Clippings, “...Identify 2 as Unarmed Messmen, who (were) Black Hero(es) of Pearl Harbor,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 66 Clippings, Caption, “I’ll teach you to bring dice to choir practice—my point’s nine!” Esquire , [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 67 Clippings, La Bommie, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 68 Clippings, Gordon Ligocki, “Art spotlight on Black History Month,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 69 Clippings, Philip Ainsworth Means, “Pre-Columbian Andean Art,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 70 Clippings, “Media Attack Black Investors” and “The Self Help Economic Networking Concept is Hope for Black People,” Michigan Chronicle , [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 71 Clippings, “Negro Artists,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 72 Clippings, Caption, Nigerian Nabob, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 73 Clippings, Mary E. Ragan, “Hand Blocked Prints,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 74 Clippings, Caption, Paul Robeson in “Sanders of the River,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 75 Clippings, “Old Name, Making News,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 76 Clippings, “Paul Colin, Affichiste,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 77 Clippings, Photo of blackface minstrel, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 78 Clippings, Photo of Haile Selassie, [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 79 Clippings, “Photopinion: What did Samantha Smith’s trip to the Soviet Union accomplish?” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 80 Clippings, Surrealism, Romanticism, Mysticism, etc., [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 81 Clippings, “Uganda: ‘Land of Something New,’” National Geographic Magazine , [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 82 Clippings, “WPA and The Black Artist,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 35 Folder 83 Clippings, “100 Moms Keeping Daughters on Toes,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Series 13: Photographs
Box 36 001 Original Dixieland Jazz Band, New Orleans, 1914
Box 36 002 Manuel Perez with Charlie Elgar’s Creole Orchestra, Ansonia Cafe, Chicago, 1916. Photo by Williams & Meyer Co. Studios
Box 36 003 Binga Madison, Al Nichols and Charlie Holmes, ca. 1920. Photo by Maurice Seymour?
Box 36 004 Freddie Taylor, ca. 1920. Photo by Campbell Studio
Box 36 005 The Three Saps, ca. 1920. Photo by Campbell Studio
Box 36 006 Sandy Burns, vaudeville comedian, ca. 1920. Photo by Standard, Philadelphia
Box 36 007 Charlie Elgar’s Creole Orchestra, Dreamland Theater, Chicago, 1921
Box 36 008 C.L. “Doc” Cook’s Dreamland Orchestra: W.M. Clifford King, John A. St. Cyr, C.L. Cook, R. Elwood Graham, Kenneth Anderson, Rudolph Reynaud, Andrew H. Hillaire, Robert Shelby, Freddie “King” Keppard, J.E. Poston, Jerome Don Pasqual, Fred Garland, Bert W. Greene, Jimmie Noone, Chicago, 1923. Photo by Bloom Photographers
Box 36 009 Louis Armstrong with trumpet, Chicago, 1924. Photo by Gibson
Box 36 010 Erskine Tate’s Vendome Orchestra, 3145 S. State Street, Chicago, 1924
Box 36 011 Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers, 1926
Box 36 012 Lita Grey Chaplin, ca. 1928
Box 36 013 Ora, ca. 1929
Box 36 014 Lanny Weeks, 1929, cartoon by Payne
Box 36 015 Dreamland Theater, Chicago, 1920s
Box 36 016 Florence Edmondson, Chicago, 1920s. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 36 017 Georgette, 1920s
Box 36 018 Fletcher Henderson with band, 1920s
Box 36 019 Earl Hines, 1920s
Box 36 020 Earl Hines, 1920s
Box 36 021 Memphis Minnie, 1920s
Box 36 022 “Red” Pepper with Benny Meuff, 1920s
Box 36 023 Red and Curly, 1920s
Box 36 024 Red and Curly, 1920s
Box 36 025 Ruth Roland, 1920s
Box 36 026 Noble Sissle billboard, Chicago, 1920s
Box 36 027 Noble Sissle with bandmembers, 1920s
Box 36 028 Noble Sissle Orchestra, Chicago, 1920s. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 36 029 Noble Sissle Orchestra, Chicago, 1920s. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 36 030 Vendome Theater, Chicago, 1920s
Box 36 031 Lucius Wilson, 1930
Box 36 032 “Worthy and Thompson,” Eddie Thompson, (?) Worthy, dancers, 1930. Photo by Mitchell
Box 36 033 Oscar De Priest with NAACP leaders, ca. 1930
Box 36 034 Clara Millinder, ca. 1930
Box 36 035 Bennie Moten, ca. 1930
Box 36 036 Ada “Bricktop” Smith, Paris, France, ca. 1930
Box 36 037 Jack Teagarden, ca. 1930
Box 36 038 Hilda and Vivian, ca. 1930
Box 36 039 Georgia Watts, ca. 1930
Box 36 040 Colonel Hubert Julian, 1931
Box 36 041 Clara Townsend (later Millinder), Chicago, ca. 1931. Photo by Theatrical, Chicago
Box 36 042 Louis Cole, Paris, 1932
Box 36 043 Dick Saunders, Lucky Seven Trio, 1932
Box 36 044 The Three Keys, Bob Peace, Slim Furness, George “Bon Bon” Tunnell, New York, 1932
Box 36 045 Carlyle Cousins: Cecile Petrie, Pauline Lister, Lillian Taylor, England, ca. 1932
Box 36 046 Jody Edwards and Susie Edwards, “Butterbeans and Susie” comedy duo, Chicago, ca. 1932
Box 36 047 Jody Edwards and Susie Edwards, “Butterbeans and Susie” comedy duo, Chicago, ca. 1932
Box 36 048 Spike Hughes, ca. 1932
Box 36 049 Madeline, ca. 1932
Box 36 050 Wilson “Stutz” Anderson, jazz bandleader, Detroit, 1933
Box 37 051 Florence Edmonson, 1933. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 37 052 Valaida Snow, ca. 1933. Photo by Maurice, Chicago
Box 37 053 W.C. Handy, inscribed to Nahum Brascher, Jr. 6/21/1934. Photo by Hendy Delorval Green, Chicago
Box 37 054 Louis Armstrong on marquee, Regal Theater Entrance, 1934
Box 37 055 Three Palmer Brothers, New York, 1934. Photo by Nasib
Box 37 056 Bob Williams, Ivan Browning, 1934
Box 37 057 Princess Orelia and Medicine Pete, 1935
Box 37 058 Luis Russell, Chicago, ca. 1935
Box 37 059 Louis Armstrong cartoon (negative only), cartoon by R. Margariti, 1936
Box 37 060 James P. Johnson, pianist, ca. 1936. Photo by Otto Hess
Box 37 061 Red Nichols and His Five Pennies, May 1937
Box 37 062 Exhibition of Progress, 1937
Box 37 063 Cast, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 064 Cast, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 065 Cast, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 066 Cast, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 067 Cast, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 068 Castmember, Federal Theater Project, Little Black Sambo , Chicago, 1938. Photo by Charles Steward, Jr.
Box 37 069 Freddie Crump (“Rastus”), Chicago, 1938. Photo by Red Saunders Theatrical, Chicago
Box 37 070 Sunny Woods, 1938
Box 37 071 Duke Ellington and his trombone section (“God’s trombones”): Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown, Duke Ellington, ca. 1938
Box 37 072 Lawrence Brown, ca. 1938
Box 37 073 Duke Ellington’s trumpet section, Rex Stewart, Cootie Williams, Wallace Jones (?), 1938-1940. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 37 074 Federal Music Project Posters, ca. 1939
Box 37 075 Bunny Bengan (at right), 1930s
Box 37 076 “Big Bill” Broonzy, Chicago, 1930s
Box 37 077 Bessie Dudley, 1930s
Box 37 078 Nat C. Gonella, 1930s
Box 37 079 Mayer and Morrison, 1930s
Box 37 080 Wm. McBride in military uniform in jeep, 1930s
Box 37 081 Nina Mae McKinney, 1930s
Box 37 082 Eleanor Powell, 1930s
Box 37 083 Ruth Roland, 1930s
Box 37 084 Zutty Singleton, 1930s
Box 37 085 Ethel Waters, Paris, France, 1930s
Box 37 086 Chick Webb, 1930s
Box 37 087 Woman [not yet identified] , in Souvenir of Charlie Glenn’s Rhumboogie, 343 E. Garfield Boulevard, Chicago, 1930s
Box 37 088 Cover, Exhibition of the Art of the American Negro, American Negro Exhibition, Chicago, 1940
Box 37 089 John Kirby and his orchestra, ca. 1940
Box 37 090 Gene Krupa and black pianist (not Teddy Wilson) with other musicians, ca. 1940. Photo by Charlie Mihn
Box 37 091 Joe Sullivan, Cafe Society, New York, ca. 1940
Box 37 092 Jack Teagarden, 5/31/1941
Box 37 093 Frayen Haly, drawing of the South Side Community Art Center (SSCAC building), 1941
Box 37 094 National Negro Art Exhibition program (negatives), 1941
Box 37 095 Lionel Hampton, ca. 1941
Box 37 096 Artists and Models Ball, Dancers, Jetaun Jackson, Doris Ware, Mahle Curtis, Lucile Dailey, in “Ziegfeld,” October 1942
Box 37 097 Saull Scott, baritone, ca. 1942
Box 37 098 Lionel Hampton, Max Baer, Joe Louis, ca. 1942-1945
Box 37 099 Larry Steele and Dancing Beige Beauties at the Regal Theater, 1943
Box 37 100 Big Eye Louis Nelson, George Foster, bass; Paul Barbarin, drummer; Sidney Bechet, soprano saxophone; Albert Glenny, bass; Alphonse Picou, clarinet; St. Bernard Avenue, New Orleans, 1944. Photo by Leonard Bechet
Box 38 101 Bloomfield and Greeley. Photo by J.L. Milligan, 1945
Box 38 102 Flowers by Ellis Wilson, 1945
Box 38 103 Dorothy Dandridge, Artists and Models Ball, Chicago, ca. 1945
Box 38 104 Sadie Bruce dancers Doris Clem and Frances Taylor. Photo by C.J. Burress, ca. 1948
Box 38 105 Margaret Burroughs, ca. 1948
Box 38> 105a Margaret Burroughs, National Conference of Negro Artists, Atlanta, Georgia, photograph by Griffith J. Davis, 1960
Box 38 106 Wm. McBride et al, circa 1948. Photo by Mildred Stewart
Box 38 107 Boxer F.P.J. Jr., 1940s
Box 38 108 Benny Goodman, 1940s
Box 38 109 Illinois Jacquet, Chicago, 1940s
Box 38 110 Wm. McBride, 1940s
Box 38 111 Sadie Bruce Dance Revue, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 112 Sadie Bruce dancer, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 113 Sadie Bruce dancer, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 114 Sadie Bruce dancer, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 115 Sadie Bruce dancers, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 116 Sadie Bruce dancers, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 117 Sadie Bruce dancers, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 118 Sadie Bruce dancers dancing, Chicago, ca. 1950
Box 38 119 Mildred B. Haessler dance students, Chicago, ca. 1950. Photo by Wm. McBride
Box 38 120 Mildred B. Haessler dance students, Chicago, ca. 1950. Photo by Wm. McBride
Box 38 121 Flyer, T.R.M. Howard for Congress, 1958 (negative)
Box 38 122 Wm. McBride, 1950s
Box 38 123 Wm. McBride with men outside of building, 1950s
Box 38 124 Wm. McBride with woman [not yet identified] , 1950s
Box 38 125 Flyer, Josephine Baker at the Regal Theater, 1960
Box 38 126 Wm. McBride and a couple on a couch, ca. 1960
Box 38 127 Malcolm X and Louis Lomax, March 1964
Box 38 128 Malcolm X and family, 1964
Box 38 129 Sbarbaro School, Grade 5, October 1965
Box 38 130 Audience, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 131 Audience, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 132 Audience, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 133 Audience, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 134 Audience, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 135 Drummer, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 136 Drummer, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 137 Drummer, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 138 Drummer, Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 139 Firemen clearing out venue of Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 140 This number was not utilized
Box 38 141 Man leaning against the wall, audience of Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 142 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 143 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 144 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 145 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 146 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 147 Philip Cohran, ca. 1969
Box 38 148 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 149 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 38 150 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 151 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 152 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 153 Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 154 Philip Cohran and trombonist, ca. 1969
Box 39 155 Saxophonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 156 Trombonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 157 Trombonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 158 Trombonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 159 Trombonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 160 Trombonist at Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble concert, ca. 1969
Box 39 161 Irene V. Clark on beach, 1960s
Box 39 162 Contact prints, Irene V. Clark on beach, 1960s
Box 39 163 Irene V. Clark portrait, 1960s
Box 39 164 Irene V. Clark at window, 1960s
Box 39 165 Maxwell Street, 1960s
Box 39 166 Wm. McBride with woman, 1960s
Box 39 167 African wood sculpture (probably McBride’s), ca. 1970. Photo by Herbert Nipson
Box 39 168 “me,” Bob Burell, Paul, Howard Tomlin, John Haygood, Alvin’s brother-in-law, Alvin, Paul’s basement, 1973
Box 39 169 “me,” Rorty’s wife, Sally, Paul’s wife, Fanny, Annie Pearl, Alvin’s wife Grace, Paul’s basement, 1973
Box 39 170 Paul, Rorty, “me,” Charles Williams, Annie Pearl’s husband, [unidentified], Alvin, Pearl’s brother, Ted Harrison, Paul’s basement, 1973
Box 39 171 Franja Moseley, 11/7/1976
Box 39 172 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 173 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 174 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 175 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 176 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 177 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 178 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 179 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 180 Julian Bond, 1970s
Box 39 181 Wm. McBride, 1970s
Box 39 182 Wm. McBride, 1970s
Box 39 183 Stevie Wonder, 1970s
Box 39 184 Harold Washington funeral procession, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 185 Harold Washington funeral procession, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 186 Harold Washington hearse, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 187 Onlookers, Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 188 Onlookers, Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 189 Jesse Jackson, Sr., Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 190 Onlookers, Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 191 Harold Washington casket, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 192 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 193 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 194 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 195 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 196 Fire truck, Harold Washington funeral procession, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 197 Harold Washington’s casket, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 198 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 199 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 39 200 Onlookers, Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 201 Jesse Jackson, Sr., Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 202 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 203 Harold Washington casket, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 204 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 205 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 206 Harold Washington internment, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, 11/30/1987
Box 40 207 Wm. McBride, 1980s
Box 40 208 Wm. McBride with artists, 1980s
Box 40 209 Wm. McBride with artists, 1980s
Box 40 210 Wm. McBride and a woman on a couch, 1980s
Box 40 211 African-style dancer, [n.d.]. Photo by C.J. Burress, Chicago
Box 40 212 African-style dancers, [n.d.]
Box 40 213 African-style dancers, [n.d.]
Box 40 214 Artists and Models Ball, [n.d.]
Box 40 215 Artist working, [n.d.]
Box 40 216 Barney Bigard, [n.d.]
Box 40 217 Lucille Blus (?)
Box 40 218 Boy in uniform and Francis Craig’s Orchestra hat, [n.d.]. Photo by Wiles, Nashville, TN
Box 40 219 Charles Bristol, [n.d.]. Photo by Sieg’s Photo Studio, Montreal
Box 40 220 Dancer, [n.d.]. Photo by Maurice Seymour
Box 40 221 Gray (?) Davis, [n.d.]. Photo by James Kriegman
Box 40 222 Drummer, [n.d.]. Photo by Ray Whitten
Box 40 223 Irving Fazola, clarinet, Louis Prima, trumpet, New Orleans, LA, [n.d.]. Photo by Pierre-DeSylva, New Orleans, LA
Box 40 224 Freddie Lay, [n.d.]. Photo by G. Marant, Paris
Box 40 225 “Mito Trio,” Stuntmen, [n.d.]
Box 40 226 Model posing in front of banner, Artists and Models Ball, [n.d.]
Box 40 227 New Orleans street crowd, [n.d.]
Box 40 228 Walter O’Keel, [n.d.]
Box 40 229 Pianist, [n.d.]. Photo by Herbert Matter, Zurich
Box 40 230 “Cozy Corner Idea” Gene Richards, [n.d.]. Photo by Ingram, Oakland, CA
Box 40 231 Royal Garden, Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 40 232 Scotty, [n.d.]. Photo by Theatrical Studio, Chicago
Box 40 233 Keaney Walton, [n.d.]
Oversized Photographs
Box 41 234 Louis Armstrong, ca. 1925. Photo by Gibson
Box 41 235 Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers, Chicago, 1926
Box 41 236 Louis Armstrong, Brussels, Belgium, 1920s
Box 41 237 Jazz band, 1920s
Box 41 238 Raoul Frederick (?), September 1932
Box 41 239 Chick Webb, 1932
Box 41 240 Louis Armstrong and Alpha Smith, London, 1933
Box 41 241 Louis Armstrong and Alpha Smith, London, 1933
Box 41 242 The Five Hotshots, Berlin, Germany, 1933
Box 41 243 Wm. McBride, 1930s
Box 41 244 Mezz Mezzrow and Frankie Newton, Washington, D.C., November 1944. Photo by H. Kratouil?
Box 41 245 Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, original photocopied 3/13/1948
Box 41 246 Wm McBride, 1940s
Box 41 247 Ballet class, ca. 1950s
Box 41 248 Ballet dancers, [n.d.]
Box 41 249 Dancers, [n.d.]
Box 41 250 Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, [n.d.]
Box 41 251 Arlene and Norman Selby, [n.d.]
Box 41 252 The Sepia Nephews (the Spirits of Rhythm), [n.d.]
Box 41 253 Trombonist, [n.d.]
Box 41 254 Woman [not yet identified] , [n.d.]
Series 14: Memorabilia
Box 42 Folder 1 Memorabilia, Photocopy of slave trader ad, 11/14/1859
Box 42 Folder 2 Memorabilia, The Musicians Calendar, 1907
Box 42 Folder 3 Memorabilia, Chicago Historical Society Membership List, 1922
Box 42 Folder 4 Memorabilia, Drawing, Louis Armstrong Concert, Den Haag, Holland, 12/11/1933
Box 42 Folder 5 Memorabilia, Ethel Waters in “As Thousands Cheer,” 1933
Box 42 Folder 6 Memorabilia, Drawing, “I’ll be glad when you’re dead” (Louis Armstrong), ca. 1936
Box 42 Folder 7 Memorabilia, Review blurbs for Negro Musicians and Their Music by Maud Cuney-Hare, ca. 1936
Box 42 Folder 8 Memorabilia, Federal Art Project caption, New York Landscape by Fred Becker, 6/11/1937
Box 42 Folder 9 Memorabilia, Louis Armstrong and Martha Raye in musical “Artists and Models,” 1937
Box 42 Folder 10 Memorabilia, Bing Crosby and Frances Langford, Hawaii Calls ad, ca. 1940
Box 42 Folder 11 Memorabilia, Student cards, Irene Clark and Freddie Clark, 1941-1950s
Box 42 Folder 12 Memorabilia, Song, Henna A. Nichols, “When You Stole That Foolish Heart of Mine,” 1945
Box 42 Folder 13 Memorabilia, Nelson Sykes Christmas Card by Wm. McBride, 1945
Box 42 Folder 14 Memorabilia, Store openings, 1947-1957
Box 42 Folder 15 Memorabilia, Conde Nast Publications Art & Photography, November 1948
Box 42 Folder 16 Memorabilia, L.J. Imber Company advertisement, 5/23/1949
Box 42 Folder 17 Memorabilia, Congressional Resolution, H.R. 5943, 8/9/1949
Box 42 Folder 18 Memorabilia, Song, Grover C. Walker, “God’s Television of My Soul,” 1949
Box 42 Folder 19 Memorabilia, Mother’s Day Card by Wm. McBride, 1940s
Box 42 Folder 20 Memorabilia, Nelson Sykes Brass Rail Christmas Card by Wm. McBride, 1940s
Box 42 Folder 21 Memorabilia, Moscow Circus Souvenir Program, ca. 1950
Box 42 Folder 22 Memorabilia, Irene Clark, School of the Art Institute of Chicago student cards, ca. 1950
Box 42 Folder 23 Memorabilia, Dizzy Gillespie Afro 45 record jacket, ca. 1950
Box 42 Folder 24 Memorabilia, Photocopy of Masses & Mainstream cover, February 1951
Box 42 Folder 25 Memorabilia, National Pharmaceutical Association advertising contract, 8/5-8/7/1952
Box 42 Folder 26 Memorabilia, Photocopy of Charles White art, 1953
Box 42 Folder 27 Memorabilia, 50th Annual Statement, Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, 12/31/1954
Box 42 Folder 28 Memorabilia, Souvenir Book, Harry Belafonte in “Sing, Man, Sing,” 1956
Box 42 Folder 29 Memorabilia, Card, M. Earle Sardon for GOP Ward Committeeman, Third Ward, 1956
Box 42 Folder 30 Memorabilia, Song, G.N. Lew, “Hail Mr. Baseball,” 9/19/1957
Box 42 Folder 31 Memorabilia, Ad for “The Cave” by Elizabeth Coatworth, Illustrated by Allan Houser, 9/15/1958
Box 42 Folder 32 Memorabilia, Chicago Metropolitan Insurance Company booklet, ca. 1958
Box 42 Folder 33 Memorabilia, Flier, George E. Watson Co. new location grand opening, 9/21/1959
Box 42 Folder 34 Memorabilia, Wiggam quote, 11/26/1959
Box 42 Folder 35 Memorabilia, Exclusive Records ad, 1950s
Box 42 Folder 36 Memorabilia, Envelope, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to Irene V. Clark, 1/5/1961
Box 42 Folder 37 Memorabilia, Pacific Jazz record catalog, 1952-1962, 1962
Box 42 Folder 38 Memorabilia, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Glasses Designs, 1963
Box 42 Folder 39 Memorabilia, 1863-1963 Year of Jubilee Art Calendar, Negro Museum, 1963
Box 42 Folder 40 Memorabilia, Holiday Card, Irene V. Clark to Wm. McBride, 12/25/1964
Box 42 Folder 41 Memorabilia, Schedules and Sketches, January 1966
Box 42 Folder 42 Memorabilia, National Medical Association 71st Annual Convention Guide Book, 8/7-8/11/1966
Box 42 Folder 43 Memorabilia, Flier, Dick Gregory for Mayor of Chicago, 1966
Box 42 Folder 44 Memorabilia, Jet Calendar, 1967
Box 42 Folder 45 Memorabilia, Picture book, John R. Koch, “A Knight Named Rodney,” 1967
Box 42 Folder 46 Memorabilia, Flier, Afam Studio and Gallery grand opening, 12/15/1968
Box 42 Folder 47 Memorabilia, Book jackets, ca. 1968
Box 42 Folder 48 Memorabilia, Glenn Myles, Black is Beautiful 1969 Calendar, March-April 1969
Box 42 Folder 49 Memorabilia, Artwork reproduction, Strange Fruit by Sanford, October 1969
Box 42 Folder 50 Memorabilia, Bobby “Blue” Bland Novelty Fifty Dollar Bill, 1969
Box 42 Folder 51 Memorabilia, Charles White portfolio advertisement, 1960s
Box 42 Folder 52 Memorabilia, Prophet William A. Lewis, “The Pill: The Truth About Birth Control,” 3/1/1970
Box 42 Folder 53 Memorabilia, Black Artists on Art Vol. 2 ad, 1971
Box 42 Folder 54 Memorabilia, 1971 Calendar with black and white works from the MOMA, 1971
Box 43 Folder 1 Memorabilia, Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians ad, ca. 1971
Box 43 Folder 2 Memorabilia, Satirical Embellishment of Democratic Party envelope, 1976
Box 43 Folder 3 Memorabilia, Notice to Wm. McBride, 5/21/1977
Box 43 Folder 4 Memorabilia, Museum of Negro History ad, 1970s
Box 43 Folder 5 Memorabilia, Memo, LeRoy Winbush appointed as Design Advisor to FomeBords Company, 1970s
Box 43 Folder 6 Memorabilia, Souvenir Booklet, Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, 1981
Box 43 Folder 7 Memorabilia, Vote stub, 1982 general election, 11/2/1982
Box 43 Folder 8 Memorabilia, Invitation, Harold Washington Inaugural Ceremony, April 1983
Box 43 Folder 9 Memorabilia, W.G. Wilson and Carrie Jacobs-Bond, “A Little Bit of Honey,” 1984
Box 43 Folder 10 Memorabilia, Advertisement, Herman Cromwell Gilbert, The Negotiations, ca. 1986
Box 43 Folder 11 Memorabilia, Timothy C. Evans for Mayor slip, 1989
Box 43 Folder 12 Memorabilia, African Sculpture by Ladislas Segy flier, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 13 Memorabilia, Advertisement, Afrocentric Christmas Cards, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 14 Memorabilia, Andre Kostelanetz, Harold Arlen’s Blues Opera LP jacket cutout, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 15 Memorabilia, “And thou shalt call his name Y’Shua,” [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 16 Memorabilia, ALSCO Windows ad, The Weathermaster Company, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 17 Memorabilia, Anglo-American writers card deck, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 18 Memorabilia, Art composition of mother and child, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 19 Memorabilia, Bill McBride, Jr. Compositions stencil, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 20 Memorabilia, Birthday Card, Mary McBride to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 21 Memorabilia, Birthday Card, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, Jr., [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 22 Memorabilia, Birthday Card, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, Jr., [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 23 Memorabilia, Black and white photo portraits, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 24 Memorabilia, Charles Brown album ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 25 Memorabilia, Card, Wm. McBride, Sr. to Wm. McBride, Jr., [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 26 Memorabilia, Chain letter, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 27 Memorabilia, Chasann ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 28 Memorabilia, Chicago Sunday Evening booklet, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 29 Memorabilia, Children Benefit League of Chicago and Suburbs ornament, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 30 Memorabilia, Christmas card from Fred D. Hubbard, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 31 Memorabilia, Columbia Jazz Festival fold-out, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 32 Memorabilia, Drawing and Addresses of Food Sellers, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 33 Memorabilia, Easter Card, Mary McBride to Wm. McBride, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 34 Memorabilia, Family Planning Is a Civil Right flier, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 35 Memorabilia, Father Divine and Mother Divine postcard, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 36 Memorabilia, Giant Postcards of British Theatre Houses, ca. 1900, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 37 Memorabilia, Bernard Goss Memorabilia ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 38 Memorabilia, Great Negroes in History glasses ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 39 Memorabilia, The Haggadah of Passover, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 40 Memorabilia, Lionel Hampton 45 record jacket, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 41 Memorabilia, International Workers Order stamps, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 42 Memorabilia, Invitation to a party, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 43 Memorabilia, Jerome Kern songs album liner notes, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 44 Memorabilia, Jews for Jesus Thanksgiving flier, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 45 Memorabilia, John W. Johnson Promotional Literature, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 46 Memorabilia, Lens Camera Club of Chicago, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 47 Memorabilia, “Les Beaux Cadeaux de Fin D’Annee,” [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 48 Memorabilia, Letterhead, Histadruth Ivrith, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 49 Memorabilia, Lists of Artworks, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 50 Memorabilia, Lists of Chicago Artists, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 51 Memorabilia, Magnet, Reident: William McBride, Jr., President, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 52 Memorabilia, Map of Stations, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 53 Memorabilia, McBride Association and Collection materials, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 54 Memorabilia, Wm. McBride, information about party at “art center”?, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 55 Memorabilia, Mills Brothers album liner notes, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 56 Memorabilia, Miscellaneous ads, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 57 Memorabilia, Mother’s Day card, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 58 Memorabilia, Mounted excerpts from an article on a William Carter exhibition, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 59 Memorabilia, Muse Gallery ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 60 Memorabilia, Native Shop ad, Montego Bay, Jamaica, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 61 Memorabilia, New York Times editors, The Fifties symposium, ca. 1960
Box 43 Folder 62 Note on Vera Franklin to Wm. McBride, 12/21/1969
Box 43 Folder 63 Memorabilia, Painting copy given to Wm. McBride? [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 64 Memorabilia, The Palm Tavern promotional material, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 65 Memorabilia, “Pride is Here...Keep It,” [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 66 Memorabilia, Professional cards, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 67 Memorabilia, Promotional card, Wm. McBride’s Little Green Shop, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 68 Memorabilia, Quran, quotation handout, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 69 Memorabilia, Reproduction of mural of black culture and achievement, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 70 Memorabilia, Song, Bud Flanagan, “The Arches,” [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 71 Memorabilia, Song, Corrido del Coronel Astucia, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 72 Memorabilia, Snuff color recipes, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 73 Memorabilia, Summer Art Workshop, Rhode Island State College, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 74 Memorabilia, Summer Session, Studio Five School of Creative Painting, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 75 Memorabilia, Sympathy card from A.J. Marbs, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 76 Memorabilia, Henry C. Taylor store ad, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 77 Memorabilia, Thank you for sympathy card, family of Fitzhugh Dinkins, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 78 Memorabilia, Valentine’s Day card from Bruce and Charlena, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 79 Memorabilia, World Series of Jazz Pictorial Album, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 80 Memorabilia, 353 East Gallery Opening, [n.d.]
Box 43 Folder 81 Memorabilia, 400 Songs to Remember Vol. 1, No. 2, [n.d.]
Memorabilia: Books
Box 44 Folder 1 Copy of A Street in Bronzeville inscribed to Wm. McBride by Gwendolyn Brooks, 1945
Oversized Memorabilia
Box 45 Folder 1 Oversized, Elmer Davis and Francis E. Brennan, “First Government Statement on Artists’ Part in the War,” ca. 1942, [n.p.]
Box 45 Folder 2 Oversized, Draft of promotional artwork, Mildred B. Haessler 15th Anniversary Concert, 6/5/1949
Box 45 Folder 3 Oversized, Jackson Mutual Life Insurance Company Calendar (Photo by Gordon Parks), 1953
Box 45 Folder 4 Oversized, Nat King Cole in ad for The Blue Gardenia, 1953
Box 45 Folder 5 Oversized, Ad for Satchmo the Great, 1957
Box 45 Folder 6 Oversized, National Urban League 50th Anniversary Newspaper Supplement, 1960
Box 45 Folder 7 Oversized, Century of Negro Progress Exposition Map, 8/16-9/2/1963
Box 45 Folder 8 Oversized, Promotional material, Black Artists Doing Bad, South Side Community Art Center, 3/25/1972
Box 45 Folder 9 Oversized, Voices of Harlem, Voices LP Artwork, 1974
Box 45 Folder 10 Oversized, Irene V. Clark, drawing of African mask, 1970s
Box 45 Folder 11 Oversized, Exhibition Booklet, “Harlem Renaissance: Art of Black America,” Studio Museum in Harlem, [n.d.]
Box 45 Folder 12 Oversized, Clipping, Walker Evans, “In the Heart of the Black Belt,” [n.p.], [n.d.]
Box 45 Folder 13 Oversized, “Physique Anthropologie,” [n.d.]
Box 45 Folder 14 Oversized, Fliers, Third Annual DuSable Museum Art Promenade, [n.d.]
Box 46 Folder 1 Oversized, Little Black Sambo Blueprints, Light Plot—Hut Scenes, 1938
Box 46 Folder 2 Oversized, Little Black Sambo Blueprints, Light Plot—Jungle Scenes, 1938
Box 46 Folder 3 Oversized, Little Black Sambo Blueprints, Set Design, Hut Scene, 1938
Box 46 Folder 4 Oversized, Little Black Sambo Blueprints, Set Design, Jungle Scene, 1938
Box 46 Folder 5 Oversized, Nelson Sykes Christmas Card, Cover by DeLafayette, Profilm cut by Eldzier Cortor, Head Study by Charles Davis, Edited by Violent Moten Foster, Lettering by Smitty, Typography by William Foster, Reproduction, Layout, Arrangements and Poem by Wm. McBride, ca. 1943
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