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Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Papers
1817-1985 (bulk 1920-1983)

UPT 50 A374S

83.0 Cubic feet

Prepared by Thomas G. Potterfield, Maureen B. Spectre, and Theresa R. Snyder, assisted by Susan M. Jenkins

November 2015

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Center.

PROVENANCE

Gift of the Alexander family, 1987.

 

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ARRANGEMENT

The Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Papers is organized into eighteen series: I. Biographical and Autobiographical; II. Personal Correspondence; III. General Correspondence; IV. Professional Correspondence; V. Financial Records; VI. Education; VII. Law Practice and Related Professional Papers; VIII. Legal Issues and Actions; IX. Government Service; X. Legal Organizations; XI. Civic Organizations; XII. Clubs and Social Groups; XIII. Writings, Speeches and Publications; XIV. Certificates, Honors, and Awards; XV. Memorabilia and Regalia; XVI. Audio-Visual Material; XVII. Family and Genealogy; XVIII. Books. Many of the series are organized into sub-series.

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Born in Philadelphia in 1898, the youngest of three children, Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander (B.S., 1918; A.M., 1919; Ph.D., 1921; LL.B., 1927) is a member of two distinguished families.

Her maternal grandfather was Benjamin Tucker Tanner (1835-1923), a Bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Bishop Tanner had seven children, the best known of whom is the painter Henry O. Tanner (1859-1937). Another daughter of Bishop Tanner, Hallie Tanner Johnson, became a social worker and physician and established the Nurses' School and Hospital at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.

Sadie Tanner Mossell's father, Aaron A. Mossell (1863-1951) (LL.B. 1888), was the first African-American to graduate from Penn's Law School. Her uncle, Nathan Francis Mossell (1856-1946) (M.D. 1882) was the first African-American to graduate from Penn's Medical School. In 1895 Dr. Mossell was a co-founder of the Frederick Douglass Hospital, which later merged with Mercy Hospital to form Mercy-Douglass. Sadie's paternal grandfather, Aaron Mossell, sr., had established a successful brick-making business in Lockport, New York.

When Sadie was a child, her mother and siblings frequently alternated residence between Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia. When she reached high school, she went to live in Washington with her uncle, Lewis Baxter Moore (Ph.D., 1896) who was dean at Howard University and the husband of her mother's sister, Sadie Elizabeth Tanner. She attended the M Street High School in Washington and graduated in 1915.

She then attended the School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 1918. Following her college graduation, she entered the Graduate School at Penn to study economics. In 1921, she became the first black woman in the U.S. to obtain a Ph.D.

Despite her academic achievements, she had difficulty finding employment in Philadelphia and went to work for the black-owned North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company in Durham, remaining there for two years. In 1923, shortly after Raymond Pace Alexander was admitted to the Bar and opened his practice, she returned to Philadelphia to be married.

The following year, in the fall of 1924, she entered the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She became the first black woman to graduate from that institution and the first black woman admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1927. Thereupon, she joined her husband's practice, specializing in estate and family law. She served as Secretary to the National Bar Association.

She was appointed Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia and held that position from 1928 to 1930 and from 1934 to 1938. From that time forward, she served on numerous boards, committees, and commissions and held office in many local and national organizations. Among her most notable activities was her service on President Truman's Committee on Human Rights in 1947 and on the Commission on Human Relations of the City of Philadelphia from 1952 until 1968. She continued her employment in her husband's firm from 1927 until 1959, when he was named to the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia. She subsequently practiced independently until 1976, when she joined the firm of Atkinson, Myers, and Archie in the capacity of counsel. Her national stature was recognized when President Jimmy Carter appointed her chair of the White House Conference on Aging in 1978; she was removed from this committee by Ronald Reagan in 1981. She retired from practice and from public life generally in 1982. Mrs. Alexander died in 1989 and is survived by two daughters, Mary Elizabeth Alexander Brown (1934 -) and Rae Pace Alexander Minter (1937 -).

 

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SCOPE AND CONTENT

STMA I: Biographical and Autobiographical. (2 cu. ft. and oversized items.) The first two subseries include articles, resumes, and interview material which review STMA's life and career, including her family history, practice in the law, and civic and governmental activities. Another subseries (approximately 2/3 cu. ft.) documents STMA's international travels (1937- 1980). The last subseries (approx. 1/2 cu. ft.) consists of clippings and other scrapbook material (1923-83 with some gaps). In addition, there are a number of oversized scrapbooks (1945-46 and 1963-67).

STMA II: Personal Correspondence. (7 cu. ft.) Family correspondence (with RPA [intermittent 1921-68]; EMA [1937-64]; and Isabel Tanner Temple, her aunt [1946-57]; with and about her two daughters [1935-1983]; and with assorted other relatives) comprises approx. 2 1/2 cu. ft. of this series, over half of which relates to Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace. The remaining 4.5 cu. ft. is made up primarily of miscellaneous and unsorted correspondence (1923-80; bulk dates 1934-80 with a clump around 1947- 48). In the 1960s she carried on a correspondence with RPA's close friend, J. Turner Layton.

STMA III: General Correspondence. (2 2/3 cu. ft.; 1935-82.) Primarily miscellaneous and unsorted correspondence. As in the last (general) subseries of STMA's personal correspondence, the material is arranged in preliminary chronological order without subseries divisions. At the end of the series are several folders of condolences received by the family after RPA's death.

STMA IV: Professional Correspondence. (1 cu. ft.; 1939-83.) Primarily material pertaining to STMA's professional and civic career. The series also contains papers pertaining to her actions on behalf of law students and women in the law.

STMA V: Financial Records. (5 1/2 cu. ft.; 1924-82.) Primarily material pertaining to personal finances as opposed to those of her law practice, which are housed in STMA RPA VII.B. The records include several ledger books (1937-64); bank records (1924-82; approx. 1 cu. ft.); invoices, statements and receipts (1937-82 with greater bulk after 1974; 2 cu. ft.); insurance policies and premium statements and receipts (1919-84); ledger books and papers relating to real estate (1924-80; 1/2 cu. ft.), and wills, estate, and trust (1940-81). The records appear to cover the span of STMA's adult life without significant gaps.

STMA VI: Education. (approx. 0.5 cu. ft.; 1917-82.) Material pertaining to M Street High School and the University of Pennsylvania (general and college, graduate and law school. The bulk of the papers in the series pertain to STMA's activities as an alumna (contributions, fundraising, activities in support of women's and black students' organizations on campus, an honorary degree). A number of items relate to her academic record as a doctoral candidate and law student.

STMA VII: Law Practice and Related Professional Papers. (9 cu. ft.) The bulk of the series is made up of financial records (4 cu. ft.; 1926-82; bulk begins ca. 1936) and office diaries, appointment books, message books, and the like (5 cu. ft.; 1936-79). The series contains a number of summary records (internal memoranda, dockets, ledgers, etc.) that may be useful in gaining an overview of the history of STMA's practice and her position in her husband's firm.

STMA VIII: Legal Issues and Actions. (10 cu. ft.; 1928-81 with bulk appearing to fall in a normal distribution plateauing in the 1940s and 1950s.) Nearly half of the series is contained in the miscellaneous category (a few folders at most per client). Papers relating to the legal business of Mount Lawn Cemetery account for 2 cu. ft.; four estates account for another 2 cu. ft.; and legal business of various AME churches accounts for 1 1/3 cu. ft.

STMA IX: Government Service. (6 1/2 cu. ft.; 1946-82.) STMA began her career in government service in 1946, when she was named by President Truman to his Committee on Human Rights. Papers relating to her experience on the President's Committee (primarily correspondence and memoranda) are nearly 1 cu. ft. in bulk (1946-57; bulk dates 1947). She was a member of Philadelphia's Commission on Human Relations (CHR) from the time of its formation in 1952, having been instrumental in its inception through the Philadelphia Fellowship Commission. She served for five years as its Chairman (n.d.) and retired from the Commission in 1968. Her papers relating to the CHR should be of considerable historical interest (2 1/2 cu. ft.; 1952-72). One of the last significant chapters in the public life of STMA was her appointment by President Carter and service as the chairman of the White House Conference on Aging (approx. 1 1/2 cu. ft.; 1978-81). She was removed from her position as chair by President Reagan before the conference took place.

STMA X: Legal Organizations. (8 cu. ft.; bulk dates 1945-82.) At different periods, STMA was extremely active in two legal organizations. In the mid- 1940s, she served as secretary of the National Bar Association (NBA), the black parallel organization to the American Bar Association, which excluded blacks until 1952. Her papers relating to the NBA, together with RPA's, may be among the most historically valuable subgroups in the collection (5 cu. ft.; 1930-79; bulk dates 1944-47). From 1946, she involved herself in the Philadelphia Bar Association (approx. 1 1/2 cu. ft.; 1945-82), serving on many committees, most notably the Committee on International and Foreign Law. From 1970, she assumed a position of leadership in the Philadelphia Bar Foundation (approx. 1/2 cu. ft.; 1970-82).

STMA XI: Civic Organizations. (12 1/2 cu. ft.; 1930-82; bulk dates roughly 1940s-1970s.) STMA was active in an extraordinarily large number of civic organizations. The series contains thirty individual subseries as well as a miscellaneous subseries comprising 2 cu. ft. in itself. The civic organizations in which she played significant leadership roles include the National Committee of the American Civil Liberties Union (2/3 cu. ft.; 1948- 82); the Americans for Democratic Action, National Board and National Vice President (less than 1 cu. ft.; 1948-59); the National Urban League (New York), of which she was secretary for twenty-five years (approx. 1 1/2 cu. ft.; 1930-57); and the Philadelphia Fellowship Commission, of which she was secretary (approx. 1 cu. ft.; 1946-65).

STMA XII: Clubs and Social Groups. (4 cu. ft.; 1921-1981.) This series contains papers documenting sixty years of STMA's involvement in Delta Sigma Theta sorority (3 1/2 cu. ft.; 1921-1981). She was Delta's first national president and served an extended term in that capacity (n.d.). A smaller subseries (1/2 cu. ft.; 1938-81) contains papers relating to miscellaneous other social clubs.

STMA XIII: Writings, Speeches, and Publications. (1 cu. ft.; [1920s]-80.) The inventory for this series includes a large number of individual writings and speeches. The majority of items included here are speeches. Many are untitled and/or undated. The series is arranged in chronological order without subseries divisions.

STMA XIV: Certificates, Honors, and Awards. (3 2/3 cu. ft. and additional oversized objects; 1911-83.) Diplomas, law credentials, and honorary decrees (1911-1983); citations, awards and testimonials with related papers (approx. 3/4 cu. ft.; 1940-1987); trophies and plaques (2 1/2 cu. ft.; 1945- 1983). STMA received many honors between 1980 and 1982, as she moved toward retirement.

STMA XV: Memorabilia and Regalia. (less than 1 cu. ft.; n.d. and 1982.) Personal effects and academic regalia.

STMA XVI: Audio-Visual Material. (1 cu. ft.; ca. 1880-1982.) The Alexander Papers include a large number of photographic prints which have been assigned to the STMA record group primarily on the basis of subject. Many photos were found undated and unlabelled. An effort has been made to identify and date this material as specifically as possible. The subseries of photographs here is arranged in preliminary chronological order. There are many good portraits, and occasional scenes (many of them taken professionally) as well as candid and posed snapshots. The series also contains several reels of 16 mm film apparently relating to STMA's trip to India under the Auspices of the US Committee of the International Conference of Social Work in 1952.

STMA XVII: Family and Genealogy. (2 1/2 cu. ft.; 1872-1980; initial bulk date ca. 1931.) The first subseries contains a number of articles and other writings on Tanner and Mossell family history. Five subseries are devoted to Tanner forbears and relatives; five to Mossell forebears and relatives; and three to Alexander relatives. The material includes correspondence as well as various kinds of records.

STMA XVIII: Books. (2 1/2 cu. ft.; 1817-1977.) Includes a number of devotional works, primarily of the Doctrines and Disciplines of the AME Church (1817-1948); and a larger number of miscellaneous works, primarily non-fiction

 

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CONTROLLED ACCESS HEADINGS

Corporate Name(s)

  • African Methodist Episcopal Church. -- Form subdivision--Trials, litigation, etc.;
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
  • International Conference of Social Work.
  • Mount Lawn Cemetery (Sharon Hill, Pa.).
  • National Bar Association.
  • Philadelphia Fellowship Commission.
  • United States. President's Committee on Civil Rights.
  • White House Conference on Aging.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--History.
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--Politics and government--1865-
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--Social life and customs.

Occupation(s)

  • African American lawyers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Women lawyers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

Personal Name(s)

  • Alexander-Minter, Rae, 1937-
  • Brown, Mary Elizabeth Alexander, 1934-
  • Tanner, Benj. T., (Benjamin Tucker), 1835-1923
  • Tanner, Henry Ossawa, 1859-1937

Subject(s)

  • African American women--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Civil rights--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--History--1877-1964.--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • African Americans--History--1964---Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • African Americans--Professional education--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Segregation--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Social life and customs.--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • Attorney and client--United States.
  • Practice of law--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

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INVENTORY

 

I. BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL 

Box

Folder

A. Biographical Writings 

"First Ladies of Colored America" (photo and biographical note in The Crisis), 1942 

1

1

Biographical resume (Delta Sigma Theta), ca.1944 

1

2

"Woman of the Year" (in "Negro Heroes" comic book published by the National Urban League and Delta Sigma Theta), 1948 

1

3

Clippings from the Philadelphia Tribune and the Philadelphia Afro-American, 1950-1951 

1

4

"Philadelphia Woman on Top Court: Who Would It Be?" (Philadelphia Inquirer), 1971 

1

5

Biographical sketch for book of Afro-American biographies, 1972 

1

6

"50 Years Ago for Three Young Women" (Philadelphia Daily News), 1975 

1

7

"A Legacy of Leadership from a Famous Line of 'Firsts' in Society" Philadelphia Inquirer, 1976 

1

8

Philadelphia Inquirer article re the Tanner House (2900 block of West Diamond Street), 1977 

1

9

B. Autobiographical Writings and Related Material 

Resumes and biographical sketches, 1943-1946 

1

10

Curriculum vitae, 1953-1955 

1

11

Personal data questionnaire of the Judicial Nominating Commission, 1964 

1

12

Resume, ca.1964 

1

13

Questionnaire (National Bar Foundation), 1970 

1

14

Short biographical sketch, ca.1970 

1

15

Biographical resume, ca.1970 

1

16

"A Clean Sweep" (Pennsylvania Gazette), 1972 

1

17

Who's Who in America (proof of entry), 1974 

1

18

Interview, with related correspondence, 1976 

1

19

Interview, with related correspondence, 1977 

1

20

Interview, with related correspondence, 1978-1979 

1

21

Letter recounting details of early life pertaining to membership of A.M.E. Church, 1979 

1

22

Letter from Radcliffe Archives (re STMA's claim to be first black woman Ph.D. in US May 21, 1921]), 1979 

1

23

Radcliffe College Black Women Oral History Project (informed consent), 1980 

1

24

Radcliffe College Black Women Oral History Project (correspondence), 1980-1982 

1

25

Anecdote for Philadelphia Inquirer story, "Philadelphia Remembered), 1982 

1

26

Radcliffe College Black Women Oral History Project (exhibition catalog), 1984 

1

27

C. Appointment Books and Directories 

Address books, n.d. 

1

28

Personal notebook, 1941-1942 

1

29

Christmas shopping record book, 1944 

1

30

Pocket appointment book, 1945 

1

31

Pocket appointment book, 1946 

1

32

Personal notebook, 1951 

1

33

Pocket appointment book, 1962 

1

34

Appointment book, 1965 

1

35

Guest register, 1968 

1

36

Address book, [197-] 

1

37

Guest register (retirement), 1980 

1

38

Pocket appointment book, 1980 

1

39

Pocket appointment book, 1981 

1

40

Annotated calendar, 1981 

1

41

Annotated calendar, 1982 

1

42

D. Medical Records 

Re eye problems, 1964 

1

43

EKG record, 1968 

1

44

E. Travel 

Travel diary, 1937-1939 

1

45

Haiti and Caribbean cruise (Atlas Tours and the Panama Line), 1939-1941 

1

46

Queen Elizabeth from NY (August), Queen Mary from Southhampton (September), for Ecumenical Methodist Conference, Oxford (EMC), and excursion to Germany, 1951 

1

47

Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary (EMC), 1951 

1

48

Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary (EMC) (menus and programs), 1951 

1

49

Oxford (EMC), 1951 

1

50

Oxford (EMC) and Germany, 1951 

1

51

London (South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain), 1951 

1

52

Hawaii (correspondence, itineraries, ephemera), 1952 

1

53

Hawaii (brochures, clippings, and ephemera), 1952 

1

54

Hawaii (tourist guide, brochures, booklets), 1952 

1

55

Hawaii (booklet about Pearl Harbor), 1952 

1

56

India (as member of the US Committee of the International Conference on Social Work), 1952 

1

57

India (maps), 1952 

1

58

Israel (travel papers), 1952 

1

59

South America (letters to Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace published in the Afro magazine section), 1957 February 

1

60

Japan and the Far East (International Committee of Social Work), 1958 

2

1

Japan, 1958 

2

2

Athens-Rome-New York [International Committee of Social Work?], 1958-1959 

2

3

Japan and Hong Kong, 1960 

2

4

Arctic Circle, 1963 

2

5

Passport, 1963-1967 

2

6

Diary, 1964 

2

7

Germany (under State Department Auspices, as Chair of Commission on Human Relations of Philadelphia), 1964 

2

8

Re travel plans (schedule of flights booked), 1966 

2

9

Health documents, 1976 

2

10

Los Angeles (hotel receipts), 1980 

2

11

F. Scrapbooks and Scrapbook Material 

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

2

12

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

2

13

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1888-1952 

2

14

Scrapbook: doctor of philosophy from University of Pennsylvania, 1921 

 OS 8

 

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1923-1935 

2

15

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1935-1936 

2

16

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1936 

2

17

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1937-1948 

2

18

Scrapbook: cards received during recovery from accident, 1945 

 OS 3

 

Scrapbook: mostly re Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, 1945-1946 

 OS

 

Scrapbook: Max Buchereau's visit from Haiti, 1947 

 OS 14

 

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1950 

2

19

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1950 

2

20

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1950-1951 

2

21

Scrapbook (1 of 3), 1951 

2

22

Scrapbook (2 of 3), 1951 

2

23

Scrapbook (3 of 3), 1951 

2

24

Scrapbook: Commission on Human Relations, 1963-1967 

 OS 5

 

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1966-1968 

2

25

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, 1973-1976 

2

26

Scrapbook material (Carter inauguration), 1977 

2

27

Scrapbook material (from Rae Pace), 1977, 1981 

2

28

Loose unsorted scrapbook material, 1983 

2

29

Memorial service for STMA, 1989 

2

30

Clippings re death of STMA, 1989 

2

31

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

14

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

15

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

16

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

17

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

18

Loose, unsorted scrapbook material, misc. dts. 

83

19

G. Personal Documents 

Birth certificate; miscellaneous business and membership cards, 1898-1959 

2

32

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II. PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE 

Box

Folder

A. With Raymond Pace Alexander 

To RPA upon receiving Ph.D. (May 21), 1921 

3

1

From RPA (with letter to MEA) [1935] 

3

2

RPA to STMA, 1938 

3

3

RPA to STMA, 1941 

3

4

RPA and Rae Pace to STMA during Ecumenical Methodist Conference, 1951 

3

5

RPA to STMA in Hawaii, 1952 February 

3

6

RPA to STMA from Florida, 1961-1970 

3

7

RPA to STMA from Jamaica, 1961 

3

8

RPA to STMA in San Francisco; Mother's Day card, 1964 

3

9

RPA to STMA during his Middle East trip, 1968 

3

10

Anniversary cards from RPA, 1970, 197 

3

11

B. With EMA (Beth, Babo, or Babs) 

With EMA, 1937 

3

12

EMA to STMA, 1942-1949 

3

13

With and re EMA, 1950 

3

14

With and re EMA, 1951 

3

15

With and re EMA, 1952 

3

16

With and re EMA, 1953-1954 

3

17

With and re EMA, 1955-1956 

3

18

With and re EMA, 1957 

3

19

With and re EMA, 1958 

3

20

With and re EMA, 1959 

3

21

With and re EMA, 1961 

3

22

With and re EMA, 1963-1966 

3

23

C. With Isabel Tanner Temple 

With Isabel Tanner Temple, 1946 

3

24

With Isabel Tanner Temple, 1947-1948 

3

25

With Isabel Tanner Temple, 1949-1951 

3

26

With and re Isabel Tanner Temple, 1952-1956 

3

27

With and re Isabel Tanner Temple, 1956 

3

28

With and re Isabel Tanner Temple, 1956 

3

29

With and re Isabel Tanner Temple, 1956 

3

30

With and re Isabel Tanner Temple, 1956-1957 

3

31

D. With and re Mary Elizabeth Alexander [Brown] 

Re Mary Elizabeth, 1935-1937 

3

32

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1938-1939 

3

33

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1940-1941 

3

34

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1942-1943 

3

35

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1944-1945 

3

36

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1946 

3

37

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1947 

3

38

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1948 

3

39

With and re Mary Elizabeth, 1948 

3

40

Letters home from Putney (sent by STMA to EMA), 1948 

3

41

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1948 

3

42

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1948 

3

43

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

3

44

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

3

45

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

3

46

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

4

1

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

4

2

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949 

4

3

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1949-1950 

4

4

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950 

4

5

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950 

4

6

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950 

4

7

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950 

4

8

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950 

4

9

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1950-1951 

4

10

With and re Mary Elizabeth at Putney, 1952-1955 

4

11

STMA to Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace from South America, 1957 

4

12

STMA to Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace from South America, 1957 

4

13

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1958-1961 

4

14

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1962-1965 

4

15

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1970-1971 

4

16

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1973-1975 

4

17

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1976-1979 

4

18

With Mary E. A. Brown and family, 1980-1982 

4

19

E. With and re Rae Pace Alexander [Epps Minter] 

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

20

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

21

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

22

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

23

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

24

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

25

Re birth of Rae Pace Alexander, 1937 

4

26

Re christening of Rae Pace Alexander, 1938 

4

27

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1938-1939 

4

28

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1940-1941 

4

29

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1941 

4

30

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1942-1945 

5

1

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1945-1947 

5

2

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1947-1948 

5

3

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1948-1949 

5

4

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1949 

5

5

With and re Rae Pace at Friends' Select, 1950-1951 

5

6

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1952-1953 

5

7

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1953 

5

8

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1954 

5

9

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1954 

5

10

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1955 

5

11

With and re Rae Pace Alexander at Putney, 1955 

5

12

With and re Rae Pace Alexander and Boston University, 1955-1959 

5

13

Re Rae Pace's wedding (Epps), 1960-1961 

5

14

Rae Pace's wedding (Epps) invitation list, 1960-1961 

83

21

With and re Rae Pace, 1962-1969 

5

15

With and re Rae Pace, 1970-1975 

5

16

With Rae Pace, 1977-1979 

5

17

With and re Rae Pace (incl. financial and medical records), 1980-1982 

5

18

F. With Various Relatives 

Unsorted, 1933-1937 

5

19

Unsorted, 1939 

5

20

Unsorted, 1940 

5

21

Unsorted, 1941 

5

22

Unsorted, 1941 

5

23

Unsorted, 1941 

5

24

From Tanner relatives, 1942 

5

25

Unsorted, 1944-1945 

5

26

Unsorted, 1945-1949 

5

27

From Irene Alexander, 1949 

5

28

Unsorted, 1950-1956 

5

29

From Maudelle Bousefield, 1957 

5

30

Re Christmas gifts for god children and other relatives, 1958 December 

5

31

Unsorted, 1961-1962 

6

1

Unsorted, 1966-1969 

6

2

Unsorted, 1969-1973 

6

3

Condolence re death of Scholley Alexander, 1974 

6

4

Condolences re death of RPA, 1974-1975 

6

5

Unsorted, 1976-1979 

6

6

G. General 

Mailing lists for wedding invitations and announcements, and lists of wedding presents; addendum in RPA's hand, 1923 

6

7

Unsorted, 1924-1929 

6

8

Unsorted, 1933-1934 

6

9

Unsorted, 1935-1938 

6

10

Unsorted, 1939 

6

11

Unsorted, 1939 

6

12

Unsorted, 1939 

6

13

Unsorted, 1939 

6

14

Unsorted, 1940 

6

15

Unsorted, 1940-1941 

6

16

Unsorted, 1942 

6

17

Unsorted, 1942 

6

18

Unsorted, 1943 

6

19

Unsorted, 1943 

6

20

Unsorted, 1944 

6

21

Unsorted, 1944 

6

22

Unsorted, 1944 

6

23

Unsorted, 1944 

6

24

Unsorted, 1944 

6

25

Unsorted, 1944 

6

26

Unsorted, 1945 

6

27

Unsorted, 1945 

6

28

Unsorted, 1945 

7

1

Unsorted, 1945 

7

2

Unsorted, 1945 

7

3

Unsorted, 1946 

7

4

Unsorted, 1946 

7

5

Unsorted, 1946 

7

6

Unsorted, 1946 

7

7

Unsorted, 1946 

7

8

Unsorted, 1946 

7

9

Unsorted, 1946 

7

10

Unsorted, 1946 

7

11

Unsorted, 1946 

7

12

Unsorted, 1946 

7

13

Unsorted, 1946 

7

14

Unsorted, 1946 

7

15

Unsorted, 1947 

7

16

Unsorted, 1947 

7

17

Unsorted, 1947 

7

18

Unsorted, 1947 

7

19

Unsorted, 1947 

7

20

Unsorted, 1947 

7

21

Unsorted, 1947 

7

22

Unsorted, 1947 

7

23

Unsorted, 1947 

7

24

Unsorted, 1947 

7

25

Unsorted, 1948 

7

26

Unsorted, 1948 

7

27

Unsorted, 1948 

8

1

Unsorted, 1948 

8

2

Unsorted, 1948 

8

3

Unsorted, 1948 

8

4

Unsorted, 1948 

8

5

Unsorted, 1948-1949 

8

6

Unsorted, 1949 

8

7

Unsorted, 1949 

8

8

Unsorted, 1949 

8

9

Unsorted, 1949 

8

10

Unsorted, 1949 

8

11

Unsorted, 1949 

8

12

Mailing list (A-L), [195-] 

8

13

Mailing list (M-Z), [195-] 

8

14

Unsorted, 1950 

8

15

Unsorted, 1950 

8

16

Unsorted, 1950 

8

17

Unsorted, 1951 

8

18

Unsorted, 1951 

8

19

Unsorted, 1951 

8

20

Unsorted, 1952 

8

21

Assistance to students seeking scholarships, 1952 

8

22

Unsorted, 1953 

8

23

Invitation to Juvenile Delinquency Investigators Committee, 1954 

8

24

Re Cheney State, 1956 

8

25

With Zulu Pennington, 1956 

8

26

Unsorted, 1957-1959 

8

27

Re and during trip to China and Japan (includes some RPA), 1960 

8

28

During trip to China and Japan (esp. with EMA and Verna Banks), 1960 

8

29

Unsorted, 1960 

8

30

Unsorted, 1961 

8

31

With J. Turner Layton, 1962 

8

32

Unsorted, 1962 

8

33

With J. Turner Layton, 1963 

8

34

With J. Turner Layton, 1963 

8

35

With J. Turner Layton, 1964 

8

36

With Herbert Northrup, 1964 

8

37

Unsorted, 1964 

8

38

Unsorted, 1964 

9

1

Unsorted, 1964 

9

2

Unsorted, 1965 

9

3

Unsorted, 1965 

9

4

Unsorted, 1965 

9

5

Unsorted, 1966 

9

6

Unsorted, 1966 

9

7

Unsorted, 1966 

9

8

Unsorted, 1966 

9

9

With J. Turner Layton, 1966-1967 

9

10

Unsorted, 1967 

9

11

Unsorted, 1967-1968 

9

12

Re Commission on Human Relations luncheon, 1968 

9

13

Re Benjamin and Henry O. Tanner, 1968 

9

14

Re retirement and honors, 1968 

9

15

Re retirement and honors, 1968 

9

16

With J. Turner Layton, 1968-1969 

9

17

Unsorted, 1969 

9

18

Unsorted, 1969 

9

19

Unsorted, 1970 

9

20

With J. Turner Layton, 1970-1971 

9

21

Unsorted, 1971 

9

22

Unsorted, 1972 

9

23

Unsorted, 1973 

9

24

With J. Turner Layton, 1974 

9

25

Congratulations on receiving honorary LL.D. from University of Pennsylvania, 1974 

9

26

Unsorted, 1974 

9

27

Unsorted, 1975 

9

28

Unsorted, 1975 

9

29

With J. Turner Layton, 1976 

9

30

Re Who's Who in America, 1976 

9

31

Unsorted, 1976 

9

32

Unsorted, 1976 

10

1

Unsorted, 1976 

10

2

Unsorted, 1977 

10

3

Unsorted, 1977 

10

4

Unsorted, 1977 

10

5

Unsorted, 1977 

10

6

Unsorted, 1977 

10

7

Unsorted, 1977 

10

8

Unsorted, 1978 

10

9

Unsorted, 1978 

10

10

With Jimmy Carter, 1980 

10

11

With Charles Ross Woodson, 3rd, 1980 

10

12

Unsorted, 1980 

10

13

Unsorted, 1980 

10

14

Re the Constance Clayton tea, 1981 

10

15

Unsorted, 1981 

10

16

Re Helen O. Dickens, 1982 

10

17

Unsorted, 1982 

10

18

Unsorted, 1983 

10

19

H. Greeting Cards 

Cards, 1937 

10

20

Cards, 1956 

10

21

Cards, 1967-1978 

10

22

Cards, 1978-1980 

10

23

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III. GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE 

Box

Folder

Unsorted, 1935 

10

24

Unsorted, 1935 

10

25

Unsorted, 1936 

10

26

Unsorted, 1936 

10

27

Unsorted, 1936 

10

28

Unsorted, 1936 

10

29

Unsorted, 1937 

10

30

Unsorted, 1937 

10

31

Unsorted, 1937 

10

32

Unsorted, 1937 

10

33

Unsorted, 1938 

11

1

Unsorted, 1938-1941 

11

2

With and re Herbert L. Miller, 1942 

11

3

Unsorted, 1944-1946 

11

4

Unsorted, 1947 

11

5

Re tribute to STMA, 1947 

11

6

Miscellaneous mailing lists, 1947 

11

7

Harmon Foundation, New York (portraits of the Alexanders exhibited), 1947-1948 

11

8

Unsorted, 1948 

11

9

Unsorted, 1948 

11

10

Unsorted, 1948 

11

11

Unsorted, 1948 

11

12

Unsorted, 1949 

11

13

Mailing list, 1950 

11

14

Re Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 1950 

11

15

Unsorted, 1950 

11

16

Mailing list, 1951 

11

17

Mailing list, 1951 

11

18

Re RPA's testimonial dinner, 1951 

11

19

Unsorted, 1951 

11

20

Re complaints against a poll watcher employed by Municipal Court, 1952 

11

21

Unsorted, 1952 

11

22

Unsorted, 1952 

11

23

Unsorted, 1952 

11

24

Re William Dallas (reference for scholarship), 1953 

11

25

Re Nehru visit, 1953 

11

26

Re Gertrude Nichols, 1953 

11

27

Unsorted, 1953 

11

28

Unsorted, 1953 

11

29

Unsorted, 1953 

11

30

Unsorted, 1953 

11

31

Unsorted, 1954 

11

32

With and re William H. Gray, Jr. re appointment of an African American to school board, 1955 

11

33

Unsorted, 1955 

11

34

With and re William H. Gray, Jr. re appointment of African American to school board, 1956 

11

35

Re Natalie Taylor (maid) and daughter, 1956 

11

36

Unsorted, 1956 

11

37

With VP Richard Nixon, 1957 

11

38

Unsorted, 1957 

11

39

Re the Petal Paper, 1957-1958 

11

40

Recommendation for appointment to US Commission on Civil Rights, 1958 

11

41

On behalf of F. Henderson Moore (re scholarship), 1958 

11

42

Re contributions to civic programs, 1958 

11

43

Unsorted, 1958 

12

1

Re contributions to civic organizations, 1959 

12

2

Re Norman Rogers, 1959 

12

3

Re support for Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Women and Children, 1959 

12

4

Unsorted, 1959 

12

5

Re contributions to civic programs, 1959-1960 

12

6

Unsorted, 1960 

12

7

Unsorted, 1960 

12

8

Unsorted, 1960 

12

9

Unsorted, 1961 

12

10

Re contributions to civic programs, 1961-1962 

12

11

Re RPA's "Plea and Suggestion to 400 Negro Ministers," 1963 

12

12

Re contributions to civic programs, 1963-1964 

12

13

Re Commission on Human Relations trip to Germany, 1964 

12

14

Unsorted, 1964-1965 

12

15

Unsorted, 1966 

12

16

Re Texas Centennial Commission, 1967 

12

17

Unsorted, 1967 

12

18

Unsorted, 1967 

12

19

Unsorted, 1968 

12

20

Re publicity, 1968 

12

21

Unsorted, 1969 

12

22

Acknowledgments, 1970 

12

23

Acknowledgments, 1970 

12

24

Re African American students (scholarships etc.), 1971 

12

25

Unsorted, 1971 

12

26

Unsorted, 1972 

12

27

Unsorted, 1973 

12

28

Unsorted, 1974 

12

29

Unsorted, 1975 

12

30

Crank calls, 1976 

12

31

Unsorted, 1976 

12

32

Unsorted, 1977 

12

33

Unsorted, 1978 

12

34

Unsorted, 1978 

12

35

Re requests for copies of RPA's writings and copyright in re same, 1979 

12

36

Unsorted, 1979 

13

1

Unsorted, 1979 

13

2

Congratulations re committee appointments, 1980 

13

3

Congratulations re appointment to White House Conference on Aging, 1980 

13

4

Unsorted, 1980 

13

5

Re Anacostia Neighborhood Museum (Smithsonian) and College of Wooster, 1980 January 

13

6

Re charitable contributions, 1980-1981 

13

7

Unsorted, 1981 

13

8

Re charitable contributions, 1982 

13

9

Unsorted, 1982 

13

10

Inquiry re Radcliffe College Black Women Oral History Project, 1982 

13

11

Congratulations (misc. unidentified), 1982 

13

12

Unsorted, 1983 

13

13

Re Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1985 

13

14

Re American Association of Retired Persons, 1986 

13

15

Condolence letters re death of STMA, 1989 

13

16

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IV. PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE 

Box

Folder

With and re women lawyers, 1938-1939 

13

17

With and re women lawyers, 1939 

13

18

Unsorted, 1940 

13

19

Unsorted, 1941-1943 

13

20

Unsorted, 1944 

13

21

Unsorted, 1950 

13

22

With State Department, 1951 

13

23

Unsorted, 1951-1952 

13

24

Unsorted, 1953 

13

25

Re law student Shyrlee Dallard, 1953 

13

26

Re law student Yvonne Carter, 1953-1954 

13

27

Re Mayor Williams, 1954 

13

28

Unsorted, 1954 

13

29

Re law student Ronald Wertheim, 1954-1955 

13

30

Unsorted, 1955 

13

31

Unsorted, 1956 

13

32

Re law student Ronald Wertheim, 1956-1957 

13

33

Re law student Yvonne Carter, 1957 

13

34

Unsorted, 1957 

13

35

Unsorted, 1958 

13

36

Unsorted, 1959 

13

37

Unsorted, 1960 

13

38

Unsorted, 1961 

13

39

Unsorted, 1962 

13

40

Unsorted, 1963 

13

41

Unsorted, 1964 

13

42

Judicial Nominating Committee, 1964 

14

1

Unsorted, 1965 

14

2

Unsorted, 1966 

14

3

Unsorted, 1966 

14

4

Unsorted, 1966 

14

5

Unsorted, 1967 

14

6

Unsorted, 1967 

14

7

With C.B. Tyree, 1968 

14

8

Star Harbor Senior Citizens' Center, 1968 

14

9

Unsorted, 1968 

14

10

Unsorted, 1969 

14

11

Unsorted, 1970 

14

12

Unsorted, 1971-1972 

14

13

Unsorted, 1973-1975 

14

14

Unsorted, 1976-1977 

14

15

Re Helen O. Dickens, 1980 

14

16

Memorandum on private discriminatory clubs, 1980 

14

17

Unsorted, 1980-1981 

14

18

Unsorted, 1982 

14

19

Re fee required by Pennsylvania rules of disciplinary enforcement, 1982 

14

20

Re moving from office after retirement, 1983 

14

21

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V. FINANCIAL RECORDS 

Box

Folder

A. Ledger Books 

1937-1940 

14

22

1941-1949 

14

23

1950-1955 

14

24

1957-1964 

14

25

1975 

14

25a

1976 

14

25b

1977 

14

25c

1978 

14

25

1978-1983 

14

25e

1979 

14

25

1980 

14

25g

1981 

14

25h

1982 

14

25i

B. Bank Books and Receipts 

Various savings accounts (13 books), 1924-1939 

14

26

Philadelphia Savings Fund Society (for Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace), 1939 

14

27

Books for various savings accounts, 1940-1943 

14

28

Books for various savings accounts, 1944-1958 

14

29

Books for various savings accounts, 1962-1971 

14

29a

Deposit slips (with some unrelated correspondence), 1978-1979 

14

30

C. Check Stubs and Registers 

Stubs, 1959-1960 

14

31

Stubs, 1960-1962 

14

32

Stubs, 1962-1964 

14

33

Stubs, 1966 

14

34

Stubs and Registers, 1966-1967 

15

1

Stubs and Registers, 1969-1970 

15

2

Stubs and Registers, 1970-1971 

15

3

Stubs and Registers, 1971-1972 

15

4

Stubs and Registers, 1972-1973 

15

5

Stubs and Registers, 1973 

15

6

Stubs and Registers, 1974 

15

7

Stubs and Registers, 1974-1975 

15

8

Stubs and Registers, 1975 

15

9

Stubs and Registers, 1976-1978 

15

10

Stubs and Registers, 1979-1982 

15

11

Stubs and Registers, 1982-1984 

15

12

D. Bank Statements and Canceled Checks 

Special account for Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace (mostly statements), 1976 

15

13

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1957-1963 

15

14

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1971 

15

15

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1972 

15

16

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1973 

15

17

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1973-1974 

15

18

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1974 

15

19

Bank statements, 1975 

15

20

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1975 

15

21

Miscellaneous canceled checks, 1976 

15

22

Canceled checks and statements, 1976 

15A

1

Canceled checks and statements, 1976 

15A

2

Canceled checks and statements, 1976 

15A

3

Canceled checks and statements, 1976-1977 

15A

4

Canceled checks and statements, 1977 

15A

5

Canceled checks and statements, 1977-1978 

15A

6

Canceled checks and statements, 1978 

15A

7

Canceled checks and statements, 1979 

15A

8

Canceled checks and statements, 1979-1980 

15A

9

Canceled checks and statements, 1980 

15A

10

Canceled checks and statements, 1980 

15A

11

Canceled checks and statements, 1981 

15A

12

Canceled checks and statements, 1981-1985 

15A

13

E. Invoices, Receipts, and Statements 

American Express, 1970-1981 

15A

14

Anton Furs, 1941-1946 

15A

15

Anton Furs, 1947-1949 

15A

16

Anton Furs, 1950-1954 

15A

17

Anton Furs, 1955-1957 

15A

18

Anton Furs, 1958-1959 

15A

19

Anton Furs, 1960-1963 

15A

20

Anton Furs, 1964-1969 

15A

21

Anton Furs, 1970-1977 

15A

22

Bell of Pennsylvania, 1976-1983 

15A

23

Bonds (School District of Lancaster), 1979-1990 

16

1

Breuninger's (milk), 1976-1982 

16

2

Contributions, 1977-1979 

16

3

Footer's Cleaners and Dyers, Inc., 1938-1944 

16

4

Great Bear Spring Co., 1960-1961 

16

5

Hess, Egan, Hagerty, and L'Hommedieu, Inc., 1981-1982 

16

6

House of Milner, 1938-1981 

16

7

J. E. Caldwell and Co., 1940-1980 

16

8

John Wanamaker, 1928-1929 

16

9

John Wanamaker, 1936-1937 

16

10

John Wanamaker, 1938 

16

11

John Wanamaker, 1939 

16

12

John Wanamaker, 1940 

16

13

John Wanamaker, 1941 

16

14

John Wanamaker, 1942-1943 

16

15

John Wanamaker, 1947-1961 

16

16

John Wanamaker, 1969-1970 

16

17

John Wanamaker, 1971-1972 

16

18

John Wanamaker, 1973 

16

19

John Wanamaker, 1974 

16

20

John Wanamaker, 1975 

16

21

John Wanamaker, 1976-1977 

16

22

John Wanamaker, 1978-1979 

16

23

John Wanamaker, 1980 

16

24

Jos. Habisreitinger, furrier, 1938-1940 

16

25

Kidder, Peabody, and Co., 1963-1975 

16

26

Meyers Bros. Parking System, Inc., 1976-1982 

16

27

P.J. O'Shaughnessy and Sons (landscaping), 1977-1979 

16

28

Philadelphia Electric Co., 1976-1983 

16

29

Philadelphia Gas Works, 1976-1983 

16

30

Philadelphia Lighting Fixture Co., Inc., 1940-1941 

16

31

S. Nucho, Oriental Rug Experts, 1938-1940 

16

32

Terminex Vogel-Ritt, 1977-1981 

16

33

Wall and Ochs, Inc., 1979-1980 

16

34

Water/sewage bills, 1979-1982 

16

35

Miscellaneous, 1935-1939 

16

36

Miscellaneous, 1940-1944 

16

37

Miscellaneous, 1960 

17

1

Miscellaneous, 1961 

17

2

Miscellaneous, 1962-1969 

17

3

Miscellaneous, 1970 

17

4

Miscellaneous, 1971 

17

5

Miscellaneous, 1972 

17

6

Miscellaneous, 1973 

17

7

Miscellaneous, 1974 

17

8

Miscellaneous, 1975 

17

9

Miscellaneous, 1975 

17

10

Miscellaneous, 1976 

17

11

Miscellaneous, 1976 

17

12

Miscellaneous, 1977 

17

13

Miscellaneous, 1978 

17

14

Miscellaneous, 1979 

17

15

Miscellaneous, 1980 

17

16

Miscellaneous, 1981 

17

17

Miscellaneous, 1982 

17

18

Miscellaneous, 1983 

17

19

F. Insurance 

Receipts and correspondence, 1919-1923 

17

20

Receipts, 1927-1934 

17

21

Receipts, 1935-1937 

17

22

Receipts, 1938-1940 

17

23

Receipts, 1940-1947 

17

24

Receipts, 1948-1954 

17

25

Receipts, 1955-1960 

17

26

Receipts, 1961-1963 

18

1

Receipts, 1964-1969 

18

2

Receipts, 1970-1973 

18

3

Receipts, 1974-1979 

18

4

Receipts, 1976 

18

5

Receipts, 1977 

18

6

Receipts, 1978 

18

7

Receipts, 1979 

18

8

Receipts, 1980 

18

9

Receipt, 1981 

18

10

Cathedral Village (nursing home), 1981 

18

10a

Receipts, 1982-1983 

18

11

Cathedral Village (nursing home), 1983 

18

11a

Receipts, 1984 

18

11b

G. Real Estate: Ledger Books 

1927-1937 

18

12

1927-1937 

18

13

H. Real Estate: 2908 Diamond Street 

Correspondence and legal papers, 1924-1926 

18

14

Correspondence and legal papers, 1927 

18

15

Correspondence and legal papers, 1928 

18

16

Correspondence and legal papers, 1929-1930 

18

17

Correspondence and legal papers, 1931-1932 

18

18

Correspondence and legal papers, 1933 

18

19

Correspondence and legal papers, 1934 

18

20

Correspondence and legal papers, 1935 

18

21

Correspondence and legal papers, 1936-1937 

18

22

Correspondence and legal papers, 1938 

18

23

Correspondence and legal papers, 1939 

18

24

Correspondence and legal papers, 1940-1941 

18

25

Correspondence and legal papers, 1942 

18

26

Correspondence and legal papers, 1943-1944 

18

27

Correspondence and legal papers, 1945-1950 

18

28

Correspondence and legal papers, 1981 

18

29

I. Real Estate: 1900 Chestnut Street 

Correspondence and finances, 1971-1978 

18

30

Correspondence and finances, 1979-1980 

18

31

Correspondence and finances, 1981 

18

32

Correspondence and finances, 1982-1984 

18

33

J. Real Estate: Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous mortgages and insurance papers, 1941-1947 

18

34

2104 Jefferson Street (deeds, mortgages, etc.), 1949 

18

35

Sale of 2104 Jefferson Street, 1950-1952 

19

1

Re 1708 Jefferson, 1953 

19

2

Re 654 North 13th Street, 1964-1965 

19

3

K. Wills and Estate 

Will and trust agreement, 1940,1947 

19

4

Re will, 1949 

19

5

Will and trust, 1951 

19

6

Codicil and agreement re will, 1958 

19

7

Agreement with RPA re division of their property, 1962 

19

8

Will, 1962-1965 

19

9

Will, 1966-1967 

19

10

Letter and ms. notes for will, 1974-1975 

19

11

Will, 1975 

19

12

Real estate appraisal (700 Westview, RPA estate), 1975 

19

13

Re RPA estate, 1976 

19

14

Will (ms.), 1976 

19

15

Trust agreement for grandchildren, 1976 

19

16

Correspondence, 1981 

19

17

L. Investments 

Miscellaneous, 1956-1982 

19

18

M. Income tax 

1974-1975 

19

19

1976-1977 

19

20

N. Property tax 

1975-1984 

19

27

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VI. EDUCATION 

Box

Folder

A. M St. High School, Washington D.C. 

Handwritten essay, 1911 

19

28

Senior Promenade memory book, 1915 

19

29

High school news letter, 1915 

19

30

B. University of Pennsylvania 

Bicentennial Fund (correspondence), 1937-1940 

19

31

Bicentennial Celebration Exercises, 1940 

19

32

To General Alumni Society re RPA's election, 1951 

19

33

Correspondence, 1969-1970 

19

34

Election to Phi Beta Kappa, 1970 

19

35

Invitation to President's reception, 1970 

19

36

Correspondence, 1971-1974 

19

37

Correspondence with University Archives, 1974 May 

19

38

Re the Raymond Pace Alexander Award, 1975 

19

39

Correspondence, 1975-1976 

19

40

Committee to Honor Marian Anderson, 1977 

19

41

Miscellaneous, 1977, 1980 

19

42

Phi Beta Kappa (re replacement key), 1981 

19

43

Black Alumni Society, 1982 

19

44

C. University of Pennsylvania (Graduate and Professional) 

Class notes and working file for dissertation, 1917-1921 

19

45

Exam records and letter re Law Review Editorial Board, 1926-1927 

19

46

Bulletin listing Penn Ph.D.s (STMA's 1921), 1927 

19

47

Commencement program (STMA's LL.B.), 1927 

19

48

Newsletter, 1956 

19

49

Correspondence (with Law School), 1958 

19

50

Re Annual Giving (Law School), 1967 

19

51

Re Bequest and Deferred Gift program, 1971 

19

52

Re Honorary LL.D. (correspondence), 1974 

19

53

Re Honorary LL.D. (commencement program), 1974 

19

54

Re possible endowment of Biddle Law Library, 1977 December 

19

55

Correspondence and Law Alumni Journal, 1977-1981 

19

56

Law Alumni Society, 1982 

19

57

Women's Law Group: inviting STMA to membership of the Advisory Board of the Conference on Women and the Law, 1982 

19

58

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VII. LAW PRACTICE and RELATED PROFESSIONAL PAPERS 

Box

Folder

A. Administrative Records 

Divorce docket, 1926-1937 

20

1

Divorce docket, 1937-1947 

20

2

Office vacation schedule [195-] 

20

3

Changes in Pennsylvania Estates Tax, 1956 

20

4

Notice of removal of law office to 1201 Market Street, 1959 

20

5

Memorandum: Support: Tax Considerations [197-] 

20

6

Memoranda and forms re divorce proceedings [197-] 

20

7

Announcement of Atkinson, Myers, and Archie: STMA of Counsel to the firm, 1976 

20

8

Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (re annual fee and registration statement), 1977-1978 

20

9

Letter of Nolan Atkinson re appointments to US District Court, 1978 

20

10

Memoranda of the firm, 1982 

20

11

B. Financial Records 

Office manual for Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, n.d. 

20

12

Bank book for client account, 1926 

20

13

Receipts, 1932 

20

14

Bank books for client accounts, 1933-1936 

20

15

Receipts, 1936 

20

16

Bank books for client accounts, 1938 

20

17

Receipts, 1939-1940 

20

18

Bank book for client account, 1940 

20

19

Ledger (attorney's account), 1940-1941 

20

20

Receipts, 1941 

20

21

Bank books for client accounts, 1941-1944 

20

22

Ledger (attorney's account), 1944-1949 

20

23

Bank books for client accounts, 1948-1950 

20

24

Ledger (attorney's account), 1950-1956 

20

25

Canceled checks, 1957 

20

26

Ledger (attorney's account), 1957-1964 

20

27

Leases and rent notices, 1959 

20

28

Check register, 1959-1960 

20

29

Leases and rent notices, 1960 

20

30

Check register, 1960-1962 

20

31

Check register, 1960-1969 

20

32

Rent notices, 1961 

20

33

Receipts issued, 1961 

20

34

Receipts issued, 1961-1968 

20

35

Record of fees paid, 1962 

20

36

Office lease, 1963 

20

37

Record of fees paid, 1963 

20

38

Deposit slips, 1964 

20

39

Record of fees paid, 1964 

20

40

Invoices and correspondence, 1964 

20

41

Deposit slips, 1965 

21

1

Record of fees paid, 1965 

21

2

Tax records, 1965 

21

3

Attorney's and personal account ledger, 1965-1975 

 OS 7

 

Deposit slips, 1966 

21

4

Record of fees paid, 1966 

21

5

Tax records, 1966 

21

6

Invoices and correspondence, 1966 

21

7

Check register, 1967 

21

8

Deposit slips, 1967 

21

9

Record of fees paid, 1967 

21

10

Tax records, 1967 

21

11

Invoices and correspondence, 1967 

21

12

Check register, 1967-1968 

21

13

Deposit slips, 1968 

21

14

Tax records, 1968 

21

15

Invoices and correspondence, 1968 

21

16

Check register, 1968-1969 

21

17

Receipts issued, 1968-1969 

21

18

Record of fees paid, 1968-1969 

21

19

Canceled checks, 1969 

21

20

Deposit slips, 1969 

21

21

Receipts issued, 1969 

21

22

Tax records, 1969 

21

23

Invoices and correspondence, 1969 

21

24

Receipts issued, 1969-1970 

21

25

Receipts issued, 1970 

21

26

Deposit slips, 1970 

21

27

Tax records, 1970 

21

28

Invoices and correspondence, 1970 

21

29

Record of fees paid, 1970 

21

30

Receipts issued, 1970-1971 

21

31

Receipts issued, 1971 

21

32

Record of fees paid, 1971 

21

33

Tax records, 1971 

21

34

Invoices and correspondence, 1971 

21

35

Check register, 1971-1972 

21

36

Receipts issued, 1971-1972 

22

1

Receipts issued, 1972 

22

2

Record of fees paid, 1972 

22

3

Tax records, 1972 

22

4

Invoices and correspondence, 1972 

22

5

Receipts issued, 1972-1973 

22

6

Receipts issued, 1973 

22

7

Record of fees paid, 1973 

22

8

Tax records, 1973 

22

9

Invoices and correspondence, 1973 

22

10

Receipts issued, 1973-1974 

22

11

Check register, 1973-1979 

22

12

Receipts issued, 1974 

22

13

Tax records, 1974 

22

14

Invoices and correspondence, 1974 

22

15

Record of fees paid, 1974 

22

16

Receipts issued, 1974-1975 

22

17

Check register, 1975 

22

18

Real estate appraisal, 1975 

22

19

Record of fees paid, 1975 

22

20

Tax records, 1975 

22

21

Invoices and correspondence, 1975 

22

22

Receipts issued, 1975-1976 

22

23

Check register, 1976 

22

24

Payroll ledger sheets, 1976 

22

25

Reconciliation of account between STMA and Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, 1976 

22

26

Record of fees paid, 1976 

22

27

Tax records, 1976 

22

28

Invoices and correspondence, 1976 

22

29

Receipts issued, 1976-1978 

22

30

Canceled checks, 1977 

22

31

Check register, 1977 

22

32

Deposit slips, 1977 

22

33

Reconciliation of account between STMA and Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, 1977 

22

34

Record of fees paid, 1977 

22

35

Tax records, 1977 

22

36

Invoices and correspondence, 1977 

22

37

Canceled checks, 1978 

23

1

Check register, 1978 

23

2

Reconciliation of account between STMA and Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, 1978 

23

3

Tax records, 1978 

23

4

Record of fees paid, 1978 

23

5

Invoices and correspondence, 1978 

23

6

Receipts issued, 1978-1979 

23

7

Canceled checks, 1979 

23

8

Deposit slips, 1979 

23

9

Reconciliation of account between STMA and Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, 1979 

23

10

Tax records, 1979 

23

11

Invoices and correspondence, 1979 

23

12

Check register, 1979-1982 

23

13

Office rent, 1980 

23

14

Invoices and correspondence, 1980 

23

15

Check register, 1980-1982 

23

16

Check register, 1980-1983 

23

17

Reconciliation of account between STMA and Atkinson, Myers, Archie, and Wallace, 1981 

23

17a

Office rent, 1981 

23

18

Tax records, 1981 

23

19

Invoices and correspondence, 1981 

23

20

Tax records, 1982 

23

21

Invoices and correspondence, 1982 

23

22

Receipts, 1983 

23

23

Canceled checks and bank statements (bundled), 1958-1962 

23

24

Canceled checks and bank statements, (bundled), 1963-1974 

 24

 

C. Diaries, Journals, and Directories 

Personal address book, n.d. 

25

1

Daily calendar, 1936 

25

2

Daily calendar, 1937 

25

3

Office diary; daily calendar, 1938 

25

4

Daily calendar, 1940 

25

5

Office notebook, 1941 

25

6

Daily calendar, 1941 

25

7

Daily calendar, 1942 

25

8

Daily calendar, 1943 

25

9

Daily calendar, 1944 

25

10

Daily calendar, 1945 

25

11

Daily calendar, 1946 

25

12

Daily calendar, 1947 

25

13

Daily calendar, 1948 

25

14

Daily calendar, 1949 

25

15

Ms. book of case-notes, 1949-1950 

26

1

Client register and index to files, 1954-1977 

26

2

Telephone message book, 1959 

26

3

Telephone message book, 1959-1960 

26

4

Telephone message book, 1960 

26

5

Telephone message book, 1960-1961 

26

6

Address book, 1961 

26

7

Telephone message book, 1961 

26

8

Telephone message book, 1961-1962 

26

9

Appointment book, 1962 

26

10

Telephone message book, 1962-1963 

26

11

Municipal telephone book, 1974 

26

12

Telephone message book, 1974 

26

13

Telephone message book, 1974-1975 

26

14

Telephone message book, 1975 

26

15

Office diary, 1975 

26

16

Telephone message book, 1975-1976 

26

17

Shorthand notebook, 1976 

26

18

Appointment book, 1976 

26

19

Telephone message, 1976-1977 

26

20

Referrals book, 1976-1978 

26

21

Appointment book, 1977 

26

22

Appointment book, 1977 

26

23

Telephone message book, 1977-1978 

26

24

Telephone message book, 1978-1979 

26

25

Municipal directory, 1980 

26

26

Lawyer's Diary, 1955 

27

1

Lawyer's Diary, 1956 

27

2

Lawyer's Diary, 1957 

27

3

Lawyer's Diary, 1958 

27

4

Lawyer's Diary, 1959 

27

5

Lawyer's Diary, 1960 

27

6

Lawyer's Diary, 1961 

27

7

Lawyer's Diary, 1962 

27

8

Lawyer's Diary, 1963 

27

9

Lawyer's Diary, 1964 

28

1

Lawyer's Diary, 1965 

28

2

Lawyer's Diary, 1966 

28

3

Lawyer's Diary, 1968 

28

4

Lawyer's Diary, 1969 

28

5

Lawyer's Diary, 1970 

28

6

Lawyer's Diary, 1971 

28

7

Lawyer's Diary, 1972 

28

8

Lawyer's Diary, 1973 

28

9

Lawyer's Diary, 1974 

28

10

Lawyer's Diary, 1975 

28

11

Lawyer's Diary, 1979 

28

12

Rolodex card file of clients, 1958-1978 

 29

 

Set of Rolodex cards, 1960-1974 

 29

 

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VIII. LEGAL ISSUES AND ACTIONS 

Box

Folder

A. Mount Lawn Cemetery 

Bylaws, ca.1926 

30

1

Miscellaneous legal papers, 1928 

30

2

Deeds, 1945 

30

3

Board of directors, 1945-1946 

30

4

Lease agreement, 1946 

30

5

Board of directors, 1947-1948 

30

6

Correspondence and legal papers, 1952-1958 

30

7

Board of directors, 1959 

30

8

Board of directors, 1959 

30

9

Correspondence and land title insurance papers, 1959 

30

10

Board of directors, 1960 

30

11

Correspondence and land title insurance papers, 1960 

30

12

Board of directors, 1961 

30

13

Board of directors, 1961 

30

14

Board of directors, 1962 

30

15

Selective sales and use tax, 1962 

30

16

Labor union agreement, 1962 

30

17

Correspondence and finances, 1962 

30

18

Correspondence and finances, 1962 

30

19

Correspondence and finances, 1963 

30

20

Correspondence and finances, 1964 

30

21

Annual report, 1965 

30

22

Correspondence, 1965 

30

23

Correspondence and finances, 1965 

30

24

Annual report, 1966 

30

25

Agreement re sanitary landfill, 1966 

30

26

Correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

30

27

Correspondence and finances, 1966 

30

28

Land survey, 1967 

30

29

Department of Highways improvement survey, 1967 

30

30

Report on proposed highway improvements, 1967 

30

31

Re Department of Highways, 1967 

30

32

Correspondence, 1967 

30

33

Correspondence and finances, 1967 

30

34

Appraisal, 1968 

30

35

Correspondence and memoranda, 1968 

30

36

Legal papers, 1968 

30

37

Legal papers and finances, 1968 

30

38

Correspondence, 1968 

30

39

Correspondence and finances, 1968-1971 

30

40

Correspondence and memoranda, incl. re financial reports and Hook Road improvements situation, 1969-1970 

30

41

Brochures with price list, 1970 

30

42

Correspondence and memoranda re legal business and Hook Road situation, 1970 

30

43

Report on Hook Road situation, 1970 

31

1

Labor union contract, 1970 

31

2

Perpetual Care Fund Review Account, 1970 

31

3

Deed, 1970 

31

4

Court brief re Department of Highways condemnation of right of way, 1970 

31

5

Correspondence and memoranda, incl. re mortgages held and Hook Road improvements situation, 1970 

31

6

Insurance, 1970 

31

7

Correspondence and finances, 1970 

31

8

Correspondence and memoranda (re union labor), 1971 

31

9

Legal business, 1971 

31

10

Board of directors business (minutes), 1971 

31

11

Legal papers and finances, 1971 

31

12

Correspondence, 1971 

31

13

Estate of Jennie Morris, 1971-1972 

31

14

Affidavit and correspondence re an incident of theft, 1972 

31

15

Financial statements, 1972 

31

16

Correspondence, 1972 

31

17

Appraisal, 1973 

31

18

Financial statements, 1973 

31

19

Correspondence and memoranda, 1973 

31

20

Mount Lawn Cemetery v. Metropolitan Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 1974 

31

21

Mount Lawn Cemetery v. Metropolitan Mutual Fire (complaint in assumpsit), 1974 

31

22

Financial statements, 1974 

31

23

Correspondence and finances, 1974 

31

24

Financial statements, 1975 

31

25

General report on improvements; other board business, 1975 

31

26

Re Hook Road improvements (condemnation and settlement), 1975 

31

27

Correspondence and memoranda, 1975 

31

28

Financial statement, 1976 

31

29

Budget, 1976 

31

30

The New Care Fund Tax Law, 1976 

31

31

Correspondence and finances, 1976 

31

32

Union labor agreements, 1977 

31

33

Correspondence and finances, 1977 

31

34

Financial statements, 1977-1978 

31

35

Correspondence and finances, 1978 

31

36

Legal business (mortgages), 1978 

31

37

Correspondence and finances, 1978-1979 

31

38

Reviewed financial statements, 1979 

31

39

Correspondence and finances, 1979 

31

40

Correspondence, 1980 

31

41

Legal business and financial statements, 1980-1981 

31

42

B. Estate of Thomas Greer 

Correspondence and legal papers, 1909-1939 

32

1

Receipts, 1941 

32

2

Bank book, statements, and check stubs, 1942 

32

3

Legal papers, 1942 

32

4

Receipts, 1942 

32

5

Correspondence, 1942 

32

6

Correspondence, 1942 

32

7

Correspondence, 1942 

32

8

Bank statements and check stubs, 1943 

32

9

Legal papers, 1943 

32

10

Receipts, 1943 

32

11

Correspondence, 1943 

32

12

Correspondence, 1943 

32

13

Correspondence, 1943 

32

14

Receipts, 1944 

32

15

Correspondence, 1944 

32

16

Legal papers, 1945 

32

17

Receipts, 1945 

32

18

Correspondence, 1945 

32

19

Correspondence, 1945 

32

20

Correspondence, 1945 

32

21

Legal papers, 1946 

32

22

Receipts, 1946 

32

23

Correspondence, 1946 

32

24

Correspondence, 1946 

32

25

Legal papers, 1947 

32

26

Legal papers, 1947 

32

27

Receipts, 1947 

32

28

Correspondence, 1947 

32

29

Correspondence, 1947 

32

30

C. Estate of Edward J. Burke 

Will, 1953 

33

1

Legal papers and receipts, 1954 

33

2

Correspondence, 1954 

33

3

Legal papers and receipts, 1955 

33

4

Correspondence, 1955 

33

5

Legal papers and receipts, 1956 

33

6

Correspondence, 1956 

33

7

Correspondence and receipts, 1957 

33

8

Legal papers, 1958 

33

9

Correspondence and receipts, 1958-1961 

33

10

Legal papers and receipts, 1962 

33

11

Correspondence, 1962 

33

12

Legal papers and correspondence, 1963 

33

13

D. Estate of John Everett Hodges 

Legal papers and receipts, 1940 

33

14

Legal papers, 1941 

33

15

Receipts, 1941 

33

16

Correspondence, 1941 

33

17

Correspondence and receipts, 1942 

33

18

Correspondence and receipts, 1943 

33

19

Correspondence and receipts, 1944 

33

20

Correspondence and receipts, 1945 

33

21

Correspondence and receipts, 1946 

33

22

Correspondence and receipts, 1947 

33

23

Correspondence and receipts, 1948 

33

24

Legal papers and receipts, 1949 

33

25

Correspondence, 1949 

33

26

Correspondence and receipts, 1950 

33

27

Legal papers and receipts, 1951 

33

28

Correspondence, 1951 

33

29

E. Estate of Martha Johnson 

Bank statements, canceled checks, and case notes, 1964-1967 

33

30

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1968 

33

31

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1969-1970 

33

32

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1971-1972 

33

33

F. Union A.M.E. Church 

Correspondence, 1933-1939 

34

1

Correspondence, 1940-1943 

34

2

Correspondence, 1944-1946 

34

3

Correspondence, 1947-1949 

34

4

Notes and correspondence, 1954 

34

5

Notes and correspondence, 1954 

34

6

Correspondence, 1954-1956 

34

7

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1960-1961 

34

8

Correspondence and legal papers, 1961 

34

9

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1961 

34

10

Correspondence and legal papers, 1961-1962 

34

11

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1963 

34

12

Notes and correspondence, 1964-1966 

34

13

Notes, correspondence, and receipts, 1967-1970 

34

14

Correspondence, receipts, and legal papers, 1973-1979 

34

15

Correspondence and receipts, 1980-1982 

34

16

G. A.M.E. Church (Miscellaneous) 

African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1880,1929-1935 

34

17

African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1936-1948 

34

18

Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1943-1948 

34

19

Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1943-1951 

34

20

A.M.E. Book Concern, 1947-1951 

34

21

Bute Street A.M.E. Church, 1886 

34

22

Bishop J. H. Clayborn of 13th District v. African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1949 

34

23

Commission on combined hymnal of A.M.E. Zion and A.M.E. churches, 1945-1948 

34

24

Elmwood A.M.E. Church, 1943 

34

25

Fairview A.M.E. Church, 1943-1944 

34

26

Gibbons Printing v. A.M.E. Church, 1944 

35

1

Little Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1945-1951 

35

2

Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1944-1945 

35

3

Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, 1943-1944 

35

4

Reid v. A.M.E. Church, 1957 

35

5

Montrose Thornton v. A.M.E. Church, 1947-1949 

35

6

Varrick A.M.E. Zion Church, 1944-1949 

35

7

Varrick A.M.E. Zion Church, 1954-1959 

35

8

Walker v. A.M.E. Church, 1944-1945 

35

9

H. Citizens and Southern Building and Loan Association 

Legal papers, 1924-1928 

35

10

Correspondence and legal papers, 1929 

35

11

Correspondence, receipts, and legal papers, 1930 

35

12

Correspondence and legal papers, 1931 

35

13

Correspondence and legal papers, 1932-1933 

35

14

Correspondence and legal papers, 1934-1935 

35

15

Correspondence, 1936-1939 

35

16

I. Miscellaneous Clients and Cases 

Afro-American, 1937-1938 

35

17

Albemarle Apartments, 1959 

35

18

Mrs. Allen, 1958 

35

19

Frank Augusta, 1940-1956 

35

20

William Avery, Jr., 1954 

35

21

Mary J. Bacon, 1943-1945 

35

22

Eva Ballas, 1943 

35

23

Alexander Barefield, 1959 

35

24

Bertha Lehonora Williams Barnes, 1959 

35

25

Bertha Lehonora Williams Barnes, 1959-1962 

35

26

J. C. Beckett, 1937-1943 

35

27

Walter C. Beckett, 1975-1977 

35

28

Walter C. Beckett, 1978-1979 

35

29

Walter C. Beckett, 1979-1980 

35

30

Walter C. Beckett, 1981-1983 

35

31

Board of Home Missions, 1944 

35

32

Board of Home Missions, 1945 

35

33

Diane Bocchino, 1954 

36

1

Alberta Boyd, 1955 

36

2

Nannie Bradshaw, 1954 

36

3

Earl J. Branch, 1970 

36

4

Earl J. Branch, 1970-1972 

36

5

David Brooks, Jr., 1943 

36

6

Margaret Brown, 1943 

36

7

Fazelie Campbell, 1952-1957 

36

8

Joseph Carter, 1943 

36

9

Nettie Clayton, 1953 

36

10

Betty Coles, 1959 

36

11

Beulah Taylor Collins, 1942 

36

12

Mary M. Cooper, 1942 

36

13

Ruby Daniel, 1938 

36

14

Shirley Daniel, 1955 

36

15

Ella Dawkins, 1954 

36

16

Helen O. Dickens, 1979-1981 

36

17

Helene King Downing, 1952-1955 

36

18

Turner G. Duckrey, 1958 

36

19

Nathaniel S. Duff, 1938 

36

20

Eleazar Eggleston, 1942-1943 

36

21

Eleanor's Beauty Parlor, 1949 

36

22

Ruth J. Erwin, 1954-1955 

36

23

James and Edith Evans, 1958 

36

24

Faith Tabernacle, Muchmore Memorial Baptist Church, 1941-1942 

36

25

As above, 1941-1948 

36

26

James Fisher, 1943-1944 

36

27

Clara Freeman, 1954 

36

28

Arthur Futrell, 1952 

36

29

John Garland, 1958-1959 

36

30

Robert Garrison, 1942-1943 

36

31

Eleanor Brown Gilmore, 1943-1944 

36

32

Girl Scouts of America, 1951 

36

33

Romaine and William Givings, 1955 

36

34

Ann Glenn, 1966 

36

35

Valerie Gossett, 1955-1956 

36

36

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gray, Jr., 1954 

36

37

Francis R. Griffin, 1958 

36

38

Nancy B. Griffin, 1954 

36

39

George W. Grose, 1950-1951 

36

40

Josephine Harden, 1943 

36

41

Patricia Harden, 1979 

36

42

Elbert E. Hare, 1956 

36

43

Bessie Harris, 1958 

36

44

Geneva Harris, 1959 

36

45

Jesse Fauset Harris, 1940-1941 

36

46

Jesse Fauset Harris, 1941-1942 

36

47

Harrisburg Church, 1945-1946 

36

48

Ada Highgate, 1944-1945 

36

49

Ada Highgate, 1946 

36

50

Ada Highgate, 1946-1947 

36

51

Emma E. Hill, 1942-1943 

36

52

Davis Hodge, 1942-1943 

36

53

Indianapolis Depot Restaurant, 1945-1947 

36

54

Carl Jacobs, 1959 

36

55

Samuel James, 1953 

36

56

Juanita Jarrett (x-rays and letter), 1974 

 OS

 

Jefferson v. 59th Street Baptist Church, 1963-1964 

36

57

Susie M. Johnson, 1943 

36

58

O.J. Jones, 1945-1950 

36

59

Walter Samuel Jones, 1943 

36

60

Mattie Jordan, 1954 

36

61

Tony E. Josato, 1942-1943 

37

1

William Kearse, 1943 

37

2

Eugene Keckley, 1954 

37

3

Josephine B. Keene, 1980-1982 

37

4

Mary A. Knight, 1952-1953 

37

5

Franz R. Krejs, 1976 

37

6

S.S. Kresge Co., 1938 

37

7

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lancaster, 1955 

37

8

Pauline R. Lee, 1943 

37

9

Cleola Lett, 1958 

37

10

Alfred Lewis, 1954 

37

11

Louie W. Lewis, 1943 

37

12

The Links, Inc., 1948-1951 

37

13

Little Temple United Holy Church, 1938-1951 

37

14

Little Temple United Holy Church, 1952-1954 

37

15

Nellie A. Lockett, 1958 

37

16

Paul Lyet, 1952-1954 

37

17

Paul Lyet, 1955-1959 

37

18

Ruby Windfield Tabb Mack, 1977 

37

19

Elizabeth Dorsey Mackey, 1957-1959 

37

20

Harry Thomas Maddox and Irene Frances Maddox, 1981 

37

21

Milton Margolis, 1955-1956 

37

22

Julius Elmer Matthews, 1979-1983 

37

23

Mamie McBride, 1945-1946 

37

24

Andrew McCleary, 1943 

37

25

Mattie McCray, 1943 

37

26

Bertha McDowell, 1943-1944 

37

27

Delores McGill, 1943 

37

28

J. Winsmore Mason, 1941-1944 

37

29

Joseph P. Meehan, 1970-1973 

37

30

Lilian O. Milner, 1957-1960 

37

31

Louis Delaney Monroe, 1943 

37

32

Simon and Mattie Monroe, 1954 

37

33

Mary J. Mont, 1942 

37

34

Beatrice Moore, 1954 

37

35

Aaron Mossell v. Marguerite D. Mossell, 1950 

37

36

Jane M. Murphy, 1943 

37

37

James D. Nelson, 1963-1971 

37

38

James D. Nelson, 1971 

37

39

James D. Nelson, 1971 

37

40

New Bethlehem Baptist Church, 1968-1976 

37

41

New Hope Mission, 1945 

37

42

Cora O'Brien, 1943-1944 

37

43

Addison Oliver, 1943-1945 

37

44

Martin Outerbridge, 1943-1948 

37

45

Linda Palladino, 1967-1976 

37

46

Paradise Lakes, 1943 

37

47

Paradise Lakes, 1943-1945 

38

1

The Pentecostal Way, 1966-1967 

38

2

Philadelphia City Federation of Negro Women's Clubs, 1938-1939 

38

3

James L. Pitts, 1942 

38

4

Isaiah M. Poole, 1957 

38

5

Isaiah M. Poole, 1957 

38

6

Isaiah M. Poole, 1958-1961 

38

7

Isaiah M. Poole, 1961-1962 

38

8

Denise Price, 1971-1972 

38

9

Denise Price, 1974-1977 

38

10

George Thomas Price, 1942 

38

11

Edward Parnell, Jr., 1942-1943 

38

12

Harry H. Ray, 1951 

38

13

Lillian Richardson, 1943 

38

14

Sherritta Ridgely, 1982 

38

15

Robert Wood Industrial Home, 1943-1959 

38

16

William H. Roberts, 1943-1946 

38

17

William Thornley Roberts, 1939 

38

18

Lillian Rose, 1952 

38

19

Santiago v. City of Philadelphia, 1978-1981 

38

20

Arthur Scott, 1942-1943 

38

21

Arthur Scott, 1943-1945 

38

22

Alice Smith, 1942 

38

23

Ina Lee Smith, 1942 

38

24

Iona Burton Smith, 1943 

38

25

Mamie Smith, 1943-1948 

38

26

Thomas Smith, 1958 

38

27

Southern Railway System, 1941-1947 

38

28

Mary Spencer, 1943-1944 

38

29

Laura Dunbar Staples, 1959 

38

30

Alvahteen Stewart, 1928 

38

31

John T. Stewart, 1956 

38

32

Myra Surence, 1950-1954 

38

33

Yvonne Sylvain, 1946-1947 

38

34

Amanda Taylor, 1943-1944 

38

35

Wilhelmina Murphy Taylor, 1943 

38

36

Temple University, 1943-1944 

38

37

Willie Terrell, 1942-1943 

38

38

Mary Levels Thomas, 1954 

38

39

Gilmer Thompson, 1972 

38

40

Lola Toliaferro, 1952 

38

41

Dorothy Tober, 1943 

38

42

Treasurer's Report, 1964-1968 

38

43

Irene Trulear, 1938 

38

44

Union Church, 1970-1972 

39

1

Union Church, 1973-1976 

39

2

Sylvester Vaughn, 1944 

39

3

Oscar Walker, 1943 

39

4

Laura Wheeler Waring, 1948 

39

5

Laura Wheeler Waring, 1948-1949 

39

6

Washington Airport, 1948 

39

7

Charles M. Washington, 1946 

39

8

George Wellington Waters, 1943 

39

9

Lilbert Waters, 1942-1943 

39

10

Dorothy A. Watson, 1971-1972 

39

11

The Whosoever Will Church of God, 1951-1952 

39

12

William Whitmire, 1956 

39

13

John P. Wilcox, 1969 

39

14

Larnie Wilkins, 1962 

39

15

Artura Williams, 1956 

39

16

Elizabeth Williams, 1943 

39

17

Lawrence H. Williams, 1967-1969 

39

18

Oliver Wilson, 1944 

39

19

Sealie Wilson, 1957 

39

20

Theodore G. Wood, 1943 

39

21

Andrew Woodward, 1942 

39

22

David Young, 1953 

39

23

Wilson W. Young, 1979 

39

24

Miscellaneous file, 1933-1940 

39

25

Miscellaneous file, 1938-1940 

39

26

Miscellaneous file, 1943 

39

27

Miscellaneous file, 1948-1951 

39

28

Miscellaneous file, 1952 

39

29

Miscellaneous file, 1953 

39

30

Miscellaneous file, 1954 

39

31

Miscellaneous file, 1955-1956 

39

32

Miscellaneous file, 1957 

39

33

Miscellaneous file, 1958 

39

34

Miscellaneous file, 1959 

39

35

Miscellaneous file, 1966-1969 

39

36

Miscellaneous file, 1971-1980 

39

37

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IX. GOVERNMENT SERVICE 

Box

Folder

A. President Truman's Committee on Civil Rights 

Scrapbook, 1946-1947 

 OS 4

 

Oath of Office, 1947 

OS 15

1

Letter of appreciation from President Truman, 1947 

OS 15

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

39

38

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

39

39

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

39

40

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

39

41

Correspondence and Memoranda 

40

1

Agenda and Memoranda, 1947 

40

2

Memoranda and To Secure These Rights, 1947 

40

3

"The Federal Civil Rights Law," 1947 

40

4

"Way We Must Act Now," [1947] 

40

5

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1947-1948 

40

6

Correspondence and Clippings, 1948 

40

7

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1948-1949 

40

8

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1948-1956 

40

9

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1956 

40

10

Correspondence, 1957 

40

11

Correspondence, 1957 

40

12

B. National Defense Conference on Negro Affairs 

Conference Report : Session Abstracts, 1948 

40

13

Discrimination against African Americans in the Army, 1948-1951 

40

14

C. Commission on Human Relations (City of Philadelphia) 

Minutes, 1952 

40

15

Minutes, 1952 

40

16

Memorandum on Organization and Direction, 1952 

40

17

Report on the Committee on Housing, 1952 

40

18

Committee on Employment and Public Law, 1952 

40

19

Administration Survey Committee, 1952 

40

20

Data for City Council Budget Hearing, 1952 

40

21

Plasterers Union Local #8 Joint Meeting Memoranda, 1952 

40

22

Common Election Practices Memoranda, 1952 

40

23

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952 

40

24

Committee on Schools and Colleges, 1952 

40

25

Correspondence and Memoranda 

40

26

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952 

40

27

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952 

40

28

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952 

40

29

Job Description and Applications, 1952 

40

30

Committee on Housing, 1952-1953 

40

31

Committee on Employment and Public Law, 1953 

40

32

Minutes, 1953 

40

33

Minutes, 1953 

41

1

Minutes, 1953 

41

2

Manual of Law, Policy and Procedure for the Committee, 1953 

41

3

Mission statements, budget, Reorganization of Program, 1953 

41

4

Statements of Support, Budget, 1953 

41

5

Committee on Education and Publicity, 1953 

41

6

Effectuating the Charter Requirements, 1953 

41

7

Report re Race and Housing by Home and Finance Agency, 1953 

41

8

Memoranda on Olney Project, 1953 

41

9

Puerto Rican Study, 1953 

41

10

Proposal for Study of Puerto Rican Philadelphia, 1953 

41

11

Committee on Health and Welfare Correspondence re: Philadelphia General Hospital, 1953 

41

12

Correspondence re: Segregation in Penal Institutions, 1953 

41

13

Correspondence re: New York State Commission Against Discrimination, 1953 

41

14

Boulevard Pool Case, 1953 

41

15

Skating Rink Case, 1953 

41

16

YWCA, 1953 

41

17

Cleveland Labor Committee for Human Rights, 1953 

41

18

Scrapbook, 1953 

41

19

News clippings, 1953 

41

20

Fair Housing Practices Law, 1953-1956 

41

21

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1953-1956 

41

22

Correspondence, 1953-1955 

41

23

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1953-1956 

41

24

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1953-1956 

41

25

Minutes, 1954 

41

26

Opinion of the City Solicitor, 1954 

41

27

Personnel Division Annual Report of Philadelphia Housing Authority, 1954 

41

28

Mrs. Clyde McDuffie, 1954 

41

29

Girard College, 1954 

41

30

Philadelphia Tribune, 1954 

41

31

Club Hi-lites, 1954 

41

32

Judson Street Incident, 1954 

41

33

Correspondence with Robert Callaghan, 1954 

41

34

Correspondence with Milo Manly, 1954 

41

35

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1954-1955 

41

36

Minutes, 1955 

41

37

Annual Report to Mayor Clark, 1955 

41

38

Report to the Mayor, 1955 

41

39

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1955 

41

40

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1955 

41

41

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1955 

41

42

Draft Meeting, 1956 

41

43

Pilot Study of the Employment Experiences of High School Graduates, 1956 

41

44

Schools Committee, [1956] 

41

45

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1956-1957 

41

46

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1958 

41

47

Rules of Commission Adopted, 1958 

41

48

News Release, 1960 

41

49

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1960 

41

50

Demonstrations Cities Program, 1960 

41

51

Anti Poverty Meeting, 1962 

41

52

Contract for Personnel Services : Redevelopment Authority, 1963 

41

53

George Schermer's Resignation, 1963 

41

54

Speech before Court, 1962 

41

55

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1963 

41

56

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1963 

42

1

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1963 

42

2

Mayor's Anti Poverty Report, 1964 

42

3

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964 

42

4

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964 

42

5

Swearing in of Two Officials, 1964 

42

6

Correspondence, Memoranda, Meeting Agendas, 1964 

42

7

Construction Integration, 1964 

42

8

News Releases, 1964 

42

9

Board of Public Education, 1964 

42

10

Interim Report : Small Loan and Consumer Discount Industry, 1964 

42

11

Speech on Fair Employment, [1964] 

42

12

Docket/Complaints, 1964 

42

13

"Philadelphia's War on Poverty," 1964 

42

14

Temple University Eighteenth Anniversary Dinner in Honor of Distinguished Alumni (Seating List), 1964 

42

15

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964 

42

16

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964 

42

17

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964 

42

18

Program Goals and Objectives, 1965 

42

19

Draft of Economic Development Progress Report, 1965 

42

20

Statement to State Council on Higher Education, 1965 

42

21

Provisions for the Public Works and Economic Development Act, 1965 

42

22

Procedural Instructions for Riots, 1965 

42

23

Bulletin, 1965 

42

24

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1965 

42

25

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1965-1966 

42

26

Members List, 1966 

42

27

News Release / Hospital Study, 1966 

42

28

Sub-committee on Pupil Integration, 1966 

42

29

Statement to the Board of Education, 1966 

42

30

Report on Housing Discrimination, 1966 

42

31

Police Advisory Board, 1966 

42

32

Miscellaneous, 1966 

42

33

Memoranda, 1966 

42

34

Proposal for Economic Development, 1966 

42

35

Katzen's Speech before the New York State Commission, 1966 

42

36

Reports and reprints, 1966 

42

37

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1967 

42

38

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1967 

42

39

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1967 

42

40

Board of Education, 1967 

42

41

Bulletin, 1968 

42

42

Speech of Chair, 1972 

42

43

D. Coroner's Advisory Committee 

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1951-1952 

43

1

Committee Report, 1953 

43

2

D-1. Philadelphia Housing Authority, Committee on Democratic Housing 

1949-1950 

43

3

1951 

43

4

1952 

43

5

1952-1953 

43

6

1953 

43

7

D-2. President's Committee on Government Housing Policies and Programs 

1953 

43

8

Advisory Committee, 1953-1955 

43

9

Advisory Committee, 1955-1957 

43

10

E. Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry 

Wage Board Hearing Transcript, 1957 

43

11

Wage Board Hearing Proceedings, 1957 

43

12

Wage Board Hearing Proceedings, 1957 

43

13

Wage Board Hearing Correspondence, 1958 

43

14

Correspondence, 1957-1958 

43

15

Hotel and Motel Minimum Wage Board Meeting, 1958 

43

16

Minimum Wage Board, 1958 

43

17

Minimum Wage Court Opinions, 1958 

43

18

Minimum Wage Board Minutes and Memoranda, 1958 

43

19

Minimum Wage Board Meeting Transcript, 1958 

43

20

Report, 1958 

43

21

F. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners 

Circular of Information, 1960 

43

22

Correspondence, Applications, Agenda, 1960-1961 

43

24

Correspondence, Applications, Agenda, 1961-1963 

43

25

State Department Biography, 1964 

43

26

Trip to Germany (invited as a result of her work with the Commission on Human Relations), 1964 

43

27

G. Pennsylvania Commission on the Status of Women 

By-laws, 1972 

44

1

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1972 

44

2

News Releases and Memoranda, 1972 

44

3

Resumés, 1972 

44

4

Correspondence, 1972 

44

5

Correspondence, 1972-1975 

44

6

Travel Expenses and Vouchers, 1972-1973 

44

7

Reports, News Releases, and Memoranda, 1973 

44

8

Report, 1973 

44

9

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1973-1974 

44

10

Proposals and Resolutions, 1974 

44

11

Handbook, 1974 

44

12

Travel Expenses and Vouchers, 1974 

44

13

Personnel, 1974 

44

14

Correspondence, 1974-1975 

44

15

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1974-1975 

44

16

H. Juvenile Division of Family Court, City of Philadelphia, Youth Study Center 

Employees Manual, n.d. 

44

17

Volunteer Handbook, n.d. 

44

18

Progressive Action Code, n.d. 

44

19

Appointment to Board of Managers and Report, 1975 

44

20

Plaintiff's Response in Santiago vs. Philadelphia, 1975 

44

21

Survey of Physical Structure, 1975 

44

22

Board of Managers Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1975 

44

23

Board of Managers Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1975 

44

24

Board of Managers Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1975-1976 

44

25

U.S. District Court Motion, 1976 

44

26

Board of Managers Correspondence, 1977 

44

27

Board of Managers Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1976-1977 

44

28

Board of Managers Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1976-1977 

44

29

Detention Alternative Program, 1977 

44

30

Statistics, 1977 

44

31

Employees Manual, 1977 

44

32

Statement of Purpose, 1977 

44

33

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1977 

44

34

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1977-1978 

44

35

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1978 

44

36

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1978-1979 

44

37

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1979 

44

38

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1978-1980 

45

1

Board of Managers Minutes and Memoranda, 1979-1980 

45

2

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1979 

45

3

Nathan L. Posner Luncheon, 1979 

45

4

Recommendation for Settlement, 1979 

45

5

Annual Review, 1979 

45

6

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1979-1980 

45

7

Board of Managers Correspondence and Memoranda, 1979-1980 

45

8

Board of Managers Correspondence, 1980 

45

9

Plan of Compliance Medical Department, 1980 

45

10

City Council, 1980-1981 

45

11

Annual Program Description, 1981 

45

12

I. Pennsylvania Department of Welfare, Advisory Committee on Aging 

Minutes, Correspondence, and Memoranda, 1975 

45

13

J. White House Committee on Aging 

Clippings, 1978-1979 

45

14

Clippings, 1980 

45

15

Bibliographic Search, [1980] 

45

16

Correspondence, 1980 

45

17

Proposed Fiscal Budget, 1981 

45

18

Meeting Information, 1980 

45

19

Handbook, 1980 

45

20

Handbook, 1980 

45

21

Report and Memoranda, 1980 

45

22

Newsletter, 1980 Apr. 

45

23

Agenda, 1980 June 

45

24

Agenda and Memoranda, 1980 June 

45

25

Memoranda and Correspondence, 1980 

45

26

Memoranda and Reports, 1980 June 

45

27

Membership List, 1980 

45

28

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1980 

45

29

"Over Easy," 1980 

45

30

Long Term Care, 1980 Sept.-Oct. 

45

31

Hospice, 1980 

45

32

Pennsylvania State Department on Aging, 1980 

45

33

Correspondence, 1980 June-Dec. 

45

34

Correspondence, 1980 

45

35

Memoranda and Administrative Forms, 1980 

45

36

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1980 

45

37

Correspondence with Dr. Mary S. Harper, 1980 

45

38

Correspondence with Dr. Jerome Waldie, 1980 

45

39

Speaking Engagements, 1980 

45

40

Travel, 1980 

45

41

Press Release, 1980 

45

42

Clippings, 1981 

46

1

Correspondence with Dr. Mary S. Harper, 1981 

46

2

Correspondence with Dr. Jerome Waldie, 1981 

46

3

Speaking Engagements, 1981 

46

4

Travel, 1981 

46

5

Press Releases, 1981 

46

6

Correspondence, 1981 

46

7

Correspondence, 1981 

46

8

Correspondence, 1981 

46

9

Correspondence, 1981 

46

10

Overview of Work of Technical Committees, 1981 Jan. 

46

11

Regional Recommendations : Michigan, 1981 Apr. 

46

12

Keynote Address by STMA, 1981 Apr. 

46

13

Agenda and Memoranda, 1981 September 

46

14

Correspondence with the President, 1981 

46

15

Correspondence with Richard Schweiker, 1981 

46

16

Correspondence with David Rust, 1981 

46

17

Correspondence with James Wheeling, 1981 

46

18

Geriatric Nursing, 1981 

46

19

American Academy of Ophthalmology Correspondence, 1981 

46

20

Correspondence, 1981 

46

21

Personal Memoranda, 1981 

46

22

American Podiatric Association, 1981-1982 

46

23

National Advisory Council on Aging Summary Minutes, 1982 

46

24

Report : Human Services Coordination, Council of State Governments, 1982 

46

25

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1982 

46

26

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X. LEGAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Box

Folder

A. National Bar Association 

Directory, n.d. 

46

27

Directory, n.d. 

46

28

Directory, n.d. 

46

29

Constitution, n.d. 

46

30

Membership Lists, n.d. 

46

31

Annual Meeting Program, 1930 

46

32

Correspondence, 1941 January-February 

46

33

Correspondence, 1941 March-May 

46

34

Correspondence, 1941 May 

46

35

Constitution and By-laws pamphlet, 1941 

46

36

Annual Meeting Program, 1941 

46

37

Annual Meeting Attendees, 1941 

46

38

"Unite for Freedom," Euclid L. Taylor, President, 1941 

46

39

Annual Report of the Treasurer, 1941-1943 

46

40

Correspondence, 1943 

46

41

Correspondence, 1943 

46

42

Lists and Directories, 1943 

46

43

Correspondence, 1943-1944 

46

44

Correspondence, 1944 

46

45

Correspondence, 1944 April-May 

47

1

Correspondence, 1944 June-July 

47

2

Correspondence, 1944 July 

47

3

Correspondence, 1944 July-Aug. 

47

4

Correspondence, 1944 August.-Sept. 

47

5

Correspondence, 1944 September-Oct. 

47

6

Correspondence, 1944 October 

47

7

Correspondence, 1944 October-November 

47

8

Correspondence, 1944 November 

47

9

Correspondence, re Journal, Directories and Dues, [1944] 

47

10

Correspondence, re Membership, 1944 

47

11

Correspondence, re Dues and Subscriptions, 1944 February-April 

47

12

Correspondence, re Dues and Subscriptions, 1944 April-June 

47

13

Correspondence, re Dues and Subscriptions, 1944 July-Aug. 

47

14

Correspondence, re Dues and Subscriptions, 1944 August-November 

47

15

Correspondence, re Dues and Subscriptions, 1944 November 

47

16

List of Lawyers in the United States, 1944 

47

17

List for Directory, 1944 

47

18

Convention Registration Form, 1944 

47

19

Information for Directory (Who's Who), 1944 

47

20

Directory Information, 1944 

47

21

Directory Information, 1944 

47

22

Directory Information, 1944 

47

23

Directory Information, 1944 

47

24

Directory Information, 1944 

47

25

Directory Information, 1944 

47

26

Directory Information, 1944 

47

27

Directory Information, 1944 

47

28

Annotated Directory, 1944 

47

29

Miscellaneous, 1944 

47

30

Miscellaneous, 1944 

47

31

Journal with Directory, 1944 September 

48

1

Executive Meeting in New York Proxy Letters, 1944 

48

2

Minutes, 1944 

48

3

Conference Registration, 1944 

48

4

Annual Convention Proceedings, 1944 

48

5

Resolution Adapted, 1944 

48

6

Annual Report of the Secretary, 1944 

48

7

Financial Statement of the Secretary, 1944 

48

8

Personal Memoranda, 1944 August 

48

9

Report of Auditing and Budget Committee, 1944 

48

10

Receipted Bills and Petty Cash Vouchers, 1944 

48

11

Working File for Financial Statements, 1944 

48

12

Secretary's Report, 1944-1945 

48

13

Law Directory, Programs, Annual Reports and Constitutions, 1944-1946 

48

14

Disbursements, Receipts, and Petty Cash, 1944-1947 

48

15

Working File for Financial Statements, 1945 

48

16

Correspondence, 1944 December-1945 Jan. 

48

17

Correspondence, 1945 

48

18

Correspondence, 1945 

48

19

Correspondence, 1945 

48

20

Correspondence, 1945 

48

21

Correspondence, 1945 

48

22

Correspondence, 1945 

48

23

Correspondence, 1945 

48

24

Correspondence, 1945 

48

25

Correspondence, 1945 

48

26

Correspondence, 1945 

48

27

Correspondence, 1945 

48

28

Correspondence, 1945 

48

29

Correspondence, 1945 

48

30

Correspondence, 1945 

48

31

Correspondence, 1945 

48

32

Correspondence, 1945 

48

33

Correspondence, 1945 

48

34

Correspondence, 1945 

48

35

Correspondence, 1945 

48

36

Correspondence, 1945 

48

37

International Film and Radio Guide, 1945 

48

38

Correspondence re Membership, 1945 

48

39

Correspondence re Membership, 1945 

48

40

Correspondence re Dues and Subscriptions, 1945 

48

41

Correspondence re Dues and Subscriptions, 1945 

49

1

Correspondence re Dues and Subscriptions, 1945 

49

2

Correspondence re Dues and Subscriptions, 1945 

49

3

Membership Miscellaneous, 1945 

49

4

Membership Lists, 1945 

49

5

Newspaper Clippings, 1945 

49

6

Certificate of Life Membership (Completed and Blank), 1945 

49

7

Manuscript Notebook re Membership, 1945 

49

8

Information for Directory (Follow-up Cards), 1945 

49

9

Information for Directory, 1945 

49

10

Notes for Who's Who, 1945 

49

11

List for Illinois, [1945] 

49

12

Who's Who Among Negro Lawyers, 1945 

49

13

Conference Program and List of Attendees, 1945 

49

14

Annual Meeting Souvenir Program, 1945 

49

15

Minutes of Conference, 1945 November 

49

16

Conference Proceedings, 1945 December 

49

17

Annual Meeting Resolutions and Election of Officers, 1945 

49

18

Constitution (annotated), [1945] 

49

19

Proposed Amendment to Constitution, [1945] 

49

20

Proposed Amendment to Constitution, [1945] 

49

21

By-Laws and Constitution, 1945 

49

22

Report of Regional Director (LA, TX, OK, CO), 1945 

49

23

Address by STMA, [1945] 

49

24

"... Minority Group Post War Problems ...," Address by Charles W. Anderson, President, [1945] 

49

25

"Parents in the Post War World," Address by Charles W. Rivise, 1945 

49

26

Secretary's Letter to the Association for the Journal, 1945 

49

27

Financial Report of the Secretary, 1945 

49

28

Working File for Financial Statement, 1945 

49

29

Working File for Financial Statement, 1945 

49

30

Statement of Account and Disbursements, 1945 

49

31

Correspondence re Financial Matters, 1945 December 

49

32

Subscriptions Receipt Book, 1945-1947 

49

33

Correspondence, 1946 

49

34

Correspondence, 1946 

49

35

Correspondence, 1946 

49

36

Correspondence, 1946 

49

37

Correspondence, 1946 

49

38

Correspondence, 1946 

49

39

Correspondence, 1946 

49

40

Correspondence, 1946 

49

41

Correspondence, 1946 

49

42

Correspondence, 1946 

49

43

Correspondence, 1946 

50

1

Correspondence, 1946 

50

2

Correspondence, 1946 

50

3

Correspondence re Legislative Issues : Fair Employment and Child Labor, 1946 

50

4

Correspondence re Legislative Issues : Fair Employment and Child Labor, 1946 

50

5

Correspondence re Legislative Issues : Child Labor, 1946 

50

6

Correspondence re Appointments, 1946 

50

7

Correspondence re Membership, 1946 

50

8

Correspondence re Committee Work, 1946 

50

9

Correspondence re Hotels, 1946 

50

10

Correspondence re Law Directory, 1946 

50

11

Correspondence re Who's Who, 1946 

50

12

Correspondence, 1946 

50

13

Correspondence of the Treasurer re Membership Dues, 1946 

50

14

Correspondence, 1946 

50

15

Correspondence, 1946 

50

16

Constitution and Membership Lists, 1946 

50

17

Membership Lists, 1946 

50

18

Regional Membership Lists, 1946 

50

19

Annual Meeting Attendees, 1946 

50

20

Local Committees (Detroit), 1946 

50

21

Directory, 1946 

50

22

Convention Program, 1946 

50

23

Convention Reports, 1946 

50

24

Conference Registrations, 1946 

50

25

Summary of Conference Minutes, 1946 

50

26

Secretary's Annual Report with Exhibits, 1946 

50

27

Minutes of Program Committee, 1946 

50

28

Digest of Resolutions, 1946 

50

29

Resolutions to be Presented to Legal Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, 1946 

50

30

National Education Association Conference on Citizenship, 1946 

50

31

Program for Conferences on Civil Rights, 1946 

50

32

"Legal Aspects of Military Justice," 1946 

50

33

Secretary's Expenses for Reimbursement, 1946 

50

34

Financial Report of the Secretary, 1946 

50

35

List of Expenditures and Receipts, 1946 

50

36

Report of Receipts and Expenditures, 1946 

50

37

Resolutions Adapted and Correspondence re Committee on National Legislation, 1946 

50

38

Appellants' Brief, 1946 

50

39

Correspondence, 1947 

50

40

Correspondence, 1947 

50

41

Correspondence, 1947 

50

42

Correspondence, 1947 

50

43

Correspondence, 1947 

50

44

Correspondence, 1947 

50

45

Letter of Commendation from Association President, 1947 

50

46

Proclamation of National Bar Week, 1947 

50

47

Correspondence, 1947 

50

48

Correspondence, 1947 

50

49

Correspondence, 1947 

50

50

Correspondence, 1947 

50

51

Correspondence, 1947 

50

52

Correspondence, 1947 

51

1

Correspondence, 1947 

51

2

Correspondence, 1947 

51

3

Correspondence, 1947 

51

4

Correspondence, 1947 

51

5

Correspondence, 1947 

51

6

Correspondence, 1947 

51

7

Correspondence, 1947 

51

8

Correspondence, 1947 

51

9

Correspondence, 1947 

51

10

Correspondence, 1947 

51

11

Membership lists, 1947 

51

12

Membership lists, 1947 

51

13

Membership lists, 1947 

51

14

Members of committees, 1947 

51

15

Officers and regional directors' reports and constitution, 1947 

51

16

National Bar report on NAACP meeting on restrictive covenants, 1947 

51

17

Correspondence and reports of regional directors, 1947 

51

18

Re planning for NBA conference, with other papers, 1947 

51

19

National Bar Charter, with letter, 1947 

51

20

Convention program (draft), 1947 

51

21

Convention program (printed), 1947 

51

22

History of the National Bar Association (STMA), 1947 

51

23

News clippings, 1947 

51

24

News clippings (President's committee), 1947 

51

25

Scrapbook, 1947 

51

26

Scrapbook, 1947 

51

27

Southern University School of Law Bulletin, 1947 

51

28

Secretary's financial records, 1947 

51

29

Tax records, 1947 

51

30

Correspondence, 1947-1948 

51

31

Correspondence, 1948 

51

32

National Conference on Family Life, 1948 

51

33

President's letter to members re convention and dues, 1948 

51

34

Constitution and by-laws [195-] 

51

35

Correspondence, 1954 

51

36

Letter to US Rep 

51

37

"Race, Creed, and Color in Adoption Proceedings" (conference paper by Max Cohen), 1963 

51

38

Convention program, 1970 

51

39

Letter, 1977 

51

40

Correspondence re life membership, 1979 

51

41

Registration material for convention, 1979 

51

42

Women Lawyer's Division, Philadelphia Chapter, 10th Anniversary, 1992 

83

1

Women Lawyer's Division, Philadelphia Chapter, 13th Anniversary, 1995 

83

2

Women Lawyer's Division, Philadelphia Chapter, 14th Anniversary, 1996 

83

3

Women Lawyer's Division, Philadelphia Chapter, 15th Anniversary, 1997 

83

4

Women Lawyer's Division, Philadelphia Chapter, 16th Anniversary, 1998 

83

5

B. Philadelphia Bar Association: Committee on International and Foreign Law (CIFL) 

Report of the Committee to the Association re the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals, 1945 

51

43

UN General Assembly, information booklet, 1946 

51

44

UN General Assembly, Journal of first session, 1946 

51

45

UN Security Council, Journal and reports, 1946 

51

46

UN Economic and Social Council, Journal and reports, 1946 

51

47

UN Reports of the General Committee, 1946 

51

48

UN Reports of the 1st Committee, 1946 

51

49

UN Reports of the 2nd Committee, 1946 

51

50

UN Reports of the 3rd Committee, 1946 

51

51

UN Reports of the 4th Committee, 1946 

51

52

UN Reports of the 5th Committee, 1946 

51

53

UN Reports of the 6th Committee, 1946 

51

54

UN Miscellaneous reports, 1946 

51

55

UN Convention on Genocide, 1948 

51

56

UN Convention on Genocide (analysis), 1948 

51

57

UN Convention on Political Rights of Women, 1949 

51

58

UN Convention on the Abolition of Slavery, 1956 

51

59

UN Convention on the Nationality of Married Women, 1957 

51

60

UN Convention Concerning the Abolition of Forced Labor, 1957 

51

61

International Labor Conference, convention on discrimination in employment ..., 1957 

51

62

UN Convention against Discrimination in Education, 1960 

51

63

UN Convention on Consent to Marriage ..., 1962 

51

64

Re UN conventions on slavery, forced labor, and the rights of women, 1962 

51

65

CIFL report and resolution, 1964 

51

66

UN Report: Patents in the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries, 1964 

52

1

UN conventions relating to slavery, forced labor, and rights of women, ca.1965 

52

2

UN Genocide Convention, ca.1965 

52

3

UN Convention on the Elimination of ... Racial Discrimination, 1965 

52

4

International Labor Conference, convention on equal pay for men and women for work of equal value, 1965 

52

5

CIFL correspondence, 1965 

52

6

UN publications on international law, 1965-1966 

52

7

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

8

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

9

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

10

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

11

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

12

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

13

CIFL minutes, 1966 

52

14

CIFL subcommittees' minutes, 1966 

52

15

CIFL subcommittee on World Peace through Law (re Vietnam), 1966 

52

16

Re US ratification of UN conventions, with correspondence and 1964 report on the status of women, 1966 

52

17

CIFL minutes and memoranda, 1966-1968 

52

18

International Peasant Union Bulletin, 1967 

52

19

UN publications on international law, 1967 

52

20

UN program re the study and teaching of international law, 1967 

52

21

UN program re the study and teaching of international law, 1967 

52

22

CIFL agenda, 1967 

52

23

UN resolutions of legal interest, 1967 

52

24

CIFL correspondence and memoranda, 1967 

52

25

UN Program re the study and teaching of international law, 1968 

52

26

C. Philadelphia Bar Association: Other Committees and General 

Proposed amendment of Fiduciaries Investment Act of 1949, n.d. 

52

27

All inclusive bar committee, 1952-1953 

52

28

All inclusive bar committee, 1954-1955 

52

29

Civil Rights Committee, 1956 

52

30

Committee On Civil Rights (CCR): correspondence and memoranda, 1957-1958 

52

31

Institute on the Collection and Use of Data Based on Race, Religion, or National Origin, 1959 

52

32

"Pitfalls in the Orphans' Court" (lecture by Hon. Charles Klein), ca.1960 

52

33

Correspondence re all-inclusive bar issue, 1961 

52

34

Committee on Marriage, Divorce, and Family Law (CMDFL), correspondence and memoranda, 1962 

52

35

CMDFL, correspondence and memoranda, 1962-1963 

52

36

CMDFL, correspondence and memoranda, 1963 

52

37

Pennsylvania House Bill re custody of juveniles, 1963 

52

38

CCR, report of ad hoc committee on the Girard College situation, 1965 

52

39

Orphans' Court Committee (OCC), report, 1966 

52

40

OCC, correspondence, 1966 

52

41

Bar Home Committee (BHC), correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

52

42

BHC, correspondence and memoranda, 1967 

52

43

OCC, minutes and memos, 1967 

52

44

OCC, subcommittee to review statement of principles between banks and the bar, 1967 

52

45

OCC, subcommittee on procedural changes, 1967 

52

46

Committee on Juvenile Rights (CJR), subcommittee organization, 1967-1968 

52

47

OCC, Correspondence, 1968 

52

48

Pennsylvania Senate Bill re custody of juveniles, 1968 

52

49

Recent juvenile cases in the US, 1968 

52

50

OCC, subcommittee to review powers of guardians of incompetents' estates, 1968 

52

51

Orphans' Court Committee, 1969 

52

52

CJR, correspondence and memoranda, 1969 

52

53

OCC, Subcommittee on Uniform Probate Code, second report, 1969 

52

54

OCC, Subcommittee on Uniform Probate Code, third report, 1969 

52

55

Philadelphia Bar, annual report, 1969 

52

56

The Shingle, 1969 May 

52

57

Dedication of Theodore F. Jenkins Memorial Law Library, 1969 

52

58

BHC, correspondence and memoranda, 1969 

52

59

Directory of colored members, 1970 

52

60

OCC, minutes and memoranda, 1970 

52

61

OCC, minutes and memoranda, 1970 

52

62

CJR, proposed rules of juvenile court, 1970 

52

63

CJR, report, minutes, and memoranda, 1970-1972 

52

64

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1970 

52

65

Section on Probate and Trust Law (SPTL), memoranda, 1971 

52

66

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1971-1972 

52

67

SPTL, correspondence and memoranda, 1971-1973 

52

68

Drug Abuse Commission Planning Committee, 1972 

52

69

Probate law and trust, 1972 

52

70

SPTL, minutes and memoranda, 1972 

52

71

SPTL/OCC, minutes re uniform probate code, 1972 

53

1

SPTL, correspondence and memoranda re proposed Rules for Standard Form of Accounting for Use, 1972 

53

2

SPTL, minutes and memoranda, 1973 

53

3

Women's Rights Committee, 1973 

53

4

Juvenile Justice Committee, 1974 

53

5

SPTL, correspondence and memoranda, including Orphans' Court Newsletter, 1974-1976 

53

6

Correspondence and memos, 1976-1977 

53

7

SPTL, quarterly luncheon meeting, 1977 

53

8

Family Law Section (FLS), minutes and memoranda, 1977-1978 

53

9

Professional Education Committee, luncheon lecture, 1978 

53

10

FLS, correspondence and memoranda, 1978 

53

11

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1978-1979 

53

12

FLS, correspondence, minutes, and memoranda, 1979 

53

13

FLS, memoranda re Philadelphia Rules of Civil Procedure for Divorce and Annulment of Marriage, 1980 

53

14

FLS, correspondence, newsletter, and minutes, 1980 

53

15

SPTL, memoranda and newsletter, 1980 

53

16

Professional Education Committee, re deductibility of attorney's fees for income tax purposes, 1980 

53

17

FLS, minutes, memoranda, and newsletter, 1981 

53

18

FLS, Procedures for Masters in Complex and Protracted Divorces, 1981 

53

19

FLS, re new custody rules, 1981 

53

20

FLS, explanatory comment on custody rules, 1981 

53

21

FLS, an act regulating abortions, 1981 

53

22

FLS, memoranda and committee reports, 1981 

53

23

SPTL, minutes and memoranda, 1981-1982 

53

24

FLS, announcement of Community Services Planning Council symposium, with papers on new divorce code and custody, 1982 

53

25

FLS, minutes and memoranda, 1982 

53

26

D. Philadelphia Bar Foundation 

By-laws of the Foundation, n.d. 

53

27

Report of the Foundation, 1970-1971 

53

28

Minutes of the trustees with correspondence, 1972 

53

29

Minutes of the trustees with correspondence, 1972 

53

30

Minutes of the trustees with correspondence, 1972 

53

31

Agenda and minutes of the trustees, 1972 

53

32

Agenda and correspondence, 1972 

53

33

Minutes of the Foundation's gala (ms.), 1972 

53

34

"Past, Present, Future" (booklet describing Foundation), 1972 

53

35

Correspondence, 1972 

53

36

Pledge and dues card mailed to fellows, 1973 

53

37

Correspondence, including re STMA election as Foundation president, 1973 

53

38

Agenda and minutes of the trustees, 1973 

53

39

Agenda and minutes of the trustees, 1973 

53

40

Annual meeting, 1973 

53

41

Financial statements, 1973 

53

42

Thanks for contributions, 1974 

53

43

Agenda and minutes of trustees, 1974 

53

44

Agenda and minutes of trustees, 1974 

53

45

Agenda and minutes of trustees, 1975 

53

46

Agenda and minutes of fellows, 1975 

53

47

Agenda and correspondence of the trustees, 1975 

53

48

Report of the Philadelphia Commission for Effective Criminal Justice, 1975 

53

49

Grant application, Pennsylvania Citizens' Advisory Board for Parolees and Volunteer Workers, 1975 

53

50

Grant application, Public Interest Law Center, 1975 

53

51

Grant application, Women's Law Caucus, Temple University Law School, 1975 

53

52

Grant application, Government Honors Foundation, 1975 

53

53

Grant application, Committee on Child Abuse, Young Lawyers Section, Philadelphia Bar Association, 1975 

53

54

Grant application, Free Law School, 1975 

53

55

Memorandum of meeting, 1977 

53

56

Grant applications, miscellaneous, 1980-1981 

53

57

Grant applications, miscellaneous, 1981 

53

58

Grant application, Education Law Center, 1981 

53

59

Grant application, Montgomery County Association for Retarded Citizens, 1981 

53

60

Grant application, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, 1981 

53

61

Grant application, Temple University Conference on Law, Art, and Society, 1981 

53

62

Grant application, Juvenile Law Center of Philadelphia, 1981 

53

63

Grant application, Women against Abuse, 1981 

53

64

Memoranda to the Grants Committee re grant applications, 1981 

53

65

Memoranda of Committee meeting, 1982 

53

66

Grant application, Committee of Seventy, 1982 

53

67

Grant application, Pennsylvania Judicial Selection Project, 1982 

53

68

Grant application, Kensharo Productions, 1982 

53

69

Grant application, Philadelphia People's Bail Fund, 1982 

53

70

Grant application, Senior Citizen Judicare Project, 1982 

53

71

Grant application, Public Interest Law Center, 1982 

53

72

Grant application, Women Organized Against Rape, 1982 

53

73

Grant application, Women's Law Project, 1982 

53

74

Grant application, Northwest Interfaith Movement, Community Safety Program, 1982 

53

75

Grant application, Free Law School, Community Legal Education Program, 1982 

53

76

E. American Bar Association 

Correspondence, 1954 

54

1

Correspondence, 1955, 1957 

54

2

Correspondence and memoranda including survey re discrimination in local bar associations, 1968-1970 

54

3

Correspondence, 1971-1976 

54

4

Re membership status and exemption from dues, 1977-1978 

54

5

Memoranda of the Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities, 1980 

54

6

Annual Meeting Preview, 1980 

54

7

Correspondence and questionnaire, 1981-1982 

54

8

F. Pennsylvania Bar Association 

Correspondence, 1954 

54

9

Correspondence and brochures, 1969-1979 

54

10

Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly, 1980 

54

11

Correspondence, 1980-1982 

54

12

G. National Association of Women Lawyers 

Notice of Regional Conference, 1945 

54

13

Correspondence, proposed changes in constitution, 1949-1951 

54

14

Amendments to constitution and by-laws, 1954 

54

15

H. International Federation of Women Lawyers 

Correspondence, 1954 

54

16

I. World Peace through Law 

Program of Geneva Conference, 1967 

54

17

J. National Conference of Black Lawyers 

Brief in Holmes and Tucker v. Melvin Laird and William Rogers, et al. (re black servicemen in Germany), ca.1971 

54

18

L. Black Law Students' Association of the University of Pennsylvania Law School 

S.T.M.A. Conference, 7th annual, 1995 

83

6

S.T.M.A. Conference, 8th annual, 1996 

83

7

S.T.M.A. Conference, 9th annual, 1997 

83

8

S.T.M.A. Conference, 10th annual, 1998 

83

9

S.T.M.A. Conference, 11th annual, 1999 

83

10

S.T.M.A. Conference, 12th annual, 2000 

83

11

S.T.M.A. Conference, 13th annual, 2001 

83

12

S.T.M.A. Conference, 14th annual, 2002 

83

13

K. Barristers' Association of Philadelphia 

Correspondence, 1970-1974 

54

19

Correspondence and memoranda, 1975-1977 

54

20

Correspondence, memoranda, and calendar, 1978-1980 

54

21

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XI. CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS 

Box

Folder

A. American Civil Liberties Union 

Citizens Council on Democratic Rights, 1948-1949 

54

22

Correspondence, 1950 

54

23

Correspondence, 1951 

54

24

Directory, 1951 

54

25

Memorandum on the I.W.O. dissolution and booklet, "Security and Freedom," 1951 

54

26

Memorandum of board meeting and statement on the Smith Act Decision, 1951 

54

27

Memorandum re ACLU library and archives, weekly bulletin, 1952 

54

28

Correspondence, 1952 

54

29

Correspondence, 1953 

54

30

Constitution and by-laws, 1954 

54

31

Correspondence, agenda, memoranda, and bulletins, 1954-1955 

54

32

Gwinn amendment, 1955 

54

33

Correspondence and bulletins, 1956-1959 

54

34

Minutes, Officers and Budget Committee, 1960 

54

35

Correspondence and bulletins, 1960 

54

36

Letter to Pat Malin on his resignation as executive director, 1961 

54

37

Correspondence and memoranda, 1967 

54

38

Report of biennial conference, 1968 

54

39

Minutes, memoranda, and budget, 1969 

54

40

Correspondence and memoranda, 1969 

54

41

Correspondence and memoranda, 1970 

54

42

Correspondence and memoranda, 1970 

54

43

Correspondence and memoranda, 1970 

54

44

Correspondence and memoranda, 1971 

54

45

Correspondence and memoranda, 1973-1974 

54

46

Correspondence and memoranda, 1974 

54

47

Correspondence and memoranda, 1975 

54

48

Correspondence and memoranda, 1975 

54

49

Memorandum to board of directors, 1977 

54

50

Correspondence and memoranda, 1977 

55

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1978 

55

2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1978 

55

3

Correspondence and memoranda, 1979 

55

4

Correspondence and memoranda, 1980 

55

5

Policy guide (1 of 2), 1981 

55

6

Policy guide (2 of 2), 1981 

55

7

Correspondence, memoranda and ephemera, 1981-1982 

55

8

B. American Committee on Africa 

Correspondence and solicitation, 1959 

55

9

Pamphlets on African independence struggles and economic development, 1960 

55

10

Annual report and statements for Democratic platform hearings, 1960 

55

11

Re African issues and the UN, 1961 

55

12

Correspondence, annual report, and bulletins, 1973-1974 

55

13

C. African Methodist Episcopal Church 

Worship services, 1934-1936 

55

14

Committee on social service, 1941-1942 

55

15

Worship services, 1944 

55

16

General conference, correspondence, 1944 

55

17

General conference, correspondence, 1944 

55

18

General conference, correspondence with papers relating to Eleanor Roosevelt's address and STMA's response, 1944 

55

19

General conference, correspondence and manuscript of addresses (STMA and Bishop Sims), 1944 

55

20

The Co-Ordinator (May 4-15, most issues), 1944 

55

21

A.M.E. Union Church, correspondence, 1945-1951 

55

22

Ecumenical Methodist Conference (Oxford), correspondence, 1951 

55

23

Ecumenical Methodist Conference (Oxford), correspondence, 1951 

55

24

A.M.E. Union Church, letter re Half Century Membership Award and STMA's response, recounting the early history of her church membership, 1979 

55

25

A.M.E. Union Church, pastoral letter, 1981 

55

26

Sadie T. M. Alexander for the Progressive Administration of Rt. Rev. David H. Sims, n.d. 

55

26a

D. Americans for Democratic Action 

Correspondence, 1948-1949 

55

27

Correspondence, 1950-1951 

55

28

Minutes, 1951 

55

29

Statements on foreign policy, 1951 

55

30

Re the Smith Act, 1951 

55

31

News letter and news paper, 1951 

55

32

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951-1952 

55

33

Correspondence constitution and by-laws, 1952 

55

34

Correspondence and memoranda, 1953 

56

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1954-1955 

56

2

Correspondence, memoranda, and release, 1955 

56

3

Roosevelt Day dinner, 1955 

56

4

Correspondence and summer abroad information, 1956 

56

5

Correspondence, platform, statement of principles, program of action, 1957 

56

6

Memoranda of national board meeting, legislative newsletter, 1958-1959 

56

7

Memorandum against communism, 1959 

56

8

E. Armstrong Association of Philadelphia 

Decree of Divorce, 1928 

56

9

Correspondence and papers, 1937-1938 

56

10

Correspondence and papers, 1939 

56

11

Correspondence and papers, 1940-1942 

56

12

Correspondence and papers, 1943-1945 

56

13

Correspondence and papers, 1946-1951 

56

14

Report re-affiliation with the National Urban League, 1951 

56

15

Letter of resignation from the board and newsletter (incl. dis-affiliation with the National Urban League), 1953 

56

16

50th anniversary booklet, 1957 

56

17

F. Atlantic Union Committee 

Correspondence, 1950 

56

18

Meeting minutes, 1951 

56

19

Correspondence, 1951 

56

20

Correspondence, 1951 

56

21

Correspondence, 1952 

56

22

Correspondence, 1952 

56

23

Correspondence, 1953-1955 

56

24

Essay in memory of Owen J. Roberts:"The Finest Thing the Justice Did," 1955 

56

25

Correspondence, 1956-1959, 1974 

56

26

G. Benezet Committee 

Correspondence, 1937-1938 

56

27

Correspondence, 1939 

56

28

Correspondence, 1940 

56

29

Correspondence, 1941 

56

30

Correspondence, 1942-1943 

56

31

Correspondence, 1944-1946 

56

32

Correspondence, 1947-1951 

56

33

H. Citizens' Advisory Committee on Integration 

Report of the Special Committee on Nondiscrimination ..., 1964 

56

34

Board of Education policies on integration and Committee report, 1964 

56

35

Reports and memoranda on school desegregation, 1964-1965 

56

36

Ms. notes (accompanies previous file), ca.1965 

56

37

School facilities survey (Philadelphia Board of Education), 1965 

56

38

School Facilities Survey, 10 yr capital program, 1965 

56

39

American Friends Service Committee report on desegregation, 1965 

57

1

Philadelphia Public Schools Educational Survey Report, 1965 

57

2

"The Board of Education Reports on Schools for a Greater Philadelphia" (Philadelphia Inquirer supplement), 1966 

57

3

Reports and memoranda on school desegregation, 1966 

57

4

National Committee for Support of the Public Schools (conference material), 1968 

57

5

National Advisory Council on the Education of Disadvantaged Children (report), 1968 

57

6

I. Delaware Valley Citizen's Council on Educational Television 

Correspondence and memoranda of meeting re WHYY (ETV) and UHF conversion, 1957 

57

7

Philadelphia radio and TV personnel, 1958 

57

8

Correspondence and financial statements, 1972 

57

9

Amendment to Application of First Delaware Valley Citizens Television (Channel 10) for broadcast license, 1972 

57

10

Amendment to Application of First Delaware Valley Citizens Television (Channel 10) for broadcast license, 1973 

57

11

Correspondence and papers, 1973-1974 

57

12

Correspondence, 1975-1976 

57

13

J. Democratic Party 

Democratic Congressional Society, 1949 

57

14

Democratic National Committee annual dinner (NY), with ms. notes, 1950 

57

15

Regional Conference for Democratic Women (Atlantic City), 1956 

57

16

Democratic City Committee (correspondence), 1959-1961 

57

17

Democratic County Executive Committee (correspondence and personal memoranda, including autobiographical sketch), 1964-1965 

57

18

K. Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania 

Correspondence, 1970 

57

19

Correspondence and programs, 1970 

57

20

Correspondence, 1971-1972 

57

21

Presentation luncheon program and correspondence, 1973-1975 

57

22

Membership list and correspondence, 1977-1979 

57

23

Nominee list and correspondence, 1981-1982 

57

24

L. Fair Employment Practice Committee 

"FEPC: How It Operates" (pamphlet), 1941 

57

25

Report of the President's Committee on Fair Employment Practice, 1943 

57

26

Pennsylvania Committee for FEPC, re legislation, 1947 

57

27

FEOC (letter from STMA), 1956 

57

28

M. Federal Council of Churches 

Report to the biannual meeting, correspondence, 1942-1943 

57

29

Correspondence, 1944 

57

30

Correspondence, 1944 

57

31

Correspondence, 1945-1947 

57

32

Correspondence, 1948-1950 

57

33

N. Minority Community Resources Conference 

Agenda and literature of the President's Committee on Government Contracts, 1957 

57

34

Address of Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell, 1958 

57

35

Report, 1958 

57

36

O. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 

Legal Defense Fund (LDF) list for solicitations, n.d. 

57

37

Press release on restrictive covenants, 1947 

57

38

Re meeting to protest a bomb murder and other racially-motivated incidents, 1952 

57

39

Membership drive, 1952 

57

40

Correspondence, 1952-1955 

58

1

Correspondence, 1957-1958 

58

2

LDF letter, 1971 

58

3

LDF correspondence, 1976 

58

4

LDF correspondence and memoranda, 1977 

58

5

LDF correspondence and agenda, 1978 

58

6

LDF Philadelphia campaign report, 1979 

58

7

LDF correspondence, 1979-1981 

58

8

P. National Budget Committee and National Quota Committee 

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

58

9

List of members and memorandum re the National Budget Plan booklet on the American Social Hygiene Association, 1950 

58

10

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1951 

58

11

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1951 

58

12

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1951 

58

13

Budget manual, 1952 

58

14

Re actions taken in re agency budgets, 1952 

58

15

Schedule of annual sessions, 1952 

58

16

Schedule of annual sessions, 1952 

58

17

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1952 

58

18

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1952 

58

19

Memo re Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1953 

58

20

Memoranda re self-study and committee on procedures, 1953 

58

21

Reports on National Agency Budgets, 1953 

58

22

Correspondence, 1953-1954 

58

23

National Agency information booklet, 1954 

58

24

Minutes and memoranda of executive committee meetings, 1955-1958 

58

25

Minutes and memoranda of NBC meetings, 1958-1959 

58

26

Minutes and memoranda executive committee meetings, 1959 

58

27

Re various agency programs and budgets, 1959 

58

28

Minutes and memoranda of annual budgeting sessions, including executive committee, executive session of whole committee, and agency budgeting sessions, 1960 

58

29

Minutes and memoranda of NBC meetings, 1961 

58

30

Minutes and memoranda of NBC meetings, 1962 

58

31

Standards for National Voluntary Health and Welfare Agencies, 1963 

58

32

Correspondence and memoranda, 1963 

58

33

Panel book, 1963 

58

34

Q. National Conference of Christians and Jews 

Program, memoranda, correspondence, 1948-1949 

58

35

Program, memoranda, correspondence, 1949 

58

36

Program, memoranda, correspondence, 1950 

58

37

Program, 1950 

58

38

Program, Brotherhood magazine, 1951-1954 

58

39

R. National Council of the Churches of Christ, Department of United Church Women 

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

59

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951 

59

2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951 

59

3

Informational material from the Study Department of the World Council of Churches, 1951 

59

4

Correspondence and memoranda, 1952 

59

5

Correspondence and memoranda, 1952 

59

6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1953 

59

7

Correspondence and memoranda, 1954-1955 

59

8

S. National Council of Negro Women 

Correspondence, 1941-1943 

59

9

Correspondence, 1943 

59

10

Correspondence and by-laws, 1944 

59

11

Correspondence, 1945 

59

12

Correspondence and clippings, 1946-1948 

59

13

Correspondence, 1949 

59

14

Correspondence, 1950-1952 

59

15

T. National Midcentury Committee for Children and Youth 

Midcentury White House Conference on Children and Youth (MWHC): findings of the work groups, 1950 

59

16

MWHC: Platform, recommendations and pledge to children, with ms. notes, 1950 

59

17

National Midcentury Committee: agenda and memoranda of organizing meeting, 1951 

59

18

Proposed by-laws of the Committee, 1951 

59

19

Correspondence, 1951-1954 

59

20

U. National Urban League 

Minutes of executive board meeting and correspondence, 1930-1933 

59

21

Correspondence and memoranda, 1934-1935 

59

22

Correspondence and memoranda, 1936 

59

23

Correspondence, 1936-1937 

59

24

Correspondence, 1937-1938 

59

25

Correspondence, 1939 

59

26

Correspondence, 1940-1941 

59

27

Correspondence and memoranda, 1941-1942 

59

28

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

59

29

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

59

30

Correspondence and memoranda, 1943 

59

31

Correspondence and memoranda, 1944 

59

32

Correspondence and memoranda, 1944 

60

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

60

2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

60

3

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

60

4

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

60

5

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

60

6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

60

7

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

60

8

Correspondence and memoranda, 1948 

60

9

Correspondence and memoranda, 1948 

60

10

Correspondence and memoranda, 1948 

60

11

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

60

12

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

60

13

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

60

14

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

60

15

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

60

16

Letter, budget estimate, and memorandum "On the General Welfare Needs of the Negro Population of the Greater Philadelphia Area," 1950 

60

17

40th Anniversary Year Book (hard cover), 1950 

60

18

40th Anniversary Year Book (hard cover), 1950 

60

19

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

60

20

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

60

21

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

60

22

Memorandum to President Truman re discriminatory employment practices in atomic energy projects, 1951 

60

23

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951 

60

24

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951 

60

25

Correspondence, 1951-1952 

61

1

Conference program, 1953 

61

2

Correspondence re conference, 1953 

61

3

Correspondence, 1953-1954 

61

4

Memoranda and minutes, including Board meeting, convention and annual convention, 1955 

61

5

Correspondence and memoranda, 1956 

61

6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1958 

61

7

Mailing list, [196-] 

61

8

Mailing list, [196-] 

61

9

Mailing list (largely ms.), [196-] 

61

10

Re reorganization of the Philadelphia Urban League, 1961 

61

11

Re Clearing House for Apprenticeship Information, 1962 

61

12

Invitation list to Urban League Guild's Art Show, 1964 

61

13

A Proposal for Integrating Philadelphia Public Schools, 1964 

61

14

"Double Jeopardy: The Older Negro in America Today" (booklet published by the League), and an article, "The Social Revolution and Health and Welfare," 1964 

61

15

Press release of the Philadelphia Urban League re its functions and policy of non-partisanship, 1964 

61

16

"Health Care and the Negro Population" (booklet published by the League), 1965 

61

17

Re Joint Committee on Minority Housing of the Housing Association of the Delaware Valley and the Urban League of Philadelphia, 1968-1969 

61

18

Letter of thanks for contribution, 1977 

61

19

Re STMA's appointment as Chairman of the White House Conference on Aging (letter and STMA's response), 1980 

61

20

Correspondence re Philadelphia Urban League's 75th anniversary and re Vernon Jordan's resignation as President of National Urban League, 1982 

61

21

V. New York State Commission against Discrimination 

Reports and other publications of the Commission, 1945-1947 

61

22

Annual report, 1947 

61

23

Memoranda, 1947 

61

24

Program of the 2nd annual institute for Council members, 1948 

61

25

"N.Y. State Law against Discrimination" (address of the General Counsel), 1948 

61

26

"Article One" (glossy booklet published by the Commission), ca.1950 

61

27

Conference of Governors on Discrimination in Employment, 1957 

61

28

Press release containing remarks of members of the President's Committee on Civil Rights at the Governors' Convention luncheon, 1957 

61

29

Report of the Subcommittee on the Continuing Gap of the Committee on Civil Rights and Responsibilities, ca.1968 

61

30

W. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA) 

Minutes and memoranda, 1965 

61

31

Correspondence, 1966 

61

32

Notice of meeting and progress report on housing/employment, 1968 

61

33

Memoranda, correspondence, 1969-1972 

61

34

Memoranda, correspondence, 1972-1973 

61

35

Memoranda, financial statements, correspondence, 1974-1975 

61

36

Finances, 1975 

61

37

Statement of operation and budget request, 1976 

61

38

Financial statements and auditors' report, 1976 

61

39

Meeting minutes and finances, 1976 

61

40

Memoranda and reports, 1977 

61

41

Report: "The Economic Impact of PCCA Assisted Housing on the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region," 1977 

61

42

Memoranda, 1978-1979 

61

43

Correspondence, agenda, and memoranda, 1980 

61

44

By-laws, agenda, reports, and memoranda, 1981-1982 

61

45

X. Philadelphia Fellowship Commission 

Correspondence and information sheets, 1945-1946 

62

1

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1946 

62

2

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1946 

62

3

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1947 

62

4

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1947 

62

5

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1948 

62

6

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, 1948 

62

7

Newsletter with report by STMA on the Civil Rights Conference, 1949 

62

8

Correspondence, 1949 

62

9

Correspondence, 1949 

62

10

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949 

62

11

Clippings re citation of Gertrude Berg, 1950 

62

12

Letter from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., 1950 

62

13

Report of the drafting committee, 1950 

62

14

Draft III of proposed Philadelphia Home Charter, 1950 

62

15

Comments of Draft III, 1950 

62

16

Booklet; Educational Aspects of FEPC Laws, 1950 

62

17

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

62

18

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

62

19

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

62

20

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

62

21

Correspondence and memoranda, 1951 

62

22

10th anniversary of the Commission, 1951 

62

23

10th anniversary of the Commission, 1951-1952 

62

24

Correspondence, agenda and memoranda, 1953 

62

25

Correspondence and memoranda, including material pertaining to a proposed community laboratory program in intergroup relations, 1953 

62

26

Correspondence and memoranda, with a proposal to the Ford Foundation, 1953-1954 

62

27

Correspondence and memoranda, 1955-1958 

62

28

Correspondence and memoranda, 1958 

62

29

Informational material, including a report on a study of the selection of medical students, 1958 

62

30

Correspondence and memoranda, 1958-1962 

62

31

Correspondence and memoranda, 1962-1965 

62

32

Y. Texas Centennial Exposition 

Correspondence, 1936 

62

33

Correspondence, 1936 

62

34

Correspondence, 1936 

62

35

Tourist booklets, correspondence, 1936-1937 

62

36

Z. Town Meeting of the Air 

Correspondence, 1951 

63

1

Correspondence, 1951 

63

2

Correspondence, 1951-1952 

63

3

AA. United Council of Church Women 

Publications of the Federal Security Agency, 1942 

63

4

Publications of the Office of War Information, 1942 

63

5

Publications of the US Office of Civilian Defense, 1942 

63

6

Other government publications, 1942 

63

7

Misc. reports, memoranda, and information sheets, 1942-1943 

63

8

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

63

9

Correspondence and memoranda of various committees, 1945 

63

10

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

63

11

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947-1948 

63

12

Correspondence and memoranda, 1948-1949 

63

13

AB. United Service Organization (USO) 

Minutes and memoranda of various committees, 1941 

63

14

Minutes and memoranda of various committees, 1941-1942 

63

15

Minutes and memoranda of various committees, 1942 

63

16

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

63

17

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

63

18

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

63

19

Pamphlets and brochures re citizens' committees of the USO, USO activities in Philadelphia, and floor plan of the S. Broad St. USO, 1942 

63

20

Scrapbook, 1942-1947 

 OS 6

 

Volunteer list, correspondence, 1943 

63

21

Correspondence, 1944 

63

22

Correspondence, 1944 

63

23

Correspondence, 1945 

63

24

Correspondence, 1945 

63

25

Correspondence, 1945 

63

26

Correspondence, 1946 

63

27

Correspondence, 1947 

63

28

AC. US Committee of the International Conference of Social Work 

Conference in Athens, n.d. 

63

29

Preliminary program of conference in Madras, with related correspondence, 1952 

63

30

Letter from the US embassy in New Delhi, with USIA brochures, 1952 

63

31

Conference handbook, program, and resolutions, 1952 

63

32

[STMA's address to the conference], 1952 

63

33

Conference addresses, 1952 

63

34

Reports on social work in India, 1952 

63

35

Reports on social work in Japan, 1952 

63

36

Directory of social welfare agencies in Burma, 1952 

64

1

Report on the standard of living in Indonesia, 1952 

64

2

Correspondence before conference, 1952 

64

3

Material collected at the conference, 1952 

64

4

Material collected at the conference, 1952 

64

5

Correspondence, 1953 

64

6

Memoranda and correspondence, 1953 

64

7

Memoranda and correspondence, 1954 

64

8

Memoranda and correspondence, 1954 

64

9

Memoranda and correspondence, 1955 

64

10

Conference in Munich, Germany, 1955-1956 

64

11

Reports and booklets on social work in India (mostly from Delhi School of Social Work), 1956 

64

12

Directory of Social Service organizations in Thailand, 1956 

64

13

Pakistan Council for Child Welfare publications and programs, 1956 

64

14

Pakistan Quarterly, 1957 

64

15

Re Burma (brochures and booklets), 1957 

64

16

Booklets re Delhi, 1957 

64

17

Brochures re the Philippines, 1957 

64

18

Social Services Coordinating Council, Karachi, 1957-1958 

64

19

Philippines tourist brochures, 1958 

64

20

Booklets re Burma's 10th anniversary, 1958 

64

21

Karachi Municipal Review, 1958 

64

22

Karachi Municipal Review, 1958 

64

23

Booklets re Burma, 1958 

64

24

Booklets re Pakistan, 1958 

64

25

World Opinion on Kashmir (booklet), 1958 

64

26

Pakistan Bibliography (booklet), 1958 

64

27

Pakistan brochures, 1958 

64

28

Thailand (itinerary, booklets, and ephemera), 1958 

64

29

Public Welfare in Thailand (booklet), 1958 

64

30

Re Tokyo, Japan, conference (mostly letters of introduction), 1958 

64

31

Conference program and Receipts, 1958 

65

1

Report of the Japanese National Committee, 1958 

65

2

Address to plenary session by Indian delegate, 1958 

65

3

Address on theme of "mobilizing resources for social needs," 1958 

65

4

Address on theme of "mobilizing resources for social needs," 1958 

65

5

Address on theme of "mobilizing resources for social needs," 1958 

65

6

Report of US Committee on theme of "mobilizing resources for social needs," 1958 

65

7

Reports and booklets on social work in Japan, 1958 

65

8

Material collected at Tokyo Conference, 1958 

65

9

Correspondence, 1958 

65

10

Correspondence, 1958 

65

11

Re Lutheran World Services, Hong Kong, 1959-1960 

65

12

Re conference in Rome, Italy, 1961 

65

13

AD. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 

Address at Bryn Mawr, 1942 

65

14

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942-1943 

65

15

Correspondence and memoranda, 1952 

65

16

Correspondence and memoranda, 1954-1958 

65

17

Correspondence and memoranda, 1981 

65

18

AE. Miscellaneous Civic Organizations 

Advisory Committee on Citizen Participation, 1951-1955 

65

19

American Christian Palestine Committee, 1956-1959 

65

20

American Foundation for Negro Affairs, n.d. 

65

21

American Foundation for Negro Affairs, 1969-1970 

65

22

American Friends Service Committee, 1949 

65

23

American Friends Service Committee, 1952 

65

24

American Lecture Bureau, Inc., 1948-1949 

65

25

American Municipal Congress, 1954 

65

26

American Red Cross, 1977 

65

27

American Red Cross, 1977 

65

28

American Youth Hostels, 1953 

65

29

American Youth Hostels, 1959 

65

30

Association of Business and Professional Women of Philadelphia, 1937 

65

31

Association of the Study of Negro Life and Culture (re Black History Month), 1982 

65

32

The Atlantic Union Committee, 1951 

65

33

The Atlantic Union Committee, 1955 

65

34

The Atlantic Union Committee, 1957-1959, 1974 

65

35

Bicentennial Women's Center, 1973-1976 

65

36

Board of Education, 1967-1977 

65

37

The Chapel of the Four Chaplains, 1969 

65

38

The Chapel of the Four Chaplains, 1980 

65

39

The Committee to Salvage Talent, 1960 

65

40

Committee on Segregation in nation's capital, 1948-1951 

65

41

Community Chests and Councils of America, 1953 

65

42

Congressional Black Caucus, 1981 

65

43

Delaware Valley Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, 1970 

65

44

Thomas Eakins House Restoration Committee, 1969-1975 

65

45

The Ecumenical Forum, 1976 

65

46

Fairmount Park Commission, 1970 

65

47

Family Service of Pennsylvania, 1955 

65

48

Fellowship House, 1941-1942 

65

49

Fellowship House, 1942-1956 

65

50

Fellowship House, 1961 

65

51

Fels Group Dynamic Center, 1951-1952 

65

52

Fisk University, 1947 

65

53

Focus, 1973-1974 

65

54

Foster Homes Educational Program Citizen's Committee, 1963 

65

55

Friends of Independence National Park, 1973-1976 

65

56

Greater Germantown Alliance, 1977 

65

57

Greater Germantown Appeal Alliance, 1975 

65

58

Health and Welfare Council, 1952 

65

59

Howard University Conference on Racial Integration in Education, 1952 

66

1

Japanese American Citizen's League, 1950-1952 

66

2

Loyal Daughters of a Charity, 1945-1946 

66

3

Moton Center for Independent Studies, 1975-1976 

66

4

National Association of Colored Women, 1946-1947 

66

5

National Association for Colored Women, 1950 

66

6

National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials, 1954-1957 

66

7

National Citizens' Committee to Combat Juvenile Delinquency, 1954 

66

8

National Citizens' Committee to Combat Juvenile Delinquency, 1954 

66

9

National Citizens' Council on Civil Rights, 1948-1949 

66

10

National Conference on Family Life, 1948-1952 

66

11

National for Human Rights, 1958 

66

12

National Conference on Social Welfare, 1957 

66

13

National Conference of Social Work, 1954-1955 

66

14

National Council of Negro Women, ca.1941 

66

15

National Council of Negro Women, 1952-1956 

66

16

National Council of Negro Women, 1974 

66

17

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1976 

66

18

Pennsylvania Opportunities Industrialization Center, 1977 

66

20

Pennsylvania Society to Protect Children from Cruelty, 1954 

66

21

Pennsylvania State Council Christian Education, 1950-1951 

66

22

Pennsylvania State Federation of Negro Women's Clubs, 1946-1947 

66

23

The Philadelphia Afro-American, 1958 

66

24

Philadelphia Hospitality Committee for China, 1945 

66

25

Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation, 1966-1967 

66

26

Philadelphia Institute of Household Occupations, 1941-1942 

66

27

Pennsylvania Citizens' Association, 1957 

66

19

Philadelphia Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1966 

66

28

Philadelphia Lawyers' Wives, 1974, 1979 

66

29

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1973-1976 

66

30

Philadelphia Museum of Art (advisory committee for the Treasures of Ancient Nigeria exhibit), 1982 

66

31

Police Athletic League, 1975-1976 

66

32

Police Athletic League, 1976-1977 

66

33

Police Athletic League, 1978-1979 

66

34

President's Committee on Education beyond the High School, 1958 

66

35

Prize Essay Contest, Haiti, 1949-1950 

66

36

Protestant Film Commission, 1945-1946 

66

37

Radcliffe College, 1981 

66

38

Recyclix Corporation, 1973 

66

39

Sarah Lawrence Scholarships, 1946 

66

40

Swarthmore College, 1982 

66

41

Swarthmore College Committee on Black and Minority Concerns, 1980-1981 

66

42

Teen Aid, Inc., 1962-1963 

66

43

Temple University American Assembly, 1969 

66

44

Virginia State College, 1941 

66

45

Woman's Press, 1949-1950 

66

46

Welcome House (Pearl Buck), 1961 

66

47

Women's Equity Action League, 1971-1976 

66

48

Women for the Union of the Free, 1954 

66

49

World Affairs Council Teachers' Institute on Africa, 1969 

67

1

World Affairs Council, 1970-1975 

67

2

World's Sunday School Association, 1939 

67

3

Y.W.C.A., 1948-1974 

67

4

Miscellaneous organizations, 1944-1955 

67

5

Miscellaneous organizations, 1969-1970 

67

6

Miscellaneous organizations, 1971-1972 

67

7

Miscellaneous organizations, 1973-1974 

67

8

Miscellaneous organizations, 1975-1982 

67

9

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XII. CLUBS AND SOCIAL GROUPS 

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Folder

A. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Planning guide for conferences and public meetings, n.d. 

67

10

Blank membership form signed by STMA as grand president, [1920s] 

 OS 10

 

The Delta, 1921 

67

11

Program of annual convention, 1923 

67

12

Correspondence, 1923 

67

13

Correspondence and ms. notes, 1923 

67

14

Correspondence, 1930-1932 

67

15

Correspondence, Constitution and Bylaws, 1933-1934 

67

16

Correspondence, 1935-1936 

67

17

Correspondence, 1937-1938 

67

18

Correspondence, 1939 

67

19

Program, agenda, memoranda, and reports of biennial convention, 1939 

67

20

Handbook, directory, correspondence and ms. notes, 1939 

67

21

Correspondence, 1940 

67

22

Correspondence and code of law, 1941 

67

23

Minutes of national convention, 1941 

67

24

Invitations to social events at convention, 1941 

67

25

Correspondence, 1941 

67

26

Correspondence, 1942 

67

27

History, 1942 

67

28

Directory, 1942 

67

29

Correspondence and memoranda, 1942 

67

30

Correspondence and memoranda, 1943 

67

31

Blanks and Forms, and Official Code, 1943 

67

32

History (booklet), 1944 

67

33

Minutes of the national convention, 1944 

67

34

Reports of the legal advisor and the treasurer, 1944 

68

1

Ritual and invitations to social events at convention, 1944 

68

2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1944 

68

3

Correspondence and memoranda, 1944 

68

4

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

68

5

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

68

6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

68

7

Correspondence and memoranda, 1945 

68

8

Correspondence and memoranda, 1946 

68

9

Correspondence and minutes, 1946 

68

10

Correspondence and minutes, 1946 

68

11

Blank forms, clippings, 1947 

68

12

Correspondence, 1947 

68

13

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

68

14

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947 

68

15

Correspondence including re speaking engagements, 1948 

68

16

Delta Bulletin, 1948 

68

17

Correspondence, 1948 

68

18

Correspondence, 1949 

68

19

Correspondence, 1949 

68

20

Correspondence and related papers, 1949 

68

21

Correspondence and related papers, 1950 

68

22

Booklets, 1950 

68

23

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

69

1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

69

2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

69

3

Correspondence and memoranda, 1950 

69

4

Agreement re purchase of land, 1951 

69

5

Correspondence, 1951 

69

6

Correspondence, 1951 

69

7

Correspondence, 1951-1952 

69

8

Correspondence, 1952 

69

9

Correspondence, 1953 

69

10

Correspondence, 1954 

69

11

Correspondence, 1955 

69

12

News release re service project, 1956 

69

13

The Delta (newsletter), 1957 

69

14

Letter to Dorothy I. Height, past Grand President, 1957 

69

15

Correspondence, 1957 

69

16

Correspondence, 1958 

69

17

Correspondence, 1958 

69

18

The Delta (journal) with photo and biographical resume of STMA, 1959 

69

19

Agreement re writing of history, 1959 

69

20

Minutes of executive board, 1959 

69

21

Correspondence and memoranda, 1959 

69

22

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1959 

69

23

Correspondence and memoranda, 1960 

69

24

The Delta (journal), 1960 

69

25

The Delta (conference report), 1960 

69

26

STMA convention name tag and ribbon, "Legal Advisor," 1960 

69

27

Handbook for Convention Leadership, 1960 

69

28

Correspondence and memoranda, 1960 

69

29

Convention workbook, 1960 

69

30

Roster of officers and chapter presidents, 1960-1961 

69

31

Correspondence and memoranda, 1961 

70

1

Correspondence re renovation of headquarters, 1961 

70

2

Roster of officers and chapter presidents, 1961-1962 

70

3

By-laws of the San Antonio Chapter, 1961-1962 

70

4

Correspondence and memoranda, 1962 

70

5

Citation in appreciation of donation, 1963 

70

6

Minutes of the executive board, 1963 

70

7

Correspondence and memoranda, 1963 

70

8

Roster of officers and chapter presidents, 1963-1964 

70

9

Correspondence and memoranda, 1964 

70

10

Golden anniversary step-off ceremony, 1964 

70

11

Re budget, 1964 

70

12

The Delta (newsletter), 1965 

70

13

Fiscal budget, 1965-1966 

70

14

Correspondence and memoranda, 1966 

70

15

Minutes of national board meeting, 1966 

70

16

Correspondence and memoranda, 1966-1967 

70

17

Constitution and by-laws, 1967 

70

18

Audit report, 1967 

70

19

Correspondence and memoranda, 1967-1968 

70

20

Re Alice Dunbar Nelson (artwork), 1968 

70

21

Correspondence and memoranda, 1968 

70

22

Roster of national officers, national committees, and chapter presidents, 1968-1969 

70

23

Chapter advisors, 1968-1969 

70

24

Memoranda, 1969 

70

25

Constitution and by-laws, 1969 

70

26

Minutes and conference material, 1969 

70

27

Minutes and conference material, 1969 

70

28

Testimony before the Senate Interior and Insular Committee, 1969 

70

29

Convention proceedings, 1969 

70

30

Correspondence and memoranda, 1969 

70

31

Annual May Week program and reception, presentation of the STMA Award, 1970 

70

32

The Delta (journal, with photo and note on STMA), 1970 

70

33

The Delta (journal, with coverage of the Mary Church Terrell Award to STMA, 1971 

70

34

Chapter mailing, memoranda, 1973 

70

35

Convention proceedings, 1973 

70

36

Memorandum re convention site and year, 1974 

70

37

Correspondence, proceedings, memoranda, 1975 

70

38

Memoranda and fiscal handbook, 1976 

70

39

Report, 1976 

70

40

Correspondence and memoranda, 1976 

70

41

Correspondence and memoranda, 1976 

70

42

The Delta (newsletter, with correspondence, 1977 

70

43

Correspondence, 1977 

70

44

The Delta (journal), 1978 

71

1

Memoranda, 1979 

71

2

Correspondence, 1981 

71

3

Correspondence, 1981 

71

4

May Week celebration, 1996-2000 

71

4a

Tribute in Janes Memorial United Methodist Church, 125th Anniversary, 1997 

71

4a

B. Other Social Clubs 

4c. African American Museum in Philadelphia "Women and the Law: Examining the Legacy of Sadie T. M. Alexander, 1999 

71

4

Alpha Boule correspondence and directory, 1969-1976 

71

5

Alpha Boule correspondence and directory, 1977-1978 

71

6

Alpha Boule correspondence and directory, 1979 

71

7

Alpha Kappa Alpha, 1950 

71

8

Alpha Phi Alpha, 1939, 1951 

71

9

American Jewish Congress: speech delivered to business and professional group, 1950 

71

10

Gerard Chapel program, 1969 

71

11

Jack and Jill of America, 1939 

71

12

Jack and Jill of America, 1940 

71

13

Jack and Jill of America, 1964 

71

14

Page One Award, 1958 

71

15

Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery, n.d. 

71

16

Shingle (magazine article "Forty-Five Years a Woman Lawyer"), 1988 

71

17

Sigma Pi Phi, 1980 

71

18

Sigma Pi Phi, 1981 

71

19

Tau Gamma Delta, 1950-1960 

71

20

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XIII. WRITINGS, SPEECHES AND PUBLICATIONS 

Box

Folder

Notes on the theme of value of professional training, [192-] 

71

21

Fragment, [192-] 

71

22

Fragment, [192-] 

71

23

Fragment of the contribution of the Negro to American life, [192-] 

71

24

"The Contribution of the Negro to American Life," [192-] 

71

25

"Status of Negroes: Modification of the Common Law to Meet Conditions in America," [192-] 

71

26

"Segregation in Public Schools," 1925 

71

27

"A Demand for Women as Executive Officers of the Church," [1928] 

71

28

Correspondence re speaking engagements, 1928 

71

29

The Emancipation of Woman," [193-] 

71

30

"The Economic Status of Negro Women," [1930] 

71

31

"The Economic Status of Negro Women," [1930] 

71

32

Re Outstanding achievements of Negro women, [193-] 

71

33

Re Outstanding achievements of Negro women, [193-] 

71

34

Notes on prominent women, [193-] 

71

35

"Invent Your Own Career" and "Ducklings Afloat," [193-] 

71

36

Notes, [193-] 

71

37

Source material, [193-] 

71

38

Re the economic and occupational status of Negroes, [1932] 

71

39

Re the economic and occupational status of Negroes, [1933] 

71

40

Re the economic and occupational status of Negroes, [1934] 

71

41

"Constitutional Guarantees of Civil Rights to American Negroes" (before the National YWCA Conference, 1934 

71

42

"Constitutional Guarantees of Civil Rights to American Negroes" (before the National YWCA Conference, 1934 

71

43

Correspondence and clippings re speaking engagements, 1935 

71

44

Obituary of Laura Trent Gordon, 1935 

71

45

In Memoriam Madeline Bowes Raines, 1935 

71

46

For the Republican Party in the Lackawanna County elections, 1935 

71

47

Before the Eastern Federation of Negro Republicans (Wesley Church), 1935 

71

48

Address on the theme "War Must Cease" (At Bethel A.M.E. Church, Baltimore), 1935 

71

49

Address on the economic and occupational status of Negroes (the Elks' Educational and Economic Conference, D.C., Business and professional women), 1935-1936 

71

50

Address on Negro achievement (Tindley Temple Negro Achievement Week), 1936 

71

51

"After Dinner Speech for the Eugene Kinkle Jones Testimonial Dinner," New York City, 1936 

71

52

"Sugar without Social Security" (re the Goreau family of Puerto Rico), [1936] 

71

53

Source material for "Social Security and the Negro in Pennsylvania" (address of Lt. L.A. Oxley before the Armstrong Association), 1936 

71

54

Notes, 1936 

71

55

Notes re Roosevelt policies, [1937] 

71

56

Notes re college fraternities, [1938] 

71

57

"Coming Events Cast Their Shadow" (Scyades Club, Detroit), 1939 

71

58

Address in Detroit, 1939 

71

59

"Harry A. Mackey C A Friend" (eulogy delivered at Berean Church), 1939 

71

60

"The Place of a College Fraternity in the Life of a Student, ... of a University, ... of the Negro Race" (Delta Sigma Theta Conference), [1939] 

71

61

Address before Delta Sigma Theta (with reference to the University of Pennsylvania, [1939] 

71

62

Correspondence re speaking engagements, 1939 

71

63

Source material (clippings), [194-] 

71

64

"The Lawyer Looks at the Physician" (address at VMA dinner at Howard University, 1940 

71

65

Report to the Business and Professional Women's Club (STMA President), [1940] 

71

66

Re Elmer Carter [1940] 

71

67

"Women as Practitioners of Law in the United States" (before the National Bar Association), 1941 

71

68

"Women as Practitioners of Law in the United States" (in National Bar Journal, v.1, no. 1), 1941 

71

69

On the status of the Philadelphia Negro (before the Committee on Race Relations of the Society of Friends), 1942 

71

70

Source material, 1942 

71

71

Source material re Negroes in the military, 1942 

71

72

Source material re National Urban League report on the condition of Negroes in Dade County, Florida, 1943 

71

73

Source material (publications of the National Urban League), 1944 

71

74

Re Hannah Clothier Hull and the Society of Friends, [1944] 

71

75

Notes, [1944] 

71

76

Source material (miscellaneous), 1945 

71

77

Source material (publication of the National Urban League), 1945 

71

78

Source material (CIO publications), 1945 

71

79

"The Role of the Negro Woman in the Economic Life of the Postwar South," 1945 

71

80

Source material (Memoranda of the United Council of Church Women), 1945-1946 

71

81

Source material (publications and memoranda of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1946 

71

82

Source material (publications and memoranda of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1946 

71

83

"Address to Americans for Democratic Action" (Washington, D.C.), 1947 

71

84

Statements re "To Secure These Rights," 1947 

71

85

Untitled fragment, 1947-1948 

71

86

"President's Civil Rights Committee Member Endorses Urban League Vocational Opportunity Campaign" (press release), [1948] 

71

87

Re "To Secure These Rights" (KYW Radio), 1948 

71

88

Re "To Secure These Rights " (YWCA, St. Louis), 1948 

71

89

Re "To Secure These Rights" (Americans for Democratic Action), 1948 

71

90

"The Responsibility of Minorities" (Central Synagogue, Rockville, L), 1948 

71

91

"Are Our Civil Rights Secure?" (round table discussion, Woman's Forum of Nassau County), 1948 

71

92

Correspondence re speaking engagements, 1948 

71

93

Address before Iota Phi Lambda, Dallas (program and biographical note only), 1952 

71

94

Address before the National Urban League, with source material, 1953 

71

95

Address before the Conference on Civil Liberties of the National Civil Liberties Clearing House, 1953 

71

96

Address at Hampton Institute, 1954 May 

71

97

Correspondence re speaking engagements, 1955 

71

98

Ms. notes written while traveling in South America?, 1956-1957 

71

99

"Progress Made in Civil Rights in the United States Since the Publication of 'To Secure These Rights'," ca.1957 

71

100

Address before NAACP? (STMA representing Delta Sigma Theta), 1958 

71

101

Remarks on presenting a luncheon speaker, [196-] 

71

102

Source material and ms. notes, [196-] 

71

103

Remarks on presenting new members of the Human Rights Commission, 1963 

71

104

Remarks on receiving an award from the Negro Trade Union Leadership Council (with reference to the Commission on Human Relations, 1963 

71

105

Founder's Day address at Spelman College, 1963 

71

106

"New Tempos, New Concepts" (Annual Conference of Commission on Human Rights, Pittsburgh), 1963 

71

107

Remarks on National Freedom Day, 1964 

71

108

Statement at the White House Regional Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity, 1964 

71

109

In memoriam, Crystal Bird Fauset, 1965 

71

110

Remarks before the National Conference of the Urban League, 1966 

72

1

"Education and Social Change: The Citizen's Role in Achieving Civil Rights" (YWCA of Germantown?), ca.1966 

72

2

Acceptance speech on receiving the Delta Sigma Theta Award, 1966 

72

3

Remarks before the Commission on Human Relations?, 1967 

72

4

"The Catalytic Role of Commissions in Helping Alienated Communities" (Annual Conference of Commissions for Human Rights, Toronto), 1967 

72

5

Remarks at luncheon in her honor [Commission on Human Relations], 1968 

72

6

Remarks on election as a Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania [1970] 

72

7

"Forty-five Years as a Woman Lawyer: Reminiscences of a Pioneer" (The Shingle, Philadelphia Bar Association), 1972 

72

8

Reminiscence of her career in the law (ms.), 1972 

72

9

"A Clean Sweep" (reminiscence of undergraduate years, The Pennsylvania Gazette, 1972 

72

10

Source material? (Duke Power annual report), 1973 

72

11

Acceptance speech of the posthumous award of the National Bar Association to the late Judge Raymond Pace Alexander (Washington, DC), 1975 

72

12

"Forty-Five Years a Woman Lawyer," 1975 

72

13

Acceptance Speech of the award of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 1975 

72

14

"The Best of Times and the Worst of Times" (reminiscence of law school and career in the law, University of Pennsylvania Law Alumni Journal), 1977 

72

15

Source material: "Towards New Horizons: Aspects of Colonial Law Relating to Women's Rights" (address by George L. Haskins on Proprietor's Day), 1978 

72

16

Remarks at luncheon of the Philadelphia Barristers' Wives honoring her fifty years in the practice of law, 1979 

72

17

Commencement address, Swarthmore College, 1979 

72

18

Talking Points for presentations on the White House Conference on Aging, [1980] 

72

19

Television interview re the White House Conference on Aging, 1980 

72

20

Remarks on receiving the Living Legacy Award of the White House Conference on Aging, 1980 

72

21

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XIV. CERTIFICATES, HONORS, AND AWARDS 

Box

Folder

A. Diplomas and Law Credentials 

Board of Education, District of Columbia (elementary school), 1911 

OS 15

2

The M Street High School of the District of Columbia, 1915 

 OS 10

 

University of Pennsylvania, M.A., 1919 

 OS 10

 

University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 1921 

 10

 

University of Pennsylvania, B.L, 1927 

 10

 

Orphan's Court for Philadelphia County, 1927 

72

22

Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, 1927 

OS 15

3

Municipal Court of Philadelphia, 1933 

OS 15

4

Re application for certificate of Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 1942 

72

23

University of Pennsylvania (substitution of J.D. for LL.B.), 1969 

72

24

University of Pennsylvania (honorary LL.D.; correspondence and program), 1974 

72

25

Lincoln University (honorary LL.D.), 1977 

72

26

Swarthmore College (honorary degree), 1979 

72

27

Swarthmore College (honorary degree), 1979 

 OS 10

 

Drexel University (honorary Litt.D.), 1981 

72

28

Medical College of Pennsylvania (honorary LL.D.), 1982 

72

29

Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. (honorary degree), 1982 

72

30

Spelman College (honorary LL.D.), 1983 

72

31

B. Membership Certificates and Cards 

Law Review and American Law Register, University of Pennsylvania, 1926-1927 

72

32

American Bar Association, 1956 

72

33

Miscellaneous membership cards, 1960-1961 

72

34

American Judicature Society, 1965 

72

35

National Bar Association (life membership), 1968 

72

36

National Association of Women Lawyers, 1968 

72

37

Phi Beta Kappa, 1970 

72

38

Board of Managers of the Youth Study Center, 1976 

72

39

Miscellaneous membership cards, 1976-1982 

72

40

C. Citations, Awards, and Testimonials 

Miscellaneous awards, 1936-1937 

72

41

Membre Honoraire du Barreau de Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1939 

 OS 10

 

Reception in honor of Negro Women Leaders given by the National Council of Negro Women of the United States, 1940 

72

42

Certificate of merit and appreciation presented by Delta Sigma Theta, 1946 

72

43

Testimonial banquet given by the Fellowship Commission and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and Culture, 1947 

72

44

Certificate of appointment as delegate of the University of Pennsylvania to inauguration of Charles S. Johnson as President of Fisk University, 1947 

OS 15

5

Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Foundation Award to The President's Committee on Civil Rights, 1947 

OS 15

7

Banquet given by the Pennsylvania State Federation of Negro Women's Clubs honoring 10 of "Pennsylvania's Distinguished Daughters," 1953 

72

45

Awards from Shiloh Baptist Church, 1953 

72

46

Certificate of Appreciation presented by Delta Sigma Theta, 1954 

72

47

Citation of the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta (STMA's remarks only), ca.1966 

72

48

Testimonial of Appreciation from Members of the Connectional Layman' Organization of African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1963 

OS 15

8

Miscellaneous Awards, 1962-1963 

72

49

Annual Founders' Day Luncheon of the Association of Business and Professional Women of Philadelphia and Vicinity, 1968 

72

50

Citizenship Award Luncheon of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and Culture, Philadelphia Chapter, 1968 

72

51

Citation and luncheon given by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, 1968 

72

52

Resolution of the Philadelphia City Council commending STMA for her service as member and chair of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, 1968 

72

53

Certificate of Service Presented by Delta Sigma Theta, 1969 

72

54

Annual Presentation Luncheon of the Distinguished Daughters of America, 1970 

72

55

Miscellaneous awards, 1970-1971 

72

56

One Nation Award of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (presenter's remarks only), 1971 

72

57

The Mary Church Terrell Award of Delta Sigma Theta, 1971 

72

58

The Mary Church Terrell Award of Delta Sigma Theta, 1971 

72

59

The Mary Church Terrell Award of Delta Sigma Theta, 1971 

OS 15

10

Founder's Day Award of Tau Gamma Delta, 1974 

72

60

Award of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, 1975 

72

61

Reception and luncheon given by the Philadelphia Bar Association marking STMA's fiftieth year as a member, 1977 

72

62

Induction Banquet of the Onyx Senior Honor Society of the University of Pennsylvania, 1977, 1981 

72

63

Luncheon given by the Philadelphia Area Lawyers Wives marking STMA's 50 years of accomplishments as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, 1979 

72

64

Miscellaneous awards, 1979 

72

65

Award given by the Barristers' Association of Philadelphia, 1980 

72

66

Annual Presentation Luncheon of the Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania, 1980 

72

67

Certificate of Appreciation presented by the Florida Governor's Conference on Aging, 1980 

72

68

Distinguished Service Award presented by the Alumni Society of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1980 

72

69

Distinguished Service Award presented by the National Association of Black Women Attorneys, 1980 

72

70

Phi Delta Phi (Legal fraternity) Honorary membership, 1980-1981 

72

71

Resolution of the Board of Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia commending STMA and especially noting her work as a member of the Board of Managers of the Youth Study Center, 1981 

72

72

Invitation to Onyx Senior Honor Society Banquet, 1981 

72

73

Honored by The Alpha Boule Wives, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, 1981 

OS 15

9

The Ms. Magazine/KYW People Are Talking Award, 1982 

72

74

Champagne reception (Greater Philadelphia Branch, ACLU), 1982 

72

75

Champagne reception (Greater Philadelphia Branch, ACLU), 1982 

72

76

Congratulatory Telegram from Afro-American Newspaper, 1982 

72

77

Phi Delta Phi at University of Pennsylvania honorary membership, 1982 

72

78

Philadelphia City Council resolution and citation, on the occasion of STMA's being honored by the ACLU), 1982 

OS 15

6

Congratulations from the Pennsylvania Senate on the occasion of STMA's being honored by the ACLU, 1982 

72

79

The Gertrude E. Rush Award of the National Bar Association, 1982 

72

80

Calendar of Distinguished Black Women, 1983 

72

81

The Sadie T.M. Alexander Book Fund Scholarship of the National Bar Association, 1987 June 

72

82

Scroll of Merit, Philadelphia Conference Branch Missionary Society of the First Epis. District of the A.M.E. Church, n.d. 

 OS 13

 

Living Legacy Award, the National Caucus of Black Aged, n.d. 

 OS 10

 

Citation for distinguished public service, American Podiatry Association, [1970s] 

 OS 10

 

D. Trophies and Plaques 

Service award presented by the National Bar Association (plaque), 1945 

73

1

Wesleyan Service Guild Human Rights Award presented by the Methodist Church, Philadelphia District, Delaware Conference (plaque), 1949 

73

2

"Woman of the Day" silver plate, Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Radio Program, 1949 

73

3

"Champion of Civil Liberties" plaque presented by Alpha Phi Alpha, 1951 

73

4

American Teamwork Award presented by the National Urban League (medal and case), 1953 

73

5

Woman of the Century Award for Achievement in Law, YWCA Centennial, 1955 

73

6

Page One Award presented by the Newspaper Guild of Greater Philadelphia (printing block in case), 1958 

73

7

Service award presented by the National Beauty Culturalist's League (silver plate), 1959 

73

8

Outstanding Citizen Award presented by the Negro Trade Union Leadership Council, 1963 

 OS 12

 

Richard Allen Award presented by the A.M.E. Church, First District (plaque), 1965 

73

9

Distinguished service award of Delta Sigma Theta (plaque), [1966] 

73

10

Citizenship Award of Honor presented by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and Culture? (plaque), 1968 

73

11

"Educator-Humanitarian" silver bowl presented by Tau Gamma Delta Sorority, Tau Chapter, 1974 

74

1

Fiftieth Anniversary Award presented by the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Philadelphia Branch (plaque), 1979 

74

2

Special Recognition plaque presented by the Barristers' Association of Philadelphia, 1980 

74

3

Distinguished Service Award presented by the National Association of Black Women Attorneys (plaque), 1980 

74

4

Philip T. Johnson Senior-Citizen-of-the-Year Award presented by the DC Federation of Civic Association (plaque), 1980 

74

5

Most Distinguished Pennsylvanian Award presented by the Pennsylvania White House Conference on Aging (plaque), 1981 

74

6

Plaque presented by the Defense Industrial Supply Center, Philadelphia, during Federal Women's Program Week, 1981 

75

1

Silver plate presented by Phi Delta Phi, 1981 

75

2

Gertrude E. Rush Award presented by the National Bar Association (bowl), 1982 

 OS 0

 

Silver plate presented by the Greater Philadelphia American Civil Liberties Union, 1982 

75

3

Plaque presented by the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement, 1983 

75

4

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XV. MEMORABILIA AND REGALIA 

Box

Folder

A. Personal Effects 

Pair of bifocal glasses, n.d. 

75

5

Wedding dress worn by Mary Tanner Mossell, 1895 

 OS 9

 

B. Academic Regalia 

Academic hood for honorary LL.D., Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1982 

 OS 9

 

Academic hood, n.d. 

 OS 9

 

Academic hood, n.d. 

 OS 9

 

C. Other Memorabilia 

T-Shirt Penn Law, Portrait of Dr. Sadie Alexander [transferred to MEM Collection, 1990] 

75

6

Brief in Howard University Moot Court, 1930 

75

7

Miscellaneous programs, [195-] 

75

8

Program of the Dedication of the Bicentennial Bell, 1976 

75

9

Commemorative paper weight, Delta Sigma Theta, New Jersey State Founder's Day, 1982 

75

10

Commemorative paper weight, Delta Sigma Theta, Membership: 25 to 58 Years, n.d. 

75

11

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XVI. AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIAL 

Box

Folder

A. Photographs 

Rev. Peter Spencer, Pastor, African Union Church, n.d. 

76

1

Autographed carte de visite portrait of Frederick Douglass, [187-] 

76

2

Mossell family group portrait, 1880 

76

3

Aaron/Nathan Mossell, ?1882 

76

4

Bishop Benjamin T. Tanner and family; Sarah Elisabeth Tanner, [1890-1913] 

76

5

Hallie Tanner Johnson [1890-1900] 

76

6

Mary Tanner Mossell with EMA and STMA as small children [1890-1905] 

76

7

Photo album (snapshots) [1914-1934] 

 OS 1

 

Aaron A. Mossell STMA's brother, 1916 and n.d. 

76

9

Snapshots, incl. college and graduate school, including snaps of Delta friends, [1916-1923] 

76

10

Henry O. Tanner, 1917 

76

11

Mary Tanner Mossell, with STMA and EMA, [1917-1923] 

76

12

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Gamma Chapter. Penn's first Black sorority, STMA front row, c. 1919 

OS 15

11

College? graduation snapshots [1919] 

76

13

College? group: STMA with VMA and others, [1919] 

76

14

Panoramic photograph of group of African-American Women, probably Delta Sigma Theta meeting, taken in Washington D.C., [192-], Scurlock Photo 

 OS 11

 

Portraits and snapshots, incl. doctoral commencement, 1921 

76

15

Annual Conference of the National Urban League, large group portrait, 1930 

OS 15

11

North Carolina Mutual birthday gathering in honor of president C.C. Spaulding, Takoma Park, Maryland, 1923 May 

 OS 11

 

Head shots, [193-] 

76

16

Unidentified group portraits, [193-] 

76

17

Mommy-baby picture with Mary Elizabeth, 1934 

76

18

Portrait and Christmas card with portrait, 1935 

76

19

Advisory Committee of the Texas Centennial Commission, 1936 

OS 15

11

Portraits, alone and with Mary Elizabeth, 1936 

OS 15

12

In costume for Omega Psi Phi Ball, 1936 

OS 15

11

Snapshots with VMA, Mary Elizabeth and Rae Pace, [1936-1940] 

76

20

Commissioners' Formal Ball, New Year's Eve, in group of women, 1937-1938 

76

21

Group portrait with Helen O. Dickens and other unidentified women in Alexander home, 1940 

76

22

Snapshots; portrait in The Crisis, ca.1940 

76

23

Miscellaneous unidentified social and civic occasions, [194-] 

76

24

Unidentified large group portrait (possibly Penn class reunion), [194-] 

76

25

Unidentified formal occasion with EMA [194-] 

76

26

Delta Sigma Theta sorors: Alice Dunbar Nelson, Laura Trent Gordon, [194-] 

76

27

Signed portrait of Marian Anderson, [194-] 

 OS 11

 

STMA Portrait, 1941 

76

28

STMA Portrait, c. 1945 

OS 16

1

United Service Organization (USO), 1941-1946 

76

29

STMA presenting the Phila. USO keys to a sailor, with Francis Biddle; ca. 1940 

OS 16

1

A.M.E. Church group with Mrs. Roosevelt, 1944 

76

30

Head shot, [1945] 

76

31

National Bar Association Convention, Cleveland, 1945 

 OS 11

 

Interesting People - by Geo. L. Lee - STMA and George Washington Carver, 1945 

OS 16

1

National Bar Association group shot with STMA and Earle B. Dickerson, ca. 1941-1948 

OS 16

2

Head shot, 1946 

76

32

National Urban League in honor of first two recipients of the Two Friends Award, 1946 

 OS 11

 

National Bar Association annual convention, Detroit, 1946 

 OS 11

 

Aaron Mossell (STMA's brother), 1946 and n.d. 

76

33

Fellowship Commission, building interiors and occasions, 1946-1950 

76

34

STMA with Molly Goldberg, ca. 1946-1950 

OS 16

2

President Truman's Commission on Human Rights, 1947 

76

35

President Truman's Commission on Human Rights, 1947 

OS 16

3

National Bar Association, 1947 November 

76

36

National Bar Association Convention, Washington D.C., 1947 November 

 OS 11

 

Miscellaneous civic occasions, incl. UN, Delta, 1947-1948? 

76

37

Aaron A. Mossell (STMA's father), 1947, 1948 

76

38

Head shot, 1948 

76

39

A.M.E. Church conference in Kansas City, including shots with Negro Heroes" comic book, 1948 

76

40

A.M.E. Church Conference in Kansas City, shot of STMA with "Negro Heros' comic book, 1948" 

OS 16

2

Delta Sigma Theta: at Skywater; on WNBC, [1948] 

76

41

Head shots, [195-] 

76

42

Head shots, [195-] 

 OS 11

 

Unidentified baby portrait, signed "Lovingly - Leslie Tanner." ca 1950 

OS 16

4

STMA, head shots, ca 1950 

OS 16

4

Miscellaneous civic occasions, including Philadelphia Fellowship Commission, [195-] 

76

43

A.M.E. Church, 1950-1952 

76

44

Miscellaneous civic occasion, 1950 January 

OS 16

4

Snapshots: Germany; Lewis Tanner Moore family, 1951 

76

45

Hawaii; Israel (International Conference of Social Work), 1952-1953 

76

46

Loose correspondence re photographs, 1952-1978 

76

47

National Bar Association Annual Dinner, New York, 1947 August 

 OS 11

 

Japan (International Conference of Social Work), 1958 

76

48

Head shots and portraits, [196-] 

76

49

Lewis Tanner Moore family, including Leslie Tanner Moore wedding, 196?-197?] 

76

50

Miscellaneous civic and professional occasions, [196-] 

76

51

Commission on Human Relations, 1967 

76

52

Commission on Human Relations retirement, 1968 

76

53

Commission on Human Relations retirement, 1968 

76

54

Commission on Human Relations retirement, 1968 

76

55

Head shots, 1969 and n.d. 

76

56

Miscellaneous civic and professional occasions, [197-] 

76

57

With Henry O. Tanner paintings, [197-] 

76

58

STMA with portrait of her grandfather, ca 1970 

OS 16

5

Delta Sigma Theta: the Mary Church Terrell Award, 1971 

76

59

Honorary LL.D. (Penn), 1974 June 

76

60

Snapshots with: Mary Elizabeth and Rae Alexander; Patricia Roberts Harris; members of the Stafford family 1975, 1977 

76

61

Miscellaneous portraits and occasions, 1978-1980 

76

62

White House Conference on Aging, with Jimmy and Roslyn Carter, 1979 

76

63

White House Conference on Aging, 1980 

76

64

STMA with members of her law firm: Archer, Atkinson, Wallace, and Myers, [1980] 

76

65

Honorary Litt.D. (Drexel University), 1981 

76

66

ACLU/Committee of 50: champagne reception, 1982 

76

67

Papier Mache negatives, n.d. 

76

67a

Commercial Views-India, n.d. 

76

67b

oversized: Photo of Sadie T. M. Alexander and Patricia Robert Harris, n.d. 

 3

 

Unidentified event, n.d. 

OS 16

5

Hallie Tanner Johnson, Contiental Features, n.d. 

OS 16

5

Art work (water color, by S. Mariswamy, and pencil drawing),1950 

OS 16

6

B. Phonograph Records 

Delta Sigma Delta Golden Anniversary Album (1 LP disk), [1963] 

 OS 18

 

The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, First Annual Awards Banquet (1 LP disk), 1970 

 OS 18

 

C. 16mm Film 

Unlabelled (100' reel), 1952 April 

82

1

India (400' reel), 1953 October 

82

2

India (100' reel), 1953 October 

82

3

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XVII. FAMILY AND GENEALOGY 

Box

Folder

A. General 

Sketch of Mossell family history written by STMA, n.d. 

76

71

Tanner family genealogical chart, [1931] 

76

72

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History: correspondence re Negro History Bulletin articles on Tanner family, 1947 

76

73

Articles on Tanner family history in Negro History Bulletin, 1947 

76

74

Letter of inquiry and STMA's response, Mossell family history, 1948 

76

75

Alexander crypt (West Laurel Hill Cemetery, 1975 

76

76

Correspondence and brochure re exhibit "A Century of Black Presence at Penn," 1979-1980 

76

77

B. Tanner, Benjamin Tucker (Estate) (STMA's mother's father) 

Miscellaneous correspondence in Tanner's hand, 1858-1895 

76

78

Correspondence with Hallie Brown, 1901 

76

79

Correspondence of Arthur Boswell re the Tanner estate, 1923-1925 

76

80

Statement of RPA as attorney for estate: in re Atlantic City property, 1925 

76

81

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1932-1934 

76

82

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1935 

76

83

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1935 

76

84

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1936 

76

85

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1937 

76

86

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1938 

76

87

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1939 

76

88

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1940-1941 

76

89

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1942-1943 

77

1

Papers re complaint of B. Johnson, 1944 

77

2

Rent reports re the Washington property, 1944-1945 

77

3

Petition of Benjamin T. Johnson, with copy of Benjamin T. Tanner's will of 1924, 1945 

77

4

Correspondence re B. Johnson petition, 1945 

77

5

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1946 

77

6

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1947 

77

7

Papers re 2310 Georgia Ave., 1948-1949 

77

8

Letter from a man whose father was an associate of Bishop Tanner, with STMA's reply; re a photo of Bishop Tanner, 1958 

77

9

Illegible photostat documents (deeds?), 1979 

77

10

C. Tanner, Henry Ossawa (STMA's mother's brother) 

Correspondence, 1913-1933 

77

11

Henry O. Tanner to STMA and RPA, 1934-1937 

77

12

Obituary (clipping), 1937 

77

13

Correspondence, 1937-1946 

77

14

Exhibition catalogues (2), 1945 

77

15

Oberlin College exhibition, 1946 

77

16

Correspondence re exhibition (Howard University), 1953-1954 

77

17

Correspondence re a study of Henry O. Tanner, 1957-1958 

77

18

Correspondence re exhibitions, 1960-1967 

77

19

Exhibition catalogues (3), 1967-1968 

77

20

Magazine article: "Afro-American Artists: Yesterday and Now," 1968 

77

21

Exhibition catalogues (2), 1969 

77

22

Correspondence, 1969-1970 

77

23

Exhibition catalogues (2), 1970 

77

24

Certificate of the Black Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1970 

77

25

Correspondence re Tanner and his work, 1970-1971 

77

26

Negatives for paintings and Related correspondence, 1971-1972 

77

27

Press material re 1st Pennsylvania Bank exhibit, 1972 

77

28

Program of commemorative stamp ceremonies, 1973 

77

29

Commemorative stamps, 1973 

77

30

Correspondence, 1973-1976 

77

31

Correspondence re "Portrait of the Artist's Mother," 1977-1979 

77

32

Correspondence, 1980-1981 

77

33

Sotheby's catalogue, 1981 

77

34

Correspondence re Tanner and his work, 1981-1982 

77

35

Re Henry O. Tanner Exhibit (Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1983 

77

35a

Sharing Traditions: Five Black Artists in Nineteenth-Century America, 1985 

77

36

Correspondence and brochure for Festival Afro-American Arts at National Museum of American Art, 1985 

77

37

Presentation of Tanner's "Sand Dunes at Sunset" to the White House Collection, 1996 

77

37a

Article about "The Thankful Poor" by Tanner, 1994 

77

37b

Philadelphia Museum of Art newsletter referencing Tanner's "The Annunciation", 2000 

77

37c

D. Tanner Mossell, Mary (STMA's mother) 

Ms.: notes for an article?, n.d. 

77

38

Financial records of Benjamin T. Tanner (mostly re plot in Merion cemetery), 1872-1989 

77

39

Marriage certificate, with STMA letter and note of 1979, 1890 

77

40

Correspondence, 1898-1916 

77

41

EMA-Page Anderson wedding: invitation and thank you card, 1918 

77

42

Financial records and correspondence, 1919-1926 

77

43

Wills, with related STMA correspondence, 1934, 1948 

77

44

E. Tanner Temple, Isabel (STMA's mother's sister) 

Deeds and mortgages, 1889-1920 

77

45

Affidavit of transfer of interest in HOT's "Portrait of the Artist's Mother" to STMA, 1940 

77

46

Wills, 1948, 1956 

77

47

Obituary, 1956 

77

48

F. Other Tanner Descendants 

Miscellaneous 

77

49

G. Mossell, Aaron (STMA's father's father) 

Ms.: "The Unconstitutionality of the Laws against Miscegenation," n.d. H. Mossell, Nathan F., M.D. (STMA's father's brother) 

77

50

H. Mossell, Nathan F., M.D. (STMA's father's brother) 

Fragments re Frederick Douglas, n.d. 

77

51

By-laws of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital and Training School, n.d. 

77

52

Biographical note in University of Pennsylvania alumni directory, n.d. 

77

53

Recital program with appeal by Dr. N. F. Mossell, 1904 

77

54

Statements of Douglass Hospital in re indebtedness to Dr. Mossell, 1933 

77

55

Correspondence with the Board of Managers of Douglass Hospital, 1934-1935 

77

56

In re the affairs of Dr. Mossell, including claims against Douglass Hospital and estate of J. Dreer, 1941 

77

57

In re the affairs of Dr. Mossell, including claims against Douglass Hospital and estate of J. Dreer, 1942-1945 

77

58

Estate, 1946 

78

1

Autobiography, n.d. 

78

2

Estate, 1947 

78

3

Estate, 1948-1950 

78

4

Estate, 1951-1952 

78

5

Estate, 1953 

78

6

Re biography and portrait for the Journal of the National Medical Association, 1953-1954 

78

7

Address on Dr. Mossell given by STMA before the Medical History Section of the College of Physicians, Philadelphia, 1976 

78

8

Letter of inquiry relating to portrait of Dr. Mossell in the College of Physicians, 1977 

78

9

I. Mossell, Aaron Albert (STMA's father) 

Biographical note in University of Pennsylvania alumni directory, n.d. 

78

10

Certificate of the Pennsylvania Board of Pharmacy, 1920 

 OS 11

 

Newspaper clipping "Dr. Mossell's Kin Fights Housing Bias in Wales," 1940-1945 

78

11

Letter to STMA recounting Mossell family history, 1948 

78

12

Letter to his son Aaron A. Mossell, 1948 

78

13

J. Mossell, Aaron Albert (STMA's brother) 

Military discharge (1918), 1931 

78

14

Records of employment, 1935-1938 

78

15

Ms. record book, with clippings, 1938-1939 

78

16

Re US v. Aaron A. Mossell (for allegedly impersonating a federal agent), 1941 

78

17

Letter, 1942 

78

18

Bank book and insurance information, 1942-1947 

78

19

Re a small claim, 1947 

78

20

Correspondence, insurance receipts, 1948-1955 

78

21

Correspondence and receipts, 1956-1959 

78

22

Re medical care and expenses, 1958-1959 

78

23

Obituaries and clippings, 1959 

78

24

Correspondence of Cassie Mossell with STMA, 1959 

78

25

Re funeral expenses and settle of creditors' claims against the estate, 1959 

78

26

Lists for death notices, 1959 

78

27

Condolence cards and letters, 1959 

78

28

Condolence cards and letters, 1959 

78

29

Condolence cards and letters, 1959 

78

30

Condolence cards and letters, 1959 

78

31

774 South 18th Street (Aaron Mossell and Cassie Taylor), 1966-1967 

78

32

K. Mossell Anderson, Elizabeth (STMA's sister) 

Newsletter of the Negro College Workshop at Atlanta University, ca.1941 

78

33

L. Robeson, Paul 

Correspondence between STMA and Thomas Cripps Re Mossell-Robeson Connection, 1969 

78

34

Letter from RPA to the Robeson Salute committee re the Alexander-Mossell-Robeson connection, 1973 

78

35

Salute to Paul Robeson (booklet), 1973 

78

36

Proposal of Paul Robeson, Jr., for the Paul Robeson Archives, 1973 

78

37

Paul Robeson: clippings, 1974, 1982 

78

38

Invitations to "Tribute to Paul Robeson," 1977 

78

39

Clippings, 1982 

78

40

M. Alexander Brown, Mary Elizabeth (and Family) 

Deed of trust for Virginia Ann Brown and Raymond Alexander Brown, 1976 

78

41

N. Scholley P. Alexander 

Correspondence, papers, 1973 

78

42

Correspondence, papers and photographs, 1973 

78

43

Correspondence, papers, 1974 

78

44

Correspondence, papers, 1974 

78

45

Correspondence and receipts, 1974 

78

46

Correspondence, receipts and papers, 1974 

78

47

Correspondence, receipts and papers, 1974 

79

1

Correspondence, legal papers, 1975-1976 

79

2

Correspondence, legal papers and receipts, 1976-1979 

79

3

Personal effects 

 OS 17

 

O. Other Alexander Relatives 

Correspondence of STMA re personal affairs of VMA, 1936-1943 

79

4

Correspondence and related material of STMA re VMA and Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1948 

79

5

Correspondence of STMA re affairs of and provision of support for Hilliard Alexander, 1949-1950 

79

6

Correspondence of STMA re Marian G. Alexander (wife of RPA's brother Scholley), 1959 

79

7

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XVIII. BOOKS 

Box

Folder

A. Devotional (African Methodist Episcopal Church and Other Churches) 

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church (first edition), 1817 

79

8

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1928 

79

9

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1932 

79

10

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1940 

79

11

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1940 

79

12

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1944 

79

13

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1948 

79

14

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1948 

79

15

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1960 

79

16

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Church, 1968 

80

1

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Zion Church, 1920 

80

2

Doctrines and Discipline of the A.M.E. Zion Church, 1932 

80

3

Manual of the Church of God in Christ, 1947 

80

4

Holy Bible (concordance red letter edition), n.d. 

80

5

Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Church, 1948 

80

6

Discipline of the Union American Methodist Episcopal Church, 1942 

80

7

B. Other Books 

American Income and Its Use, by Elizabeth E. Hoyt, Margaret G. Reid, Joseph L. McConnell, and Janet M. Hooks, 1954 

80

8

American Pocket Medical Dictionary, 1932 

80

9

Annual Report of the Board of Public Education (Phila.), 1870-1971 

80

10

Civil Liberties and the Vinson Court, by C. Herman Pritchett, 1954 

80

11

A Colored Woman in a White World, by Mary Church Terrell, 1968 

80

12

Controlling World Trade: Cartels and Commodity Agreements, by Edward S. Mason, 1946 

80

13

Declaration of Atlantic Unity, by Will L. Clayton, William H. Draper, Jr., Lithgow Osborne, and Philip D. Reed (booklet), 1955 

80

14

Directory of Members of the Bars of Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties, 1977 

80

15

Frederick Douglass, by Benjamin Quarles, 1948 

80

16

Freedom against Itself, by Clarence K. Streit (2 copies), 1954 

80

17

Gift from the Sea, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1955 

80

18

The Judges and the Judged, by Merle Miller, 1952 

80

19

A Manual of Intergroup Relations, by John P. Dean and Alex Rosen, 1955 

80

20

The Negro and the Schools, by Harry S. Ashmore, 1954 

80

21

The Negro in America, by Arnold Rose, 1948 

81

1

The Negro Potential, by Eli Ginzberg, 1956 

81

2

The Negro's Morale: Group Identification and Protest, by Arnold M. Rose, 1949 

81

3

Practical Lessons in Actuarial Science, by Miles Menander Dawson, 1918 

81

4

Report on the American Communist, by Morris L. Ernst and David Loth, 1952 

81

5

Richard Allen: Apostle of Freedom, by Charles H. Wesley, 1935 

81

6

The Roots of Prejudice against the Negro in the United States, by Naomi Friedman Goldstein, 1948 

81

7

The Settlement Primer, by Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch (booklet), 1926 

81

8

Social Service and the Standards of Living (Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Social Work, Madras), 1952 

81

9

The Social Welfare Forum (Proceedings of the 78th National Conference of Social Work, Atlantic City), 1951 

81

10

Social Work as a Profession, by Esther Lucille Brown, 1942 

81

11

To Secure These Rights: The Report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights (2 hardbound, 1 softbound), 1947 

81

12

Towards a New Manner of Living (Swarthmore Lecture), by Dr. Howard E. Collier, 1936 

81

13

Who's Who among Women Lawyers, 1939 

81

14

You Are Greater than You Know, by Lou Austin, 1955 

81

15

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