Finding aid prepared by Jeanette Knowles
Victor Howard Collection: Civil Rights and Church State Material
University of Kentucky Special Collections
Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
2009MS014 : [Identification of item], Victor Howard Collection: Civil Rights and Church State Material, 1944-1976, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.
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Victor Howard is emeritus professor of history at Morehead State University and is the author of several articles and books. Mr. Howard's life-long interest in Civil Rights matches his interest in education, and is revealed to us through the material he solicited and collected from many major U.S. cities, a majority of the states, the federal government, social and political organizations, and various individuals.
The Victor Howard Collection represents a national issue and includes material for the approximate period of 1944-1976. A great deal of literature that might be found in archives in Washington, D.C., or in any of the fifty U.S. states, is available in this collection. Letters written to Mr. Howard by various city, state, and federal agencies in response to requests from him for information and literature documenting their position on, and progress in achieving Civil Rights, are part of the collection. A majority of the material in this collection arrived as a result of Victor Howard's unrelenting desire to discover the nature and status of Civil Rights in the United States. Within each box of material organized by state, several areas of concentration are evident, including: discrimination, desegregation, education, employment, housing, human rights, human/community relations, laws and litigation, political influence and comments, religion, and segregation. Within folders may be found official pamphlets, reports, and addresses from local, state, and national sources (the public sector), and reports, articles, and statements from organizations and individuals in the private sector, that comment on the subject (education, housing, employment, etc.) or present official information on it. While much of the material pertains to official Civil Rights legislation and policy for a city or state, there is also material regarding incidents of racial 'unrest' and discrimination in specific neighborhoods and cities. Weekly, monthly and quarterly issues of journals, bulletins, newspapers and ephemera from Civil Rights organizations and public agencies, are also part of the collection. While there are only a few issues of some publications, others offer a more complete set. The forty-four boxes completed include all material directly related to the struggle for Civil Rights in forty-three states and the District of Columbia (24 boxes),Civil Rights material of national origin and focus (18 boxes), and two boxes of material related to religious groups. Ten boxes that have not been completed include seven boxes of material related to Church (religious groups) & State (government), one box of material that had been used for exhibits, and two boxes of newspaper clippings, 1951-1963. While these ten boxes may be used for research, the material in them has not been consolidated and may necessitate searching several of them for information about one subject or religious group.
"Some Achievements of the Negro Through Education", Jessie Parkhurst Guzman, 1951
Miscellaneous reports re: race relations, lynchings ca 1953-1956.
"Annual Reports to the American People on Developments in Race Relations, 1956-1963."
American Teachers Association: "One World in School", Montgomery: a bibliography in inter-group relations);
The Bulletin Montgomery: 1954 (Official Organ of theATA, formerly the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools).
House Bills 71 & 72 re: free private schools and school funding,1953;
"The School Segregation Problem", Montgomery: 1954, Legislative Reference Service;
"Report on Segregation in the Public Schools", Montgomery: 1953, Alabama Interim Legislative Committee;
"Can Public Schools Be Private?", U. of Alabama, 1954 (comment on previous report);
Commencement Address, Auburn University, 1962
Statement by the Board of Trustees, U. of Alabama,1962
"Inaugural Address", Montgomery: John Patterson, 1/19/1959;
"Message to the Legislature", Montgomery: John Patterson,6/24/1959
"Letter From Birmingham City Jail", Martin Luther King, Jr.,1963,/;
other reports re: Negro police, health, welfare, recreation, racial tension in Birmingham and Jefferson County ca 1953-1963
"Birmingham - A City in Fear", Saturday Evening Post, 3/2/1963
"Religious Bodies and the Supreme Court Decision", Birmingham Council on Human Relations, 1957.
supportive point of view, including "New America", New York: 1960,Socialist Party-Social Democratic Federation
non-supportive point of view, including The Thunderbolt - 'the WhiteMan's Viewpoint', Birmingham: Oct. 1960, National States' Rights Party (see Box 42 for all otherissues of The Thunderbolt).
Segregationist material, including one copy of "The Southerner" and 2 copies of "The Alabamian",1956.
miscellaneous material re: city bus boycott,
Newsletters from the Montgomery Improvement Association, 1956-1957;
"Our Struggle - the story of Montgomery". Martin Luther King, Jr., New York: 1957, CORE.
reprints of newspaper articles ca 1956- 1958
House Bills that failed;
one pamphlet on schools
statements by Dr. Donald Glover, San Francisco Urban League; William M. Brinton (?); William M. Roth, Committee for Equal Job Opportunity; Edward Howden, Council for Civic Unity of San Francisco; and Edgar Osgood, San Francisco Committee for Equal Job Opportunity, 1957
Testimony by 25 people representing various organizations and nationalities, "Fair Employment for San Francisco? Voluntary Plan vs FEPC", 1951;
"FEPC Case Histories" (past handling of complaints) - 1946 to 1956;
Statements by Jesse C. Colman, Leon Markel, Harry Kelley, J. Eugene McAteer re: pending San Francisco Fair Employment Ordinance,1957;
San Francisco Committee for Equal Job Opportunity information memos.
press releases by Governor Edmund G. Brown - 1959;
"Protestants, Catholics, Jews" - statements re: the need for a Fair Employment Practices Law;
"FEPC in the States: A Progress Report", Yellow Springs, Ohio: James Rorty, reprinted from the Antioch Review, 1958;
California Assembly Bill #91; Anti-Defamation League flyer, New York;
miscellaneous letters, flyers, & statements, some from CA Committee for Fair Employment.
California Committee for Fair Employment "The Case for Fair Employment Practices Legislation in California in 1953", United Steelworkers of America;
"Beware the Barriers - the Case for Fair Employment Practices Legislation in California", San Francisco: CA Committee for FEP,1957.
"FEPC First Annual Report", 1960; "The Man in the Cage", Los Angeles: Millard Kaufman, FEP Films, Inc.;
"Fair Employment Practices Ordinance", San Francisco, 1957;
"Merit Employment", Los Angeles: Management & Industrial Relations Committees on Merit Employment, 1962;
"A review of the State Organization for Fair Employment Practices", Berkeley: John Duffy, Bureau of Public Administration, 1945; FEP Act, State of CA, Rules & Regulations, 1960;
"Fair Practices News", newsletter of the FEPC, San Francisco & Los Angeles: 1960 -1969, 7 issues;
"Prejudice won't Hide - A Guide for Developing a Language of Equality", San Francisco: CA Federation for Civic Unity (no date).
miscellaneous articles ca 1948-1960. "Where Shall We Live? Report of the Commission on Race and Housing" (independent committee) Berkeley: 1958;
"Housing a Giant - Memorandum on the Willie Mays Incident", San Francisco: 1957, Council for Civic Unity.
miscellaneous flyers, articles, memos ca 1952 - 1960. "Right - A Monthly Bulletin of, by and for the American Right Wing", San Francisco: 1955-1956, 4 issues;
"The American Nationalist", Inglewood, CA: Frank L. Britton, Editor, 1956 & 1957?, 3 issues; "Convention News", San Francisco: Non-Partisan League for Decency In Political Candidates, August, 1956;
"Eyes Front, America", Los Angeles: Senator Jack B. Tenney, America Plus, Inc. (no date).
"Inaugural Message to the California Legislature", Edmund G. Brown, Governor, 1959.
pamphlets reports re: integration and education, ca 1951 - 1963.
Official report of the three-year Program of the Intercultural Project on the San Diego City Schools..." - 1949;
misc. articles on discrimination in education, ca 1951 - 1962.
"Developing Human Relations in the Elementary Schools", Los Angeles: 1950, Board of Education;
"Practicing the Democratic Way in School", Curriculum Division, 1951.
Miscellaneous literature, including "The Community Reporter", Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Conference on Community Relations, ca 1951 -1955, 5 issues.
Miscellaneous reports, many by the Commission on Human Relations of the County of Los Angeles, ca 1950 - 1962.
"Human Rights - A Business Challenge", San Francisco: an address by Edward Mehren, President, The Squirt Company, 1950;
"Community Problems and the Defense Effort in San Diego, California", San Diego Community Welfare Council,1952;
`The Civil Rights Revolution", Laguna Beach, CA: Aldrich Blake, 1955;
Address by Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, Hollywood Palladium, 2/4/1960;
"Los Angeles' Answer to Bigotry", Editorial, Los Angeles Examiner, 2/21/1960.
taken from reports of the 1960 U.S. Census;
"A Manual on Human Relations Programming for Your Community", Los Angeles: Dept. of Community Services, 1956.
"First National Directory of 'R~ Groups, Publications and Some Individuals in the U.S. and Some Foreign Countries", San Francisco: Liberty & Property, 1957;
"Human Attitudes, How they Develop and Change", San Bernardino, CA: United Steelworkers of America, 1954.
letters ca. 1952 to 1962 regarding requests for literature and Information.
NOTE: Folders 14 - 22 are In Box #24
7 Annual Reports, 1956-1964;
'The American of Mexican Descent", Denver: Prof. George Sanchez (no date).
3 reports re: different cultures, equal treatment, minority youth incentives conference,1949-1960, by various organizations.
"Discrimination in Higher Education in the Mountain States Region", Denver: Mountain States Committee on Discrimination, 1951.
miscellaneous reports on antidiscrimination and fair employment, including House Bill No 284 amending the AntiDiscrimination Law, 1950-1955.
miscellaneous reports on antidiscrimination and fair employment, 1956-1961.
miscellaneous reports from the Mayor's Committee and the Denver Commission of Human Relations, 1944-1957..
3 reports, 1950- 1952
NA Review of the Social and Economic Conditions of the Negro Population of Hartford", New York: National Urban League, 1944;
2 Reports of the Inter-racial Commission, 1949-1951;
Reprints from Digest of Conn. Adm. Reports to the Governor (Commision on Civil Rights), 1951-1965.
miscellaneous pamphlets, flyers, and reports, including "Spotlight on Civil Rights", Hartford: Comm. on Civil Rights, 1952, 3 issues;
House Bill #28 re: Discrimination in Public Accommodations;
U.S. Supreme Court Decision re: the right to demonstrate, 1966.
"Attitudes Toward Racial Integration in Connecticut", Hartfort: Comm. on Civil Rights, 1961;
1 report from New Haven.
reports 1949- 1959
reports re: minority group integration, training of Negroes, migratory Puerto Rican Agricultural Workers on farms and nurseries in New Haven area, retain food super markets.
reports and literature re: housing, private interracial neighborhoods, public housing, urban renewal, Negro families in New Haven, 1957 1964.U.S. Supreme Court decision re discrimination in residential housing, 1966.
House Bill No. 262 (Civil Rights); "The Town that Surrendered to Hate". Selwyn James, reprint from 'Redbook re: Milford, DE: 1955;
material from Christian Americans' Desegregation Association, Inc. ca 1957;
Report from the Labor Commission of Delaware, 1958-1961;
Senate Bill No. 397 (Fair Employment)
"Study on Desegregation", Parts I & II, Board of Control for State Institutions of Higher Learning, 1956.
Senate Bill No. 11-XX; "Statement of Policy re Operation of Public Schools", Dade County, 1956; Letter From the President of Tampa U. stating that it was a segregated university, 1957;
"Moral, Spiritual, and Religious Values in Public Education", Gainesville: U. of FL, 1958.
miscellaneous pamphlets, flyers, statements, some segregationist;
Report of a Special Committee after decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1956;
"The Florida Statesman" (formerly The Gospel Times), Orlando: 1957, 2 issues; Report of Spanish- speaking Persons in Dade County, Miami: Council on Community Relations, 1958.
The National Patrick Henry Organization, Inc.,
States' Rights Council of Georgia,
A. Carter Pittman,
Congressional Record (Senate),
various newspapers, ca 1955-1961.
numerous pamphlets with a position against school integration and Supreme Court Decisions. Most of the material was generated by States' Rights Council of Georgia, ca 1955-1961.
"Communism and the NAACP"(Vol 1 & 2), Atlanta: GA Commission on Education (no date) - lists individuals and organizations accused of having Communist sympathies.
Statements by Eugene Cook (Attorney General of GA), Senator Herman E. Talmadge, Emory U. faculty, GA Commission on Education, re how integration will affect Georgia schools, 1955-1961.
'Second Agony of Atlanta', NBC: Chet Huntley, 2/1/59; Statements and discussion by Thomas Waring (Editor, Charleston News & Courier), and Roy Wilkins (Exe. Sec. NAACP), NBC: Chet Huntley moderating, 2/8/59;
"Majority Report of the General Assembly Committee on Schools", Atlanta: 1960;
"Testing for What?", Miami: Horace Mann.Bond, 7/26/62 address;
Decision of the Supreme Court of GA in: Atlanta Board of Edu. vs Carla Aikens (minor), denying the use of public funds to aid the Arlington Schools, ca 1962.
miscellaneous pamphlets and brochures re Atlanta & Georgia Public Schools, public education, private school plan, HOPE (Help our Public Education, Inc.), 1935-1961.
"School Books and Racial Antagonism", Atlanta: R.B. Eleazer, Conf. on Ed. and Race Relations, 1935.
"Full Text of Sumter County Grand Jury Presentments on Koinonia", reprint from Times- Recorder, 1957.
Georgia Voter, Decatur: LWV,1954-1959, 6 issues;
other news releases and statements of LWV.
Pamphlets re lynching, getting along, brotherhood, segregation decisions, Augusta, leadership training, employment in Atlanta, ca 1931- 1961.
miscellaneous pamphlets and statements from the Georgia Council of Churches and United Church Women of Georgia.
publications re the South, Civil Rights, the Negro in the economy, the condition of Our Rights (lynching, police brutality, voting, etc.), changing patterns in the new South, and employment ca 1946- 1962.
"Studies in Reduction of Prejudice", 1948; "Instruction in Race Relations in American Colleges and Universities", 1950;
Workshop on race relations and prejudice, 1946; Chicago Directory in Spanish.
National Medical Fellowships, Inc., 1953, 1959, 1962;
"A Study of Maternity Facilities in Cook County", Chicago: Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago, Health Division, 1954;
"Integration in Hospital Appointments and in Hospital Care", Chicago: Chicago Urban League, 1958;
"A Preliminary Report on Medical Staff Appointments Held by Negro Physicians at Predominantly White Hospitals", Chicago: Chicago Commission on Human Relations,1958;
"What Color Are Your Germs?", Chicago: Committee to End Discrimination in Chicago Medical Institutions, 1959.
one flyer (1951), three addresses (1961 & 1962).
Commission Annual Reports 1962 to 1964;
"Special Report on Employment Opportunities in Illinois", Illinois Interracial Commission, 1948; various pamphlets on employment.
"Handling Minority Problems in the Shop and in the Union", University of Chicago, 1950.
"Fair Employment Practice Commission - Fact Book", Illinois Fair Employment Practices Committee, 1951.
"Employment of Nonwhites in Chicago", Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1955.
Miscellaneous articles on fair employment.
"Fair Employment Practices Laws",
'The Status of the Nonwhite Labor Force in Illinois and the Nation"
Fair Employment Practices Commission Reports - 1962 & 1963.
House Bills, miscellaneous related statements and articles - 1948 to 1961.
"A Study of Merit Employment in 100 Illinois Firms", Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1956;
"Directory of Member Companies", Chicago MERIT Employment Committee, 1967.
"Non-White Housing in Illinois", Chicago: 1953, Illinois Commission on Human Relations
Reports, conferences, awards luncheons. "Human Relations in Chicago", 1945 - 1952; reports of Commissions & Recommendations, 1945 & 1949; In Memorium-Thomas H. Wright (past Executive Director, Commission on Human Relations): Excerpts from Letters, 1953.
"Solving the Problems of Chicago's Population Growth", 1957; "A Preliminary Report on Racial Disturbances in Chicago, July 21-August 4, 1957"; reports on racial disturbances,
annual reports for 1961 & 1962.
Reports and Studies of Negro physicians and Chicago hospitals, 1952 to 1962.
Chicago Urban League: "Urban Renewal and the Negro in Chicago", 1958; Testimony to the Illinois General Assembly re: The Fair Housing Act of 1961.
to1966; Commission on Human Relations: public housing, integrated housing, property values, housing opportunities
; Chicago Urban League re: Achieving equality of opportunity in the housing market,1959.
report of the Mayor's Committee on Race Relations, 1944 to 1958.
various pamphlets and magazine articles ca 1949 - 1964.
"Barriers to Equal Educational Opportunity", U. of Chicago: by Alvin Eurich, Andrew Ivy, Malcolm Ross, & Louis Wirth, published in 'Roundtable', 1949;
"The Case of the Lively Ghost" by Robert Goldwin & Don Shoemaker, published by the American Foundation for Political Education, Chicago, 1956;
"Suggested Next Steps in School Integration", Norfolk: H.C. Young Press, (no date);
"Human Relations in Chicago Public High Schools", Chicago Board of Education (no date);
"Teacher Education for Human Relations in the Classroom" and "Human Relations in the Classroom", North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (no dates).
reports and pamphlets - 1957 to 1965.
Annual Report of the General Superintendent of Chicago Public Schools - 1957.
Report from Dr. Benjamin C. Willis, General Supt. of Chicago Schools, re: student transfers in elementary schools to relieve overcrowding, and a Special Summer School Program, 1963.
pamphlet with the same name by the Illinois Secondary School Curriculum Program, Bulletin No. 7, 1949,
"The Schools Seminar", report by the Chicago Urban League, 1962.
Three bibliographies: children and a multi-racial world, role of the Negro in American history, race and modern biology & anthropology.
Issues for 1963-1964, and other memos.
"Merit Employment of Teachers", Chicago: Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1957.
Affidavit of Benjamin C. Willis, Supt. of Chicago Public Schools in James William Webb, Jr. et al vs Board of Education of Chicago, 1963;
decision by State Supt. of Public Instruction Ray Page re: segregation in District 14 in Chicago,1963.
House Bill #113, 1963.
Speech by Senator Paul H. Douglas, Washington, D.C.,1951;
flyers from the Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination.
"The Commonweal - Postscript on the Cicero Riot", New York: 1951.
"The Police and Minority Groups": 1947,
Chicago Park District
"Economic and Cultural Problems in Evanston, as They Relate to the Colored Population" - a study conducted by the National Urban League, 1945;
"Racial Background for the Hospital Question of the North Shore Communities", prepared for the Evanston League of Women Voters, 1951;
"Human Relations in Evanston", Evanston Interracial Council, 1953;
"Report of a Survey of Relations Between Whites and Non-Whites in Joliet, Illinois", local branches of the American Association of University Women and the NAACP, 1952.
pamphlet by the same name. Washington, D.C.: A report of the President's Commission on Higher Education, 1947.
"Encouraging Practices", Chicago: Newsletter, Midwest Committee on Discriminations in Higher Education, Fall & Winter, 1954.
Four reports of the Illinois Conference on Discriminations in Higher Education, 1951- 1955.
"Minority Groups in Our Schools" article by Edward J. Sparling, President, Roosevelt College of Chicago, 1953.
- miscellaneous short articles by various organizations including the II Commission on Human Rights, Chicago Board of Education, NAACP, American Civil Liberties Union, Chicago Commission on Youth Welfare, United Woodlawn Conference, etc.
- Luncheons, elections, 1963 March on Washington, Woodlawn School Project, "Appreciate America", Socialist Party, "Free Jomo Kenyatta".
- Pamphlets published by the Public Affairs Committee, New York:
"Adrift on the Land" by Paul S. Taylor,1940;
"No Work Today! The Plight of America's Migrants" by Varden Fuller,1953;
two magazine articles on 'Hillbillies' and Negros in Chicago: one from 'Harper's' and one from 'Look'.
"Blue Pencil Over Chicago", Chicago: Homer A. Jack, American Civil Liberties Union, 1949;
"Communism - A Menace to the American Negro", Chicago: University Research Corporation (no date).
"Let's Join the Human Race" by Stringfellow Barr & Everett C. Hughes in "Roundtable", the University of Chicago, 1951;
"These Few", Chicago: Milton Mayer, Human Events Associates, 1947;
"Orderly Revolution" by Agnes Meyer, from the Washington Post,
1945; "The Negro in Chicago", by Rev. Harold M. Kingsley, Chicago Congregational Missionary and Extension Society (no date);
"Race Riots Can Be Prevented" by Ernest A. Gray, reprinted from Harper's Magazine, 1945;
"The Civil Rights Bill" editorials from the Chicago Tribune, 1964;
various reprints from magazines and newspapers.
"Inventory of Research in Racial and Cultural Relations", conference on Research in Race Relations, University of Chicago, 1952;
"The University of Chicago Law Review": Civil Liberties - A Symposium,Vol. 20, Spring, 1953;
"Report of Third National Conference on Intergroup Relations" sponsored by the American Council on Race Relations and National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials, 1949;
"Fourth Chicago Conference on Civic Unity", conference sponsored by the Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1952.
Chicago Commission on Human Relations; "Trumbull Homes" speakers at the University of Chicago, 1956;
Chicago office of the American Friends Service Committee: "Quakers Look at Trumbull Park", 1956;
"Trumbull Park" progress reports - 1957 & 1959;
"The Negro in the North" by Carl T. Rowan in 'Saturday Evening Post', 1957;
"Chicago Citizens Mobilization for Law Enforcement", Chicago Negro Chamber of Commerce, 1955?
"The ABC's of Scapegoating", .Chicago: Central YMCA College (no date);
"The Negro's Declaration of Intention", Chicago: J.H. Jackson, April 3, 1956;
Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination - annual reports for 1947 & 1948 and information bulletins in 1951 & 1952;
"Lutheran Church Work in Interracial Communities", Chicago: National Lutheran Council (no date);
miscellaneous and pamphlets and articles by various demoninations and religious organizations.
"The Extent of Employment Discrimination Against Jewish Workers in the Chicago Area", 1946,
"Discrimination in Employment", 1947,
Annual Report of Activities, 1952.
"War Record of the Jewish Population of Chicago, Illinois", Chicago: 1947, National Jewish Welfare Board.
Annual Illinois Conventions of 1953 & 1954;
"Freedom's Call", Chicago: NAACP, issues for May- June, 1954, October 1956;
a few other letters and flyers.
"A Study of the Potential of Negro High School Students in Fort Wayne, 1950-1958", Urban League;
"Action Patterns in School Desegregation", Bloomington: Herbert Wey & John Corey, 1959.
Annual Reports, 1954, 1955, 1958
Annual Reports, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963
"A Survey of Racial Policies of Organized Labor in Fort Wayne", Urban League, 1953.
"A Study of the Social and Economic Conditions of the Negro Population of Gary, Indiana", New York: National Urban League, 1944.
"Reports (3) of Incident at Marquette Beach Park", 1953;
"A Study of The Social and Economic Conditions in Three Minority Groups, Gary, Indiana", New York: National Urban League, 1955.
Miscellaneous material; "The Indiana Plan of Bi-Racial Cooperation", Indianapolis: Chamber of Commerce, 1942;
several news releases from the Indiana Jewish Community Relations Council, Indianapolis ca 1946-1952;
"Civil Rights in Indiana", Indianapolis: Civil Rights Commission, 1961;
"Progress Report", Indianapolis: Civil Rights Commission, 1964.
Publications by Valparaiso University, 1951-1954, re the Church and the Negro, Human Relations.
requests for information and literature, ca 1951-1953.
"Report of the Governor's Commission on Human Relations", Des Moines, 1960.
"Highlights on Human Rights", Des Moines: Commission on Human Rights and Job Discrimination, 1958-1963, 9 issues.
Reports of the Commission on Human Rights, 1955-1964 (1958 & 1963 missing);
"Let's Open the Doors in Des Moines" (housing), Committee on Integrated Housing, 1959.
Reports, 1962-1967, & 1974;
"The Docket", Topeka: Comm. on Civil Rights, scattered issues 1968- 1976.
including summaries of 2 briefs representing individuals and organizations concerned with the Brown vs Topeka Board of Education Case;
the Kansas Act Against Discrimination, 1953 & 1961.
Miscellaneous flyers, pamphlets
"The Councilor Newsletter", Homer, LA: Assoc. of Citizens Councils of Louisiana, Inc., 1957-1959, 5 issues.
miscellaneous - "Free Men Speak", "Southern Digest", "The Solid South", "The Independent American"
"Constitutional Aspects of School Closing", New Orleans: Save Our Schools, Inc., 1960;
"Tuition Grants for Louisiana?", New Orleans: Save Our Schools, Inc., 1961.
"Educational Desegregation and Integration in the South", John Fenton & Forrest LaViolette, Tulane University, 1957;
"The New Orleans School Crisis", State Advisory Committee on Civil Rights, 1961;
"Discrimination,in Higher Education", New Orleans: SCEF, (no date).
3 reports re education
miscellaneous material re: State's Rights vs the National Government and Supreme Court;
"Southern Digest", New Orleans: Independent, 1956, 2 issues.
Regular newsletters from the Executive Committee, New Orleans: all undated, ca 1955-1961.
"The Shreveport Story", Council of Social Agencies, 1953;
"Human Relations in New Orleans, LA: 1951 ", John Hope II, Fisk University: 1953;
"The Negro in New Orleans", Urban League, ca 1958.
2 reports re police action and population
"Segregation", John E. Carter, Shreveport: Panther Press, 1955.
miscellaneous material, including "House Un-American Activities Committee", Anne Braden, New Orleans: ca 1964;
"My Beliefs and my associations are none of the business of this committee", New Orleans: SCEF (no date).
misc. material, Baton Rouge: 1956.
Public State Hearings, Baton Rouge: 1957, Part I & Part II.
requests for literature and information, ca 1955-1963.
miscellaneous pamphlets, letters, articles - 1956 & 1957.
Hunan Relations News. Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Council on Human Relations, Inc., 1956.
Human Rights News, Frankfort, KY: The Commission on Human Rights, 1961 & 1964, 8 issues.
Four publications by the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, Frankfort, Kentucky: "Faculty Integration in Kentucky Public Schools", 1962;
"100 Years After the Emancipation Proclamation", 1962;
"Federal Law and State Legislation: Keys to Advancing Human Rights", 1964;
"Negro Employment in Kentucky State Agencies", 1966.
Miscellaneous pamphlets and flyers.
- including "Drive to Subvert Separation in Kentucky: Ratterman Helps", Washington, D.C.: editorial in Church & State, published by 'Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State', February, 1962, p. 3.
Program for the 'Interracial Leadership Conference', Louisville, KY, 1956
various pamphlets, including reprints from the weekly "The Louisville Defender", 1958;
"Sturgis, KY: A Tentative Description and Analysis of the School Desegregation Crisis" by Roscoe Giffin, Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith, ca 1957;
"Private School Desegregation in Kentucky", the Commission on Human Rights, 1965.
Miscellaneous material from the Department of Education and Kentucky Council on Human Relations.
including "Address by Honorable Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General of the United States", Louisville, KY: 1963.
CBS interview of John Sherman Cooper, Washington, D.C: 1959.
Two speeches by Mark Ethridge, Manager, Courier-Journal, regarding America, Negro Citizens, the South, 1937 & 1958.
Flyer from the 'Seaboard White Citizens Councils' (Washington, D.C.) directed at Kentucky, 1957.
various flyers, letters, and fact sheets. "The Untouchables", New Orleans: SCEF, 1952, regarding medical care for Negroes.
Miscellaneous statements, reports, and statistics on integration of public schools
"The Cultural Heritage of Our Italo-Americans", Baltimore: Dr. Regina Soria, 1947;
"Better Intercultural Relations", Baltimore City Public Schools, 1947;
"Bibliography, Negro Life and Literature for Elementary and Secondary Schools", Baltimore, 1950;
four reports on progress in desegregation of schools, 1955- 1959.
"Eight Years of Desegregation in the Baltimore Public Schools: Fact and Law", Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc., 1963.
Miscellaneous memorandums/news releases re: changing neighborhoods
Publications on Civil Rights ca 19501961. "An American City in Transition", Commission on Human Relations, 1955
Miscellaneous material re: desegregation & interracial problems.
"The Constitution, States Rights and the Segregation Cases", Baltimore: George Washington Williams, 1955.
"This is Prejudice", Baltimore: reprint from the Baltimore Sun, 1954: views of Judge Harold Medina, Dr. Margaret Mead, Jackie Robinson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Irving Berlin, Walter P. Reuther, Dr. Benjamin Spock, etc.
requests for information and literature, ca 1952-1962.
Annual Reports, 1950, 1953
Scattered Annual Reports, 1950-1971
"Fraternities without Brotherhood", Boston: 1955, Alfred McClung Lee;
"Because It Is Right - Educationally", Boston, 1965, State Board of Education.
"Bill of Rights Teaching", New York: 1962, Civil Liberties Educational Foundation, Inc.
report of the Williamstown, MA Workshop.
Miscellaneous material on discrimination and fair employment
Miscellaneous material re Civil Rights Statutes, Negro population, discrimination/democracy, Boston, and a Supreme Court Opinion on open housing litigation.
"And Crown thy Good", Cambridge: 1952, Mahoney & Holmes, Civic Education Project;
"We Hold These Truths", Boston: 1953, Council for Constitutional Rights.
4 documents, 1947-1956, re race and religion
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, ca 1953-1967.
reports, 1961-1964; "Citizen's Guide to the 1964 Civil Rights Act", Detroit: National Lawyers Guild, 1965.
Bulletins and statements, 1953-1954.
miscellaneous pamphlets from the Commission on Community Relations and Detroit Urban League;
"Attitudes of Detroit People Toward Detroit", Wayne University Press: 1952, Arthur Kornhauser.
"Human Relations in Detroit in the Twentieth Century", revised speech by George Schermer, 1952;
"Supplement to Study of Racial Discrimination in Services as Practiced by Member Agencies of United Community Services", Detroit Urban League, 1959.
maps of 1950 Detroit population, and, racial characteristics of Detroit for 1940, 1950, 1960.
1948 report; "Transfer Summary from the (MIC) to Commission on Community Relations", 1953.
The Detroit Focus. 1951-1958, bi-monthly/quarterly publication of the Mayor's Interracial Committee/Commission on Community Relations - scattered issues.
Reports 1-6, ca 1956, re medical school training, college nurse training, hospital nurse training, nursing staff appointments, medical staff appointments, & hospital bed utilization, "devoted exclusively to a consideration of the problem as it Affects Negroes." Also summary, conclusions, and recommendation report (2 copies) of Reports 1-6.
"A Study of Detroit Police Department Personnel Selection Practices", 1962, Commission on Community Relations.
"Equal Educational Opportunities", 1962, Board of Education, findings and recommendations, and board action and staff commentaries on the recommendations.
bibliography of human relations films for use in Detroit Public Schools, 1961
reports on the Human Relations Program in Detroit Public Schools, 1957-1961;
"Intercultural Policy - Detroit Public Schools", 1945, Board of Education.
miscellaneous literature on education, employment, and human relations in schools;
a revision to the Administrative Handbook re 'Admission to a Particular School', 1961.
miscellaneous pamphlets re an integrated work force and employment in the state of Michigan;
"Utilization Patterns of ... Employers, Unions, and Employment Agencies", Detroit: 1960;
"An Integrated Work Force", Detroit: (not dated);
"The Indian Who Never Got Home", Detroit: UAW-CIO, 1952, statement by William Oliver at a hearing on proposed regulations to govern Indian Tribal Attorney Contracts.
miscellaneous reports and statements, ca 1956-1963
policy in some Michigan towns - River Rouge, Pontiac, Grand Rapids, Ecorse, Hamtramck
information bulletins and statements of policy by state of Michigan, 1955-1963
On the Job in Michigan, Detroit: 1957-1961, bi-monthly information bulletin of FEPC
primarily in Detroit, open-housing and public housing issues, 1954-1968
miscellaneous articles on the Church and Civil Rights
requests for information and literature, ca 1952-1962
Annual Reports, 1962-1964; "Minnesota State Act Against Discrimination", St. Paul: April, 1961, State Legislature.
"Jim Crow Schools on Trial", Minneapolis: 1953, Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company;
"Resource Program in Human Relations" (no date), St. Paul Public Schools;
"Resources for Human Relations for Social Studies Teachers", St. Paul: 1950, Council of Human Relations, Inc.
Several pamphlets issued by the FEPC re: Merit Employment and Fair Employment ca 1955-1962;
3 newspaper articles, 1949- 1955
Statements from the League of Women Voters of Minnesota, 1952-1954;
1953 version of Fair Employment bill (2 copies)
Statements from various sources re: Fair Employment, 1955-1957
Annual Reports of the State FEPC, 1956-1961
- Statements from various sources re: Fair Employment, 1947- 1955
- Annual Reports of Minneapolis FEPC, 1956-1959
- Annual Reports of Minneapolis FEPC, 1960-1964
- Annual Reports of St. Paul FEPC, 1955-1960; St. Paul Fair Employment Ordinance, January, 1955
Miscellaneous pamphlets re: Fair Housing Law, Open Housing
Miscellaneous pamphlets and statements, 1949-1957; "The Negro Population in Minneapolis", ca 1950, Urban League
"Human Relations in the United States", December, 1957, Orville L. Freeman
"The Migrant Worker in Minnesota", St. Paul: 1956;
Annual Reports, 1956 & 1957;
Governor's Human Rights Conference, 1961; Amended Civil Rights Legislation for Minnesota, 1961;
list of films that promote better human relations, Minneapolis, 1952, United Labor Committee of Minn.
"A Five Year Plan for Economic Improvement of Minnesota Indians", 1961, Indian Sub-Committee
requests for information and literature, 1954-1959
miscellaneous segregationist material ca 1950-1962; "Black Monday", Greenwood, MS: 1954, Tom P. Brady, Assoc. of Citizens' Councils.
- The Citizens' Council, Jackson, MS Sept. 1961, Official Paper; The Citizen, Jackson: Feb, Mar, Apr, 1962, Official Journal
- "New Cross Afire In Dixie", Detroit: 1956, James Desmond & AFL-CIO;
"Race, Heredity, and Civilization", New York: 1963, Prof. W. George & Alliance, Inc.;
"Report on Mississippi", 1963, MS Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights;
"Voting in Mississippi", Washington, D.C.: 1965, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
"Mississippi: the Closed Society", address by James W. Silver, President of the University of Mississippi, Asheville, NC, 1963
- miscellaneous school anti-integration material, 19561961;
"Supplemental Report", Jackson: 1953, Recess Education Committee;
"Mississippi Negro Progress Edition", Memphis, TN: ca 1959, Mutual Assoc. of Colored People, South.
"A Report concerning the Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi", Washington, D.C.: Sept. 30, 1962, U.S. Dept. of Justice
Governor's Addresses and Statements, ca 1956-1961
"A Report on the Investigation of Un-American Activities in the State of Mississippi", Jackson: 1962, General Legislative Investigating Committee; "One Nation's Response to Communism", Sept, 1960, J. Edgar Hoover, Director, FBI
- miscellaneous segregationist material
State Sovereignty Commission - miscellaneous segregationist material reproduced and circulated by this Commission, ca 1956-1962
Letters to V. Howard: requests for information and literature, 1956-1962
Addresses - Claude Ramsey, AFL-CIO
Committee Reports and final recommendations, 1953
Scattered Reports, 1959-1967
"A Study of Human Rights in Missouri", Jefferson City: 1960
Progress, Newsletter, Commission on Human Rights, 1967- 1970
Miscellaneous material from League of Women Voters and Council of Social Agencies, 1951-1961
"Human Rights in Missouri", Jefferson City: 1949, Assoc. for Social Welfare;
"Report to St. Louis on the Negro Child, Negro Employment, Negro Housing", St. Louis: 1951, Urban League;
"The St. Louis Story", New York: 1955, Bonita Valien.
Miscellaneous articles; "Missouri's Two State Universities" (2 copies), Jefferson City: 1949, Assoc. for Social Welfare
"Replies to 136 Statements, Accusations, and Criticisms of Desegregation Policies and Practices of the St. Louis Board of Education and School Administrators", 1963
Publications by the Board of Education re school integregation, measures taken to implement Supreme Court decision of 1954, and bus transportation.
Supreme Court Decision of 1954, Opinion by Missouri Attorney General
White House Conference on Education, 1962
Miscellaneous publications re employment characteristics (Kansas City) and fair employment in Missouri
"A Study of the Social and Economic Conditions of the Negro Population of Kansas City, Missouri", New York: 1946, National Urban League.
St. Louis, 1949, Mayor's Interracial Committee
St. Louis and Kansas City, miscellaneous literature, 1947-1958
1954-1958, National Citizens Protective Association;
miscellaneous literature by the organization
requests for information and literature ca 1952- 1963.
"Report of the Nebraska Legislative Council Committee on Unfair Employment Practices", Lincoln: 1950;
2 Legislative Bills, 1953 & 1955 that did not pass.
Miscellaneous reports, newspaper articles, Legislative Bills;
"Facts about the Negro in Omaha", Omaha: 1952, Urban League.
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, 1952 & 1959
Civil Rights Bill, 1955, did not pass;
Nevada Attorney General files brief to become part of an action arguing that the U.S. Constitution presupposes a Supreme Being, Carson City, 1962, Roger D. Foley.
"Civil Liberties in New Jersey", 1948, report to the Governor;
Anti- Discrimination Laws, 1945, 1961;
Address by NJ Governor,Robert Meyner, Chicago: 1958, Labor Conference on Civil Rights.
"Report for Action", 1968, NJ Commission on Civil Disorder
Common Sense. scattered issues, 1955-1957
Division Against Discrimination, Annual & Biennial Reports, 1945-1953
Division Against Discrimination, Annual Reports, 1953-1961
Englewood - "Englewood, Its People and Its Schools", 1962, Harry Stearns, Supt. of Schools
2 reports on Newark schools, 1945 & 1961
"A Study Concerning Alleged Segregation and Discrimination in the Orange Public Schools", Oct. 1962, Dept. of Education
Reports on Public Schools in Trenton, Atlantic City, & Plainfield. Other miscellaneous school-related literature re segregation.
Miscellaneous material, 1946-1953 re employment practices, minority group workers, and administration of the FEP law.
Reports on Hudson, Middlesex, Bergen, Cumberland, Gloucester, Somerset, and Morris Counties, 1951-1953
"Report on a Survey of 85 General Hospitals in NJ", Newark: 1949, Division Against Discrimination
Miscellaneous material re public and private housing, and public accommodations
Miscellaneous reports, 1950-1956;
"The Puerto Rican in N1", Newark: 1955, Division against Discrimination
to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, 1957-1962
Annual Reports, 1956- 1957
NM Labor and Industrial Commission, Reports, 1962 & 1963;
"NM Equal Employment Opportunities Act", Santa Fe: 1966
Legislative Bills re the sale of intoxicating liquor to Indians, integrating public schools, and Civil Rights in public facilities, 1953 & 1955.
Council on Human Relations (affiliated with the Southern Regional Council) - Bulletins and statements, 1956-1961;
"The Freedom Riders, Some Facts and Figures", Charlotte: June 1961.
Miscellaneous reports and statements;
"The School Desegregation Decision" in Law and Government, Chapel Hill: 1954, James C.N. Paul, University of NC, Institute of Government
Governor's Addresses, address by George Smathers, U.S. Senator, address NC Attorney General, ca 1957-1962
Race Relations - "Race and Conscience in America", Norman, OK: 1959, American Friends Service Committee;
Pleadings and motions in Federal case re1962 Hill-Burton funds that were used in NC to build public hospitals that discriminated against Negroes.
Miscellaneous material representing different points of view;
"The Race Problem from the Standpoint of one who is Concerned about the Evils of Miscegenation", Chapel Hill, (no date), W.C. George.
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, 1953-1956
Miscellaneous statements and articles reflecting different points of view, from misc. organizations. "Adventures Behind the Paper Curtain" (the Southern Case for Race Separation), address by T.R. Waring in Birmingham: 1959.
"Interim Report of SC School Committee", Columbia: 1954-1959; "Education and Race Relations", Charleston: 1954, Frederick McDonald, for SC Farm Bureau Federation.
Governor's Addresses, other legislative Resolutions, address by Senator Strom Thurmond (1958), other SC legislators.
Grass Roots League, Inc., miscellaneous statements and pamphlets, Charleston: 1955-1961
"South Carolinians Speak", Dillon, SC: 1957, compiled by Rev. Ralph Cousins et al.
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, ca 1956-1962 Victor Howard Collection
re: Bill of Rights, First Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, equality, social discrimination, civil liberties, race relations, voting.
Also: "Behind the Bars for the First Amendment", New York: 1960, Committee of First Amendment Defendants. Material is not specific to the state of New York, but was published there.
re: America, Race, Negroes, Communism, Integration, Segregation.
Also: "Negroes in a Soviet America", James Ford & James Allen, New York: 1935, Workers Library Publishers;
"Color, Communism, and Common Sense", Manning Johnson, New York: 1958, The Alliance. Material is not specific to the state of New York, but was published there.
"Violence in Peekskill" (Paul Robeson Concerts), New York: 1950, American Civil Liberties Union;
"News of Your America", Vol. 1, #1, New York: ca 1955, the Civil Rights Congress.
re: Race, Racist Laws, Color Line. Also: "Interracial Primer", Bayard Rustin, New York: 1943, Fellowship of Reconciliation;
"America's Racist Laws" by Herbert Aptheker, New York: 1951, Masses & Mainstream; "What We Know About Race" by Ashley Montagu, New York: ca 1957, Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'rith;
"Negroes in Five New York Cities", New York: 1959, State Commission Against Discrimination.
costs, scholarship (National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students), teenagers/youth, minorities. Also, "The Blue Book of Civics", New York: 1944, Regents Publishing Co;
"Human Rights in the United States", (a Social Studies pamphlet) by Isidore Starr, New York: 1951, Oxford Book Co.
reports on Puerto Rican, Negro, and White pupils in 4th, 5th, & 6th grades, East Harlem-Yorkville School Bus Transfer, zoning, human relations, teacher personnel.
Also, "Searchlight, An Expose of New York City Schools", New York: 1951, Teachers Center Press;
"Desegregating the Public Schools of New York City", New York: 1964, Board of Education.
pamphlets & booklets by various organizations re: human relations, young people and youth councils, neighbors, primary teachers, parent action, emotional aspects of school desegregation, and prejudice in schools, ca 1946 to 1958.
reports on education, March, 1956 to May, 1957. Including "Syllabus for Demonstration Guidance Project in a Junior High School", New York: March, 1956;
"Toward the Integration of Our Schools", Bd. of Ed., 1958.
reports on education, June, 1958 & June, 1960.
NYC Elementary Schools, a study of school segregation, policy statement on integration. Including the summary of a legal case and judge's decision in favor of the defendants, who were black and refused to send their children to inferior schools in NYC, 1958;
"The Open Enrollment Program in the Elementary Schools, Progress Report", New York: Bd. of Ed.,1960-1961;
"Desegregating the Public Schools of New York City", New York: Bd. of Ed., 1964; "The Educational Park in NYC", New York: Bd. of Ed., 1965.
Booklets on the City College of New York, inequality of opportunity in higher education, progress toward equality of opportunity in NY State Colleges.
Also, "A Study of Policies, Prodecures, and Practices in Admissions to Medical Schools in NY State", Albany: U. of New York, 1953;
5 statements from the State Ed. Dept. - 1960 to 1964 - re: equal educational opportunity and state policy.
reports on discrimination, fair housing practices, and Annual Reports of the Commission, 1959-1961.
1 reprint of newspaper column by Eleanor Roosevelt, 1962;
position statements from the Commission - 1963, 1967, 1968; 3 reports on progress in Human Rights in NYC covering 1790-1962;
News, NYC: CCHR, 1962-1963, 4 issues.
Annual Reports, 1962-1964;
2 1966 quarterly reports.
"Law Against Discrimination", NYC: SCHR, 1962; Annual Report of N
ew York SCHR, 1965.
reports, statements, information re civil rights problems, 1944-1952, including statement of findings in the Stork Club Controversy, 1951.
"Puerto Ricans in Buffalo", 1961, & 1962 supplement.
reports, 1951-1961, including one on housing in Buffalo.
Puerto Ricans, Negroes, and others re: welfare education, recreation, parks, and demographic data.
"Aspects of Negro Life in the Borough of Queens, NYC", an analysis of populaton trends, employment patterns and opportunities, housing, health and recreation, New York: 1947, Urban League of Greater New York, Inc.
reports on changing neighborhoods (East Tremont), trends in the concentration and dispersal of white and non-white residents of NYC, policies of the NYC housing authority.
Committee on Civil Rights in East Manhattan, Inc., 1955-1957, and other material on open housing issues: "Legislation on Discrimination in Housing", New York: 1956, State Comm. Against Discrimination;
"In Search of Housing - a study of experiences of Negro Professional and Technical Personnel in New York State", New York: ca 1957, State Comm. Against Discrimination.
pamphlets & reports from various denominations re: youth and race relations, minority groups, ethical frontiers, American caste system, Puerto Ricans/Protestantism, a study of Upper Manhattan, report of Flatbush (Brooklyn).
flyers and form letters in opposition to Amendment #6 proposing financial support for parochial colleges, 1962;
other church/state issues, like transportation of school children.
topics cover the Freedom Movement, Freedom Now Party, and the draft. 1 issue.
"The American Mercury", New York:1946 & 1958.
Annual Reports of Progress, 1948-1954.
Annual Reports of Progress, 1955-1964 (1962 missing).
miscellaneous pamphlets & flyers re: the New York Law Against Discrimination;
1956 Annual Report; Reports of the Non-White Population of New York, 1957, and Non-White Unemployment in the U.S., 1947-1958;
"Article One", New York: State Comm. Against Discrimination, (no date), a glossy magazine with many black & white photos.
"Discrimination and Low Incomes", New York: 1959.
"Report on State Anti-Discrimination Agencies and the Laws They Administer", New York: American Jewish Congress, ca 1957.
pamphlets re: discrimination in employment, fair employment legislation, railroad employment, manpower unlimited, apprentices, skilled craftsmen and the Negro, 1945-1960.
Also 2 `comic books' regarding employment, 1 in Spanish, 1 in English.
pamphlets and reports re: discrimination in restaurants, baseball, Safeway Trails, Inc. (busline), advertising practices for jobs, apprenticeship training in New York.
Also, "CORE Techniques and Restaurant Discrimination", New York: Congress of Racial Equality (no date);
"An Equal Chance to Get the Job, to Keep the Job, to Grow on the Job", New York: State Commission Against Discrimination (no date), available in six different languages.
literature re: National Maritime Union, organized labor/antidiscrimination, Democracy on the job, job adjustment, Negroes in the work group.
Also, "Negro Labor Committee - 1936- 1946", New York.
miscellaneous reports, letters, statements, testimonials, and 1 flyer for the `March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom', Wednesday, August 28, 1963.
passed and not passed: 1953, 1955
"Laws Against Discrimination", Columbus: 1966, Civil Rights Commission
Report of "Governor's Advisory Commission on Civil Rights", Columbus: 1958
Annual Reports, 1960- 1970
"A Study of Discrimination in the City of Akron", 1952, Akron Committee for a Community Audit
Reports and pamphlets from 'The Mayor's Friendly Relations Committee', 1943-1962
Reports and pamphlets, 1949- 1966
Reports and pamphlets, 1948- 1961
"Public Schools Segregated-in- Fact and Unequal Educational Opportunities', 1954, NAACP
Miscellaneous material re Human Relations, counseling, legal trends, racial imbalance in public schools.
"News Bulletin", Clerveland: 1953 & 1959;
"CIO Speaks on Human Rights", Columbus: ca 1951; misc. literature re fair employment.
"Racial Discrimination in Employment in the Cincinnati Area", 1952, Alfred Kuhn
"Resolutions & Reports Adopted by the 17th Convention, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)", 1952; misc. reports and pamphlets.
Campbell, Toledo, Struthers, Girard
Annual Reports, 1952-53, 1956-57
"We Pay with our Lives", Cincinnati: 1948, Community Chest;
"A Report on Hospital Integration in Columbus, Ohio", 1959, Urban League
various cities. "The Effect of Negro Occupancy in a Public Housing Project or Private Housing on the Value of Neighboring Residences", Youngstown: 1953, FEPC.
"You Hold the Key to Human Rights", Cincinnati: (no date), Methodist Church
"A Review of the Program and Activities of the Warren Urban League as they Relate to the Needs of the Colored Population of Warren, Ohio", New York: 1948, National Urban League.
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for literature and information, 1952- 1960
Miscellaneous material re education, housing, employment
Civil Rights & Human Relations: various towns & misc. literature re discrimination; "Transcript of the Hearing Held by the Mayor's Committee on Inter- Group Relations", Portland: 1949.
"Race and Equal Educational Opportunity in Portland's Public School", Portland: 1964, Board of Ed.
FEPC: Reports from the Oregon Bureau of Labor, ca 1948-1960
"Our Greatest Challenge - Human Relations", Harrisburg: Dept. of Public Instruction, 1962.
4 booklets by and about the Philadelphia Public Schools, regarding "open- mindedness", ca 1949 to 1960.
Also, "The Role of Parents in the Development of Children's Ethnic Attitudes" by Marian Radke-Yarrow, Helen Trager, & Jean Miller, reprint from Child Development, Vol. 23, No. 1, March 1952 (a Philadelphia study).
studies and surveys regarding education in the Philadelphia Public Schools.
Also, "Guidance for Human Relations Education" by Helen Trager & Marian Radke, reprint from Childhood Education, January 1949 (a Philadelphia Early Childhood Project); "Equal Educational Opportunities and the Philadelphia Public Schools", a Report of the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, 1963.
articles and publications regarding race relations and racial equality ca 1944 to 1966. Including "Pittsburgh Schools", by the Board of Public Education, 1944; "Education for Pittsburgh", Boston: Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1966.
"We Humans", Pittsburgh Public Schools and Carnegie Museum, 1955.
6 booklets on Intercultural Education through administration & guidance, art & music, home economics, industrial arts, & commercial subjects, language arts, physical education, and social studies, published by the Board of Public Education, Pittsburgh, 1944.
Dept. of Labor & Industry pamphlets (4) on the FEPC Act, Regulations, Legal Rulings, and Guide to Employers, ca 1955 to 1971, Harrisburg.
Ordinance of the city of Monessen, PA, 1950 re: employment.
11 Annual Reports - 1957 - 1966. NOTE: The FEPC became the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission in 1962. See 6th Annual Report.
Miscellaneous pamphlets on fair employment and news memos on litigation re: discrimination in employment.
Also, "Report of the Governor's Commission on Industrial Race Relations" re: Employment Practices in Pennsylvania, Harrisburg: 1953;
"A Detailed Comparison of the 15 State Laws on the Subject of FEPC", Philadelphia: State Council for a Pennsylvania FEPC, 1955; "Pennsylvania Survey of Non-White Employees in State Government", Harrisburg: PA Human Relations Commission, 1963.
3 Reports of the Fair Employment Practice Commission of Philadelphia, 1949 & 1950.
Reports of 1947 & 1948 re: non- discriminatory hiring policy in Pittsburgh department stores and merit employment in the airline industry.
Also, 3 Annual Reports of the Pittsburgh FEPC, 1954 - 1956.
7 Annual Reports, 1955 - 1961.
Film Bibliography - 1951; "A National Conference for Human Rights" co-sponsored by Governor George Leader & United Steelworkers of America, Philadelphia, 1958; Human Relations Report.
Harrisburg: 1966-1969, Human Relations Commission, 9 issues.
Reprint from the Saturday Evening Post, April 27, 1907, Philadelphia: "How the Governor of Mississippi Would Solve the Race Question," Harris Dickson; "Recreational Facilities and Negro-White Relations in Philadelphia", Philadelphia: G. Gordon Brown, Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia, 1947;
Fourth Annual Conference, Commissions Against Discrimination (eastern States and Philadelphia), in Atlantic City, NJ, May 1952; "Pennsylvania Laws and Philadelphia Ordinances which Provide Against Discrimination ....", 1953.
Other material re: Puerto Rican population, the non-white population in Philadelphia, and the collection and use of data based on race, religion.
Commission on Human Relations,1953 - 1964, 9 Annual Reports (1954,1959,1963 missing).
Civic Unity Council, 1949 to 1952, 4 Annual Reports;
other pamphlets and reports re: attitudes, industry, health, and race relations.
(Pittsburgh) reports by the Civic Unity Council 1948, 1950, 1952.
"The Second Interdenominational Institute on Racial and Cultural Relations", Lincoln University, PA, 1950;
"Public Inquiry into Swastika Markings, Desecrations of Churches, Synagogues, Public Buildings, and Private Property and other Anti-Religious Acts", Philadelphia: 1960, Commission on Human Relations.
Pamphlets re: housing rights and buying a home; Material from the Commission on Human Relations: "Testimony given to Senate (U.S.) Sub-Commitee on Housing" - December 13, 1957;
2 Data Reports re: Philadelphia's Non-White Population 1960, and Intergroup Problems in Housing 1958-1960;
"A Study of Twenty Pioneer Negro Families Who Moved into White Neighborhoods in Metropolitan Philadelphia", Dorothy S. Jayne, 1960; NEWS: Information releases re: complaints of discrimination in renting apartments, motels, or buying home property, ca 1964 to 1968.
re requests for literature and information, ca 1951 to 1962.
- Annual Reports, 1952-1962
1949 Act, Rules & Regulations, Annual Reports - 1950 & 1951; "Report on the Employment Problems of the Negro", Providence: 1943
- "Study of Housing Needs of Non-White Families in Rhode Island", Providence: 1960, Commission Against Discrimination;
"Relocation of Families from Lippitt Hill Area", Providence: 1960, Commission Against Discrimination.
Annual Reports, 1950- 1952
Misc. segregationist material, 1955 1956
"The Lost Class of '59", New York: January 21, 1959, CBS Television Broadcast, Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly
Miscellaneous material, 1955-1963
General Assembly Reports, 1955- 1959
Norfolk. "When a City Closes its Schools", Chapel Hill: 1960, Ernest Campbell, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, UNC
"Report by the Richmond First-Club Committee on Schools", 1957
Virginia Education Bulletin, Richmond: 1954- 1955, 3 issues, VA Teachers Association;
miscellaneous resolutions, magazine articles, statements, and reports, 1954-1962.
"The Negro Municipal Worker in Richmond and in Eighteen Selected Southern Cities", Richmond (no date), Urban League
Governor's Addresses, statements by other elected officials, 1956-1959
Council on Human Relations - Misc. material, 1959-1962
Human Relations - "A Confederate Catechism", Holdcroft, VA: 1935, Lyon Tyler;
"Interposition, Editorials and Editorial Page Presentations", 1955-1956, Richmond News Leader;
"Freedom of Choice and Democratic Values", 1962, VA Quarterly Review.
The Virginian, Newport News: 1956, The Virginia League, 6 issues
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for information and literature, ca 1955-1962
Miscellaneous material, 1955-1961. "Tyranny at Oak Ridge", Nashville: 1956, TN Federation for Constitutional Government;
"Chronology of Events, Nashville School Desegregation", New York: 1958, Anna Holden, CORE
"A Tentative Description and Analysis of the School Desegregation Crisis in Clinton, TN", Nashville: 1956, Anna Holden, B'nai B'rith.
Southern Education Report, Nashville: 1965-1967, 9 issues, Southern Educating Reporting Service
"Face the Nation", Nashville: 1957, CBS Television Network.
Summary of 1959 Testimony before a General Assembly Committee re the intent and purpose of Highlander.
Miscellaneous material, 1950-1969. "Housing Minority Groups", 1954, reprint from NAHB Correlator; "Segregation, A Challenge to Democracy", Nashville: 1950, Margaret McCulloch, Congregational Christian Churches;
"Democracy in Action", Nashville: 1951, American Missionary Assoc. of Congregational Christian Churches.
Miscellaneous, 1956-1962. "A Brochure on the 14th Amendment", Raymondville, Texas: 1956, John Mason
by Aldrich Blake; "Committee of Correspondence Handbook", Austin: 1956, John Shepperd, Attorney Gen. of Texas.
"Instructional Programs in Texas Public Schools", 1954, TX Assoc. of School Administrators; "Religious Practices in Texas Public Schools", New York (no date), Earl Humble, B'nai B'rith
"Report on Segregation in the Public Schools", Austin: Texas Advisory Committee
Miscellaneous material, 1951-1958. "Human Relations in Ft. Worth, Texas: 1951, UPWA-CIO Membership", Nashville, John Hope, Fisk University.
"God the Original Segregationist", Dallas: ca 1955, Rev. Carey Daniel
Monthly reports of the Community Relations Program, 1952-1955;
"Let's Talk it Over, A Seminar for High School Students", Wash. D.C.: 1954.
Miscellaneous booklets on the integration of the public schools of the District of Columbia.
"Hearings to Investigate Public School Standards and Conditons, and Juvenile Delinquency in the District of Columbia", Washington, D.C.: 1956, U.S. House of Representatives.
Reports of the Superintendent of Schools, 1951- 1962
Misc. reports of the Superintendent of Schools,1953-1957
Misc. reports of the Superintendent of Schools, 1959- 1964
Miscellaneous material, ca 1948- 1963
"Rebuilding and Recovery of Washington, D.C. from the Civil Disturbance of April, 1968", City Council
Miscellaneous material ca 1949-1962
Miscellaneous pamphlets & statements on rights and job opportunities, ca 1948-1962
Laws against Discrimination in Employment, 1953- 1957
Bureau of Negro Welfare and Statistics - "A Summary Report of the Survey of the Economic and Cultural Conditions of Charleston, WV", 1948;
"A Comparative Study of State Aid Given Negroes For Medical Education", 1950?;
General Report of the Bureau, 1957.
Newsletters, scattered issues 1963- 1968
Annual Reports, 1961- 1967
"Statistical Data on Negro Enrollment in All-Negro Schools", 1963;
"The New Year's Eve Incident", Huntington, 1966
House Bills, an anti-integration flyer from the Seaboard White Citizens Councils, address by Governor Cecil Underwood in Los Angeles, 1959.
Commission on Community Relations, reports, 1960- 1963
Miscellaneous material re fair employment practices, 1948- 1963
"Unemployment-Employment Opportunities", Conference at U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: 1962
Milwaukee. "The Housing of Negroes in Milwaukee: 1955", Irwin Rinder, Intercollegiate Council on Intergroup Relations
- booklets and reports on nonwhite housing in Wisconsin, integrated housing and property values, fair housing legislation, and open occupancy. A survey of policy of motels in the state, 1957.
Miscellaneous reports ca 1959-1962.
"Negro Families in Rural Wisconsin", Madison: 1959; Conf. on Civil Rights, Madison: 1960;
"Report of a 1960 ( & 1961) Demonstration Summer School for Migrant Children in Manitowoc County", Madison; "The Migrant Labor Problem in Wisconsin", Madison: 1962.
State) Commission on Human Rights - Annual Report, 1958
Commission on Human Rights - Reports and articles re Wisconsin Indians, 1949-1962
Milwaukee Commission on Human Rights - Annual Reports, 1952- 1959
Miscellaneous material ca 1953-1958
Letters to Victor Howard re requests for literature and information, ca 1952-1957
Reports from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, ca 1953-1961
miscellaneous material from the American Indian Fund and Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc. CA 1952-1960
Indian Truth, Philadelphia: Indian Rights Assoc. Inc., 8 issues
"The Displaced Japanese-Americans", Washington, D.C.: 1944, reprint from Fortune;
"Facts About Japanese Americans", Chicago: 1946, American Council on Race Relations scattered issues 1946-1959,
"Proceedings, Fifth Annual Conference, Southwest Council on the Education of Spanish-Speaking People", Los Angeles: 1951
"Puerto Ricans Filling Mainland Manpower Gap", Washington, D.C.: ca 1948, Office of the Government of Puerto Rico (has newspaper reprints from Gary, Indiana, June, 1948)
miscellaneous booklets (3) and a statement on the situation in Kenya
miscellaneous booklets re the problems of race relations in South Africa ca 1951-1960
point of view from India on apartheid in South Africa
"Consultation on Religious Liberty in Latin America", New York: 1955, Parts 2-5, National Council of the Churches of Christ in U.S.A.
bulletins from the Evangelical Confederation of Colombia, 1951- 1958
bulletins from the Evangelical Confederation of Colombia, 1959- 1961
"Combatting Prejudice through Science Teaching", Urbana, IL: 1952, R. Will Burnett;
"The White House Conference on Education", 1956, Report to the President; "De Facto Public School Segregation", Villanova, PA: 1961, Will Maslow, Villanova Law Review;
"Access to Public Libraries", New York: 1963, American Library Association
Legal Briefs, including other State cases regarding integration/education that were heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.
1948 - 1961, Publication of the Civic Education Service, 13 scattered issues
"Democracy for All", Minneapolis: 1945, Helen Mudgett, U. of Minn.; "Human Relations, A Challenge to our Public Schools", New York: 1947, Frank Karelsen, Jr.
New Republic, Human Events, Newsweek;
News Release by Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington: 1958
children's perceptions of social roles, psychiatric aspects of school desegregation, and race prejudice and social change.
"Curriculum in Intergroup Education", Washington: 1949, and "Race and Cultural Relations, 1942;
one booklet by the American Assoc. of School Administrators
5 studies on opportunity and discrimination in higher education;
1 study on secondary education.
1961 report on education; 2 1962 reports on public schools in southern states, and northern and western states
1960 report on equal protection of the laws in public higher education, and 1967 report on racial isolation in the public schools
10 scattered issues, 1946-1959
Summer 1952, quarterly review;
"The Supply of Negro Health Personnel-Physicians", Washington: Summer 1949, Joseph Johnson, M.D., reprint from The Journal of Negro Education.
4 miscellaneous reports
reports on leaders in higher education, inter-group education, education and the disadvantaged American, progress of the education of Negroes in the U.S. 1870-1950, violations of human and civil rights;
tests and use of tests - 1946-1972.
miscellaneous reports, 1942-1960. "Statistics of Negro Colleges and Universities: 1951-1952 and Fall of 1954", Washington; "Administration of Public Laws 874 and 815", Washington: 1960
"Higher Education for American Democracy", Volumes I & II, 1947
reports for 1957, 1958, 1961
requests for literature and information, ca 1952- 1962
, 1954-1965, Southern Education Reporting Service;
(some 1965 issues were damaged by mud and water and were discarded)
miscellaneous pamphlets, brochures, and bulletins published by CORE, ca 1958-1961
scattered issues, 1958- 1962
Annual Reports, 1947-1954
"Civil Rights in the U.S.", New York: 1948- 1953, American Jewish Congress and NAACP
Annual Conventions, 1958-1962; The Crisis. New York: June-July, 1959;
Negro Digest, New York: May, 1962
Loose Books, ca 1947-1968 re Civil Rights; most published by U.S.Govt. Printing Office;
also Harper & Bros., Civil Rights Congress (of New York).
"Employment", Washington:,1961, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Report
"Equal Economic Opportunity", Washington, D.C.: 1953, President's Comm. on Govt. Contract Compliance;
"Reports on Apprenticeship", Washington: 1964, Advisory Committees to U.S.;
Commission on Civil Rights.
"Jobs & Civil Rights", Washington: 1969, U.S. Comm. on Civil Rights
"Service to Minority Groups", 1951; Labor Information Bulletin, Oct. 1952
Government Reports ca 1949-1963; "Democracy's Cross Roads", Detroit: 1949, United Auto Workers, CIO
Birth Control, Abortion, Hospitals, Health Services, Employment
"Building America's Health", Washington: 1965, President's Commission,on the Health Needs of the Nation
Government Reports, 1944-1965
"Segregation in Interstate Railway Coach Travel", Nashville: 1952, Congregational Christian churches;
Motor Carrier Regulations (for carriers of migrant workers), 1957;
Discriminations in Operations of Interstate Motor Carriers of Passengers, 1961
Supreme Court Decisions, 1962; Hearings, 1963, 1964
Miscellaneous Civil Rights issues, 1948-1967
Miscellaneous literature ca 1957- 1965
SCEF (Southern Conference Educational Fund) conference, 1958
Hearings, 1958 & 1962; "Voting", Washington, D.C.: 1961, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Report 1;
"The Voting Rights Act of 1965", Washington
"The Voting Rights Act: Ten Years After", Washington: 1975, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
miscellaneous literature on voting in the South
1969 & 1970;
"College Campus Disorders", 1971
"Survey of Home Builders' Opinion on Impact of a Possible Executive Anti-Discrimination Order", Arlington: 1962
miscellaneous statements ca 1958-1962 re housing and discrimination
3 reports, 1953 & 1958
miscellaneous bulletins, 1953 & 1959
ca 1946-1959 re discrimination in housing, racism in suburbia, and race & housing
miscellaneous articles, including: the Negro problem, homes for Aryans only, better homes for Negro farm families, reprint from the Yale Law Review on discrimination in housing, integration in public housing projects, interracial housing, and discrimination in housing in 10 major U.S. cities.
miscellaneous bulletins, 1951-1953
reports ca 1940-1951 re: housing of the nonwhite population, housing of Negro Veterans, public housing and urban development, and housing of minorities.
reports ca 1953-1956 re: open occupancy in housing programs of the Public Housing Administration, etc.
misc. literature, ca 1952- 1963. "A Call on the President of the U.S. for the Issuance of an Executive Order Ending Discrimination in All Federal Housing Programs", New York: 1961.
booklets ca 1947-1964. "Prejudice and Property", Washington: 1948, Tom C. Clark, Attorney General of the U.S.;
Supreme Court decision in 1967, Jones vs Alfred Mayer Company, re refusal of developers to sell a house to Negroes.
1959; "Housing", Washington: 1961, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Report
"Record of 85th Congress on Legislation Affecting Civil Rights", New York: 1958
- Censorship Bulletin, New York: 1955-1962, American Book Publishers Council, Inc.
- Hearings, 1953; "Justice", Washington: 1961, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights;
"Civil Disobedience", Santa Barbara: 1966, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
- Addresses and News Releases by U.S. Attorney General's Office, 1957-1963
Hearings, Parts 1 & 2, 1965; Index to Hearings, Parts 1-5
- Hearings, Parts 3 & 4, 1966
- Hearings, Part 5; "The Present Day Ku Klux Klan Movement", Washington: 1967, Report by the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives
- limited material
efforts to limit Rule XXII, ca 1948-1963
"Great Decisions 1966", New York: 1966, Foreign Policy Association
Motion to take up speeches, ca 1953-1960
- Dept. of State Bulletins (2)
- "Segregation, Subsidies, and Megalopolis", New York: 1964, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
miscellaneous literature, some by Southern Regional Council
publications ca 1950-1952 re: race and myths, equality, Ecumenical Movement, culture, prejudice, history, biology, the law, textbooks
"The UNESCO Story", Washington: 1950; The Courier, New York: October 1954, UNESCO publication
'International League for the Rights of Man', Consultant Agency with the UN - miscellaneous publications
miscellaneous publications on human rights
Senator Paul Douglas
Senator Hubert Humphrey
State Cabinet of HEW (Health, Education and Welfare), 1959-1962)
Report of 10/31/58
Washington: Feb. 1957-Jan. 1960, Congressional Digest Corp., 4 issues
excerpts/reprints ca 1951-1965
Democratic & Republican, misc.literature,ca 1952-1962
Presidents, Vice-Presidents, 1949-1964;
"The Negro as an American", New York, 1963, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions --includes statement by Lyndon B. Johnson.
May 1956-Feb. 1959, Fund for the Republic, 6 issues
ca 1957, Adolphe Menjou and conservative point of view
reference guides to material on Civil Rights, problems of Segregation and Integration, debate in the U.S. Senate;
"Brief Historical Survey of Segregation in the United States", Washington: Feb. 1955, Frederick L. Scott
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Addresses and Testimony ca 1947-1961
various individuals from several organizations, some magazine articles
miscellaneous literature by the CIO
pamphlets on issues concerning laborers and labor unions ca 1956-1962 civil rights, civil liberties, fair employment practice laws, Officer's Report, 10th Constitutional Convention President's Report of IUE-AFL-CIO, "Tent City".
miscellaneous pamphlets and reports
statements and reports ca 1952-1957
miscellaneous literature ca 1957-1962
- limited material
pamphlets ca 1944-1953; "To Stem this Tide", Boston: 1943, C. Johnson et al
"My Old Kentucky Home", Raleigh: 1955, W.E. Debnam;
"Report of My Long Fight Against Treason in Our Schools", 1952, Mrs. Jessie Jenkins
miscellaneous literature, racial focus
miscellaneous magazine and newspaper articles, pamphlets
1960-1961, 7 issues
On Rewriting Reconstruction History, An Analysis of Some Reconstruction Attitudes, The Dred Scott Case, Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South 1860-1877, Who were the Scalawags?, 1940-1963
reports & statements from Martin L. King, Jr. and others, 1961-1962
Special Reports - Pro-Segregation Groups in the South, The Negro Voter in the South, Waiting Room Practices in 21 Southern Cities, The Student Protest Movement: A Recapitulation, 1957-1961
Reports ca 1945-1965
1946 & 1948, National Institute of Social Relations, Inc., 3 issues
1968-1971, white supremacy newspaper
"The Core of America's Race Problem" - 1945, and "Step by Step with Interracial Groups" - 1948, YWCA;
"The Racial Factor in YMCA's", New York: 1946, National Board of YMCA's;
"Interracial Practices in the YMCA", New York: 1953, National Board of YMCA's; other YMCA magazines, pamphlets, statements ca 1946- 1957.
literature about youth leadership, Girl Scouts, juvenile deliquency, training incentives, jobless youth;
"Report of the White House Conference on Youth", Washington: 1971, held at Estes Park, Colorado.
1950, #1-7 (#3 missing); "The Recent Growth of Neo-Nazism in Europe", New York: 1951
- miscellaneous flyers
- miscellaneous pamphlets, memorandums, flyers;
"Prejudice in Children: A Conversation with Dr. Spock", New York: 1963
1950-1957, Anti-Defamation League, 5 pamphlets
New York, ca 1950, 3 booklets
miscellaneous literature published by various Jewish organizations, educators (Bettelheim) & others;
"A Brief Survey of the Major Agencies in the Field of Intercultural Education", New York: 1950, Amer. Jewish Committee
"Statement of the American Jewish Congress on Proposed Amendments to the U.S. Constitution Concerning Prayers in Public Schools", New York: 1962
regarding Jewish people
reports by American Jewish Congress, ca 1953-1962
American Jewish Congress, misc. literature
miscellaneous articles re ghettos, population trends, history, neighborhoods, holidays, Jewish boys, American society.
"Justice, Justice Shalt Thou Pursue", New York: ca 1954
1946-1948, N.C.C.J, re freedom, justice, responsibility, intergroup relations, differences in faith, race, culture, building today for tomorrow in neighborhoods.