Civil Rights -- United States -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains items dealing with African American history in the 19th and 20th century. The collection especially deals with materials of Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver. This collection also contains items concerning religious, particularly LDS, history. Collection spans from approximately 1833-1981.
Contains materials compiled by Hafen documenting the fight against the proposed Civil Rights Act of 1984 headed by the American Association of Presidents of Independent Colleges and Universities.
Handwritten and signed letters, poem, and manuscripts. The letters deal with personal and business matters. The manuscripts are leather bound holographs of Jackson's works "Christmas in the Pink Boarding House," "Passion Play at Oberammergau," "The People's Choice," and "Parson Williams Sabbath Breaking." Also included are a signed poem titled "Lifted Over," and a book by Jackson titled "Colorado." Also includes an image of Helen Hunt Jackson.
Letters, map, advertisements, newspapers, postcards, photographs, pamphlets, painting, and other papers concerning African American history. Also contains photographs, sketches, letters, pamphlets, memorial coins, and other items concerning very prominent African American figures such as George W. Carver, Booker T. Washington, and Frederick Douglas.
Eight African American letters. Dated 1833-1928.
Materials include maps, newspapers, pamphlet, envelope, and printed ephemera related to African Americans in the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries. Dated approximately 1833-1981.
Undated John Brown photograph with inscription, two Hiram Revels pictures dated 1977, and three unidentified photographs with explanations.
Postcard, letters, photograph, pamphlets, memorial coin, stamps, and sketch related to Booker T. Washington, dated approximately 1895-1975.
Newspaper, letter, and photograph related to Frederick Douglass. Dated 1881-1883.