Regent University - Law Library
Bunche writes Stavsky about the Armistice Agreement entered into by the governments of Israel and the four Arab States. He explains that the United Nations was not responsible for the implementation of the Armistice Agreements but acted only as the Mediator
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts of novels and screenplays, correspondence, photographs, awards, and juvenilia -- Correspondents include Ralph Bunche, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, and Upton Sinclair
Western Michigan University
Papers of Alma Powell consist primarily of newspaper and magazine clippings about African Americans from the 1930s to the 1960s with local, state and national perspectives, organized into the following categories: Grace Davis and Alma Powel biographical information; commercials and advertisements; art and artist association organizations; biographies of African American athletes, scholars, artists, religious leaders, politicians and musicians; church and religion; civil rights; communism; specific cases of discrimination; editorials and letters to the editor; entertainment; health; labor; Kalamazoo Council on Human Relations, 1948-1959; personal correspondence; pictures; politics and voting; press and journalism; public opion; race relations such as housing, urbanization and realtor pamphlets; race riots; recognition and special observances; the South; World War II
Autry National Center - Museum of the American West
This collections consists of materials dating from 1899-1961, the bulk of which was created from 1907-1957. Included are lectures and writings by Densmore on Native American music; melodic analysis of seventy-five Cheyenne and Arapaho songs; correspondence with Frederick Webb Hodge; letters to Densmore; published articles by Densmore in newspapers and journals; and writings about Densmore's work, life, and health. The collection also includes an original drawing by Eagle Shield that was included in Densmore's Teton Sioux Music publication
University of Virginia
Press releases of University Information Services under Director William H. Wranek contain synopses of lectures; descriptions of exhibitions, events, and concerts; biographies of faculty; and lists of students elected to honorary societies. Individual items of interest include the Tunney-Kennedy Moot Court Finals, 1959; a Hubert Humphrey speech, 1959; the Barrett Collection; and lectures by Dexter Perkins on "the quest for peace" and by Ralph Bunche on Africa
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence, reports, memos, photographs, and other materials relating to his administration at University of Michigan, including papers concerning University administrative departments, alumni affairs, student activities during the 1950's and 1960's, nuclear test ban treaty of 1963, student protests over the war in Vietnam, 1965-1967, charge of Communist influence at the University campus during the McCarthy Era, development of the Salk polio vaccine, investigation of University students by the
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence, speeches and other papers concerning all phases of his activities and interests; diary, 1945-1948, concerning his activities in Germany following World War II; and visual materials
New York University Libraries
The research files are for individuals, organizations, events and activities which were considered to reflect communist influence, and they contain clippings, ephemera, internal documents, correspondence, and investigate reports, some of which were of an undercover nature. The richest series are 11 (Communist Party USA), 12 (Communist/Popular Front organizations), 13 (Communist Party influenced unions), 14 (Individuals), 50 (Miscellaneous, notably containing several rich files on the Illinois Communist Party and its one-time leader, Gil Green). While national in scope, the files cover New York State in most detail
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
The materials in the Dr. Allan A. Hunter papers span the history of the Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church from pre-World War I to the 1990s. The bulk of the papers consists of records that were kept during the pastorship of Hunter from the 1920s through the 1960s, both records and ephemera from the church as well as Hunter's personal correspondence, manuscript materials, photographs, sermons, subject files, etc. Important subjects covered in photographs, news clippings, and correspondence include the church's involvement with the Japanese Americans who were interned during World War II, and the church's activities with orphans and refugees from Europe and Asia after the war
Yale University
The Walter White and Poppy Cannon Papers document the careers and lives of Walter White and Poppy Cannon. The Papers contain correspondence, writings, other papers, and photographs documenting Walter White's career as the Secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and as a writer. Poppy Cannon's career as an editor, writer, and publicity consultant is also documented in the Papers


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