New York Public Library
The African American Institute Photographic Collection documents AAI sponsored programs and events. Program photographs consist of group portraits, students at work, students interacting with AAI administration, and students in informal classroom dicusssions. One photograph pictures a student with his host family. Educational host institutions represented include Catholic University, Colorado College, State University of Buffalo, Southern Illinois University, Ithaca College, and Rutgers University. Vocational training photographs show students working as as architectural and sanitary engineers, record keepers, construction site readers, sound recorders, and scientific researchers. Among training hosts represented are New York City Transit Authority, New York City Dept. of Personnel, New York City Dept. of Hospitals and Public Works, New York State Dept. of Public Works, the Northeast Region-Office of Economic Opportunity, Con Edison, and Radio Corporation of America (RCA) -- Events ... Read More
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Collection consists of records relating to the African American Institute Community Service Program, held at Dartmouth College in 1966 for women from Senegal and the Malagasy Republic. Includes correspondence, memoranda, and other material regarding the arrangements for the program and expenses incurred during the program. Also includes a list of participants
Getty Research Institute
Resource comprises five video recordings created by the California African American Museum (CAAM) in relation to its 2011-2012 exhibition "Places of Validation, Art & Progression." The exhibition and related interviews were part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., a city-wide research project that focused on the postwar (1945-1980) art scene in Los Angeles. According to a press release from CAAM, the exhibition brought to life "the history of the artists who helped birth one of the most influential art movements of the second half of the 20th century and the validators who supported and enabled them to achieve their goals in spite of the wider conditions of exclusion from the mainstream art presenting community. The perspective of 'Places of Validation, Art & Progression' is on the history and driving forces that made venues and opportunities possible for Black art to be seen while allowing the art to reflect the wide variety of artists, styles, venues and personalities that served ... Read More
New York Public Library
The African American Institute Photograph Collection documents AAI sponsored programs and events. Program photographs consist of group portraits, students at work, students interacting with AAI administration, and students in informal classroom dicusssions. One photograph pictures a student with his host family. Educational host institutions represented include Catholic University, Colorado College, State University of Buffalo, Southern Illinois University, Ithaca College, and Rutgers University. Vocational training photographs show students working as as architectural and sanitary engineers, record keepers, construction site readers, sound recorders, and scientific researchers. Amongst training hosts represented are New York City Transit Authority, New York City Department of Personnel, New York City Department of Hospitals and Public Works, New York State Department of Public Works, the Northeast Region - Office of Economic Opportunity, Con Edison, and Radio Corporation of America ... Read More
Brooklyn Museum
University of Washington
African American immigrant, activist
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Denver Public Library
Includes scrapbook with photographs of fellow servicemen in World War II, family photographs and an Emily Griffith certificate (1955)
New York Public Library
Chicago History Museum