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The Arthur A. Schomburg Papers.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1991. 12 microfilm reels; 35 cm+ 1 guide (xii, 37 p.; 28 cm.)
Contents: Researcher, writer, collector, and curator, this collection consists of Schomburg's correspondence, published and unpublished writings, articles about Schomburg and the Negro Collection at the 135th Street Branch, subject and reference files, and material relating to his many speaking engagements and activities in the community and on behalf of the collection. The bulk of the papers date from 1932 to his death in 1938. The material from the 18th and 19th centuries consists of transcriptions of historical documents and newspaper articles.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10946; GUIDE E184.6 .S3 1991.

Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, Papers, 1930-1942
New York: NYT Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983. 8 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Consult user's guide: The Commission on Interracial Cooperation papers, 1919-1944. And, The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching papers, 1930-1942 (Z1361.N39C65 1984) located in HASRC/Reference (c.1) and Media/Microtext (c.2).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7900.

The Bayard Rustin Papers, introduction by August Meier.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1988. 22 microform reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: Consists of papers and documents, including correspondence, relating to Bayard Rustin. For contents consult user's guide, The Bayard Rustin Papers, compiled by Nanette Dobrosky and located in Media/Microtext (E185.97.R9D6 1988).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 6111.

Black Biographical Dictionaries, 1790-1950.
Alexandria, Va.: Chadwyck-Healey, 1987. 1070 microfiches: ill; 11 x 15 cm.
For contents consult user's guide: Black Biographical Dictionaries, 1790-1950, Handlist of titles (E185.96.B52 1987 f) located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1182.

Blacks in the Railroad Industry Collection, 1946-1954.
New York, NY: New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1980 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources Inc., [distr.], [1995?]). 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.
Contents: Correspondence -- Unions and union-related organizations -- Writings -- Legal documents -- Memoranda -- Printed material.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14747.

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Black Workers in the Era of the Great Migration, 1916-1929, James R. Grossman, editor.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1985. 25 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: The period of the First World War saw a rapid increase in black migration from the rural south to urban centers in the industrialized north. The same period saw a great expansion of government control over the economy; several basic industries vital to the war effort came under federal control. Collection comprises records created by these wartime agencies that focus upon the operations and labor conditions of several such industries and on black workers. Collection also includes records from agencies that studied black workers in the '20s, including the Department of Labor, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and the U.S. Census Bureau. For detailed contents consult user's guide: Black Workers in the Era of the Great Migration, 1916-1929 (Z1361.N39.S36 1985), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext and Green Library Stack.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7595.

The Carter G. Woodson Collection of Negro Papers and Related Documents.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1977. 10 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Microfilm of the manuscript collection in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Mss. 17,071. The collection, consisting of approximately 5,000 items, is dated 1803-1936 with the bulk of the material falling in the period 1830-1927; it was assembled by Dr. Woodson and organized by Lloyd A. Dunlap in 1968. Michael J. McElderry reorganized the collection in 1976 and prepared the register (located at the beginning of reel 1).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3884.

Centers of the Southern Struggle: FBI Files on Selma, Memphis, Montgomery, Albany, and St. Augustine, edited by David J. Garrow.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1988. 21 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 8036.

Civil Rights During the Johnson Administration, 1963-1969: A Collection from the Holdings of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin, Texas.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1984-
Contents: Johnson's administration led passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act that sought to eliminate segregation in public accommodations and education; the 1965 Voting Rights Act; and the 1968 Fair Housing Act. This collection comprises documents from the White House Central Files (which include internal memoranda circulated between the president and his advisors, as well as correspondence between the administration and influential individuals and groups outside the White House) and the White House Aides Files (the working papers of presidential assistants who counseled the president, including memoranda and reports prepared for the president). Part 2 of the collection is an unpublished narrative history of the EEO. For detailed contents consult, A Guide to Civil Rights During the Johnson Administration, 1963-1969, edited by Steven F. Lawson and located in Media Microtext (JK1717.L38).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 8009.

Civil Rights During the Kennedy Administration, 1961-1963, edited by Carl M. Brauer.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, Inc., l986. 37 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult user's guide, Civil Rights During the Kennedy Administration, 1961-1963 (JC599.U5S35 1986), located in Media Mictrotext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7640.

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Civil Rights During the Nixon Administration, 1969-1974.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1989-
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12640; GUIDE E 185.615 .C582 1989
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The Claude A. Barnett Papers: The Associated Negro Press, 1918-1967
Microfilmed from the holdings of the Chicago Historical Society, project of University Publications of America, Inc.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 4067, REEL INDEX PN4841.A73 M44 (also SSRC PN4841.A73 M44 PT.1-3).

Commission on Interracial Cooperation papers, 1919-1944
New York: NYT Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983. 55 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Print guide to microfilm collection published as The Commission on Interracial Cooperation Papers, 1919-1944, and the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching Papers, 1930-1942, edited by Mitchell F. Ducey.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 16397.

Communist Infiltration of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and J. Edgar Hoover's Official and Confidential File on Martin Luther King, Jr.: F.B.I. Investigation Files.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1983. 9 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
From 1958 through 1980, the FBI compiled a file of over 13,000 pages on the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). The rationale for this was in the bureau's words, "to ascertain the degree of Communist party influence on the SCLC, which continues to be the primary activist organization in the civil rights movement.
Location: Hoover Institution, Microfilm, E185.61 .C736.

The Conrad/Tubman Collection.
Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1995. 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Consists of the papers collected by Earl Conrad in writing his biography of Harriet Tubman which were given to the Schomburg Center.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14448.

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Correspondence of the Secretary of the Navy relating to African Colonization, 1819-1844.
Washington, D.C.: National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1952. 2 microfilm reels. + guide.
Contents: Consists mainly of copies of letters sent by the Secretary of the Navy to agents of the United States stationed on the northwest coast of Africa for the purpose of receiving blacks freed by the capture of slave ships, and letters and reports received by the Secretary of the Navy from these agents. Also correspondence of Secretary with President, Dept. of Treasury, Federal judges, district attorneys, and marshals, other government officials, the American Colonization Society, and private individuals and firms.
Location: Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 934; Social Sciences Resource Center, GUIDE DT31 .U6 1955.

The East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917, edited by Elliott Rudwick.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1985. 8 reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
For contents consult: A Guide to the East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917 (F549.E2A3 1985), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7815.

Eusebia Cosme Papers, 1927-1973.
Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources [distributor], 1995. 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
The Cosme Papers deal mainly with Miss Cosme's career as a diseuse and actress. The collection includes personal papers, correspondence, contracts, poems and essays, programs, newspaper and magazine clippings, scripts, certificates, posters, and photographs. The majority of the material is in Spanish. Eusebia Adriana Cosme y Almanza (1910-late 1970s) was a professional reciter and actor who won renown from her interpretations of Afro Antillian poetry. Born and raised in Cuba, Cosme began to perform professionally in the early 1930s, and her artistry inspired poets to write works expressly for her. She settled in New York in the late '30s, hosting a regular program on CBS radio. Her stage acting career began in 1955, while her first film appearance came in 1956. She also painted and wrote at least one screenplay.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 16490.

Facts on Film
Nashville: Tennessee Microfilms, 40 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Reproduces the collection of materials on segregation-desegregation assembled by the Southern Education Reporting Service in its library, including newspaper clippings, magazine articles, pamphlets, texts of court decisions, hearings, texts of legislative acts, literature of pro- and anti-segregation groups, Southern Education Reporting Service publications.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM 371.1.

Fannie Lou Hamer, 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978
New Orleans, La., Amistad Research Center, [1978?]. 17 microfilm reels: ill.; 4 in., 36 mm.
For contents consult the guide to Fannie Lou Hamer 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978 (Z1361.N39F35 1978), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7574.

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FBI Assassination File Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1978. 25 reels; 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3998.

FBI File on Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, [1995?]. 8 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide ([36] p.; 22 cm.)
The FBI file covers the years 1943 to the 1960s and contains newspaper clippings and close accounts of Adam Clayton Powell's movements.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15487; GUIDE E748 .P86 F38.

FBI File on A. Philip Randolph.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.
Contents: Randolph (1889-1979), an outspoken black labor leader and organizer of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, elected vice president of AFL-CIO in 1955. File includes memos and correspondence, most dating from the 1940s with some coverage into the early 1960s. For detailed contents consult user's guide, Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on A. Philip Randolph (E185.97.R27.G85 1990), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext (c. 1) and Government Documents Dept. (c. 2).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10361.

FBI File on the Atlanta Child Murders.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 3 microfilm reels; 35 mm. guide ([11] p.; 22 cm)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13014; GUIDE HV6534 .A7 F342 1990.

FBI File on the Black Panther Party, North Carolina.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1987?]. 2 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: Files trace apparent efforts of the Black Panther Party to establish chapters, and perhaps, a statewide organization in North Carolina, spanning the years from 1968 to 1976. Contains mainly surveillance reports and related memoranda, but also correspondence within the FBI, legal memoranda, Black Panther Party publications, transcriptions of speeches by spokespersons of the BPP, etc. Includes information about BP's national headquaters as well as its operations in Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, New York, and New Haven. For detailed contents consult Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on the Black Panther Party, North Carolina, introduction by John W. Larner, located in Current Periodicals/Microtext (E185.615.G8 1987).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7772.

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FBI File on Elijah Muhammad
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1996?]. 3 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide ([8] p. ; 22 cm.).
Contents: Born Elijah Poole in 1897, "the Messenger of Allah" assumed leadership of the movement later known as the Nation of Islam in 1934. The file contains material the FBI collected to show immoral, subversive, or criminal activity in order to discredit him as a leader of the Nation of Islam.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15488; GUIDE BP223 .Z8 E437.

FBI File on the KKK Murder of Viola Liuzzo
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Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. + 1 guide ([11] p.; 22 cm.).
For contents consult the Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on the KKK Murder of Viola Liuzzo.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15467; GUIDE E185.98 .L58 F35 1990.

FBI File on Malcolm X.
Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, [1995?]. 10 reels of microfilm; 35 mm. + 1 guide.
Contents: File documents Malcolm X's activities from his release in prison until his assassination in 1965, including his involvement on behalf of the Nation of Islam, his relationship with the Socialist Workers Party and the May 2nd Committee, newspaper articles relating to Malcolm, his break with Elijah Muhammed, his establishment of the Muslim Mosque, Inc., his founding of the Organization of Afro-American Unity, etc. Includes FBI memoranda from 1953 to 1971.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14468; GUIDE E185.97 .L5 F23 1996.

FBI File: MIBURN (Mississippi Burning): The Investigation of the Murders of Michael Henry Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Earl Chaney, June
21, 1964
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Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1990? 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. + 1 guide ([7] p. ; 22 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15468; GUIDE E185.93 .M6 F35 1990.

FBI File on the Muslim Mosque Inc.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1996?]. 3 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15470; GUIDE E185.5 .M87 F35 1996.

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FBI File on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 4 microfilm reels; 35 cm.
The file spans the years from 1941 to 1957 and is officially entitled: FBI File on the Communist Infiltration of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The records contain information on each branch of the NAACP and reflect the Bureau's investigation into the NAACP's supposed connections with the Communist party. For detailed contents consult user's guide, Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) (E185.5.N276.G85 1990), located in Media Microtext (c. 1) and Government Documents Dept. (c. 2).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10362.

FBI File on the National Negro Congress
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1987. 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on the National Negro Congress (E185.61.G92 1987), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7770.

FBI File on the Organization of African-American Unity (OAAU).
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1996?]. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. + 1 guide ([4] p. ; 22 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15473; GUIDE E185.5 .O74 F35 1996.

FBI File on Paul Robeson.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1987. 2 microfilm reels : ill. ; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: The FBI's investigation of actor/singer Paul Robeson contributed significantly to the ruin of his career. This file includes all the bureau reports on Robeson and his wife, news clippings on his activities and speeches, and transcripts of his telephone conversations. For detailed contents consult: Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on Paul Robeson (E185.97.R63G85 1987), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext and Government Documents Department.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7799.


FBI File on the Reverend Jesse Jackson.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resurces, [1988]. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. + 1 reel guide (3 p. ; 21 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15466; GUIDE E185.97 .J25 F35 1988.

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FBI File on Roy Wilkins.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.
Contents: Wilkins was a prominent member of the NAACP, serving as acting secretary and later as executive secretary. He was a key figure in the prevention of Communist infiltration of the NAACP. The FBI file contain many Black Panther documents critical of Wilkins. For detailed contents consult users guide, Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI File on Roy Wilkings (E185.97.W69.G85 1990), located in Media Microtext (c. 1) and Government Documents Dept. (c. 2).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10360.

FBI File on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organization.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [1990?]. 8 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide (vii, 20 p.; 28 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM .N.S. 12571; GUIDE HN90 .R3 F34.

FBI File on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1990-1991. 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide (5 p. ; 22 cm.).
Contents: Committee was organized in 1960 to encourage voter registration for blacks in the Deep South. Under Stokely Carmichael the group pushed for economic enfranchisement and advocated black supremacy. The FBI maintained a file on SNCC under the belief that Communists were infiltrating its leadership. This file contains reports from m19 cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco. Each section is chronological, spanning 1964 to 1973.
Location: Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12570; Social Sciences Resource Center, GUIDE E185.61 .U46 1991.

FBI File on Thurgood Marshall.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, [between 1997 and 2000]. 1 microfilm reel: ill.; 35 mm. + guide ([10] p.; 23 cm.)
Location: Crown Law Library, Microtext, XB 287.

FBI File on W.E.B. Du Bois, 1942-1963
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1942-1963. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. + 1 guide.
Contents: FBI documents from the years 1942-1963, reflecting Du Bois's support of and participation in Communist organizations, his anti-American statements issued abroad, and the statements that his supporters made to defend him against charges of communism.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14746; GUIDE E185.97.D73 F24 1995.

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Federal Surveillance of Afro-Americans (1917-1925): the First World War, the Red Scare, and the Garvey Movement, edited by Theodore Kornweibel.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1985. 25 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: The United States' entry into the First World War precipitated a sudden increase in government surveillance of American citizens by the military, the postal service, and, especially, the Bureau of Investigation, precursor of the FBI. This collection includes every relevant Bureau file concerning political activity by black groups, periodicals, and individuals, including Marcus Garvey, W.E.B. DuBois, James Weldon Johnson, Jack Johnson, A. Philip Randolph. Also included are Bureau files on the Chicago Defender, Baltimore Afro-American, Crisis, and Messenger. Collection also includes records from files of Army's Military Intelligence Division, Department of State, Office of Naval Intelligence, and six other agencies. Topics of files include censorship of militant publications, Pan-American Congress, and transcripts of Marcus Garvey's trial.
Location: Hoover, Microfilm, E185.6 .F444.

Gwendolyn Bennett Papers, 1916-1981.
Bethlehem, Pa.: Mid-Atlantic Preservation Service, 1988. 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Born in Giddins, Texas on July 8, 1902, Gwendolyn Bennett is principally remembered as one of the poets of the 1920's Negro Renaissance in Harlem, an artist and a political activist during the late 1930's and 1940's. Her artistic career both as a poet and as a graphic artist, unfolded with the span of the "Harlem Renaissance" which lasted approximately from 1920 to 1931.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 16491.

The Horace Mann Bond Papers, edited by John H. Bracey, Jr.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1988. 98 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13059; GUIDE E185.97 .B55 G85 1989.

John Edward Bruce Papers, 1856-1924
Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources [distributor], 1995. 4 microfilm reels: positive; 4 in., 35 mm.
Mostly correspondence; also included are his manuscripts for drama, fiction, and poetry, as well as his better-known non-fiction writings.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14254.

Katz/Prince Collection, 1967-1973.
Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1996. 3 microfilm reels: positive; 35 mm.
Manuscript drafts, correspondence, notes, and related materials from the Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library, assembled by Bernard and Jonathan Katz as documentation for a book entitled Black woman: a fictionalized biography of Lucy Terry Prince, which tells about the life of an eighteenth-century slave and her struggle in seeking education and legal redress for her family through the courts.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14910
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Malcolm X: FBI Surveillance File.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1978. 2 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7771.

Marcus Garvey: FBI Investigation File.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1978. 1 reel microfilm; 4 in., 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7773 .

The Martin Luther King Jr., FBI File, edited by David J. Garrow.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1984-1986. 25 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult The Martin Luther King, Jr., FBI File (E185.97.K5 L47), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext and Government Documents.
Location: Green Library, Media-Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3994.

The Negro in the military service of the United States, 1639-1886.
Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1963. 5 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
A compilation of official records, state papers, historical extracts, etc. relating to his military status and service, from the date of his introduction into the British North American colonies. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier Gen. Richard C. Drum by Elon A. Woodward, chief of the Colored Troops Div., Adjutant General's Office. 1888.
Contents: reel 1. vols. 1&2, 1639-1862 -- reel 2. vol. 3, pts. 1&2, 1863 -- reel 3. vols. 4-5, 1864 -- reel 4. vol. 6, 1865-1877 -- reel 5. vol. 7, Treatment and exchange of prisoners of war, 1862-1865. Regular army, 1866-1886.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 451 ADD TO 18TH AND 19TH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Negro Labor Committee Record Group, 1925-1969
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., [1995?]. 17 microfilm reels; 35 cm.
The Negro Labor Committee record group consists of the complete non-current office files of the Negro Labor Committee, and those of its predecessors, the Trade Union Committee for Organizing Negro Workers (1925) and the Harlem Labor Committee (1934). Also included in the manuscript collection are the personal files of Frank R. Crosswaith, founder and longtime chairman of the Negro Labor Committee.
The Negro Labor Committee was founded in 1935 to develop a program of action calculated to aid the black worker in securing better-paid jobs and to organize unorganized black workers to break down the barriers within the existing labor movement. The Negro Labor Committee also lent its support to establishing the Negro Labor Service which disseminated information on events about or relating to Black labor throughout the country. At its height in the 30's and 40's, the Negro Labor Committee represented over a quarter million workers and was widely acknowledged and respected as the voice of black labor.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14217.

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Papers of the American Slave Trade.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1996-.
Contents: Series A: Selections from the Rhode Island Historical Society. Focuses on importation of slaves from Africa, including financial concerns, risk factors; slave treatment and slave revolts on transoceanic voyages; regional origins and destinations of captives; Caribbean economy in American colonial times; related molasses and rum trade. Part 1: Brown family collections (20 reels). Collections date from early 1700s to early 1800s. Moses Brown, in second generation involved in slaving, became a leader in movement to outlaw slave trade. Material includes Providence Abolition Society minute book, 1789-1827. Part 2: Selected collections (30 reels). Papers of merchants of Providence, Newport, and Bristol involved in slave trade. Material includes log books, narratives of onboard slave revolts, financial papers, and papers documenting illegal slaving after 1808.
Location: Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14394; GUIDE E445 .R4 P364 1998 SER.A:PT.1-2.

The Papers of A. Philip Randolph, introduction by August Meier and John Bracey.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1990. 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide (xiii, 87 p. ; 28 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10304; GUIDE E185.97 .R27.

Papers of Frederick Douglass.
Washington, Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1974. 34 reels.+ 1 guide (iii, 47 p.; 29 cm.).
Contents: Born into slavery, Frederick Douglass (c. 1817-1895) was one of the 19th century's leading opponents of slavery and advocates of equality for blacks. After escaping from bondage, Douglass became an active agent of abolitionist organizations and editor of an abolitionist newspaper. During the Civil War he recruited blacks for the Union Army. After the War, he fought for equality for blacks and women, improved educational opportunities, and a variety of related causes. He received several government appointments, including Secretary of the Santo Domingo Commission (1887), and minister to Haiti (1889-1891). This collection of Douglass's papers relates particularly to his career during and after the Civil War, and contains correspondence, consisting principally of letters received (index to the correspondence included); speeches and lectures, including most of those delivered between 1865 and 1895; articles; financial papers; and legal files.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1517; GUIDE E449 .D75 1976.

Papers of John and Lugenia Burns Hope, edited by Alton Hornsby, Jr.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1984. 21 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide (xvii, 17 p.; 22 cm.)
Contents: Collection of correspondence, official records, financial records, articles, essays, and speeches covering the years 1898-1945.
Location: Education Library (Cubberly), MFILM N.S. 13050 (in storage); Z6616 .H67 H67 (in reference).

The Papers of Mary Church Terrell.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1977. 34 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Correspondence, diaries, printed material, clippings, speeches and writings, and other papers, chiefly 1886-1954, focusing primarily on Mrs. Terrell's career as an advocate of both women's rights and equal treatment for blacks.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15395.

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The Papers of Mary Jane McLeod Bethune, 1923-1942
Location: Green Library, Media-Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 2359.

Papers of the NAACP, project coordinator, Randolph Boehm.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1982. 283 reels.
Contents: The NAACP is the nation's oldest and most important civil rights organization. Materials in this collection are selected principally from files in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress. Library has Parts 1-5, 15-16:. Part 1 (28 reels): Meetings of the Board of Directors, Records of Annual Conferences, Major Speeches, and Special Reports, 1909-1950. Provides the central organizational records of the first 40 years of the organization. Special reports on issues such as the KKK, discrimination in public employment, depiction of blacks in motion pictures, economic equality, black victims of crime, church and civil rights, misconceptions regarding heredity and the intelligence of blacks, and attitudes of black youth. — Part 2 (20 reels): Personal Correspondence of Selected NAACP Officials, 1919-1939. Included are selections from Thurgood Marshall, Walter White, Charles Houston, Juanita Jackson, James Weldon Johnson, Roy Wilkins, and others. — Part 3 (43 reels): Campaign for Educational Equality, 1913-1950. Documents legal battle to achieve unrestricted access to educational institutions. Files of the Garland Fund, teacher salary cases, university admissions cases, local school cases leading up to Brown v. Board of Education. — Part 4 (13 reels): Voting Rights Campaign, 1916-1950. Complete NAACP legal department files and subject files related to voting rights: White primary cases; grandfather clause; literacy tests; registration abuses; intimidation and violence; poll taxes; legislative apportionment in the South; and women's suffrage. — Part 5 (23 reels): Campaign against Residential Segregation, 1914-1955. Covers NAACP's efforts to combat segregation ordinances, restrictive covenants, discriminatory zoning ordinances, violence and mob actions against blacks, and discrimination in federal housing projects. — Part 15: Segregation and discrimination, Complaints and responses, 1940-1955, ser. A, Legal Dept. files (19 reels), and ser. B, Administrative files (15 reels). — Part 16: Board of Directors correspondence and Committee materials, ser. A, 1919-1939 (8 reels); ser. B, 1940-1955 (24 reels). — Part 16 supp. (12 reels): Board of Directors files, 1956-1965.
Each part accompanied by a printed reel guide, entitled A guide to the microfilm edition of Papers of the NAACP (Z1361.N39 G85 v.1-27), located in Green/Media-Mtxt.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection: MFILM N.S. 3061; MFILM N.S. 10746; MFILM N.S. 14405; MFILM N.S. 14406; MFILM N.S. 14852; MFILM N.S. 14874; MFILM N.S. 15033.

Papers of Robert H. Terrell.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1979. 4 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Covering the period from 1884 to 1925, this collection consists largely of Terrell's correspondence during his 23 years as judge of the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia (1902-1925). He and his wife (see record for Mary Church Terrell above) were prominent African-American advocates for civil rights and education.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15396.

The Peonage Files of the U.S. Department of Justice, 1901-1945, edited by Pete Daniel.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1989. 26 microfilm reels; 35 cm. + 1 guide (72 p. ; 28 cm).
Contents: An important economic feature of the early-20th century South was peonage, or debt peonage. Plantation owners held laborers in debt, and forced them to remain on the premises to work off their debt, often by violence or intimidation. The system functioned as a kind of substitute for the antebellum slave system. This collection comprises the peonage files of the Justice Department from 1901 to 1945, including complaints to the department from local US attorneys, private individuals, and organizations such as the NAACP; internal legal memoranda, depositions by witnesses, briefs, trial transcripts; and investigations conducted by the FBI. Peonage was also a feature of industries as well, and the collection provides information on many features of the economic history of the South, especially wages, labor conditions, and labor recruitment.
Location: Crown Law School, Microtext, XB 274.

Plantation Life and Politics
Spartanburg, S. C.: Reprint Company Publishers, 1985. 925 microfiches; 11x15 cm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 726.

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President Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, edited by William E. Juhnke.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, Inc., 1984. 10 microfilm reels: 35 mm. + 1 guide (16 p. ; 22 cm.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12562; GUIDE E185.61 .P674.

Records of Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War, general editor, Kenneth M. Stampp; guide compiled by Martin Schipper.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1994.
Contents: Extremely large collection of manuscripts originating on southern plantations, dating from the mid-17th century to the end of the Civil War. Includes financial records, diaries, journals, records of slaves, correspondence and all sorts of personal papers of planters and their families. Information on every aspect of material culture and daily life. Important source for information on life of slaves, management of slave labor, slave medical accounts, relations between master and slaves, black churches. Because their origin in plantation activities, these records are particularly valuable for documenting the lives of the planter elite that dominated much of the antebellum South.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 4062; GUIDE F213 .S35 V.1:PT.1/2-V.13:PT.6

Records of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.
Bethesda, MD.: University Publications of America, 1990-. 50 microfilm reels+ guides( v.; 28 cm.).
Contents: pt. 1. Records of the BSCP, 1925-1969 (30 reels); pt. 2. Records of the Ladies Auxiliary of the BSCP, 1931-1968 (10 reels); pt. 3. Records of the BSCP relations with the Pullman Company, 1925-1968 (10 reels).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10748; GUIDE HD6515.R362 B76 1990

Records of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, 1895-1992
Bethesda, Md.: University Publications of America, 1993-. 41 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guides (2 v.; 28 cm.)
Contents: In local women's clubs African-American women pooled their resources, coordinated their efforts, raised funds, launched charitable initiatives, and founded schools, hospitals, homes for delinquent youth, mother's clubs as they struggled against prejudice. Collection includes publications of state and local NACWC affiliates, including histories of many state and local clubs; National Convention minutes, 1895-1992; National Notes, 1897-1992, a quarterly periodical reporting on affiliates; President's office correspondence from 1920 through 1958. Part 1. Minutes of national conventions, publications, and President's office correspondence; Part 2. President's Office files, 1958-1968.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13046; GUIDE E185.86 .N34 1993

Records of the National Negro Business League

Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1994.
Contents: Part 1. Annual conference proceedings and organizational records, 1900-1919; Part 2. Correspondence and business records, 1900-1923.
For more detailed contents consult: A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Records of the National Negro Business League.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14230; GUIDE HD2425 .R43 1995

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Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior Relating to the Suppression of the African Slave Trade and Negro Colonization, 1854-72.
Washington: National Archives, 1949. 10 reels.
Contents: Lincoln consolidated in the Dept. of Interior all activities having to do with the suppression of slave trade, and laws providing for the colonization in Africa of blacks seized aboard slave ships, and other laws providing for the colonization of free and recaptured blacks in Liberia, Haiti, and other tropical countries. Accompanied by a 16 page guide published in 1961 (CD3022 .A2 NO.160, Social Sciences Resource Center).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1248

Records of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1954-1970 Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1995.
Accompanied by a printed guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Records of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1954-1970.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14226; GUIDE parts 1-4 E185.61 .R296 1995

The Schism in the Methodist Episcopal Church 1844: A Study of Slavery and Ecclesiastical Politics.
Louisville, KY: Lost Cause Press, 1973. 4 sheets; 11 x 15.
Location: SAL3, 287.6 .N894

Slavery and Anti-Slavery Pamphlets from the Libraries of Salmon P. Chase and John P. Hale
Ann Arbor, Mich.: Xerox University Microfilms in collaboration with Dartmouth College Library, 1974. 5 reels; 35mm.
For index consult An index to the microfilm collection Slavery and anti-slavery pamphlets, edited by Trudy Heath (Z7164.S6H42 1979), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7777

Slavery in Ante-Bellum Southern Industries
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1991-.
Collection includes records of industrial and mining companies; business and personal correspondence of industrialists, their managers, financiers, and customers; documents relating to the purchase, hire, medical care, and provisioning of slave laborers; descriptions of production processes; journals recording costs and income. Though selections concentrate on the antebellum period, several runs of records extend well beyond the Civil War. Enterprises include copper mine in Tennessee, gold mine in Georgia, ironworks and coal mine in Virginia, turpentine works in North Carolina, sawmill, gold mine, and slate mine in Georgia.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10689; GUIDE HD4865 .U6 S55 1991

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Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from interviews with former slaves.
Type-written records prepared by the Federal Writers' Project. Sponsored by the Library of Congress. Illustrated with photographs. Washington, 1941. 17 v. in 33: mounted photos; 28 cm.
Electronic version available at American Memory
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 806

Southern Tenant Farmers' Union Papers, 1934-1970
Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1971. 66 reels.
Contents: In its zeal to implement New Deal farm programs, the Roosevelt Administration evicted thousands of southern sharecropper families. Incensed, a handful of black and white farmers met in a schoolhouse in Arkansas and formed the Southern Tenant Farmers Union (STFU). This union was to become a powerful force in American labor, and would eventually be a prototype for Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers of America. The Southern Tenant Farmers Union Papers (also called "The Green Rising") encompass a multitude of issues, movements, and individual histories on microform. A unique feature of this collection is the correspondence from sharecroppers to union officials. Notes scrawled on scraps of paper or penciled on the backs of outdated calendars tell of usurious landlords, sick children, and flood conditions.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 850.
The Green Rising, 1910-1977: A Supplement to the Southern Tenants Farmers' Union Papers.
Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977. 17 reels; 35 mm.
This supplement to the papers of the STFU features the personal papers and records of four of farm labor's dynamic leaders. The H.L. Mitchell Papers; the Clyde Johnson Papers; the David S. Burgess Papers; and the Thomas H. Gibbons Papers.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 2228.

State Slavery Statutes.
Frederick, Md.: UPA Academic Editions, c1989. 354 microfiches: negative; 11 x 15 cm.
For contents consult user's guide: State Slavery Statutes: Guide to the Microfiche Collection (KF4545.S5A127 1989) located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1234

Stetson Kennedy Collection Microform
Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources [distributor], 1995. 4 microfilm reels: positive; 4 in., 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14253

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Papers 1959-1972
Sanford, N.C.: Microfilming Corporation of America, [1981?]. 73 microfilm reels: ill.; 35 mm.
Microfilm of papers in the Library and Archives of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access. For contents consult the guide to the microfilm edition (E185.61.S92) located in the Microtext Division and Reference Department.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3045

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Transcripts, Depositions, Consultants Reports, and Selected Documents of the Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots [1965].
Los Angeles: The Commission, 1965. 5 reels.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 28

W.E.B. Du Bois Papers, Fisk University: Includes Speeches and Radio Broadcasts.
Whittier, CA: P.G. Partington. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.
Location: Hoover Institution Library, Microfilm, E185.97.D73 A5 1980.

The Works of Alexander Crummel, 1856-1892.

New York: 3M International Microfilm Press, 1972.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1028

The Works of Charles Waddell Chesnutt.
New York: International Microfilm Press, 1969.
Contents: [1] Frederick Douglas. New York, 1899 -- [2] The wife of his youth; and other stories of the color line. Boston, 1899 -- [3] The conjure woman. Boston, 1899 -- [4] The marrow of tradition. Boston, 1901 -- [5] A defamer of his race, in The critic. April, 1901 -- [6] The disfranchisement of the Negro, in the Negro problem. New York, 1903 -- [7] The colonel's dream. New York, 1905.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1027

The Works of Phillis Wheatley.
New York: 3M Co., International Microfilm Press, 1970. 1 reel. 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 948

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Writers' Program, New York City: Negroes of New York
New York: Scholarly Resources, Inc. 1938-1941;183 nos. in 4 v.
Contents: The Work Projects Administration's Federal Writers' Project sponsored many volumes on social history, including what was to have been the first comprehensive history of New York's black population. The WPA was cancelled before the book could be brought to press, and the promised volume did not appear until 1967. This microfilm publication reproduces the notes gathered for the project, including an enormous amount of material not included in the book. The information is arranged in alphabetical order under such headings as "Characteristics and samples of Negro speech in New York," and "Negro policemen and firemen."
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 947

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Newspapers & Periodicals

Africo-American Presbyterian
Volume/date range: Began in 1880? Ceased in 1938.
Library has: v.47(1925)-v.59(1938)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13519

The Afro-American
Volume/date range: Began Aug., 1892. Ceased in 1899.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection NEWSPAPER

Alexander's Magazine
Wesport, Conn. : Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1905)-v. 7, no. 5/6 (Mar./Apr. 1909).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1138

American Jubilee
Westport, Conn.: Negro Universities Press, 1970.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 1854)-v. 1, no. 12 (Apr. 1855).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1139

Anti-Slavery Tracts
Westport, Conn., Negro Universities Press, 1970.
Volume/date range: No. 1 (1855)-no. 20 (1856); New series, no. 1
(1860)-no. 25 (1862.)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1145

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The Black Panther
Black Panther Party, Ministry of Information.
Volume/date range: v. 1-20, no. 9; 1967-Sept. 1980.
Library has: 2-20, 1968-80//
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12629

Broad Ax (1895-1927)
Suspended with June 6, 1899 issue; resumed with July 15, 1899 issue.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10890

The Brown American
Westport, Conn., Negro Universities Press, 1970.
Volume/date range: v. 1-5; 1936-1945.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1140

Chicago Daily Defender

Chicago, IL: R.S. Abbott Pub. Co., 1966-1973.
Volume/date range: Vol. 61, no. 52 (Apr. 30, 1966)-v. 68, no. 42 (Feb 17,
1973).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10887

The Colored American
Volume/date range: Began in 1893; ceased with Nov. 12, 1904.
Library has: 1898-1904
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10947

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Color Line
Mt. Vernon, N.Y.: Carver Features, 1946-1947.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1(July/Aug. 1946)-v.2, no. 6 (July/Aug.
1947)
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1146

Competitor
New York, NY: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1147

The Crisis
New York, NY: Crisis Pub. Co.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 151

Ebony
Chicago: Johnson Pub. Co., 1945-
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1945)-.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12946

The Freeman
Volume/date range: Began in 1884. Ceased in 1927.
Notes: Numbering starts over again in July 1888.
Library has: 1886-1916
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10888

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The Half-Century Magazine
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 1916)-v. 18, no. 1 (Jan.-Feb.
1925).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10118

Jet
Chicago: Johnson Pub. Co.
Volume/date range: Began publication with v. 1, Nov. 1951.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12945

Muslim Journal
Chicago, IL: American Muslims, 1985-
Volume/date range: Vol. 10, no. 29 (May 10, 1985)-
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1674

The National Freedman: A Monthly Journal of the National Freedman's Relief Association.
New York: The Association, -1866.
Volume/date range: -v. 2, no. 9 (Sept. 1866).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10337

Negro Story
Westport, Conn.: Negro Universities Press, 1970.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May-June 1944)-v. 2, no. 3 (Apr.-May
1946).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1141

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Negro World
New York, NY: 3M International Microfilm Press, 1970.
Library has: 1923-1933
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 610

New National Era
Editors: Frederick Douglass, 1870-1872; Lewis H. Douglass, Richard T. Greener, John A. Cook, 1873; Lewis H. Douglass, 1873-1874.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 35 (Sept. 8, 1870)-v. 5, no. 40 (Oct. 22, 1874).
Published as New National Era and Citizen, May 22, 1873-Feb. 26, 1874.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12508

The Pacific Appeal
San Francisco, R & E Research Associates, 1973.
Volume/date range: v. 1- Apr. 5, 1862-
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1076

The Pittsburgh Courier (1910-1950)
Ceased with v. 41, no. 31 (Aug. 12, 1950).
Location: Green Library Media Microtext Collection (UNCLASSIFIED)

The Pittsburgh Courier(1955-1966)
Volume/date range: Vol. 46, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1955)-v. 58, no. 43 (Oct. 22, 1966).
Note: Issue for Aug. 17, 1963 is centennial edition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection (UNCLASSIFIED)


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The Principia
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Physical Description: 5 v. ; 37-58 cm.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 19, 1859)-v. 5, no. 18 (Aug. 25,
1864)
Continued by: Principia and National Era
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10071
The Principia and National Era
New York, N.Y.: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: Vol. 5, no. 19 (June 29, 1865)-v. 5, no. 20 (July 6,
1865).
Continues: Principia
Continued by: New York Principia
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10071
The New York Principia
New York, N.Y.: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: Vol. 5, no. 21 (Jan. 11, 1866)-v. 5, no. 24 (Mar. 8,
1866)
Continued by: National Principia
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10071
The National Principia
New York, N.Y. : Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: Vol. 5, no. 25 (Apr. 12, 1866)-v. 5, no. 27 (June 14,
1866)
Continues: New York Principia
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10071

Race Relations
Nashville, TN: Social Science Institute, Fisk University, 1943-1948.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 1943)-v. 5, nos. 9-12 (June-Dec.,
1948).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1148

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Radical Abolitionist
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: v. 1-4, no. 5; Aug. 1855-Dec. 1858.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1142

Slavery in America
Westport, CT: Negro Universities Press, 1970.
Volume/date range: No. 1 (July 1836)-no. 14 (Aug. 1837).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 1143

The Tuskegee Messenger
Tuskegee, AL: Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, 1924-1936.
Volume/date range: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 23, 1924)-v. 12, no. 10/12
(Oct./Dec. 1936).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10531

The Voice
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.
Volume/date range: v.1-4, no.10; 1904-Oct. 1907.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection MFICHE 1144

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