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Collection — Box: 1-77, OS 1-34
Scope and contents The Oscar Harris collection consists of materials related to the life and career of architect and artist, Oscar Harris. It includes personal correspondence, family papers for his wife, Sylvia Harris, son Todd Harris, and copies of his parents, Oscar, Sr. and Marjorie, pharmacy school degrees. The collection also contains items related to Harris’ memoir: Oscar: The Memoir of a Master Architect, such as book excerpts, a foreword by Asa Hilliard, and some proposal information. It includes...
Dates: 1921, 1946-2016, undated; Majority of material found within 1990-2005
Collection — Box: 1-7
Scope and contents This small collection dates from 1900 to 1973 with the bulk of the materials spanning the period 1953-1971. The collection includes correspondence, programs, photographs, news articles, and publications. Most of the materials within the collection pertain to Harvey as commissioner of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. These files contain correspondence from coaches requesting information about players and rules, and discussing conflicts with the Conference. Also included in...
Dates: 1900-1973; Majority of material found within 1953-1971
Collection — Box: 1-24
Scope note Edler G. Hawkins (b. 1908 d. 1977) was Pastor of St. Augustine Presbyterian Church in the Bronx, New York for over thirty years. Under his stewardship the congregation grew to over one thousand members. As Pastor, Rev. Hawkins was very active in the Bronx community and in responding to concerns in this increasingly diverse neighborhood. He demanded and worked for better housing and equal opportunities for minorities. His concern for the community led him to run for a New York State Assembly...
Dates: 1933-1977; Majority of material found within 1933 - 1977
Collection — Box: 1-309
Scope and contents The richness of the Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers reflect the multifaceted service of a man committed to uplifting human races, particularly that of his own.Dr. Henderson, could deliver so decisive an economic strategy, ranging from inner group religious understanding to illustrating the parasitic nature of racism on national interest, that his expertise was sought instantly. The papers personify Vivian Henderson's commitment to these as well as the quiet leadership he...
Collection — Box: 1-246
Scope and contents The Asa G. Hilliard, III papers spans the years between 1933 and 2007. The bulk of the collection dates from 1971 to 2007. The collection includes organizational files from organizations of which Hilliard was a member, subject files on topics of interest, records from his work at both San Francisco State University and Georgia State University, files related to his speaking engagements, photographs and videos, and manuscripts of articles, books, speeches and reports. The collection also...
Dates: 1933-2007; Majority of material found within 1960 - 2006
Scope and contents The John Hope and Lugenia Burns Hope Papers microfilm publication contains the official and personal correspondence of the couple, their official, personal, and financial , records; their articles, essays, and speeches (manuscript and printed), and several categories of miscellaneous materials. The publication comprises about 20,000 documents on 21 rolls. The Hope Collection at Morehouse College had its origins in 1968 when the editor of this publication, Dr. Alton Hornsby, Jr.,...
Collection — Box: 61-179
Scope and contents The records of John Hope (1897-1953) include documentation on the development of what would later be called the Atlanta University Center, when Atlanta University aligned with Morehouse College and Spelman College to form an academic consortium. During Hope's eight years as president, the graduate school was launched, the Department of Fine Arts was established, and the Trevor Arnett Library was opened. The Hope Papers include correspondence, administrative and financial records for all...
Collection — Box: 1-15
Scope and contents This collection includes items that document various family members and the Zack and Camilla Hubert Foundation. Beautine Hubert DeCosta (donor of the collection) is the most documented family member within the collection. She attended Spelman College, but received her A.B. degree from Georgia State College, Savannah, Georgia in 1933. Beautine also attended Atlanta University where she received her Masters Degree from the School of Social Work in 1942. Most of her career in social work was...
Dates: 1902-2010; Majority of material found within 1952 - 1996
Scope and content note This collection contains photographs and audio recordings dating from the 1880s to the 1980s, with the bulk of materials from the middle 20th century. The photographs are arranged into three series by organization, and nine subseries where appropriate including: Buildings and grounds, Campus life, Departments, Events, Faculty and Staff, Groups and organizations, Identified groups, Unidentified groups, Identified individuals, Unidentified individuals, Class composites, and Photo albums. The...
Scope and contents
This collection contains publications produced by the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) dating from 1885 to 2003, with the bulk of materials from the middle 20th century.