Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Criminal justice and Correctional system, 1988
Contains journal essays discussing jails and prisons.
Edmund Lee Drago collection
Essays on Various African American Centers and Genealogy, 1979, and undated
Contains documents collected in prepartation for the establishment of the Avery Research Center; a archive, small museum, and cultural center for public programming.
Event Program: Health and Environmental Justice Braintrusts Joint Listening Session, 2002
Contains a newsletter and journal essays regarding racism.
Harby family papers
Collection consists of materials relating to Isaac Harby, newspaper editor and publisher, teacher, playwright, drama critic, essayist, political and social commentator, and religious reformer, and Aline Harby, Isaac's great granddaughter. Materials include a copybook containing transcriptions of Isaac Harby's early essays, written between 1802 and 1812, a poetry clipping album from the late 19th century, and a bride's book.
Isaac Harby family papers
Collection consists of the papers of journalist, playwright, educator, and religious reformer, Isaac Harby, and the Harby family. Papers include correspondence, essays, a play, and newspaper clippings relating to Isaac Harby and his descendants.
Memorial Tributes, undated
Contains correspondence, event programs, and financial records from the church Benjamin J. Whipper pastored (the church's third pastor, 1940-1997). Lucille Whipper was the Minister of Music, and also instituted a Church Tutorial Program in 1991.
Nathaniel Russell Middleton papers
Millicent E. Brown collection of the Somebody Had To Do It Project
Photocopied journal article highlighting the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in New York City.