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A Guide to the Papers of Julian Bond, 1897-2006

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Accession Number
13347
Title
Papers of Julian Bond 1897-2006
Physical Characteristics
Language
English

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With the exception of Series X, there are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Papers of Julian Bond, Accession #13347, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

These papers were placed at the University of Virginia on deposit by Julian Bond on June 25, 2005. They were purchased from Julian Bond by the University of Virginia Library in March 2007.


Biographical/Historical Information

Julian Bond was born in Nashville, Tennessee on January 14, 1940, to educator, Dr. Horace Mann Bond and his wife, librarian Julia Washington Bond, who had traveled there from central Georgia to have her child. In 1940, Dr. Bond was president of Fort Valley State College, a black institution in central Georgia. Julian Bond attended primary school at Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, where his father served as President, from 1945 until 1957, when Dr. Bond became dean of the School of Education at Atlanta University. His paternal grandparents were James Bond (1863-1929) born in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, and Jane Alice Browne (1865-1938), born in Prince George County, Maryland.

He graduated in June 1957 from the George School, a co-educational Quaker preparatory school located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and entered Morehouse College in Atlanta in the fall. While in Atlanta, Bond founded the Committee on Appeal for Human Rights (COAHR), the Atlanta University Center student organization that coordinated student protests against segregation in Atlanta for three years. In the summer of 1960, he also joined the staff of a new Atlanta weekly newspaper, The Atlanta Inquirer as a reporter and feature writer.

In January 1961, Julian Bond left Morehouse to become the Communications and Publicity Director for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), which was organized in 1960 at a conference of sit-in students on the campus of Atlanta University. He held that position until September 1966, traveling to Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Arkansas to help with civil rights drives and voter registration campaigns.

He served in Georgia's House of Representatives, Atlanta's 111th District, from 1966-1975 and in the Georgia State Senate from 1975-1987. Bond was first elected to a seat created by reapportionment in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1965 but was prevented from taking office in January 1966 by members of the Georgia legislature objecting to his statements about the Vietnam War. After winning a second election in February 1966, a special House Committee again voted to bar him from office. Bond won a third election in November 1966, and in December the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Georgia House erred in not allowing him to take his seat in the legislature. On January 9, 1967, he was finally allowed to take the oath of office as a member of the Georgia House of Representative.

In 1968, Bond was Co-Chairman of the Georgia Loyal National Delegation to the Democratic Convention. The Loyalists were successful in unseating the hand-picked regulars and Bond was even nominated as the Democratic Party's first black candidate for Vice-President of the United States, but he was too young to serve. He also considered his own campaign for President in 1975-1976, taking preliminary steps to run for office.

More recently, he has taught popular Civil Rights history courses at American University (beginning in 1991) and the University of Virginia (beginning in 1990), and served as Chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) from February 1998 until the present. Bond has served on many national boards and committees, including serving as the first president of the Southern Poverty Law Center in 1971 and continuing as President Emeritus; President of the Atlanta NAACP from 1978-1989; and President and Founder of the Southern Elections Fund (SEF), among many others.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of the political and personal papers of Civil Rights activist, Georgia State Senator and Representative, and professor, Julian Bond (1940-), ca. 1897-2006, with copies of earlier material, consisting of ca. 47,000 items (134 Hollinger boxes, 1 Card File Box and 3 Oversize boxes, ca. 60 linear feet).

The first series, containing articles, speeches, and papers written and delivered by Julian Bond, is arranged by date if present or by an approximate date based on the subject or other internal evidence. When there is no title present on the document, the item is identified by its subject, place of delivery, or place of publication. Series one includes multiple drafts of various speeches; articles appearing eventually in print; statements and testimony before hearings, etc.; and tributes. The information in the box listing of the guide is sometimes more comprehensive than that recorded on the folder headings themselves.

The second series consists of various types of correspondence, often with the carbon of Julian Bond's response. Some years have only the carbon of Bond's response and not the original letter. These include arrangements for speaking engagements and political appearances, even though most events were arranged for him by the American Program Bureau (see separate correspondence in Boxes 61-65); correspondence with constituents concerning issues before the Georgia legislature; requests for his photograph and biographical sketch; correspondence with political representatives from other states concerning issues of common interest before the United States Congress; correspondence with members of organizations, such as the Southern Regional Council, asking for their advice or input concerning various ideas for publications or activities that he is considering; a few topical correspondence files, such as the issue of sterilization, South Africa, and the Angela Davis case; and Georgia politics.

Other types of correspondence include derogatory or racist "crank" mail; general requests including political memorabilia, research information, copies of speeches and articles by Bond, autographs, permissions to reprint poems, articles, etc., and requests for speaking appearances (which overlaps somewhat with the regular chronological correspondence files and the American Program Bureau files).

The third series includes papers and correspondence from members of various organizations concerned with voting rights, civil rights and minority issues. The largest groups of material include the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Urban League, the Southern Elections Fund, Southern Poverty Law Center, Southern Regional Council, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and Voter Education Project.

Julian Bond's popularity as a political and civil rights speaker is evidenced by the fourth series which includes general invitations, his contracts and correspondence with the American Program Bureau, and his Political Associates files. The organization, Political Associates, is defined in a 1971 proposal as "an all-black Atlanta, Georgia based research group headed by Georgia State Representative Julian Bond" which is "initiating intensive investigations into the way black politicians - and black politics-operate."

The fifth series, Academic Papers, Speeches, and Writings, chiefly by other people, is arranged by type of material and then by author, and includes articles; books; class packets; a dissertation; interviews with Julian Bond by John Britton, William Chafe, Trevor L. Chandler, Marsha Darling, Jeffrey M. Elliot, Elizabeth Gritter, Megan Lisagor, Ulysses Prince, Plater Robinson, Thomas Rose and John Greenya, and Mr. Scavullo; papers by various scholars; poems; reports; speeches by others; student papers, many about Julian Bond; and theses.

The sixth series, political papers, is divided into a general group, which includes a lot of material about his own campaigns, Atlanta elections, endorsements and planning for black candidates, the Democratic National Committee and Conventions of 1968 and 1972, the Georgia and National Democratic parties, Georgia politics, and files on voting rights activities; and a second subseries, entirely concerned with his bid for the United States presidency in 1976.

Topical files comprise the seventh series, including both correspondence and papers about various topics of interest to Julian Bond or of use in his courses on the history of Civil Rights. Also included are files on the relationship of the Barnes Foundation and Lincoln University, once headed by Bond's father, Dr. Horace Mann Bond. Subseries B of the seventh series includes course evaluations, outlines, syllabi, research material, and lecture notes for courses taught by Julian Bond at The American University, Harvard University, and the University of Virginia.

Series eight, Family and Personal Papers, includes two subseries, the first concerning Julian Bond and the second, his extended family. His personal papers contain appointment books, activities and programs he attended, artifacts and memorabilia, honors and awards, correspondence with his family, financial files, and photographs, divided as much as possible into topics. The Bond Family subseries is chiefly concerned with Bond's parents, Horace Mann Bond and Julia Bond.

The ninth series, Publicity, includes columns written by Bond, his Georgia State Legislature newsletters, general news clippings, clippings about Julian Bond, and press releases and statements. The tenth series consists of restricted materials. The eleventh and last series consists of all audiovisual materials found in the collection, which are also catalogued individually and given a separate number.

Arrangement

Any original order has been preserved as much as possible. Files with no discernible order have been organized with similar types of material. These papers are arranged in eleven series, including:
Series I: Articles, Papers and Speeches by Julian Bond, arranged by date (Boxes 1-12)
Series II: Correspondence, including those labeled "Reading Files" (Boxes 12-36)
Series III: Organizations (Boxes 37-61)
Series IV: Invitations, Political Associates, and American Program Bureau Papers (Boxes 61-72)
Series V: Academic Papers, Speeches, and Writings, chiefly by Others, arranged by type of material and then by author (Boxes 73-80)
Series VI: Political Papers, with two subseries:
Subseries A: General (Boxes 80-93)
Subseries B: Campaign for President 1976 (Boxes 94-98)
Series VII: Topical Files, with two subseries:
Subseries A: General (Boxes 98-110)
Subseries B: Academic Course Evaluations and Lectures (Boxes 110-112)
Series VIII: Family and Personal Papers, including Photographs
Subseries A: Julian Bond (Boxes 113-122)
Subseries B: Bond Family Papers (123-126)
Series IX: Publicity including Newsletters, Press Releases, and News clippings (Boxes 127-132)
Series X: Restricted (Boxes 133-134)
Series XI: Audiovisual Materials

Contents List

Series I: Articles and Speeches by Julian Bond
Box-folder:
  • Box-folder 1:1
    Article- "Activism of the Late Mr. Allen" in New South, 1964 March
  • Box-folder 1:2
    Article- "Death of a Quiet Man: A Mississippi Postscript" in Rights and Reviews, 1965 Winter
  • Box-folder 1:3
    "Meet the Press" NBC interview with Julian Bond, 1966 January 30
  • Box-folder 1:4
    Article on "The Meaning and Measure of Black Power " Symposium in Negro Digest,1966 November
  • Box-folder 1:5
    Article-"The Story of Lewis Allen" for The Sunday Ramparts, 1967 January 15-21
  • Box-folder 1:6
    Speech- "Great Days Ahead" concerning the plight of black farmers, [ca. 1967]
  • Box-folder 1:7
    Speech concerning the possibilities of politics for black citizens given at [Tulane University?], [ca. 1968 May?]
  • Box-folder 1:8
    Speech concerning the need to act with political unity, 1968 [June?]
  • Box-folder 1:9
    Speech of Julian Bond seconding the nomination of Senator Eugene McCarthy, 1968 [August]
  • Box-folder 1:10
    Speech at Bowling Green State University concerning young people in politics, 1968 November 22
  • Box-folder 1:11
    Speech concerning blacks and the election, 1968 [November?]
  • Box-folder 1:12
    Speech concerning the United States' move toward destruction, 1968
  • Box-folder 1:13
    Symposium on the Contemporary South, "Southern Perspective", Southern Educational Television Network, Special Edition from the University of Florida, [1968?]
  • Box-folder 1:14
    Speech concerning the constituents of Julian Bond and the recent election, ca. 1968
  • Box-folder 1:15
    Speech at the Hungry Club [Forum], Atlanta, Georgia, 1969 February 12

    Lamenting the changes brought about by the Nixon administration and predicting the election of a black mayor for Atlanta.

  • Box-folder 1:16
    Speech at the Lexington Democratic Club Annual Dinner at the Plaza (Various Drafts), 1969 March 11
  • Box-folder 1:17
    Speech concerning health care for black people, 1969 June 25
  • Box-folder 1:18
    Speech-"Some Thoughts For Providing Assistance Backup For Elected Officials and Hopefuls at the Federal, State, and Local Levels", 1969 June 28
  • Box-folder 1:19
    Speech- "The Threat of Metropolitanism", 1969 June 28
  • Box-folder 1:20
    Speech concerning the political and economic future of black people in Atlanta given before the Press Club, 1969 September 3
  • Box-folder 1:21
    Speech before the Conference of Black Elected Officials, Washington, D.C. concerning the experiences of black people in the South in politics, 1969 September 14
  • Box-folder 1:22
    Speech concerning the conditions of black people, 1969 September
  • Box-folder 1:23
    Draft of an article for Playboy for their Holiday Anniversary Issue, "Bring Us Together", 1969 September
  • Box-folder 1:24
    Speech on the crisis in race on college campuses, 1969 October 8
  • Box-folder 1:25
    Address at the Dedication of W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Park, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1969 October 18
  • Box-folder 1:26
    Speech concerning the conditions of Southern blacks as compared with 1619, 1969 October
  • Box-folder 1:27
    Speech concerning the concept of "the System" and "the Establishment", 1969 October
  • Box-folder 1:28
    Speech on how politics in the South is changing, 1969 November 12
  • Box-folder 2:1
    Speech on the failures of the Nixon Administration, 1969 November
  • Box-folder 2:2
    Address of Julian Bond to the Steering Committee Meeting of the National Urban Coalition, Washington, D.C., 1969 December 10
  • Box-folder 2:3
    Speech before the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, 1969
  • Box-folder 2:4
    Article excerpted from The Humanist concerning a new vision and better tomorrow, 1969
  • Box-folder 2:5
    Speech concerning the American poor, [1969]
  • Box-folder 2:6
    Speech concerning the gap between black and white people, [1969]
  • Box-folder 2:7
    Scripts for the "Rush Towards Freedom" Television Series, 1970 January, 1970-1972

    Narrated by Julian Bond, with correspondence about the series, 1970-1972, and a negative of a Julian Bond photograph.

  • Box-folder 2:8
    Speech- "The Nature of the Crisis in Health Care Services in our Communities: as the Consumer Views the Problems", 1970 February 13

    Given before the National Health Forum, with a note to use again with speech to doctors in Atlanta on August 4th.

  • Box-folder 2:10
    Background Paper on Medical Education and the Shortage of Physicians with a note to use again with speech to doctors in Atlanta on August 4th, 1970 March 31
  • Box-folder 2:11
    Speech beginning with quote from W.E.B.Du Bois about the Problem of the 20th Century being the Color Line, 1970 March
  • Box-folder 2:12
    Introduction to the letters of George Jackson, 1970 June
  • Box-folder 2:13
    Speech concerning Black Voters and Officials delivered to the Voter Education Project, Inc., Capahosic, Virginia, 1970 July 24
  • Box-folder 2:14
    Speech given at the Philadelphia Bar Association's Friday luncheon of the Bench-Bar Conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Black Americans and Marginal Citizenship, 1970 September
  • Box-folder 2:15
    Speech concerning the Future of Democracy and Black Needs given before the [Southern Christian Leadership Conference?], 1970 October 12
  • Box-folder 2:16
    Working Outline for Julian Bond for a proposed speech in Atlanta, Georgia, written by Kelly Kidd, 1970 December 4
  • Box-folder 2:17
    Speech at the University of Massachusetts concerning what the university should or will do, 1970 December
  • Box-folder 2:18
    Speech concerning the Black Experience in America, 1970
  • Box-folder 2:19
    Speech concerning the United States as a Colonial Society, 1970
  • Box-folder 2:20
    Speech concerning black Americans and the future of democracy, 1970
  • Box-folder 2:21
    Speech concerning the threshold of a new era: environmental pollution and ecology, 1970
  • Box-folder 2:22
    Speech about Politics and the Ways Policies Ignore Black Issues, [1970]
  • Box-folder 2:23
    Speech concerning the need for black unity at a congress, [1970]
  • Box-folder 2:24
    Speech concerning black Southerners and political parity, [1970]
  • Box-folder 2:25
    Speech concerning black people and economic stability, ca. 1970
  • Box-folder 2:26
    Speech delivered to the ladies of Delta [Sigma Theta Sorority?], Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1970
  • Box-folder 2:27
    Speech concerning the Atlanta Inquirer and the black people of Atlanta, ca. 1970
  • Box-folder 3:1
    Statement on National Priorities at the National Urban Coalition, 1971 January 18
  • Box-folder 3:2
    Speech concerning opposition to the War in Southeast Asia, at the Angela Davis Rally, Miles College, Birmingham, Alabama, 1971 March 19
  • Box-folder 3:3
    Speech on the Kent State Murders, 1971 April
  • Box-folder 3:4
    Speech about the Practice of Politics and Black Voting Power, 1971 Spring
  • Box-folder 3:5
    Commencement Address to the University of Oregon, 1971 June 14
  • Box-folder 3:6
    Statement about the Vietnam War, made via the telephone to Bill Shipp, 1971 June 22
  • Box-folder 3:7
    Draft Commencement Address to Howard University, 1971 June
  • Box-folder 3:8
    Speech concerning the Role of Young People in Government given to the Georgia Youth [?], 1971 July 26
  • Box-folder 3:9
    Speech concerning Youthful Activism and the Role They Play in the Struggle for Better Conditions, 1971 August 21

    Possibly given in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  • Box-folder 3:10
    Speech- "Suburban Newspapers and the Black Community", 1971 August 30
  • Box-folder 3:11
    Commencement Address at Wilberforce College, Ohio, 1971 August
  • Box-folder 3:12
    Proposal- "Extensions on a Strategy for 1971-1972", 1971 September 2
  • Box-folder 3:13
    Speech concerning Race and Economics as Problem of the 20th Century, 1971 September 14
  • Box-folder 3:14
    Speech concerning what is wrong in the United States, before the [National Urban Coalition?], 1971 October
  • Box-folder 3:15
    Commencement Address at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, 1971
  • Box-folder 3:16
    Commencement Address at Tuskegee University, Alabama, 1971
  • Box-folder 3:17
    Speech concerning black people and the pressing issue of controlling their own lives, 1971
  • Box-folder 3:18
    Speech concerning black and poor people: steps toward more participation in politics, 1971
  • Box-folder 3:19
    Speech concerning black people and their way of life as "colonial subjects", 1971
  • Box-folder 3:20
    Speech concerning Atlanta, Georgia and stability, [1971]
  • Box-folder 3:21
    "Foreword" to If They Come In the Morning: Voices of Resistance by Angela Y. Davis and Others, [ca. 1971]
  • Box-folder 3:22
    Speech concerning political action, black people in Florida and the Presidential Primary elections, at Sanford, Florida, 1972 January 4
  • Box-folder 3:23
    Speech concerning the political status of education in the seventies, 1972 January 15
  • Box-folder 3:24
    Speech about the roles of black students in addressing the multiplicity of afflictions affecting the black community, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia, 1972 March 9
  • Box-folder 3:25
    Introduction of Julian Bond by Elmo Ellis, before his speech to the Georgia Association of Broadcasters (not present), 1972 June 16
  • Box-folder 3:26
    Speech about race and war in American life, 1972 June
  • Box-folder 3:27
    Speech about the black struggle and progress, National Urban League, St. Louis, Missouri, 1972 August 2
  • Box-folder 3:28
    Speech concerning the trial of the RNA–11 (Republic of New Africa 11), 1972 August 18

    Given at Jackson, Mississippi.

  • Box-folder 3:29
    Speech for NSA on problems of race and class, 1972 August
  • Box-folder 3:30
    Speech about the upcoming presidential election, in [New Orleans, Louisiana?], 1972 October 5
  • Box-folder 3:31
    Speeches making observations about the recent election and its effects upon black people, 1972 November
  • Box-folder 4:1
    Speech made at the Symposium on Civil Rights at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, University of Texas, 1972 December 12

    Austin, Texas, concerning the challenge of the seventies.

  • Box-folder 4:2
    Speech made before the Hungry Club [Forum, Atlanta, Georgia],

    Concerning his candidacy for one of the Democratic delegate seats from Georgia's 5th Congressional District for the March 11 Convention.

  • Box-folder 4:3
    Speech from the Alabama Voter Education Project Tour concerning Young People and Politics, 1972
  • Box-folder 4:4
    Speech concerning black people and traditional difficulties delivered to the Racial Harmony Council, 1972
  • Box-folder 4:5
    Speech concerning black bankers and businesses, ca. 1972
  • Box-folder 4:6
    Speech concerning challengers facing the American black people and possible solutions, [ca. 1972]
  • Box-folder 4:7
    Speech at Press Conference in Washington concerning the Vietnam War and the Bach Mai Hospital Emergency Relief Fund, 1973 January 2
  • Box-folder 4:8
    Speech on the health of the United States education system, 1973 February 2
  • Box-folder 4:9
    Speech at the National Urban League Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, 1973 March 29

    Discussing the choices of the 1972 Elections.

  • Box-folder 4:10
    Speech about the government's post-election attitude, 1973 May 8
  • Box-folder 4:11
    Commencement Address at Federal City College, Washington, D.C., 1973 June 17
  • Box-folder 4:12
    Commencement Address, 1973 June
  • Box-folder 4:13
    Testimony before the Commission on Delegate Selection and Party Structure, Atlanta, Georgia, 1973 July 20
  • Box-folder 4:14
    Speech before the NCDH/Southern Regional Council Housing Conference, 1973 October 15
  • Box-folder 4:15
    Speech before the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE), 1973 October 19

    Health as a pressing issue for the black community.

  • Box-folder 4:16
    Speech concerning the 1972 Presidential Election and what it meant for the voters, Chicago, Illinois, 1973 November 15
  • Box-folder 4:17
    Speech concerning South Africa, 1973
  • Box-folder 4:18
    Speech concerning the health of politics and their effect upon the nation following the resignation of President Richard Nixon, 1974
  • Box-folder 4:19
    Article concerning accountability for black politicians for Black Collegian, 1974
  • Box-folder 4:20
    Speech at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change Conference on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, 1975 January 13
  • Box-folder 4:21
    Remarks prepared for the Southern Conference of Black Mayors, Grambling, Louisiana, 1975 March 7
  • Box-folder 4:22
    Article- "Self-Defense Against Rape: The Joanne Little Case" in The Black Scholar, 1975 March
  • Box-folder 4:23
    Speech given at Villanova University, Pennsylvania, concerning race and class, 1975 April 9
  • Box-folder 4:24
    Remarks prepared for The National Council of Black Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975 June 26
  • Box-folder 4:25
    Remarks prepared for the Third Annual Convention/United Youth Adult Conference, Morris Brown College, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975 August 22
  • Box-folder 4:26
    Remarks prepared for Morehouse College Alumni Association Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio, 1975 August 30
  • Box-folder 4:27
    Speech for Project Media, Jackson, Mississippi, 1975 September 19
  • Box-folder 4:28
    Speech before the National Association of FM Broadcasters, Marriott Hotel, [Atlanta, Georgia] on the power of the media, 1975 September 20
  • Box-folder 5:1
    Speech concerning the Black Ghetto, 1975 October 17
  • Box-folder 5:2
    Speech concerning black gains as a family affair, Los Angeles, California, 1975 November 18
  • Box-folder 5:3
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the California School Boards Association, Sacramento, California, 1975 December 12
  • Box-folder 5:4
    Speech concerning the power of the media: black journalists, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:5
    Speech concerning the seventies and the black problem, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:6
    Commencement Address, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:7
    Speech concerning the Democratic Party and black people, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:8
    Speech concerning African Liberation, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:9
    Remarks prepared for the Operation P.U.S.H. Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:10
    Speech concerning blacks in society and proposed changes, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:11
    Speech concerning the Jewish question, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:12
    Speech concerning the 200th Birthday of the United States and black gains, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:13
    Speech concerning changes in the black struggle, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:14
    Tribute to Maynard Jackson, Jr., Atlanta's first black mayor (A Roast), 1975
  • Box-folder 5:15
    Speech concerning drug addiction and the black community, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:16
    Speech concerning the conditions of black America, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:17
    Speech concerning equal and integrated education, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:18
    "Minority Cooperation", 1975
  • Box-folder 5:19
    Speech- "School Desegregation in the Seventies: Perspective and Reaffirmation", 1975
  • Box-folder 5:20
    Speech concerning black politics and influence in the South, 1975
  • Box-folder 5:21
    Speech concerning young professionals and health care, 1975, 1976
  • Box-folder 5:22
    Speech concerning blacks in New York City and their condition on the eve of the Bicentennial, [1975]
  • Box-folder 5:23
    Article- "Jimmy Carter: A 'Clean' George Wallace?" for The Voice, [ca. 1975]
  • Box-folder 5:24
    Speech concerning black America: its progress and its failures, 1976 January
  • Box-folder 5:25
    Press Release- Bond will not be an independent third party candidate for President in 1976, 1976 March 15
  • Box-folder 5:26
    Speech concerning the status of black people during the Bicentennial Year, 1976 March 20
  • Box-folder 5:27
    Speech concerning Angola and the tragedy of United States foreign policy in Africa, [New York City?], 1976 Spring
  • Box-folder 5:28
    Political Diary kept by Julian Bond concerning the 1976 Election, 1976 April 11-June 11
  • Box-folder 5:29
    Speech prepared for Black Democrats Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina- "A Last- Minute Strategy for Black Democrats", 1976 April
  • Box-folder 5:30
    Press Release "Why I Can't Support Jimmy Carter", 1976 April
  • Box-folder 5:31
    Speech at the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, 1976 [June?]
  • Box-folder 5:32
    Press Release concerning NAACP and Roy Wilkins sent to the Atlanta Inquirer, 1976 July 9
  • Box-folder 5:33
    Speech concerning the election process and the political democracy, 1976 [September?]
  • Box-folder 5:34
    Speech at the Hungry Club Forum, Atlanta, Georgia, on what the elections mean for Americans, 1976 November 3
  • Box-folder 5:35
    Speech concerning the elections and their aftermath, 1976 November
  • Box-folder 5:36
    Remarks prepared for The Stadium Club and the West End Rotary Club, Atlanta, Georgia, concerning the future of South Africa, 1976 December 10
  • Box-folder 5:37
    Remarks prepared for delivery at the Marriott Motor Hotel, Los Angeles, California, concerning the Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee, 1976 December 11
  • Box-folder 6:1
    Speech concerning the progress of black people, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:2
    Speech concerning the struggle of the American underclass, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:3
    Speech concerning black professionals and their difficult task, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:4
    Speech concerning crime, justice, and reformers, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:5
    Speech about looking back upon black history, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:6
    Speech concerning the struggle of black women in America, 1976
  • Box-folder 6:7
    Speech concerning blacks in elected office, ca. 1976
  • Box-folder 6:8
    Speech concerning history of black politics, ca. 1976
  • Box-folder 6:9
    Remarks concerning Southern economic conditions before The Southern Rural Policy Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977 January 7
  • Box-folder 6:10
    Article for Black Enterprise about black people being politically impotent, [1977 January 12]
  • Box-folder 6:11
    Tribute to Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer delivered at her memorial service, Ruleville, Mississippi, 1977 March 20
  • Box-folder 6:12
    Article about the funeral of Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer in Ruleville, Mississippi, for Player's Magazine, 1977 [March]
  • Box-folder 6:13
    Statement by Julian Bond concerning the nomination of Atlanta lawyer Griffin Bell for Attorney General by Jimmy Carter, 1977 March
  • Box-folder 6:14
    Article by Julian Bond "Civil Rights Movement– to the Courtroom" in Trial Magazine, 1977 March
  • Box-folder 6:15
    Article by Julian Bond sent to M. Carl Holman of the National Urban Coalition about the new South and its development, 1977 April 21
  • Box-folder 6:16
    Article by Julian Bond sent to Michael St. John, Player's Magazine concerning the sins of Richard Nixon, 1977 May 24
  • Box-folder 6:17
    Speech concerning the challenges facing black attorneys presented to the Black American Law Students Association (BALSA), Duquesne Chapter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1977 May 27
  • Box-folder 6:18
    Speech- "Tips to the Traveling Speaker," a humorous look at potential pitfalls for the professional speech maker, 1977 June 7
  • Box-folder 6:19
    Article of tribute to Fannie Lou Hamer in Ebony Magazine, 1977 June 13
  • Box-folder 6:20
    Article on Jimmy Carter's success in Playboy Magazine, 1977 June
  • Box-folder 6:21
    Comments made at a political roast to raise money for the Henry Hutchins City Council Campaign, 1977 July 2
  • Box-folder 6:22
    Synopsis of the reprise telecast of NBC's Saturday Night Live, 1977 August 4
  • Box-folder 6:23
    Remarks prepared for the Annual Banquet, Laymen's Department, the Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc., at the Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977 August 9
  • Box-folder 6:24
    Remarks prepared for the National Student's Association, Houston, Texas, concerning the impact of student involvement, with press release, 1977 August 15
  • Box-folder 6:25
    Article-"News Stories We'd Like to See" in Players Magazine, 1977 September
  • Box-folder 6:26
    Remarks prepared for delivery at the 35th Georgia NAACP Convention, Macon Hilton, Macon, Georgia, concerning the future of black Georgians, 1977 November 12
  • Box-folder 6:27
    Speech concerning the debate over the Supreme Court case Bakke v Regents and affirmative action, given at Paschal's Motor Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977 November 29
  • Box-folder 6:28
    Speech concerning black people and the future, 1977
  • Box-folder 6:29
    Speech concerning political diversity, 1977
  • Box-folder 6:30
    Report on the SNCC meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, in the Los Angeles Times, 1977
  • Box-folder 6:31
    Speech concerning the phenomenon of black voter support for Jimmy Carter, 1977
  • Box-folder 6:32
    Speech- "Strategies for Change" The Texas Regional Conference on Alternative Policies, Arlington, Texas, 1978 February 4
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    Remarks delivered to National Drug Abuse Conference 1978, Seattle, Washington, and with some revision to the Minnesota Social Service Association, Duluth, Minnesota, on April 9, 1978, 1978 April 5, 9
  • Box-folder 6:34
    Speech- "What's Next?" before the Psychiatric Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 1978 May 10
  • Box-folder 6:35
    Article- "Issues After Bakke: Who Gets in the Lifeboat?" in Collage, 1978 December
  • Box-folder 6:36
    Speech concerning American race relations, Portland Motor Lodge, 1978
  • Box-folder 7:1
    Speeches about poverty, 1978, 1985
  • Box-folder 7:2
    Speech concerning education and the Bakke v Regents decision, ca. 1978
  • Box-folder 7:3
    Article concerning the victory of Proposition 13 in California and its Implications, [ca. 1978]
  • Box-folder 7:4
    Speech about fulfilling the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. through political action, 1979 January 13
  • Box-folder 7:5
    Speech commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1979 Jan [15?]
  • Box-folder 7:6
    Article- "What Next?" in The Pennsylvania Gazette,
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    Article- "Better Voters, Better Politicians" in Southern Exposure, 1979 Spring
  • Box-folder 7:8
    Remarks prepared for delivery to The Grant Wood Area Education Agency, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, concerning education as the most important function of state and local governments, 1979 August 19
  • Box-folder 7:9
    Remarks to the Triad Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1979 September 16
  • Box-folder 7:10
    Speech to the Lake County Association of Black Communicators, Gary, Indiana, concerning the power of the media, 1979 September 30
  • Box-folder 7:11
    Speech concerning black education and the 25th Anniversary of Brown v the Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas, 1979
  • Box-folder 7:12
    Speech concerning economic equality, 1979
  • Box-folder 7:13
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the Kansas National Education Association, Wichita, Kansas, concerning education in Georgia, 1980 April 11
  • Box-folder 7:14
    Speech before the Hungry Club Forum, Atlanta, Georgia, about black voter apathy, 1980 May 21
  • Box-folder 7:15
    Speech concerning housing for minorities and the poor, prepared for Julian Bond by Renee Huie, 1980 October 2
  • Box-folder 7:16
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the Michigan Association of Media Educators concerning education and black people, 1980 October 9
  • Box-folder 7:17
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, El Centro Convention Center, San Juan, Puerto Rico, concerning the Reagan Administration outlook, 1980 November 13
  • Box-folder 7:18
    Speech concerning student protests, ca. 1980
  • Box-folder 7:19
    Speech concerning black families, Hampton Institute, Virginia, 1981 March 26
  • Box-folder 7:20
    Speech concerning the immigrant's plight, The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981 April 2
  • Box-folder 7:21
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the International Longshoremen and Warehouse Union, Honolulu, Hawaii, concerning the movement for political and economic justice, 1981 April 29
  • Box-folder 7:22
    Speech concerning the abuses of the Ku Klux Klan, 1981 April 28
  • Box-folder 7:23
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the Consultation on Police and the Minority Community, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1981 August 15
  • Box-folder 7:24
    Speech concerning black disenfranchisement, Los Angeles, California, 1981 September 19
  • Box-folder 7:25
    Speech concerning the Voting Rights Act in 1982, 1982
  • Box-folder 7:26
    Speech concerning Ronald Reagan, 1982
  • Box-folder 7:27
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the National Association of Black Journalists, The Fairmont Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, concerning a black presidential candidate, 1983 September 8
  • Box-folder 7:28
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the Black American Political Association of California, Sacramento, California, concerning a black presidential candidate, 1983 October 8
  • Box-folder 7:29
    Speech concerning the Reagan Administration and Civil Rights, 1983
  • Box-folder 7:30
    Speech attacking the Reagan Administration's civil rights enforcement record delivered as the keynote speaker at the dinner celebration of 20th Anniversary of the passage of the 1964 Civil rights Act by the Boston Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1984 June 23
  • Box-folder 7:31
    Speech concerning the re-election of Ronald Reagan, 1984 November 14
  • Box-folder 7:32
    Speech challenging the American character, 1984
  • Box-folder 7:33
    Speech concerning politics and poverty, ca. 1984
  • Box-folder 7:34
    Speech concerning the Reagan Justice Department, 1985 April
  • Box-folder 7:35
    Speech concerning the death penalty as morally wrong, 1985 May 10
  • Box-folder 7:36
    Speech concerning Georgia's education system, 1985
  • Box-folder 7:37
    Speech concerning Central America and Nicaragua, 1985
  • Box-folder 7:38
    Speech concerning the relationship between the United States and South Africa, 1985
  • Box-folder 8:1
    Speech concerning remembering the past, 1985
  • Box-folder 8:2
    Speech delivered to the Executive Committee of the League of United Latin American Citizens, American Hotel about building communication between black and Latin American citizens, 1986 March 14
  • Box-folder 8:3
    Speech concerning politics and Democratic ideology, 1986
  • Box-folder 8:4
    Speech- "Bicentennial Speech- Blacks and the Constitution " NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., 1987 March
  • Box-folder 8:5
    Remarks prepared for delivery to the Alliance for Children, Youth and Families, Seattle, Washington, 1987 June 11
  • Box-folder 8:6
    Remarks prepared for the Opening Conference-20th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act of 1968, Des Moines, Iowa, 1988 April 8
  • Box-folder 8:7
    Keynote Address at the "New Directions in Civil Rights" Conference, 1988 May 4
  • Box-folder 8:8
    Speech concerning the Voting Rights Act Amendments, revisions of Julian Bond speech (incomplete), 1988 October 17
  • Box-folder 8:9
    Speech concerning discrimination against black voters, 1988 November 1
  • Box-folder 8:10
    Speech concerning the 1988 Presidential election, 1988 [November]
  • Box-folder 8:11
    Speech concerning equal rights in employment, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1988 December 9
  • Box-folder 8:12
    Speech concerning a review of race relations in the United States, 1988
  • Box-folder 8:13
    Speech- "A Historical Perspective of a People" delivered at the Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, 1989 February
  • Box-folder 8:14
    Speech- "Civil Rights and Wrongs" Planned Parenthood National Atlantic Region Spring Conference, Washington, D.C., 1989 May 20
  • Box-folder 8:15
    Speech- Blacks and Jews: Historical Relationship, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1989 May 25
  • Box-folder 8:16
    Speech concerning the dedication of a memorial monument to Civil Rights Martyrs, Montgomery, Alabama, 1989
  • Box-folder 8:17
    Article- "The Fight Continues: The Civil Rights Movement from the '60s through the '80s", 1990 January
  • Box-folder 8:18
    Paper- "The Movement and the Media: An Analysis of Media Coverage of the Southern Civil Rights Movement" presented at the 1990 Spring Seminar: Press, Politics and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1990 April 17
  • Box-folder 8:19
    Paper- "In Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965: Race and Politics in Twentieth-century United States. A Participant's Commentary,"1990 April 21

    Prepared for delivery before the New England Historical Association, Pine Manor College, Boston, Massachusetts

  • Box-folder 8:20
    Speech- "Race, the Press, Politics" Joan Shorenstein Barone Center, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1990 May 3
  • Box-folder 8:21
    Speech prepared for Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington Annual Luncheon, Washington, D.C., 1990 May 24
  • Box-folder 8:22
    Paper- "The Impact of Student Activism on Black Politics, 1965-1968", 1990 November 2

    Prepared for delivery at the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.

  • Box-folder 8:23
    Speech concerning the struggle of black people to achieve freedom, 1990
  • Box-folder 8:24
    Speech prepared for the NAACP Northeast Region Voting Rights Seminar, New York, New York, 1991 January 19
  • Box-folder 8:25
    OAH Keynote Address, Louisville, Kentucky, 1991 April 11

    Highlighting the problem of historical ignorance about the Civil Rights movement and the need for affirmative action.

  • Box-folder 8:26
    Speech- "Black Politics, Now and Then" delivered at Amherst College, 1991 April 17
  • Box-folder 8:27
    Speech concerning black crime and violence, delivered at the University of Virginia, Health Sciences Center, Department of Medicine, 1991 April 24
  • Box-folder 8:28
    Lecture- "Southern Student Activism: From Sit-Ins to Black Power" presented at Galveston College, The American South Lecture Series, 1991 October 30
  • Box-folder 8:29
    Speech- "The Rising Tide of Racism" delivered at the Chicago Public Library, "Society in Focus" Series of Talks, 1991 November 15
  • Box-folder 8:30
    Speech- "[19]60s Successes and [19]90s Failures"1991
  • Box-folder 8:31
    Speech concerning NAACP and affirmative action, 1992 April 23
  • Box-folder 8:32
    Article- "Civil Rights in the Popular Culture " in Southern Changes, 1992 Spring
  • Box-folder 8:33
    Speech concerning the dimensions of Thomas Jefferson's legacy, delivered at the Jefferson Conference, 1992 October 16
  • Box-folder 8:34
    Speech concerning racism and the centrality of race in American life, 1992
  • Box-folder 8:35
    Speech concerning Civil Rights movement and affirmative action, 1992
  • Box-folder 8:36
    Paper- "Some Questions for Examining Pennsylvania's Black History" delivered at the [15th Annual Black History in Pennsylvania Conference], [1992]
  • Box-folder 9:1
    Commencement speech given at the University of Virginia Law School, 1993 May 21
  • Box-folder 9:2
    Speech- "Heroes, Hope and History", 1993 November 5
  • Box-folder 9:3
    Speech concerning on how the new administration has brought our long national nightmare to an end and a review of the recent era of American politics, 1993
  • Box-folder 9:4
    Introduction for "May It Please the Court" concerning Cooper v Aaron, [1993?]
  • Box-folder 9:5
    Speech delivered at the New Jersey Black Issues Convention concerning the history of the Civil Rights movement, 1994 October
  • Box-folder 9:6
    Speech- "Historical Perspectives on Fair Lending" prepared for the Fair Lending Seminar for Chief Executive Officers, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, San Francisco, California, 1994 November 4
  • Box-folder 9:7
    Speech- "The 1965 Voting Rights Act, A Beneficiary's Commentary", 1995 April 1
  • Box-folder 9:8
    ) Lecture- "Crossing the Color Line: R & B and the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll" given at the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, Harvard University, 1995 July 17
    Teaching the History of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, 1865 to 1965.
  • Box-folder 9:9
    Speech concerning Flags as Powerful Symbols before the Southern Historical Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1995 November 10
  • Box-folder 9:10
    Speech- "The Impact of Student Activism on Black Politics ", 1995
  • Box-folder 9:11
    Speech- "In Commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 A Participant's Commentary", 1995
  • Box-folder 9:12
    Speech- "Acting Affirmatively" concerning affirmative action, 1995
  • Box-folder 9:13
    Speech concerning the Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, 1995
  • Box-folder 9:14
    Speech concerning the recent elections and the effect of the Republican majority and the "Contract with America", 1995
  • Box-folder 9:15
    Speech- "Louis Farrakhan, The Million Man March and the NAACP", 1995
  • Box-folder 9:16
    Article- "Passing the Torch? The New Generation of Student Activists" in The Black Collegian, 1996 April
  • Box-folder 9:17
    Speech concerning civic participation and the "Dixiecratization of America" delivered in Nashville, Tennessee, 1996 September 27
  • Box-folder 9:18
    Speech- "Heroes, Hope and History" concerning the Civil Rights Movement, Missouri Historical Society, 1996 November 8
  • Box-folder 9:19
    Paper- "Atlanta: Protest to Politics: A Brief History 1870 to 1980", 1997 January 12
  • Box-folder 9:20
    Speech- "Labor Teach-in", 1997 February 27
  • Box-folder 9:21
    Speech concerning the challenges faced by the teachers and scholars of the 20th century struggle for civil rights, University of Virginia, 1997 June 28
  • Box-folder 9;22
    Speech- "At the Turn of Two Centuries" Keynote Address at the Washington- Du Bois Symposium, Roanoke, Virginia, 1998 March 20
  • Box-folder 9:23
    "Meet the Press" NBC News concerning the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1998 April 5
  • Box-folder 9:24
    Speech concerning the Civil Rights Movement and the media, delivered at the Martin Luther King Jr. Conference, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1998 May 7-10
  • Box-folder 9:25
    Speech- "Civil Rights, Now & Then" at The National Press Club, 1998 May 27
  • Box-folder 9:26
    Briefing Paper on the Attacks on African American Voters in the Alabama Black Belt prepared for Meeting with U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, Julian Bond as a Member of the Delegation, 1998 June 11
  • Box-folder 9:27
    Speech- "Civil Rights, Now & Then" delivered at the Philadelphia Bar Association, 1998 June 18
  • Box-folder 9:28
    Speech concerning the relationship between the NAACP and organized labor delivered at the United Auto Workers Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1998 June 25
  • Box-folder 9:29
    Speech- "The NAACP- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" delivered at the NAACP Convention Public Mass Meeting, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998 July 12
  • Box-folder 9:30
    Speech- "The 1965 Voting Rights Act, A Beneficiary's Perspective", 1998 October 2
  • Box-folder 10:1
    Speech- "Aaron Henry Commemoration", 1999 July 2

    For this former head of the Mississippi NAACP organization and well-know civil rights figure.

  • Box-folder 10:2
    Address at the 90th Annual NAACP Convention, New York, New York, 1999 July 11
  • Box-folder 10:3
    Speech concerning the structure and operation of the NAACP and its renewed relationship with Harvard University, delivered at the Harvard Business School, 1999 December 3
  • Box-folder 10:4
    Speech- "Civil Rights, Now & Then" delivered at the University of California, Los Angeles, California, 1999
  • Box-folder 10:5
    Speech concerning the celebration of the anniversary of Brown v Board of Education and discussing the closing of the Prince Edward County schools, delivered at Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1999
  • Box-folder 10:6
    Speech concerning Affirmative Action, 1999
  • Box-folder 10:7
    Paper- "The Media and the Movement: Looking Back from the Southern Front", [1999?]
  • Box-folder 10:8
    Commencement Address at St. George's University, [Grenada?], 2000 May 12
  • Box-folder 10:9
    Commencement Address at Washington University, 2000 May 19
  • Box-folder 10:10
    Speech for the 91st NAACP Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, 2000 July 9
  • Box-folder 10:11
    Speech- "SNCC: What We Did", 2000
  • Box-folder 10:12
    Speeches-"A Race Odyssey" used in successive years, 2000, 2001, 2002
  • Box-folder 10:13
    Speech concerning the historic relationship between Blacks and Jews, 2000
  • Box-folder 10:14
    Speech delivered at the NAACP's Annual Meeting, 2001 February 17
  • Box-folder 10:15
    Speech delivered at the 92nd Annual NAACP Convention, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2001 July 8
  • Box-folder 10:16
    Speech concerning the National Housing Act of 1949 and the continued need for fair housing delivered at the Ethel Lawrence Homes Dedication, Mount Laurel, New Jersey, 2001 September 15
  • Box-folder 10:17
    Speech concerning slaves and their legacy delivered at Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia, 2001 October 6
  • Box-folder 10:18
    Speech concerning the relationship of the NAACP and the series of Presidents during their 92 year history, 2001
  • Box-folder 10:19
    Speech concerning Diversity, 2001
  • Box-folder 10:20
    Speech- "Public Intellectuals", 2002 April 12
  • Box-folder 10:21
    Speech delivered at the National Baptist Convention, USA, concerning the faith of African-Americans and the Civil Rights Movement, [2002 June?]
  • Box-folder 10:22
    Speech delivered at the NAACP Convention, George Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas, 2002 July 7
  • Box-folder 10:23
    Speech delivered at the University of Virginia Anti-war Rally, 2002 November 20
  • Box-folder 10:24
    Article- "Relic of Past Overstayed His Welcome" concerning Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, 2002 December 5
  • Box-folder 10:25
    Speech concerning affirmative action, 2002
  • Box-folder 10:26
    Speech concerning the role of civil rights organizations in today's racial climate, 2002
  • Box-folder 10:27
    Speech delivered at the 2003 NAACP Convention, Miami, Florida, 2003 July 13
  • Box-folder 10:28
    Speech concerning James Bond for Berea College Founder's Day, Berea College, Kentucky, 2003 October 10
  • Box-folder 10:29
    Speech- "SNCC: What We Did" with corrections, additions, and annotations, 2003
  • Box-folder 10:30
    Speech before lawyers about his experiences in the judicial system, 2003
  • Box-folder 10:31
    Speech concerning the practice of law and its inequities, 2003
  • Box-folder 10:32
    Speech- "Acting Affirmatively", 2003
  • Box-folder 11:1
    Speech delivered at the National Abortion Rights Action League concerning Roe v Wade 31st Anniversary, 2004 January 22
  • Box-folder 11:2
    Speech delivered to the 2004 NAACP Convention, Philadelphia Convention Center, Pennsylvania, 2004 July 11
  • Box-folder 11:3
    Speech- "The Broken Promise of 'Brown v Board of Education' with Research Material", 2004
  • Box-folder 11:4
    Speech concerning the American Civil Liberties Union, Earl Warren, and Race in American politics, 2004
  • Box-folder 11:5
    Speech- "The 1965 Voting Rights Act, A Beneficiary's Perspective", 2004
  • Box-folder 11:6
    Speech delivered at [Lincoln University ?], 2004
  • Box-folder 11:7
    Speech- "Campaign for America's Future", 2004
  • Box-folder 11:8
    Speech delivered before the Florida State branch of the NAACP, ca. 2004
  • Box-folder 11:9
    Speech delivered at the NAACP Annual Meeting, 2005 February 19
  • Box-folder 11:10
    Speech accepting the Hubert Humphrey Award at the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Dinner, 2005 May 4
  • Box-folder 11:11
    Speech accepting the award at the 2005 Human Rights Campaign Dinner, Washington, D.C., 2005 October 1
  • Box-folder 11:12
    Speech concerning the crisis in black schools, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:13
    Speech delivered to the Congress of African People, Atlanta, Georgia, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:14
    Commencement Address delivered to Columbia University Journalism School, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:15
    Paper/Speech concerning the "Necessity of Communication, Closeness, and Togetherness Among Black People", n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:16
    Speech concerning blacks engaging in a new politics (miscellaneous version, some incomplete), n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:17
    Speech concerning housing and urban development: Congressional Black Caucus' series of recommendations to President Nixon, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:18
    Speech concerning hunger and malnutrition in the United States, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:19
    Speech concerning juvenile delinquency, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:20
    Speech concerning the Legal Defense Fund, the legal arm of the movement, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:21
    Speech concerning mass participation in Civil Rights Movement, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:22
    Speech concerning the commitment of the NAACP to an Interracial democracy (draft for Myrlie Evers-Williams), n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:23
    Speech concerning politics and the debate surrounding welfare programs, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:24
    Speech concerning new faces in Washington conditions for poor black people, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:25
    Speech concerning the black college: its effect upon black people and opportunity, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:26
    Speech concerning Civil Rights Movement overview, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:27
    Speech concerning the crisis facing black schools, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:28
    Speech concerning the role of the university, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:29
    Speech- "Today's Youth Tomorrow's Leaders", n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:30
    Speech concerning welfare initiatives for minorities, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:31
    Article "Are Gay Rights Civil Rights?" in Ebony, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:32
    Article concerning the need for a Network for Black Issues in Players Magazine, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:33
    Article on Atlanta and the "new South", n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:34
    Speech-"Passing the Torch?", n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:35
    [Article?]- "James Forman", n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:36
    Article- "Politics Makes a Difference" in Southern Exposure, n.d.
  • Box-folder 11:37
    Speech- "Majority Rule and Black Rights", n.d.
  • Box-folder 12:1
    Speeches- Incomplete, n.d.
  • Box-folder 12:2
    Speech File Material, 1945-1976
  • Box-folder 12:3
    Speech File Material, n.d.
Series II: Correspondence
  • Box-folder 12:4
    Correspondence, 1967 February 3-14
  • Box-folder 12:5
    Correspondence, February 15-29
  • Box-folder 12:6
    Correspondence, 1967 March
  • Box-folder 12:7
    Correspondence, 1967 April-May
  • Box-folder 12:8
    Correspondence, 1967 June
  • Box-folder 12:9
    Correspondence, 1967 July
  • Box-folder 13:1
    Correspondence, 1967 August-December
  • Box-folder 13:2
    Correspondence, 1968 January-February
  • Box-folder 13:3
    Correspondence, 1968 March-May
  • Box-folder 13:4
    Correspondence, 1968 June-July
  • Box-folder 13:5
    Correspondence, 1968 September
  • Box-folder 13:6
    Correspondence, 1968 October 1-21
  • Box-folder 13:7
    Correspondence, 1968 October 22-November
  • Box-folder 14:1
    Correspondence, 1968 December
  • Box-folder 14:2
    Correspondence, 1969 February-September
  • Box-folder 14:3
    Correspondence, 1969 October
  • Box-folder 14:4
    Correspondence, 1969 November
  • Box-folder 14:5
    Correspondence, 1969 December
  • Box-folder 14:6
    Correspondence, 1970 January
  • Box-folder 14:7
    Correspondence, 1970 February
  • Box-folder 14:8
    Correspondence, 1970 March
  • Box-folder 14:9
    Correspondence, 1970 April-May
  • Box-folder 15:1
    Correspondence, 1970 June-July
  • Box-folder 15:2
    Correspondence, 1970 August-September
  • Box-folder 15:3
    Correspondence, 1970 October-December
  • Box-folder 15:4
    Correspondence, 1971 January-February
  • Box-folder 15:5
    Correspondence, 1971 March-May
  • Box-folder 15:6
    Correspondence, 1971 June-July
  • Box-folder 15:7
    Correspondence, 1971 August-September
  • Box-folder 16:1
    Correspondence, 1971 October-December
  • Box-folder 16:2
    Correspondence, 1972 January-March
  • Box-folder 16:3
    Correspondence, 1972 April-May
  • Box-folder 16:4
    Correspondence, 1972 June-July
  • Box-folder 16:5
    Correspondence, 1972 August-September
  • Box-folder 16:6
    Correspondence, 1972 October-December
  • Box-folder 16:7
    Correspondence, 1973 January
  • Box-folder 17:1
    Correspondence, 1973 July
  • Box-folder 17:2
    Correspondence, 1973 September-December
  • Box-folder 17:3
    Correspondence, 1974 January
  • Box-folder 17:4
    Correspondence, 1974 February-1-15
  • Box-folder 17:5
    Correspondence, 1974 February 20-28
  • Box-folder 17:6
    Correspondence, 1974 March
  • Box-folder 17:7
    Correspondence, 1974 April 1-17
  • Box-folder 17:8
    Correspondence, 1974 April 17-30
  • Box-folder 18:1
    Correspondence, 1974 May 1-20
  • Box-folder 18:2
    Correspondence, 1974 May 21-31
  • Box-folder 18:3
    Correspondence, 1974 June
  • Box-folder 18:4
    Correspondence, 1974 July
  • Box-folder 18:5
    Correspondence, 1974 September
  • Box-folder 18:6
    Correspondence, 1974 October-December
  • Box-folder 18:7
    Correspondence, 1975 January
  • Box-folder 18:8
    Correspondence, 1975 February
  • Box-folder 18:9
    Correspondence, 1975 March
  • Box-folder 18:10
    Correspondence, 1975 April
  • Box-folder 19:1
    Correspondence, 1975 May
  • Box-folder 19:2
    Correspondence, 1975 June
  • Box-folder 19:3
    Correspondence, 1975 July
  • Box-folder 19:4
    Correspondence, 1975 August
  • Box-folder 19:5
    Correspondence, 1975 September
  • Box-folder 19:6
    Correspondence, 1975 October
  • Box-folder 19:7
    Correspondence, 1975 November
  • Box-folder 19:8
    Correspondence, 1975 December
  • Box-folder 19:9
    Correspondence, 1976 January
  • Box-folder 19:10
    Correspondence, 1976 February
  • Box-folder 19:11
    Correspondence, 1976 March
  • Box-folder 19:12
    Correspondence, 1976 April
  • Box-folder 19:13
    Correspondence, 1976 May
  • Box-folder 19:14
    Correspondence, 1976 June
  • Box-folder 19:15
    Correspondence, 1976 July
  • Box-folder 20:1
    Correspondence, 1976 August
  • Box-folder 20:2
    Correspondence, 1976 September
  • Box-folder 20:3
    Correspondence, 1976 October
  • Box-folder 20:4
    Correspondence, 1976 November
  • Box-folder 20:5
    Correspondence, 1976 December
  • Box-folder 20:6
    Correspondence, 1977 Jan
  • Box-folder 20:7
    Correspondence, 1977 February
  • Box-folder 20:8
    Correspondence, 1977 March
  • Box-folder 20:9
    Correspondence, 1977 April
  • Box-folder 20:10
    Correspondence, 1977 May
  • Box-folder 20:11
    Correspondence, 1977 June
  • Box-folder 21:1
    Correspondence, 1977 July
  • Box-folder 21:2
    Correspondence, 1977 August
  • Box-folder 21:3
    Correspondence, 1977 September
  • Box-folder 21:4
    Correspondence, n.d.
  • Box-folder 21:5
    Correspondence- Derogatory Letters, ca. 1969-79, 1988
  • Box-folder 21:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1967 December
  • Box-folder 21:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1968 January-August
  • Box-folder 21:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1968 September 1-10
  • Box-folder 21:9
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1968 September 11-30, n.d.
  • Box-folder 21:10
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1968 October
  • Box-folder 22:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1968 November-December
  • Box-folder 22:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 January-February
  • Box-folder 22:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 March
  • Box-folder 22:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 April
  • Box-folder 22:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 May
  • Box-folder 22:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 June-August
  • Box-folder 22:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 September-October
  • Box-folder 22:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 November
  • Box-folder 23:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1969 December
  • Box-folder 23:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 January
  • Box-folder 23:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 February
  • Box-folder 23:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 March-April
  • Box-folder 23:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 May
  • Box-folder 23:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 June-July
  • Box-folder 23:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 August-September
  • Box-folder 24:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 October-November
  • Box-folder 24:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 December
  • Box-folder 24:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1970 January
  • Box-folder 24:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 February-March
  • Box-folder 24:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 April
  • Box-folder 24:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 May
  • Box-folder 24:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 June
  • Box-folder 24:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 July
  • Box-folder 25:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 August
  • Box-folder 25:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 September
  • Box-folder 25:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 October
  • Box-folder 25:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 November 1-19
  • Box-folder 25:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1971 November 21-December
  • Box-folder 25:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1972 January -July
  • Box-folder 25:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1972 August-September
  • Box-folder 25:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1972 October-December
  • Box-folder 26:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 January
  • Box-folder 26:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 February 1-11
  • Box-folder 26:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 February 12-28
  • Box-folder 26:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 March-April
  • Box-folder 26:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 May
  • Box-folder 26:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 June
  • Box-folder 26:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 July
  • Box-folder 26:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 August-September
  • Box-folder 27:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 October
  • Box-folder 27:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1973 November-December
  • Box-folder 27:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1974 March 1-15
  • Box-folder 27:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1974 March 16-31
  • Box-folder 27:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1974 May
  • Box-folder 27:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1975 January-September
  • Box-folder 27:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 January-May
  • Box-folder 27:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 June
  • Box-folder 27:9
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 July
  • Box-folder 28:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 August
  • Box-folder 28:2
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 September
  • Box-folder 28:3
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 October
  • Box-folder 28:4
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1976 November-December
  • Box-folder 28:5
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1977 January-February
  • Box-folder 28:6
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1977 March-April
  • Box-folder 28:7
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1977 May
  • Box-folder 28:8
    Correspondence- General Requests, 1977 June-November
  • Box-folder 29:1
    Correspondence- General Requests, n.d.
  • Box-folder 29:2
    Correspondence- Individuals- "A" through "E", 1961, 1967-2004

    Correspondents include: Archie E. Allen, Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), Dan Bernstein, Kay Boyle, Carol Moseley Braun, Justice Stephen Breyer, Erin Brockovich-Ellis, Stokeley Carmichael (Kwame Ture), Georgia Senator Hugh Carter, Linda Chavez-Thompson, Representative Shirley Chisholm, Senator Max Cleland, William Cohen, John Conyers, Jr., W.E.B. Du Bois (autographed program), Governor Michael F. Easley, Senator John Edwards, and Myrlie Evers-Williams.

  • Box-folder 29:3
    Correspondence- Individuals- "F" through "K", 1960-2004

    Correspondents include: James Farmer, Senator Russell D.Feingold, David Franklin, June Franklin, Dr. John K. Fryer, Nikki Giovanni, Governor Parris N. Glendening, Senator Philip A. Hart, Chester Hartman, Jesse Jackson (autographed speech), Mayor Maynard Jackson, Senator Jacob K. Javits, Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., and Senator John Kerry

  • Box-folder 29:4
    Correspondence- Individuals- "L" through "W", 1964-2004

    Correspondents include: John Lewis, Walter F. Mondale, Elijah Muhammad (Messenger of Allah, Nation of Islam), Jeff Nesmith, Senator Sam Nunn, Huey P. Newton (Black Panther Party), Adam Clayton Powell, Ann Richards (autographed keynote address for the 1988 Democratic Convention), Donald Rumsfeld, Senator Richard B. Russell, Timothy J. Russert (NBC News), Ken Salazar, Senator Paul S. Sarbanes, Bishop Paul L. Seitz, Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, Representative Louis Stokes, Percy Sutton, Senator Strom Thurmond, Ahmed Sekou Toure, Representative Morris K. Udall, Governor George C. Wallace, Roy Wilkins (NAACP), and Oprah Winfrey.

  • Box-folder 29:5
    Correspondence- Individuals- Clarence Avant, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 29:6
    Correspondence- Individuals- Richard W. Bruner, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 29:7
    Correspondence- Individuals- President Bill Clinton, 1992-1999
  • Box-folder 29:8
    Correspondence- Individuals- Ivanhoe Donaldson, 1970-1971
  • Box-folder 29:9
    Correspondence- Individuals- Bert Gilden, 1969, 1970
  • Box-folder 29:10
    Correspondence- Individuals- Mayor Richard Hatcher, 1969-1976
  • Box-folder 29:11
    Correspondence- Individuals- Parker Hudson, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 29:12
    Correspondence- Individuals- Hubert H. Humphrey, 1968 July 10, 11
  • Box-folder 29:13
    Correspondence- Individuals- Kivie Kaplan, 1971-1973
  • Box-folder 29:14
    Correspondence- Individuals- Senator Edward M. Kennedy, 1968-1998
  • Box-folder 29:15
    Correspondence- Individuals- Ethel S. Kennedy, including a photograph of Robert Kennedy, 1968-1970
  • Box-folder 29:16
    Correspondence- Individuals- Coretta Scott King, 1970, 1989
  • Box-folder 29:17
    Correspondence- Individuals- Senator George McGovern, 1970-1974
  • Box-folder 29:18
    Correspondence- Individuals- Sam Massell, 1969
  • Box-folder 29:19
    Correspondence- Individuals- Attorney Howard Moore, 1969-1971
  • Box-folder 29:20
    Correspondence- Individuals- Charles J. Negaro, 1969-1971
  • Box-folder 29:21
    Correspondence- Individuals- Johnny E. Parham, Jr. (Curber Associates, Inc.), 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 29:22
    Correspondence- Individuals- David Pearson (Associates), 1970-1971
  • Box-folder 29:23
    Correspondence- Individuals- Donald O. Peterson, 1969
  • Box-folder 29:24
    Correspondence- Individuals- Rosser Reeves, 1969
  • Box-folder 29:25
    Correspondence- Individuals- Mayor Carl B. Stokes, 1969-1970, 1992
  • Box-folder 29:26
    Correspondence- Individuals- Andrew Young, 1971, 1976
  • Box-folder 30:1
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1967-1968
  • Box-folder 30:2
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1969 April-August
  • Box-folder 30:3
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1969 September-October
  • Box-folder 30:4
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1969 November-December
  • Box-folder 30:5
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1970 January-February
  • Box-folder 30:6
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1970 March
  • Box-folder 30:7
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1970 April-November
  • Box-folder 30:8
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1972 January-April
  • Box-folder 31:1
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1972 May
  • Box-folder 31:2
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1972 June-August
  • Box-folder 31:3
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1972 September-December
  • Box-folder 31:4
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1974 February-October
  • Box-folder 31:5
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1974 November-December
  • Box-folder 31:6
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1975 January-February
  • Box-folder 31:7
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1975 March
  • Box-folder 31:8
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1975 April-November
  • Box-folder 31:9
    Correspondence- Letters of Support, 1977
  • Box-folder 32:1
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1967-1968
  • Box-folder 32:2
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1969
  • Box-folder 32:3
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1970
  • Box-folder 32:4
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1971 January-September
  • Box-folder 32:5
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1971 October-December
  • Box-folder 32:6
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1972-1973
  • Box-folder 32:7
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1975-1976 June
  • Box-folder 33:1
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1976 July-December
  • Box-folder 33:2
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1977 January -March
  • Box-folder 33:3
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1977 April-May
  • Box-folder 33:4
    Correspondence- Media Requests, 1977 June-1978, 1982
  • Box-folder 33:5
    Correspondence- Request for Donation, 1969
  • Box-folder 33:6
    Correspondence- Request for Donation, 1971
  • Box-folder 33:7
    Correspondence- Request for Endorsements, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 33:8
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1968
  • Box-folder 33:9
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1969
  • Box-folder 33:10
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1970 January-May
  • Box-folder 33:11
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1970 June-December
  • Box-folder 33:12
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1971 January-August
  • Box-folder 34:1
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1971 September-October
  • Box-folder 34:2
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1972 February-August
  • Box-folder 34:3
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1972 September-October
  • Box-folder 34:4
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1973
  • Box-folder 34:5
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1974
  • Box-folder 34:6
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1975
  • Box-folder 34:7
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1976 January-June
  • Box-folder 34:8
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1976 July-August
  • Box-folder 34:9
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1976 September-December
  • Box-folder 35:1
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1977 January-March
  • Box-folder 35:2
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1977 April-May
  • Box-folder 35:3
    Correspondence- Request for Legal Aid, 1977 June-November, 1985
  • Box-folder 35:4
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1968-1969
  • Box-folder 35:5
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1970
  • Box-folder 35:6
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1971
  • Box-folder 35:7
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1972
  • Box-folder 35:8
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1973
  • Box-folder 35:9
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1974
  • Box-folder 35:10
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1975
  • Box-folder 35:11
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1976
  • Box-folder 35:12
    Correspondence- Request for Military Aid, 1977
  • Box-folder 36:1
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Griffin Bell Hearings, 1977
  • Box-folder 36:2
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Black Business and Enterprises, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 36:3
    Correspondence- Colleges and Universities, 1971-2002
  • Box-folder 36:4
    Correspondence- Topical concerning the Angela Davis Case, 1971
  • Box-folder 36:5
    Correspondence- Topical concerning the Israel/Jewish Question, 1974-1977
  • Box-folder 36:6
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Julian Bond: Black Rebel by John Neary, 1970-1971
  • Box-folder 36:7
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Newsletter/Journal on Black Politics, 1969-1970 July
  • Box-folder 36:8
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Newsletter/Journal on Black Politics, 1970 August-1973, n.d
  • Box-folder 36:9
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Photographs of Julian Bond, 1969-1974, 1995, n.d.
  • Box-folder 36:10
    Correspondence- Topical concerning South Africa, 1977
  • Box-folder 36:11
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Sterilization Controversy, 1973
  • Box-folder 36:12
    Correspondence- Topical concerning Fletcher Thompson and a Job Corps Training Center for Atlanta, 1969
Series III: Organizations
  • Box-folder 37:1
    "A" Organizations, 1963-1976, 2004
  • Box-folder 37:2
    The African-American Institute, 1973-1977
  • Box-folder 37:3
    The African-American Institute- The African-American Dialogue Remarks and Statements, 1973 December
  • Box-folder 37:4
    Alliance for Labor Action, 1969
  • Box-folder 37:5
    American Civil Liberties Union, 1967-1977
  • Box-folder 37:6
    American Civil Liberties Union- Directories, 1973-1976
  • Box-folder 37:7
    American Civil Liberties Union- Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committees, 1969
  • Box-folder 37:8
    American Civil Liberties Union- Prison Law Project, 1971-1972
  • Box-folder 37:9
    American Hospital Association, 1971
  • Box-folder 37:10
    Atlanta Black Draft Advisors, 1971
  • Box-folder 37:11
    The Atlanta Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1966, n.d.
  • Box-folder 37:12
    Atlanta Region Metropolitan Planning Commission, 1966
  • Box-folder 37:13
    Atlanta University Center, 1969-1973
  • Box-folder 37:14
    Atlanta University Center Civil Rights Movement 1960-1990 Anniversary, 1990
  • Box-folder 38:1
    "B" Organizations, 1971-1976
  • Box-folder 38:2
    Black American Law Students Association (BALSA), 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 38:3
    Black Economic Development Council, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 38:4
    Black Economic Research Center, 1970-1972
  • Box-folder 38:5
    Black Educational Services, Inc, 1969-1971
  • Box-folder 38:6
    Black Enterprise, 1969-1973, 1977
  • Box-folder 38:7
    Black Marines of New Jersey, 1976
  • Box-folder 38:8
    Black Radical Congress, 1998 June 19-21
  • Box-folder 38:9
    Black-Pac, Inc. (Black Political Action Committee), 1980-1982
  • Box-folder 38:10
    Butterfly Youth Foundation- Summers in the South Proposal, 1975
  • Box-folder 38:11
    "C" Organizations, 1968-1977
  • Box-folder 38:12
    Center for Community Change, 1968-1970
  • Box-folder 38:13
    Center for Community Change, 1971
  • Box-folder 38:14
    Center for Democratic Renewal, 1998
  • Box-folder 38:15
    Center for Responsible Lending, 2002-2004
  • Box-folder 39:1
    Citizens Board of Inquiry into Health Services for Americans, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 39:2
    Citizens Board of Inquiry into Health Services for Americans, 1971-1972
  • Box-folder 39:3
    Citizens Board of Inquiry into Health Services for Americans- Report, 1971
  • Box-folder 39:4
    Citizen's Commission on Civil Rights, 1996, 2001
  • Box-folder 39:5
    Commission for Racial Justice, 1971-1973, 1977
  • Box-folder 39:6
    Committee for Community Affairs, 1969-1971
  • Box-folder 39:7
    Common Cause, 1970-1972
  • Box-folder 39:8
    Community Education and Action Organization- Proposal, 1968, n.d.
  • Box-folder 39:9
    Community Relations Commission, 1968-1971
  • Box-folder 39:10
    Congress of African People, 1970-1972
  • Box-folder 39:11
    Congressional Action Fund, 1972
  • Box-folder 39:12
    Constituency for Africa (CFA), 2004
  • Box-folder 39:13
    Cornerstone Project, Inc., 1969
  • Box-folder 40:1
    "D" through "F" Organizations, 1966, 1970-1977
  • Box-folder 40:2
    The Delta Ministry, 1969
  • Box-folder 40:3
    Eldridge Cleaver Defense Committee, 1975-1977
  • Box-folder 40:4
    The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers- Honorary Advisory Board, 2001
  • Box-folder 40:5
    Federal Communications Commission, 1967-1968, 1975
  • Box-folder 40:6
    Federation of Southern Cooperatives, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 40:7
    Free Southern Theater, 1970-1971
  • Box-folder 40:8
    Free Southern Theater, 1972-1974
  • Box-folder 40:9
    Freedom to Marry, 2004
  • Box-folder 40:10
    "G" through "J " Organizations, 1967-1976
  • Box-folder 40:11
    Georgia Association for Black Elected Officials, 1977
  • Box-folder 40:12
    Georgia Council on Human Relations, 1968-1971
  • Box-folder 40:13
    Georgia Student Rural Project-Proposal, n.d.
  • Box-folder 40:14
    Govolution- Board of Advisors, 2000
  • Box-folder 41:1
    Harvard Business School's Initiative on Social Enterprise, 2001-2002
  • Box-folder 41:2
    Harvard Business School's Initiative on Social Enterprise- Advisory Board, 2001-2002
  • Box-folder 41:3
    Highlander Research and Education Center, 1968-1973
  • Box-folder 41:4
    Institute for Southern Studies, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 41:5
    The Institute of the Black World, 1971-1976
  • Box-folder 41:6
    The International Eye Foundation, 1996-1997
  • Box-folder 41:7
    Isaac Hayes Foundation, 1971
  • Box-folder 41:8
    Job Corps Center, Atlanta, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 41:9
    Joint Center for Political Studies, 1970-1977
  • Box-folder 41:10
    Joint Center for Urban Environmental Studies, 1976-1977
  • Box-folder 41:11
    "L" through "M" Organizations, 1969-1976
  • Box-folder 42:1
    Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1968-1970
  • Box-folder 42:2
    Legal Education Grants to Assist Minorities, Inc., 1972
  • Box-folder 42:3
    The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Center, 1968-1973
  • Box-folder 42:4
    Mary Holmes College Fund, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 42:5
    The Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Committee, 1970
  • Box-folder 42:6
    Medgar Evers Instititute, 2004
  • Box-folder 42:7
    Metropolitan Applied Research Center, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 42:8
    Metropolitan Atlanta Association for the Blind, Inc., 1972-1973
  • Box-folder 42:9
    Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), 1973, 1977, 1979
  • Box-folder 42:10
    Morehouse College, 1968-1979
  • Box-folder 42:11
    "N" Organizations, 1970-1976
  • Box-folder 42:12
    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (hereafter abbreviated as NAACP), 1969-1977
  • Box-folder 43:1
    NAACP- Abortion and Blacks, 2003-2004, n.d.
  • Box-folder 43:2
    NAACP- Advocacy and Policy Committee, [2005], n.d.
  • Box-folder 43:3
    NAACP- Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO), 1996-1998, n.d.
  • Box-folder 43:4
    NAACP- Articles and News clippings, 1983-2004, n.d.
  • Box-folder 43
    NAACP- Articles and News clippings, 1999 July 18
    Matted and oversize.

    One New York Daily News clipping about Julian Bond and Kweisi Mfume.

  • Box-folder 43:5
    NAACP- Atlanta Branch, 1977 January-May
  • Box-folder 43:6
    NAACP- Atlanta Branch, 1977 June-December
  • Box-folder 43:7
    NAACP- Awards and Scholarship Committee, 1996, n.d.
  • Box-folder 43:8
    NAACP- Board of Directors, 1987-2005
  • Box-folder 43:9
    NAACP- Board of Directors - Minutes, 1998-1999
  • Box-folder 43:10
    NAACP- Board of Directors- Retreats and Self-Assessments, 1996-2000
  • Box-folder 43:11
    NAACP- Board of Directors- Retreats and Self-Assessments, 2002-2005
  • Box-folder 43:12
    NAACP- Board of Directors- Terms of Service, 2003
  • Box-folder 43:13
    NAACP- Branches and Chapters, 1995-2000
  • Box-folder 44:1
    NAACP- Campaign Finance Litigation and Reform, 1996-1997
  • Box-folder 44:2
    NAACP- Campaign Finance Litigation and Reform, 1999-2001, n.d.
  • Box-folder 44:3
    NAACP- Centennial Program Taskforce, 2003-2004
  • Box-folder 44:4
    NAACP- Chairmanship of Julian Bond, 1998-2003
  • Box-folder 44:5
    NAACP- Chief Executive Assessments, 1997-2004
  • Box-folder 44:6
    NAACP- Code of Ethics, n.d.
  • Box-folder 44:7
    NAACP- Committees, 1998-2003
  • Box-folder 44:8
    NAACP- Compensation Study Progress Report, 2001
  • Box-folder 44:9
    NAACP- Confederate Flag Protest and Boycott, 1999
  • Box-folder 44:10
    NAACP- Constitution, 1996-2000
  • Box-folder 44:11
    NAACP- Corporate Reorganization, 1996-2004
  • Box-folder 44:12
    NAACP-Correspondence, 1989-2005

    Correspondents include: Benjamin L. Hooks and Myrlie Evers-Williams.

  • Box-folder 44:13
    NAACP- Correspondence congratulating Bond on his Chairmanship, 1998
    Including: Congressman Dick Armey, William Cohen, Senator Paul Coverdell, Congressman Elijah E. Cummings, Elizabeth Dole, Governor Parris N. Glendening, Senator J. Robert Kerry, Coretta Scott King, Congressman John Lewis, Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Senator Howard M. Metzenbaum, Carol Moseley-Braun, Robert H. Schuller, Rodney E. Slater, Governor Christine Todd Whitman.
  • Box-folder 45:1
    NAACP- The Crisis, 1993-1996 February
  • Box-folder 45:2
    NAACP- The Crisis, 1996 March-1999
  • Box-folder 45:3
    NAACP- The Crisis, 2000-2005
  • Box-folder 45:4
    NAACP- The Crisis Seattle Branch Freedom Fund Banquet, 2004
  • Box-folder 45:5
    NAACP- Death Penalty, 2001
  • Box-folder 45:6
    NAACP- Development Office Packet, 2005
  • Box-folder 45:7
    NAACP- Economic Reciprocity Initiative, 1997-1998
  • Box-folder 45:8
    NAACP- Employee Handbook, 1997, 2004
  • Box-folder 45:9
    NAACP- Environment, 2003-2005
  • Box-folder 45:10
    NAACP- Foreign Affairs, 1997
  • Box-folder 45:11
    NAACP- Fundraising, 1999-2003
  • Box-folder 45:12
    NAACP-Gay Marriage, 1997-2004, n.d.
  • Box-folder 46:1
    NAACP- Dr. William F. Gibson, Controversy concerning, 1991-1994 November
  • Box-folder 46:2
    NAACP- Dr. William F. Gibson, Controversy concerning, 1994 Dec -1995, n.d.
  • Box-folder 46:3
    NAACP- Headquarters Operations, 1998-1999
  • Box-folder 46:4
    NAACP- Headquarters Relocation, 1999-2002
  • Box-folder 46:5
    NAACP- History (copies), 1914-1933
  • Box-folder 46:6
    NAACP- History (copies), 1945-1977
  • Box-folder 46:7
    NAACP- History (partial copies), 1983-2000, n.d.
  • Box-folder 46:8
    NAACP- HIV/AIDS, 1996-2004
  • Box-folder 46:9
    NAACP- Image Awards, 2002-2004
  • Box-folder 46:10
    NAACP- Information Packet, 2003
  • Box-folder 47:1
    NAACP- Internal Revenue Service, 2003-2005
  • Box-folder 47:2
    NAACP- Issue Organizing Center, 2001
  • Box-folder 47:3
    NAACP- Leadership in the 21st Century, 1995-1998
  • Box-folder 47:4
    NAACP- Meetup.com, 2003, n.d.
  • Box-folder 47:5
    NAACP- Membership, 1997-2000, n.d.
  • Box-folder 47:6
    NAACP- Memoranda, 1996-2002
  • Box-folder 47:7
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Articles concerning, 2003-2005
  • Box-folder 47:8
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Contract with, 1998-1999
  • Box-folder 47:9
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Contract with, 2000-2001 April
  • Box-folder 47:10
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Contract with, 2001 June 2002
  • Box-folder 47:11
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Contract with, 2003-2005, n.d.
  • Box-folder 48:1
    NAACP- CEO Kweisi Mfume, Resignation of, 2004-2005
  • Box-folder 48:2
    NAACP- Miscellaneous, 1937-2004
  • Box-folder 48:3
    NAACP- National Internet Program, 1996-2003
  • Box-folder 48:4
    NAACP- National Voter Fund, 2000-2005
  • Box-folder 48:4
    NAACP- National Voter Fund Final Media Report Part I- National Coverage, 2000 September-2001 January
    Oversize white notebook.
  • Box-folder 48:4
    NAACP- National Voter Fund Final Media Report Part II- Regional Coverage, 2000 September-2001 January
    Oversize white notebook.
  • Box-folder 48:5
    NAACP- National Voter Fund and the Presidential Election in Florida, 2000
  • Box-folder 48:6
    NAACP- National Voter Fund Communications, 2000
  • Box-folder 48:7
    NAACP- Payday Lending Issue, 2000-2005, n.d.
  • Box-folder 48:8
    NAACP- Policies, 1999-2004, n.d.
  • Box-folder 48:9
    NAACP- Programs, 1981-1998, n.d.
  • Box-folder 48:10
    NAACP- Religious Affairs, 1999, n.d.
  • Box-folder 48:11
    NAACP- Reports, 1996-1999
  • Box-folder 49:1
    NAACP- Research, 1997-2002
  • Box-folder 49:2
    NAACP- Resolutions, 1990-2000, n.d.
  • Box-folder 49:3
    NAACP- Review of the Financial Operations, 1996-1998
  • Box-folder 49:4
    NAACP- Rules, n.d.
  • Box-folder 49:5
    NAACP- Soros, George and the Open Society Institute, 1998-1999
  • Box-folder 49:6
    NAACP- Spingarn Medal, 1998-2000
  • Box-folder 49:7
    NAACP- Statements and Remarks by Julian Bond, 1980-2005
  • Box-folder 49:8
    NAACP- Strategic Measurements Taskforce, 2003
  • Box-folder 49:9
    NAACP- Strategic Plan, 2000-2002
  • Box-folder 49:10
    NAACP- Surveys, 1999, n.d.
  • Box-folder 49:11
    NAACP- Task Force on Africa Report and Recommendations, 1978
  • Box-folder 49:12
    NAACP- Time Magazine Dispute, 2005
  • Box-folder 49:13
    NAACP- Training, 1997-2000
  • Box-folder 49:14
    NAACP- Unit Network Quick Reference Guides, n.d.
  • Box-folder 49:15
    NAACP- United Nations Recognition as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), 2001
  • Box-folder 49:16
    NAACP- Volunteers, 1999-2000
  • Box-folder 49:17
    NAACP- Voter Empowerment Expenses, 2000-2002
  • Box-folder 50:1
    National Black Economic Development Conference, 1969, n.d.
  • Box-folder 50:2
    National Business League, 1969
  • Box-folder 50:3
    National Center for Appropriate Technology, 1998-1999, n.d.
  • Box-folder 50:4
    National Council of Negro Women, Inc., 1969, 1973, n.d.
  • Box-folder 50:5
    National Educational Conference of Black Mayors Resource and Research Advisory Committee and John Tyler, 1969-1971
  • Box-folder 50:6
    National Movement for the Student Vote, 1971
  • Box-folder 50:7
    National Public Radio, 1973 January-June
  • Box-folder 50:8
    National Public Radio, 1973 July-November
  • Box-folder 50:9
    National Public Radio-"All Things Considered", 1972
  • Box-folder 50:10
    National Rural Housing Coalition, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 50:11
    National Sharecroppers Fund, 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 50:12
    National Sharecroppers Fund, 1971-1973, n.d.
  • Box-folder 50:13
    National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc.- Rural Advancement Fund, 1967-1973, n.d.
  • Box-folder 51:1
    National Urban Coalition, 1968-1971 June
  • Box-folder 51:2
    National Urban Coalition, 1971 July-1973, n.d.
  • Box-folder 51:3
    National Urban League, 1968-1969 June
  • Box-folder 51:4
    National Urban League, 1969 July-December
  • Box-folder 51:5
    National Urban League, 1970-2002, n.d.
  • Box-folder 51:6
    National Urban League- History, 1987-1989
  • Box-folder 51:7
    Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. (NRDC), 2004
  • Box-folder 51:8
    The New Democratic Coalition, 1967-1974
  • Box-folder 51:9
    "O" through "R" Organizations, 1969-2002, n.d.
  • Box-folder 52:1
    Organization of Afro-American Unity, 1996, n.d.
  • Box-folder 52:2
    Pacifica, 1969
  • Box-folder 52:3
    Premier Automotive Group (PAG) Diversity Council, 1999-2001
  • Box-folder 52:4
    Premier Automotive Group (PAG) Diversity Council, 2002-2005, n.d.
  • Box-folder 52:5
    Race Relations Institute, 1996-1997, n.d.
  • Box-folder 52:6
    Referendum 70, 1970
  • Box-folder 52:7
    Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, 1968-1969
  • Box-folder 52:8
    Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, 1970-1971
  • Box-folder 52:9
    "S" through "V" Organizations, 1970-1977
  • Box-folder 52:10
    Scholarship, Education, & Defense Fund for Racial Equality, 1969-1970 September
  • Box-folder 52:11
    Scholarship, Education, & Defense Fund for Racial Equality, 1970 October-1973
  • Box-folder 53:1
    Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 53:2
    Songmasters-The American Road, 2000
  • Box-folder 53:3
    South Atlantic Regional Humanities Center, 2001
  • Box-folder 53:4
    Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy, 1969-1977
  • Box-folder 53:5
    Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1963-1988, n.d.
  • Box-folder 53:6
    Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1968-1973, n.d.
  • Box-folder 53:7
    Southern Elections Fund- Correspondence, 1968-1972
  • Box-folder 53:8
    Southern Elections Fund- Correspondence, 1973
  • Box-folder 53:9
    Southern Elections Fund- Correspondence, 1974-1976
  • Box-folder 53:10
    Southern Elections Fund- Correspondence with Trustees and Staff, 1969-1972
  • Box-folder 53:11
    Southern Elections Fund- Correspondence with Trustees and Staff, 1973-1977
  • Box-folder 54:1
    Southern Elections Fund- Financial, 1971-1981
  • Box-folder 54:2
    Southern Elections Fund- Proceedings and Minutes, 1969-1973
  • Box-folder 54:3
    Southern Elections Fund- Proceedings and Minutes, 1974-1977, n.d.
  • Box-folder 54:4
    Southern Elections Fund- Publicity, 1969-1974, n.d.
  • Box-folder 54:5
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1971
  • Box-folder 54:6
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1972
  • Box-folder 54:7
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1973
  • Box-folder 55:1
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1974-1975 May
  • Box-folder 55:2
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1975 June-October
  • Box-folder 55:3
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1976 January-August
  • Box-folder 55:4
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1976 September-December
  • Box-folder 55:5
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1977 January-March
  • Box-folder 55:6
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 1977 April-December
  • Box-folder 55:7
    Southern Poverty Law Center, 2002, n.d.
  • Box-folder 55:8
    Southern Poverty Law Center- Lawsuit concerning the issue of Sterilization of Indigent Minors by Federally Funded Agencies, 1973
  • Box-folder 56:1
    Southern Regional Council, 1967-1970
  • Box-folder 56:2
    Southern Regional Council, 1971-1976
  • Box-folder 56:3
    Southern Regional Council, 1994-1996
  • Box-folder 56:4
    Southern Regional Council, 1997 February-September
  • Box-folder 56:5
    Southern Regional Council, 1997 November-1998
  • Box-folder 56:6
    Southern Regional Council- Reports concerning Sit-Ins, 1960-1998
  • Box-folder 56:7
    Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1963-1994, n.d.
  • Box-folder 56:8
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Anti-Vietnam War Statement, [1965?]
  • Box-folder 56:9
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Archives on Deposit at the Martin Luther King Center, 1997
  • Box-folder 56:10
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Biographies, 1993, n.d.
  • Box-folder 56:11
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) -Controversy concerning the Permanent Repository for its Papers, 1997
  • Box-folder 56:12
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Correspondence, 1963-1977
  • Box-folder 57:1
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Faculty Fund chaired by Dr. Horace Mann Bond, 1966
  • Box-folder 57:2
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Founding of the Organization, 1960, 2000
  • Box-folder 57:3
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1967-1968
    1 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:4
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) - Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1964-1969
    2 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:5
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, n.d.
    3 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:6
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1962 August-1963
    4 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:7
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1964
    5 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:8
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1965-1967
    6 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 57:9
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom of Information Act Request Copies, 1968-1969
    7 of 7 folders.
  • Box-folder 58:1
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Freedom Summer, 1964-1965
  • Box-folder 58:2
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Memoranda and Reports (Copies), 1960-1967
  • Box-folder 58:3
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Minutes (Copies), 1960-1964
  • Box-folder 58:4
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Minutes (Copies), 1965-1967, n.d.
  • Box-folder 58:5
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Miscellaneous, 1962-1966, 1982
  • Box-folder 58:6
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Raleigh Conference, 1960, 1990
  • Box-folder 58:7
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Press Releases, 1961-1976, n.d.
    News clippings and Printed.
  • Box-folder 58:8
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Programs, 1960-1967, 1990, n.d.
  • Box-folder 58:9
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) - Statement of Sergeant Joseph P. Grubisic, Chicago Police Department, c. 1969 ?
  • Box-folder 58:10
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)-The Student Voice, 1962 April
  • Box-folder 58:11
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) – Trinity College Conference "We Shall Not Be Moved"- Sessions 1-3, 1988 April 14-16
  • Box-folder 58:12
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) – Trinity College Conference "We Shall Not Be Moved"- Sessions 4-6, 1988 April 14-16
  • Box-folder 59:1
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) – Trinity College Conference "We Shall Not Be Moved"- Sessions 7-8, 1988 April 14-16
  • Box-folder 59:2
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)- Vietnam, 1965-1966, 1968

    Includes a copy of the open letter of James Forman to the New York Anti-War Conference of the Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee.

  • Box-folder 59:3
    Student Organization for Black Unity (Cleveland Sellers), 1969
  • Box-folder 59:4
    Twenty-First Century Foundation, 1971-1977
  • Box-folder 59:5
    United Negro College Fund, 1970-1973
  • Box-folder 59:6
    Village Foundation, 1997
  • Box-folder 59:7
    Voter Education Project, 1969
  • Box-folder 59:8
    Voter Education Project, 1970
  • Box-folder 59:9
    Voter Education Project, 1971 February-June
  • Box-folder 59:10
    Voter Education Project, 1971 July-December
  • Box-folder 60:1
    Voter Education Project, 1972 February-June
  • Box-folder 60:2
    Voter Education Project, 1972 July-December
  • Box-folder 60:3
    Voter Education Project, 1973 February-July
  • Box-folder 60:4
    Voter Education Project, 1973 August-1977
  • Box-folder 60:5
    Voter Education Project, n.d.
  • Box-folder 60:6
    Voter Education Project- Minority Candidates in the South, 1975
  • Box-folder 60:7
    Voter Education Project- Photographs of Tours in Alabama and Louisiana, 1971-1972
  • Box-folder 60:8
    Voter Education Project- Press Releases and Statistics, 1964-1973
  • Box-folder 60:9
    Voter Education Project- Reports concerning Andrew Young's 1972 Race for Congress and Runoff Primaries and Fair Representation for Blacks in Congress, 1973, 1984
  • Box-folder 60:10
    Voter Registration Account, 1972
  • Box-folder 60:11
    "W" through "Z" Organizations, 1969-1976
  • Box-folder 60:12
    Washington Research Project, 1969
  • Box-folder 60:13
    Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 1969-1976
  • Box-folder 60:14
    Young Men On the Go, 1969
  • Box-folder 61:1
    Youth Project of Vermont, Inc., 1969
  • Box-folder 61:2
    Youth Citizenship Fund, Inc., 1972-1973
Series IV: Invitations, Political Associates, and American Program Bureau Papers
  • Box-folder 61:3
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1968 July-September
  • Box-folder 61:4
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1968 October-December
  • Box-folder 61:5
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1969 January-April
  • Box-folder 61:6
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1969 May-December
  • Box-folder 61:7
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1970
  • Box-folder 61:8
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1971 January-June
  • Box-folder 61:9
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1971 July-December
  • Box-folder 62:1
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1972
  • Box-folder 62:2
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1973
  • Box-folder 62:3
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1974
  • Box-folder 62:4
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1975
  • Box-folder 62:5
    American Program Bureau-Contracts, etc., 1976
  • Box-folder 63:1
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1977
  • Box-folder 63:2
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1978
  • Box-folder 63:3
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1979
  • Box-folder 63:4
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1980
  • Box-folder 63:5
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1981
  • Box-folder 63:6
    American Program Bureau- Contracts, etc., 1988
  • Box-folder 63:7
    American Program Bureau- Correspondence, 1968-1970
  • Box-folder 63:8
    American Program Bureau- Correspondence, 1971
  • Box-folder 64:1
    American Program Bureau- Correspondence, 1972-1975
  • Box-folder 64:2
    American Program Bureau- Correspondence, 1976
  • Box-folder 64:3
    American Program Bureau- Correspondence, 1977
  • Box-folder 64:4
    American Program Bureau- Itineraries and Finances, 1968-1972
  • Box-folder 64:5
    American Program Bureau- Itineraries and Finances, 1973
  • Box-folder 64:6
    American Program Bureau- Itineraries and Finances, 1974
  • Box-folder 64:7
    American Program Bureau- Itineraries and Finances, 1975
  • Box-folder 65:1
    American Program Bureau- Itineraries and Finances, 1981-1982, n.d.
  • Box-folder 65:2
    Invitations- Accepted, 1967-1968
  • Box-folder 65:3
    Invitations- Accepted, 1969
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 65:4
    Invitations- Accepted, 1969
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 65:5
    Invitations- Accepted, 1970
  • Box-folder 65:6
    Invitations- Accepted, 1971
  • Box-folder 65:7
    Invitations- Accepted, 1972
  • Box-folder 65:8
    Invitations- Accepted, 1974
  • Box-folder 65:9
    Invitations- Accepted, 1975
  • Box-folder 65:10
    Invitations- Accepted, 1976
  • Box-folder 66:1
    Invitations- Announcements, 1967-1969
  • Box-folder 66:2
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 May
  • Box-folder 66:3
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 July
  • Box-folder 66:4
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 August
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 66:5
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 August
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 66:6
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 September
  • Box-folder 66:7
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 October
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 66:8
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 October
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 66:9
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 November
  • Box-folder 66:10
    Invitations- Declined, 1969 December
  • Box-folder 67:1
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 January
  • Box-folder 67:2
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 February
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 67:3
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 February
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 67:4
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 March
  • Box-folder 67:5
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 April-May
  • Box-folder 67:6
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 June-August
  • Box-folder 67:7
    Invitations - Declined, 1970 August-November
  • Box-folder 67:8
    Invitations- Declined, 1970 December
  • Box-folder 68:1
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 January-February
  • Box-folder 68:2
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 March-April
  • Box-folder 68:3
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 May-July
  • Box-folder 68:4
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 August-October
  • Box-folder 68:5
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 November
  • Box-folder 68:6
    Invitations- Declined, 1971 December
  • Box-folder 68:7
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 January-February
  • Box-folder 68:8
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 March
  • Box-folder 69:1
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 April-May
  • Box-folder 69:2
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 June-August
  • Box-folder 69:3
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 September
  • Box-folder 69:4
    Invitations- Declined, 1972 October
  • Box-folder 69:5
    Invitations-Declined, 1972 November-December
  • Box-folder 69:6
    Invitations- Declined, 1973 January-February
  • Box-folder 69:7
    Invitations- Declined, 1973 March-May
  • Box-folder 69:8
    Invitations- Declined, 1973 June-October
  • Box-folder 70:1
    Invitations- Declined, 1973 November-December
  • Box-folder 70:2
    Invitations- Declined, 1974-1975
  • Box-folder 70:3
    Invitations- Declined, 1976 January-July
  • Box-folder 70:4
    Invitations- Declined, 1976 August-October
  • Box-folder 70:5
    Invitations- Declined, 1976 November-December
  • Box-folder 70:6
    Invitations- Declined, 1977 January-May
  • Box-folder 70:7
    Invitations- Declined, 1977 June-August
  • Box-folder 70:8
    Invitations- Declined, 1977 September
  • Box-folder 70:9
    Invitations- Deferred, 1971 January-May
  • Box-folder 70:10
    Invitations- Deferred, 1971 June
  • Box-folder 71:1
    Invitations- Deferred, 1972
  • Box-folder 71:2
    Invitations - Deferred, 1973 January-July
  • Box-folder 71:3
    Invitations- Deferred, 1973 August-December
  • Box-folder 71:4
    Invitations- Deferred, 1974
  • Box-folder 71:5
    Invitations- Not Answered, 1967-1969
  • Box-folder 71:6
    Invitations- Not Answered, 1974-1977
  • Box-folder 71:7
    Invitations- Not Answered, 1987, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71:8
    Political Associates- Contracts, 1972
  • Box-folder 71:9
    Political Associates- Contracts, 1973-1974
  • Box-folder 71:10
    Political Associates- Contracts, 1977
  • Box-folder 71:11
    Political Associates- Correspondence, 1971-1981
  • Box-folder 71:12
    Political Associates- Finances, 1971-1972
  • Box-folder 71:13
    Political Associates- Finances, 1973 January-February
  • Box-folder 71:14
    Political Associates- Finances, 1973 March-May
  • Box-folder 72:1
    Political Associates- Finances, 1973 June-September
  • Box-folder 72:2
    Political Associates- Finances, 1973 October-December
  • Box-folder 72:3
    Political Associates- Finances, 1974
  • Box-folder 72:4
    Political Associates- Finances, 1975-1977
  • Box-folder 72:5
    Political Associates- Itineraries, 1973-1974
  • Box-folder 72:6
    Political Associates- Mailing List, 1972-1974, n.d.
  • Box-folder 72:7
    Political Associates- "Proposal Toward a Black Political Party- A Study", 1971 October
Series V: Academic Papers, Speeches, and Writings chiefly by Authors Other Than Bond
  • Box-folder 73:1
    Article- "Is George Wallace Now a Racial Moderate?" by Morris Dees, [post 1972]
  • Box-folder 73:2
    Article-"State of the Art Historians and the Civil Rights Movement" by Adam Fairclough, 1990
  • Box-folder 73:3
    Article- "Freedom's Warriors The Fighting Black Clergy An Historical Overview" by Jerry M. Guess from The Crisis, 1990
  • Box-folder 73:4
    Article- "Lichtenstein's Fictions Revisited: Race and the New Labor History" in New Politics by Herbert Hill, 1999
  • Box-folder 73:5
    Article- "Martin Luther King's Constitution: A Legal History of the Montgomery Bus Boycott" by Randall Kennedy, 1989 April
  • Box-folder 73:6
    Article- "Patterns of Black Politics" by Martin Kilson, 1995
  • Box-folder 73:7
    Article- "Freedom Then, Freedom Now: The Historiography of the Civil Rights Movement" by Steven F. Lawson, 1991 April
  • Box-folder 73:8
    Article- "25 Years Later: A Sanitized Sixties" by Edward P. Morgan, [1993?]
  • Box-folder 73:9
    Article- "No Diplomatic Immunity: African Diplomats, the State Department, and Civil Rights, 1961-1964" by Renee Romano, [2000]
  • Box-folder 73:10
    Proposed Article concerning Julian Bond by Peter E. Steward, including copies of early correspondence with Bond (1957-1963), 1969-1970
  • Box-folder 73:11
    Articles concerning the South in Graphic by George C. Stoney, 1940-1941
  • Box-folder 73:12
    Article- "Southern Negro: 1952 Warning to Ike and the Dixiecrats", 1952 September 27
  • Box-folder 73:13
    Bibliography- "Negro Progress in Atlanta, Georgia 1961-1970" compiled by Annie L. McPheeters, 1972
  • Box-folder 73:14
    Book – Changing Patterns in the New South (Southern Regional Council), [1955]
  • Box-folder 73:15
    Book-Religion, Race, and Justice in a Changing America by Gary Orfield and Holly Lebowitz Rossi, editors, 1999
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 73:16
    Book – Religion, Race, and Justice in a Changing America by Gary Orfield and Holly Lebowitz Rossi, editors, 1999
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 73:17
    Chapters from Miscellaneous Published Books, ca. 1969-1986, n.d.
  • Box-folder 73:18
    Class Packet- Race and Class: The Modern Movement for Civil Right (AFAMS 400F)– Julian Bond, n.d.
  • Box-folder 73:19
    [Class Packet ?]- Historical Tripos- "Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement", 1993
  • Box-folder 73:20
    Class Packet- Maryland State Archives: Documents for the Class Room "From Segregation to Integration: The Donald Murray Case", ca. 1991
  • Box-folder 74:1
    Class Packet- "History of the Civil Rights Movements" (AFRO AM 236) by Michael Thelwell, 1995 Fall
  • Box-folder 74:2
    Dissertation- "Racial Discrimination and Minority Business Enterprise: Evidence from the 1990 Census" by Jan Scott Wainwright, 1997 August
  • Box-folder 74:3-4
    Interview with Horace Julian Bond by John Britton, Howard University and correspondence about it, 1991-1992, 1968 January 22
    2 copies.
  • Box-folder 74:5
    Interview with Julian Bond by William Chafe, 1990 December 18
  • Box-folder 74:6
    Interview- "A Conversation with Julian Bond" edited by Trevor L. Chandler, Seattle, Washington, 1974 November 7
  • Box-folder 74:7
    Interview with Horace Julian Bond by Marsha Darling, 1995 February 6
  • Box-folder 74:8
    Interview with Julian Bond by Jeffrey M. Elliot, 1983
  • Box-folder 74:9
    Interview with Julian Bond by Elizabeth Gritter at Bond's American University office, 1999 November 1, 22
  • Box-folder 74:10
    Interview with Julian Bond by Megan Lisagor in Hoo Knows, 1998 May
  • Box-folder 74:11
    Interview with Julian Bond, "Straight Talk" by Ulysses Prince, III, 1984 February
  • Box-folder 74:12
    Interview with Julian Bond by Plater Robinson, 1997 June 4
  • Box-folder 74:13
    Interview with Julian Bond by Thomas Rose and John Greenya in Black Leaders: Then and Now, 1984
  • Box-folder 74:14
    Interview with Julian Bond, Georgia State Senator, by Mr. Scavullo, n.d.
  • Box-folder 74:15
    Interview with Julian Bond in Southern Exposure published by the Institute for Southern Studies, 1976
  • Box-folder 74:16
    Interview with John Robert Lewis by Archie Allen, 1969 February 14
  • Box-folder 75:1
    Interviews concerning John Robert Lewis by Archie Allen, 1968-1969
    1 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 75:2
    Interviews concerning John Robert Lewis by Archie, 1968-1969
    2 of 2 folders.
  • Box-folder 75:3
    Interview with Erline McQueen by Margaret Fuller and Dr. Jim Pitts, Ties That Bind Project, 2003
  • Box-folder 75:4
    Manuscript concerning Aaron Henry "The Fire Ever Burning" by Constance Curry, 1997 June
  • Box-folder 75:5
    Paper- "Unite or Perish: The Contours of Black Radical and Nationalist Thought, 1954-1975" by Ernest Allen, Jr. and John H. Bracey, Jr., 1991 April
  • Box-folder 75:6
    Paper- [The Roles of Women in Civil Rights Struggles] by Sally Belfrage, 1989 May 31-June 2
  • Box-folder 75:7
    Paper- "The Politics of the Outsider: The Black Man's Role in American Politics" by Lerone Bennett, Jr., 1967 September
  • Box-folder 75:8
    Paper-"Night Comes to Berea College: The Day Law and the African-American Reaction" by Scott Blakeman, 1996 January
  • Box-folder 75:9
    Paper- "The Negro in the Armed Forces of the United States Prior to World War I" by Horace Mann Bond, 1943
  • Box-folder 75:10
    Paper- "Women in the Civil Rights Movement" by Anne Braden, 1988 November 30
  • Box-folder 75:11
    Paper-"Trends in Feminism and Historiography Invisible Revolutionaries: White Women in Civil Rights Historiography" by Joan C. Browning, 1996
  • Box-folder 75:12
    Paper- "Women's Consciousness and the Nonviolent Movement Against Segregation 1960-1965 A Personal History" by Sandra Cason, 1989
  • Box-folder 75:13
    Paper- "Cold War Culture and the African-American Struggle for Freedom" by William H. Chafe, n.d.
  • Box-folder 75:14
    Paper- "The Negro Elected Official in the Changing American Scene" by Dr. Kenneth [Bancroft ?] Clark, 1967 September
  • Box-folder 75:15
    Paper- "Politics and Race in the American System" by Martin Kilson and Clement Cottingham, 1992 September
  • Box-folder 75:16
    Paper- "We Want to be Part of This Democratic Society in Which We Live: Legal Abstractions, Local Realities, and the Claiborne County (Mississippi) Civil Rights Movement" by Emilye Crosby, 1997 April
  • Box-folder 75:17
    Paper- "They Don't Understand What It Takes in Mississippi: The National NAACP and the Claiborne County (Mississippi) Civil Rights Movement" by Emilye Crosby, 1997 March
  • Box-folder 75:18
    Paper- "'They Will Not Fight in the Open' African Americans Strategies of Resistance in the Early Twentieth Century" by Greta de Jong, 1997 December
  • Box-folder 75:19
    Paper- "The Black Image in the White Mind Media and Race in America" by Robert M. Entman and Andrew Rojecki, n.d.
  • Box-folder 75:20
    Paper- "Documenting the Costs of Slavery, Segregation, and Contemporary Discrimination: Are Reparations in Order for African-Americans?" by Joe R. Feagin for the Washington University Conference, 2001 February 8
  • Box-folder 75:21
    Paper- "The Representative Party Platform" by William K. Floyd, n.d.
  • Box-folder 75:22
    Paper- "Blacks and the Constitution: The Civil War and Reconstruction" by Eric Foner, n.d.
  • Box-folder 75:23
    Paper- "Where Martin Luther King, Jr., Was Going: 'Where Do We Go From Here' and the Traumas of the Post-Selma Movement," by David J. Garrow, 1991
  • Box-folder 75:24
    Paper- "Black North Carolina, the NAACP, and the Origins of the Civil Rights Movement;: 1945-1955" by Raymond Gavins, n.d.
  • Box-folder 75:25
    Paper- "Black Female Reformers in the Age of Segregation: The Emergence of Civil Rights in the Old North State" by Raymond Gavins, n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:1
    Paper- "America is the Black Man's Battlefield: Anti-war Activities on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, 1965-1972" by Gerald Gill, n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:2
    Paper- "American Management Association's Choice Paternalism or Economic Inclusion for Black Americans" by Raymond Griswold and James A. Marshall, 1969 May
  • Box-folder 76:3
    Paper- "New York Times v. Sullivan and Its Times" [by?] Kermit Hall, University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1993 March
  • Box-folder 76:4
    Paper- "The Struggle for Racial Equality in the Formation of the United Nations" by Robert L. Harris, Jr., n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:5
    Paper- Ethnic Education: Its Purposes and Prospects by James A. Hirabayashi, n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:6
    Paper- "Coalition and Conflict: Martin Luther King, Civil Rights, and the American Labor Movement" by Michael Honey, 1992 October
  • Box-folder 76:7
    Paper- "Race and Suffrage in the South Since 1940" by Luther P. Jackson, 1948 June
  • Box-folder 76:8
    Paper- "From Moderation to Engagement: White Liberal Intellectuals and Civil Rights, 1954-1959" by Walter A. Jackson, 1992 November
  • Box-folder 76:9
    Paper- "Congested Terrain: Race, Space, and Resistance on Birmingham Public Transportation During World War II" by Robin D.G. Kelley, 1992
  • Box-folder 76:10
    Paper- "We Are Not What We Seem: Rethinking Black Working Class Opposition in the Jim Crow South" by Robin D.G. Kelley, n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:11
    Paper- "Women and Civil Rights- A Personal Recollection" by Mary E. King, 1995 October 5
  • Box-folder 76:12
    Paper- "Two Small Windows of Opportunity: Black Politics in Georgia During the 1940s, and the Pertinent Oral History Sources Today" by Clifford M. Kuhn, 1992 February 29
  • Box-folder 76:13
    Paper-"Prophets of Protest: Black Women Leaders in the Civil Rights Movement" by Joyce Ladner, 1989 May 31-JunE 2
  • Box-folder 76:14
    Paper- "Miscegenation in Southeast Georgia: A Pioneer Family in Baker, Decatur, and Dougherty Counties" by James H. McCleary, 1996 April
  • Box-folder 76:15
    Paper- "The Impact of South Carolina Negroes in Politics" by John H. McCray, 1982 November
  • Box-folder 76:16
    Paper- "The World Conference Against Racism: Through A Wider Lens," by Gay McDougall, 2002
  • Box-folder 76:17
    Paper- "Highlights of Freedom Movements in the South" by Marge Manderson, 1981 July
  • Box-folder 76:18
    Paper- "Race, Sex, and Rock & Roll: The Chuck Berry Mann Act Trials of 1959-1961," by John Edwin Mason, 1993
  • Box-folder 76:19
    Paper- "Attorneys Black and White: A Case Study of Race Relations Within the NAACP" by August Meier and Elliott Rudwick, n.d.
  • Box-folder 76:20
    Paper- "Abbey Lincoln's 'Straight Ahead': Jazz in the Era of the Civil Rights Movement" by Ingrid Monson, 1996 March
  • Box-folder 76:21
    Paper- "Reading Race into the Scopes Trial: African-American Elites, Science, and Fundamentalism" by Jeffrey P. Moran, 2003 December
  • Box-folder 76:22
    Paper- "ESCRU: The Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity 1959-1967" by John Morris, 1995 June
  • Box-folder 76:23
    Paper- "Down to Now: Memory, Narrative, and Women's Leadership in the Civil Rights Movement" by Kathryn L. Nasstrom, 1997 February
  • Box-folder 76:24
    Paper- "From Politics to School to Politics" The Minority Student Cycle" by William E. Nelson, Jr., 1974 November
  • Box-folder 76:25
    Paper- "Race and Testing in College Admissions" by Michael T. Nettles, Laura W. Perna, and Catherine M. Millet, 1998 February
  • Box-folder 77:1
    Paper- "Brightly Shining Lights: SNCC and the Woman Question" by Martha Norman, 1989 November 10
  • Box-folder 77:2
    Paper- "Reading About the Movement" by Martha P. Norman, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:3
    Paper- "Not Turning Around, Not Turning Back: The Legacy and Challenge of Sixties Activism" by Martha Norman, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:4
    Paper- "Activists, Soldiers, and Warriors: Finding and Placing Ourselves in History" by Martha Norman, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:5
    Paper- "One Thing We Did Right: Protest, History, and the Civil Rights Movement" by Robert Novell, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:6
    Paper- "The FBI and the NAACP" by Kenneth O'Reilly, 1990
  • Box-folder 77:7
    Paper- "Westley W. Law and the Convergence of the Civil Rights and Historic Preservation Movements in Savannah, Georgia, 1945-1984" by Albert Oetgen, 1999
  • Box-folder 77:8
    Paper- "Campus Re-segregation and its Alternatives" by Gary Orfield, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:9
    Paper- "The Globalizing Economy and Prospects for Improved U.S.-African Economic Relations" by Ronald D. Palmer, 1998
  • Box-folder 77:10
    Paper- "Men Lead, But Women Organized: Movement Participation of Women in the Mississippi Delta" by Charles Payne, 1988
  • Box-folder 77:11
    Paper- "The Black Urban Regime: Structural Origins and Constraints" by Adolph Reed, Jr., n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:12
    Paper- "Minority Economic Development-Where To?" by Howard J. Samuels, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:13
    Paper- "The Rise of the NAACP in Virginia during the 1930s- A Look at Richmond" by Larissa M. Smith, 1998
  • Box-folder 77:14
    Paper- "Administration of Multi-Ethnic Programs" by Norvel Smith, 1974 November
  • Box-folder 77:15
    Paper- "Central Avenue Breakdown" by Al Cecil Taylor and Stephen Propes, 1998
  • Box-folder 77:16
    Paper- "A Public Affairs Concern for Justice and Decency for Black Servicemen and Black Vietnam Veterans" by Wallace Terry, [1975]
  • Box-folder 77:17
    Paper- "Operation Freedom and the Mississippi Movement" by Jerry Thornbery, 1996 March
  • Box-folder 77:18
    Paper-"Municipal Politics and the Course of the Civil Rights Movement" by J. Mills Thornton, III, 1988 May
  • Box-folder 77:19
    Paper- "I Went to Law School to Fight Segregation: Oliver W. Hill versus Jim Crow in Virginia" by Peter Wallenstein, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:20
    Paper- "And After Chicago" by Arthur I. Waskow, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:21
    Paper- "The Religious Upwelling on the Left" by Arthur I. Waskow, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:22
    Paper- "Flirting with Success: The Minority College Graduate and the American Labor Market" by Dr. John W. Waters, n.d.
  • Box-folder 77:23
    Paper- "The Negro Vote in the South" by Palmer Weber, 1938 November
  • Box-folder 77:24
    Paper- "Black Electoral Participation: A Paradigm and Application" by Carolyn Sue Williams, n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:1
    Paper- "Captain Hollowell: Atlanta Negro Politics and the Pye-Webb-Hollowell Campaign of 1964", n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:2
    Paper- "Turning Right Judicial Selection and the Politics of Power," Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund, 2004 July
  • Box-folder 78:3
    Paper- "I Can No Longer Bear What I Have Borne: Resistance to Slavery in Late Eighteenth Century Virginia", n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:4
    Paper- "Issues of Race, Gender, and Class in the Southern Conference Movement", n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:5
    Paper- "Wednesdays in Mississippi: The National Council of Negro Women and the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi during Freedom Summer, 1964", n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:6
    Poems, n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:7
    Poems- "Six Poems on War and Peace" by Langston Hughes, reprinted from Gandhi Marg., inscribed "For Julian- Langston", 1967 February
    Autograph for Vault.
  • Box-folder 78:8
    Report- "A Study of Factors Involved in the Identification and Encouragement of Unusual Academic Talent Among Underprivileged Populations" by Horace Mann Bond, 1967 January
  • Box-folder 78:9
    Report- "The Civil Rights Telecommunications Forum: Building a Movement-Based Structure for Expanding Democracy and Civil Rights in a Digital Age" by The Civil Rights Project, 1996
  • Box-folder 78:10
    Report- "Brown at 50: King's Dream or Plessy's Nightmare?" by Gary Orfield and Chungmei Lee, 2004 January
  • Box-folder 78:11
    Report- "The Long Shadow of Jim Crow Voter Intimidation and Suppression in America Today" by People for the American Way Foundation and the NAACP, ca. 2004
  • Box-folder 78:12
    Report- "Modest Progress: The Narrowing Spatial Mismatch Between Blacks and Jobs in the 1990s" by Steven Raphael and Michael A. Stoll, 2002 December
  • Box-folder 78:13
    Report- "Affirmative Action Review Report to the President", 1995
  • Box-folder 78:14
    Review- "The Tragedy of Scholarship: David Levering Lewis's 'W.E.B. Du Bois'", n.d.
  • Box-folder 78:15
    Speeches by Others- "A" through "G", 1967-1998

    Including: Anne Broder, Shirley Chisholm, Kenneth B. Clark, Leroy D. Clark, William Jefferson Clinton, Frederick Douglass (from the Web), David G. Du Bois, John W. Gardner, Paul M. Gaston, and Julian Goodman.

  • Box-folder 78:16
    Speeches by Others- "J" through "W", 1941-2000

    Including: Jesse Jackson, Lyndon Baines Johnson, John Lewis, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Justice Thurgood Marshall, Thabo Mbeki, James G. O'Hara, Franklin D. Roosevelt, William L. Taylor, Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson, III.

  • Box-folder 79:1
    Student Papers, 1966-1973
  • Box-folder 79:2
    Student Papers concerning Julian Bond, 1966-1969
  • Box-folder 79:3
    Student Papers concerning Julian Bond, 1971-1973, 1977, n.d.
  • Box-folder 79:4
    Teaching Guide "'Eyes on the Prize' Events of the Civil Rights Movement" by Plater Robinson, [1985?]
  • Box-folder 79:5
    Thesis- "Birth of Consciousness: Activism at Spelman College, 1953-1965" by Molly Blank, 1998 April
  • Box-folder 79:6
    Thesis- "Home Sweet Home: the African-American Housing Crisis in Chicago, 1940-1950" by Cornelius Lyn Bynum, 1996 January
  • Box-folder 79:7
    Thesis- "The Role of the Young Women's Christian Association in Shaping the Gender Consciousness of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1965" by Abigail Sara Lewis, 1999
  • Box-folder 79:8
    Thesis- "The Impact of Democratic Delegate Selections Rules Changes on Post-Reform Presidential Politics" by John Patrick Sullivan, 1991 May
  • Box-folder 80:1
    Thesis- "In Pursuit of a Changing Dream: Spelman College Students and the Civil Rights Movement, 1955-1962" by Karen Elizabeth Vanlandingham, 1985
  • Box-folder 80:2
    Thesis- "A Preliminary Report on the Status of the Negro in Dallas County, Alabama" by Harris Wofford, 1953 January
Series VI: Political Papers
  • Subseries A: General
    • Box-folder 80:3
      Address Cards, n.d.
    • Box-folder 80:4
      Address Lists, 1960, 1967-1969
    • Box-folder 80:5
      Address Lists, 1970-1972
    • Box-folder 80:6
      Address Lists, 1973-1977
    • Box-folder 80:7
      Address Lists, n.d.
    • Box-folder 80:8
      Address Lists, n.d.
    • Box-folder 80:9
      Address Lists- Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc., 1976
    • Box-folder 80:10
      Address Lists- Black Ministers, 2004
    • Box-folder 81:1
      Address Lists- Potential Bond Campaign Supporters, n.d.
    • Box-folder 81:2
      Address Lists- Press, 1966-1976
    • Box-folder 81:3
      Address Lists- Press, n.d.
    • Box-folder 81:4
      Ashby Street Station Area Development Plan, 1973 April
    • Box-folder 81:5
      Atlanta Elections, 1969-1971
    • Box-folder 81:6
      Atlanta Elections, 1972-1973, n.d.
    • Box-folder 81:7
      Atlanta Elections- Maps of Districts, etc. and Voting Districts, n.d.
    • Box-folder 81:8
      Atlanta, Georgia Politics- Sandy Springs Incident, 1971
    • Box-folder 81:9
      Bill (H.R. 19) Challenging the Seating of Representative-Elect Julian Bond, 136th District, 1966
    • Box-folder 81:10
      Bills, ca. 1968-1971, 1976
    • Box-folder 81:11
      Bills- Sickle Cell Anemia, 1966-1972
    • Box-folder 81:12
      Bills- Sickle Cell Anemia, ca. 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 82:1
      Black Elected Officials, 1969-1972, 1976
    • Box-folder 82:2
      Black Elected Officials- Letters concerning McGovern, etc., 1972
    • Box-folder 82:3
      Black Georgians for McGovern-Shriver, 1972
    • Box-folder 82:4
      Black Politics- Black Political Strategy for 197[0s], 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 82:5
      Black Politics- Gary, Indiana Meeting Fall 1971, etc., 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 82:6
      Black Politics- Mobile Meeting Fall 1971, 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 82:7
      Black Politics- Chicago, Illinois Meeting, September 24, 1971 (Working File), 1972
    • Box-folder 82:8
      Black Politics- Requests for Endorsements, etc., 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 82:9
      A Black Strategy for George McGovern, n.d.
    • Box-folder 82:10
      Campaign- James G. Bond- Finance Material, 1975, 1977
    • Box-folder 82:11
      Campaign- James G. Bond- Finance Material, 1981
    • Box-folder 83:1
      Campaign- Julian Bond- Campaign Fund, 1967, 1972-1974
    • Box-folder 83:2
      Campaign- Julian Bond- Campaign Fund, 1975-1979
    • Box-folder 83:3
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Campaign Fund, 1982-1987
    • Box-folder 83:4
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Congressional, n.d.
    • Box-folder 83:5
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Financial Disclosure, 1974
    • Box-folder 83:6
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Financial Disclosure, 1976-1977
    • Box-folder 83:7
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Financial Disclosure, 1978-1979
    • Box-folder 83:8
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Georgia Senate- Contributions, 1976, 1984
    • Box-folder 83:9
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Georgia Senate- Expenditures, 1975-1977
    • Box-folder 83:10
      Campaign- Julian Bond- Materials for Campaigns, 1965-1986
    • Box-folder 83:11
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Notice of Candidacy, 1972
    • Box-folder 83:12
      Campaign - Julian Bond- Potential Contributors, 1992
    • Box-folder 83:13
      Campaign- Julian Bond- Volunteers, 1969-1970
    • Box-folder 84:1
      Campaign- Michael Julian Bond, 1992-1995
    • Box-folder 84:2
      Campaign- Carter-Mondale Presidential, 1971, 1976-1977
    • Box-folder 84:3
      Campaign- Maynard Jackson (including a Memorial Program), 1990, 2003, n.d.
    • Box-folder 84:4
      Campaign- Edward Kennedy, 1980
    • Box-folder 84:5
      Campaign- C.B. King for Governor, 1969-1970
    • Box-folder 84:6
      Campaign- Zell Miller, 1972-1980
    • Box-folder 84:7
      Campaign- Herman Talmadge, 1978-1981
    • Box-folder 84:8-8a
      Campaign- Morris K. Udall, 1975-1976
      2 folders.
    • Box-folder 84:9
      Campaign- Morris K. Udall- Background, 1975-1976
    • Box-folder 84:10
      Campaign- Morris K. Udall- Expenses and Franklin Records, 1978, n.d.
    • Box-folder 84:11
      Campaign - Morris K. Udall- Position Statements, etc., 1975-1976
    • Box-folder 84:12
      Campaign- Andrew Young for Congress, Governor, 1970, 1990
    • Box-folder 84:13
      Campaign Bumper Stickers, 1976
    • Box-folder 84:14
      Campaign Cards- Miscellaneous, n.d.
    • Box-folder 85:1
      Campaign Financial Disclosure (General), 1976
    • Box-folder 85:2
      Campaign- Literature for Miscellaneous Other Candidates, 1965-1992
    • Box-folder 85:3
      Congressional Black Caucus, 1975-1976
    • Box-folder 85:4
      Correspondence concerning the 5th District of Georgia Race to replace Andrew Young, 1977
    • Box-folder 85:5
      Correspondence with members of Congress concerning a brochure relating the campaign experiences of Southern black candidates, 1969
    • Box-folder 85:6
      Correspondence with members of Congress and other Elected Officials concerning Bills and Nominations, 1970-1972

      Including Edward W. Brooke, Howard W. Cannon, Alan Cranston, Thomas J. Dodd, Charles E. Goodell, Philip A. Hart, Vance Hartke, Daniel K. Inouye, George McGovern, Walter F. Mondale, Edmund S. Muskie, William Proxmire, Abe Ribicoff, William B. Saxbe, Richard S. Schweiker, Joseph D. Tydings, and Stephen M. Young.

    • Box-folder 85:7
      Democratic National Committee, 1968-1976
    • Box-folder 85:8
      Democratic National Committee- Commission on Rules, 1969-1971
    • Box-folder 85:9
      Democratic National Committee- McGovern Commission, 1969
    • Box-folder 85:10
      Democratic National Convention, 1968
    • Box-folder 85:11
      Democratic National Convention, 1971
    • Box-folder 86:1
      Democratic National Convention- Challenge to Method of Electing At-Large Georgia Delegates, 1971-1972
      Working File.
    • Box-folder 86:2
      Democratic National Convention- Correspondence concerning, 1968, 1976
    • Box-folder 86:3
      Democratic National Convention- Delegate Selection (March 11th Election), 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 86:4
      Democratic National Convention- Delegate Selection (March 11th Election), 1972
    • Box-folder 86:5
      Democratic National Convention- Delegate Selection Challenge, 1972
    • Box-folder 86:6
      Democratic National Convention- Delegate Selection Correspondence, including Senator Edmund Muskie, 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 86:7
      Democratic National Convention- Lists, 1969, 1972
    • Box-folder 86:8
      Democratic National Convention- Lists, 1969, 1972
    • Box-folder 86:9
      Democratic National Convention- "Negro Delegates and Alternates concerning 1968 Convention", 1968
    • Box-folder 87:1
      Democratic National Convention- Uncommitted Black Delegates, 1972
    • Box-folder 87:2
      Democratic Party of Georgia, 1968-1970, 1975
    • Box-folder 87:3
      Democratic Party of Georgia- Forum, 1969-1971
    • Box-folder 87:4
      Democratic Party- National, 1969-1971
    • Box-folder 87:5
      Election of Julian Bond- First for the Georgia House of Representatives, 1965-1966
      Chiefly news clippings.
    • Box-folder 87:6
      Election of Julian Bond- Second for the Georgia House of Representatives, 1966
    • Box-folder 87:7
      Endorsement of Candidates, 1968-1971
    • Box-folder 87:8
      Fulton County Democratic Party, 1967-1974
    • Box-folder 87:9
      Fulton County House Delegation, 1967-1972
    • Box-folder 87:10
      Fulton County, Georgia Street Index, 1972
    • Box-folder 87:11
      Georgia Citizens for McGovern, 1972
    • Box-folder 87:12
      Georgia Delegate Election for the Democratic National Convention, 1972
    • Box-folder 88:1
      Georgia Democratic Executive Committee, 1968
    • Box-folder 88:2
      Georgia House of Representatives District 32, 1972-1974
    • Box-folder 88:3
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111, 1971-1973
    • Box-folder 88:4
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Correspondence and Newsletter, 1967-1968
    • Box-folder 88:5
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Correspondence and Newsletter, 1969
    • Box-folder 88:6
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Correspondence and Newsletter, 1970
    • Box-folder 88:7
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Correspondence and Newsletter, 1971 January-May
    • Box-folder 88:8
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Correspondence and Newsletter, 1971 June-1972
    • Box-folder 88:9
      Georgia House of Representatives District 111- Newsletter Material, 1969-1972
    • Box-folder 89:1
      Georgia House of Representatives- Laboratory Licensing Committee, 1968
    • Box-folder 89:2
      Georgia Politics, 1970-1972
    • Box-folder 89:3
      Georgia Politics- Complaint concerning Election Law by Julian Bond and Andrew Young, 1971
    • Box-folder 89:4
      Georgia Primaries, 1972
    • Box-folder 89:5
      Georgia Reapportionment Challenge, 1970-1971
    • Box-folder 89:6
      Georgia Reapportionment Challenge, 1971
    • Box-folder 89:7
      Georgia Reapportionment District 111 (New 32), 1970-1972
    • Box-folder 89:8
      Georgia Selection of Delegates to the 1972 Presidential Convention, 1972
    • Box-folder 89:9
      Georgia State Senate, 1975-1977
    • Box-folder 89:10
      Georgia State Senate Resolution 160 concerning Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper, 1977 March 3
    • Box-folder 89:11
      Georgia Voter Registration Information, 1968-1969
    • Box-folder 89:12
      Lowndes County [Alabama] Freedom Organization, 1966
    • Box-folder
      McGovern-Shriver Campaign Banner, 1972
      Oversize.
    • Box-folder 90:1
      McGovern-Shriver State Coordinators, 1972
    • Box-folder 90:2
      Manuscript by F. Parker Hudson concerning his first-hand account of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, 1988
    • Box-folder 90:3
      Manuscript by F. Parker Hudson concerning his first-hand account of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, n.d.
    • Box-folder 90:4
      Mississippi and Integration, 1958-1990
    • Box-folder 90:5
      Mississippi Sovereignty Commission- Documents Online (Sovereignty Commission Online), ca. 2004
    • Box-folder 90:6
      Mississippi Sovereignty Commission- Documents Online (Sovereignty Commission Online), ca. 2004
    • Box-folder 90:7
      Mississippi Sovereignty Commission- Documents Online (Sovereignty Commission Online), ca. 2004
    • Box-folder 90:8
      National Democratic Party of Alabama, 1966-1973
    • Box-folder 90:9
      National Democratic Party of Alabama 1969 Credentials Brief filed before the Credentials Committee of the Democratic National Committee, 1989
    • Box-folder 90:10
      National Black Political Association, 1976
    • Box-folder 90:11
      National Politics, 1967-1971
    • Box-folder 90:12
      National Politics, 1972
    • Box-folder 91:1
      National Politics, 1973
    • Box-folder 91:2
      National Politics, 1975-1977
    • Box-folder 91:3
      National Politics- Finances, 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 91:4
      National Politics- Non-Partisan Congressional Committees and Other Testimony, 1970-1975
    • Box-folder 91:5
      National Politics- Non-Partisan Correspondence and Information, 1969-1971
    • Box-folder 91:6
      Political Causes- Correspondence requesting Support, 1970-1972
    • Box-folder 91:7
      Political Projects- Legislative Aide, 1968-1972
    • Box-folder 91:8
      Political Workshop, Albany, New York and Voter Registration Drives, 1969-1970
    • Box-folder 91:9
      Reapportionment of the 4th and 5th Congressional Districts in Georgia- Special Session, 1982
    • Box-folder 91:10
      Small and Minority Owned Businesses in Georgia, 1976
    • Box-folder 91:11
      Stationery used by Julian Bond, n.d.
    • Box-folder 91:12
      "Strategy for 1971-1972" by Julian Bond, 1971-1972
    • Box-folder 92:1
      "Style Book" for Form Letters, 1971-1977
    • Box-folder 92:2
      Supreme Court Case Julian Bond v James "Sloppy" Floyd, 1966
      1 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 92:3
      Supreme Court Case Julian Bond v James "Sloppy" Floyd, 1966
      2 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 92:4
      Survey of Voters in 136th District, 1968, n.d.
    • Box-folder 92:5
      United States District Court For the Middle District of Alabama Case- NAACP v. Walter L. Allen, ca. 1973

      Regarding the exclusion of blacks from employment in the Alabama Department of Public Safety.

    • Box-folder 92:6
      United States District Court For the Northern District of Georgia Case- United States v. the State of Georgia, 1976, n.d.
    • Box-folder 92:7
      United States House of Representatives Education Committee, 1972-1973, n.d.
    • Box-folder 92:8
      Voter Education Project Grant Recipients Letter concerning McGovern, n.d.
    • Box-folder 92:9
      Voter Registration and Tax Reform Bill- Correspondence of Bond with Elected Officials, 1969-1970
    • Box-folder 92:10
      Voting- Statistical Record of African-Americans, 1976-1992
    • Box-folder 92:11
      Voting Rights Act, 1969
    • Box-folder 92:12
      Voting Rights Act Discrimination from Voter Education Project Files, 1967-1969, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:1
      Voting Rights Act Violation in Talbotton, Georgia, 1969
    • Box-folder 93:2
      Voting Rights- Alternative Voting Systems Manual Draft One prepared for the Southern Regional Council, 1998 July 29
    • Box-folder 93:3
      Voting Rights- Cumulative Voting, 1994-1998, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:4
      Voting Rights- Mississippi Voting Law, 1955-1962, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:5
      Voting Rights- Proportional Voting, 1994-1998, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:6
      Voting Rights- Redistricting and the "Second Reconstruction", 1964-1995, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:7
      Voting Rights- Symposium on Civil Rights in Mississippi, 1971-1988, n.d.
    • Box-folder 93:8
      Voting Rights- Voting Rights Act of 1965 Conference, 1989-1990
    • Box-folder 93:9
      Voting Security and Voter Fraud, 2002-2004, n.d.
  • Subseries B: Campaign for President 1976
    • Box-folder 94:1
      Campaign Canvas Response Cards- Julian Bond for President, 1975
      1 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 94:2
      Campaign Canvas Response Cards- Julian Bond for President, 1975
      2 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 94:3
      Campaign Contributions- Julian Bond for President, 1975
    • Box-folder 94:4
      Campaign Contributions- Julian Bond for President, 1975
      2 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 94:5
      Campaign Contribution Appeal- Julian Bond for President- Returned Mail , 1975
      1 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 94:6
      Campaign Contribution Appeal- Julian Bond for President- Returned Mail, 1975
      2 of 2 folders.
    • Box-folder 94:7
      Campaign Financing Materials Information, 1974-1975
    • Box-folder 94:8
      Campaign Information for Julian Bond for President 1976, 1975
    • Box-folder 94:9
      Campaign- Lists of Potential Contributors, 1974-1975
    • Box-folder 95:1
      Campaign- Lists of Potential Contributors, 1975
    • Box-folder 95:2
      Campaign Materials for Julian Bond for President 1976, 1975
    • Box-folder 95:3
      Campaign Media Correspondence and Directories, 1972-1975
    • Box-folder
      Campaign Newsletter Layout Designs, 1975
      Oversize.
    • Box-folder 95:4
      Campaign Press Releases, 1975
    • Box-folder 95:5
      Campaign Volunteers, 1975
    • Box-folder 95:6
      Campaign Volunteers, 1975
      Cards.
    • Box-folder
      Computer Printout Results of Presidential Preference Primary, Fulton County, Georgia , 1976 May 4
      Oversize.
    • Box-folder 95:7
      Correspondence of James Bond, Presidential Campaign Manager, 1975
    • Box-folder 95:8
      Correspondence concerning Bond's Presidential Campaign for 1976, 1974 December-1975 April
    • Box-folder 95:9
      Correspondence concerning Bond's Presidential Campaign for 1976, 1975 May-October
    • Box-folder 95:10
      Correspondence concerning Campaign Contributions, 1975 February-March
      1 of 4 folders.
    • Box-folder 95:11
      Correspondence concerning Campaign Contributions, 1975 April-May 6
    • Box 95-A
      Card File of Campaign Volunteers, 1975-1976
    • Box-folder 96:1
      Correspondence concerning Campaign Contributions, 1975 May 8-31
      3 of 4 folders.
    • Box-folder 96:2
      Correspondence concerning Campaign Contributions, 1975 June-August
      4 of 4 folders.
    • Box-folder 96:3
      Correspondence concerning Campaign Contributions, 1975
      Cards.
    • Box-folder 96:4
      Correspondence requesting Bond Campaign Materials, 1975
    • Box-folder 96:5
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)- "A" States, 1974-1975
    • Box-folder 96:6
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)- California, 1975
    • Box-folder 96:7
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)- California, 1975
    • Box-folder 96:8
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)- "C" States and "DC", 1975
    • Box-folder 96:9
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)- "F" States, 1975
    • Box-folder 97:1
      Correspondence supporting Bond's Candidacy for President in 1976 (arranged alphabetically by the state of origin by Bond)-