A Guide to the Clarence L. Townes Jr. Papers, 1944-1988 Clarence L. Townes, Jr., Papers, 1944-1988 M 293

A Guide to the Clarence L. Townes, Jr. Papers, 1944-1988

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library
Collection Number M 293


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Repository
Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University
Collection number
M 293
Title
Clarence L. Townes, Jr. Papers 1944-1988
Physical Characteristics
23.4 linear feet
Creator
Clarence L. Townes, Jr.
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for use without restrictions

Use Restrictions

None

Preferred Citation

Box/Folder, Clarence L. Townes, Jr. Papers, M 293, Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University

Acquisition Information

The collection was a gift to Special Collections and Archives from Clarence L. Townes, Jr. in 1991.

Processing Information

Collection processed in September 1995. The collection was donated to Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in 1991. Prior to the donation of the materials described in this guide, the collection was electronically scanned and stored on computer disks as part of VCU's MultiCultural Archives Project.


Biographical/Historical Information

Clarence Lee Townes, Jr., businessman, political activist, and a significant participant in the revitalization of Richmond, Virginia, has spent much of his life working to broaden and increase economic and political opportunities for African-Americans in Virginia.

Born in Richmond on January 21, 1928, Townes is the son of Alice Smith and Clarence L. Townes, Sr. and graduated from Armstrong High School in 1944. Townes attended Virginia Union University and received a B.S. degree (Commerce). In 1951, he married Grace Elizabeth Harris of Richmond and the couple had four children. Commissioned in 1952 as a Second Lietenant in the United States Army Infantry, Townes received an honorabel discharge in 1953.

After the army, Townes was appointed Assistant Manager (Richmond Office) of the Virginia Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, a company his father had helped found. He later became director of training (1964- 1966).

Townes was active in Republican Party politics in the late 1950s. As many African-Americans were turning towards the Democratic Party, he served on the Richmond City Republican Committee (1958-1961) and as a board member of Richmond Forward, a political action group. Also, her served as commissioner (1963-1966) of the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Townes attended the 1964 Republican convention as the first black member of a Virginia delegation in modern times. After the convention, he ran as the Republican Candidate for the Richmond-Henrico seat in the Virginia House of Delegates. Although he lost, and would not seek public office in the future, the election race brought national attention to the South and its treatment of African-Americans in the political process. "The great thing that came out of this (election), "Townes wrote at the time, "was to focus the attention of both parties on legitimately seeking the Negro vote (in Virginia)."

Townes was Special Assistant to the State Chairman, Republican Party of Virginia in 1965 (1965-1966). He organized and was treasurer of the National Negro Republican Assembley (1965-1966) which ran an eight man Republican slate against an eight man Democratic slate. In 1966, Townes became an Assistant to the Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1966-1970) and later Director of Minorities (1967-1970), working to increase Republican ties with minorities.

In 1970, after leaving the RNC, he helped found the Joint Center for Political Affairs, an African-American think-tank associated with Howard University. The Joint Center was created to help newly elected black officials with the business of government. Townes sereved as Director of Governmental Affairs (1970-1974).

In addition, Townes was a board and founding member of the Jefferson Townhouse Corporation of Richmond, Virginia, a black controlled enterprise that operated a housing complex located in the city. In 1970 he became a member of the Board of Directors of the Consolidated Bank and Trust Co. of Richmond, the oldest black controlled bank in the nation. Townes also worked as a consultant on federal programs to Virginia State College and was a consultant to the Virginia Electric and Power company on matters pertaining to equal employment. He was also a consultant for the Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, evaluating the agency's National Office Equal Opportunity Program.

After commuting by bus from Richmond to Washington, D.C. for eight years, Townes returned to Richmond in 1974 to establish a bus company called Metro Coach. After a series of business disappointments, lawsuits and investigations the company eventually turned into a success. At this time, the early 1980s, Townes chaired Richmond Renaissance, a non-profit, biracial corporation formed to foster economic development in downtown Richmond. Townes served as Richmond Renaissance's deputy director from 1982 until 1991 when he appointed director.

In the early 1990s he served as head of the Richmond School Board and the Metropolitan Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau. He was a member of the VCU Board of Visitors in the late 1990s. In the 2000s he served as a consultant and member to several boards and campaigns, including as a member of the VCU Real Estate Foundation and a Board of Trustees emeritus at the Valentine Museum.

Scope and Content Information

The collection includes correspondence, notes, newspaper and journal clippings, various organizational minutes, numerous reports and files, drafts of speeches, manuscripts and published materials dating from 1944 through 1988. The bulk of the collection dates from the early 1960s through the mid 1980s and focuses on Townes' interest in and involvement with issues concerning race, politics, and the revitalization of downtown Richmond. The collection also includes a significant amount of material on the role of African-American Republicans in the Virginia Republican Party of the 1960s and in the National Republican Party during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Related information on the revitalization and development of downtown Richmond can be found in the Richmond Renaissance Archives (M 303) and the McClenahan (M 302).

Series I contains materials documenting Townes' numerous entrepreneurial and civic activities, mostly dating from the late 1950s until the early 1960s. Miscellaneous material, which were not appropriate for other major sections of the collection, are also located within this series.

Series II contains the largest quantity of material and concerns the Virginia Republican Party (1963-1966) and the Republican National Committee (1966-1972). Correspondence, reports and publications, material from Townes' race for the Virginia General Assembly and his work with the National Negro Republican Assembly (1964-1966) are included in this series, in addition to miscellaneous Republican items.

Series III consists of records from Townes' work with the Joint Center for Political Studies, dating from the early 1970s.

Series IV is composed of materials generated by Townes as deputy director in the early years of the Richmond Renaissance. These records focus on projects, particularly Sixth Street Marketplace and the Richmond Metro Visitors Center.

Series V contains an abundant collection of publications and reports collected by Townes, many on urban and minority issues. The majority of the publications were distributed by the Republican Party (late 1960s-early 1970s). There are also U.S. government publications, publications from the Joint Center for Political Studies, and miscellaneous publications pertaining to business, education, localities, civic organizations and public policy organizations.

Series VI is comprised of ephemeral material, primarily related to the Republican Party, as well as tapes of speeches, business cards, address books and business calendars. This series also contains nearly forty photographs of Townes (including photos of Townes with Martin Luther King and national political leaders) and others. Most of the photographs were taken for publicity, dating from his campaign for the General Assembly in 1965 through his days at the Republican National Committee in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Arrangement

Arrangement

Materials have been separated into six series and arranged alphabetically and chronologically therein.

Organization

Series I--Business/Civic Work/Miscellaneous (n.d., 1961-1972)

Series II--Republican Party, Subseries A: Virginia (1948-1970), Subseries B: Third Congressional District (n.d., 1963-1965),Subseries C: National negro Republican Assembly (n.d., 1964-1966), Subseries D: Republican National Committee (n.d., 1965-1970), Subseries E: Miscellaneous (n.d., 1957-1972)

Series III--Joint Center for Political Studies (1970-1976)

Series IV--Richmond Renaissance (n.d., 1982-1987)

Series V--Publications (n.d., 1961-1973)

Series VI--Ephemera and photographs (n.d., 1940s-1970s)

Contents List

Business/Civic Work/Miscellaneous 1961-1972
  • Box 1
    Commission on Community Relations (Richmond) n.d.
  • Box 1
    Community Development Revenue Sharing (Block Grants) Workshop, December 1972
  • Box 1
    Consolidated Band and Trust Co. 1970-1973
  • Box 1
    Council on Economic Education in Virginia 1964-1965
  • Box 1
    Economic Development and Manpower (report used by Manpower Commission study?)
  • Box 1
    Jefferson Townhouse-Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1964-1967
  • Box 1
    Jefferson Townhouse Corporation 1969-1971
  • Box 2
    La Salle, The-Lease Agreement 1966
  • Box 2
    NAACP 58th Annual Convention, Miscellaneous Convention Material 1967
  • Box 2
    Obituary of Clarence L. Townes, Sr.
  • Box 2
    Phi Beta Lambda-Correspondence 1964-1973
  • Box 2
    Quality Printing Company 1964
  • Box 2
    Richmond Area Community Council-Correspondence, Reports, Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1963-1964
  • Box 2
    Richmond Area Heart Association-Correspondence, Minutes, Miscellaneous Publications 1965-1966
  • Box 2
    Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority-Correspondence, Reports n.d. 1963-1965
  • Box 3
    Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority-Correspondence, Reports, Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1963-1966
  • Box 3
    Richmond Sports Club, Inc. 1964-1965
  • Box 3
    Richmond Urban League-Community Service Award (Mrs. Grace H. Townes) 1961
  • Box 3
    United Givers Fund of Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Inc. 1963-1966
  • Box 3
    Virginia Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Training material, correspondence n.d. 1962, 1964
  • Box 3
    Virginia State University 1970-1971
  • Box 3
    Virginia Union University-Centennial Campaign 1965-1966
Republican Party 1948-1972
  • Virginia 1948-1970
    • Box 4
      Correspondence (Poll tax related), Virginia on New Republican minutes, Richmond News-Leader Editorial on Negro Voting 1948, 1957, 1959
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, AFL-CIO Questionaire for State Elections and Misc. n.d. 1964, 1965
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, Publications, and Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1964, 1965
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, Publications, and Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1964-1966
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, Publications, and Miscellaneous Material n.d. 1965
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, publications, and Miscellaneous material 1966
    • Box 4
      Correspondence (congratulations cards, etc. to Townes on appointment as assistant to state chairman) 1965
    • Box 4
      Correspondence, speeches, notes n.d. 1964-1966
    • Box 4
      Election Profile 1970
    • Box 4
      Letter by Townes to Dean of Harvard Business School 1966
  • Third Congressional District n.d. 1963-1965
    • Box 5
      Analysis of 1965 General Assembly Race by Townes n.d. 1965
    • Box 5
      Campaign for General Assembly-Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Speeches, Miscellaneous Publications n.d. (1 of 3) 1965
    • Box 5
      Campaign for General Assembly-Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Speeches, Miscellaneous Publications n.d. (2 of 3) 1965
    • Box 5
      Campaign for General Assembly-Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Speeches, Miscellaneous Publications n.d. (3 of 3) 1965
    • Box 5
      Campaign for General Assembly-Draft of letter by Townes on loss of Election 1965
    • Box 5
      Campaign for General Assembly-Virginia Education Association Matierial 1965
    • Box 6
      Correspondence n.d. 1964-1965
    • Box 6
      Correspondence, Campaign material, Newspaper Clippings, Speeches 1965
    • Box 6
      Newspaper Clippings, Newsletters, Reports, Speeches, Campaign Material, Miscellaneous n.d. 1965
    • Box 6
      Precinct Worker Lists and Instructions n.d. 1963-1964
    • Box 6
      Richmond Forward 1964
  • National Negro Republican Assembly n.d. 1964-1966
    • Box 7
      Correspondence, By-Laws, Reports n.d. 1964
    • Box 7
      Correspondence, Reports, Newspaper Clippings 1965
    • Box 7
      Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings 1966
  • Republican National Committee n.d. 1965-1970
    • Box 7
      Art Fletcher-correspondence 1969
    • Box 7
      Biographical Sketches, Resume of Clarence Townes n.d. 1967, 1969
    • Box 7
      Black Media-Lists of publishers, Newspaper Clippings, Reports n.d. 1966-1968
    • Box 7
      Black Vote-Reports, Miscellaneous Material 1966
    • Box 7
      Board for Fundamental Education 1970
    • Box 7
      California politics, Black support of Republican Party, Black Panthers, Newspaper Clippings 1968
    • Box 7
      Campaign Plan 1969-Holton for Governor of Virginia, GOP Report on Race 1969
    • Box 7
      Civil Rights Record, Research Report by RNC 1965
    • Box 7
      Correspondence-Alexander, Lamar (legislative assistant to Howard Baker) 1967
    • Box 7
      Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Press Releases 1966
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, Press Releases, Reports 1967
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, Press Releases, Reports, Miscellaneous 1968
    • Box 8
      Correspondence (form letters) 1968-1969
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Reports 1969
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, Publications, notes 1968-1970
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, Reports, Notes, Miscellaneous n.d. 1969
    • Box 8
      Correspondence, News Clippings 1970
    • Box 8
      Correspondence (from Townes) January-February 1970
    • Box 8
      Correspondence (from Townes) March 1970
    • Box 8
      Correspondence (from Townes) April-May 1970
    • Box 9
      Correspondence (from Townes) June-August 1970
    • Box 9
      Correspondence-Telegrams Sent 1968-1969
    • Box 9
      Correspondence (Regarding Blacks in State Governments) 1970
    • Box 9
      Correspondence, Bhite House 1969-1970
    • Box 9
      Convention 1968-Campaign Material, Agendas, Newspaper Clippings, Ephemera 1968
    • Box 9
      Field Reports Regarding State Politics, Black Participation in Republican Party
    • Box 9
      Correspondence 1968
    • Box 9
      "Forward Together"Election Analysis: 1968 and the Black American Voter, report by Minorities Division, Clarence L. Townes, Jr. Director January 1969
    • Box 9
      List of Black Office Holders and Miscellaneous lists n.d.
    • Box 9
      Lists of Blacks Serving in Nixon Administration n.d.
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists n.d. 1967
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists (computer)-Black Monitor News
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists (computer)-Newspaper and Periodicals
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists (computer)-Negro Weekly Magazines
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists (computer)-Negro General Mailing List
    • Box 10
      Mailing Lists (computer)-Other
    • Box 11
      Management Committee n.d. 1967, 1969
    • Box 11
      Miscellaneous n.d. 1968
    • Box 11
      Miscellaneous Correspondence, Notes n.d.
    • Box 11
      Miscellaneous Speeches, Newspaper Clippings and Publications on the Negro in the United States n.d. 1967-1968
    • Box 11
      Newspaper Clippings 1965-1971
    • Box 11
      Negro Appointees-Statewide n.d.
    • Box 11
      Negro Delegates to Republican National Convention 1968
    • Box 11
      "The Observer"and "Equal Opportunity"publications 1970
    • Box 11
      Pacifica Radio n.d. 1970
    • Box 11
      Phi Beta Sigma 1969
    • Box 11
      Presidential Inauguration 1969
    • Box 12
      Press Releases, Newspaper Clippings n.d. 1969-1970
    • Box 12
      Proposal to Clarence Townes from Alfred Duckett concerning the Nixon Administration and the Black Community 1970
    • Box 12
      Reports n.d. 1966, 1969-1970
    • Box 12
      Speeches by Townes 1966-1969
    • Box 12
      Talent Search 1969
    • Box 12
      Virginia Visit 1969
    • Box 12
      White House Press Releases on Urban Affairs 1969
  • Miscellaneous n.d. 1957-1972
    • Box 13
      Analysis of Presidential Primaries-Newspaper Clippings, Reports 1972
    • Box 13
      Chicago, Illinois area Republican Activity-letter from Sen. Everett Dirksen, Miscellaneous Materia n.d. 1957
    • Box 13
      Christmas Card from Richard M. Nixon Family n.d.
    • Box 13
      Newspaper Clippings 1965-1971
    • Box 13
      Newspaper, Periodical Articles on Townes n.d. 1960s
    • Box 13
      Report on Minority Representation and Congressional Districts n.d.
    • Box 13
      Speeches-No Identified Author, (Townes speeches) n.d. 1965-1970
    • Box 13
      Speeches by Townes n.d.
    • Box 13
      Speeches-Lincoln Material
    • Box 13
      Speeches-Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
Joint Center for Political Studies 1970-1976
  • Box 14
    Board of Governors Meeting, Minutes, Reports 1971-1972
  • Box 14
    Correspondence, Reports n.d. 1971-1974
  • Box 14
    Correspondence, Reports, Various Publications n.d. 1973-1974
  • Box 14
    Correspondence, Reports, Biographical Sketch of Townes, Maps of Chesterfield County n.d. 1974
  • Box 14
    EEO Report-Correspondence, Notes 1970-1971
  • Box 14
    EEO Report by Townes-Analysis of Department of Labor's Manpower 1970, 1971
  • Box 15
    Government Publication on Civil Rights Act; Remarks of President Johnson at Howard University 1965
  • Box 15
    Meeting, February 2-3, 1973 Education and Special Projects Report February 2-3, 1972
  • Box 15
    Minority Contractors n.d. 1971
  • Box 15
    National League of Cities-Correspondence, Reports 1976
  • Box 15
    National League of Cities-Reports 1976
  • Box 15
    Report on Comprehensive Planning and Development Contract-(National Urban Coalition, Department of Housing and Urban Development) 1972
  • Box 15
    Status Report by the Executive Director-July 1970
  • Box 15
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights-Articles on Federal Civil Rights Enforcement-October 1970
Richmond Renaissance 1982-1987
  • Box 16
    Air Reservist-Official Magazine of the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve March/April 1984
  • Box 16
    Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Statement of Goals 1983
  • Box 16
    "Awareness and Attitudes Toward The Richmond Metro Chamber-Research Report to Metropolitan Richmond Chamber of Commerce"-Southeastern Institute of Research, Inc 1983
  • Box 16
    Blues Armory Project-A Preliminary Planning and Development Study 1985
  • Box 16
    Board of Directors, Executive Committee-Minutes, Agendas 1982
  • Box 16
    Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Liaison Committee-Minutes, Agendas 1983
  • Box 16
    Board of Directors, Executive Committee-Minutes, Agendas 1984
  • Box 16
    Broad Street Cinema Task Force March 30, 1987
  • Box 16
    Broad Street Committee 1983
  • Box 16
    Brown's Island-Scope of Services n.d.
  • Box 16
    Brown's Island Walkway n.d. 1983
    Physical Location: In Oversize Section of Box 24
    Oversize
  • Box 16
    Budget/Contract with City of Richmond-Correspondence, Notes 1983
    Physical Location: In Oversize Section of Box 24
    Oversize
  • Box 16
    Captial City Government Commission 1981
  • Box 16
    Capital Region Airport Commission-Golden Wings Over Richmond 1977
  • Box 16
    City of Richmond-First year Comprehensive Plan n.d. 1970
  • Box 16
    City Strategy Team n.d. 1982
  • Box 17
    City Strategy Team, Mid-Year Status Report 1981
  • Box 17
    CLC Taskforce n.d., 1983
    Physical Location: in Oversize Section of Box 24
    Oversize
  • Box 17
    Continental Cablevision Film: Richmond 1986
  • Box 17
    Correspondence Memorandum from Moore to Dean, Townes regarding Jim Rouse's ideas on Richmond Renaissance's Executive Director 1982
  • Box 17
    Correspondence To Philip M. Hawley, William B. Thalhimer, Jr from Charles Robb n.d.
  • Box 17
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous n.d., March-April 1982
  • Box 17
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous May-December 1982
  • Box 17
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous n.d. January 1983
  • Box 17
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous February-March 1983
  • Box 17
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous May-August 1983
  • Box 18
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous October-December 1983 1983
  • Box 18
    Correspondence, Notes Miscellaneous n.d. January-March 1984
  • Box 18
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous April-November 1984
  • Box 18
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous 1985
  • Box 18
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous n.d., January-March 1986
  • Box 19
    Correspondence, Notes, Miscellaneous April-November 1986
  • Box 19
    Cultural Loop Trolley press kit 1986-1987
  • Box 19
    District of Columbia Tourism Development Policy Study-Office of Business and Economic Development, Government of the District of Columbia-Report July 1981
  • Box 19
    "Economic Profile-Richmond, Virginia"City of Richmond's Economic Development Office 1981
  • Box 19
    Glenn Monigle and Associates, Inc.-Richmond XXI Project-Reports
  • Box 19
    Interim Report of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission on Local Mandates and Financial Resources to the Governor and the General Assembly of Virginia 1983
  • Box 19
    Jackson Ward Development Strategy-A Proposal from Thomas and Means Associates 1987
  • Box 19
    Liaison Committee 1982
  • Box 20
    Mailing Lists 1985
  • Box 20
    McGuire, Woods, Battle and Boothe-Richmond Still Making History-Service Mark 1987
    Physical Location: In Oversize Section of Box 24
    Oversize
  • Box 20
    Meeting of Incorporators, Articles of Incorporation, Goals n.d. 1982
  • Box 20
    Metro Richmond Visitors Center-John D. Hunt Correspondence, notes, Reports 1985
  • Box 20
    Metro Richmond Visitors Center-John D. Hunt Correspondence, notes, Reports 1985
  • Box 20
    Miscellaneous n.d.(1 of 2)
  • Box 20
    Miscellaneous n.d. (2 of 2)
  • Box 20
    Monigle Report on Richmond-Glenn Monigle and Associates, Inc.
  • Box 21
    Name/Place Cards Townes, West Deese, Evans and others unidentified event n.d.
  • Box 21
    Newspaper Articles on Richmond Renaissance- Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond Newsleader 1982
    Physical Location: In Oversize Section of Box 24
    Oversize
  • Box 21
    Office Equipment Fliers n.d.
  • Box 21
    Project One Design Coordination Meeting-Minutes n.d.
  • Box 21
    Public Relations Institute, Inc.-Proposal for a Public Relations Program for Richmond, Correspondence 1983
  • Box 21
    Renaissance Canal Walk-Advertisement Prototype n.d.
  • Box 21
    Revitalization Newsv. 6, n. 4 Fall 1988
  • Box 21
    Richmond Arts District Association-Community Development Block Grant Funding n.d. 1981
  • Box 21
    Richmond Banner Display Program 1986
    Physical Location: In Oversize Section of Box
    Oversize
  • Box 21
    Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau-Correspondence, 1984, 1994
  • Box 21
    Richmond Education Association-Fliers Attacking City Manager and Proposed School Budget n.d.
  • Box 21
    Richmond Renaissance: A New Cooperative Spirit Notes, Revisions n.d.
  • Box 21
    Richmond Renaissance Employee Guidlines n.d.
  • Box 21
    Richmond Renaissance-Meeting of Incorporation, Guidelines for Staffing, By-Laws n.d. 1982
  • Box 21
    Richmond XXI Committee 1987
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Cochran, Stephenson and Donkervoet, Inc. Architects-drawings n.d
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Correspondence 1982-1984
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Enterprise Development Co.-Correspondence, Report and Analysis of Project n.d. 1982, 1983
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Enterprise Development, Inc.-Model I, Model II, Model II-financial plans n.d.
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Financial/Legal matters-Correspondence 1983
  • Box 22
    Financial/Legal Matters-Cost Estimates, Miscellaneous n.d. 1983
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Grand Opening-Marketing Plan 1985
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Grand Opening-Ten Day Event Schedule 1985
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Ground Breaking
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Budget, Timetable n.d. 1984
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Correspondence Federal Grant for Project 1984
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Newspaper articles on event 1984
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Platform seating, luncheon, Miscellaneous notes n.d. 1984
  • Box 22
    6th Street Marketplace-Practical Protocol Guide Governor's Office 1977
  • Box 23
    6th Street Marketplace-Ground Breaking-Invitations 1984
  • Box 23
    6th Street Marketplace-Ground Breaking-Invitations, Addresses, Notes 1984
  • Box 23
    6th Street Marketplace-Ground Breaking-Invitation List 1984
  • Box 23
    Marcellus Wright Cox and Smith Architects-Correspondence; Drawings, Sketches n.d. November 16, 1982
  • Box 23
    Market Analysis "A Festival Marketplace in Downtown Richmond, Virginia"Melvin R. Levine and Associates, inc. October 1982
  • Box 23
    Marketing 1987
  • Box 23
    Newspaper Clippings, Brochure on Waterside, other clippings n.d.
  • Box 23
    Notes (Clarence L. Townes) n.d. 1982
  • Box 24
    Small Business Administration/503 Loan Program n.d. 1983
  • Box 24
    Statement of Goals 1983, 1984
  • Box 24
    Tobacco Row Associates-Development Project n.d. 1985-1986
  • Box 24
    Tourism Subcommittee 1982
  • Box 24
    Trolley-Downtown Shuttle Correspondence, Report 1982
  • Box 24
    Visitors Center-John D. Hunt-Tourism study, Correspondence n.d. 1982
  • Brown's Island Walkway n.d. 1983
    Oversize
  • Budget/Contract with City of Richmon-Correspondence, notes 1983
    Oversize
  • Box 24
    CLC Taskforce n.d. 1983
  • McGuire, Woods, Battle and Boothe-Richmond Still Making History-Service Mark 1987
    Oversize
  • Newspaper Articles on Richmond Renaissance- Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond Newsleader 1982
    Oversize
  • Richmond Banner Display Program 1986
    Oversize
Publications 1961-1973
  • Box 25
    How to Get Publicity: A Guide for Republican Publicity Chairmenn.d.
  • Box 25
    Comprehensive Program of Health Protection, for the Employees of Republican National Committeen.d.
  • Box 25
    Republican Clubwoman's Leadership ManualNational Federation of Republican Women n.d.
  • Box 25
    Practical Guide to Registration and Voter Drives n.d. (2 copies)
  • Box 25
    How to Present a Public ProgramCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    Student Canvas ManualCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    Statewide Leadership MemoCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    How to Prepare a Club NewsletterCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    How to Budget and Finance Your ClubCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    New Student PoliticsCollege Republican National Committee n.d.
  • Box 25
    Report of the Committee on Big City Politicsby Ray Bliss, Chairman, Republican State Central and Executive Committee of Ohio, presented before RNC Meeting June (2 copies) 1961
  • Box 25
    Young Republican Organization Guide 1962
  • Box 25
    1962 Congressional Vote StatisticsRepublican Congressional Committee 1963
  • Box 25
    1962 Elections, A Summary Report with Supporting TablesRNC 1963
  • Box 25
    Republican ChallengeRepublican Campaign Committee for Richmond and Henrico County 1963
  • Box 25
    Republican State Convention, June 12-13 1964, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, VA-Souvenir Program 1964
  • Box 25
    Election 64-A Rippon Society Report 1964
  • Box 25
    1964 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting TablesRNC 1965
  • Box 25
    Balance of Payments, The Gold Drain and Your Dollar 1965
  • Box 25
    Republican FACT Book 1966 Election Campaign 1966
  • Box 25
    Report by the Chairman 1966 to the RNC 1967
  • Box 25
    Confidential For Republican Ears Only...Dial VI-1966 for Victory in November-RNC 1966
  • Box 25
    1966 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting TablesRNC 2copies 1967
  • Box 25
    Ways to WinRNC 1967
  • Box 25
    Permanent Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to Republican National Convention 1968
  • Box 25
    Telephone Directory and GuideRepublican National Convention
  • Box 25
    Republican Platform 1968
  • Box 25
    1968 Spring Catalogue of Republican Campaign MaterialsRNC 1968
  • Box 25
    1968 Convention Delegate Counter 1968
  • Box 25
    Chairman's Report-1968 To the RNC 1969
  • Box 25
    Richard Nixon on Bridges to Human Dignity 1968
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    10 Ways you can help Richard NixonUnited Citizens for Nixon 1968
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    Afro-American VoterJanuary-Febreuary (Memorial Edition to Joseph A. Clarke) 1969
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    Afro-American VoterMarch-April (A Look at President Nixon's Domestic Program and how it effects black America) 1969
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    1st Annual Dinner-Dance, New York CaucusNational Council of Concern Afro-American Republicans 1969
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    Republican national Committee Program for the Black Community 1969
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    Listening Program-RNC 1970
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    History of the Republican Party
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    RepublicanDecember 1970
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    1968 Elections, a summary Report with supporting tables 1970
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    Political Profiles of the States2 copies 1970
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    Mission 70's Manual and Workbook 1970
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    Republican Almanac 1973
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    African American Voter-Memorial Edition to Joseph A. Clarke Jan.-Feb. 1969
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    African American Voter-A Look at President Nixon's Domestic Program and How it Effects Black Americans March-April 1969
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    Practical guide to Registration and Voter Drives
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    GOP Leader's Manual 1966
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    You Can Go to CollegeCongressman William Roth
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    History of the Republican Party 1854-1970
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    Rippon ForumMay 1965
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    New Directorsv.1 #1, 3, 5 1968
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    Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter #21, 23, 25, 26 1969
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    GOP Nationalities Newsv.4 #1 January 1974
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    MondayRNC July 21, 1969
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    MondayRNC Sept. 8, 1969
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    Souvenir Journal-Dr. Lawrence C. ArnettRepublican Club, 56th A.D. Regular Republican Organization, New York, Thirteenth Annual Dance 1969
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    Federal Regional Council-Region V Office of Economic Opportunity
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    Population Charactericstics, Negro PopulationMarch , Dept. of Commerce (3 copies) 1967
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    Civil Rights Digest- A Quarterly of the U.s. Commission on Civil RightsWinter 1969
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    Civil Rights Digest-A Quarterly of the U.S. Commission on Civil RightsWinter 1970
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    Directory of Privat Programs for Minority Business Enterprise, August 1969
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    Work Attitiudes of Disadvantaged Black MenDept. of Labor 1972
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    U.S. Labor Force: Projections to 1985Dept. of Labor 1970
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    Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, 1971Dept. of Labor 1972
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    Unemployment by Region and in Largest StatesDept. of Labor 1970
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    Operation Breakthrough: Questions and AnswersJune 1970
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    Fair Housing Laws and Other Federal Civil Rights Laws and Executive Orders Relating to the Programs of the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development 1969
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    Our American Government- What Is It? How Does it Function?U.S. Senate 1963
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    Interviewer's Handbook for Selection and Referral to Training and PlacementDept. of Labor 1969
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    Federal Aid to States Fiscal Year 1971Dept. of Treasury 1972
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    1970 Census Tracts-Norfolk-Portsmouth, VirginiaDept. of Commerce 1972
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    1970 Census Tracts-Lynchburg, VirginiaDept. of Commerce 1972
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    1970 Census Tracts-Roanoke, VirginiaDept. of Commerce 1972
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    1970 Census Tracts-Newport News-Hampton, Virginia Dept. of Commerce 1972
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    1970 Census of Population-VirginiaJuly 1970
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    Technical Analysis Division: Project Summaries 1967-1969Dept. of Commerce 1970
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    Comprehensive Planning Assistance Handbook I Managing a GrantMarch 1969-Housing and Urban Development 1969
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    Comprehensive Planning Assistance Handbook II Mananging a GrantMarch 1969-Housing and Urban Development 1969
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    Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People-A New Era 1970
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    Better Communities, HUD Programs to Improve CommunityHousing and Urban Development 1969
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    Multistate RegionalismAdvisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1972
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    Negro Employment in the South Volume 1: The Houston Labor Market Dept. of Labor
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    High Impact Anti-CrimeProgram Dept. of Justice 1972
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    U.S. Manpower in the 1970sDept. of Labor 1970
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    Political ParticipationU.S. Commission on Civil Rights 1968
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    HUD NewsJuly 1971
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    Federal Installations and Equal Housing OpportunityU.S. Commission on Civil Rights 1970
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    Labor Management Policies for State and Local GovernmentAdvisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1969
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    Performance of Urban Functions: Local and AreawideAdvisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (2 copies) 1963
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    Our FlagU.S. Congress 1967
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    Factual Campaign InformationSenate Library 1970
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    Equal Opportunity-A Bibliography of Research on Equal Opportunity in HousingCompiled by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Library 1969
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    Mexican Americans: A BibliographyU.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development 1970
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    Social and Economic Status of Negroes in the United States 1969
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    Services for Families Living in Public Housing Part II A Selected BibliographyCommittee on Use of Program Resources of the Joint Task Force on Health, Education, and Welfare
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    Services and Housing 1965
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    Technical Proposal in Response to RFP-A.I.D. Supported Operational Personnel for AfricaAgency for International Development Bureau for Africa, Dept. of State 1970
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    Fair Housing Law and other Federal Civil Rights Law and Executive Orders Relating to the Programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 1969
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    U.S. Department of Health Education and Welfare Fiscal Year Budget 1973
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    Manpower Research and Development ProjectsU.S. Department of Labor Manpower Administration 1971
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    Handbook for Interlocal Agreements and ContractsAdvisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1967
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    State-Local Finances and Suggested LegislationAdvisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1971
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    New Minority Enterprises-Community Relations ServiceDept. of Justice 1969
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    Rental Housing for Lower Income FamiliesDept. of Housing and Urban Development 1968
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    Policy and Supporting PositionsCommittee on Post Office and Civil Service House of Represenatives 1968
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    Management Assistance Program 2 PersonnelDept. of Housing and Urban Develpoment n.d.
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    U.S. Department of Transportation-Facts and Functions 1971
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    Grant Assistance Programs of the EPA 1972
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    Report of an Investigation into an Educational Dilemma 1970
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    Social and Economic Status of Negroes in the U.S., 1970Dept. of Commerce 1971
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    Nondiscrimination in Federally-Assisted ProgramsDept. of Housing and Urban Development 1971
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    Differentials and Overlaps in Annual Earnings of Blacks and WhitesDept. of Labor 1971
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    Construction Manpower Needs by 1980Dept. of Labor 1971
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    Index-Federal Civil Rights Enforcement Effort of a Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights
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    Mountfour Point Marine Association Fifth Annual Convention AtlantaHost Chapter, U.S. Marine Corps 1969
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    Congressional QuarterlySpecial Report on 1964 Presidential Election 1964
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    Congressional Quarterly June 20, 1969
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    Congressional Quarterly June 27, 1969
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    Civil Rights Under Federal Programs-An Analysis of Title VIU.S. Commission on Civil Rights, January 1965
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    We the Black People of the United StatesU.S. Dept. of Commerce
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    Federal Aid Control System HandbookOffice of Economic Opportunity
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    Various Office of Economic Opportunity publications
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    OutlookU.S. Dept. of Commerce Sept. 1969
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    OutlookU.S. Dept. of Commerce Nov. 1969
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    OutlookU.S. Dept. of Commerce Dec. 1969
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    OutlookU.S. Dept. of Commerce Feb. 1970
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    Franchise Company for Equal Opportunity in BusinessU.S. Dept. of Commerce
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    Building Minority EnterpriseOffice of Minority Business Enterprise
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    Special Catalog of Federal Assistance Programs for Minority Business EnterpriseOffice of Economic Opportunity
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    Congressional Directory March 1969
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    Changing Characteristics-Negro PopulationDept. of Commerce
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    State Poll Tax List 1963
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    Open or Closed Suburbs: Corporate Location and the Urban CrisisSuburban Action Institute 1971
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    Urban Crisis and the Ghetto System: A Program for Grass-Roots ActionNational Committee Against Discrimination in Housing 1966
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    War on Hunger: A Report from the Agency for International DevelopmentJanuary 1968
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    War on Hunger: A Report from the Agency for International DevelopmentJanuary 1970
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    War on Hunger: A Report from the Agency for International DevelopmentJuly 1970
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    How to Break up the Racial GhettoNational Committee Against Discrimination in Housing 1965
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    Application for Funding Under Section 6 Emergency Employment Act of 1971City of East St. Louis, Illinois 1971
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    "Proposal to Norfolk Model City Agency"Tidewater Area Minority Contractors Association Inc. 1970 1970
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    "Proposal to Small Business Administration"Tidewater Area Minority Contractors Assciation Inc. 1971
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    "Proposal to Small Business Administration Supplement"Tidewater Area Minority Contractors Association Inc. n.d.
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    Not Black, Not White but Peoplen.d.
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    President's-Alumni IssueVirginia Union University October 1972
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    Headstart on Readingby Dr. Ruth Strickland 1969
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    Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation and Bedford-Stuyvesant D and S Corporation and Subsidary Company-Annual Report 1968
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    Neighborhoods: Where Human Relations BeginSouthern Regional Council 1967
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    Fair Housing Handbook-American Friends Service Committee and the National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing 1964
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    Guide to Federal Low & Moderate-Income Housing and Community Development ProgramsNational Urban Coalition 1970
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    Cambridge School of Westonn.d.
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    Economic Data SummaryChesterfield County 1970
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    Technical Proposal for a Planning Model for Intergrated Addict Rehabilitation Manpower Training ProgramsBay Tech Associates Inc. n.d.
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    Urban Transportation: Minority Mobility in the 1970sHoward University School of Social Work-Urban Mass Transportation Administration Conference 1972
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    National Black Economic Development Conference 1969
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    Dimensions of Poverty in North Carolinaby Michael P. Brooks-The North Carolina Fund June 1964
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    Southwide Conference of Black Elected Officials-1968-The Voter Education ProjectSouthern Regional Council, Inc. 1969
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    Virginia Statewide Conference of Black Elected Officials, Bibliography 1969
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    European CommunityFebruary no. 131 1970
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    Voting Behavior of Houston Negoes (A Study of Political Motivations and Voter Influences)by Henry Allen Bullock, Professor of Sociology, Texas Southern University 1964
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    Facts Presented by the Virginia Education Association Legislative Committee in Support of its 1965-1966 Legislative Program 1965
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    Manual for Speading Away(a reading program) n.d.
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    Decade of SCLCn.d.
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    National Roster of Black Elected OfficialsFebruary 1970
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    CrescentOfficial Organ of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.-50th Anniversary 1964
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    Highlights and Proceedings-National Bankers Association Convention 1968
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    Calendar-B.P.U.M.-Economic Development Corporation 1974-1975
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    Ways and Means HandbookSperry and Hutchinson Company 1964
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    Membership HandbookSperry and Hutchinson Company 1966
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    How Classroom Desegregation Will Workby Henry E. Garret n.d.
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    Ill-HousedLeague of Women Voters n.d.
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    Issues for Study in Cable CommunicationsAlfred P. Sloan Foundation 1970
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    Crisis Without Violence-Story of a Hot Summerby Alexander F. Miller n.d.
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    Black Candidates: Southern Campaign Experiencesby Julian Bond 2 copies 1968
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    Civil Rights Movement Re-ExaminedA Philip Randolph Educational Fund n.d.
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    Three Essays by Bayard Rustin-Myths of the Black Revolt, The Role of the Negro Middle Class, The Ballot Box and the Union CardA. Philip Randolph Institute 1969
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    Community Corporations and Neighborhood Controlby Howard W. Hallman-Center for Governmental Studies 1970
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    Report of ActivitiesS and H Foundation, Inc. 1970
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    Publicity Handbood Sperry and Hutchinson Co. 1972
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    Public Affairs Handbook-A Guide to Achieving Good GovernmentSperry and Hutchinson Company
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    How the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Beganby Mary White Ovington-NAACP
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    Proceedings of the Forty-Eighth Annual Session of the National Insurance Association 1968
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    Guide to Federal Low and Moderate Income Housing and Community Development ProgramsNational Urban Coalition (2 copies)
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    Federal Information Exchange System(handbook) November 1968
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    Turning PointUrban America Inc. 1968
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    National Enviroment Foundation-A Brighter World Environment Through Enlightenmentn.d.
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    Crescent Fall Issue Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. 1969
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    AttackNew York State Narcotic Addiction Control Commission 1969
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    Voting is People PowerLeague of Women Voters 1967
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    Atlanta Elections of 1969by Charles S. Rooks-Voter Education Project, Inc. 1970
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    Literature of Heritage, A BibliographyNational Council of Negro Women, Inc.
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    V.E.P. NewsVoter Education Project-Southern Regional Council, Inc. 1969
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    Ghetto Power in ActionNational Urban League 1969
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    North Carolina Historyland 1964
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    Mayors of America's Principal CitiesU.S. Conference on Mayors July 1973
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    4-H College Scholarships and Home Improvements AwardsSperry and Hutchinson n.d.
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    Information About Publicity, Fund Raising Clinics and Club Activities WorkshopsSperry and Hutchinson Co. n.d.
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    MFA Insurance Almanac 1966
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    Anciet Africaby John M. Weatherwax n.d.
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    Narrative of Sojourner Truthn.d.
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    Nat Turnerby Thomas Wentworth Higginson n.d.
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    African Explorers of the New World by Harold G. Lawrence n.d.
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    Man Who Stole a Continentby John M. Weatherwax n.d.
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    Races of Mankindby Ruth Benedict and Gene Welftish n.d.
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    Economic Research Servicesn.d.
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    Quick Facts on the Negro Market for Life Insurance National InsuranceAssociation n.d.
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    "How do you Sell to Urban Consumers"Ebony 1966
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    "To Prevent a Chain of Super-Watts"Alfonso J. Servantes, Harvard Business Review
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    Chicago Sun-TimesSunday Supplement May 1969
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    Arlington News
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    Pacifica Radio-NOW! publication
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    Proud Heritage
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    A . Philip Randolph: Labor's Grand Old Man-reprint from May 1969
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    University of Virginia News Letter(on Virginia and politics) 1969
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    Southern Education ReportMay 1969
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    Anciet Africa publication series (John Weatherwax)
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    WBAI-FM Profile of a Station 1968
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    First Research Company, Banks, Savigs and Loan Associates brochures
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    On the TrackAssociation of American Railroads
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    Now Reporter Newsletter of the Neighborhood Organization of Watts May, 28, 1969
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    Bob Dylan, Malcom XWPFJ FM publication
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    Know Your RightsVoter Education Project, Southern Regional Council
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    V.E.P. NewsVoter Education Project June 1969
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    Republican Battle LineAmerican Conservative Union June, August 1969
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    Virginia Union BulletinFounders Day Issue Feb. 1969
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    Congressional Black Caucus, 2nd National BanquetJune 1972
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    Second Baptist Church, Richmond, VirginiaJune 1972
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    Profiles of Virginia's Planning DistrictsVirginia Division of State Planning and Community Affairs 1973
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    Dimension USA...Commitment: EnvironmentEcology Services Bureau, Inc. n.d.
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    Cornerstone Project 1967
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    Congressional Candidate's Urban Issues PortfolioNational League of Cities United Conference of Mayors 1969
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    Total Community Involvement-Image Developmentn.d. 1968
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    Good Neighbors to Our Scout Brothers Boy Scoutsn.d.
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    Action '71Philadelphia Urban Coalition 1971
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    Summary of ProceedingsNational Conference on Housing: Regional Issues and Strategies-National Service to Regional Councils 1971
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    East St. Louis The End of a Decadeby Jane Altes-Southern illinois University at Edwardsville 1970
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    Joint Center for Political Studies' Guide to Black Politics 1972-Part 1. The Democratic National Convention 1972
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    Joint Center for Political Studies' Guide to Black Politics 1972-Part 2. The Republican National Convention 1972
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    Federal Review of Voting Changes-How to Use Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act 1974
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    FOCUSvol. 1 no. 3 January 1973
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    Federal Drug Abuse ProgramsJCPS Public Policy Series 1972
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    Black Community and Revenue SharingJCPS Public Policy Series 1973
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    Children and Lead PoisoningJCPS Public Policy Series 1972
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    Southern Black Mayors Local Problems and Federal Responsesby Kenneth S. Colburn 1973
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    National Roster of Black Elected Officialsv. 2 May 1975
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    Atlanticissue on Republican Party April 1966
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    JETWhat Goldwater's Nomination Means to U.S. Negroes July 1964
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    JET July 22, 1965
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    JET August 14, 1969
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    JET August 21, 1969
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    JET August 20, 1969
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    JET August 28, 1969
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    JET November 22, 1982
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    Newsweekissue with Politics 66 with Reagan on cover March 28, 1966
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    Newsweekissue: Report from Black America, A Newsweek Poll June 30, 1969
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    NewsweekApollo 11 July 21, 1969
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    NewsweekApollo 11 on Moon July 28, 1969
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    Soul IllustratedWinter 1968
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    Harambeeblack newspaper December 1967
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    LA RAZAnewpaper June 7, 1968
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    LA RAZAnewspaper May 11, 1968
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    Parents' Magazine and Better HomemakingSeptember 1968
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    James Brown Salute 1968
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    Time Life Books Special Report, The Young Americans 1966
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    Chicago Sun-TimesTuesday Magazine June 1969
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    SepiaJune 1969
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    EbonyMarch 1973
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    LifeMagazine Supplements-Negro History n.d.
Series VI--Ephemera and photographs 1940s-1970s
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    GOP Tie
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    GOP Wooden Elephant
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    Audio Tape labeled "Speech by George Romney on Open Housing"
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    Audio Tape labeled "Reading Lesson"
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    Audio Tape labeled "Clarence Townes Impact"
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    Audio Tape labeled "Governor C. Kirk, Florida, March 2-3 From the People" 1968
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    Audio Tape unlabeled
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    Box of National Negro Republican Assembly membership cards
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    Pocket Day Timer Monthly Calendars for months July-December 1966
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    Pocket Day-Timer Monthly Calendars for months February 1967
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    Negative image on wooden block of Townes
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    Letter Opener
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    Armstrong High School Yearbook 1944
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    Guest Book (unidentified event)
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    Copy of Net Testament presented by the Army of the United States, World War II
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    Box of business cards of various individuals
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    A Friend is Someone Like You(inscribed "On the Occasion of Your Birthday")
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    Planning book/calendar 1972
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    GOP Planning book/calendar inscribed with Townes' name on cover 1970
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    Photo/Poster of Clarence L. Townes, Jr. n.d.
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    From the Desk of Clarence L. Townes, Jr. Stationary
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    Two different address/phone number rolodexes
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    Wooden plaque
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    Toy Beetle
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    Personal Motivation 45 RPM record by Paul J. Meyer, President, Success Motivation Institute, Inc.
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    Various hotel keys
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    Miscellaneous political buttons
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    Ballard, Richard M.-National President of Phi Beta Sigma
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    Ballard, Richard M.; Vince Callahan; C.L. Townes; Unidentified man Campaign 1965
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    Ballard, Richard M.; Vince Callahan; Winford Mundle; C.L. Townes; Arthur Brinkley, Mrs. Brinkley, Linwood Brown Camapaign 1965
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    Black G.O.P. Committeemen, Chicago, Il 1970
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    Broke, Sen. Edward, Mass 1968
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    Callahan, Vince; C.L. Townes-Campaign 1965
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    Callahan, Vince; C.L. Townes-Campaign 1965
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    Dellums, Mrs. Ron (wife of congressman); C.L. Townes; Eddie Williams ca. 1973
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    Ford, Gerald; Mr. Clay; Unidentified Congressman; C.L. Townes 1965
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    Ford, Gerald; Alvin Dicer (sp); Mr. Clay; Unidentified Congressman; C.L. Townes 1965
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    Joint Center for Political Studies-C.L. Townes; Mary McWherter, Unidentified Woman 1973
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    Jones, Dr. Miles Richmond School Superintendent
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    King, Martin Luther; C.L. Townes
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    Larter, T. Milton; Mr. Humphries, C.L. Townes; Mary Gregory 1970s
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    Martin, Eddie
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    Nixon, Pres. Richard; George Lewis (GOP) 1969
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    Nixon, Pres. Richard; C.L. Townes 1969
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    Parker, Judge Barrington; Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Townes, C.L. Townes 1968
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    Reagan, Ronald; C.L. Townes 1966
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    Townes, C.L.-Campaign 1965
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    Townes, C.L.; Mrs. Dorothy Monroe-Campaign 1965
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    Townes, C.L.; Unidentified men, Republican Gala 1968
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    Townes, C.L.-Various Promo. shots at RNC 1969
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    Townes, C.L. 1960s
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    Townes, C.L. 1969
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    Townes, C.L. 1966
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    Townes, C.L. 1965
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    Unidentified man, from GOP 1964
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    White House meeting, President Nixon meets with black newspaper publishers 1969
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    Williams, Eddie, Vernon Jordon, C.L. Townes Joint Center for Political Studies 1973