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Collection Number: 03826

Collection Title: Guy Benton Johnson Papers, 1830-1882, 1901-1987

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Size 61.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 20400 items)
Abstract Guy Benton Johnson was one of the original research assistants at the Institute for Research in Social Science and joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina in 1927, retiring in 1969. In 1923, he married Guion Griffis, also a social science researcher. They had two sons: Guy Benton Jr. (Benny) (b. 1928) and Edward (b. 1933). The collection consists of papers, mostly correspondence and research project files, relating chiefly to Johnson's work at the University of Chicago and at UNC on the Ku Klux Klan; musical abilities of African-Americans and white Americans; African-American folksongs; the John Henry legend; the folklore and language (Gullah) of Saint Helena Island, S.C.; Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, N.C.; and the desegregation of higher education. Many items relate to his and Guion's participation in the Gunnar Myrdal Study of the American Negro, 1939-1940. There are also materials documenting Johnson's work with the Southern Regional Council, of which he was director in 1944-1947; the North Carolina Council on Human Relations; the Phelps-Stokes Fund; and the Howard University Board of Trustees; and his service to professional sociological organizations. Also included are writings by Johnson, pedagogical materials, photographs and other materials relating to his family in North Carolina and Texas and career. Johnson's correspondents included Langston Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, C.C. Spaulding, H.L. Mencken, Carl van Vechten, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marion Wright, and many other intellectuals, scholars, writers, and activists, both black and white. Audiovisual materials include recordings of speeches, music, and folk tales on audio tapes, audio discs, wax cylinders, and wire recordings, primarily from Johnson's field research on Saint Helena Island, S.C.
Creator Johnson, Guy Benton, 1901-
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Student materials in folders 561-569 CLOSED. Use of audio material may require production of listening copies.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Guy Benton Johnson Papers #3826, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Guy B. Johnson of Chapel Hill, N.C., in February 1990 (Acc. 90025).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Guy Benton Johnson was one of the original research assistants at the University of North Carolina's Institute for Research in Social Science, and joined the University's faculty in 1927. He became Kenan professor of anthropology and sociology in 1963 and retired six years later.

A native of Caddo Mills, Tex., Johnson earned a bachelor's degree from Baylor University in 1921, a master's degree from the University of Chicago in 1922, and a doctoral degree from the University of North Carolina in 1927.

He began studying African American culture, including folk music and dialect, in the 1920s. During that decade, he focused on Saint Helena Island, S.C., near Beaufort, where he became familiar with the music, folklore, and Gullah language of the inhabitants. His publications included The Negro and His Songs (with Howard Odum, 1925); Negro Workaday Songs (with Odum, 1926), John Henry, A Negro Legend (1929); and The Folk Culture of Saint Helena Island (1930).

During the 1930s and early 1940s Johnson conducted more purely sociological studies of the effects of the Depression on African Americans and the social structure of the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, N.C. In 1939-1940, he, along with his wife Guion, participated in the well known Myrdal study of African American life, administered by Gunnar Myrdal, a Swedish sociologist. Their work for this study included investigations of crime in African American communities, African American churches, and racial ideologies among whites.

From 1944 to 1947, Johnson was executive director of the Southern Regional Council. He later, in the 1950s, directed studies in African-American education for the Fund for the Advancement of Education. He also travelled extensively in Africa in the 1960s and early 1970s and studied race relations on the continent. Johnson was a fellow of the Social Science Research Council, the American Anthropological Association, and the American Sociological Association.

For 37 years, Johnson served as a trustee of Howard University.

Johnson was married to Guion Griffis Johnson, who was also active in social science research. They had two sons: Guy Benton Johnson, Jr., and Edward J. Johnson, psychology professor at the University of North Carolina.

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The collection consists of papers, mostly correspondence and research project files, relating chiefly to Johnson's work at the University of Chicago and at UNC on the Ku Klux Klan; musical abilities of African-Americans and white Americans; African-American folksongs; the John Henry legend; the folklore and language (Gullah) of Saint Helena Island, S.C.; Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, N.C.; and the desegregation of higher education. Many items relate to his and Guion's participation in the Gunnar Myrdal Study of the American Negro, 1939-1940. There are also materials documenting Johnson's work with the Southern Regional Council, of which he was director in 1944-1947; the North Carolina Council on Human Relations; the Phelps-Stokes Fund; and the Howard University Board of Trustees; and his service to professional sociological organizations. Also included are writings by Johnson, pedagogical materials, photographs and other materials relating to his family in North Carolina and Texas and career. Johnson's correspondents included Langston Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, C.C. Spaulding, H.L. Mencken, Carl van Vechten, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marion Wright, and many other intellectuals, scholars, writers, and activists, both black and white. Audiovisual materials include recordings of speeches, music, and folk tales on audio tapes, audio discs, wax cylinders, and wire recordings, primarily from Johnson's field research on Saint Helena Island, S.C.

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Contents list

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1. General Correspondence, 1917-1989.
1.1.1917-1919, 1922-1925, 1927-1929.
1.2. 1930-August 1969.
1.3. September 1969-1989.
1.4. Undated.
2. Alumni Office Files, 1924-1960s.
2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952.
2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s.
2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969.
3. Institutional Affiliations and Activities, 1918-1987.
3.1. Institute for Research in Social Sciences, 1922-1982 and undated.
3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957.
3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated.
3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated.
3.2. Southern Regional Council, 1941-1977 and undated.
3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated.
3.2.2. Publications, 1941-1975 and undated.
3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated.
3.2.4. North Carolina Division of SRC, 1950-1957, 1965.
3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965.
3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated.
3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated.
4. Professional Organizations and Activities, 1924-1986.
4.1. Southern Sociological Society, 1936-1973, 1985-1986.
4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971.
4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986.
4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980.
4.3. American Anthropological Association, 1969-1970, 1972.
4.4. Southern Anthropological Association, 1967, 1970, 1986.
4.5. North Carolina Sociological Association, 1971-1973.
5. Research Projects, 1922-1977 and undated.
5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated.
5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928.
5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931.
5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976.
5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated.
5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942.
5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977.
5.8. Participation of Negroes in Southern Life Study, 1924-1941 and undated.
5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937.
5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936.
5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated.
5.9. Myrdal Study, 1856; 1925-1942 and undated.
5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated.
5.9.2. Project Files, 1856; 1925-1942 and undated.
5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated.
5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated.
5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated.
5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated.
5.9.2.5. Legal Status of the Negro, 1938-1939 and undated.
5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated.
5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated.
5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated.
6. Subject Files, 1922-1981 and undated.
6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated.
6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated.
7. Writings, Addresses, and Personal Notes, 1917-1987 and undated.
7.1. Fiction and Personal Writings, 1925-1926, 1986 and undated.
7.2. Articles and Book Reviews, 1928-1958 and undated.
7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated.
7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937.
8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966.
9. Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Booklets, and Other Printed Materials, 1830-1973 and undated.
9.1. Antebellum, 1830-1860.
9.2. Reconstruction, 1868-1869 and undated.
9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973.
10. Calendars, 1945-1984 and undated.
11. Biographical Materials on Johnson, 1938-1987.
12. Audio and Visual Materials.
12.1. Photographs.
12.2. Audio Tapes, undated.
12.3. Audio Discs, 1946-1947 and undated.
12.4. Wax Cylinders, circa 1920-1930.

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About 1280 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Primarily correspondence of Johnson after he retired from the University of North Carolina in 1969, with substantial correspondence while a professor, and scattered letters received as a graduate student. No letters appear for 1920-1921, 1926, 1935 1937, 1939, 1941, 1949, or 1951-1952. Includes mostly letters exchanged with colleagues, students, friends, and family members, discussing the Gullah dialect, race relations, Africa, desegregation in higher education, miscellaneous research projects, North Carolina and Texas politics, World War II soldiers' experiences, and family news. A number of letters provide recollections by Johnson and his colleagues of his career and Johnson's memories of others, including Howard Odum, Gunnar Myrdal, and W. E. B. Du Bois.

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24 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Scattered correspondence with Howard Odum, Katharine Jocher, and other colleagues, friends, and publishers pertaining mostly to Johnson's attendance and research at UNC and publication of his master's thesis and a play he had written. Of note are a letter from a graduate student at the University of Kansas, describing his experiences there; two letters dated 1919 from a young French woman expressing gratitude toward American soldiers for their defense of France; and a letter, dated 22 October 1919, informing Johnson that he had been licensed to "preach the Gospel."

Folder 1

1917-1919, 1922-1925, 1927-1929 #03826, Subseries: "1.1.1917-1919, 1922-1925, 1927-1929." Folder 1

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About 530 items.

Johnson's correspondence, mostly 1960s, while a professor at the University of North Carolina, including letters exchanged with family members, colleagues, students, and friends. Many of the early letters are from Johnson's father in Abilene and his brother VKC in Caddo Mills, Tex., and discuss Texas politics, the Ku Klux Klan, crops, and family news. Johnson also received a number of letters from his son Benny, a student at University of North Carolina in the late 1940s, discussing campus politics and his studies. Correspondents of note among Johnson's colleagues are Howard Odum, Jessie Daniel Ames, H. L. Mitchell, and Marion Wright, though only scattered letters appear for each. Frequent topics include Johnson's early research projects carried out for the IRSS; segregation and the education of African Americans; the Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1954; Johnson's trip to Africa in 1959-1960 and exchange programs for African students; and opposition to the death penalty in North Carolina. Several letters from friends and former students give details of their experiences in the United States Army and United States Army Air Corps during World War II.

Two letters of special interest are one from Mack McCormick, dated 14 June 1958, discussing Paul Robeson's performance in the stage role of John Henry, and one from Johnson's daughter-in-law Nancy, dated 1 July 1960, describing the bitterness of the Lake-Sanford political race in North Carolina. Letters illuminating Johnson's personal attitudes appear dated 13 February 1963, when Johnson wrote his high-school teacher explaining his decision to become a Methodist, and 20 March 1969, when he wrote a colleague describing the development of his interest in studying African Americans.

Folder 2

1930-1934 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 2

Folder 3

1936, 1938, 1940 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 3

Folder 4

1942-1943 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 4

Folder 5

1944-1949 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 5

Folder 6

1950, 1953-1958 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 6

Folder 7

1959 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 7

Folder 8

1960 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 8

Folder 9

1961 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 9

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1962 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 10

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1963 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 11

Folder 12

1964-1965 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 12

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1966 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 13

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1967 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 14-17

Folder 18-20

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Folder 20

1968 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 18-20

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Folder 21

Folder 22

January-August 1969 #03826, Subseries: "1.2. 1930-August 1969." Folder 21-22

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About 745 items.

Johnson's correspondence after his retirement from University of North Carolina in 1969, chiefly letters exchanged with colleagues, including Gordon Blackwell, H. L. Mitchell, John Beecher, Lee Coleman, Arthur Raper, Len Lanham, and others, and with students and family members. Many of the items are letters of congratulations, invitations to speak, requests for recommendations, and similar items. Others discuss politics, the debate over the origins of the Gullah language, tax reform, Johnson's trips to Africa and Methodist missionary work there, Baylor University, the Howard University Board of Trustees, and Johnson's career.

Noteworthy items are an anecdotal letter, 5 October 1978, from Nels Anderson to Johnson and a letter, 19 October 1983, from Anderson to Edgar Thompson giving reminiscences of Johnson at the University of Chicago in 1920-1921, and a 9-p. memoir entitled, "Recalling Past Events with Guy B. Johnson," enclosed in a letter from Arthur Raper dated 10 November 1978. Several letters give Johnson's impressions of others. In 1982 and September 1984 Johnson wrote several letters to David Southern commenting on the relationship between Howard Odum and Gunnar Myrdal, and he enclosed in a letter, 8 December 1975, to William Toll a personal recollection of W. E. B. Du Bois.

Additional items of interest include a sermon by Pauli Murray, entitled "Gifts of the Holy Spirit to Women I Have Known," enclosed in a letter to Johnson dated 18 May 1978, and a letter, dated 12 October 1983, to Johnson discussing the controversy over Langston Hughes' appearance at University of North Carolina in 1931.

Family letters are mostly with Johnson's brothers VKC and Barney in Caddo Mills and his son Edward in Portland, Ore., and discuss family finances and health.

Folder 23

September-December 1969 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 23

Folder 24-26

Folder 24

Folder 25

Folder 26

December 1970 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 24-26

Folder 27-28

Folder 27

Folder 28

1971 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 27-28

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Folder 30

1972 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 29-30

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Folder 33

1973 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 31-33

Folder 34

1974 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 34

Folder 35-38

Folder 35

Folder 36

Folder 37

Folder 38

1976 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 35-38

Folder 39-40

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1977 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 39-40

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Folder 43

1978 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 41-43

Folder 44

1979 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 44

Folder 45-46

Folder 45

Folder 46

1980 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 45-46

Folder 47-48

Folder 47

Folder 48

1981 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 47-48

Folder 49

1982 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 49

Folder 50-51

Folder 50

Folder 51

1983 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 50-51

Folder 52-53

Folder 52

Folder 53

1984 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 52-53

Folder 54-55

Folder 54

Folder 55

1985 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 54-55

Folder 56

1986 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 56

Folder 57

1987-1989 #03826, Subseries: "1.3. September 1969-1989." Folder 57

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About 115 items.

Chiefly holiday cards with scattered letters to Johnson from family members and friends, students, and colleagues. A few letters appear from Johnson's father and his brother VKC and from his son Benny. Of note is a letter signed "Horace" that discusses black power.

Folder 58-62

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Folder 62

Undated #03826, Subseries: "1.4. Undated." Folder 58-62

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About 7070 items.

Three sets of files (2 alphabetical and 1 chronological) taken from Johnson's office in Alumni Hall on the University of North Carolina campus in 1970 and 1971. The files pertain to students, colleagues, and others; Johnson's professional, academic, and political activities; and travel. Included is information on civil rights, the Lumbee and Cherokee Indians of North Carolina, African American freedom celebrations, race relations, the U.S.A.-Africa Leader Exchange Program, and fraternities in which Johnson was involved. A number of addresses he gave to academic audiences are enclosed with the correspondence. Correspondents include a large number of political leaders, journalists, and intellectuals, among them Will W. Alexander, Jessie Daniel Ames, Claude Barnett, Mary McLeod Bethune, Sterling Brown, Ralph Bunche, W. E. B. Du Bois, John P. Davis, E. Franklin Frazier, Melville J. Herskovits, Langston Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, Percy Julian, Alain Locke, John Lomax, H. L. Mencken, Howard Odum, Hortense Powdermaker, Arthur Raper, Ira Reid, C. C. Spaulding, and others.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

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About 1500 items.

Alphabetical correspondence and subject file, mostly 1930s-1950s, maintained by Johnson while a graduate student and professor at University of North Carolina. A number of folders appear on the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project and on Johnson's students. Correspondence of interest appears with Cleveland Allen, with whom Johnson exchanged frequent letters, 1928-1932, concerning Negro folk songs; Samuel Asbury, with whom he corresponded, 1931-1933, concerning the relationship between white and black spirituals; Langston Hughes, with whom he corresponded, 1931-1932, concerning Hughes' appearance on the University of North Carolina campus in 1931; W. E. B. Du Bois, with whom he wrote, 1936-1939, concerning the "Encyclopedia of the Negro" project, and Horace Cayton, with whom Johnson exchanged letters, June 1936, discussing Johnson's work on the stratification of African-American communities and the death of the Garvey movement. Additional correspondents of note include R. B. Eleazer, Rossa Cooley, Edwin Embree, and Calvin Floyd. Their letters, and those with miscellaneous others, discuss archaeology at University of North Carolina, the Participation of Negroes in Southern Life study (see W. C. Jackson file), the Ku Klux Klan, the Commission on Interracial Cooperation (see L. R. Reynolds file), and work on the "Drums and Shadows" project (see Mary Granger file).

An item of special interest is a memorandum, entitled "Memorandum on My Appearance Before the Trustee Visiting Committee, January 16, 1948," in which Johnson describes his interrogation by the University of North Carolina Board of Trustees in relation to his racial views (see Confidential Memorandum file).

Folder 63

A Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 63

Folder 64

Allen, Cleveland #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 64

Folder 65

American Folksong Society (Jean Thomas) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 65

Folder 66

American Youth Society #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 66

Folder 67

Archaeology, Laboratory of, Works Progress Administration, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 67

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Folder 68

Folder 69

Asbury, Samuel E. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 68-69

Folder 70

Bousfield, M.O. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 70

Folder 71

Broughton, J.M. (Governor) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 71

Folder 72

B Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 72

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C Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 73-74

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Calvin, Floyd J. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 75

Folder 76

Canady, Herman G. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 76

Folder 77

Carter, William #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 77

Folder 78

Cayton, Horace #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 78

Folder 79

Columbia Phonograph Co., Inc. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 79

Folder 80

Confidential Memo, 19 January 1948 #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 80

Folder 81

Cooper, Anna #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 81

Folder 82

Cox, Frances (News Service) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 82

Folder 83

D Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 83

Folder 84

Davidson, A. Wolfe #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 84

Folder 85

Dictionary of American Biography #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 85

Folder 86

Dictionary of American History #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 86

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Folder 89

Division of Cooperation in Education and Race Relations #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 87-89

Folder 90

Drake, Joe T.: Studies on Negroes #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 90

Folder 91

E Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 91

Folder 92

Eleazer, R.B. (Director, North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 92

Folder 93

Embree, Edwin R. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 93

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Folder 99

"Encyclopedia of the Negro" #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 94-99

Folder 100

Expense Sheets #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 100

Folder 101

G Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 101

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Garwick, Walter C. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 102

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Folder 108

Granger, Mary (Georgia Federal Writers Project) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 103-108

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H Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 109

Folder 110

Harmon Foundation (Re: Negro Art) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 110

Folder 111

Henry, Mellinger E. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 111

Folder 112

Hertzler, J.O. (University of Nebraska) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 112

Folder 113

Herzog, George #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 113

Folder 114

Hughes, Langston #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 114

Folder 115

I Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 115

Folder 116

J Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 116

Folder 117

Jackson, George P. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 117

Folder 118

Jackson, W.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 118

Folder 119

Johnson, James Weldon #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 119

Folder 120

Jones, Thomas Jesse #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 120

Folder 121

K Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 121

Folder 122

Kalibaba, Ernst #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 122

Folder 123

Kobbe, Herman (Director, Hollypoint Project) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 123

Folder 124

Krueger, E.T. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 124

Folder 125

Ku Klux Klan #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 125

Folder 126

L Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 126

Folder 127

Letters (Form Letters, 1924, Asking for Materials, Reports, Advice, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 127

Folder 128

Loram, Charles T. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 128

Folder 129

Love, Cornelia #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 129

Folder 130

M Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 130

Folder 131

Mackaye, William V. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 131

Folder 132

Mowry, Mrs. A.S. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 132

Folder 133

N Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 133

Folder 134

O Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 134

Folder 135

P Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 135

Folder 136

Parents' Magazine: Questionnaire #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 136

Folder 137-140

Folder 137

Folder 138

Folder 139

Folder 140

Peabody Conference on Dual Education #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 137-140

Folder 141

Peabody, George Foster #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 141

Folder 142

R Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 142

Folder 143

Reports of Research (Early Days of Institute) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 143

Folder 144-155

Folder 144

Folder 145

Folder 146

Folder 147

Folder 148

Folder 149

Folder 150

Folder 151

Folder 152

Folder 153

Folder 154

Folder 155

Requests for Information and Assistance #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 144-155

Folder 156-158

Folder 156

Folder 157

Folder 158

Reynolds, W.R. (North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 156-158

Folder 159

S Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 159

Folder 160

Shepard, James E. (North Carolina College for Negroes) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 160

Folder 161

Simpson, George #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 161

Folder 162

Society of Friends Institute of Race Relations #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 162

Folder 163

Southern Workman #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 163

Folder 164

States, Correspondence with #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 164

Folder 165

Stock-Taking Conference on Negro, Durham, 1927 #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 165

Folder 166-167

Folder 166

Folder 167

Students: Correspondence with Present and Former Students #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 166-167

Folder 168

T Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 168

Folder 169

Trent, William J., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 169

Folder 170-171

Folder 170

Folder 171

Tuttle, Charles E., Rutland, Ver. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 170-171

Folder 172

Unemployment and Negroes Conference, Raleigh 6 May 1939 #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 172

Folder 173

V Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 173

Folder 174

W Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 174

Folder 175

Washington, E. Davidson #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 175

Folder 176

Wells, Frank B. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 176

Folder 177

White, Carl M. (Fisk University Library) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 177

Folder 178

Williams, T. Mayo (Chicago Music Publishing Company, 1925-1926) #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 178

Folder 179

Work, Monroe #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 179

Folder 180

Wright, R.R., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 180

Folder 181

YMCA and Y.W.C.A. #03826, Subseries: "2.1. Small Alphabetical File, 1924-1952." Folder 181

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s.

About 5570 items.

Use Restriction: Folders 561-569 CLOSED.

Alphabetical subject and correspondence file, 1950-1960s, containing chiefly correspondence with colleagues concerning research projects in which Johnson was engaged and his professional and organizational activities. Topics include school desegregation (see especially folders for the Ashmore Project); civil rights; the Cherokee and Lumbee Indians of North Carolina; the John Henry legend; African Americans in the Depression (see folder for Arthur Raper); and interracial cooperation efforts. The files also document Johnson's participation in the Southern Regional Council and the American Sociological Association. Miscellaneous folders also appear containing materials Johnson collected on subjects of interest to him, including anti-integrationist sentiment, birds, University of North Carolina campus events and concerns, Communism, McCarthyism, and the University Methodist Church.

Besides correspondence, miscellaneous materials such as clippings, political flyers, pamphlets, speeches, and other items appear as enclosures to letters and in various subject folders. Correspondents of note are Jessie Daniel Ames, Carl Van Vechten, H. L. Mencken, Will W. Alexander, Claude Barnett, Mary McLeod Bethune, Ralph Bunche, W. E. B. Du Bois, Charles S. Johnson, Arthur Raper, Hortense Powdermaker, and Carter G. Woodson.

Folder 182-183

Folder 182

Folder 183

A: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 182-183

Folder 184

Aaronsburg Assembly (Pennsylvania) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 184

Folder 185

Africa Freedom Day Celebration, New York, 1959 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 185

Folder 186

African Studies Association #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 186

Folder 187-188

Folder 187

Folder 188

Africa Trip, 1959-1960 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 187-188

Folder 189

Alexander, W.P. (Negro farmer, author) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 189

Folder 190

Alexander, Will W. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 190

Folder 191

Alpha Kappa Delta #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 191

Folder 192

Alpha Psi Delta #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 192

Folder 193

Alumni Building, Floor Plans #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 193

Folder 194

American Anthropological Association #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 194

Folder 195

American Anthropological Association: Paper on "Gullah", 1967 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 195

Folder 196

American Anthropologist #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 196

Folder 197

American Association of School Administrators (Saint Louis Meeting, 1955) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 197

Folder 198

American Association of University Professors #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 198

Folder 199

American Jewish Congress #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 199

Folder 200

American Missionary Association: Race Relations Department #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 200

Folder 201-202

Folder 201

Folder 202

American Sociological Association #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 201-202

Folder 203

American Sociological Association: Visiting Lecturers Program #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 203

Folder 204

Americans for Democratic Action #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 204

Folder 205

Ames, Jesse Daniel #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 205

Folder 206

Anderson, Nels #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 206

Folder 207

Anisfield Grant-in-Aid (Mrs. Edith Wolf) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 207

Folder 208

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 208

Folder 209

Anthropology (Annual Reports, Conference Materials) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 209

Folder 210

Anthropology Cartoon Collection #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 210

Folder 211

Anti-Defamation League #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 211

Folder 212-213

Folder 212

Folder 213

Anti-Integration: Organizations, Literature #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 212-213

Folder 214-215

Folder 214

Folder 215

Archaeological Society of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 214-215

Folder 216

Ashmore Project, Letters, etc., 1953 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 216

Folder 217

Ashmore Project, Letters, etc., 1954-1956 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 217

Folder 218

A.P. Interview Story by Wood, February 1967 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 218

Folder 219

Association for Study of Negro Life and History, 52nd Annual Meeting, Greensboro, N.C. (13 October 1967) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 219

Folder 220

Atlanta University #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 220

Folder 221

Attorney General, State of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 221

Folder 222

Austin, Louis F. ( Carolina Times, Editor) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 222

Folder 223-226

Folder 223

Folder 224

Folder 225

Folder 226

B: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 223-226

Folder 227

Baity, Elizabeth Chesley #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 227

Folder 228

Baker, George W. (United States Air Force) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 228

Folder 229

Barnett, Claude #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 229

Folder 230

Barth, Ernest A. Tom #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 230

Folder 231

Baylor University #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 231

Folder 232

Beaty, R.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 232

Folder 233

Beecher, John N. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 233

Folder 234

Bell County Building and Loan Association #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 234

Folder 235

Bellamy, Raymond #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 235

Folder 236

Bennett, Whitman and Isadora #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 236

Folder 237

Bernard, L.L. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 237

Folder 238

Beta Sigma Tau #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 238

Folder 239

Bethune, Mary McLeod #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 239

Folder 240

Biesheuvel Researches on African Ability, Personality, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 240

Folder 241

Birds #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 241

Folder 242

Blackwell, Gordon #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 242

Folder 243

Bluford, F.D. and A&T College #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 243

Folder 244

Boston University #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 244

Folder 245

Botkin, B.A. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 245

Folder 246

Boy Scouts of America #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 246

Folder 247

Boyd, P.P. (University of Kentucky) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 247

Folder 248

Brooks, Lee M. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 248

Folder 249

Brown, VKC M. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 249

Folder 250

Brown, Sterling #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 250

Folder 251

Bunche, Ralph #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 251

Folder 252

Burgess, Elaine (Research Assistant, 1958-1959) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 252

Folder 253

Burgess, Ernest W. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 253

Folder 254-256

Folder 254

Folder 255

Folder 256

C: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 254-256

Folder 257

Campus Concerns #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 257

Folder 258

Carlton, Harvey B. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 258

Folder 259

Carnegie Corporation of New York #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 259

Folder 260

Carolina Symposium #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 260

Folder 261

Cashmore, Thomas Richard (Rotary Fellow, 1951-1952) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 261

Folder 262-263

Folder 262

Folder 263

Catholic Committee of the South #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 262-263

Folder 264

Catton, William R., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 264

Folder 265

Cherokee Indians of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 265

Folder 266

Chief State School Officers' Conference, Atlanta, 1954 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 266

Folder 267

Chivers, Walter R. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 267

Folder 268

Christian Science Monitor #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 268

Folder 269-270

Folder 269

Folder 270

Civil Rights Commission, 1957-1959 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 269-270

Folder 271

National Civil Liberties Clearing House Conference, March 1958 (Correspondence) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 271

Folder 272

National Civil Liberties Clearing House Conference, March 1958 (Speech, Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 272

Folder 273

Civil Rights Bills, 84th Congress #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 273

Folder 274

Cobb, Mary--University of North Carolina Correspondence Bureau #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 274

Folder 275

Coe, Joffre #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 275

Folder 276

Coleman, Lee (University of Kentucky) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 276

Folder 277

Columbia, S.C.: State and Record #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 277

Folder 278

Committee on Education, Training, and Research in Race Relations (University of Chicago) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 278

Folder 279

Communism: Miscellaneous Material #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 279

Folder 280

Communist (and Other S.O.B.) Propaganda #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 280

Folder 281

Conference on Education of American Negroes and African Natives, 1937 (Letters from Participants) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 281

Folder 282

Conference on Education of American Negroes and African Natives, Chapel Hill, 1937 (Miscelleaneous Material) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 282

Folder 283

Congress, Members of #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 283

Folder 284

Copeland, Lewis #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 284

Folder 285-286

Folder 285

Folder 286

Couch, William T. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 285-286

Folder 287

Crackpots, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 287

Folder 288

Crittenden, C.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 288

Folder 289-290

Folder 289

Folder 290

D: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 289-290

Folder 291

Dabney, Virginius #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 291

Folder 292

Daniels, Jonathan #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 292

Folder 293

Davie, Maurice R. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 293

Folder 294

Davis, Jackson (See also General Education Board) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 294

Folder 295

Davis, John P. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 295

Folder 296

Daytona Beach (Consultations, Methodist W.S.C.S., 28-29 March 1958) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 296

Folder 297

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Acting Chair, Summer 1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 297

Folder 298

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Annual Reports) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 298

Folder 299

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Correspondence with Colleagues) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 299

Folder 300-301

Folder 300

Folder 301

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Official Matters and Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 300-301

Folder 302

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (List of Students and Advisors) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 302

Folder 303

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Memoranda, Handbooks) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 303

Folder 304

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 304

Folder 305

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Steering Committee) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 305

Folder 306

Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Syllabus, Anthropology 41 by Murphy) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 306

Folder 307-309

Folder 307

Folder 308

Folder 309

Desegregation (Resistance, Opinion Polls) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 307-309

Folder 310

Detweiler, F.G. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 310

Folder 311

Dollard, John #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 311

Folder 312

Dow, G.S. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 312

Folder 313

DuBois, W.E.B. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 313

Folder 314

Duke University, Center for Southern Studies #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 314

Folder 315

Dunlap, M.D. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 315

Folder 316

E: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 316

Folder 317

Earlham College Africa Institute, 1965 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 317

Folder 318

East Carolina College #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 318

Folder 319

East-West Center, Honolulu #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 319

Folder 320

"Encyclopedia of the Negro" #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 320

Folder 321

F: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 321

Folder 322

Faris, Ellsworth B. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 322

Folder 323-325

Folder 323

Folder 324

Folder 325

Films (Lists, Information, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 323-325

Folder 326

Fisk University (Park Hall Dedication, 1955) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 326

Folder 327

Fisk University (Race Relations Department) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 327

Folder 328

Florida Speeches (Miami, Miami Beach, 1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 328

Folder 329

Foley, Father A.S., S.J. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 329

Folder 330

Folklore Curriculum, University of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 330

Folder 331-332

Folder 331

Folder 332

Ford Foundation #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 331-332

Folder 333

Foreign Correspondence, Other than Africa #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 333

Folder 334

Foreign Students #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 334

Folder 335

Frazier, E. Franklin #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 335

Folder 336

Frauds ("Spanish Swindle," etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 336

Folder 337-344

Folder 337

Folder 338

Folder 339

Folder 340

Folder 341

Folder 342

Folder 343

Folder 344

Fulbright Awards and Fellowships, 1950s #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 337-344

Folder 345

Fund for the Advancement of Education (Ashmore Project) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 345

Folder 346

Fund for the Republic #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 346

Folder 347

Furnas, J.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 347

Folder 348

G: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 348

Folder 349

Ganderson, Harry (Interracial Marriage Case) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 349

Folder 350

Gardner, O. Max, Jr. (Gardner Foundation) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 350

Folder 351

Garfinkel, Harold #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 351

Folder 352

Garfinkel, Harold (Crime Project) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 352

Folder 353

General Education Board #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 353

Folder 354

George, W.C. ("Authority" on Race and Genetics) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 354

Folder 355

Gobbledy-Gook (Examples) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 355

Folder 356

Godfrey, Dean J.L. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 356

Folder 357

Governor of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 357

Folder 358

Graduate Study for Southern Negro Students #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 358

Folder 359

Graduate Study for Southern Negro Students (Paper, 1937, New Orleans) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 359

Folder 360-361

Folder 360

Folder 361

Graham, Frank P. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 360-361

Folder 362

Griffin, John A. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 362

Folder 363

Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship Announcements #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 363

Folder 364

Gulley, William H. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 364

Folder 365-366

Folder 365

Folder 366

H: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 365-366

Folder 367

Hagood, Major Lee #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 367

Folder 368

Hampton Institute #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 368

Folder 369

Hancock, W.K. (Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Univ. of London) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 369

Folder 370

Harlow, S. Ralph #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 370

Folder 371

Harper, Ida #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 371

Folder 372

Hazen Foundation (Conference at Swannanoa, 1943) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 372

Folder 373

Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 373

Folder 374

Hedrick, James A. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 374

Folder 375

Hernandez, Juano (Juan Henry) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 375

Folder 376

Herskovits, Melville J. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 376

Folder 377

Himes, J.S., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 377

Folder 378

Hobbs Memorial #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 378

Folder 379

Hudson, A.P. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 379

Folder 380

Human Betterment League of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 380

Folder 381

I: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 381

Folder 382

Institute on Regional Development, June 1936 (Agenda and Background Material) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 382

Folder 383-386

Folder 383

Folder 384

Folder 385

Folder 386

Institute on Regional Development, June 1936 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 383-386

Folder 387

International Affairs Seminars of Washington #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 387

Folder 388

International Society for Scientific Study of Race Problems #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 388

Folder 389

Interracialist, Institute of Social Order, Saint Louis International Affairs Seminars of Washington (Harold Snyder) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 389

Folder 390

Invitations to Speak, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 390

Folder 391

Jay, Rosa Lee and Clayton #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 391

Folder 392

Jocher, Katharine #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 392

Folder 393-394

Folder 393

Folder 394

Johnson, Charles S. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 393-394

Folder 395

Johnson, Cyrus M. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 395

Folder 396

Johnson, James P. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 396

Folder 397

Jones, Mrs. R.C. (Guy Benton Johnson's High School Teacher, Lucy Dodd) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 397

Folder 398

Journal of Abnormal Psychology #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 398

Folder 399

Journal of Experimental Psychology #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 399

Folder 400

Journal of Negro Education #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 400

Folder 401

Julian, Percy #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 401

Folder 402

K: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 402

Folder 403

Kenan Professorship (Letters of Congratulation, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 403

Folder 404

Kentucky (Guy Benton Johnson's Public Addresses in Kentucky, 1954) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 404

Folder 405

King, Morton B. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 405

Folder 406

King, Robert M. (Student 1955-1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 406

Folder 407

Kirkwood, Kenneth (University of Natal) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 407

Folder 408

Kiser, Clyde V. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 408

Folder 409

Kiser, Mary #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 409

Folder 410

Kluckhohn, Florence and Clyde #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 410

Folder 411

L: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 411

Folder 412

LaBarre, Weston A., Jr., and Maurine #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 412

Folder 413

Larkins, John R. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 413

Folder 414

Laursen, Johannes and Faith (Danish Information Service) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 414

Folder 415

Lazarus, A.D. (Durban, South Africa) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 415

Folder 416

Lenoir-Rhyne College Address, 1941 (Which Had Some Repercussions) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 416

Folder 417

Lenski, Gerhard #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 417

Folder 418

Lewis, Alba Meyers #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 418

Folder 419

Linton, Ralph #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 419

Folder 420

Locke, Alaine #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 420

Folder 421

Loescher, Frank S. (United States-South African Exchange Program) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 421

Folder 422

Lomax, John A. and Allan #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 422

Folder 423

Lorimer, Frank #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 423

Folder 424

Louisiana State University Press #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 424

Folder 425

Louisburg College Talk on Africa, 8 February 1961 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 425

Folder 426

M: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 426

Folder 427

Maclachlan, John #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 427

Folder 428

McCarthyism #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 428

Folder 429

McClain, Howard #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 429

Folder 430

McClinton, Raymond #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 430

Folder 431

McCuiston, Fred #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 431

Folder 432

McGraw-Hill Book Company #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 432

Folder 433

McKinney, T.E. (Johnson C. Smith University) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 433

Folder 434

Mangum, C.S. ( The Negro and the Law: 1940-1954, 1955) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 434

Folder 435

Mangum, Charles S., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 435

Folder 436

Marimon, Bob and Florence #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 436

Folder 437

Martin, Murdock and Etta P. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 437

Folder 438

Massey, H.N. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 438

Folder 439

Matthews, Harold #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 439

Folder 440

Melvin, Bruce L. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 440

Folder 441

Mencken, H.L. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 441

Folder 442

(University) Methodist Church Board Meetings (Stewards, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 442

Folder 443

(University) Methodist Church (Wesley Foundation, University of North Carolina) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 443

Folder 444

Methodist Church Committee on Christian Social Concerns #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 444

Folder 445

Methodist Church, North Carolina Conference of #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 445

Folder 446

Methodist Church, College Campaign, 1962 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 446

Folder 447

Metfessel, Milton (University of Iowa, Re: Singing Ability of Negro Children) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 447

Folder 448

Moore, Harry E. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 448

Folder 449

Morgan, S.L., Sr. (Waker Forest, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 449

Folder 450

Moss, Carlton #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 450

Folder 451

Morehead Foundation Scholarships #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 451

Folder 452

Motor License, Title, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 452

Folder 453

Muldawney, James F. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 453

Folder 454

Murphy, Emmett J. (Pat) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 454

Folder 455

N: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 455

Folder 456

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 456

Folder 457

National Conference of Social Work #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 457

Folder 458

National Student Association #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 458

Folder 459

National Urban League #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 459

Folder 460

Nelme, Bennett D. (Cherry Grove Beach, S.C., Wadesboro, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 460

Folder 461

Nelson, William Stuart #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 461

Folder 462-463

Folder 462

Folder 463

Newbold, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 462-463

Folder 464

New York Times #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 464

Folder 465

Noland, E. William #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 465

Folder 466

North, Walter #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 466

Folder 467

North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company (Dedication of New Building) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 467

Folder 468

North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Durham, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 468

Folder 469

North Carolina Archive of Folklore and Music #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 469

Folder 470

North Carolina Council on Human Relations #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 470

Folder 471

North Carolina College at Durham #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 471

Folder 472

Notre Dame University Symposium, November 1957 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 472

Folder 473

Nyabongo, Prince Akiki #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 473

Folder 474

O: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 474

Folder 475

O'Brian, Jane and Lynn #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 475

Folder 476

Oderigo, Nestor R. Ortiz (Buenos Aires, Argentina) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 476

Folder 477

Odum Book Project #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 477

Folder 478

Odum Obituaries and Appreciations #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 478

Folder 479

Odum, Howard W., 1924-1936 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 479

Folder 480

Odum, Howard W., 1936-1954 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 480

Folder 481

Open Door Book Club #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 481

Folder 482

Operations Research, Department of Army #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 482

Folder 483

Opportunity #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 483

Folder 484

Otudeko, Adebisi #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 484

Folder 485

P: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 485

Folder 486

Pacific Affairs #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 486

Folder 487

Parker, Baryl (Southern Pines, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 487

Folder 488

Parsons, Talcott #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 488

Folder 489

Parsons Work (Reviewed by Sprott, British Journal of Sociology) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 489

Folder 490

Peacock, Wesley (Wit Appreciation Testing) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 490

Folder 491-492

Folder 491

Folder 492

Penn Community Services (Saint Helena Island, 1962-1964) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 491-492

Folder 493

Penn Community Services (Saint Helena Island, 1965) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 493

Folder 494

Petal Paper (Miss.), P.D. East #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 494

Folder 495

Phi Delta Kappan: Journal of Phi Delta Kappan #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 495

Folder 496

Pitman, Dorothy #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 496

Folder 497

Phylon and Mozell C. Hill, Editor #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 497

Folder 498

Positions (Inquiries Concerning People, Vacancies, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 498

Folder 499

Pound, Louise #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 499

Folder 500

Powdermaker, Hortense #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 500

Folder 501

Powell, John #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 501

Folder 502

Prentice-Hall Publishing Company #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 502

Folder 503

President's Committee on Contact Compliance #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 503

Folder 504

Price, Dan O. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 504

Folder 505

Puckett, N.N. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 505

Folder 506

Q: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 506

Folder 507

R: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 507

Folder 508

Race Problems Course Given by Edwin L. Clarke #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 508

Folder 509

Racism (Examples of in Letters, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 509

Folder 510

Radcliffe-Brown Lectures on a Natural Science of Society #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 510

Folder 511

Radio Talk on Race Relations (Tar Heel Network, 23 April 1941, and Letters About) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 511

Folder 512

Raper, Arthur (See also Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 512

Folder 513

Reckless, W.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 513

Folder 514-515

Folder 514

Folder 515

Record, Cy Wilson #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 514-515

Folder 516

Red Banks Mutual Association (Cooperative Farm, Robeson County, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 516

Folder 517

Redding, J. Saunders #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 517

Folder 518

Reid, Ira De A. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 518

Folder 519

Rennick, Robert #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 519

Folder 520-523

Folder 520

Folder 521

Folder 522

Folder 523

Requests for Information, etc., 1947-1956 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 520-523

Folder 524-525

Folder 524

Folder 525

Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 524-525

Folder 526

Ronald Press Company (Criticism of a Book) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 526

Folder 527

Rosenwald Fund #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 527

Folder 528

Ross, Frank #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 528

Folder 529

Rotary Club #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 529

Folder 530

S: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 530

Folder 531

Saint Paul's Polytechnic Institute (Address, 8 March 1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 531

Folder 532

Sapir, Edward #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 532

Folder 533

Sarratt, Reed #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 533

Folder 534

Seashore, C.E. and Robert H. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 534

Folder 535

Seeman, Ernest #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 535

Folder 536

Sellin, Thorsten #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 536

Folder 537

Simpson, Richard L. and Ida H. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 537

Folder 538

Johnson C. Smith University #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 538

Folder 539

Smith, Marion B. (Louisiana State University) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 539

Folder 540

Smith, T. Lynn (Louisiana State University) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 540

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Folder 541

Folder 542

Social Science Research Council #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 541-542

Folder 543

Society for the Study of Social Problems #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 543

Folder 544

Southern Assembly on Africa #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 544

Folder 545

Southern Conference for Human Welfare #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 545

Folder 546

Southern Education Foundation, Curtis Dixon #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 546

Folder 547

South School News #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 547

Folder 548

Southern Regional Committee of Social Science Research Conference #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 548

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Folder 549

Folder 550

Southern Regional Council #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 549-550

Folder 551

Southern Regional Council: "Subversion" Charges #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 551

Folder 552

Southern Regional Education Program (Board of Control, John Ivey, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 552

Folder 553

Southern Workman, October 1925 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 553

Folder 554

Space Committee #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 554

Folder 555

Spaulding, C.C. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 555

Folder 556

Speck, Frank #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 556

Folder 557

Speeches (Thanks, Comments, etc., on Speeches not Otherwise Filed #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 557

Folder 558

Spring Hill college (Mobile, Ala., Institute of Human Relations, November 1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 558

Folder 559

Steiner, J.F. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 559

Folder 560

Stokes, Anson Phelps #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 560

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Folder 569

Student Correspondence, etc. (CLOSED) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 561-569

Folder 570

Survey Magazine #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 570

Folder 571

T: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 571

Folder 572

Tar Heel #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 572

Folder 573

Taylor, James T. (North Carolina College for Negroes) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 573

Folder 574

Thomas, W.I. and Dorothy S. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 574

Folder 575

Thompson, Charles H. (Howard University) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 575

Folder 576

Thompson, Edgar T. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 576

Folder 577

Time and Life #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 577

Folder 578

Travel, Reimbursed #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 578

Folder 579

Trigg, H.L. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 579

Folder 580

Tulane University (Dean ten Hoor) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 580

Folder 581

Tumin, Mel #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 581

Folder 582

Tuskegee Institute #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 582

Folder 583

Tuskegee Institute (Address at Vespers, 16 October 1955) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 583

Folder 584

Tuskegee Institute (Address, Founder's Day, 12 April 1953) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 584

Folder 585

U: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 585

Folder 586

UNESCO #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 586

Folder 587

United States Government (Not Otherwise Classified) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 587

Folder 588

United States Navy #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 588

Folder 589

U.S. News and World Report (Interview on Integration, Letters, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 589

Folder 590

United States Office of Education #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 590

Folder 591-596

Folder 591

Folder 592

Folder 593

Folder 594

Folder 595

Folder 596

United States-Africa Faculty Exchange Program and Africa Leader Exchange Program, 1961-1966 and undated #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 591-596

Folder 597

United States Census, 1960 (Committee on Race and Ethnic Groups) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 597

Folder 598

United States Information Agency (Voice of America, Scripts) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 598

Folder 599

United States Information Agency (Articles, 1958, 1961, 1962) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 599

Folder 600

United States Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 600

Folder 601

Union of South Africa (Booklets, Maps, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 601

Folder 602

University of Hawaii (Invitation to Teach, 1949) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 602

Folder 603

University of Hawaii (Re: Summer) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 603

Folder 604

University of Maryland (Summer Lecture, 1957) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 604

Folder 605

University of North Carolina: Chancellor's Office #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 605

Folder 606

University of North Carolina: Commencement, 1967 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 606

Folder 607

University of North Carolina: Committees #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 607

Folder 608

University of North Carolina: Faculty #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 608

Folder 609

University of North Carolina: Faculty Council #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 609

Folder 610

University of North Carolina: Graduate School (Admin. Board, Special Committee to Hear Appeal of Rose Koenig) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 610

Folder 611

University of North Carolina: Library #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 611

Folder 612

University of North Carolina: President Friday #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 612

Folder 613

University of North Carolina: President Gray #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 613

Folder 614

University of North Carolina Press #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 614

Folder 615

University of North Carolina: Report on Undergraduate Requirements #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 615

Folder 616

University of North Carolina: Speaker Ban Law of 1963 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 616

Folder 617

University of North Carolina: Trustees (Admission of Negroes) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 617

Folder 618

University of North Carolina: Trustees (Appearance Before and Difficulties with John Clark) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 618

Folder 619

University of North Carolina: Trustees (John Clark) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 619

Folder 620

University of North Carolina (University College of Fort Hare) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 620

Folder 621

V: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 621

Folder 622

Van der Zanden (Ph.D. Project) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 622

Folder 623

Van Vechten, Carl #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 623

Folder 624

Vance, Rupert B. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 624

Folder 625

Varley, Donald #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 625

Folder 626

W: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 626

Folder 627

Watson, John E. (Rotary Fellow, New Zealand, 1950-1951 #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 627

Folder 628

Wauchope, Robert (Committee on His Relation to Sociology Department) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 628

Folder 629

Weil, Gertrude #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 629

Folder 630

White, Walter (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 630

Folder 631

Who's Who, etc. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 631

Folder 632

Wiggins, Sam P. (Peabody College) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 632

Folder 633

Williams, Robin #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 633

Folder 634

Wirth, Louis #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 634

Folder 635

Woodson, Carter G. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 635

Folder 636

Woofter, T.J., Jr. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 636

Folder 637

Wright, Marion A. #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 637

Folder 638

Y: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 638

Folder 639

Yale University #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 639

Folder 640

Young, Donald #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 640

Folder 641

Young, Kimball #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 641

Folder 642

Young, Louise (Scarritt College) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 642

Folder 643

Young, P.B. (Norfolk Journal and Guide #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 643

Folder 644

YMCA (Consultation, 21-22 September 1956) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 644

Folder 645

YMCA (Southern Area Council, Atlanta) #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 645

Folder 646

Z: Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "2.2. Large Alphabetical File, 1950-1960s." Folder 646

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969.

Miscellaneous correspondence, mostly with colleagues, concerning teaching, the formation of an archaeological society in North Carolina, Robeson County, N.C., the effects of the Depression on African Americans, activities of the North Carolina Division of the Southern Regional Council, desegregation of higher education, and Southern Sociological Society committee business. A few letters also appear from Johnson's family, mostly his son Benny in the 1960's. Correspondence also appears from a number of African students wishing to study in the United States. Correspondents include George Mitchell, C. C. Spaulding, J. Graham Cruikshank, Frederick Patterson, and Edgar Thompson.

Items of note include a letter, dated 7 June 1953, from Leone Matthews, denouncing a speech Johnson had given at Howard University and warning against the dangers he perceived in miscegenation, and a 1967 "Report by the Editors of Social Forces" to the Members of the Southern Sociological Society (folder 670).

Folder 647

1931-1932 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 647

Folder 648

1933 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 648

Folder 649

1939-1940 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 649

Folder 650

1947-1948 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 650

Folder 651

1949 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 651

Folder 652

1950 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 652

Folder 653

1951 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 653

Folder 654

1952 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 654

Folder 655

1953 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 655

Folder 656

1954 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 656

Folder 657

1955 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 657

Folder 658

1956 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 658

Folder 659

1957-1960 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 659

Folder 660-664

Folder 660

Folder 661

Folder 662

Folder 663

Folder 664

1961 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 660-664

Folder 665

1962 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 665

Folder 666

1963 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 666

Folder 667

1964 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 667

Folder 668

1965 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 668

Folder 669

1966 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 669

Folder 670

1967 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 670

Folder 671

1968 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 671

Folder 672

1969 #03826, Subseries: "2.3. Correspondence Files, 1931-1969." Folder 672

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Institutional Affiliations and Activities, 1918-1987.

About 2850 items.

Arrangement: by institution/activity.

Files concerning Johnson's affiliation with and activities on behalf of the Southern Regional Council, the Institute for Research in Social Sciences (IRSS), the North Carolina Council on Human Relations, the Phelps-Stokes Fund, and Howard University. The bulk of the materials pertain to the Southern Regional Council, including the period of Johnson's directorship, 1944-1947. Some materials relate to the North Carolina division of the Southern Regional Council. The remaining files pertain mostly to the IRSS, and include records kept by Katharine Jocher, 1929-1960, on the production and circulation of the IRSS's Journal of Social Forces. Only limited items appear on the IRSS's early history.

Materials include correspondence and memoranda, financial records, clippings, meeting minutes and agendas, work reports, publications, and other administrative files, and drafts of Guy and Guion Griffis Johnson's history of the IRSS. Other files document the history and activities of the NCCHR, and limited materials, mostly reports, meeting materials, and correspondence, give information on Johnson's role as a Trustee of the Phelps-Stokes Fund and Howard University.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. Institute for Research in Social Sciences, 1922-1982 and undated.

About 625 items.

Primarily drafts of the history Guy and Guion Griffis Johnson prepared of the IRSS, and administrative files, correspondence, and financial records pertaining to IRSS research and publishing efforts and to the editing and printing of the Institute's official organ, the Journal of Social Forces. Most items fall within the 1930s-1950s period. Individuals best represented include Howard Odum and Gordon Blackwell.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957.

About 260 items.

Scattered administrative files (mostly 1940s-1950s) kept by Johnson, including correspondence and internal memoranda, reports of work done, research proposals, minutes of staff meetings (incomplete, 1947-1957), lists of IRSS publications and research projects, and a few manuscripts published under the auspices of the IRSS. Correspondence and memoranda, dated 1928-1930 and 1948-1957, is mostly with Gordon Blackwell, director of the IRSS, during the later years. A few items appear for Howard Odum.

Folder 673

"Air Force Base Project" #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 673

Folder 674

Baylor College Study of Families, 1925 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 674

Folder 675

Case Studies of the Old-Time Negro, 1931 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 675

Folder 676

"Changing Problems in Race Adjustment" #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 676

Folder 677

Cities and the Negro Population, 1925 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 677

Folder 678

Correspondence and Memoranda #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 678

Folder 679

Improved County Government in North Carolina Study #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 679

Folder 680

Interracial Efforts #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 680

Folder 681

Lists of Publications #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 681

Folder 682

Lists of Research Projects #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 682

Folder 683

Minutes of Staff Meetings #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 683

Folder 684

Miscellaneous Reports #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 684

Folder 685

National Interracial Conference (Washington, December 1928 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 685

Folder 686

"Negro Folklore in Recent Literature on the Negro" #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 686

Folder 687

Negro in Literature and Art #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 687

Folder 688

Race Progress in the South, 1924 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 688

Folder 689

Racial Attitudes Study, 1933 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 689

Folder 690

Research Projects on the Negro (Johnson) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 690

Folder 691

Research Project Proposals #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 691

Folder 692

Source Book on the Negro #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 692

Folder 693

"Study of the Economic Status of the Negro" #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 693

Folder 694

"Study of Negro Life in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, N.C." #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 694

Folder 695

A Study of West Southern Pines, N.C., 1931 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 695

Folder 696

Summer Schools for Negroes, 1925 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.1. Miscellaneous IRSS Files, 1922-1957." Folder 696

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated.

About 375 items.

Primarily financial correspondence and records with Baltimore printers Williams & Wilkins Company, 1929 1943, 1949-1950, 1952-1960, maintained by Katharine Jocher, and limited administrative and correspondence files kept by Johnson during his tenure as editor. Johnson's correspondence (mostly 1969) is with authors and peer reviewers about submissions. Miscellaneous items include draft manuscripts submitted and newspaper clippings. Information on circulation statistics can be found in folders labeled "Financial Notes" and "Early History." For additional files on Social Forces, see Subseries 4.1.

Folder 697

An Analysis of the First Thirteen Volumes of Social Forces #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 697

Folder 698

Annual Report, 1970 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 698

Folder 699

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 699

Folder 700

Commentary and Articles #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 700

Folder 701

Correspondence, 1961-1964, 1966-1967 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 701

Folder 702

Correspondence, 1968 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 702

Folder 703

Correspondence, 1969 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 703

Folder 704

Correspondence, 1970, 1972-1974, 1976-1977, and undated #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 704

Folder 705

Early History #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 705

Folder 706

Financial Notes #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 706

Folder 707

Matejko Articles #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 707

Folder 708-723

Folder 708

Folder 709

Folder 710

Folder 711

Folder 712

Folder 713

Folder 714

Folder 715

Folder 716

Folder 717

Folder 718

Folder 719

Folder 720

Folder 721

Folder 722

Folder 723

Williams & Wilkins Company, 1929-1960 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.2. Journal of Social Forces, 1929-1977 and undated." Folder 708-723

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated.

About 90 items.

Mostly bound and loose drafts of the Johnsons' official history of the IRSS, Research in Service to Society, with scattered correspondence, 1976-1980; a typed transcript of an interview with Gordon Blackwell; and miscellaneous research materials pertaining to the book's writing. Correspondence is that of the Johnsons with publishers and reviewers, including Gordon Blackwell and Eugene Odum.

Folder 724

Correspondence #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 724

Folder 725

Interview with Gordon Blackwell #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 725

Folder 726

Miscellaneous Research Materials #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 726

Folder 727

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Table of Contents) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 727

Folder 728

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 2) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 728

Folder 729

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 4) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 729

Folder 730-731

Folder 730

Folder 731

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 5) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 730-731

Folder 732-735

Folder 732

Folder 733

Folder 734

Folder 735

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 6) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 732-735

Folder 736-740

Folder 736

Folder 737

Folder 738

Folder 739

Folder 740

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 7) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 736-740

Folder 741-744

Folder 741

Folder 742

Folder 743

Folder 744

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 8 #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 741-744

Folder 745-749

Folder 745

Folder 746

Folder 747

Folder 748

Folder 749

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 9) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 745-749

Folder 750-754

Folder 750

Folder 751

Folder 752

Folder 753

Folder 754

Research in Service to Society (Draft of Chapter 10) #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 750-754

Folder 755

Reviews #03826, Subseries: "3.1.3. IRSS History Manuscript, 1924-1982 and undated." Folder 755

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2. Southern Regional Council, 1941-1977 and undated.

About 1115 items.

Mostly administrative files, 1944-1977, of the Southern Regional Council (SRC), with additional scattered publications, a small number of confidential files maintained by Johnson, and files concerning the North Carolina Division of the Southern Regional Council.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated.

About 475 items.

Mostly Johnson's correspondence, internal Southern Regional Council memoranda, and meeting minutes, agendas, and materials prepared for Executive Committee and Board meetings, with a few items discussing the origins of the SRC. Only limited correspondence appears for the period Johnson headed the organization.

Folder 756

Annual Meeting, 1945 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 756

Folder 757

Annual Meeting, 1946 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 757

Folder 758

Annual Meeting, 1961 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 758

Folder 759

Annual Meeting, 1968 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 759

Folder 760

Annual Meeting, 1969 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 760

Folder 761

Annual Meeting, 1970 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 761

Folder 762

Annual Meeting, 1972 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 762

Folder 763

Annual Meeting, 1974 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 763

Folder 764

Board of Directors Meetings, 1944-1951 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 764

Folder 765

Correspondence, 1944 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 765

Folder 766

Correspondence, 1946 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 766

Folder 767

Correspondence, 1947 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 767

Folder 768

Correspondence, 1948 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 768

Folder 769

Correspondence, 1949 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 769

Folder 770

Correspondence, 1950 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 770

Folder 771

Correspondence, 1951 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 771

Folder 772

Correspondence, 1952 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 772

Folder 773

Correspondence, 1953 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 773

Folder 774

Correspondence, 1954-1955 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 774

Folder 775

Correspondence, 1962-1963 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 775

Folder 776

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1964-1966 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 776

Folder 777

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1969-1970 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 777

Folder 778

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1971-1973 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 778

Folder 779

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1974-1975 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 779

Folder 780

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1976-1977 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 780

Folder 781

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1945-1946 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 781

Folder 782

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1947-1950 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 782

Folder 783

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1951-1953 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 783

Folder 784

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1954-1955 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 784

Folder 785

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1956 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 785

Folder 786

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1957 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 786

Folder 787

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1958-1959 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 787

Folder 788

Executive Committee and Board Meetings, 1960 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 788

Folder 789

Executive Commitee and Board Meetings, 1973 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 789

Folder 790

Mailings #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 790

Folder 791

Origin and Organization of SRC #03826, Subseries: "3.2.1. Administrative Files, 1944-1977 and undated." Folder 791

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2.2. Publications, 1941-1975 and undated.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated.

About 275 items.

Confidential correspondence and financial records Johnson maintained separately from the Southern Regional Council's central files. Correspondence, 1944-1947, is primarily with colleagues and other Council officials concerning personnel matters. Letters Johnson exchanged with his children and other family members appear interspersed with this correspondence. Financial records include expense accounts, budgets, salary lists, and financial status reports.

Folder 803

Confidential #03826, Subseries: "3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated." Folder 803

Folder 804

Financial #03826, Subseries: "3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated." Folder 804

Folder 805-807

Folder 805

Folder 806

Folder 807

Miscellaneous SRC Materials #03826, Subseries: "3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated." Folder 805-807

Folder 808-810

Folder 808

Folder 809

Folder 810

Personal Correspondence, 1944-1947 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated." Folder 808-810

Folder 811

Staff Memoranda, Mrs. Tillison #03826, Subseries: "3.2.3. Personal Files of Guy Johnson, 1942-1961 and undated." Folder 811

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2.4. North Carolina Division of SRC, 1950-1957, 1965.

About 265 items.

Correspondence, executive committee meeting materials and minutes, and miscellaneous items, including by laws, a list of officers, clippings, and notes on meetings, pertaining to the North Carolina Division of the Southern Regional Council.

Folder 812-816

Folder 812

Folder 813

Folder 814

Folder 815

Folder 816

Correspondence, 1950-1955 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.4. North Carolina Division of SRC, 1950-1957, 1965." Folder 812-816

Folder 817

Executive Committee, 1951, 1954-1957 #03826, Subseries: "3.2.4. North Carolina Division of SRC, 1950-1957, 1965." Folder 817

Folder 818

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "3.2.4. North Carolina Division of SRC, 1950-1957, 1965." Folder 818

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965.

About 510 items.

Files of the NCCHR and its precursor organization, the North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation (which is probably related to the North Carolina Division of the Southern Regional Council), containing mostly correspondence and Executive Committee materials, with scattered booklets on race relations and conference materials.

Early correspondents are L. R. Reynolds, N. C. Newbold, C. C. Spaulding, Gurney Hood, Howard Odum, Emily Clay, and Edgar Thompson. Letters discuss committee business, finances, and the study on Negro Participation in Southern Life. Later correspondence is mostly with Cyrus Johnson, director of the NCHRR, and Harry S. Jones, its secretary.

Files contain memoranda, meeting minutes and agendas, press releases, reports of committee work, newspaper clippings, and membership lists. Of interest are reports by L. R. Reynolds on his investigation of a lynching in Pender County, N.C., in 1933.

Among the miscellaneous items is an undated petition on education entitled, "A Report to the North Carolina Legislature by a Group of Representative Negro Citizens Drawn from Various Parts of North Carolina."

Folder 819

American Council on Race Relations #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 819

Folder 820

Annual Meeting, Minutes, 1926-1931, 1933 #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 820

Folder 821

Annual State-Wide Conferences (North Carolina) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 821

Folder 822

Annual State-Wide Conferences (Virginia) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 822

Folder 823

Booklets and Pamphlets (American Friends Service Committee, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 823

Folder 824

Booklets and Pamphlets (Commission on Interracial Cooperation) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 824

Folder 825

Booklets and Pamphlets (North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 825

Folder 826

Booklets and Pamphlets (Virginia Commission on Interracial Cooperation) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 826

Folder 827

Booklets and Pamphlets (Other) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 827

Folder 828

Conference Materials #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 828

Folder 829

Constitution and Background Materials #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 829

Folder 830-838

Folder 830

Folder 831

Folder 832

Folder 833

Folder 834

Folder 835

Folder 836

Folder 837

Folder 838

Correspondence, 1932-1964 #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 830-838

Folder 839-844

Folder 839

Folder 840

Folder 841

Folder 842

Folder 843

Folder 844

Executive Committee, 1938-1966 #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 839-844

Folder 845

"Human Relations Bulletin," 1955-1958, 1963 and undated #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 845

Folder 846

Membership Lists, 1949 and undated #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 846

Folder 847-848

Folder 847

Folder 848

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 847-848

Folder 849-850

Folder 849

Folder 850

Secretary's Reports, 1954-1961 #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 849-850

Folder 851

Travelling Library #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 851

Folder 852

Workshops on Human Resources and Intercultural Education (1947-1948) #03826, Subseries: "3.3. North Carolina Council on Human Relations, 1918-1965." Folder 852

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated.

About 340 items.

Principally Board meeting materials, including minutes and agendas, and correspondence (mostly 1950s-1970s), with miscellaneous items pertaining to Board projects, and scattered minutes of Executive Committee meetings. Frequent correspondents are Directors Channing Tobias and Frederick Patterson, Secretary Frederick Rowe, and President Emory Ross. Letters discuss the study of African cultures, Christian missions in Africa, aid to Liberia, and projects on race relations in the United States. Of interest in the files is a plea for funds from a juvenile correctional institute for girls in Kinston, N.C., which includes information on the institute.

Folder 853

African Mission Study (Wittenberg Consultation, 1952) #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 853

Folder 854-864

Folder 854

Folder 855

Folder 856

Folder 857

Folder 858

Folder 859

Folder 860

Folder 861

Folder 862

Folder 863

Folder 864

Board of Trustees Meetings (Minutes, Agendas, etc.), 1947, 1949-1952, 1956, 1972, 1977, 1984-1987 #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 854-864

Folder 865

Capahosic Conference (on American Unity) #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 865

Folder 866

Capahosic Conference (on Need for Negro Handbook) #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 866

Folder 867-878

Folder 867

Folder 868

Folder 869

Folder 870

Folder 871

Folder 872

Folder 873

Folder 874

Folder 875

Folder 876

Folder 877

Folder 878

Correspondence, 1947-1974, 1977, 1985, 1987 and undated #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 867-878

Folder 879

Dobbs School for Girls (Kinston, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 879

Folder 880

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 880

Folder 881

Trustee Committee Meetings, Minutes, 1951, 1956, 1960, 1963-1964, 1973 #03826, Subseries: "3.4. Phelps-Stokes Fund Board of Trustees, 1947-1987 and undated." Folder 881

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated.

About 260 items.

Primarily annual reports and binders prepared for Board meetings and for meetings of its Committee on Instruction and Research, which contain meeting minutes and information on financial and administrative matters transacted during the year. Other items are clippings, correspondence (mostly concerning meeting times and topics), miscellaneous programs for university functions, scattered copies of university publications, and personal notes made by Johnson on Board business. A few letters in 1968-1969, a few items in the miscellaneous materials, and most of the clippings discuss student unrest at Howard. Correspondents include James Cheeck, president, and G. Frederick Stanton, secretary, of Howard.

Folder 882

Accountants Report to the President, 1968 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 882

Folder 883

Annual Report, College of Liberal Arts, 1940-1941 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 883

Folder 884

Annual Report, Graduate School, 1940-1941 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 884

Folder 885

Annual Report, President, 1941 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 885

Folder 886

Annual Report, Registrar, 1942 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 886

Folder 887

Annual Report, School of Music, 1942 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 887

Folder 888

Annual Survey by Bureau of Higher Education, 1972 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 888

Folder 889-892

Folder 889

Folder 890

Folder 891

Folder 892

Board of Trustees Meeting Materials, 1969, 1971-1973 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 889-892

Folder 893

By-Laws #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 893

Folder 894-897

Folder 894

Folder 895

Folder 896

Folder 897

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 894-897

Folder 898-899

Folder 898

Folder 899

Committee on Instruction and Research #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 898-899

Folder 900-902

Folder 900

Folder 901

Folder 902

Correspondence, 1937, 1947, 1967-1975, 1983 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 900-902

Folder 903

"Financial Support of Howard University During the Next Ten Years" #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 903

Folder 904

Minutes of Academic Affairs Committee #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 904

Folder 905

Minutes of the Board of Trustees, 1969 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 905

Folder 906

Minutes of the Executive Committee, 1969 #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 906

Folder 907

Minutes and Reports of Miscellaneous Committees #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 907

Folder 908-912

Folder 908

Folder 909

Folder 910

Folder 911

Folder 912

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "3.5. Howard University Board of Trustees, 1937-1975 and undated." Folder 908-912

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Professional Organizations and Activities, 1924-1986.

About 855 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Files maintained by Johnson (and some by Katharine Jocher) pertaining to Johnson's professional activities. Includes extensive documentation of his participation in the Southern Sociological Society, of which he served as president in 1953-1954, and sketchy documentation of his work in the American Sociological Society, the Southern Anthropological Society, and the North Carolina Sociological Society. Items include chiefly correspondence, meeting and conference materials, and financial records.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1. Southern Sociological Society, 1936-1973, 1985-1986.

About 725 items.

Files of Johnson and Katharine Jocher concerning the publication of the Journal of Social Forces, the official publication of the Society, and Society meetings and activities.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971.

About 650 items.

Files maintained by Jocher, including correspondence concerning subscriptions to and articles published in Social Forces (which became the official organ of the Society in 1936), and membership lists. Much of the correspondence is with The Williams & Wilkins Company, publishers of Social Forces, and with potential and actual authors. Scattered letters also appear pertaining to Society business.

Folder 913

Correspondence, 1936 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 913

Folder 914-916

Folder 914

Folder 915

Folder 916

Correspondence, 1937 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 914-916

Folder 917-919

Folder 917

Folder 918

Folder 919

Correspondence, 1938 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 917-919

Folder 920-923

Folder 920

Folder 921

Folder 922

Folder 923

Correspondence, 1939 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 920-923

Folder 924-928

Folder 924

Folder 925

Folder 926

Folder 927

Folder 928

Correspondence, 1940 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 924-928

Folder 929-932

Folder 929

Folder 930

Folder 931

Folder 932

Correspondence, 1941 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 929-932

Folder 933

Correspondence, 1942 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 933

Folder 934

Correspondence, 1944-1945, 1947 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 934

Folder 935

Correspondence, 1949 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 935

Folder 936

Correspondence, 1950 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 936

Folder 937-938

Folder 937

Folder 938

Correspondence, 1951 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 937-938

Folder 939

Correspondence, 1952 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 939

Folder 940

Correspondence, 1953 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 940

Folder 941-942

Folder 941

Folder 942

Correspondence, 1954 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 941-942

Folder 943

Correspondence, 1955 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 943

Folder 944

Correspondence, 1956 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 944

Folder 945

Correspondence, 1957 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 945

Folder 946

Correspondence, 1958-1959 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 946

Folder 947-950

Folder 947

Folder 948

Folder 949

Folder 950

Membership Lists, 1937-1940, 1943, 1945-1968, 1970-1971 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.1. Files of Katharine Jocher, 1936-1971." Folder 947-950

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986.

About 75 items.

Files, including mostly correspondence, 1935-1973, and annual meeting materials, of Guy Johnson related to his participation in the Southern Sociological Society. The correspondence discusses meetings and committee business. Meeting materials include agendas, programs, clippings, reports, correspondence, and budgets, and document both the Committee on Research and Nominating Committee. An item of interest is a copy of Johnson's presidential address given at the Society's convention in 1954.

Folder 951-955

Folder 951

Folder 952

Folder 953

Folder 954

Folder 955

Annual Meeting Materials, 1939-1940, 1946-1947, 1954-1970, 1973, 1985-1986 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 951-955

Folder 956-960

Folder 956

Folder 957

Folder 958

Folder 959

Folder 960

Annual Meeting, Programs, 1936-1938, 1940-1941, 1944, 1947-1970, 1973 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 956-960

Folder 961

Annual Report, Committee on Research, 1936, 1938-1939 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 961

Folder 962-964

Folder 962

Folder 963

Folder 964

Annual Report, Committee on Research, 1940-1941, 1943, 1945-1949, 1955-1956 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 962-964

Folder 965

Clippings, Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 965

Folder 966

Constitution and By-Laws #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 966

Folder 967-971

Folder 967

Folder 968

Folder 969

Folder 970

Folder 971

Correspondence, 1935-1939, 1941, 1943, 1949-1958, 1960, 1962-1964, 1966-1967, 1973 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 967-971

Folder 972

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 972

Folder 973-975

Folder 973

Folder 974

Folder 975

Nominating Committee, 1954-1957 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 973-975

Folder 976

Presidential Address, Convention, 1954 #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 976

Folder 977

The Southern Sociologist #03826, Subseries: "4.1.2. Files of Guy Johnson, 1935-1986." Folder 977

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980.

About 110 items.

Primarily correspondence, 1924-1980, related to annual meetings and special committees, along with annual meeting programs, and administrative and financial files pertaining to the ASA's Council, on which Johnson served between 1952 and 1954. Files contain scattered minutes and financial and work progress reports. Also appearing are vote tally sheets for candidates nominated to serve as officers.

Folder 978-979

Folder 978

Folder 979

Annual Meeting, Programs #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 978-979

Folder 980

Committee on Nominations, 1952-1954 #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 980

Folder 981

Constitution, Membership, etc. #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 981

Folder 982-983

Folder 982

Folder 983

Correspondence, 1924-1925, 1927-1929, 1931, 1933-1936, 1938, 1941, 1943, 1948, 1952-1955, 1958, 1963 #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 982-983

Folder 984

Correspondence, 1972, 1980 #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 984

Folder 985-986

Folder 985

Folder 986

Council, 1952-1955 #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 985-986

Folder 987

Paper, Washington Meeting, 1955 #03826, Subseries: "4.2. American Sociological Society, 1924-1980." Folder 987

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. American Anthropological Association, 1969-1970, 1972.

6 items.

Scattered copies, 1969-1970, of the Association's newsletter and a notation of Johnson's voting on Resolutions by the Association in 1972.

Folder 988

American Anthropological Association #03826, Subseries: "4.3. American Anthropological Association, 1969-1970, 1972." Folder 988

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.4. Southern Anthropological Association, 1967, 1970, 1986.

9 items.

Drafts of papers and presentations by Johnson before the Southern Anthropological Association, including notes for a 1986 talk in which he reminisced on his early Saint Helena Island research, and papers given by others at Southern Anthropological Association meetings.

Folder 989

Southern Anthropological Association #03826, Subseries: "4.4. Southern Anthropological Association, 1967, 1970, 1986." Folder 989

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.5. North Carolina Sociological Association, 1971-1973.

6 items.

Correspondence concerning meetings and special events sponsored by the Association, a membership list, 1971-1972, and a program for the 1973 annual meeting.

Folder 990

North Carolina Sociological Association #03826, Subseries: "4.5. North Carolina Sociological Association, 1971-1973." Folder 990

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Research Projects, 1922-1977 and undated.

About 3880 items.

Files maintained by Johnson on projects he carried out during his years as a graduate student at the University of Chicago and University of North Carolina in the 1920s, and while a professor at University of North Carolina between 1927 and 1969. To the extent possible, Johnson's original folder headings have been retained. A few folders, including those with incorrect or illegible titles, have been assigned titles by the processor. In addition, some folders have been created by the processor from loose materials found in boxes. Research projects covered are Johnson's thesis work on the Ku Klux Klan; his dissertation research on the comparative musical ability of whites and blacks; his early work on African-American folk music, the John Henry legend, and the folklore, music, and language of Saint Helena Island, S.C.; his later sociological work on the effects of the Depression on African Americans and the social structure of the Indians of Robeson County, N.C.; and his work on the Myrdal Study of the American Negro, the Ashmore Project concerning the desegregation of higher education, and the Participation of Negroes in Southern Life Study. Items include correspondence, research and field notes, clippings, research materials such as interviews and surveys, autobiographical materials from study subjects, reports, financial records, draft manuscripts, and miscellaneous items.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated.

About 235 items.

Primarily clippings, with scattered correspondence and miscellaneous Ku Klux Klan propaganda gathered by Johnson for his master's thesis. A few anti Klan items also appear. The bulk of the clippings appear between 1922 and 1925 and concern Klan activities in Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. (For additional clippings on the Klan in North Carolina, see Subseries 5.6.)

Correspondence consists of an invitation, dated 6 August 1923, to join the Texas Klan; a letter, dated 27 February 1924, from F. S. Roundtree of Corpus Christi, Texas, to Johnson, and Johnson's reply; and an undated note to Johnson from an anonymous writer typed on a Texas Klan memorandum. Attached to Roundtree's letter is an article he authored, entitled "Ku Klux Klan." Johnson's reply to Roundtree, dated 8 March 1924, but never mailed, responds to the article and provides an informative summary of his views on the Klan.

Other items include isolationist circulars dated 1923; a 1933 "Negroes Beware, Do Not Attend Communist Meetings" poster from Birmingham, Alabama; an undated pamphlet by William J. Simmons entitled, "Ku Klux Klan, Yesterday, Today, and Forever"; and an undated invitation to join the North Carolina Klan.

Included in the anti Klan materials are an undated anti lynching brochure published by the New York Commission on Race Relations and an undated report (4 p.) on the North Carolina Klan Revival prepared by the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.

Miscellaneous items include a set of undated, typed notes labelled "On the Address by Doctor Hawkins on the Ku Klux Klan," probably written by Johnson, and an undated notice of the public sale of Klan paraphernalia.

Folder 991-1000

Folder 991

Folder 992

Folder 993

Folder 994

Folder 995

Folder 996

Folder 997

Folder 998

Folder 999

Folder 1000

Clippings, 1922-1925 and undated #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 991-1000

Folder 1001

Correspondence #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1001

Folder 1002-1004

Folder 1002

Folder 1003

Folder 1004

Draft of Master's Thesis #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1002-1004

Folder 1005

Ku Klux Klan Poster (Birmingham, Ala., 1933 #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1005

Folder 1006

Opposition to the Klan #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1006

Folder 1007

Propaganda Materials #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1007

Folder 1008

"A Sociological Interpretation of the New Ku Klux Klan Movement" #03826, Subseries: "5.1. Ku Klux Klan Study, 1922-1933 and undated." Folder 1008

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928.

About 190 items.

Primarily songs, with scattered stories and riddles, collected by Johnson as background for his works coauthored with Howard Odum, including The Negro and His Folk Songs (1924). Also includes clippings, 1925-1926; hymn books, 1922 and undated; and an index card file of songs maintained by Johnson beginning in the early 1920s and later added to in the late 1920s on his visit to Saint Helena's Island.

Folder 1009-1013

Folder 1009

Folder 1010

Folder 1011

Folder 1012

Folder 1013

Card File of Songs #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1009-1013

Folder 1014

Correspondence #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1014

Folder 1015

Draft Writings #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1015

Folder 1016

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1016

Folder 1017

Negro Songs #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1017

Folder 1018

Negro Songs as a Field of Research #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1018

Folder 1019

Negro Songs, Historical Data #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1019

Folder 1020

Negro Songs (from Odell Walker, Chapel Hill, and Others) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1020

Folder 1021

Records Ordered #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1021

Folder 1022-1023

Folder 1022

Folder 1023

Religious Songs (Originals) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1022-1023

Folder 1024

Religious Songs (Typed Transcriptions) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1024

Folder 1025

Religious Songs (Unpublished) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1025

Folder 1026

Riddles #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1026

Folder 1027

Secular Songs (Originals) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1027

Folder 1028

Secular Songs (Typed Transcriptions) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1028

Folder 1029

Secular Songs (Unpublished) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1029

Folder 1030

Song Books #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1030

Folder 1031

Songs and References to Songs in Other Collections #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1031

Folder 1032

Stories (Originals) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1032

Folder 1033

Stories (Typed Transcriptions) #03826, Subseries: "5.2. Negro Folksongs and Folklore, 1922-1928." Folder 1033

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931.

About 50 items.

Drafts and a bound version of Johnson's doctoral dissertation, "A Study of the Musical Talent of the American Negro," submitted to the University of North Carolina Department of Sociology in 1926; drafts of articles by Johnson based on his dissertation research; correspondence, 1926-1930; background information on the Seashore Musical Test; and completed tests, statistical analyses of results, and a test score card. Correspondents of note are Wesley Peacock, President of Peacock Military Academy in San Antonio, Texas; Robert Seashore of Stanford University; and Professor Joseph Peterson of George Peabody College for Teachers. Main topics in the correspondence are the results obtained using the Seashore Test and publication of Johnson's results.

Folder 1034

Articles by Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1034

Folder 1035

Correspondence, 1926-1930 #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1035

Folder 1036

Seashore Musical Test Data #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1036

Folder 1037

Seashore Musical Test Methodology #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1037

Folder 1038

Seashore Musical Tests #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1038

Folder 1039

Seashore Musical Test Results #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1039

Folder 1040

Seashore Musical Test Scoring System #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1040

Folder 1041

"A Study of the Musical Talent of the American Negro" (Bound Copy) #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1041

Folder 1042-1044

Folder 1042

Folder 1043

Folder 1044

"A Study of the Musical Talent of the American Negro" (Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.3. Negro Musical Talent Study, 1926-1931." Folder 1042-1044

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976.

About 465 items.

Mostly correspondence and chapter drafts, with additional clippings, research materials, and versions of the John Henry legend. Correspondence, covering 1926-1930, 1933-1935, 1938, and 1947-1948, is mostly with newspaper editors, professional colleagues, railroad officials, and individuals concerning various forms of the legend, contests Johnson sponsored, the construction of the Big Bend Tunnel, publication of his results, and responses to his book. Many handwritten and typed versions of the legend, both published and unpublished, submitted to Johnson by contestants and others, appear. Of note in the correspondence is a letter to Johnson from W. C. Handy, dated 29 July 1927, with an attached frontispiece for Handy's "The John Henry Blues."

Other items of interest include an undated broadside entitled "John Henry, The Steel Driving Man," by W. T. Blankenship, claimed to be the "oldest known printed form of the ballad of John Henry"; a draft of a play by Johnson entitled "John Henry, A [Musical] Play in Three Scenes"; musical notation for one version of the ballad; and field notes on the Big Bend Tunnel. Additional items are articles by Johnson and others about the John Henry legend, and materials, 1974-1976, on the John Henry Memorial Foundation. Photographs related to the legend appear in Series 12.

Folder 1045

Articles by Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1045

Folder 1046

Articles by Others #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1046

Folder 1047

Big Bend Tunnel (Field Notes) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1047

Folder 1048

Big Bend Tunnel (Photographs) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1048

Folder 1049

Blankenship Broadside #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1049

Folder 1050

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1050

Folder 1051-1059

Folder 1051

Folder 1052

Folder 1053

Folder 1054

Folder 1055

Folder 1056

Folder 1057

Folder 1058

Folder 1059

Correspondence, 1926-1938; 1947-1948 #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1051-1059

Folder 1060

Correspondence: Want Ads in Various Newspapers, 1927 #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1060

Folder 1061

Correspondence in Response to Newspaper Ads, 1927 #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1061

Folder 1062

John Henry Memorial Foundation #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1062

Folder 1063

John Henry Music #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1063

Folder 1064

"John Henry, A [Musical] Play in Three Scenes" #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1064

Folder 1065

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 1) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1065

Folder 1066

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 2) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1066

Folder 1067

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1067

Folder 1068

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 4) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1068

Folder 1069

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 5) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1069

Folder 1070

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 6) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1070

Folder 1071

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Drafts of Chapter 7) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1071

Folder 1072

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Bibliography and Notes) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1072

Folder 1073

John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1073

Folder 1074

Materials Sent to Negro Press, 1927 #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1074

Folder 1075

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1075

Folder 1076

Notes by Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1076

Folder 1077

Prize Contest, Entries #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1077

Folder 1078

Versions of Legend Cited in John Henry: Tracking Down a Negro Legend #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1078

Folder 1079

Versions of Legend Collected by Odum and Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1079

Folder 1080

Versions of Legend Not Obtained from Contests #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1080

Folder 1081

Versions of Legend Printed in Chicago Defender #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1081

Folder 1082

Versions of Legend (Unpublished) #03826, Subseries: "5.4. John Henry Study, 1926-1976." Folder 1082

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated.

About 450 items.

Mostly field notes and research materials amassed by Johnson during a stay on Saint Helena Island in 1928, including versions of folk tales, songs, riddles, superstitions, and spirituals written down for Johnson by students at the Rosenwald, Penn, and Mulberry Hill Schools. Also appearing are limited correspondence, 1928-1936, 1939; clippings; draft chapters of Folk Culture on Saint Helena Island; reports and memoranda; and expense accounts, 1928.

The bulk of Johnson's notes are assigned to folders labeled "Field Notes." Others can be found in separate subject files. In his notes, Johnson made observations on the Gullah dialect, school buildings, local folklore, church services, the Woman's Labor Union, and living conditions. His correspondence is mostly with colleagues, record companies, and school and other officials on the Island, and discusses, among other things, the Gullah dialect, the origin of the spirituals (see especially 1930-1931), securing recording devices for field use, and access by other researchers to the Island. Correspondents of note are Rossa B. Cooley, principal of Penn School, George Foster Peabody, and J. Graham Cruikshank. Of interest are letters, 1928, from two women who did domestic work for the Johnsons during their stay on Saint Helena, two letters from Frankie Flood, possibly a student at Penn School, in 1932, and a brochure, attached to a letter dated 10 May 1928, on Sea Grass Co. baskets.

For information on school personnel at Port Royal, S.C., see folder labeled, "Superintendents and Teachers." Photographs of individuals and scenes on Saint Helena Island, 1928, appear in Series 12.

Folder 1083

Bibliography #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1083

Folder 1084

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1084

Folder 1085

Conference on Cultural Isolation (S.SRC, January 1939) #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1085

Folder 1086

Correspondence, 1928-1936, 1939 #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1086

Folder 1087

Data on Saint Helena Island Folk Songs #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1087

Folder 1088-1094

Folder 1088

Folder 1089

Folder 1090

Folder 1091

Folder 1092

Folder 1093

Folder 1094

Field Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1088-1094

Folder 1095-1097

Folder 1095

Folder 1096

Folder 1097

Folk Culture on Saint Helena Island (Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1095-1097

Folder 1098

Folk Culture on Saint Helena Island, Index (Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1098

Folder 1099

Folk Stories #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1099

Folder 1100

Gullah Dialect #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1100

Folder 1101

Index of Songs Recorded #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1101

Folder 1102

Miscellaneous Expense Accounts #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1102

Folder 1103

Mulberry Hill School, Folktale #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1103

Folder 1104

Negro Spirituals #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1104

Folder 1105

Outlines and Plans #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1105

Folder 1106

Papers by Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1106

Folder 1107

Penn School (Elementary), Riddles and Stories #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1107

Folder 1108

Penn School (Grades IV-V), Riddles, Sayings, and Stories #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1108

Folder 1109

Penn School (Grades VI), Riddles and Stories #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1109

Folder 1110

Penn School (Grade VII?), Riddles and Stories #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1110

Folder 1111

Penn School (Grade VII), Spirituals #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1111

Folder 1112-1113

Folder 1112

Folder 1113

Penn School (Grades IX-XI), Folktales #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1112-1113

Folder 1114

Penn School (Grades IX-?), Superstitions #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1114

Folder 1115-1116

Folder 1115

Folder 1116

Penn School, Typed Transcriptions of Folktales, etc. #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1115-1116

Folder 1117

Penn School, Typed Transcriptions of Spirituals #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1117

Folder 1118

Photographs #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1118

Folder 1119

Prizes for Best Folklore #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1119

Folder 1120

Reading Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1120

Folder 1121

Religion #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1121

Folder 1122

Reports and Memoranda #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1122

Folder 1123

Riddles #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1123

Folder 1124

Rosenwald School (Grades IV-XI), Folktales #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1124

Folder 1125

Rosenwald School, Spirituals, Visions, etc. #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1125

Folder 1126

Songs, Method of Recording #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1126

Folder 1127

Superintendents and Teachers (Port Royal) #03826, Subseries: "5.5. Saint Helena Island Study, 1928-1939 and undated." Folder 1127

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942.

About 255 items.

Mostly research and administrative materials, including correspondence, research notes, reports, memoranda, surveys, pamphlets, expense sheets, interviews, and clippings, stemming from Johnson's participation in the Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, funded in part by the Commission on Interracial Cooperation in the early 1930s. Almost all items pertain to the effect of the Depression on African Americans in North Carolina, especially Greensboro, High Point, and Winston Salem, but a few items discuss conditions outside the state.

Correspondence, most of it filed by subject, is with local, state, and Federal officials, business people, and educators, and concerns relief efforts and economic and social conditions for African Americans in various North Carolina localities and nationally. Of particular note is a series of letters received from the heads of African American colleges and schools discussing local race relations (see "Race Relations" file). Related to these letters is a list of excerpts on student accounts of race relations at Saint Augustine's College in Raleigh (see folder labeled "College Student Opinions [Saint Augustine's]"). Others of note in the correspondence are John Beecher of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration and R. B. Eleazer of the Commission on Interracial Cooperation. A particularly interesting letter, dated 15 November 1932, from Carolina Times editor L. E. Austin to Johnson, discusses organizational efforts among African Americans in Durham and elsewhere to protest job discrimination (see "Letters [Miscellaneous]").

Interviews include one with F. D. Bluford, president of North Carolina A&T College in Greensboro (see folder labeled "Greensboro"), which discusses the treatment of African Americans by relief agencies in that city. Notes Johnson made on interviews with Lawrence Oxley, Director of Negro Welfare Work in Raleigh, and Durham businessman C. C. Spaulding, also appear.

Among study reports are those submitted to Johnson by Arthur Raper on conditions for African Americans in Georgia (see folder labeled "Federal Emergency Relief Administration") and on the effects of the National Recovery Act on Southern blacks (see folder labeled "National Recovery Act."); those submitted by James T. Taylor on conditions in Greensboro, High Point, and Winston Salem; and Johnson's own "Preliminary Report on the Depression and the Negro in North Carolina."

Folder 1128

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1128

Folder 1129

College Students' Opinions (Saint Augustine's) #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1129

Folder 1130

Correspondence (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1130

Folder 1131

Crime #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1131

Folder 1132

"The Depression and the Negro in North Carolina" #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1132

Folder 1133-1134

Folder 1133

Folder 1134

Emergency Relief in North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1133-1134

Folder 1135

Expenses #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1135

Folder 1136

Federal Emergency Relief Administration #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1136

Folder 1137

Greensboro, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1137

Folder 1138

Health #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1138

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Folder 1139

Folder 1140

High Point, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1139-1140

Folder 1141

Hotel Work #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1141

Folder 1142

National Negro Congress #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1142

Folder 1143

National Recovery Administration #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1143

Folder 1144

Race Relations and the Depression #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1144

Folder 1145

Reports #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1145

Folder 1146

Study Outline #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1146

Folder 1147

Taylor's Reports #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1147

Folder 1148

Winston-Salem, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1148

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Folders not Used #03826, Subseries: "5.6. The Negro and Economic Reconstruction Study, 1932-1936, 1942." Folder 1149-1198

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977.

About 535 items.

Principally correspondence, clippings, farm and migration schedules, field and research notes, and census data collected by Johnson, his wife Guion Griffis Johnson, and son Benton on the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, N.C. Also included are notes on interviews with county residents; reports, articles, and public addresses Guy and Benton Johnson prepared on the Lumbee; and miscellaneous items related to other North Carolina and Southeastern Indians.

Correspondence, 1935-1971 (bulk dates 1943-1971), is primarily with academic colleagues, research assistants, government officials, and Robeson County community and religious leaders and concerns the history and genealogy of the Lumbee, Johnson's plans to live in Pembroke in 1948, the finances of Johnson's 1948-1949 study (funded by the Carnegie Foundation), the struggle of various Indians to gain Federal recognition, and the activities of research assistants. No letters appear for 1944, 1946, 1952-1953, 1955, 1960-1961, 1963-1967. Several letters discuss the Houma Indians of Louisiana. One item of particular interest is a review Johnson wrote for a National Science Foundation research proposal in 1968 (see attachment, letter 2 February 1968), in which he discusses why he chose to stop doing research on the Lumbee people.

Early items are a 3 March 1882 issue of the Cherokee Advocate; a 1913 printed copy of an address delivered before the New York Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America concerning the Lost Colony; and a 1916 reprint of an article by Frank G. Speck, entitled "Remnants of the Machapunga Indians of North Carolina."

Clippings, 1937-1972, cover the Lumbee and other North Carolina Indians, including the Cherokee, Waccamaw, and Haliwa, as well as Indians elsewhere, including the Navajo. A few complete issues of the Pembroke Progress (1948), Red Springs Citizen (1937), and Robesonian (Lumberton, N.C., 1938-1939) appear. Several clippings pertain to Ku Klux Klan activity in Robeson County (see folder 1209).

Detailed census type data can be found in farm family and migration schedules for Robeson County residents. Though not dated, these schedules were probably completed by research assistant Adloph Dial in 1948 or 1949. Farm schedules appear for approximately 340 families, and migration schedules appear for over 100.

Notes on interviews conducted with over 20 Robeson County residents in 1948 1949 give a partial picture of the social customs and political and religious life of the Lumbee. Copious field notes made by Guy and Guion Griffis Johnson on visits to Robeson County in 1938-1939 and 1948-1949 also shed light on the history, church services, language patterns, social behavior, folk medicine, and political status of the Lumbee. They also document race relations.

Miscellaneous items of interest are catalogues for the Cherokee Indian Normal School in Pembroke, N.C., 1935-1936, and the Pembroke State College for Indians, 1941, 1947; an undated, 4 p., mimeographed publication of the Indian Child Welfare Association of Pembroke, entitled "Helping Our Children"; and a playbill for "The Life Story of a People," presented in 1940 at Pembroke State College for Indians.

Folder 1199

Addresses by Johnson on Lumbee Indians #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1199

Folder 1200

Article by Johnson on Lumbee Indians #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1200

Folder 1201

Background Research Notes on Indians of Robeson County (1 of 2) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1201

Folder 1202

Background Research Notes on Indians of Robeson County (2 of 2) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1202

Folder 1203

Bibliography on Lumbee and Other American Indians #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1203

Folder 1204

Carnegie Research Fund Grant #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1204

Folder 1205

Census and Background Data on Indians of Robeson County #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1205

Folder 1206

Cherokee Advocate, 3 March 1882 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1206

Folder 1207

Cherokee Indian Normal School Catalogue, 1935-1936 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1207

Folder 1208

Clippings (Indians of the South, Including North Carolina) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1208

Folder 1209

Clippings (Lumbee Indians of Robeson County) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1209

Folder 1210

Clippings, Pembroke Progress (Pembroke, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1210

Folder 1211

Clippings, Red Springs Citizen, (Red Springs, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1211

Folder 1212-1213

Folder 1212

Folder 1213

Clippings, The Robesonian (Lumberton, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1212-1213

Folder 1214

Correspondence, 1935-1942 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1214

Folder 1215

Correspondence, 1943, 1945, 1947-1949 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1215

Folder 1216

Correspondence, 1950-1951, 1954, 1956-1958, 1962 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1216

Folder 1217

Correspondence, 1968-1971 and undated #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1217

Folder 1218

Crime in Robeson County #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1218

Folder 1219

Crusoe Island #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1219

Folder 1220

Farm Family Schedules for Robeson County (1 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1220

Folder 1221

Farm Family Schedules for Robeson County (2 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1221

Folder 1222

Farm Family Schedules for Robeson County (3 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1222

Folder 1223

Field Notes on Indians of Robeson County, 1937 (1 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1223

Folder 1224

Field Notes on Indians of Robeson County, 1937 (2 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1224

Folder 1225

Field Notes on Indians of Robeson County, 1937 (3 of 3) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1225

Folder 1226

Field Notes on Indians of Robeson County, 1938, 1949, and undated #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1226

Folder 1227

Field Notes on Indians of Robeson County, undated #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1227

Folder 1228

Indian Child Welfare Association (Pembroke, N.C.) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1228

Folder 1229

"Indians of the South" by Floyd Cox #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1229

Folder 1230

"An Institutional Sketch of the Robeson County Indian Community," by Benton Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1230

Folder 1231

Interviews with Robeson County Indians, 1948-1949 #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1231

Folder 1232

Interviews with Robeson County Indians (Handwritten Notes) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1232

Folder 1233

Lost Colony #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1233

Folder 1234

Maps of Robeson County #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1234

Folder 1235

Migration Schedules (Robeson County, 1 of 2) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1235

Folder 1236

Migration Schedules (Robeson County, 1 of 2) #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1236

Folder 1237

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1237

Folder 1238

North American Indians, Population Distribution #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1238

Folder 1239

Notebook on Study of Indians of Robeson County #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1239

Folder 1240

Notebook Enclosures #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1240

Folder 1241

Pembroke State College for Indians #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1241

Folder 1242-1243

Folder 1242

Folder 1243

Publications on Indians of the South #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1242-1243

Folder 1244

Research Methods for Study of Indians of Robeson County #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1244

Folder 1245

"A Survey of the Churches of Robeson County, 1948-1949" #03826, Subseries: "5.7. Lumbee Indians (Robeson County, N.C.) Study, 1882; 1913-1977." Folder 1245

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.8. Participation of Negroes in Southern Life Study, 1924-1941 and undated.

About 580 items.

Administrative, correspondence, and subject files related to Johnson's work on the Participation of Negroes in Southern Life Study.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937.

54 items.

Files related to the design and administration of the study, including materials on study expenses (e.g., budgets, expense accounts), methods and procedures, and outlines of study plans. Additional materials include mailing lists, bibliographies, and miscellaneous pamphlets, including several on wage agreements for coal miners in Alabama and Tennessee.

Folder 1246

Bibliography #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1246

Folder 1247

Budget #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1247

Folder 1248

Expenses #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1248

Folder 1249

Mailing Lists (Public Welfare, FERA, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1249

Folder 1250

Methods and Procedures, Notes on #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1250

Folder 1251

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1251

Folder 1252

Study Outline #03826, Subseries: "5.8.1. Administrative Files, 1931-1937." Folder 1252

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936.

75 items.

Limited correspondence with fellow researchers, professional colleagues, and study participants concerning the design, administration, funding, and conduct of the study, as well as civil rights, lynching, and employment.

Folder 1253

Cooper, C.L. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1253

Folder 1254

Daniel, V.E. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1254

Folder 1255

Eleazer, R.B. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1255

Folder 1256

Fisher, Galen M. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1256

Folder 1257

Hope, John #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1257

Folder 1258

Houston, Charles H. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1258

Folder 1259

Jackson, W.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1259

Folder 1260

Johnson, Charles S. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1260

Folder 1261

Meacham, William S. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1261

Folder 1262

McCuistion, Fred #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1262

Folder 1263

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1263

Folder 1264

Mitchell, John W. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1264

Folder 1265

Newbold, N.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1265

Folder 1266

Raper, Arthur #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1266

Folder 1267

Reid, Ira De A. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1267

Folder 1268

Spaulding, C.C. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1268

Folder 1269

Taylor, J.T. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1269

Folder 1270

Walker, Harvey J. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1270

Folder 1271

Work, Monroe N. #03826, Subseries: "5.8.2. Correspondence Files, 1934-1936." Folder 1271

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated.

About 460 items.

Clippings, correspondence, surveys, research notes, pamphlets and brochures, press releases, articles, and miscellaneous items pertaining to research areas covered in the Study, including primarily agriculture, education, politics, and race relations.

Limited correspondence, filed by subject, is that of District Farm Agent John W. Mitchell with farm demonstration agents in North Carolina and Johnson's correspondence with physicians, school administrators, political activists, and others. Topics of interest include tenant farming in North Carolina and black education in the South, especially West Virginia.

Surveys address discrimination experiences and school bussing. Information appears in the surveys on the educational levels, economic status, and newspaper reading habits of their completers.

Items of special interest include a few brochures and miscellaneous items on the Durham and Detroit Housewives' Leagues, flyers and other materials concerning textile and mining strikes in North Carolina and Kentucky (circa 1929), a 6 page sketch entitled "Life and Personality of an Old Colored Lady, Myma Tuck," by E. D. Hancock, which records an interview with a Chapel Hill woman on her life (see folder "Mental Hygiene"); an account by a white woman, Mattie Moore Melvin, of "A Dinner Taken by a White Family in a Negro Home" (1935, 4 pages) in Eastern, North Carolina; an address, 29 April 1936, by James E. Shepard at the North Carolina Conference on Social Science, entitled "Racial Discriminations" (see "Miscellaneous Correspondence"); and several issues of the Durham, N.C., Carolina Times dated 1936, 1938, 1940, and undated (see Clippings, Miscellaneous).

Folder 1272

Agriculture #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1272

Folder 1273

Agriculture (Tenants) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1273

Folder 1274

Citizenship #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1274

Folder 1275

Clippings (Education) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1275

Folder 1276

Clippings (Jury Service) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1276

Folder 1277

Clippings (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1277

Folder 1278

Clippings (Negro Police) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1278

Folder 1279

Clippings (New Deal) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1279

Folder 1280-1281

Folder 1280

Folder 1281

Clippings (Political Participation) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1280-1281

Folder 1282

Clippings (Segregation and Discrimination) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1282

Folder 1283

Clippings (Violence, Insults, Against Negroes) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1283

Folder 1284

Durham Housewives' League #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1284

Folder 1285-1286

Folder 1285

Folder 1286

Education (Elementary and High School) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1285-1286

Folder 1287

Education (General) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1287

Folder 1288

Education (Higher, for Negroes) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1288

Folder 1289

Education (State Agents or Directors of Negro) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1289

Folder 1290

Education (Supts. of Schools in Southern States) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1290

Folder 1291

Health (Letters to Negro Doctors) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1291

Folder 1292

Health (State Boards of) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1292

Folder 1293

Interracial News Service #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1293

Folder 1294

Labor #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1294

Folder 1295

Lynching #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1295

Folder 1296

Mental Hygiene #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1296

Folder 1297

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (Work of, Program, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1297

Folder 1298

Negro Participation in the Government and Civic Affairs of the South #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1298

Folder 1299

Pamphlets (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1299

Folder 1300

Peabody Conference of Public School Administrators #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1300

Folder 1301

Press Notice #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1301

Folder 1302-1304

Folder 1302

Folder 1303

Folder 1304

Race Relations #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1302-1304

Folder 1305

"Racial Discriminations" (Address, James E. Shepard) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1305

Folder 1306

Reprints (Requests for) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1306

Folder 1307

Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1307

Folder 1308

Segregation #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1308

Folder 1309

Southern Committee for Peoples' Rights #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1309

Folder 1310

Sports #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1310

Folder 1311-1314

Folder 1311

Folder 1312

Folder 1313

Folder 1314

Survey on Discrimination (1938?), Location Unknown #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1311-1314

Folder 1315-1317

Folder 1315

Folder 1316

Folder 1317

Survey on Discrimination, 1938?: Durham #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1315-1317

Folder 1318-1320

Folder 1318

Folder 1319

Folder 1320

Survey on Discrimination, 1938?: Greensboro A&T #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1318-1320

Folder 1321

Survey on Transportation of Negro School Children #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1321

Folder 1322

Urban League #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1322

Folder 1323

Welfare (Public and Private Agencies and Associations) #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1323

Folder 1324

YMCA Booklet ("Into the Light, with the Youth of a Race") #03826, Subseries: "5.8.3. Subject Files, 1924-1941 and undated." Folder 1324

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9. Myrdal Study, 1856; 1925-1942 and undated.

About 450 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Files related to the administration and planning of Gunnar Myrdal's Study of the American Negro, in which Guy and Guion Griffis Johnson participated between 1938 and 1942, and to the Johnsons' research efforts for the Study. Materials include correspondence, staff memoranda, field reports, manuscripts and drafts, clippings, research notes, interviews, personal narratives, questionnaires and surveys, and miscellaneous research items. Most of the materials pertaining to Guy Johnson's work appear in the Project Files for Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, The Negro and Crime, "The Negro Problem," and The Legal Status of the Negro. Most of those related to Guion Griffis Johnson's work appear in the Project Files for "The Negro Problem" and The Church and the Race Problem.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated.

About 225 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Primarily correspondence and staff memoranda, with scattered study outlines, methodological notes, time schedules, and study reports. Correspondence, 1938-1943, is mostly that of Guy Johnson with Gunnar Myrdal and various researchers working on the study, including Arthur Raper, Ruth Landes, and Samuel Stouffer. A few letters of Guion Griffis Johnson also appear. Topics include early study plans and personnel, data gathering, and the production of manuscripts. Staff memoranda give a good overview of the Johnsons' role in developing ideas for the study, and discuss progress in various research areas, including crime, racial ideologies, religion, education, and the black press.

Folder 1325

Asbury Park Conference, Memorandum #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1325

Folder 1326

Brief Outline of The Negro in America #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1326

Folder 1327-1333

Folder 1327

Folder 1328

Folder 1329

Folder 1330

Folder 1331

Folder 1332

Folder 1333

Correspondence, 1938-1943 #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1327-1333

Folder 1334

"Memorandum on the Disposition of the Study on the American Negro" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1334

Folder 1335

Methodology #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1335

Folder 1336

Review-- An American Dilemma #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1336

Folder 1337-1338

Folder 1337

Folder 1338

Staff Memoranda, 1939-1941 #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1337-1338

Folder 1339

Status Report, 28 January 1939 #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1339

Folder 1340

Time Schedules #03826, Subseries: "5.9.1. Administrative and Corporate Files, 1938-1943 and undated." Folder 1340

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2. Project Files, 1856; 1925-1942 and undated.

About 400 items.

Arrangement: by project.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated.

About 75 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Mostly manuscripts prepared and research materials gathered for the section of the study related to African American cultural and physical traits. Items include memoranda, limited correspondence of Guy Johnson, scholarly papers on related topics, clippings, research notes, and bibliographies. Among the manuscripts are Johnson's "Memorandum on Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro" and Ruth Landes' "The Ethos of the Negro in the New World."

Folder 1341

"Drums and Shadows" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1341

Folder 1342-1344

Folder 1342

Folder 1343

Folder 1344

"The Ethos of the Negro in the New World" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1342-1344

Folder 1345-1346

Folder 1345

Folder 1346

"Memorandum on Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro" (Drafts of Main Texts) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1345-1346

Folder 1347

"Memorandum on Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro" (Appendices A and B) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1347

Folder 1348

"Memorandum on Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro" (Background for Appendix A) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1348

Folder 1349

"Memorandum on Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro" (Background for Appendix B) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1349

Folder 1350-1351

Folder 1350

Folder 1351

Miscellaneous Research Material #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1350-1351

Folder 1352

"Origin, Composition, and Physical Characteristics of the American Negro Population" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1352

Folder 1353

"Racial Traits of the Negro as Negroes Assign Them to Themselves" (Doyle) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1353

Folder 1354

Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1354

Folder 1355

"Scientific Efforts to Measure Social Differences in Personality" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1355

Folder 1356

Stereotypes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.1. Personality and Cultural Traits of the Negro, 1938-1940 and undated." Folder 1356

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated.

About 90 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Draft manuscript and critics' responses, limited correspondence of Guy Johnson, autobiographies of criminals, clippings, background research notes, bibliographies, and miscellaneous research items.

Folder 1357

Autobiography (Philip Baker) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1357

Folder 1358

Autobiography (Marshall Berry) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1358

Folder 1359

Autobiography (Nicken) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1359

Folder 1360

Autobiography (Isaiah Smith) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1360

Folder 1361

Autobiography (J.D. Williams) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1361

Folder 1362-1363

Folder 1362

Folder 1363

Background Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1362-1363

Folder 1364

Bibliography #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1364

Folder 1365

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1365

Folder 1366

Homicide (General Statistics) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1366

Folder 1367

Homicide (Interracial and Intraracial) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1367

Folder 1368

Homicide (Miscellaneous Research) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1368

Folder 1369

Homicide (North Carolina) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1369

Folder 1370

Homicide (Virginia) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1370

Folder 1371-1372

Folder 1371

Folder 1372

Miscellaneous Research Material #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1371-1372

Folder 1373

The Negro and Crime, Book I (Bound Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1373

Folder 1374

The Negro and Crime, Book II (Bound Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1374

Folder 1375

The Negro and Crime (Appendices A-G) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1375

Folder 1376

The Negro and Crime (Critics' Responses) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1376

Folder 1377

"The Negro and Crime, Note on Causation" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.2. The Negro and Crime, 1925; 1936-1942 and undated." Folder 1377

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated.

About 105 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Files on studies of racial attitudes (Guy) and racial ideologies (Guion) in the United States, including manuscripts and drafts; critics' comments; memoranda; correspondence; questionnaires and surveys; clippings, 1925, 1927-1928, and undated; research notes; and scholarly papers. Correspondence concerning racial attitudes is mostly with Charles S. Johnson. One 1856 item is a 48 p. pamphlet entitled "A Plan of Brotherly Copartnership of the North and South for the Peaceful Extinction of Slavery" by Elihu Burritt (see folder labeled "Racial Ideologies--Miscellaneous Research Materials.")

Folder 1378-1379

Folder 1378

Folder 1379

Racial Attitudes: Charles S. Johnson Data #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1378-1379

Folder 1380

Racial Attitudes: Fortune Survey #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1380

Folder 1381

Racial Attitudes: "Negro Novelists as Seen Through Their Novels" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1381

Folder 1382

Racial Attitudes: Questionnaire #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1382

Folder 1383

Racial Attitudes: Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1383

Folder 1384

Racial Attitudes: Student Attitudes on the Race Problem #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1384

Folder 1385

Racial Ideologies: Background Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1385

Folder 1386

Racial Ideologies: Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1386

Folder 1387-1388

Folder 1387

Folder 1388

A History of Racial Ideologies (Bound Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1387-1388

Folder 1389-1390

Folder 1389

Folder 1390

A History of Racial Ideologies (Loose Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1389-1390

Folder 1391-1397

Folder 1391

Folder 1392

Folder 1393

Folder 1394

Folder 1395

Folder 1396

Folder 1397

A History of Racial Ideologies (Chapter Drafts) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1391-1397

Folder 1398

A History of Racial Ideologies (Critics' Responses) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1398

Folder 1399

"Memorandum on Solutions to the Negro Problem" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1399

Folder 1400

Miscellaneous Research Materials #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1400

Folder 1401

"Racial Ideologies in the United States, A Brief Memorandum" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1401

Folder 1402

Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.3. The Negro Problem, 1856; 1925-1940 and undated." Folder 1402

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated.

About 105 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Manuscript and drafts; critics' responses; clippings; pamphlets on religious denominations; research notes; limited correspondence, 1940, of Guion Griffis Johnson; background papers; and field reports. Of interest is a report describing a service held by the followers of George Hill (Father Divine) in Harlem (see "Churches").

Folder 1403-1404

Folder 1403

Folder 1404

Census of Religious Bodies, 1936 #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1403-1404

Folder 1405

Churches (Edward Nelson Palmer) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1405

Folder 1406

Clippings (Father Divine) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1406

Folder 1407

Clippings (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1407

Folder 1408-1409

Folder 1408

Folder 1409

The Church and the Race Problem in the United States (Bound Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1408-1409

Folder 1410-1417

Folder 1410

Folder 1411

Folder 1412

Folder 1413

Folder 1414

Folder 1415

Folder 1416

Folder 1417

The Church and the Race Problem in the United States (Chapter Drafts) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1410-1417

Folder 1418

The Church and the Race Problem in the United States (Critics' Responses) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1418

Folder 1419

Correspondence #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1419

Folder 1420

"Memorandum on Questions to Be Covered by Allison Davis" #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1420

Folder 1421

Miscellaneous Research Materials #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.4. The Church and the Race Problem, 1934-1940 and undated." Folder 1421

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.5. Legal Status of the Negro, 1938-1939 and undated.

36 items.

Draft of Legal Status of the Negro, an outline for the manuscript, and two folders of correspondence with directors of charitable and penal institutions in North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Missouri, West Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas.

Folder 1422

Outline, etc. #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.5. Legal Status of the Negro, 1938-1939 and undated." Folder 1422

Folder 1423-1427

Folder 1423

Folder 1424

Folder 1425

Folder 1426

Folder 1427

Legal Status of the Negro (Draft) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.5. Legal Status of the Negro, 1938-1939 and undated." Folder 1423-1427

Folder 1428-1429

Folder 1428

Folder 1429

Segregation in Charitable and Penal Institutions #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.5. Legal Status of the Negro, 1938-1939 and undated." Folder 1428-1429

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated.

About 45 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Mostly research outlines and notes, with scattered correspondence, clippings, questionnaires, and miscellaneous items kept by the Johnsons on Study areas with which they were peripherally involved. Topics best covered are African American artists, the race's legal status, and fraternal lodges. Items of note include biographical sketches of and clippings on the work of William Arthur Cooper, a Charlotte, North Carolina painter, and a 1931 address by Alain Locke on "The Negro in Art." Guy Johnson's correspondence (interfiled by subject), consists of a few letters, dated early 1930s, concerning artists, and copies of memoranda by Gunnar Myrdal.

Folder 1430

Artists and Art #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1430

Folder 1431

Education #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1431

Folder 1432

Lawyers #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1432

Folder 1433

Migration #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1433

Folder 1434-1435

Folder 1434

Folder 1435

Organizations: Fraternal Lodges #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1434-1435

Folder 1436

Organizations: Urban League (Arnold Hill) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1436

Folder 1437

Population Characteristics #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1437

Folder 1438

Race Segregation and Discrimination #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1438

Folder 1439

Racial Tension #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1439

Folder 1440

Social Stratification #03826, Subseries: "5.9.2.6. Miscellaneous Projects, 1931-1942 and undated." Folder 1440

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated.

17 items.

Mostly background research notes compiled by Guion Griffis Johnson, summaries of interviews with black and white community leaders conducted by Guy Johnson and Gunnar Myrdal in several midwestern and northeastern cities in 1939-1940, and personal accounts contributed by research subjects. The latter consist of an autobiographical sketch of a man concerning his experiences passing for white, a West African visitor's observations on African Americans, and comments on the race problem by a Jewish judge in Savannah, Georgia. Several union newsletters from Dayton, Ohio, appear in folder 1 of 2 of the Cleveland and Dayton Interviews. Of interest in the interviews is one with Dr. Lionel A. Francis, President General of the Parent Body of the Universal Negro Improvement Association in New York.

Folder 1441

Autobiographical Sketch (Lloyd Harding Bailer) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1441

Folder 1442-1451

Folder 1442

Folder 1443

Folder 1444

Folder 1445

Folder 1446

Folder 1447

Folder 1448

Folder 1449

Folder 1450

Folder 1451

Background Research Notes #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1442-1451

Folder 1452

Interviews, Chicago #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1452

Folder 1453-1454

Folder 1453

Folder 1454

Interviews, Cleveland and Dayton #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1453-1454

Folder 1455

Interviews, Minneapolis #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1455

Folder 1456

Interviews, New York (Garvey Report) #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1456

Folder 1457

Interview, Rutland, Ver. #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1457

Folder 1458

Miscellaneous Items #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1458

Folder 1459

"Statement of the Negro Problem," Emanuel Lewis #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1459

Folder 1460

"A West African's Impressions of the Negro in the United States," S.U. Etuk #03826, Subseries: "5.9.3. Miscellaneous Materials, 1939-1940 and undated." Folder 1460

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated.

About 665 items.

Correspondence, field notes, interviews, articles, and reports related to Johnson's participation in the 1953 Ashmore Study of the Fund for the Advancement of Education, and surveys, correspondence, clippings, draft chapters, and miscellaneous items pertaining to Johnson's later 1956 study of desegregation, which grew out of his earlier Ashmore research.

Of note in the early materials is a project report for the Ashmore study, several detailed reports on desegregation at individual Southern public and religious schools, and the correspondence of Malcolm Calhoun with Protestant school officials. Of particular interest is a 13 p., undated first hand account, written by Jerome H. Long, of a black student's experiences at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois.

Surveys and correspondence in 1956 cover the desegregation status of both black and white Southern schools.

Folder 1461

Articles by Johnson #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1461

Folder 1462

Clippings #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1462

Folder 1463-1464

Folder 1463

Folder 1464

Desegregation in Higher Education Manuscripts (Chapter Drafts) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1463-1464

Folder 1465

Desegregation of Colleges #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1465

Folder 1466

Experiences at Knox College (Jerome H. Long) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1466

Folder 1467-1468

Folder 1467

Folder 1468

Field Notes and Interviews #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1467-1468

Folder 1469

Form Letters, Schedules, and Memoranda #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1469

Folder 1470

Project Report (1953) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1470

Folder 1471

Protestant School Report and Correspondence of Malcolm Calhoun, 1956 #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1471

Folder 1472

Racial Integration #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1472

Folder 1473

"The Removal of Segregatioon in the Saint Louis Catholic Schools" #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1473

Folder 1474-1475

Folder 1474

Folder 1475

School Segregation/Desegregation #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1474-1475

Folder 1476

Statistics of Public Schools (1964) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1476

Folder 1477

Southwide Organization Conference on Establishing Democratic Patterns in Human Relations (1955) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1477

Folder 1478-1479

Folder 1478

Folder 1479

Surveys on Desegregation (Miscellaneous Letters) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1478-1479

Folder 1480-1482

Folder 1480

Folder 1481

Folder 1482

Surveys on Desegregation (Miscellaneous Notecards) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1480-1482

Folder 1483-1485

Folder 1483

Folder 1484

Folder 1485

Surveys on Desegregation (Negro Colleges) #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1483-1485

Folder 1486-1490

Folder 1486

Folder 1487

Folder 1488

Folder 1489

Folder 1490

Surveys on Desegregation ("Not Contemplating Admitting Negroes") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1486-1490

Folder 1491-1492

Folder 1491

Folder 1492

Surveys on Desegregation ("Our Trustees Are Now Considering the Matter") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1491-1492

Folder 1493-1496

Folder 1493

Folder 1494

Folder 1495

Folder 1496

Surveys on Desegregation ("We Are Correctly Listed as Having Admitted Negro Students") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1493-1496

Folder 1497

Surveys on Desegregation ("We Are Willing to Admit Negroes") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1497

Folder 1498-1500

Folder 1498

Folder 1499

Folder 1500

Surveys on Desegregation ("We Have Admitted Negro Students Since...") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1498-1500

Folder 1501-1502

Folder 1501

Folder 1502

Surveys on Desegregation ("We Have No Negro Students") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1501-1502

Folder 1503

Surveys on Desegregation ("We Plan to Admit Negro Students in 1956") #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1503

Folder 1504

Tabulation of Some of Questionnaires #03826, Subseries: "5.10. Ashmore Project (Desegregation of Colleges Study), 1951-1966 and undated." Folder 1504

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Subject Files, 1922-1981 and undated.

About 1500 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Mostly miscellaneous files on various subjects of interest to Johnson, with a significant number of files he maintained on trips he took to Africa between 1959 and 1972. Materials include correspondence, pamphlets and booklets, conference materials, reports, clippings, obituaries and biographical sketches, financial records, and miscellaneous other items. Topics covered include civil rights and desegregation, music, direct-mail advertising, African-American political power, and the careers of Johnson's academic colleagues.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated.

About 600 items.

Files Johnson maintained on African visitors to the United States and on trips he took to Rhodesia and several West African nations between 1959 and 1972 and while teaching at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. His trips were financed by the Ford Foundation and the Phelps-Stokes Fund. Materials include correspondence, notes on and reports of his observations, financial records, newsletters from Rhodes University, articles by others on African topics, maps, and miscellaneous other items.

Folder 1505-1506

Folder 1505

Folder 1506

Africa, General #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1505-1506

Folder 1507

African Music #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1507

Folder 1508

African Women #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1508

Folder 1509-1511

Folder 1509

Folder 1510

Folder 1511

Correspondence, Africa and Visitors, 1949-1951, 1953-1961, 1963-1964, 1973 #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1509-1511

Folder 1512

Examinations and Maps #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1512

Folder 1513

Rhodes University, South Africa #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1513

Folder 1514-1517

Folder 1514

Folder 1515

Folder 1516

Folder 1517

South Africa Year, 1959-1960 #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1514-1517

Folder 1518

West Africa Trip, November-December 1961 #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1518

Folder 1519-1520

Folder 1519

Folder 1520

South Africa Trip, 1970-1971 #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1519-1520

Folder 1521

West Africa Trip, January-February 1972 #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1521

Folder 1522

Africa Trips, undated #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1522

Folder 1523-1524

Folder 1523

Folder 1524

South Africa, General, 1962-1968 and undated #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1523-1524

Folder 1525

United States-South Africa Leader Exchange Program #03826, Subseries: "6.1. Africa, 1949-1972 and undated." Folder 1525

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated.

About 900 items.

Miscellaneous materials Johnson collected on various subjects of interest to him, including civil rights, desegregation, education, music, and direct-mail advertising, and numerous obituaries and biographical sketches (some of which he prepared) for his colleagues. Many of the files bear Johnson's original titles. Others were created from loose materials and titled by the processor. A number of files appear on the Delta Upsilon Foundation. Materials include clippings, correspondence, pamphlets and booklets, conference materials, sociological reports, addresses (one by Adlai Stephenson), and other items. Of note are letters to the editor of the Montgomery Advertiser (1942) objecting to the use of racist language in a news story; a folder entitled "Letters, Notes, Showing Negro Attitudes" (Johnson's title), which contains communications from several maids Johnson employed; and several copies of the Daily Huntsville (Ala.) Confederate (July-October 1863) and a copy of the 22 September 1909 Huntsville Weekly Democrat (see folder 1538).

Folder 1526

Addresses by Others #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1526

Folder 1527

Africa #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1527

Folder 1528

American Jewish Congress #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1528

Folder 1529

Anti Defamation League #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1529

Folder 1530

Baylor University, Phi Beta Kappa Address #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1530

Folder 1531-1532

Folder 1531

Folder 1532

Black Power #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1531-1532

Folder 1533

Black Pride #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1533

Folder 1534

Campus Events, University of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1534

Folder 1535

Case Studies on Integration, Seattle, 1960? #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1535

Folder 1536

Chapel Hill Race Riot, 1937 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1536

Folder 1537

Clarendon County, S.C., Segregation Case, 1951 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1537

Folder 1538

Clippings, Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1538

Folder 1539

"Colored Cards for Colored People" #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1539

Folder 1540

Conference on Negro Education in North Carolina, 1922 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1540

Folder 1541

"Community Disorganization in a Small Texas Town" #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1541

Folder 1542

Crime #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1542

Folder 1543

Desegregation #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1543

Folder 1544

Diplomas and Certificates #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1544

Folder 1545

Direct-Mail Advertising, 1927-1928 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1545

Folder 1546-1548

Folder 1546

Folder 1547

Folder 1548

Direct-Mail Advertising (Obscenity), 1963-1968 and undated #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1546-1548

Folder 1549

"Directed Culture change in Southern Race Relations" #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1549

Folder 1550

FEPC Legislation, Arguments Used for and Against #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1550

Folder 1551

Gomillion, Charles #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1551

Folder 1552

Graham, Frank Porter #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1552

Folder 1553

Green, Paul #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1553

Folder 1554

Health #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1554

Folder 1555

Housing #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1555

Folder 1556

Institute of Folk Music (University of North Carolina) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1556

Folder 1557

Itineraries, 1956, 1958 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1557

Folder 1558

Labor #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1558

Folder 1559

Language #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1559

Folder 1560

Letters to the Editor, Montgomery Advertiser, 1942 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1560

Folder 1561

Letters, Notes, Showing Negro Attitudes #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1561

Folder 1562

Miscellaneous #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1562

Folder 1563

Miscellaneous Conferences #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1563

Folder 1564

Miscegenation (W.C. George) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1564

Folder 1565

Mountaineers of Kentucky #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1565

Folder 1566

Musicology #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1566

Folder 1567

Negro Colleges #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1567

Folder 1568

Negro Press (Cartoons) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1568

Folder 1569

Negroes in Philadelphia #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1569

Folder 1570

Newspaper Ads (Magic, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1570

Folder 1571

North Carolina Conference for Social Service #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1571

Folder 1572

North Carolina Council of Churches #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1572

Folder 1573-1575

Folder 1573

Folder 1574

Folder 1575

North Carolina Delta Upsilon Foundation, Inc. #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1573-1575

Folder 1576

North Carolina, Miscellaneous Data #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1576

Folder 1577

North Carolinians Against the Death Penalty #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1577

Folder 1578

North Carolinians for Tax Reform #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1578

Folder 1579

Obituary, John Beecher #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1579

Folder 1580

Obituary: Hugh Brinton #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1580

Folder 1581

Obituary: Lee M. Brooks #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1581

Folder 1582

Obituary: Harriet Laura Herring #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1582

Folder 1583

Obituary: Mozell C. Hill #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1583

Folder 1584

Obituary: Mrs. Hal C. Horton #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1584

Folder 1585

Obituary: Katharine Jocher #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1585

Folder 1586

Obituary: Charles Spurgeon Johnson #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1586

Folder 1587

Obituary: D. Meyer #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1587

Folder 1588

Obituary: Howard Odum #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1588

Folder 1589

Obituary: Wiley B. Sanders #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1589

Folder 1590

Obituary: Lyda Shivers #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1590

Folder 1591

Obituary: Dorothy Swaine thomas #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1591

Folder 1592

Obituary: Rupert B. Vance #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1592

Folder 1593

Plays to Combat Prejudice #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1593

Folder 1594

Politics (Cartoons, Leaders, etc.) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1594

Folder 1595

Psychiatric Nursing Study, 1955 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1595

Folder 1596

Racial Traits #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1596

Folder 1597

Resurrection City, U.S.A. #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1597

Folder 1598

Rockefeller Memorial Fund, 1929 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1598

Folder 1599

Rural Development (Georgia) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1599

Folder 1600

Sayings, Brain Teasers, etc. #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1600

Folder 1601

Sea Islands, Georgia #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1601

Folder 1602

Second Southeastern Inter-Church Convocation, 1949 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1602

Folder 1603

Slater Fund, 1936 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1603

Folder 1604

Social Sciences Research Council #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1604

Folder 1605

Social Status #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1605

Folder 1606

Southern Culture and Education #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1606

Folder 1607

Southern Economy #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1607

Folder 1608

Southern Regional Council #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1608

Folder 1609

Southwide Interorganizational Conference, Fisk, 1955 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1609

Folder 1610

Tennessee Valley Authority #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1610

Folder 1611

Tuskegee Institute #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1611

Folder 1612

"Tut," An Artificial Language #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1612

Folder 1613

University Day, 1943 #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1613

Folder 1614

University of North Carolina (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1614

Folder 1615

University United Methodist Church #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1615

Folder 1616a

Virginia State College for Negroes #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1616a

Folder 1616b

What Happened to the "Southern Liberals"? (Cy W. Record) #03826, Subseries: "6.2. Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922-1982 and undated." Folder 1616b

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About 145 items.

Scholarly and personal writings, public addresses, and college class notes of Johnson. The bulk of the material consists of texts and notes Johnson prepared for speeches before scholarly, fraternal, and public audiences and notes Johnson took on courses as a graduate student at the University of Chicago and University of North Carolina Also included are journal articles, book reviews, short stories, and a play. Includes his 1917 valedictory speech and his autobiographical "My Love Affair With Music and Other Personal Recollections."

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated.

About 75 items.

Public and academic addresses made by Johnson, primarily between 1930 and 1987, mostly on desegregation and African-American education. Other topics are the Gullah dialect and African-American political participation. Of note are Johnson's 1917 high school valedictory address and a 1968 interview with him heard on "The Voice of America" radio show.

Folder 1625

Addresses, Lists of #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1625

Folder 1626

Addresses, 1917, 1930-1931 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1626

Folder 1627

Addresses, 1935-1939 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1627

Folder 1628

Addresses, 1940-1943 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1628

Folder 1629

Addresses, 1944-1945 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1629

Folder 1630

Addresses, 1946-1949 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1630

Folder 1631

Addresses, 1950, 1952-1953 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1631

Folder 1632

Addresses, 1954-1955 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1632

Folder 1633

Addresses, 1956-1958 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1633

Folder 1634

Addresses, 1961, 1963, 1966-1967 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1634

Folder 1635

Addresses, 1968-1969, 1971 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1635

Folder 1636

Addresses, 1974-1976, 1979 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1636

Folder 1637

Addresses, 1980-1981, 1985 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1637

Folder 1638

Addresses, 1986-1987 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1638

Folder 1639

Addresses, undated #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1639

Folder 1640

Interview, "Voice of America," 26 August 1968 #03826, Subseries: "7.3. Addresses and Interviews, 1917-1987 and undated." Folder 1640

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937.

About 25 items.

Class notes and other materials Johnson kept from courses he took as a Master's student at the University of Chicago during 1921-1922 and as a Ph.D. student at University of North Carolina during 1924-1926, as well as scattered notes on seminars he attended at the University of Chicago in 1936-1937 while a research fellow of the Social Sciences Research Institute. Items include grade reports, exam papers, and course readings.

Folder 1641

Class Materials: University of Chicago (Sociology 17, "Conflict of Classes in Modern Society") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1641

Folder 1642-1643

Folder 1642

Folder 1643

Class Materials: University of Chicago (Sociology 30: "Temperament") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1642-1643

Folder 1644

Class Materials: University of Chicago (Sociology 31: "Social Control") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1644

Folder 1645

Class Materials: University of Chicago (Sociology 51) #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1645

Folder 1646-1648

Folder 1646

Folder 1647

Folder 1648

Class Materials: University of Chicago (Miscellaneous) #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1646-1648

Folder 1649

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 5, "Negro Problem") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1649

Folder 1650

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 15, "General Sociology") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1650

Folder 1651

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 26, "Principles of Community Organization") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1651

Folder 1652

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 121, Seminar with Howard Odum, Fall 1924) #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1652

Folder 1653

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 124, "The Methodology of Community Study") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1653

Folder 1654

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 127, Seminar with Howard Odum, Fall 1925 #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1654

Folder 1655

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Sociology 130, "Social Planning") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1655

Folder 1656

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Psychology 40, "Personality") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1656

Folder 1657

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Psychology 46, "Abnormal Psychology") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1657

Folder 1658

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Psychology 106, "Contemporary Psychology") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1658

Folder 1659

Class Materials: University of North Carolina (Psychology, "Social Psychology") #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1659

Folder 1660-1661

Folder 1660

Folder 1661

Miscellaneous School Materials: University of North Carolina #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1660-1661

Folder 1662-1663

Folder 1662

Folder 1663

Social Science Research Fellow: Postgraduate Seminar Notes #03826, Subseries: "7.4. College Class Notes and Materials, 1921-1926, 1936-1937." Folder 1662-1663

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966.

About 1800 items.

Arrangement: by course number and name.

Lectures and notes, background materials, examinations and quizzes, student papers, syllabi, bibliographies, class handouts, and clippings related to graduate and undergraduate level sociology and anthropology courses Johnson taught at University of North Carolina from the 1930s through the 1960s. Files also appear on courses Johnson taught as a visiting professor at Louisiana State University, Emory University, the University of Hawaii, and Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Course topics include United States race relations; the economic, social, and religious life of African Americans; the peoples of the African continent; invention and discovery; magic, witchcraft, and superstition; social change; social stratification; and cultural diffusion.

Of particular interest are writings by students on superstitions heard in their childhoods (see Sociology 151--Social Anthropology [Superstitions of Students]); a report by a student who attended an African American church service in Southern Pines, N.C., in 1932; and an account by a student of a female African American house servant's views of African American preachers (see Sociology 125--The Negro [Religion]).

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1664

Anthropology 41: General Anthropology (Lectures and Notes) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1664

Folder 1665

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Book Lists, etc.) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1665

Folder 1666

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1666

Folder 1667

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Invention and Discovery) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1667

Folder 1668

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Language) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1668

Folder 1669

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Marriage and Family) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1669

Folder 1670

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Nature of Culture, Funciton, etc.) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1670

Folder 1671

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Political Organization) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1671

Folder 1672

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Social Change) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1672

Folder 1673

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Lecture Notes on Social Life and Customs) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1673

Folder 1674-1675

Folder 1674

Folder 1675

Anthropology 122: Cultural Anthropology (Miscellaneous Material) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1674-1675

Folder 1676-1680

Folder 1676

Folder 1677

Folder 1678

Folder 1679

Folder 1680

Anthropology 126: Races and Peoples of Africa #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1676-1680

Folder 1681-1689

Folder 1681

Folder 1682

Folder 1683

Folder 1684

Folder 1685

Folder 1686

Folder 1687

Folder 1688

Folder 1689

Anthropology 200: Cultural Change and Acculturation #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1681-1689

Folder 1690

Anthropology 321: Readings Course #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1690

Folder 1691

Social Anthropology II (Rhodes University, 1959) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1691

Folder 1692

Sociology (N.C.C.N., Summer 1943): Course on the Negro #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1692

Folder 1693

Sociology 62 (Louisiana State University, Summer 1938): Social Problems) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1693

Folder 1694

Sociology 125: The Negro (Bibliographies) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1694

Folder 1695

Sociology 125: The Negro (Black Power) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1695

Folder 1696-1697

Folder 1696

Folder 1697

Sociology 125: The Negro (Civil Rights Lecture) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1696-1697

Folder 1698-1700

Folder 1698

Folder 1699

Folder 1700

Sociology 125: The Negro (Economic Conditions) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1698-1700

Folder 1701

Sociology 125: The Negro (Education, Desegregation, etc.) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1701

Folder 1702

Sociology 125: The Negro (Family Life) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1702

Folder 1703-1704

Folder 1703

Folder 1704

Sociology 125: The Negro (Health) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1703-1704

Folder 1705-1708

Folder 1705

Folder 1706

Folder 1707

Folder 1708

Sociology 125: The Negro (Historical Background) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1705-1708

Folder 1709

Sociology 125: The Negro (Leadership and Strategies) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1709

Folder 1710

Sociology 125: The Negro (Notes, Clippings, etc.) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1710

Folder 1711

Sociology 125: The Negro (The Negro in U.S. News and World Report) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1711

Folder 1712

Sociology 125: The Negro (in United States Social Structure) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1712

Folder 1713

Sociology 125: The Negro (Outlines) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1713

Folder 1714-1716

Folder 1714

Folder 1715

Folder 1716

Sociology 125: The Negro (Population) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1714-1716

Folder 1717-1718

Folder 1717

Folder 1718

Sociology 125: The Negro (Quizzes and Exams) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1717-1718

Folder 1719-1721

Folder 1719

Folder 1720

Folder 1721

Sociology 125: The Negro (Racial Differences) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1719-1721

Folder 1722

Sociology 125: The Negro (Race Relations) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1722

Folder 1723

Folder Number not Used #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1723

Folder 1724

Sociology 125: The Negro (Religion) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1724

Folder 1725

Sociology 125: The Negro (Social Stratification) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1725

Folder 1726

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Antiquity of Man) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1726

Folder 1727

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Art) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1727

Folder 1728

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Bibliography) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1728

Folder 1729

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Clans, Kinship) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1729

Folder 1730-1731

Folder 1730

Folder 1731

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Economic Life) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1730-1731

Folder 1732

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Geographic Method, Culture Areas) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1732

Folder 1733

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Interests and Orientations) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1733

Folder 1734

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Knowledge and Science) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1734

Folder 1735-1737

Folder 1735

Folder 1736

Folder 1737

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Magic and Religion) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1735-1737

Folder 1738

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Magic and Witchcraft) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1738

Folder 1739

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Mythology) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1739

Folder 1740

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Nature and Scope) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1740

Folder 1741

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Personality and Culture) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1741

Folder 1742

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology ("A Savage Visits Chapel Hill" and Selected Papers) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1742

Folder 1743-1745

Folder 1743

Folder 1744

Folder 1745

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Students) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1743-1745

Folder 1746

Sociology 151: Social Anthropology (Totemism and Animism) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1746

Folder 1747-1748

Folder 1747

Folder 1748

Sociology 153: Social Structure #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1747-1748

Folder 1749

Sociology 161 (Louisiana State University, 1938), Race and Race Problems #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1749

Folder 1750

Sociology 185: Negro and Race Relations (Background Material) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1750

Folder 1751

Sociology 185: Negro and Race Relations (African Background) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1751

Folder 1752

Sociology 185: Negro and Race Relations (Quizzes and Exams) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1752

Folder 1753

Sociology 185: Negro and Race Relations (Trends) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1753

Folder 1754

Sociology 213 (Emory University, 1947): The Family #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1754

Folder 1755

Sociology 265 (University of Hawaii, 1959): Criminology #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1755

Folder 1756

Sociology 302: Readings in Prejudice and Race Relations #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1756

Folder 1757

Sociology Courses Taught by Others (Syllabi) #03826, Series: "8. Teaching Materials, 1930-1966." Folder 1757

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Booklets, and Other Printed Materials, 1830-1973 and undated.

58 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

Principally 20th-century pamphlets, booklets, newsletters, and other printed publications, with scattered pamphlets from the antebellum and Reconstruction periods, discussing politics, slavery, religion, and labor. Includes several volumes of poetry.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 9.1. Antebellum, 1830-1860.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 9.2. Reconstruction, 1868-1869 and undated.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973.

50 items.

Political pamphlets, including several of the Communist Party; books of poems; university and employee publications; reports of sociological studies; and other publications, mostly pertaining to race relations and civil rights, labor, and sharecropping. Most of the Communist Party pamphlets are addressed to African Americans.

Folder 1767

"American Minority People During World War II," Edmonia Grant, 1945 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1767

Folder 1768

"An Analysis, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company," 1932 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1768

Folder 1769

"And I Will Be Heard," poems, John Beecher, 1940 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1769

Folder 1770

Atlanta Urban League Pamphlets, 1948-1949 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1770

Folder 1771

Baylor University Lariat, 29 October 1971 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1771

Folder 1772

"The Black Dancer," poems, Obadiah Feldman, 1936 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1772

Folder 1773

The Chesapeake & Ohio Employees' Magazine, 1917 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1773

Folder 1774

Communist Party Pamphlets, 1932-1935 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1774

Folder 1775

"Dear Mr. Baldwin, An Open Letter from John W. Reynolds," 1964 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1775

Folder 1776

"The Disinherited Speak," Letters from Sharecroppers, Worker's Defense League, undated #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1776

Folder 1777

"The Fake Revolt," G. Legman #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1777

Folder 1778

Fisk University News, October 1924 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1778

Folder 1779

"Freedom to Serve," 1950 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1779

Folder 1780

The Inquiry, 1928 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1780

Folder 1781

Institute for Psychoanalysis Pamphlets, 1941 and undated #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1781

Folder 1782

"Jacksonville Looks at Its Negro Community," 1946 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1782

Folder 1783

"Let Us Build a National Negro Congress," John P. Davis, 1935 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1783

Folder 1784

"Memorandum on America Self-Contained," undated #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1784

Folder 1785

"Negro and White Pupils in Piedmont North Carolina," 1938 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1785

Folder 1786

"The Negro in Chicago," 1917 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1786

Folder 1787

"Negro History Week," Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, undated #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1787

Folder 1788

"The Negro Population of North Carolina," 1945-1955 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1788

Folder 1789

"Norfolk's Thirty-Six Percent, 64,000 Colored," 1927? #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1789

Folder 1790

"Nwavundlani, Ni Bangana Bakwe," Imhambane Mission Press, Cleveland, Transvaal #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1790

Folder 1791

"The Plantation Land Tenure System in Mississippi," 1943 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1791

Folder 1792

"Progress at Fisk University," Thomas E. Jones, 1930 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1792

Folder 1793

"Race, Rage, and Eldridge Cleaver," Jervis Anderson, 1968 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1793

Folder 1794

Race Relations Reporter, 1972-1973 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1794

Folder 1795

"Report on a Study of Negro Police," 1953 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1795

Folder 1796

"Rough Edges and All," poems, John Southworth Bliss, 1930 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1796

Folder 1797

"Rutland-Vermont, In the Heart of the Green Mountains," (Business Men's Association, undated) #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1797

Folder 1798

The Shaw Bulletin, 1934 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1798

Folder 1799

"Something the West Will Remember," poems, H.A. Sieber, 1956 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1799

Folder 1800

Spelman Messenger, January, April 1930 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1800

Folder 1801

"Ten Negroes," Robert S. Bird, 1963 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1801

Folder 1802

Tuskegee Institute Bulletin, 1927-1928, 1928-1929 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1802

Folder 1803

"Voting Restrictions in the 13 Southern States,"circa 1940s #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1803

Folder 1804

"Who Defeated Senator Frank Graham?", Ernest Seeman, 1950 #03826, Subseries: "9.3. Twentieth Century, 1917-1973." Folder 1804

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 10. Calendars, 1945-1984 and undated.

26 items.

Daily desk calendars kept by Johnson of his academic and personal activit