St. Clair Drake papers 1935-1990
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Educator, sociologist, diplomat, and public official; married Mabel Hancock Murphy, economist and diplomat; Mabel M. Smythe later married Robert Haith. From the description of Papers of Hugh H. and Mabel M. Smythe, 1921-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70937856 Anthropologist, sociologist, writer on race relations. He died in 1977. From the description of Hugh H. Smythe papers, 1942-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122455521 Diplomats, educators,...
Born in 1911, St. Clair Drake was an educator and social anthropologist who taught sociology at Roosevelt and Stanford Universities and at the Universities of Liberia and Ghana. His study of social life in the Caribbean and West Africa and in the black communities of Chicago and Great Britain spanned the 1930s to the 1980. His major study of Blacks in Chicago, Black Metropolis, written in collaboration with Horace Cayton, was published in 1945. A prolific lecturer and author, his many articles a...
Typescript of Robert Robert's book on his childhood in Salford. He was born in Salford in 1905, the son of a corner shopkeeper. After an engineering apprentice, he was made unemployed. During this time he began to study languages and retrain as a teacher. He became an expert on adult illiteracy and taught prisoners in Strangeways Prison, Manchester. In recognition of his work in adult illiteracy, he was awarded an Hon MA by the University of Salford. He is well known for his work The Classic slu...
The American Society of African Culture educated Americans regarding African culture through publications, lectures, and conferences. From the description of American Society of African Culture records. 1958-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86164185 From the guide to the American Society of African Culture records, 1958-1968, (The New York Public Library. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division.) ...
African American author and sociologist. From the description of Horace Cayton collection, 1965. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70965364 Afro-American author. From the description of Horace Roscoe Cayton correspondence, 1963-1969. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 86118280 Horace R. Cayton, Jr. was born in Seattle, WA. on April 12, 1903 to Horace Roscoe Cayton Sr. (newspaper owner, editor, publisher), and Susie Cayton (j...
Lawrence D. Reddick served as curator of the Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature, 1939-1948. An African-American historian, Reddick was interested in the role of the black soldier in U.S. wars and published on this topic. Concerned that the role of black soldiers during World War II would not be portrayed accurately by the government, the mainstream or black press, Reddick initiated a campaign to document the experiences of blacks in the military using their first hand accounts. He placed a...
Educator, sociologist, scholar, and author. From the description of Horace Mann Bond papers, 1830-1979 (bulk 1926-1972). (University of Massachusetts Amherst). WorldCat record id: 48383227 Horace Mann Bond (1904-1972), African American educator, sociologist, and author. Bond married Julia Agnes Washington (1908-2007), author and librarian, in 1930. The Bonds had three children: Marguerite Jane (1938-), Horace Julian (1940-), and James George (1944-). From the des...
The American Committee on Africa (ACOA) was formed in 1953 as the successor to Americans for South African Resistance, then a two-year-old group formed to support the campaign of nonviolent protests against apartheid led by the African National Congress. ACOA broadened the original scope to include anticolonial struggles throughout the continent. It worked on many fronts: monitoring racist stereotyping in the media; lobbying the State Department and United Nations to adopt anti-apartheid, anti-c...
Boston University professor emeritus Adelaide McGuinn Cromwell was born on November 27, 1919, in Washington, D.C. In 1936, Cromwell graduated from Dunbar High School and in 1940, went on to earn an A.B. degree in sociology from Smith College. One year later, she earned a M.A. degree in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania and went on to earn a certificate in social casework from Bryn Mawr College. After earning a Ph.D. in sociology from Harvard's Radcliffe College in 1946, she became th...
Teacher, prime minister of the Gold Coast and president of Ghana, Pan-Africanist, and author. From the description of Papers, 1955-1987 (bulk 1965-1974). (Moorland-Spingarn Resource Center). WorldCat record id: 70939653 ...
Julian Mayfield lived a varied career as a novelist, playwright, actor, journalist and critic, aide to two heads of state, an educator and writer-in-residence at several colleges and universities. He wrote, produced and directed several off-Broadway and summer stock productions between 1949 and 1954. He played the juvenile lead role of Absalom Kumalo in the Kurt Weill-Maxwell Anderson musical "Lost in the Stars," and directed Ossie Davis's first play, "Alice in Wonder," ...