Guichard Parris collection, 1936-1983.

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Parris, Guichard. Guichard Parris collection, 1936-1983.

Guichard Parris collection, 1936-1983.

The bulk of the Guichard Parris Collection is comprised of photocopies of research material and biographical information Parris compiled for a translation of nineteenth century French abolitionist Bishop Henri Gregoire's "De la litterature des Nègres." In addition, there is a scrapbook and printed matter from the New York Urban League (1950s) as well as some personal papers.

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New York Urban League

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In 1910 the National Urban League was founded as a response to the migration of blacks from the Caribbean and the southern states to cities in the north, subsequently in 1919 the New York Committee of this organization was officially incorporated as the New York Urban League. Its objectives, as an interracial, nonprofit organization are to improve the health, housing, and employment problems of New York City's black community. From the description of New York Urban League corresponde...

Grégoire, Henri, 1750-1831

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Parris, Guichard.

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Guichard Parris was director of public relations of the National Urban League from 1944-1968. Born in Guadeloupe, Parris held degrees from Amherst College and Columbia University. He taught at three colleges (1930-1936), then became director of the Negro Affairs National Youth Administration Region I (1939-1942). The bulk of his career was spent at the National Urban League in New York before becoming a consultant for urban affairs for Underwood Jordan Associates (1968-1978). Parris served as pr...