Nation of Islam collection, 1959-1976.

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Nation of Islam (Chicago, Ill.). Nation of Islam collection, 1959-1976.

Nation of Islam collection, 1959-1976.

The collection consists of core Nation of Islam liturgical texts, instructions and letters from Elijah Muhammad to ministers and members (Laborers, Fruits of Islam and Muslim Girls Training), materials from various Louisiana branches, and several compilations of radio broadcasts, Saviour's Day addresses, published articles, presentations and lectures at spiritual meetings. Also included are religious teachings and exegesis issued as Ministers' Kits in 1975 and 1976, as part of the gradual change introduced by Warith Deen Muhammed after his father's death regarding "the teachings of the Holy Quran as they will be taught by the Office of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad."

0.4 lin. ft. (one box)

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