Charles H. Bynum papers, 1938-1972.

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Bynum, Charles H. (Charles Hudson), 1905-1996. Charles H. Bynum papers, 1938-1972.

Charles H. Bynum papers, 1938-1972.

The Charles H. Bynum Papers document his work with the March of Dimes as well as other activities. The Biographical series includes an interview with Bynum done in 1988. The March of Dimes series contains scattered documentation concerning his work on behalf of the organization, including travel planner that documents the range and extend of his work, and names of individuals and black institutions, 1938-1958, that received scholarships and grants to conduct research on infantile paralysis/polio. The Capitalization of "Negro" series consists principally of letters to editors of Texas newspapers advocating for the capitalization during the 1930s.

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Bynum, Charles H. (Charles Hudson), 1905-1996

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Charles H. Bynum was best known for his directorship of Intergroup Relations for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (now the March of Dimes), from 1944 to 1971. He is credited for raising millions of dollars in support of patient care, vaccination programs and scholarships for people of color and for devising a model for involvement of black national organizations and community leaders in the solution of major health problems. From the description of Charles H. Bynum pap...

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