Papers, 1882-1979 (inclusive).

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Park, Robert Ezra, 1864-1944. Papers, 1882-1979 (inclusive).

Papers, 1882-1979 (inclusive).

Correspondence (1899-1942) relating to Tuskegee Institute, the Congo Reform Association, the Pacific Coast Survey, and personal and professional matters. Correspondents include Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, G. Stanley Hall, Everett C. Hughes, Roderick Duncan McKenzie, George Herbert Mead, William Isaac Thomas, Louis Wirth, and others. Speeches and articles by and about Booker T. Washington. Manuscript notes on African-Americans and race relations. Interviews and correspondence files for Oriental Study in the Pacific Coast Survey (1924-1925). Life histories of African-Americans, Japanese, Chinese, Hawaiians, and students. Notebooks and diaries relating to Tuskegee Institute (1908-1914); social psychology (1913); Pacific Coast (1919); race relations (1924); as well as trips to Japan (1929), Germany (1922), Hawaii (1925), and Europe (1910, 1925). Course notes and outlines, bibliographies, student notes and papers for courses on African-Americans, the newspaper, the social survey, and the social group (1913-1935). Typescripts and offprints of articles. Copy of Park's doctoral dissertation, Masse und Publikum: Eine methodologische und soziologische Untersuchung (1904). Bibliography. Scrapbook of letters from students and colleagues at Fisk University (1941). Materials collected by Winifred Raushenbush for a biography of Park (1959-1979), including correspondence with Everett C. Hughes and others, reminiscences by former students and colleagues including Nels Anderson, Herbert Blumer, E. Franklin Frazier, Alfonso Villa Rojas, W. Lloyd Warner, and others.

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