Horace Mann Bond records, 1853-1960 (bulk 1945-1957).

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Lincoln University (Pa.). Office of the President. Horace Mann Bond records, 1853-1960 (bulk 1945-1957).

Horace Mann Bond records, 1853-1960 (bulk 1945-1957).

Collection consists of correspondence and files reflecting Bond's tenure as president of Lincoln University. Correspondents include the General Board of Education, American Friends Service Committee, Sadie T. Mossell Alexander, Mary McLeod Bethune, John W. Davis, William M. Frazier, Harold F. Grim, Martin D. Jenkins, Henry Carter Patterson, Crystal Bird Fauset, William V.S. Tubman, Albert Einstein, and George Aubrey Hastings.

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