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Author: Julian BondClarence AvantHorace Mann BondKay BoyleStephen G BreyerAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Noted figures with whom Bond corresponded more than twice include Clarence Avant, Richard W. Bruner, Bill Clinton, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Bert Gilden, Richard Hatcher, Parker Hudson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Daniel K. Inuouye, Kivie Kaplan, Edward M. Kennedy, Ethel S. Kennedy, Coretta Scott King, George McGovern, Sam Massell, Howard Moore, Charles J. Negaro, Johnny E. Parham, Jr., David Pearson Associates, Donald O.
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Speeches
Photographs
Named Person: Julian Bond; Julian Bond; Jimmy Carter; Angela Y Davis; Vernon E Jordan; Kweisi Mfume
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Bond; Clarence Avant; Horace Mann Bond; Kay Boyle; Stephen G Breyer; Erin Brockovich; Edward W Brooke; Richard W Bruner; Howard W Cannon; Stokely Carmichael; Shirley Chisholm; Kenneth Bancroft Clark; Leroy D Clark; Max Cleland; Bill Clinton; William S Cohen; John Conyers; Alan MacGregor Cranston; Thomas J Dodd; Ivanhoe Donaldson; Frederick Douglass; Michael F Easley; John Edwards; Myrlie Evers-Williams; James Farmer; Russell Feingold; A June Franklin; John W Gardner; Paul M Gaston; Bert Gilden; Parris N Glendening; Nikki Giovanni; Charles E Goodell; Philip A Hart; Vance Hartke; Chester W Hartman; Richard G Hatcher; Frank Parker Hudson; Hubert H Humphrey; Daniel K Inouye; Jesse Jackson; Maynard Jackson; Jacob K Javits; Lyndon B Johnson; Vernon E Jordan; Kivie Kaplan; Edward M Kennedy; Ethel Kennedy; John Kerry; Coretta Scott King; Martin Luther King, Jr.; John Lewis; George S McGovern; Thurgood Marshall; Sam Massell; Thabo Mbeki; Walter F Mondale; Howard Moore; Carol Moseley-Braun; Elijah Muhammad; Edmund S Muskie; Charles J Negaro; Huey P Newton; James G O'Hara; Johnny E Parham; Donald O Peterson; Adam Clayton Powell; William Proxmire; Rosser Reeves; Abraham Ribicoff; Ann Richards; Franklin D Roosevelt; Donald Rumsfeld; Richard B Russell; Paul Sarbanes; William B Saxbe; Richard S Schweiker; Paul L Seitz; Carl Stokes; Louis Stokes; Percy E Sutton; William L Taylor; Strom Thurmond; Ahmed Sékou Touré; Joseph D Tydings; Morris K Udall; George C Wallace; Roy Wilkins; J Harvie Wilkinson, III; Oprah Winfrey; Andrew Young; David Pearson Associates,
OCLC Number: 218424361
Description: circa 47000 items.
Contents: Series I. Articles, papers and speeches. --
Series II. Correspondence. --
Series III. Organizations. --
Series IV. Invitations, political associates, and American Program Bureau Papers. --
Series V. Academic papers, speeches and writings by others. --
Series VI. Political Papers: Subseries A. General. --
Subseries B. Campaign for President, 1976. --
Series VII. Topical: Subseries A. General --
Subseries B. Academic course evaluations and lectures. --
Series VIII. Family and personal: Subseries A. Julian Bond --
Subseries B. Bond family. --
Series IX. Publicity. --
Series X. Restricted Files. --
Series XI. Audiovisual.
Other Titles: Papers of Julian Bond.
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Abstract:

Noted figures with whom Bond corresponded more than twice include Clarence Avant, Richard W. Bruner, Bill Clinton, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Bert Gilden, Richard Hatcher, Parker Hudson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Daniel K. Inuouye, Kivie Kaplan, Edward M. Kennedy, Ethel S. Kennedy, Coretta Scott King, George McGovern, Sam Massell, Howard Moore, Charles J. Negaro, Johnny E. Parham, Jr., David Pearson Associates, Donald O. Peterson, Rosser Reeves, Carl B. Stokes and Andrew Young.

The collection also contains one to two letters each, usually brief, routine or form, from a variety of civil rights and political leaders including Kay Boyle, Carol Moseley Braun, Stephen Breyer, Erin Brockovich, Edward W. Brooke, Howard W. Cannon, Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture), Shirley Chisholm, Max Cleland, William S. Cohen, John Conyers, Jr., Alan Cranston, Thomas J. Dodd, Michael F. Easley, John Edwards, Myrlie Evers-Williams, James Farmer, Russell Feingold, A. June Franklin, Nikki Giovanni, Parris Glendening, Charles E. Goodell, and Philip A. Hart.

Also Vance Hartke, Chester Hartman, Maynard Jackson, Jacob K. Javits, Vernon Jordan (with photograph), John Kerry, John Lewis, Walter F. Mondale, Elijah Muhammad, Huey Newton, Adam Clayton Powell, Abe Ribicoff, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Russell, Paul Sarbanes, William B. Saxbe, Richard S. Schweiker, Paul L. Seitz, Louis Stokes, Percy Sutton, Strom Thurmond, Ahmed Sékou Touré, Joseph D. Tydings, Morris K. Udall, George C. Wallace, Roy Wilkins, and Oprah Winfrey.

The collection also contains copies of speeches by Shirley Chisholm, Kenneth B. Clark, Leroy D. Clark, Bill Clinton, Frederick Douglass (from the Web), John W. Gardner, Paul M. Gaston, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lewis, Thurgood Marshall, Thabo Mbeki, Edmund S. Muskie, James G. O'Hara, William Proxmire, Franklin D. Roosevelt, William L. Taylor, and J. Harvie Wilkinson, III

Bond's political carreer, civil rights and issues pertinent to African Americans are major themes in his political papers, topical files, correspondence and speeches and writings of himself and others. Specific subjects include Georgia state politics, Bond's campaigns, and efforts to be seated in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1965; the Georgia Loyal National Delegation at the 1968 Democratic National Convention; presidential elections from 1968-1976; minority candidates in various state and local elections, and voting rights.

Other topics include the Angela Davis case; the death penalty; the Israeli/Jewish Question; a newsletter/journal on black politics; South Africa and a sterilization controversy.

Routine constituent correspondence contains general requests, letters of support, media requests, and requests for donations, endorsement and legal aid.

The NAACP is the largest topic in the Organizations Series and contains major subfiles on "The Crises," CEO Kweisi Mfume, and the National Voter Fund. Other organizations include the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Community Change, the Citizens Board of Inquiry into Health Services for Americans, the Free Southern Theater, the National Sharecroppers Fund, the National Urban League, the Southern Elections Fund, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Southern Regional Council, and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.

American Program Bureau Papers consist chiefly of contracts, correspondence, and itineraries. There are also files of invitations accepted and declined.

Individual items of interest include a program autographed by W.E.B. DuBois to Horace M. Bond, with Bond's explanation as to why DuBois used the word "Negro"; a brief note to Bond by Jesse Jackson on the occasion of his announcement that he was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination; a casette recording of a radio interview on Jimmy Carter and ethnic purity; a cassette recording of a dispute at the 1984 Democratic National Convention; signed broadsides from Atlanta University Center, [1960?], a broadside tribute to Schwerner, Chaney and Goodman, 1964; a covering letter from Ann Richards enclosing a copy of her keynote address at the1988 Democratic convention, and Horace Mann Bond's 1943 article "The Negro in the Armed Forces of the United States Prior to World War I."

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