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Author: Charlotte Hawkins Brown
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Correspondence, speeches, and memorabilia pertain to Brown's accomplishments in the field of education for blacks. Institute material includes charter, constitution, reports, student publications, publicity and fund-raising material, and photos.
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Named Person: Susan B Anthony; Maria Louise Baldwin; Mary McLeod Bethune; J S Bright; Louise Winsor Brooks; Charlotte Hawkins Brown; Nannie H Burroughs; Theodora Bates Cogswell; Una S Comfelt; Ada Louise Comstock; James Bryant Conant; Grace L Deering; Oscar De Priest; J H Dillard; W E B Du Bois; John Christopher Blucher Ehringhaus; Charles William Eliot; Samuel Atkins Eliot; Joseph Buell Ely; Buell G Gallagher; Frank Porter Graham; Mary R Grinnell; Frances A Guthrie; S Ralph Harlow; Roland W Hayes; Laura I Heathfield; Frank P Hobgood; Clyde Roark Hoey; John Hope; Mildred McAfee Horton; Langston Hughes; William J Hutchins; Ceci R Jenkins; James Weldon Johnson; David Dallas Jones; Helen F Kimball; Seth Low; Lula V Martin McIver; Elizabeth W Macmahons; Jeannette Augustus Marks; Kelly Miller; Mary White Ovington; Palmer family.; George Foster Peabody; Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; Sara Delano Roosevelt; Julius Rosenwald; Rose Schneiderman; Lucy Diggs Slowe; C C Spaulding; Carrie Morton Stone; Galen Luther Stone; Mary Burnette Talbert; Annie L Vickery; Madame C J Walker; Booker T Washington; Margaret James Murray Washington; Edward P Wharton; Mary Emma Woolley; Monroe Nathan Work
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Hawkins Brown
OCLC Number: 232006932
Description: 2 linear ft.

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Correspondence, speeches, and memorabilia pertain to Brown's accomplishments in the field of education for blacks. Institute material includes charter, constitution, reports, student publications, publicity and fund-raising material, and photos.

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