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Papers, 1935-1984.

Author: Nick Aaron Ford
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Correspondence, biographical information, and other papers, relating to Ford's teaching career at Morgan State College, Baltimore, Md. (1945-1973), and his activities as head, Dept. of English (1947-1973). Includes topical files and writings by Ford on literature and the black experience in America, and papers relating to his activities as professor of black studies, and his activities with Union for Experimenting  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Marianna W Davis; Henry Ponder; Benjamin Quarles; Allen Tate; Margaret Walker; Marianna W Davis; Henry Ponder; Benjamin Quarles; Allen Tate; Margaret Walker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Aaron Ford
OCLC Number: 122553884
Description: 1.25 ft.

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Correspondence, biographical information, and other papers, relating to Ford's teaching career at Morgan State College, Baltimore, Md. (1945-1973), and his activities as head, Dept. of English (1947-1973). Includes topical files and writings by Ford on literature and the black experience in America, and papers relating to his activities as professor of black studies, and his activities with Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, Center for Minority Studies. Correspondents include Margaret Walker Alexander (writes under Margaret Walker), Marianna W. Davis, Henry Ponder, Benjamin Quarles, and Allen Tate.

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