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Scope and Contents note The Charmayne Johnson family papers, 1900-1998, include awards, certificates, cards, church bulletins, correspondence, funeral programs, materials related to education, legal documents, newsletters, photographs, yearbooks, and other items collected by various members of the Brooks and Johnson families. A portion of the collection consists of papers related to the education of Albert and Georgia Brooks. These include but are not limited to school assignments and report cards, alumni materials,...
Overview The collection contains six volumes of Capital Avenue Elementary School publications from 1972 through 1973, Cooper Street Elementary School publications from 1970 through 1972, biographical information about Atlanta educator Dr. Claude C. George, Jr. and other family members, clippings from the Atlanta constitution and Atlanta daily world from 1957 through 1964, pamphlets, periodicals, essays, and other publications relating to the Atlanta public schools (1974-1990), and a diploma from...
Scope and Contents note The Jean Childs Young Papers document Young's work as an educator and advocate for children's rights, as well as her civic, church, and community service. Notable projects and involvement include the 1979 International Year of the Child, Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./ Families First, Children's Defense Fund, Atlanta Junior College (now Atlanta Metropolitan College), Atlanta Public Schools, the APEX Museum, and SciTrek, the Science and...
Scope and Contents note The NAACP Atlanta Branch Records document the administration and committee work of the organization. The collection comes primarily from Jondelle Johnson’s tenure as Executive Director from 1972-1985 and her leadership with the Special Projects Committee in the 1990s. Presidents represented in the collection include Samuel W. Williams, C. Miles Smith, Lonnie King, and Julian Bond. The collection spans nearly 40 years and documents the Branch’s activities and initiatives through legislation,...
Scope and Content Note The Selena Sloan Butler family papers document the family's personal, professional, and civic activities from 1886 to 1983 through correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, periodicals, scrapbooks, photographs, engravings, artifacts, programs, personal journals, notes, pamphlets and publications. The photographs and photo engravings portray the Butler family and other African American men, women and children in social settings, though information about the dates, names, and locations...
- Subject: African Americans--Education--Georgia--Atlanta X
- Apex Museum 1
- Atlanta Junior College 1
- Atlanta Public Schools 1
- Brooks family 1
- Brooks, Albert Irvin, 1908-1997 1
- Brooks, Belle Bishop, 1910-1988 1
- Butler family 1
- Butler, Henry Rutherford, 1862-1931 1
- Butler, Henry Rutherford, 1899-1988 1
- Butler, Selena S., 1872-1964 1
- Capital Avenue Elementary School (Atlanta, Ga.). 1
- Children's Defense Fund (U.S.) 1
- Clark University (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Cooper Street Elementary School (Atlanta, Ga.). 1
- Gammon Theological Seminary 1
- George family 1
- George, Claude Clarence, 1922- 1
- Hawk, DeLoys, 1933-1981 1
- Johnson family 1
- Johnson, Charmayne, 1953- 1
- Manchester College (North Manchester, Ind.) 1
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Atlanta Branch 1
- National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers 1
- SciTrek. 1
- Spelman College 1
- U.S. National Commission on the International Year of the Child, 1979 1
- UNICEF 1
- Young, Andrew, 1932- 1
- Young, Jean Childs 1 ∧ less