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Overview The collection contains items from 1922 to 1956 including a daybook, two scrapbooks, a magazine, correspondence, a brief biography of Ann Cooper prepared for the Utopian Literary Club, photographs, and posters that document life in Atlanta's African American community and Ann N. Cooper and her husband, dentist Albert Berry Cooper in particular. |bOf particular note are the aviation scrapbook compiled by Albert Cooper containing information about African American pilots, a scrapbook compiled by...
Overview The collection, containing letters, newspaper clippings, a poster, photographs, certificates, and forms dated between 1903 and 1989, documents Clemons' professional life as a pharmacist in Tennessee and Florida as well as the faculty and students of Meharry Medical College, a medical school for African Americans, circa 1903.
Overview The collection consists of a photograph of Atlanta-based, African American educator Peyton Austin Allen as a principal with students in 1887, a poster of Negro Day at the Georgia State Fair, October 16, 1899, and newspaper clippings related to Allen's death in 1936.
Overview Records of the Phoenix Arts and Theatre Company, Inc. This collection contains correspondence, exhibition brochures and catalogs, invitations, interviews, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazines, features, biographical data, newsletters, photographs and posters documenting art related events, programs, awards, covering various events and programs locally and nationally. Additional materials include: Literary productions (reproductions) minutes, fliers, financial records and reports. The...
Scope and Contents The Auburn Avenue Research Library Poster Collection includes posters and historical reproductions which chronicle many events in African American History. The posters were produced primarily through offset and photomechanical printing methods with some hand done items. Some of the subjects covered are political campaigns, educational items, special events, lectures and plays and theatrical productions. Some feature original artwork or are autographed by prominent African Americans. The poster...
Overview The collection, spanning from 1956 to 1994, consists of works in print, written by and about T. M. Alexander, Sr., an audiocassette, photographs, plaques, posters, and correspondence covering his professional, political, civil rights, and community involvement. Of special note are the unpublished manuscript, The Montgomery Boycott: The King and I, an account of T.M. Alexander, Sr.'s role in the civil rights movement in Montgomery and Atlanta, and insurance...
- Subject: Posters X
- Alexander and Co. (Atlanta, Ga.). 1
- Alexander, T. M. (Theodore Martin) 1
- Allen, Peyton Austin, 1867-1963 1
- Atlanta Exposition. (1899) 1
- Clemons, Solomon C., d. 1949 1
- Cooper, Albert Berry, 1899-1967 1
- Cooper, Ann Louise Nixon, 1902- 1
- Davis, Griffith J., 1923-1993 1
- First Congregational Church (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Phoenix Arts and Theatre Company. 1
- Southeastern Fidelity Fire Insurance Co.. 1
- Walden University (Nashville, Tenn.). Meharry Medical Department 1 ∧ less