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 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Comic Book Collection

 Collection
Identifier: EPCB-116-01
Scope and Contents The Ephemera Comic Book Collection is a small collection of comic books ranging from 1950-1990. Most of these comic books are based on the lives and history of prominent African Americans such as Harriet Tubman, Matthew Henson, and Willie Mays.

Dr. Asa G. Yancey, Sr., M.D. papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl94-016
Overview The collection spans from 1938 to 2001, the bulk of which dates from ca. 1952 to 2001, and contains articles, programs, and other publications related to the medical career of Dr. Asa G. Yancey, his contributions to healthcare in Atlanta, and the history of African American healthcare workers including Dr. Charles R. Drew, under whom Yancey studied.

Dr. Robert (Bob) A. Holmes Papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl011-003
Scope and Contents The Dr. Robert A. Holmes Papers cover the years 1916 to 2018. The collection contains materials from his time in the Georgia legislature his consultations and his writings. Specific materials include; correspondence, awards, programs, published journals and essays, unpublished essays, handwritten and typed manuscripts, campaign materials, legislature, press releases, photographs and audio visual material.

Gordon-Jackson-McLester family papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl96-013
Overview The Gordon-Jackson-McLester family papers contains materials created or gathered by members of the Gordon, Jackson, or McLester families of Tuscaloosa, Alabama from the years 1850 through 1965, including photographs, correspondence, funeral notices, general documents, clippings, portraits, and books. The collection documents African American family life in Tuscaloosa, African American women's clubs, and African American business life.

Jessie Thelma Beasley Archer papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl94-019
Overview The collection, spanning 1934 to 1993 with the bulk from 1951 to 1986, consists of Jessie Thelma Beasley Archer's personal papers and documents her professional life at Morehouse College, involvement in various social, religious, and professional organizations including the Q-Ettes, the Professional Secretaries Club, and Professional Women of Atlanta, and several historically black colleges and universities including Spelman College, Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Tuskegee Institute,...

Lucille V. Hill papers

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Identifier: aarl95-019
Overview The Lucille V. Hill papers contains items from 1942 to 1994 created by or about Lucille V. Hill and her son, James A. Hill, Jr., of Oregon and includes invitations, certificates, newspaper articles, yearbooks of Tuskegee Institute, plaques, photographs, a scrapbook, event programs, videotapes and audiotapes, books, and artifacts, high school newsletters, political campaign materials, and photographs. The collection documents Lucille Hill's involvement in community development and the provision...

Marguerite F. Simon papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl95-009
Overview The papers consist of an assortment of periodicals including Life, Ebony, and New York magazine, books, sheet music, and news clippings. The sheet music dates from 1906 to 1932, and the articles, books, and newsclippings, dated from 1968 to 1985, treat Martin Luther King, Jr., Spelman College, Atlanta University, African American life, and history.

Sanford Henry Lee papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl96-001
Overview The collection covers the period between 1937 and 1971 and consists of certificates, plaques, news clippings, photographs, scrapbook, ephemera, and books pertaining to the life and career of Sanford H. Lee as an agricultural extension agent in Bibb County, Georgia.

William L. Calloway papers

 Collection
Identifier: aarl95-004
Overview The collection contains items from 1969 through 1991 including a photograph of William L. Calloway with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Georgia State Senator Leroy Johnson; an autographed copy of " The 'Sweet Auburn Avenue' Business History, 1900-1988"; a print by Tom Range of a young boy fishing in a paper cup; and a framed certificate presented to William L. Calloway.