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Alexander Family Papers

UPT 50 A374

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Creator:
Alexander family.
Creator:
Alexander, Raymond Pace, 1898-1974
Creator:
Alexander, Sadie Tanner Mossell, 1898-1989
Creator:
Alexander, Virginia Margaret, 1900-1949
Creator:
Anderson, Elizabeth Mossell, -1975
Title:
Alexander Family Papers
Date [bulk]:
1925-1983
Date [inclusive]:
1817-2005
Call Number:
UPT 50 A374
Extent:
250 Cubic feet
Language:
English
ABSTRACT:
Raymond Pace Alexander (1897-1974) and Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander (1898-1989) were pioneers among African Americans in the legal profession and leaders in public affairs, politics, and government throughout the middle half of the twentieth century. Raymond Pace Alexander was a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1920 and from Harvard Law School in 1923. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander earned all three of her degrees (A.B. 1918, M.A. 1919, and Ph.D. 1921) from the University of Pennsylvania. The Alexander Papers constitute a highly significant resource for the social and political history of the city of Philadelphia and, in particular, for the history of the city's black professional and political elite, black civic organizations, and institutions concerned with race relations and civil rights.
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Biography/History

Raymond Pace Alexander (1897-1974) and Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander (1898-1989) were pioneers among African Americans in the legal profession and leaders in public affairs, politics, and government throughout the middle half of the twentieth century. Raymond Pace Alexander, lawyer, judge, civil rights leader, and civic leader, was born in Philadelphia into a large working class family. His mother died shortly after the birth of his youngest sibling, and as a result Raymond was self-supporting from the age of twelve. He graduate from Central High School in 1917, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1920, and from Harvard Law School in 1923. Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1923, Alexander specialized in criminal law and worked in the firm of John R.K. Scott. He married Sadie Tanner Mossell in November of 1923. From 1949 to 1951 he was active in the Clark-Dilworth reform democratic movement, supporting the Home Rule Charter for Philadelphia. In 1951 he won election to City Council and was re-elected in 1955. In January of 1959 he was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Court of Common Pleas, No. 4 and was elected to a ten year term the following November. From 1970 until his death in 1974 he served as Senior Judge.

Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander, lawyer, civil rights leader, and civic leader was born in Philadelphia into a well known upper, middle-class family. Sadie graduated from M Street High School in Washington, D.C. in 1916, from the University of Pennsylvania with her A.B. in 1918, her M.A. in 1919, and her Ph.D. in 1921. After working as an assistant actuary for the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, she returned to Philadelphia in 1923 and married Raymond Pace Alexander. In 1927 she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, the first African American woman to do so at the University. Continuing in her succession of firsts, she was the first African American woman to practice law in Pennsylvania. Sadie joined in practice with Raymond Alexander and specialized in estate and family law. She served as Secretary to the National Bar Association; she also served on Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, the committee responsible for producing the planning document entitled, To Secure These Rights. Sadie worked on local civil rights assignments, notably as chair of the committee responsible for the formation of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations of the Home Rule Charter. Her national stature was recognized when President Jimmy Carter appointed her chair of the White House Conference on Aging in 1978; she was removed from this committee by Ronald Reagan in 1981. Sadie and Raymond had two children, Rae Pace and Mary Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Mossell Anderson, Sadie's elder sister, served as Dean of Women at Virginia State College and later at Wilburforce University, Ohio. Upon her retirement in 1964, she came to live with the Alexanders in Philadelphia, residing with them until her death in 1975.

Virginia Margaret Alexander, Raymond's younger sister, became close friends with Sadie while attending the University of Pennsylvania as an undergraduate. She later attended the Medical College of Pennsylvania and practiced medicine there, specializing in gynecology, until her death in 1949.

ARRANGEMENT

The Alexander Papers are organized in five record groups: I. Raymond Pace Alexander II. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander III. Raymond and Sadie Alexander joint papers IV. Elizabeth Mossell Anderson and V. Virginia Margaret Alexander.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Thomas G. Potterfield, Maureen B. Spectre, and Theresa R. Snyder, assisted by Susan M. Jenkins

Access Restrictions

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Centers.

PROVENANCE

Gift of the Alexander family, 1987.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • African Methodist Episcopal Church. -- Form subdivision--Trials, litigation, etc.;
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
  • Girard College. -- Form subdivision--Trials, litigation, etc.;
  • International Conference of Social Work.
  • Mount Lawn Cemetery (Sharon Hill, Pa.).
  • National Bar Association.
  • Philadelphia Fellowship Commission.
  • Sigma Pi Phi.
  • United States. President's Committee on Civil Rights.
  • White House Conference on Aging.
  • World Peace Through Law Center.
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--History.
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--Politics and government--1865-
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--Social life and customs.
Occupation(s)
  • African American judges--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African American lawyers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Women lawyers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Women physicians--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
Personal Name(s)
  • Alexander-Minter, Rae, 1937-
  • Brown, Mary Elizabeth Alexander, 1934-
  • Tanner, Benj. T., (Benjamin Tucker), 1835-1923
  • Tanner, Henry Ossawa, 1859-1937
Subject(s)
  • African American women--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Civil rights--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--History--1877-1964.--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • African Americans--History--1964---Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • African Americans--Professional education--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Segregation--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • African Americans--Social life and customs.--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • Attorney and client--United States.
  • Practice of law--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Trenton Six Trial, Trenton, N.J., 1948-1951.

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Collection Inventory

UPT 50 A374R.  Raymond Pace Alexander Record Group, 1880-1975. 117 Cubic feet.
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

A native Philadelphian, he was born in 1897 into a large working class family. His mother died shortly after the birth of his youngest sibling, and Raymond was self-supporting from the age of twelve. He graduated from Central High School in 1917; entered the University of Pennsylvania in the fall of 1917; graduated from the Wharton School in 1920 and from Harvard Law School in June 1923.

He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and entered practice in August 1923, specializing in criminal law. He began his career in the office of John R.K. Scott, a successful trial lawyer. In November, 1923, he married Sadie Tanner Mossell. Mrs. Alexander joined her husband's practice after she obtained her law degree in 1927. In the late 'twenties, Raymond established his own offices in rented quarters on Chestnut Street, remaining there until 1935, when he moved into the new building he had built at 1900 Chestnut Street in Center City. Between 1924 and 1950, he served as an advocate in a number of important civil cases involving issues of racial discrimination and segregation in public accommodations. He was also a defense attorney in numerous criminal cases, many of which involved a racial aspect or civil rights issue. Some of his cases were highly sensational and his success in litigation brought him a great deal of publicity.

From 1949 to 1951, he was active in the Clark- Dilworth reform democratic movement, supporting the Home Rule Charter for Philadelphia. In 1951, he won election to City Council under the new charter. He was re-elected to Council in 1955. From 1952 to 1956, he chaired the Committee on Recreation, and from 1956 to 1959, the Committee on Public Property and Public Works. In January, 1959, he was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Court of Common Pleas No. 4 by Governor George M. Leader. He was elected to a full ten-year term on the Court in the following November. After his term expired in 1970, he continued in the capacity of Senior Judge until his death in 1974.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

RPA I: Biographical and Autobiographical. (5 cu. ft. and oversized items.) The first two subseries include a number of articles and resumes which review RPA's career, including important cases (see, in particular, "A Short Summary of the Life and Activities of Raymond Pace Alexander"[1966]). A third subseries provides documentation of RPA's international travels (1931- 1973). The bulk of the series (over 4 cu. ft.) consists of boxed clippings and other scrapbook material (bulk dates 1959, 1973-5). In addition, there are a number of oversized scrapbooks (1917-70 with gaps).

RPA II: Personal Correspondence. (3 cu. ft.) Correspondence with STMA (mostly mid-1950s), other family members (1940s-60s), and J. Turner Layton, who was probably RPA's closest friend (1940-70), make up about 1 cu. ft. The remainder of the series is made up of miscellaneous and unsorted correspondence (1 cu. ft.; 1935-74) and greeting cards (1 cu. ft.; late 1930s- 74).

RPA III: General Correspondence. (8 cu. ft.; 1935-74.) Primarily miscellaneous and unsorted correspondence. The series includes some correspondence with family members and papers pertaining to professional and civic activities; a preliminary cross-referencing of this material has been provided. The material is arranged in preliminary chronological order without subseries divisions. At the end of the series are several folders of condolences received by the family after RPA's death.

RPA IV: Professional Correspondence. (2 cu. ft.; 1935-70.) Primarily material pertaining to RPA's management of his professional and political career, including his early efforts to secure a judicial appointment (1937 and 1949-52) and his campaigns for City Council (1951) and the Court of Common Pleas (1959), and his retirement from the bench and continuation as Senior Judge (1969-70). The series also contains papers pertaining to clerkships and masterships in the law and various other activities related to the legal profession but not directly related to RPA's practice, his position on the bench, or his membership in professional organizations.

RPA V: Financial Records. (6 cu. ft.; 1926-76.) Primarily material pertaining to personal finances as opposed to those of the law practice, which are housed in RPA VII.C and D. Miscellaneous records (brokerage statements, mixed receipts, bank statements and canceled checks, tax returns, insurance, and expenditures for the children), together with a number of general ledgers, account for a little over 3 cu. ft. The years between about 1940 and 1974 appear to be covered fairly well, with some records going back as early as 1926. The series also contains records pertaining to Skywater Farm, the Alexanders' country home near Coatesville (1944-1962; approx. 2/3 cu. ft.); 1900 Chestnut Street, the building built by RPA which his office were located after 1935, when it was completed (1934-1972; 1/2 cu. ft.); miscellaneous real estate, mostly mortgages and investment property (1926-59; 1/2 cu. ft.); and wills, estate, and trust (1960-1983, bulk dates 1974-76; 1/2 cu. ft.)

RPA VI: Education. (1/2 cu. ft.; 1917-74.) Material pertaining to Central High School, the University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard Law School. The bulk of the series pertains to Harvard Law School. A few items date from RPA's years as a student; the bulk of the series pertains to RPA's activities as an alumnus, in particular, to contributions, fundraising, and reunions. The series also includes a number of articles by and about RPA published in the alumni journals of his alma maters.

RPA VII: Law Practice and Related Professional Papers. (6 cu. ft.) The bulk of the series is made up of financial records (2 cu. ft.; 1926-74; bulk dates 1935-59) and office diaries, appointment books, message books, and the like (4 cu. ft.; 1924-52). The series contains a number of summary records (internal memoranda, dockets, ledgers, etc.) that may be useful in gaining an overview of the history of the practice (see also RPA I).

RPA VIII: Legal Issues and Actions. (30 cu. ft.; bulk dates 1940-58.) This is the largest series in the collection. Almost half its bulk is in the miscellaneous category (a few folders at most per client). The most significant cases represented here are the Girard College case (4 1/2 cu. ft.; bulk dates 1942-67), which led to the desegregation of a privately endowed free school for white orphan boys; and the Trenton Six case (3 cu.; 1948- 51), in which six black men stood trial for five and a half months in what was then the longest murder trial in American history. The AME Bishops case (1 1/2 cu. ft.; bulk dates 1946-47) involved the ouster of an AME Bishop by certain of his colleagues. Pearl and Benjamin Mason (approx. 3 2/3 cu. ft.; 1939-71) were Irish Sweepstakes winners who, under RPA's management, financed mortgages and built the Frances Plaza Apartments, a pioneering privately-financed low-income housing project, at 20th and Lombard Streets. Rose Carina 1/4 cu. ft.; 1939-40) was the "Arsenic Widow" whom RPA successfully defended in a sensational trial involving a murder- by-contract racket. Other clients represented in individual subseries include RPA's close friend, the popular songwriter J. Turner Layton 1/4 cu. ft.; 1939-60), and STMA's uncle, the painter Henry O. Tanner (less than 1 cu. ft.; 1924-29, 1937).

RPA IX: City Council. (6 cu. ft.; 1952-59.) Contains a large number of subseries pertaining to a variety of specific issues. The largest cluster of subseries relates to the business of the Committee on Recreation, which RPA chaired from 1952 to 1956 (approx. 2 cu. ft.). A number of other subseries(incinerator; municipal facilities; transportation; zoning, planning, and development) probably relate to the Committee on Public Property and Public Works, which RPA chaired from 1956 to 1959.

RPA X: Court of Common Pleas. (10 cu. ft.; 1959-74.) The major part of this series (6 cu. ft.) consists of records and papers relating to judicial issues and actions; the remainder is made up primarily of administrative papers and financial records (2 cu. ft.) and message books and office diaries (3 cu. ft.). The most significant of the issues and actions files are the grand juries of 1961-62 dealing with the City Hall payola scandals, and the Community Legal Services case (1966-67), a landmark case in establishing government- supported legal services for the poor.

RPA XI: Other Government Service. (3 cu. ft.; 1944-68.) RPA was named Honorary Consul of Haiti in Philadelphia in 1946 and represented Haiti in the settlement of its war debt and in other litigation. The papers relating to the Haitian Consulate (2/3 cu. ft.; 1946-56) consists primarily of correspondence, with some clippings and ephemera. In 1949-50, RPA was sent to Germany by the Department of Defense to report on the situation of black soldiers in the occupation forces. He reported again on blacks in the armed forces in 1963 (3 folders). During the 1960s, he made several international goodwill tours (of Scandinavia [1963], India and Southeast Asia [1965], Vietnam [1966], and the Middle East [1968] under the auspices of the State Department (approximately 1 1/2 cu. ft, more than half of which relates to the Middle East tour).

RPA XII: Legal Organizations. (6 cu. ft.; 1929-73.) RPA was active in World Peace through Law (3 1/2 cu. ft.) from 1963 until 1973. The WPTL subseries contains primarily material pertaining to the several WPTL international conferences RPA attended during these years. About half the WPTL papers relate to the 1973 conference in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, when RPA was active in organizing the International Legal Education Section. RPA's papers relating to the National Bar Association (2 cu. ft.; 1929-74 but dropping in bulk after 1943 and showing gaps and clumps thereafter) should be of considerable historical interest. The NBA was the black parallel organization to the American Bar Association, which did not admit blacks until 1952. RPA served the NBA as its president from 1930 to 1934. He was also co-founder of the National Bar Journal and its associate editor for four years (ca. 1936). A smaller subseries devoted to the American Bar Association (12 folders) includes correspondence relating to the ABA's rejection of RPA's application for membership in 1947 and leading to his eventual admission (ca. 1952).

RPA XIII: Civic Organizations. (4 2/3 cu. ft.) RPA belonged to and took a more or less active interest in a large number of civic organizations. This series is composed of sixteen subseries devoted to individual organizations (3 2/3 cu. ft.) and one miscellaneous subseries (1 cu. ft.). Most of the organizations RPA was most active in were exclusively black. A number of them, such as the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, were primarily concerned with promoting awareness of the cultural heritage of African-Americans. To single out one other organization, the papers relating to the Philadelphia Cotillion Society should be of interest to researchers interested in the social world of the black elite.

RPA XIV: Clubs and Social Groups. (2 2/3 cu. ft.) One subseries dominates this series -- that of Sigma Pi Phi fraternity, Alpha Boule. RPA at one time served as National Vice President of Sigma Pi Phi (n.d.). He also held an annual summer entertainment for the Alpha Boule at Skywater [1945-57]. See RPA XVIII for photographs. RPA was also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, perhaps the most prestigious black fraternal organization.

RPA XV: Writings, Publications, and Speeches. (5 1/2 cu. ft.; 1923-73.) The inventory for this series itemizes a large number of individual writings and speeches, including many published articles. A number of folders containing source materials are also interfiled here, in keeping with RPA's practice. The series is arranged in chronological order without subseries divisions.

RPA XVI: Certificates, Honors, and Awards. (3 1/2 cu. ft. and additional oversized objects; 1912-75; initial bulk date 1950.) Diplomas and law credentials (1912-47); citations, awards and testimonials with related papers (approx. 2/3 cu. ft.; 1939-1975); plaques, trophies, and presentation flatware (3 cu. ft.; 1932-75). Among the most significant honors awarded to RPA was the testimonial banquet given in his honor by the John M. Langston Law Club and the Barristers Law Club in 1951.

RPA XVII: Memorabilia and Regalia. (1 cu. ft.) Lodge regalia (n.d.), judicial regalia and accouterments (1959 and after), and other memorabilia.

RPA XVIII: Audio-Visual Material. (7 cu. ft.; ca. 1880-1974.) The Alexander Papers include a large number of photographic prints, color transparencies, and 16 mm film. Many items were found undated and unlabelled. An effort has been made to identify and date this material as specifically as possible. The subseries are arranged in preliminary chronological order. There are many good portraits and occasional scenes (many of them taken professionally), as well as candid and posed snapshots, among the photographs.

RPA XIX: Family and Genealogy. (1 cu. ft.) Papers relating to various members of the Alexander family.

RPA XX: Books, Journals and Magazines. (5 cu. ft.) Material pertaining to RPA's alma maters, the legal profession, and African-American history and affairs, including 27 issues of the Journal of Negro History.

I. BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL.

A. Biographical Writings.
Box Folder

Re offices at 1900 Chestnut (article in The Brown American, and ms.), 1936.

1 1

"A Brief Sketch of the Life of Raymond Pace Alexander," ca.1937.

1 2

"A Philadelphia Lawyer" by G. J. Fleming, 1939.

1 3

Ms. for "A Philadelphia Lawyer," [1939].

1 4

Short biographical sketches and resumes prepared by or for RPA, ca.1946.

1 5

Assorted newspaper and magazine articles, 1954-1957.

1 6

Biographical sketch, [1959].

1 7

"A Short Summary of the Life and Activities of Raymond Pace Alexander," 1966.

1 8

"The Judges of Our Courts: Raymond Pace, Alexander" and correspondence with H.T. Dolan, 1966.

1 9

Time article re Community Legal Services Case, 1966.

1 10

Biographical sketches and resumes prepared by or for RPA, 1972.

1 11

Obituaries, 1974.

1 12

Memorial service, Court of Common Pleas, 1975.

1 13
B. Autobiographical Writings and Related Material.
Box Folder

"A Short Ms.: A Short Biographical Survey ..., " n. d., Biographical Survey ..., " n.d.

1 14

Untitled article re legal education and formative influences in the law, nod.

1 15

Response to inquiry re biography (fragment), 1946.

1 16

"Days of Glory" Central High School Alumni Journal, 1953.

1 17

Application for judicial appointment, 1958.

1 18

State Department biography, 1963.

1 19

Curriculum vitae and letters re National Cyclopedia of American Biography 1965.

1 20

Responses to inquiries re biography, 1971.

1 21
C. Travel.
Travel Diaries.
Box Folder

Russia, Finland, London, Germany, 1931.

1 22a

Cruise to South America and West Indies, 1933.

1 22b
Box Folder

Havana, Cuba; Haiti, 1938, 1946,1954.

1 23

Mexico (bullfight tickets), [1948].

1 24

Passenger list, S.S. Argentina, 1953.

1 25

Trip to Uruguay (Cook's), 1953.

1 26

Trip to Germany (Rotterdam and Hamburg), 1954.

1 27

Brochures and ephemera, 1954.

1 28

South America, 1957.

1 29

South America (letters of introduction), 1957.

1 30

Europe (itineraries, tickets, receipts), 1958.

1 31

Passports and vaccination certificates, 1958-1973.

1 32

St. Thomas and San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1959 July.

1 33

Jamaica (receipts), 1960.

1 34

Japan (booklet about the National Diet), 1960.

1 35

Maps of the far east (unopened package from the U.S. Army Map Service) 1960.

OS

Mediterranean Cruise (S.S. Constitution), 1961.

1 36

Mediterranean Cruise (S.S. Constitution), 1961.

1 37

Europe and Great Britain, 1961.

1 38

Re travel arrangements for Rae's wedding, 1961.

1 39

Mediterranean Cruise (S.S. Constitution), 1964.

1 40

Phoenix (Mary Elizabeth and Melvin Brown), 1965.

1 41

Southeast Asia and Middle East, 1965, 1968.

1 42

Bermuda, 1966 December.

1 43

Africa (World Peace through Law), 1973.

1 44
D. Appointment Books and Directories.
Box Folder

Appointment books (6), 1948-1971.

1 45

Directories (3), n.d.

1 46
E. Birth Certificates and Passports.
Box Folder

49a. Wallet Cards, 1935-1945.

1 49

Birth Certificate, 1897/1930.

1 47

Passports, 1930-1954.

1 48

Correspondence re passports, 1952-1953.

1 49
F. Medical Records.
Box Folder

Electrocardiogram,1939.

1 50
G. Scrapbooks and Scrapbook Material.
Box Folder

Scrapbook, 1917-1921.

1 51

Scrapbook (legal career), 1923-1933.

OS 26

Scrapbook (legal career and social life), 1926, 1935-1945.

OS 4

Scrapbook (legal career, building at 1900 Chestnut Street), 1931-1936.

OS 5

Scrapbook (legal career, Corrine Sykes case; also current affairs), 1948.

OS 10

Scrapbook (City Council), 1955-1958.

OS 13

Scrapbook (City Council), 1955-1958.

OS 14

Scrapbook (RPA as judge), 1958-1966.

OS 16

Scrapbook (politics, law), 1960-1973.

OS 17

Scrapbook (RPA as judge, committees, honors, law), 1967-1970.

OS 18

Clippings re Benjamin and Pearl Mason, 1939.

2 1

Clippings re the Trenton Six, 1951.

2 2

Clippings re Spiritual Rehabilitation program, 1959.

2 3

Clipping re RPA bid for election to bench, 1959.

2 4

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 5

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 6

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 7

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 8

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 9

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 10

Scrapbook material, 1959.

2 11

Scrapbook material (clippings), 1973-1974.

2 12

Scrapbook material, 1974.

2 13

Scrapbook material, 1974.

2 14

Newspaper clippings re death of RPA, 1975.

2 15

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 16

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 17

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 18

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 19

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 20

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 21

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 22

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 23

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 24

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 25

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

2 26

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 1

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 2

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 3

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 4

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 5

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 6

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 7

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 8

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 9

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 10

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 11

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 12

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 13

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 14

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 15

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 16

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 17

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 18

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 19

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

3 20

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 1

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 2

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 3

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 4

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 5

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 6

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 7

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 8

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 9

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 10

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 11

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 12

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 13

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

4 14

Mixed/unsorted clippings.

5

II. PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE.

A. Family.
Box Folder

STMA to RPA, 1921.

6 1

STMA to RPA, 1951-1952.

6 2

STMA to RPA, 1954-1955.

6 3

STMA to RPA re Rap's plans to form partnership, 1956.

6 4

STMA to RPA, 1958-1962.

6 5

STMA to RPA in Middle East (also from Gussie Geezer), 1968.

6 6

With Mary Elizabeth Alexander, 1946-1950.

6 7

With Mary Elizabeth Alexander and family, 1958-1974.

6 8

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1948-1955.

6 9

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1959-1960.

6 10

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1961-1962.

6 11

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1962-1964.

6 12

With and re Rae Pace Alexander, 1968-1974.

6 13

With Irene A. and Roosevelt Jackson, 1949-1951.

6 14

With Irene A. and Roosevelt Jackson, 1952.

6 15

With Irene A. and Roosevelt Jackson, 1952-1953.

6 16

With Irene A. and Roosevelt Jackson, 1953-1956.

6 17

With Irene A. and Roosevelt Jackson, 1958-1971.

6 18

To Schley Alexander, 1951 January.

6 19

Condolences re death of Schley A., 1974.

6 20

From EMA, 1954.

6 21

To EMA re her retirement and move to 700 West view, 1964.

6 22

With and re other relatives (re letters of reference and other help), 1961-1962.

6 23

From other relatives, 1970s.

6 24
B. General.
Box Folder

Re J. Turner Layton (scrapbook material), 1928-1934.

6 25

With J. Turner Layton, 1940.

6 26

With J. Turner Layton, 1952-1965.

6 27

With J. Turner Layton, 1966-1967.

6 28

With J. Turner Layton, 1967.

6 29

With J. Turner Layton, 1968.

6 30

With J. Turner Layton, 1969-1970.

6 31

To Sally Bishop (ref. Turner Layton), 1967.

6 32

With Denis Murphy (ref. Turner Layton), 1968-1974.

6 33

With Henry Spielberg (ref. Turner Layton), 1970-1974.

6 34

Unsorted, n.d.

7 1

Unsorted, 1935.

7 2

Unsorted, 1939-1940.

7 3

Unsorted, 1941.

7 4

From Father Divine, 1945.

7 5

Unsorted, 1945-1947.

7 6

Unsorted, 1948-1950.

7 7

Unsorted, 1951.

7 8

Unsorted, 1953.

7 9

Unsorted, 1953.

7 10

To John Turner, 1954-1955.

7 11

Unsorted, 1954-1955.

7 12

Unsorted, 1956.

7 13

Unsorted, 1957.

7 14

Unsorted, 1958.

7 15

With Veronica Malone (in Virgin Islands - housekeeper), 1959 November.

7 16

Unsorted, 1959-1960.

7 17

Unsorted, 1961.

7 18

Following SS Independence Caribbean Cruise, 1962.

7 19

To Rev. Leon Sullivan of Zion Baptist Church (RPA autobiographical account), 1962.

7 20

Unsorted, 1962-1965.

7 21

Unsorted, 1966-1967.

7 22

To James A. Lipton, 1967-1968.

7 23

Unsorted, 1968-1971.

7 24

Anonymous love letters, 1971.

7 25

Unsorted, 1972-1983.

7 26

Re RPA's 50th year at the bar, 1973.

7 27
C. Greeting Cards and Occasional Messages.
Box Folder

Unsorted, n.d.

8 1

Unsorted, n.d.

8 2

Unsorted, 1930s.

8 3

Unsorted, 1948-1949.

8 4

Unsorted, 1950s.

8 5

Birthday, 1953.

8 6

Unsorted, 1955.

8 7

Birthday, 1957-1959.

8 8

Sympathy cards (death of Irene A. Jackson), 1964.

8 9

Sympathy cards (death of Irene A. Jackson), 1964.

8 10

Sympathy cards (death of Irene A. Jackson), 1964.

8 11

Birthday, 1964.

8 12

Birthday, Father's Day, Get Well, 1966.

8 13

From STMA, Mary Elizabeth, and Rae Pace, 1968.

8 14

Unsorted, 1968-1969.

8 15

Unsorted, 1970-1971.

8 16

Birthday, 1972.

8 17

Unsorted, 1973.

8 18

Sympathy cards (death of Schley Pace Alexander), 1974.

8 19

Sympathy cards (death of Schley Pace Alexander), 1974.

8 20

Unsorted, 1974.

8 21

III. GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE.

Box Folder

Unsorted, 1932-1934.

9 1

Unsorted, 1935.

9 2

Unsorted, 1935.

9 3

Unsorted, 1935.

9 4

Unsorted, 1936.

9 5

Unsorted, 1936.

9 6

Unsorted, 1936.

9 7

Unsorted, 1936.

9 8

Unsorted, 1937.

9 9

Unsorted, 1937.

9 10

Unsorted, 1938.

9 11

Unsorted, 1939.

9 12

Unsorted, 1939.

9 13

Unsorted, 1940.

9 14

Willie for President, 1940.

9 15

Application for admission to the bar, 1941.

9 16

Unsorted, 1941.

9 17

Re military service, 1942.

9 18

Unsorted, 1942.

9 19

Unsorted, 1942.

9 20

Unsorted, 1942.

9 21

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1943-1944.

9 22

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 23

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 24

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 25

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 26

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 27

Hobson R. Reynolds Testimonial Dinner, 1944.

9 28

Re purchase of Sky water, 1944.

9 29

To and from J. F. Wilson re the Lorraine Hotel, (ref. Schley Pace Alexander) 1945.

10 1

Unsorted, 1945-1946.

10 2

Unsorted, 1947.

10 3

Unsorted, 1947.

10 4

Unsorted, 1948.

10 5

Unsorted, 1948.

10 6

Unsorted, 1948.

10 7

Unsorted, 1948.

10 8

Unsorted, 1949.

10 9

Unsorted, 1949.

10 10

Unsorted, 1950.

10 11

Unsorted, 1950.

10 12

Congratulations on election to City Council, 1951.

10 13

Congratulations on election to City Council, 1951.

10 14

Congratulations and regrets re: testimonial dinner (telegrams), 1951.

10 15

Unsorted, 1951.

10 16

Unsorted, 1951.

10 17

Unsorted, 1951.

10 18

Unsorted, 1951.

10 19

Unsorted, 1951.

10 20

Invitations, 1951.

10 21

Invitations, 1952.

10 22

Unsorted, 1952.

10 23

Unsorted, 1952.

10 24

Unsorted, 1952.

10 25

Unsorted, 1952.

10 26

Hate mail, 1953.

10 27

With Philadelphia Museum of Art re exhibition of works of Henry O. Tanner 1953.

10 28

Unsorted, 1953.

11 1

Unsorted, 1953.

11 2

Hate mail, 1954.

11 3

Invitations to speak, 1954.

11 4

Invitations to speak, 1954.

11 5

Unsorted, 1954.

11 6

Unsorted, 1954.

11 7

Unsorted, 1954.

11 8

Unsorted, 1954.

11 9

Re Boyer (cousins) v. Ritter Bros., 1955.

11 10

Invitations to speak, 1955.

11 11

Unsorted, 1955.

11 12

Unsorted, 1955.

11 13

Invitations, 1956.

11 14

Unsorted, 1956.

11 15

Hate mail, 1956.

11 16

Congratulations re Girard College case, 1957.

11 17

Hate mail, 1957.

11 18

Hate mail, 1957.

11 19

Hate mail, 1957.

11 20

Unsorted, 1957.

11 21

Unsorted, 1957.

11 22

Hate mail, 1958.

11 23

Unsorted, 1958.

11 24

Unsorted, 1958.

11 25

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court Bench election), 1959.

11 26

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court Bench election), 1959.

11 27

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 1

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 2

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 3

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 4

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 5

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 6

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 7

Congratulations (Common Pleas Court bench election), 1959.

12 8

Congratulations from John F. Kennedy, (Common Pleas Court bench election) 1959.

12 9

Hate mail, 1959.

12 10

Invitations, 1959.

12 11

Re Cotillion Society and Kappa Alpha Phi, 1959.

12 12

Re Veronica Malone, 1959.

12 13

Re NAACP/TWA job referrals, 1959.

12 14

Unsorted, 1959.

12 15

Unsorted, 1959.

12 16

Unsorted, 1959.

12 17

Hate mail, 1960.

12 18

Re trip to Japan and Hong Kong, 1960.

12 19

Invitations, 1960.

12 20

From John F. Kennedy, 1960.

12 21

With Lutheran World Service re photos of Colon, (Hong Kong) 1960.

12 22

Re Veronica Malone, 1960.

12 23

Resumes and letters of reference, 1960.

12 24

Unsorted, 1960.

12 25

Unsorted, 1960.

12 26

Re RPA's decision in Hamilton Petition case (Grand, Jury Investigation), 1961.

12 27

Re RPA's decision in Hamilton Petition case (Grand, Jury Investigation), 1961.

12 28

Hate mail, 1961.

13 1

Invitations, 1961.

13 2

Re Veronica Malone, 1961.

13 3

With University of Pennsylvania and Howard University (STMA), 1961.

13 4

Resumes and letters of reference, 1961.

13 5

Re Sunoco boycott, 1961.

13 6

Unsorted, 1961.

13 7

Unsorted, 1961.

13 8

Re Allen King Cooper (support for a young black musician), 1962.

13 9

Hate mail, 1962.

13 10

Invitations, 1962.

13 11

Resumes and letters of reference, 1962.

13 12

Unsorted, 1962.

13 13

Re Allen King Cooper (support for a young black musician), 1963.

13 14

Hate mail, 1963.

13 15

Invitations, 1963.

13 16

Re Veronica Malone, 1963.

13 17

Resumes and letters of reference, 1963.

13 18

Unsorted, 1963.

13 19

Unsorted, 1963.

13 20

Re Allen King Cooper (support for a young black musician), 1964.

13 21

Hate mail, 1964.

13 22

Invitations, 1964.

13 23

With Mrs. John F. Kennedy, 1964.

13 24

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1964.

13 25

With B. and L. Staley, 1964.

13 26

Unsorted, 1964.

13 27

Unsorted, 1964.

13 28

Unsorted, 1964.

13 29

Unsorted, 1964.

13 30

Hate mail, 1965.

13 31

Invitations, 1965.

13 32

With B. and L. Staley, 1965.

13 33

Unsorted, 1965.

13 34

Unsorted, 1965.

13 35

Unsorted, 1965.

13 36

Unsorted, 1965.

13 37

Hate mail, 1966.

13 38

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1966.

13 39

Unsorted, 1966.

13 40

Unsorted, 1966.

13 41

Unsorted, 1966.

13 42

Re United Nations, 1967.

14 1

Unsorted, 1967.

14 2

Unsorted, 1967.

14 3

Coretta Scott King, 1968.

14 4

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1968.

14 5

With and re Richard M. Nixon re government appointments, 1968.

14 6

Resumes and letters of reference, 1968.

14 7

Jay Victor (ed., American Labor), 1968.

14 8

Unsorted, 1968.

14 9

Unsorted, 1968.

14 10

Amsted Research Center/Clifton H. Johnson, 1969.

14 11

To E. Z. Dimmit, 1969.

14 12

Hate mail, 1969.

14 13

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1969.

14 14

Resumes and letters of reference, 1969.

14 15

From L. Tinsley re his request for a bank loan, 1969.

14 16

To Randolph Wise, 1969.

14 17

Unsorted, 1969.

14 18

Unsorted, 1969.

14 19

Amsted Research Center/Clifton H. Johnson, 1970.

14 20

Hate mail, 1970.

14 21

Martin Luther King, 1970.

14 22

Resumes and letters of reference, 1970.

14 23

From RPA re Earl Warren, 1970.

14 24

Unsorted, 1970.

14 25

Unsorted, 1970.

14 26

Unsorted, 1970.

14 27

Unsorted, 1970.

14 28

Amsted Research Center/Clifton H. Johnson, 1971.

14 29

From Mary Alice Duffy (article about abortion on demand), 1971.

14 30

Martin Luther King, 1971.

14 31

Resumes and letters of reference, 1971.

14 32

Earl Warren, 1971.

14 33

World Peace Through Law, 1971.

14 34

Unsorted, 1971.

14 35

Unsorted, 1971.

14 36

Unsorted, 1971.

14 37

Unsorted, 1971.

14 38

Unsorted, 1971.

14 39

Unsorted, 1971.

15 1

Unsorted, 1971.

15 2

Unsorted, 1971.

15 3

Unsorted, 1971.

15 4

Unsorted, 1971.

15 5

Unsorted, 1971.

15 6

Unsorted, 1971.

15 7

Unsorted, 1971.

15 8

Amsted Research Center/Clifton H. Johnson, 1972.

15 9

Helen O. Dickens re University of Washington Admissions Policy, 1972.

15 10

Kasha Gebredikian (Ethiopian Student seeking admission to Lincoln University), 1972.

15 11

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1972.

15 12

Re recommendation for Tyrone Reed to Cornell, 1972.

15 13

Resumes and letters of reference, 1972.

15 14

Unsorted, 1972.

15 15

Unsorted, 1972.

15 16

Unsorted, 1972.

15 17

Unsorted, 1972.

15 18

Amsted Research Center/Clifton H. Johnson, 1973.

15 19

Black Enterprise magazine, 1973.

15 20

Martin Luther King and SCLC, 1973.

15 21

With H. Meyer re publication of book, 1973.

15 22

Resumes and letters of reference, 1973.

15 23

Unsorted, 1973.

15 24

Unsorted, 1973.

15 25

Unsorted, 1973.

15 26

Unsorted, 1973.

15 27

Unsorted, 1973.

15 28

Unsorted, 1973.

15 29

Unsorted, 1973.

15 30

Re Rap's death, 1974.

15 31

Re Rap's death, 1974.

15 32

From Don King re Foreman v. Ali, 1974.

15 33

Martin Luther King, 1974.

15 34

With H. Meyer re publication of book, 1974.

15 35

Resumes and letters of reference, 1974.

15 36

Unsorted, 1974.

16 1

Unsorted, 1974.

16 2

Unsorted, 1974.

16 3

Unsorted, 1974.

16 4

Unsorted, 1974.

16 5

Unsorted, 1974.

16 6

Unsorted, 1974.

16 7

Unsorted, 1974.

16 8

Unsorted, 1974.

16 9

Unsorted, 1974.

16 10

Unsorted, 1974.

16 11

Unsorted, 1974.

16 12

Unsorted, 1974.

16 13

Unsorted, 1974.

16 14

Unsorted, 1974.

16 15

Unsorted, 1974.

16 16

Re Rap's death, 1974.

16 17

Re Rap's death, 1974.

16 18

Re Rap's death, 1974.

16 19

IV. PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE.

Box Folder

Announcement of move to 1900 Chestnut, 1935.

17 1

Correspondence re judicial appointment, 1937.

17 2

Correspondence re judicial appointment, 1937.

17 3

Re preceptorship of the County Board of Law Examiners, with, letter re Rap's legal training, associates, and those for whom he acted as proctor, 1938-1939.

17 4

Law students, 1946-1947.

17 5

Re federal bench, 1948.

17 6

Re federal bench, 1948.

17 7

Re federal bench, 1949.

17 8

Re federal bench, 1949.

17 9

Re federal bench, 1949.

17 10

Re federal bench, 1949.

17 11

Re federal bench, 1949.

17 12

Law students, 1949.

17 13

Re federal bench, 1950.

17 14

Law students, 1950.

17 15

City council nomination, 1951.

17 16

City council nomination, 1951.

17 17

Re federal bench, 1951.

17 18

Law students, 1951.

17 19

City council election, 1952.

17 20

Federal bench, 1952.

17 21

Law students, 1952.

17 22

City council election, 1953.

17 23

Law students, 1953.

17 24

City council election, 1954.

17 25

Law students, 1954.

17 26

City council election, 1955.

18 1

Congratulations on election, 1955.

18 2

Law students, 1955.

18 3

City council election, 1956.

18 4

Law students, 1956.

18 5

Law students, 1957.

18 6

City council election, 1958.

18 7

Campaign for election to bench, 1959.

18 8

Campaign for election to bench, 1959.

18 9

Democrat campaigns, 1960.

18 10

Democrat campaigns, 1961.

18 11

Law students, 1961.

18 12

U.S. District Court applications, 1962.

18 13

Law students, 1962.

18 14

Democrat campaigns, 1962-1963.

18 15

Law students, 1963.

18 16

Masterships, 1963.

18 17

Democrat campaigns, 1964.

18 18

Law students, 1964.

18 19

Masterships, 1964.

18 20

Masterships, 1965.

18 21

Masterships, 1966.

18 22

Law students, 1967.

18 23

Masterships, 1967.

18 24

Masterships, 1968.

18 25

Pennsylvania Judiciary article, 1968.

18 26

Masterships, 1969.

18 27

Retirement and continuation as senior judge, 1969.

18 28

V. FINANCIAL RECORDS.

A. Investments.
Box Folder

Stock certificates and receipts, 1932-1944.

19 1

Stock information, 1948-1956.

19 2

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1957-1959.

19 3

State retirement pl, 1959.

19 4

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1960.

19 5

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1961.

19 6

State retirement plan, 1961.

19 7

Dehaven and Townsend, 1962.

19 8

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1963.

19 9

State retirement plan, 1963.

19 10

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1964.

19 11

State retirement plan, 1964.

19 12

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1965.

19 13

State retirement plan, 1965.

19 14

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1966.

19 15

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1967.

19 16

State retirement plan, 1967.

19 17

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1968.

19 18

State retirement plan, 1968.

19 19

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1969.

19 20

State retirement plan, 1969.

19 21

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1970.

19 22

State retirement plan, 1970.

19 23

Dehaven and Townsend, Crouter and Bodine, 1971-1974.

19 24
B. Invoices, Receipts, and Statements.
Box Folder

Gifts and Donations, 1940-1941.

19 25

Receipts, 1941-1942.

19 26

Receipts, 1943.

19 27

Receipts, 1944.

19 28

Receipts, 1944.

19 29

Receipts, 1944.

19 30

Receipts, 1945.

19 31

Receipts, 1945.

19 32

Receipts, 1945.

19 33

Receipts, 1946.

19 34

Receipts, 1947.

19 35

Receipts, 1947.

20 1

Receipts, 1947.

20 2

Receipts, 1947.

20 3

Receipts, 1948.

20 4

Receipts, 1949-1953.

20 5

Receipts, 1954-1955.

20 6

Receipts, 1956.

20 7

Receipts, 1956.

20 8

Receipts, 1957.

20 9

Receipts, 1957.

20 10

Receipts, 1958.

20 11

Receipts, 1959.

20 12

Receipts, 1960-1965.

20 13

Receipts, 1966.

20 14

Receipts, 1967.

20 15

Receipts, 1968.

20 16

Receipts, 1969.

20 17

Receipts, 1970.

20 18

Receipts, 1971.

20 19

Receipts, 1972.

20 20

Receipts, 1973.

20 21

Receipts, 1974.

20 22

Receipts, 1977.

20 23
C. Ledgers and Summary Records.
Box Folder

General Ledger book, 1940-1942.

20 24

Correspondence with clients re bills, 1957-1959.

20 25

General Ledger book, 1959-1966.

20 26

Record book of investments and income, 1961-1963.

20 27

General Ledger book, 1967-1974.

20 28
D. Bank Records.
Box Folder

Passbooks, 1926-1940.

21 1

Passbooks, 1940-1947.

21 2

Statements and canceled checks, 1947-1948.

21 3

Passbooks, 1949-1959.

21 4

Statements and canceled checks, 1960.

21 5

Passbook, 1962.

21 6

Deposit slips, 1965-1967.

21 7

Passbooks, 1967.

21 8

Deposit slips, 1968.

21 9

Check stubs, 1968-1969.

21 10

Passbook, 1969.

21 11

Deposit slips, 1969-1970.

21 12

Check registers and deposit slips, 1970-1971.

21 12a

Check registers and deposit slips, 1971-1972.

21 12b

Check registers, 1972-1973.

21 12c

Check registers and deposit slips, 1973-1974.

21 12d
E. Tax Returns, Worksheets, and Supporting Documents.
Box Folder

Income tax, 1940-1942.

21 13

Income tax, 1958.

21 14

Income tax, 1970.

21 15

Income tax, 1970-1971.

21 16
F. Insurance.
Box Folder

Insurance, 1926-1937.

21 17

Insurance, 1938.

21 18

Insurance, 1939-1941.

21 19

Insurance, 1942-1944.

21 20

Insurance, 1945-1947.

21 21

Insurance, 1947.

21 22

Insurance, 1948.

21 23

Insurance, 1949-1951.

21 24

Insurance, 1952-1953.

21 25

Insurance, 1954-1955.

21 26

Insurance, 1956.

21 27

Insurance, 1957.

21 28

Insurance, 1958-1960.

21 29

Insurance, 1961.

21 30

Insurance, 1962.

21 31

Insurance, 1963-1964.

21 32

Insurance, 1965-1967.

22 1

Insurance, 1968-1969.

22 2

Insurance, 1970-1971.

22 3

Insurance, 1972-1974.

22 4
G. Family.
Box Folder

Mary Elizabeth (Putney School expenses), 1945-1948.

22 5

Mary Elizabeth (Putney School expenses), 1949.

22 6

Mary Elizabeth (Putney School expenses), 1950.

22 7

Mary Elizabeth (Putney School expenses), 1951.

22 8

Rae Pace (expenses), 1958-1960.

22 9

Rae Pace (expenses, including wedding), 1961.

22 10

Rae Pace (expenses), 1962.

22 11

Rae Pace (expenses), 1963-1966.

22 12
H. Real Estate: Sky water Farm.
Box Folder

Correspondence and memoranda, 1944-1946.

22 13

Correspondence and memoranda, 1947-1948.

22 14

Correspondence and memoranda, 1949-1951.

22 15

Correspondence and memoranda, 1952.

22 16

Correspondence and memoranda, 1953-1954.

22 17

Condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1955.

22 18

Correspondence and memoranda, 1955.

22 19

Condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1956.

22 20

Correspondence and memoranda, 1956.

22 21

Re condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1957.

22 22

Correspondence and memoranda, 1957.

22 23

Appraisal, 1958.

22 24

Blueprint for turnpike improvements, 1958.

22 25

Condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1958.

22 26

Correspondence and memoranda, 1958.

22 27

Appraisal, 1959.

22 28

Condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1959.

22 29

Correspondence and memoranda, 1959.

22 30

Condemnation for turnpike improvements, 1960.

22 31

Correspondence, 1960-1961.

22 32

Correspondence, 1960.

22 33

Correspondence, 1960-1961.

22 34

Correspondence, 1961.

22 35

Correspondence, 1961-1962.

22 36

Correspondence, 1962.

22 37

Correspondence, 1963.

22 38

Correspondence, 1964.

22 39

Correspondence, 1964-1965.

22 40
I. Real Estate: 1900 Chestnut Street.
Box Folder

Insurance, 1910.

23 1

Insurance, 1934.

23 2

Correspondence, 1934.

23 3

Correspondence, 1935.

23 4

Correspondence, 1936.

23 5

Herbert F. Diener and Co. receipts, 1937.

23 6

Correspondence and receipts, 1937.

23 7

Correspondence and receipts, 1938-1939.

23 8

Correspondence and receipts, 1940.

23 9

Correspondence and receipts, 1941.

23 10

Correspondence and receipts, 1942.

23 11

Correspondence and receipts, 1942.

23 12

Correspondence and receipts, 1943.

23 13

Correspondence and receipts, 1944.

23 14

Correspondence and receipts, 1945.

23 15

Correspondence and receipts, 1945.

23 16

Correspondence and receipts, 1946-1950.

23 17

Correspondence and receipts, 1951-1954.

23 18

Correspondence and receipts, 1955-1960.

23 19

Correspondence and receipts, 1961-1965.

23 20

Correspondence and receipts, 1966-1970.

23 21

Correspondence and receipts, 1972-1973.

23 22
J. Real Estate: Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

Rose Baskerville, 1939-1944.

23 23

1903 Chestnut Street, 1959.

23 24

1315 N. 57th Street, 1940-1941.

23 25

4043 Haverford Avenue, 1939-1941.

23 26

Samuel Henderson, 1938-1944.

23 27

1704 Jefferson Street, 1942-1944.

23 28

Elizabeth Jeffries, 1940-1959.

23 29

Constance Jones, 1940-1942.

23 30

Ellen H. McDuffy, 1941-1943.

23 31

Russell Minton, 1941-1942.

23 32

Mortgage investments and rent, 1934-1940.

23 33

Mortgages on property, 1926-1938.

23 34

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1951.

23 35

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1957.

23 36

Ada Smith Moseley and Fenton Moseley, 1939-1945.

23 37

New Central Baptist Church, 1939-1942.

23 38

38 S. 19th Street, 1944-1959.

24 1

2317 N. 19th Street, 1939-1943.

24 2

Miscellaneous real estate papers, 1939-1946.

24 3

Miscellaneous real estate papers, 1942.

24 4

2128 Ridge Avenue, 1940-1941.

24 5

Necie Thompson, 1941-1943.

24 6

William J. Tyree, 1930-1939.

24 7
K. Wills and Estates.
Box Folder

Estate Planning, 1957-1960.

24 7a

Will (void), 1960.

24 8

Memorandum of Agreement with STMA re division of property, 1962.

24 9

Will (void), 1965.

24 10

Will and deed of trust, 1969.

24 11

Will and deed of trust, 1971.

24 12

Will and deed of trust, 1972-1973.

24 13

Correspondence and receipts, 1974.

24 14

Tax returns, 1975.

24 15

Trust for STMA, 1975.

24 16

Correspondence, 1975.

24 17

Correspondence and receipts, 1975.

24 18

Correspondence and receipts, 1975.

24 19

Correspondence and receipts, 1975.

24 20

Ledger sheets, 1976.

24 21

Trust for STMA, 1976.

24 22

Trust for STMA, 1976.

24 23

Correspondence, 1976.

24 24

Schedule of distribution, 1977.

24 25

Trust for STMA, 1977.

24 26

Correspondence, 1977.

24 27

Correspondence, 1977.

24 28

Trust for STMA, 1978.

24 29

Trust for STMA, 1978.

24 30

Correspondence and receipts, 1978.

24 31

Trust for STMA, 1979.

24 32

Trust for STMA, 1980.

24 33

Trust for STMA, 1981.

24 34

Trust for STMA, 1982.

24 35

Trust for STMA, 1983.

24 36

VII. LAW PRACTICE AND RELATED PROFESSIONAL PAPERS.

A. Administrative.
Box Folder

Jury Trial List, 1938-1942.

25 40

Record of files stored in basement (the lost files), ca.1940.

25 41

Office history, 1948.

25 42

Departmental report (from Maceo Hubbard), 1950.

25 43

Papers re partnership, 1956.

25 44

Correspondence with Malcolm Berkowitz, 1957-1958.

25 45

a. Record book of mastership appointments, 1959-1968.

25 45

Office history and list of personnel, 1965.

25 46
B. Other Members of the Firm.
Box Folder

Tribune articles by Maceo Hubbard, 1941.

25 47

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal file, 1945-1948.

25 48

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal file, 1948.

25 49

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal file, 1949.

25 50

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. loan account, 1950.

25 51

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal file, 1950.

25 52

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. Barristers Club, 1951.

25 53

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal account, 1951.

25 54

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. Barristers Club, 1952.

25 55

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. loan account, 1952.

25 56

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. personal file, 1952.

25 57

Matthew W. Bullock, Jr. loan account, 1955-1958.

25 58
C. Financial Records.
Box Folder

Receipts journal, 1923-1926.

26 1

Receipts journal, 1926-1929.

26 2

Receipts journal, 1926-1929 (loose sheets).

26 3

Profit and loss statements, 1929-1933.

26 4

Client passbooks, 1934-1950.

26 5

Bank books for attorney accounts, 1936-1950.

26 6

Account ledger, 1939-1941.

26 7

Accounts payable ledger, 1939-1945.

26 8

Cash book, 1939-1941.

OS 6

General journal, 1941, and deed for 1813 Columbia Ave., 2523 Dauphin St., 2317 N. 19th St.

26 9

Rental properties ledger, 1941-1956 Account ledger, 1941-1956.

26 10a

Rental properties ledger, 1941-1956.

26 11b

Cash book, 1942-1945.

OS 8

Cash book, 1946-1950.

OS 9

Cash book, 1951-1955.

OS 12

Correspondence re Mary Staten property, 1951.

26 12

Deposit slips for attorney accounts, 1952.

26 13

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen, income tax, 1956.

26 14

Bank statements, 1956-1958.

26 15

Receipts and disbursements journal, 1956-1958.

26 16

Correspondence, 1956.

26 17

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen, income tax, 1957.

26 18

Correspondence, 1957.

26 19

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen, income tax, 1958.

26 20

Correspondence, 1958.

26 21

Check stubs, 1958-1960.

26 22

Checkbook for escrow funds, 1958-1961.

26 23

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen, income tax, 1959.

26 24

Employee taxes and insurance, 1959-1974.

26 25

Correspondence, 1959.

26 26

Correspondence, 1960.

26 27

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen, income tax, 1961.

26 28

Correspondence, 1964.

26 29
D. Financial Records (Bundled).
Box Folder

Deposit slips re partnership, special account, and STMA trust for RPA, 1947-1948.

27 1

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1947-1948.

27 2

Deposit slips, 1956.

27 3

Check stubs, 1956-1957.

27 4

Canceled checks (partnership accounts), 1956-1958.

27 5

Canceled checks (partnership accounts), 1956-1958.

27 6

Canceled checks (partnership accounts), 1956-1958.

27 7

Canceled checks (partnership accounts), 1956-1958.

27 8

Deposit slips for partnership accounts, 1957-1958.

27 9

Alexander, Berkowitz, and Allen (check stubs), 1957-1958.

27 10

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1959-1961.

27 11

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1947.

27 12

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1947.

27 13

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1947.

27 14

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1947.

27 15

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1948.

27 16

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1948.

27 17

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1948.

27 18

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1948.

27 19
E. Address Books, Diaries, Directories, Journals.
Box Folder

Address book, n.d.

28 1

Client register and index (A-C), n.d.

28 2

Client register and index (D-I), n.d.

28 3

Client register and index (J-N), n.d.

28 4

Client register and index (O-S), n.d.

28 5

Client register and index (T-Z), n.d.

28 6

Office schedules, n.d.

28 7

Office diary, 1924.

28 8

Office diary, 1925.

28 9

Office diary, 1926.

28 10

Office diary, 1927.

28 11

Directory of correspondent attorneys, 1927.

28 12

Office diary, 1928.

28 13

Defendants' docket, 1928-1934.

28 14

Office diary, 1929.

28 15

Office diary, 1930.

28 16

Office diary, 1931.

28 17

Defendants' docket, 1931-1938.

28 18

Office diary, 1932.

29 1

Office diary, 1933.

29 2

Office diary, 1934.

29 3

Office diary, 1934.

29 4

Office diary, 1935.

29 5

Defendant's docket, 1935-1938.

29 6

Office diary, 1936.

29 7

Notarial record, 1936-1939.

29 8

Office diary, 1937.

29 9

Office diary, 1938.

29 10

Office diary, 1939.

29 11

Office diary, 1940.

29 12

Client register and index (A-D), 1940.

29 13

Client register and index (E-M), 1940.

29 14

Client register and index (Mc-Z), 1940.

30 1

Office diary, 1941.

30 2

Office diary, 1942.

30 3

Office diary, 1943.

30 4

Office diary, 1944.

30 5

Office diary, 1945.

30 6

Office diary, 1946.

30 7

Office diary, 1947.

30 8

Office diary, 1948.

30 9

Office diary, 1949.

30 10

Office diary, 1950.

30 11

Office diary, 1951.

31 1

Office diary, 1952.

31 2

Card file with record of clients' payments, 1956-1957.

31 3

VI. EDUCATION.

A. Central High School.
Box Folder

Commencement program, 1917.

25 1

Correspondence and legal papers, 1935-1937.

25 2

The Barnwell Bulletin, 1946.

25 3

Alumni Journal, with note on RPA, 1970.

25 4
B. University of Pennsylvania.
Box Folder

Bursar's receipt, 1919.

25 5

Correspondence with and re RPA, 1919.

25 6

Re gift to Wharton School Building Fund, 1951.

25 7

Re Annual Giving and the Virginia Alexander Suite in Philadelphia House, 1960.

25 8

Correspondence re election to Phi Beta Kappa, 1970.

25 9

News Clippings re election to Phi Beta Kappa, 1970.

25 10

Invocation delivered at 50th reunion, 1970.

25 11

50th reunion, 1970.

25 12
C. Harvard Law School.
Box Folder

Black alumni association n.d.

25 13

Class of 1923 (3rd Report of the Class), 1938.

25 14

25th Anniversary Report, 1948.

25 15

Correspondence, 1950.

25 16

Conference on Government under Law, 1955.

25 17

Annual giving report, 1957.

25 18

Reunion, 1958.

25 19

Bulletin (2 issues with photos and notes re Rap's activities and honors), 1959.

25 20

Correspondence, 1960-1962.

25 21

40th Reunion, 1963.

25 22

Correspondence, 1963-1964.

25 23

Bulletin (issue with note on RPA' southeast Asia trip for State Department), 1965.

25 24

Correspondence, 1965-1966.

25 25

Sesquicentennial celebration, 1967.

25 26

Correspondence, 1967.

25 27

Bulletin (issue with note on Rap's activities and honors), 1968.

25 28

Correspondence, 1968.

25 29

Application for change of degree to J.D., 1969.

25 30

Fund raising, 1969.

25 31

Correspondence, 1969-1970.

25 32

Bulletin (Symposium on the Black Lawyer in America Today), 1971.

25 33

Correspondence (re fundraising), 1971.

25 34

Correspondence, 1971.

25 35

Fund raising, 1972-1973.

25 36

50th reunion, 1973.

25 37

RPA letter of inquiry re E.E. Day and H.H. Burbank (professors of economics), 1974.

25 38

Fund raising, 1974.

25 39

VIII. LEGAL ISSUES AND ACTIONS.

A. Girard College.
Box Folder

Article by RPA for Alpha Boule, n.d.

31 4

Brief in support of petition, n.d.

31 5

Brief of petitioners, n.d.

31 6

Brief of respondent, n.d.

31 7

City council resolution, n.d.

31 8

History of the case, n.d.

31 9

History of Stephen Girard, n.d.

31 10

Pamphlet: Stephen Girard and His Will, n.d.

31 11

Testimony, n.d.

31 12

The Life and Career of Stephen Girard, 1896.

31 13

College handbook, 1900.

31 14

Marriage license and admissions papers, 1940.

32 1

Alumni magazine, 1941.

32 2

Girard Avenue Union, 1941.

32 3

Alumni magazine, 1942.

32 4

Red Cross pamphlet, with endowment fund regulations, 1942.

32 5

Alumni magazines, 1943.

32 6

Alumni magazines, 1944.

32 7

Pamphlet: Stephen Girard and His College, 1944.

32 8

Alumni magazines, 1945.

32 9

Alumni magazine, 1946.

32 10

Correspondence, 1946.

32 11

Alumni magazines, 1947.

32 12

Alumni magazines, 1948.

32 13

Concert program, 1948.

32 14

Analysis of Girard will, 1948.

32 15

Correspondence, 1948.

32 16

Pamphlet: Civil Rights in the United States in 1949, 1949.

32 17

Correspondence, 1949.

32 18

Brief for Commonwealth, ca.1950.

32 19

Brief in support of Foust-Felder petition, 1950.

32 20

President's report, 1950.

32 21

Correspondence, 1951.

32 22

Alumni magazines, 1951.

32 23

President's report, 1951.

32 24

Correspondence, 1951.

32 25

Alumni magazines, 1952.

32 26

Annual report of city trusts, 1952.

32 27

President's report, 1952.

32 28

Will of Stephen Girard (revised), 1952.

32 29

Correspondence, 1952.

32 30

Annual report of city trusts, 1953.

32 31

Deposition (?), 1953.

32 32

Editorial for West Philadelphia Monthly Bulletin, 1953 July.

32 33

Article: The Fruition of Philadelphia's Ambition, 1953.

32 34

President's report, 1953.

32 35

Radio interview transcript, 1953.

32 36

Correspondence and ms. notes, 1953.

32 37

Correspondence, 1953.

32 38

Correspondence, 1953.

32 39

Re admissions, 1954.

32 40

Answer of City of Philadelphia, 1954.

32 41

Article reprinted from The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1954.

32 42

City Council inquiry, 1954.

32 43

City Council inquiry, 1954.

32 44

Commission on Human Relations, 1954.

32 45

Court papers, 1954.

32 46

Fiduciary Reporter, 1954.

32 47

Joint record for exceptants, 1954.

32 48

Trial briefs and notes, 1954.

32 49

Correspondence and legal papers, 1954.

32 50

Correspondence, 1954.

32 51

Correspondence, 1954.

33 1

Correspondence, 1954.

33 2

Annual report of city trusts, 1955.

33 3

Answer of City of Philadelphia as petitioner, 1955.

33 4

Brief for City of Philadelphia, 1955.

33 5

Brief for City of Philadelphia, 1955.

33 6

Brief for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1955.

33 7

Brief for exceptants, 1955.

33 8

Brief for James M. Marsh, 1955.

33 9

Brief supporting petition, 1955.

33 10

Brief supporting petition, 1955.

33 11

Brief supporting petition, 1955.

33 12

Brief for Philadelphia Fellowship Commission, 1955.

33 13

Brief of respondent, 1955.

33 14

Brief of respondent, 1955.

33 15

Commission on Human Relations, 1955.

33 16

Court papers, 1955.

33 17

Evidence, 1955.

33 18

Evidence, 1955.

33 19

Evidence, 1955.

33 20

Exceptions of the Commonwealth, 1955.

33 21

Exceptions of the petitioner, 1955.

33 22

Exhibits, 1955.

33 23

Opinion and decree, 1955.

33 24

Petition to amend petition, 1955.

33 25

Trial notes, 1955.

33 26

Correspondence, 1955.

33 27

Correspondence, 1955.

33 28

Correspondence, 1955.

33 29

Article re Girard case (by M.M. Gordan), 1956.

34 1

Brief for appellants, 1956.

34 2

Brief for appellants, 1956.

34 3

Brief for appellants, 1956.

34 4

Appellants' brief against dismissal, 1956.

34 5

Brief for appellee, 1956.

34 6

Brief for appellee, 1956.

34 7

Brief for appellee, 1956.

34 8

Brief on behalf of Philadelphia Fellowship Commission, 1956.

34 9

Supplement to brief (Pennsylvania Supreme Court, re city ordinances), 1956.

34 10

Court papers, 1956.

34 11

Jurisdictional statement, 1956.

34 12

Motion to dismiss, 1956.

34 13

Concurring opinion, 1956.

34 14

Concurring opinion, 1956.

34 15

Dissenting opinion (Pennsylvania Supreme Court), 1956.

34 16

Opinion of Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 1956.

34 17

Petition for rehearing, 1956.

34 18

Record, 1956.

34 19

Correspondence, 1956.

34 20

Correspondence, 1956.

34 21

Annual report of city trusts, 1957.

34 22

Annual report of city trusts, 1957.

34 23

Answer of city on motion to dismiss, 1957.

34 24

Closing argument, 1957.

34 25

Court papers, 1957.

34 26

Statement: Commonwealth to U.S. Supreme Court, 1957.

34 27

Jurisdictional statement, 1957.

34 28

Sur mandate of U.S. Supreme Court, 1957.

34 29

Motion to dismiss appeal, 1957.

34 30

Motion to dismiss appeal, 1957.

34 31

Motion and petition for rehearing, 1957.

34 32

Dissenting opinion, 1957.

34 33

Correspondence and ms., 1957.

35 1

Correspondence, 1957.

35 2

Correspondence, 1957.

35 3

Correspondence, 1957.

35 4

a. Article in Greater Philadelphia Magazine, 1957.

35 4

Alumni magazine, 1958.

35 5

Closing argument (typescript), 1958.

35 6

Closing argument, 1958.

35 7

Brief for amicus curiae, 1958.

35 8

Brief for appellant, 1958.

35 9

Brief for appellant, 1958.

35 10

Brief for appellee, 1958.

35 11

Brief for substituted trustees, 1958.

35 12

Jurisdictional statement, 1958.

35 13

Jurisdictional statement, 1958.

35 14

Dissenting opinion, 1958.

35 15

Dissenting opinion, 1958.

35 16

Correspondence, 1958.

35 17

Correspondence, 1958.

35 18

Article re Girard case (by M.M. Gordan), 1959.

35 19

E. H. Abbott: "The Supreme Court and the Girard Will Case," 1960.

35 20

Correspondence, 1960-1961.

35 21

A Citizens Study of Public Education in Philadelphia (Part A), 1962.

35 22

A Citizens Study of Public Education in Philadelphia (Part B), 1962.

35 23

Correspondence, 1962-1963.

35 24

Newspaper clippings, 1965.

35 25

Newspaper clippings, 1965.

35 26

Radio editorial, 1965.

35 27

Research, 1965.

35 28

Correspondence, 1965.

35 29

Correspondence, 1965.

35 30

Brief of Plaintiffs, 1966.

35 31

Complaint filed in U.S. District Court, 1966.

35 32

Introduction and opinion, 1966.

35 33

Correspondence, 1966.

35 34

Brief for appellees and appendix, 1967.

35 35

Brief in opposition to petition, 1967.

35 36

Brief of plaintiffs, 1967.

35 37

Plaintiff's request for findings, 1967.

35 38

Opinion of the court, 1967.

35 39

Correspondence, 1967-1971.

35 40

Correspondence (with G. K. Lawrence, Pres. of Girard College), 1973.

35 41
B. State of New Jersey v. Cooper et al. (The Trenton Six).
Box Folder

Confession analysis, n.d.

36 1

Confessions, n.d.

36 2

John MacKenzie: statement, n.d.

36 3

Ms. notes and typescript, n.d.

36 4

Ms. notes, n.d.

36 5

Ms. notes, n.d.

36 6

Volpe: summation, n.d.

36 7

Statements of defendants and witnesses, 1950.

36 8

Scrapbook, 1948-1951.

OS 20

Re witnesses, evidence, etc., 1950.

36 9

Correspondence and enclosures, 1950.

36 10

Conference notes, 1951.

36 11

List of jurors, 1951.

36 12

Re J. MacKenzie and M. Forest, 1951.

36 13

Opening statement, 1951.

36 14

The Reporter, ms. notes, list of exhibits, 1951.

36 15

Reports, 1951.

36 16

Reports, 1951.

36 17

Reprints, 1951.

36 18

Scrapbook material, 1951.

36 19

Scrapbook material, 1951.

36 20

Scrapbook material, 1951.

36 21

Rap's summation, 1951.

36 22

Voir Dire, 1951.

36 23

Horace Wilson, 1951.

36 24

Correspondence, 1951.

36 25

Correspondence and ms. notes, 1951.

36 26

Ms. notes, 1951.

36 27

Appendix for the State, 1951.

37 1

Appellants' appendix, v. 1-12, 1951.

37 2

Appellants' appendix, v. 13-23, 1951.

38 1

Master index to appellants' appendix, 1951.

38 2

Correspondence, 1953-1954.

38 3
C. A.M.E. Bishops (Sims v. Greene and Related Cases).
Box Folder

Re complaint of Annie Mae Sims against David H. Sims, 1934-1939.

39 1

Paradise Lakes deed and indentures, 1941.

39 2

Ms. notes (mostly by STMA), 1942-1945.

39 3

Bishops' conference minutes, 1946.

39 4

Bishops' conference proceedings, 1946.

39 5

Bishops' conference proceedings, 1946.

39 6

General conference proceedings, including delegate lists, 1946.

39 7

Sims v. Greene: opening address for plaintiff, 1946.

39 8

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1946 December 16.

39 9

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1946 December 17.

39 10

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1946 December 18.

39 11

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1946 December 19.

39 12

Sims v. Greene: re initiation of suit, 1946.

39 13

Napper and Pottinger v. Sims, 1946.

39 14

Sims v. Greene: on petition of Greene, 1946.

39 15

Sims v. Greene: correspondence and ms. notes, 1946.

39 16

Sims v. Greene: ms. notes and papers, 1946.

39 17

Sims v. Greene: appeal, 1947.

39 18

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 March 31.

39 19

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 March 31.

39 20

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 8.

39 21

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 9.

39 22

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 9.

39 23

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 10.

39 24

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 10.

39 25

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 11.

39 26

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 11.

39 27

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 14.

39 28

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 14.

39 29

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 15.

40 1

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 16.

40 2

Sims v. Greene: court proceedings, 1947 April 16.

40 3

Sims v. Greene: legal papers, 1947.

40 4

Sims v. Greene: legal papers, 1947.

40 5

Napper and Pottinger v. Greene: legal papers, 1947.

40 6

Napper and Pottinger v. Greene: legal papers, 1947.

40 7

Petition for writ of prohibition and/or writ of mandamus, 1947.

40 8

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1947.

40 9

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1947.

40 10

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1947.

40 11

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1947.

40 12

Sims v. Greene: correspondence and ms. notes, 1947.

40 13

Sims v. Greene: correspondence and ms. notes, 1947.

40 14

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1947.

40 15

Sims v. Greene: correspondence, 1948.

40 16
D. A.M.E. Church (Miscellaneous).
Box Folder

A Century of African Methodism in the Deep South (booklet with review of cases adjudicated), 1946.

40 17

A.M.E. Book Concern, 1936.

40 18

A.M.E. Church of Philadelphia v. S. W. Williams, 1950-1951.

40 19

Bishop D. Ward Nichols (A.M.E. Church Review libel case: ms. notes and legal papers), 1944-1948.

40 20

Bishop D. Ward Nichols case (4 issues of the Review), 1947-1948.

40 21

Bishop D. Ward Nichols case (correspondence and legal papers), 1948.

40 22

Bishop D. Ward Nichols case (hearing transcript), 1948.

40 23

Bishop D. Ward Nichols case (correspondence pertaining to church property), 1949-1951.

40 24

Bishop David H. Sims (auto accident), 1943.

41 1

Union A.M.E. Church (mortgage, insurance, and legal matters), 1905-1949.

41 2

Union A.M.E. Church (correspondence and agreement re purchase of church building), 1950.

41 3

Union A.M.E. Church (correspondence), 1951.

41 4

Union A.M.E. Church (agreement of sale), 1952-1953.

41 5

Union A.M.E. Church (v. Rev. O. W. H. Childers and Bishop D. W. Nichols), 1955.

41 6

Union A.M.E. Church (v. Rev. O. W. H. Childers and Bishop D. W. Nichols), 1955.

41 7

Union A.M.E. Church (v. Rev. O. W. H. Childers and Bishop D. W. Nichols), 1956.

41 8

Union A.M.E. Church (v. Rev. O. W. H. Childers and Bishop D. W. Nichols), 1956-1957.

41 9

Union A.M.E. Church (re church property), 1958-1960.

41 10

Ward A.M.E. Church (correspondence), 1941.

41 11

Ward A.M.E. Church (Rev. E. K. Nichols, deeds and correspondence), 1945.

41 12

Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church (mortgages, bonds, meeting transcript), 1936.

41 13

Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church (correspondence), 1936.

41 14

Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church (correspondence), 1937-1939.

41 15

Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church (Woolford estate), 1938.

41 16
E. Pearl and Benjamin Mason.
Box Folder

History of the Mason's Irish Sweepstakes winnings, n.d.

41 17

Apartment project, 1939.

41 18

Apartment project, 1939.

41 19

Bank books, 1939-1941.

41 20

Check stubs, 1939-1940.

41 21

Re equipment, 1939.

41 22

Re furniture account, 1939.

41 23

Income tax returns and legal papers, 1939.

41 24

Re Irish Sweepstakes, 1939.

41 25

Nannie Bishop mortgage (W. Columbia Avenue), 1939.

41 26

James Burt mortgage (Hawthorne Street), 1939.

41 27

Amanda Christmas mortgage (W. Jefferson Street), 1939.

41 28

Everett Hill mortgage (N. 23rd Street), 1939.

41 29

Jones mortgage (Ridge Avenue), 1939.

41 30

Charles T. Mitchell mortgage (Suffolk Avenue), 1939.

41 31

Walter Moss mortgage (W. Montgomery Avenue), 1939.

41 32

William H. Thompson mortgage (N. 58th Street), 1939.

41 33

James D. Wade mortgage (N. 58th Street), 1939.

41 34

Abele West mortgage (Bainbridge Street), 1939.

41 35

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1939.

42 1

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1939.

42 2

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1939.

42 3

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1939.

42 4

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1939.

42 5

Purchase order book (Pearl Mason), 1939.

42 6

Purchase order book (Benjamin Mason), 1939.

42 7

Re real estate, 1939.

42 8

Re renovations, 1939.

42 9

Sales agreements, 1939.

42 10

Correspondence, 1939.

42 11

Architect's letter and cost breakdown, 1940.

42 12

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1940.

42 13

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1940.

42 14

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1940.

42 15

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1940.

42 16

Financial history, 1940.

42 17

Ledger book, 1940-1948.

OS 7

Mary Harley mortgage (N. 58th Street), 1940.

42 18

Lee Lindsay mortgage (N. 58th Street), 1940.

42 19

Mortgage (application), 1940.

42 20

Miscellaneous mortgages, 1940.

42 21

Correspondence and taxes, 1940.

42 22

Correspondence, 1940.

42 23

Correspondence, plans, agreements, and financial records, 1940.

42 24

Correspondence, 1940.

42 25

Correspondence, 1940.

42 26

Correspondence, 1940.

42 27

Correspondence, 1940.

42 28

Correspondence, 1940.

42 29

Correspondence, 1940.

42 30

Correspondence, financial records, and advertising ephemera, 1940.

43 1

Correspondence and realtor statements, 1940.

43 2

Correspondence, 1941.

43 3

Article about the Masons and Frances Plaza Project, 1941.

43 4

Bank statements and canceled checks, 1941.

43 5

Letter from Frank Nickels re Bucks County farm, 1941.

43 6

Realtor statements, 1941.

43 7

Correspondence and financial statements, 1941.

43 8

Correspondence, bills, and ephemera, 1941.

43 9

Correspondence, tax information, and realtor statements, 1941.

43 10

Correspondence, plans, and financial records, 1941.

43 11

Correspondence, 1941.

43 12

Correspondence, 1941.

43 13

Correspondence, 1941.

43 14

Correspondence, 1941.

43 15

Articles of incorporation for Frances Plaza, 1942.

43 16

Realtor statements, 1942.

43 17

Correspondence, 1942.

43 18

Correspondence, 1942.

43 19

Correspondence, realtor statements, and taxes, 1942.

43 20

Correspondence, realtor statements, and mortgages, 1942.

43 21

Correspondence, 1942.

43 22

Bills, 1943.

43 23

War damage insurance, 1943.

43 24

Correspondence, 1943.

43 25

Correspondence, 1943.

43 26

Bills, 1944.

43 27

Summary account of Frances Plaza history, 1944-1945.

43 28

Correspondence and bills, 1944.

44 1

Correspondence, 1945.

44 2

Walter Stewart mortgage (Frances Plaza), 1946.

44 3

Correspondence, 1946.

44 4

Correspondence, 1947.

44 5

Correspondence, 1947.

44 6

Realtor statements, 1948.

44 7

Wills, 1948.

44 8

Correspondence, 1948.

44 9

Realtor statements, 1949.

44 10

Correspondence, 1949.

44 11

Realtor statements, 1950.

44 12

Correspondence, 1950.

44 13

Realtor statements, 1951.

44 14

Correspondence, 1951.

44 15

Realtor statements, 1952.

44 16

Correspondence, 1952.

44 17

Realtor statements, 1953.

44 18

Realtor statements, 1954.

44 19

Correspondence and taxes, 1954.

44 20

Realtor statements, 1955.

44 21

Correspondence, 1955.

44 22

Realtor statements, 1956.

44 23

Correspondence, 1957.

44 24

Realtor statements, 1957.

44 25

Correspondence, 1957.

44 26

Correspondence, 1957.

44 27

Realtor statements, 1958.

44 28

Correspondence and taxes, 1958.

44 29

Correspondence, 1958.

44 30

Correspondence, 1959.

44 31

Correspondence, 1960-1961.

44 32

Correspondence, 1962-1963.

44 33

Realtor statements and other financial records, 1964-1965.

45 1

Realtor statements and other financial records, 1966-1967.

45 2

Realtor statements and other financial records, 1968-1969.

45 3

Realtor statements and other financial records, 1970-1971.

45 4
F. Mount Lawn Cemetery.
Box Folder

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1934-1935.

45 5

Correspondence and legal papers, 1936-1939.

45 6

Correspondence and legal papers, 1940-1941.

45 7

Correspondence and legal papers, 1942-1943.

45 8

Correspondence and receipts, 1944.

45 9

Correspondence and legal papers, 1945.

45 10

Correspondence and financial statements, 1946-1947.

45 11

Correspondence and legal papers, 1948-1949.

45 12

Correspondence and legal papers, 1950.

45 13

Correspondence, 1951.

45 14

Correspondence and financial statements, 1952-1954.

45 15

Notes, correspondence, and financial statements, 1955.

45 16

Correspondence, 1956.

45 17

Correspondence, financial statements, and legal papers, 1956.

45 18

Correspondence, financial statements, and legal papers, 1957.

45 19

Notes, correspondence, financial statements, and legal papers, 1958.

45 20

Correspondence and financial statements, 1959-1974.

45 21
G. Corrine Sykes.
Box Folder

Notes and legal papers, 1944.

46 1

Notes and legal papers, 1944.

46 2

Notes and legal papers, 1944.

46 3

Notes and legal papers, 1944.

46 4

Court transcripts, 1944.

46 5

Court transcripts, 1944.

46 6

Court transcripts, 1944.

46 7

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1945.

46 8

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1945.

46 9

Notes and correspondence, 1945.

46 10

Briefs for appellant, 1945.

46 11

Briefs for appellant, 1945.

46 12

Supplemental records, 1945.

46 13

Legal record, vol.1, 1945.

46 14

Notes, correspondence and clippings, 1946.

46 15

Notes, correspondence, legal papers, and clippings, 1946.

46 16

Correspondence, legal papers, and clippings, 1946.

46 17

Correspondence, legal papers, and clippings, 1946.

46 18

Correspondence, legal papers, and clippings, 1946-1948.

46 19
H. Apex News and Hair Company.
Box Folder

Notes, correspondence and legal papers, 1933-1934.

47 1

Correspondence, 1935.

47 2

Correspondence and legal papers, 1936.

47 3

Correspondence and legal papers, 1937.

47 4

Correspondence and legal papers, 1938-1939.

47 5

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1941-1943.

47 6

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1944-1945.

47 7
I. Rose Carina.
Box Folder

Notes and legal papers, 1939.

47 8

Notes and legal papers, 1939.

47 9

Court transcript, 1939.

47 10

Court transcript, 1939.

47 11

Notes and legal papers, 1939-1940.

47 12

Legal papers, 1940.

47 13
J. Thomas William Mattox.
Box Folder

Legal papers, 1940-1941.

47 14

Correspondence and legal papers, 1942.

47 15

Notes, correspondence, legal papers, and clippings, 1942.

47 16

Court transcripts, 1942.

47 17

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1942.

47 18

Correspondence and legal papers, 1943.

47 19

Correspondence, court transcripts, and clippings, 1943-1952.

47 20
K. Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Box Folder

Correspondence and legal papers, 1937-1938.

47 21

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1938.

47 22

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1938.

47 23

Notes, correspondence, and legal papers, 1938.

47 24

Legal papers, 1938.

47 25

Correspondence, 1939-1941.

47 26
L. J. Turner Layton.
Box Folder

Notes, correspondence and legal papers, 1939-1940.

48 1

Correspondence and legal papers, 1944-1950.

48 2

Correspondence and legal papers, 1950-1952.

48 3

Correspondence and legal papers, 1953-1959.

48 4

Correspondence, 1959-1960.

48 5
M. Henry O. Tanner.
Box Folder

Correspondence and legal papers, 1924.

48 6

Correspondence, 1925.

48 7

Correspondence and receipt, 1926.

48 8

Court documents, 1927.

48 9

Correspondence and court documents, 1927.

48 10

Correspondence, 1928.

48 11

Correspondence, 1929.

48 12

Correspondence and court documents, 1929.

48 13

Correspondence, 1937.

48 14
N. Miscellaneous Clients and Cases.
Box Folder

Albert Adams, 1941.

48 15

Albert Adams, 1944.

48 16

Earl Adkins, 1955.

48 17

Afro-American Industrial League, 1934-1935.

48 18

Afro-American Publishing Company, 1939.

48 19

Robert L. Alexander, 1943-1944.

48 20

Samuel Alexander, 1948-1969.

48 20a

Schley Pace Alexander, 1936.

48 21

Virginia Alexander, 1947-1949.

48 22

Albert F. Allen, 1953.

48 23

Marius Allen, 1943.

48 24

G. Wesley Allen, 1949-1950.

48 25

Annienelle Delores Beverette Alli, 1943.

48 26

Clarence T. Allmond, 1936.

48 27

Claude Alston and John Gist, Jr., 1956.

48 28

Reddick Alston, 1943.

48 29

Amsterdam News, 1940-1941.

48 30

Clara Anderson, 1943-1944.

48 31

Elizabeth M. Anderson, 1948.

48 32

Harold Anderson, 1943-1944.

48 33

Theodore Anderson, 1943-1944.

48 34

Floyd Andrews, 1956-1958.

48 35

Anti-Narcotic Crusade, 1950.

48 36

Charles M. Ashe, 1943.

48 37

Richard Askew, 1940.

48 38

Elizabeth Augustus, 1945.

48 39

Annie Lou Duncan Bain, 1955-1956.

48 40

Julian Ball, 1942.

48 41

Mattie Mae Banks, 1944.

49 1

Mattie Mae Banks, 1944.

49 2

Verna Banks, 1957.

49 3

Walter Banks, 1943.

49 4

John H. Barnes, 1947-1948.

49 5

W. Harry Barnes, 1941-1943.

49 6

Percy O. Barrow, 1942-1943.

49 7

Robert Morris Batz, 1966.

49 8

Mary E. Baugh, 1945-1946.

49 9

NYU track team members v. Benjamin Franklin Hotel, 1946.

49 10

W.L. Bentley, 1943.

49 11

Berean Church, 1955.

49 12

Berean School, 1941-1943.

49 13

Bethany Baptist Church, 1951.

49 14

Bethel Baptist Church, 1918-1932.

49 15

Bethel Baptist Church, 1933-1939.

49 16

Mary Ward Blue, 1943.

49 17

Bernie Boulder, 1958.

49 18

Rita Boulden, 1943.

49 19

Marcellus Bowles, 1942.

49 20

Ernest Brandie, 1958.

49 21

Bright Hope Baptist Church, 1943.

49 22

Susie Brooks, 1942-1944.

49 23

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1935-1940.

49 24

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1940.

49 25

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1940.

49 26

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1940.

49 27

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1940.

49 28

Brotherhood of Railroad Station Porters, 1941-1942.

49 29

Brown Bomber Baking Company, 1939.

49 30

Benjamin Brown, 1943.

49 31

Charles Curtis Brown, 1943-1945.

49 32

Clarence I. Brown, 1944-1949.

49 33

Cora Brown, 1943-1944.

49 34

Donald Brown, 1942.

49 35

Evelyn Brown, 1943-1944.

49 36

Irene Brown, 1959.

49 37

James Brown, 1943.

49 38

James H. Brown, 1943.

49 39

Leo Brown, 1942.

49 40

Lillian Brown, 1943.

49 41

Loretta Brown, 1942.

49 42

Oliver Brown, 1954.

49 43

Pearl Logan Brown, 1943-1944.

49 44

William Brown, 1943.

49 45

Katie Budd, 1942.

49 46

Matthew Bugg, 1942-1943.

49 47

James W. Burt, 1940.

49 48

James Walter Burt, 1943-1944.

49 49

Paul Bushiano, 1943-1945.

50 1

Paul Bushiano, 1945-1948.

50 2

Burvell Butts, 1943.

50 3

Laura Butts, 1943.

50 4

Napoleon Cade, 1943-1947.

50 5

Ulysses Cain, 1943.

50 6

J. S. Caldwell, 1937-1938.

50 6a

Calvary Baptist Church, 1956-1964.

50 7

Benjamin Cameron, 1943.

50 8

Mamie Campbell, 1943.

50 9

Canaan Baptist Church, 1949-1950.

50 10

Canaan Baptist Church, 1951-1952.

50 11

Howard Carolina, 1943.

50 12

John R. Carpenter, 1958.

50 13

Charles Carroll, 1952.

50 14

Curtis C. Carson, Jr., 1946-1947.

50 15

John Walden Carter, 1944.

50 16

John Walden Carter, 1944.

50 17

John Walden Carter, 1944.

50 18

Juanita Cason, 1943.

50 19

Walter W. H. Casselle, 1923-1943.

50 20

Laurette Virginia Pizzani Caterdale, 1943.

50 21

Jerome Cauthen, 1943-1944.

50 22

U.S.A. v. Certain parcels of land, 1944.

50 23

U.S.A. v. Certain parcels of land, 1944.

50 24

Maula Chambers, 1943.

50 25

Bertha Marshall Cheek, 1942-1943.

50 26

John Cheeves, 1943.

50 27

Harry Cherry: The Mermaid Bar, 1956.

50 28

Ethel Buchanan Christian, 1943-1946.

50 29

Jannie Christopher, 1942-1946.

50 30

David Chube, 1958.

50 31

Citizens and Southern Bank and Trust Co. v. Benn, et al., 1947-1949.

50 32

Citizens Independent Democratic Club, 1936-1937.

50 33

Citizens Marine Jefferson Bank, 1942-1943.

50 34

Harry Edward Clark, 1943.

50 35

Clinton Clay, 1942.

50 36

Earl J. Clements, 1942.

50 37

Nellie Clinkscales, 1955.

50 38

Club Central Builders, 1948.

50 39

Carl Cody, Jr., 1943.

50 40

Matthew Cohen, 1942-1943.

50 41

Naomi P. Cohen, 1943-1949.

50 42

Dallas C. Coleman, 1942-1944.

50 43

James Coleman, 1943.

50 44

Jonathan Coleman, Jr., 1943.

50 45

Robert Gilles Collier, 1942-1943.

50 46

Colonial Knights Christian Society, 1951-1952.

50 47

Colonial Knights Christian Society, 1952-1953.

50 48

Community Baptist Church, 1944-1945.

51 1

Community Baptist Church, 1947-1948.

51 2

Community Legal Services, Inc., 1966.

51 2a

Joseph Conwell, 1942.

51 3

Harry Cook, 1942.

51 4

Harry Cook, 1943-1944.

51 5

Maggie M. Cook, 1943.

51 6

Brownie Cotton, 1943.

51 7

Earl Cozart, 1943-1944.

51 8

Herbert Crawford, 1942-1943.

51 9

Oliver W. Crawford, 1955.

51 10

Hattie Crawley, 1942-1943.

51 11

Cross Baking Co., 1941.

51 12

Richard A. Culmer, 1943-1944.

51 13

Elizabeth Custis, 1942-1943.

51 14

Idella Dandy, 1943.

51 15

Cecil Darby, 1944-1945.

51 16

Samuel Dash, Esq., 1958.

51 17

Allen Daugherty, 1942.

51 18

Allen Daugherty, 1943.

51 19

Allen Daugherty, 1943-1944.

51 20

George Davidson, 1942.

51 21

E. Clifford Davis, 1948-1949.

51 22

George W. Davis, 1952.

51 23

Harold O. Davis, 1958.

51 24

Henry Davis, 1942.

51 25

Lawrence Davis, 1943-1944.

51 26

Beulah Holden DeLeon, 1943.

51 27

Bernice Dorothy Deshields, 1943.

51 28

Monroe Deshields, 1943.

51 29

William Ray Dessesse, 1942.

51 30

Helen O. Dickens, 1936-1937.

51 31

Helen O. Dickens, 1950-1952.

51 32

Helen O. Dickens, 1952-1956.

51 33

Helen O. Dickens, 1956-1959.

51 34

Helen O. Dickens, 1960-1966.

51 35

Edward Diggs, 1942-1943.

51 36

Lawrence Diggs, Jr., 1943.

51 37

Liberian Dinner, 1943.

51 38

Annie Dorsey, 1943-1944.

51 39

Louise Drake, 1937-1942.

51 40

William Duncan, 1951.

51 41

Andrew Dunn, 1942.

51 42

Dollie Dunn, 1943.

51 43

Marjorie Thompson Dunn, 1943.

52 1

Boston Dyes, 1943.

52 2

Ebenezer Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1935.

52 3

Eden Cemetery Co., 1940.

52 4

Clara Edney, 1943.

52 5

Ashley Edwards, 1943.

52 6

Fred Edwards, 1943.

52 7

Henrietta Eley, 1943.

52 8

Eve Ellis Ellington, 1948-1949.

52 9

James Ellis, 1942.

52 10

Lee G. Esprit, 1943.

52 11

George Eubanks, 1942-1943.

52 12

Peter James Ewall, Jr., 1943-1944.

52 13

Arthulia Lopez Fagan, 1944.

52 14

Charles Farmer, 1943.

52 15

Reginald Felder, 1943.

52 16

Orey Ferrell, 1943-1944.

52 17

Joseph F. Field, 1956-1958.

52 18

Earl L. Fisher, 1943.

52 19

George Fisher, 1943.

52 20

Frank Fleetwood, 1943.

52 21

Frank Fleetwood, 1943-1945.

52 22

Mrs. Fletcher, 1942.

52 23

Frederick Foote Estate, 1953.

52 24

Lowren L. Ford v. Alice F. Ford, 1955.

52 25

Rufus Ford, 1943.

52 26

George Smith Frazier, 1942.

52 27

Isaiah Frazier, 1943.

52 28

Myers Frazier, 1943-1944.

52 29

Robert and Carl Fredericks, 1949.

52 30

Elsie Freeman, 1942-1943.

52 31

Edna Fuller, 1943-1947.

52 32

William Gaines, 1943.

52 33

Galilee Baptist Church, 1949-1950.

52 34

Robert Garrett, 1943.

52 35

Alexander Louis Garrison, 1943-1949.

52 36

James Gary, 1943-1944.

52 37

Marian and Sabin Gaskin, 1940-1941.

52 38

Nellie Gates, 1958.

52 39

Mozalee Gertrude, 1943-1944.

52 40

Ernestine Durden Gibson, 1942-1944.

52 41

Roger B. Gilmore, 1954-1957.

52 42

Fred Givigliano, 1943.

52 43

Daniel Gleaton, [1943].

52 44

Henry Gleaves, 1943-1944.

52 45

Rex Goreleigh, 1956.

52 46

Kathleen Goss, 1953-1955.

52 47

Grand Lodge IBPO Elks of the World, 1957.

52 48

Elwood Gray, 1944.

52 49

Allen Green, 1943.

52 50

David Green, 1941.

52 51

Herbert Green, 1942.

52 52

Loree Green, 1943.

52 53

William S. Green, 1947.

52 54

Allen Greene, 1943-1944.

52 55

Mrs. George Greene, 1953.

52 56

Preston Greene, 1943.

52 57

Walter Griffin, 1943.

52 58

Inez Wilson Griffith, 1943.

52 59

Philip Gunter, 1943.

52 60

Ida Guy, 1943-1944.

52 61

Elton Guyton, 1940-1941.

52 62

Mary F. Smith Hailey, 1943.

52 63

Harry Haines, 1942-1943.

52 64

Haitian Govt v. U.S. Govt re Island of Navase, 1947-1958.

52 65

Helen Curl Harris, 1970.

52 66

Henry O. Harris, 1943.

52 67

James Cornelius Harris, 1943-1955.

52 68

Robert Harris, 1937-1939.

53 1

Robert Harris, 1939-1942.

53 2

Frank Hayes, 1955.

53 3

Walter Hayes, 1943.

53 4

William James Hayes, 1943-1944.

53 5

Elmer W. Henderson, 1949.

53 6

John Herbert, 1943-1944.

53 7

Harrison Hobson, 1938-1939.

53 8

Harrison Hobson, 1943.

53 9

George Hicks, 1942.

53 10

Elbert S. Highland, 1942-1945.

53 11

Benjamin Hill, 1942-1944.

53 12

Hilltop Club, 1939-1940.

53 13

John Hines, 1943.

53 14

Benjamin Holmes, 1942.

53 15

William O. Holmes, 1943-1944.

53 16

Holy Trinity Baptist Church, 1950.

53 17

Daisie Hoover, 1942.

53 18

Hotel and Restaurant Employees, 1937-1939.

53 19

Charles H. Houston, 1930-1943.

53 20

Elsie Howard, 1943-1944.

53 21

Gene H. Howard, 1943-1946.

53 22

Gene H. Howard, 1947-1953.

53 23

Perry W. Howard, Esq., and the Republican National Convention, 1948-1950.

53 24

Maceo W. Hubbard, 1935-1936.

53 25

Frederick Hudson, 1942.

53 26

Virginia Hughes, 1955.

53 27

George W. Hulen, 1943.

53 28

Elijah L. Hunter, 1943.

53 29

Eulay Hurst, 1942-1943.

53 30

Hyman Hyden, 1943-1947.

53 31

Investigations, reports, 1942.

53 32

Romeo Izzard, 1943-1944.

53 33

Carrol Jackson, 1942.

53 34

Gladys Jackson, 1945-1947.

53 35

John Jackson, 1942-1943.

53 36

Lillian Williams Jackson, 1943.

53 37

W. Kirkwood Jackson, 1943.

53 38

Walter Jackson, 1943.

53 39

William Jackson, 1955.

53 40

Frank James, 1955.

53 41

Henry H. Jefferson, 1939-1940.

53 42

Henry H. Jefferson, 1940.

53 43

Richard Jett, 1958.

53 44

Alice Johnson, 1943-1944.

53 45

Arthur Johnson, 1955.

53 46

Bradford Johnson, 1942-1943.

53 47

Joyce Johnson, 1942.

53 48

Samuel George Johnson, 1942-1943.

53 49

Charles Henry Jones, 1943-1944.

53 50

Daniel Jones, 1951-1952.

53 51

Florence Taylor Jones, 1943.

53 52

Howard Jones, 1942.

53 53

James Arthur Jones, 1942.

54 1

James E. Jones, 1943.

54 2

James H. Jones, 1957.

54 3

McCleary Jones, 1943-1946.

54 4

O. J. Jones, 1945-1950.

54 5

Paul Jones, 1943.

54 6

Robert Jones, 1943-1944.

54 7

Rosa Lee Jones, 1943.

54 8

Saul Jones, 1943-1944.

54 9

Audrey Jordan, 1942-1944.

54 10

William E. Junius, 1956.

54 11

Juvenile Court Investigation, 1939.

54 12

Albert Loeb Katz, 1958.

54 13

Ollus Kelly, 1942.

54 14

T. Henderson Kerr and Louise Kerr, 1943.

54 15

Keystone Progressive club, 1934-1942.

54 16

Isabelle Kidd, 1943.

54 17

John Kinning, 1943.

54 18

James E. Kirkland, 1939.

54 19

Mary Ann Kane Knight, 1942-1943.

54 20

Application of Knights of Service, 1944-1948.

54 21

Harry Landrum, 1943-1944.

54 22

Laura Lane, 1946-1947.

54 23

Laura Lane, 1960-1966.

54 24

Max Lauer, 1941.

54 25

James Alvin Lawrence, 1942-1943.

54 26

Mattie Lawson, 1942-1943.

54 27

E. R. Lee, 1939-1940.

54 28

Edward Lee, 1943-1944.

54 29

Herbert Lee, 1943.

54 30

Norman L. Lee, 1941.

54 31

Norman and India Lee, 1953.

54 32

Samuel Lee, 1943.

54 33

Ira J. Lewis, 1937.

54 34

Isaac Lewis, 1943.

54 35

Lincoln Memorial Park, 1944-1945.

54 36

Hilda Lindsay, 1942-1943.

54 37

Little David Baptist Church, 1937-1938.

54 38

Martha Littleton, 1943.

54 39

Martha Littleton, 1943-1944.

54 40

Loans to clients, 1942-1956.

54 41

Rhoda Baylor Lockley, 1943.

54 42

Grace Lokey, 1943.

54 43

Helen L. Ludrick, 1943.

54 44

Effie D. Lundy, 1956.

54 45

William Luster, 1943.

54 46

Fletcher Mack, 1943.

54 47

James B. Madison, 1954.

54 48

Majestic Hotel waiters, 1939.

54 49

Willis Mahoney, 1942-1946.

54 50

Mariana Gardens, Inc., 1933-1951.

54 51

Mariana Gardens, Inc., 1951.

54 52

Roxy Marsh, 1942.

54 53

Claude Marshall, 1942-1943.

54 54

Rosa B. Martin, 1956.

54 55

Daniel Mathis, 1943.

54 56

John T. Matthews, 1943-1944.

55 1

Malinda Holden Matthews, 1942-1943.

55 2

Marie Matthews, 1943.

55 3

William D. Matthews, 1943-1944.

55 4

William A. Mayer, 1958.

55 5

Frank McAllister, 1943.

55 6

Charles McAvoy, 1943.

55 7

Susie K. McBeth, 1939-1943.

55 8

Ural McBride, 1943.

55 9

John McClain, 1944-1946.

55 10

Carl G. McCloud, 1952-1954.

55 11

Abram McCollins, 1945.

55 12

Dorothy McCowan, 1943.

55 13

Nunnie McCrary, 1943.

55 14

William McDaniel, 1943-1944.

55 15

John E. and Kathleen M. McGoohan, 1958-1973.

55 16

Grace Trower McGowan, 1940.

55 17

Mary McKee, 1942-1943.

55 18

Carl B. Meade, 1956.

55 19

Jetta M. Means, 1942-1943.

55 20

Mercury Insurance Co., 1958.

55 21

Mercury Insurance Co., 1958.

55 22

Mercury Insurance Co., 1958.

55 23

Mercury Insurance Co., 1958.

55 24

Mercury Insurance Co., 1959-1960.

55 25

Raleigh H. Merritt, 1942-1943.

55 26

Raleigh H. Merritt, 1943-1945.

55 27

Roy E. Miller, 1943-1944.

55 28

Roy E. Miller, 1944-1945.

55 29

Albert Millinder, 1943.

55 30

Oliver Ming v. Milton Horgan, 1957.

55 31

Kenny Minus, 1942-1943.

55 32

Walter Missimo, 1958.

55 33

Raymond Mitchell, 1942.

55 34

Charles A. Moore, 1943.

55 35

Irene Moorehead, 1943-1944.

55 36

Marshall H. Morgan, 1956.

55 37

Benjamin Morris, 1956.

55 38

Mortgage Investment List, 1939.

55 39

Morticians' Supplies Co., 1938.

55 40

Beatrice Morton, 1942-1945.

55 41

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 1936-1938.

55 42

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 1938-1945.

55 43

Mt. Evan Baptist Church, 1942.

55 44

Mt. Moriah Temple Baptist Church, 1937-1938.

55 45

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 1943.

55 46

Mt. Zion Church of Prayer, 1937-1938.

55 47

Roscoe Nash, 1943.

55 48

NAACP, 1938-1939.

55 49

National Guard, 1940.

55 50

National Medical Association, 1939.

55 51

National Medical Association, 1940-1943.

56 1

Edwin Newberry, 1943.

56 2

New Bethany Baptist Church, 1939-1940.

56 3

New Israel Brookston Baptist Church, 1946-1949.

56 4

New Israel Brookston Baptist Church, 1950.

56 5

New Israel Brookstone Baptist Church, 1950-1951.

56 6

Mary T. Newly, 1955.

56 7

New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 1939-1941.

56 8

New Salem Baptist Church, 1936.

56