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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Black Texas Women Archive, 1860-1865, 1897-1994



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Winegarten, Ruthe.
Title Black Texas Women Archive
Dates: 1860-1865, 1897-1994
Abstract This collection brings together a wide variety of materials about the history of Black women in Texas for the purpose of writing Black Texas Women: 150 Years of Trial and Triumph. by Ruthe Winegarten.
Extent 8 ft., 9 in.
Language English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Ruthe Winegarten, a historian and writer, teacher and lecturer, was born and raised in Texas. She received a Masters of Science in social work from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1970. From 1975-1978, she served as a visiting instructor and community coordinator at The University of Texas at Dallas where she worked toward a doctorate in the history of ideas. Through the Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources, she began working on the Texas Women’s History Project in 1978. She edited Texas Women’s History Project: Bibliography, Winegarten’s first book, and served as research director and curator of the Foundation’s traveling exhibit “Texas Women: A Celebration of History” which appeared throughout Texas in 1981 and 1982.

Winegarten wrote and co-wrote 18 books focusing on the history of women, African-Americans, Latinos, and Jews in Texas. In 1983, Winegarten published I Am Annie Mae, the story of black entrepreneur Annie Mae Hunt. Winegarten crafted the book into a musical which toured nationally. Other works by Winegarten include the following: Black Texas Women: A Sourcebook; Capitol Women: Texas Female Legislators, 1923-1999; and her last work, Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History.

Throughout her life, Winegarten participated in various community organizations including the League of Women Voters and B’nai B’rith of which she was Southwest Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League.

In June 2004, Ruthe Winegarten died in Austin at the age of 74.

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Scope and Contents

Research materials, including books, pamphlets, photographs, oral interviews and files assembled by Ruthe Winegarten for the purpose of writing her book Black Texas Women: 150 Years of Trial and Triumph..

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted access.

Use Restrictions

Unrestricted use.

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Related Material

Additional materials on Black Texas women and other documents related to this collection are included in the Ruthe Winegarten Papers, 1912-2004, also at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

See also the Ruthe Winegarten Family Papers, 1963-2001, also at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

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Administrative Information

Cite as

Black Texas Women Archive, 1860-1865, 1897-1994, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Inventory

box
2.325/B66 Advisory Committee, 1991
Austin History Center, 1989
Books, 1986-1992
Biographies, Texas Woman's University Finders Guide, 1989
Mrs. John Bates, 1991
Black Texas History Society, Austin, 1989-1993
Barker Center, 1990
Brazoria County, 1991
Black Women: Achievements Against Odds (Smithsonian), 1991
Dr. John Biggers, 1991-1992
Correspondence, 1990-1992
Mike Campbell, November 21, 1990 suggestions, 1990-1991
Corpus Christi Public Library, 1991
Patsy Cravens, 1991
Concepts, approaches, titles, 1991
Comanche Creek Press, 1992
Dallas Historical Society, 1990-1991
Dallas Public Library, 1992
Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, 1992
Dallas County Heritage Society, 1989
City of Dallas, 1991
Dodd Mead, 1991
Design, style suggestions, 1992
El Paso Public Library, 1991
Fort Worth Public Library, 1991
Farm photographs, undated
Field trips, undated
Notes for forward, undated
Jan Humphrey, 1991
R. C. Hickman, 1987-1992
Houston, things to do, undated
Huston-Tillotson
Harris County Heritage Society, 1991
Handbook of Texas, blacks, 1986
Institute of Texas Cultures, 1991-1992
Frances James, undated
Log, status of chapters sent out, 1992
Museums, 1991
Newspapers, undated
Overviews, 1990-1991
Judy McArthur, 1991
Magazine of Afro-American Culture, 1991-1992
Lianne Mercer, 1991
Methodology, undated
Museum of East Texas, 1991
Outlines, 1990-1992
Reading Committee, 1991-1993
Rice University Press, 1991-1992
Resources, 1990
San Antonio Public Library, 1991
State Bar of Texas, 1991
Chapter summaries/list of documents, 1990-1991
Texas State Historical Association, Handbook of Texas, Conference on Blacks, 1986
Ellen C. Temple, 1992
THC, 1992
Titles, undated
Texas Tech, 1991
Texas A&M University Press, 1991
University of Texas San Antonio, 1992
University of North Texas Press, Fran Vick, 1990-1991
University of Wisconsin, 1991
Work plan, ideas, 1980-1991
box
2.325/B67 Black Heritage Calendar: Black Dallas Remembered, 1987
Biographical sketches, typescript, undated
Christia Adair-Schlesinger, oral history, October 23, 1977 - January 10, 1980; April 25, 1972 - October 8, 1979
Merle Yvonne Mikes (Adams), Born and Bred, May 1986
Celia Allen, undated
Debbie Allen, July 26, 1977 - September 15, 1993
American Missionary Association, January 31, 1868
Clara Anderson, undated
Mary Anderson, December 9, 1991 - June 29, 1992
Vivian Ayers, September 30, 1993
Alpha Kappa Alpha, July 1988 - May 1992
Clara Anderson, Travis County, undated
Association for the Study of AALC, May 15, 1986 - October 24, 1993
Aunt Molly, undated
Austin Community Welfare Association, October 30, 1992 - August 28, 1993
Artists, February 1988 - September 1992
Aunt Dicy, undated
Austin:
6th street exhibit, Carver Museum catalogue, November 14, 1986 - May 31, 1987
Women's organizations, January 30, 1989 - Fall 1992
6th street, the Image of the Black Entrepreneur, February 19, 1987
East Austin history (Carver), pamphlet, photographs, etc., June 1977 - November 1993
1992
Jim Crow Ordinance, 1906
Diane Bagsby, Ft. Worth, 1989-1991
Lavinia Bell, February 11, 1991
Josephine Bellinger, August 26, 1991 - October 8, 1991
Gwendolyn Bennett, undated
Black Arts Alliance, 1990-1991
Black Women's History Project, 1981-1982
Bowden, Artemesia, 1987
Sharon Bridgeforth, 1993
Mary F. Mitchell (Brown), to her sister concerning Ann, 1955
Anita Beunkley, 1994
Carver Cultural Center, San Antonio, 1990-1992
Ethelyn M. Chisom, Dallas, undated
Conner dissertation, Virginia Spurlin, 1991
Craft/Schlessinger interview, 1977
Dallas:
Freedman's town/cemetery, early history, 1990
Black Dallas remembered, 1986
Black Women file suit, 1989
City Council at Large controversy, 1992
Miscellaneous, 1991
The Green Side of Black, 1982
South Dallas, undated
Dallas County Pioneer Association, undated
"Black Women: Achievement Against the Odds," 1981
Resources, 1990
Freedman's cemetery, schools, 1990
Joppa community, 1993
Miscellaneous, 1978-1990
Dallas Public Library, 1990
Arizona Dranes, blind gospel singer, Dallas, born 1904
Letitia Guillory, 1992
Dallas Express, miscellaneous articles, 1963
Delta Sigma Theta, 1988
Mrs. Ada Bell DeMent, 1984
ERA, Texas and national, 1985-1992
Roxanne Evans, 1993
Mary Hall, is left property by White, Harrison County, undated
Mary Hall, adultery case, Galveston, 1865
Harlem Renaissance, 1989
Janie Harrison, interview, 1993
Bernice Hart, undated
Darlene Clark Hine, 1987
Home Demonstration Agents, undated
Houston Defender, black newspaper, 1986
Houston time line, 1987
Houston Center for Photography, 1991
Houston: Freedman's Town, 4th Ward, 1991
Gladys Humphrey, UPWA leader, 1992
Winsome Jean, 1989
Dr. Howard Jones, 1991
Edna Kinchion, July 29, 1941
Kuumba House, 1993
Marshall (Harrison City) history, 1976
Memphis State University, Center for Research on Women, 1992
Sonceria Messiah, 1992
Mexican War, 1962
Museum of Agriculture, 1992
Prairie View, 1991
Phylicia Rashad, 1993
NAACP, Shillady affair, 1919
Prairie View, NYA stuff, 1902
Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, 1991
Annie Moore Schwein, undated
Eliza Searcy, Lockhart, undated
Texas African American Heritage Organization, 1993
WPA, undated
Dr. George Wright, 1991
Mel Banks, Pursuit of Equality, 1920-1950
Brophy, The Black Texans, undated
Dulaney, "Whatever Happened to the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas," 1993
Morris, "Reading, `Ritin, and Reconstruction," 1981
National Women's History Project, Women's History News, 1991
Swint, "The Northern Teacher in the South," 1967
box
2.325/F51.7 Free Women of Color:
Individual documents, biographies, 1985-1992
Time Line, undated
Background
Outline for narrative, individual sketches, final
1860 census
Drafts, themes, background, 1991
Free People of Color, city ordinances, Austin, Houston,
Free Men of Color, 1986-1991
Frieda's final comments, edits, 1991
John Hope Franklin, on free people of color, undated
Werden chapter 1, undated
Business, pre-Civil War, 1986
Campbell, comments, Free Women of Color, undated
Dulaney's comments, Free Women of Color, undated
Barker Center, Natchez Trace Collection
Slavery:
Addington, Slave Insurrection in Texas, October 1950
Rawick, American Slave Background Information, 1984
Ads and sales, undated
Stephen F. Austin, undated
William Bollaert's Texas, undated
Rose Brewer concept paper, 1980
Brutality against slaves, undated
Mike Campbell speech, undated
Campbell, "Negro Slave in Harrison County," 1973
Chambers County
Spencer, slave culture, undated
Slave narrative, culture stuff, undated
Dallas, 1869 burning, Donald Peyson, 1990
Curlee, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 1922, 1973
Emancipation Proclamation, undated
Foner, lecture on slavery, 1981
John Hope Franklin, runaways, December 9, 1991
"The Great Hanging of Gainesville," by Barrett, 1963
Groce Plantation, undated
Dilue Harris, undated
Speech on German Texans and Slavery, Texas State Historical association, 1992
Lack, "Urban Slavery in the Southwest," 1973
Slavery laws, Mexico, Republic of Texas Constitution, 1986
Overview information, 1991
Photo caption information, undated
Pregnancy
Purchase documents, undated
Rawick, salve narratives, undated
Rawick, supplement, series 2, Vol. 3, Part 2, undated
Religion, undated
Resistance, undated
Tyler, "Slave Narrative of Texas"
Slave trade, 1956, 1964
Readings
Time Line, undated
Travis, William B., Diary, 1833-1834
Texas Humanist: "Texas Slave Family," Spring 1985
Texas Humanist article using slave narratives, 1984-1985
Rawick, slave narratives, series 2, part 6, Vol. 7, 1937-1938
Travis County, miscellaneous, undated
White attitudes, undated
Slave narratives, Travis County, 1937
John Webster Plantation Journal, 1858-1859
White women's views, 1848-1863
Rose Williams, 1846
Work, 1835-1861
Summaries: Franklin, Gutman, Jones, Genovese, Lerner, Stampp, undated
Chapter 2, slavery:
Jan's edit, 1991 - January 1, 1992
Freida's edit
Next to last draft
Civil War, 1987-1990
Juan Cortina, Brownsville, 1983
Legal cases, undated
Family religion, 1986
Fox-Genovese, summary, undated
Jordan "Steinart's View, 1849"
Andrew McCormick, 1897
Harriet Robinson, undated
Winnie and Shankle, Newton County, 1984
Elizabeth Silverthorne, undated
Pease, 1854
Suicide, 1854
Bryan and Kemp high schools, 1885-1985
Sayersville Historical Society Bulletins, 1982-1988
Claudia Jones, "An End to the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman!" 1949
Carrie P. Hines, The Surmounters, 1959
National Institute for Women of Color, newsletters and press releases, 1985-1991
Douglass Club, year book, 1990-1991
box
2.325/F64.1 African American Art Exhibit, Dallas Museum of Art, 1989
African American Reflections book store, 1990
Ailey, Lula (Cooper) obituary, December 2, 1989
Ruth Allen, notes
Tommie Jane Allen, 1986
Vera Allen, 1986
Amarillo, undated
American Missionary Association, 1990
Jessie Daniel Ames, Changing Nature of Lynching
Jessie Daniel Ames, 1919-1965
Amistad book store, Houston, Texas, 1983-1990
Cora Anderson, 1991
Marian Anderson, photograph, article, 1935, 1991
Verna Arnold, 1984
Bertram Allen, 1992
Helen Austin, 1984
Austin Center for Battered Women, 1992
Austin-Clarksville
Austin-Anderson high school, 1988-1991
Austin Lyceum Debates, 1939-1941
Wesley H. Passon Historical Society
Austin, Arlene Youngblood, paper written in 1979 1920s,
East Austin, 1984
Austin, Saint Edward's Baptist Church, 1984
Austin Country, 1983-1991
Evelyn Neal Austin, 1992
Lula Austin, 1984
Nannie Bell Aycox, 1965
Pearl Bailey, 1969
Annie Rucker Baker, 1988-1992
Glo Dean Baker, 1988
Olivia Banks
Gwendolyn Barbee, 1983
Marian E. Barnes, 1990-1993
Ida B. Wells Barnett, 1990
Marguerite Ross Barnett, 1990-1992
Bastrop County, 1993
Gertrude (Trudy) Batiste, San Antonio Girl Scout leader
Sadie Baylor, 1977
Beauty aids, undated
Becnel, Nia Dorian, 1990
Dr. Reva Houston Bell, Ft. Worth professor, early child education, Texas Christian University, undated
Bexar Archives, undated
Birmingham Civil Rights Center, 1992
Bishop College, history, 1939
Cara Black, undated
Gloria Black, 1988
Black Muslims/B1 Nationalism, undated
Black Panthers, 1991
Black Texans Historical Society, July 26-27, 1991
Annie Webb Blanton, 1989
Naomi Perry Blassingill, 1991
Jules Bledoe, undated
Bluitt's Sanatarium, Dallas, undated
Lillian Bodden, undated
Alice Bonner, undated
Book catalogs, 1992-1993
Thelma Boston, 1977, 1985
Black History Month, 1986
Vivian Bowser, undated
Carmen Bradford, Austin, 1990, 1991
Mary Elizabeth Branch, undated
Brown vs. Board of Education, 1991
Anita Brown, undated
Charlie Brown and Isabella Dance Brown, 1985-1991
Clara Jackson Brown, 1940
Black Images Book Bazaar, Dallas, 1990
Black Arts Alliance, 1979-1992
Mason Brewer, 1991
Sharon Bridgeforth, poet, 1992-1993
Laverne Britt, San Antonio artist, 1990
Marie Brooks, undated
Velma B. Brooks, March 1993
Dr. Dorothea Brown, 1960-1990
Laura Franklin Brown, 1991
Thelma Brown, undated
Urissa Rhone Brown, undated
Willie Brown, January 1986
Brownsville, 1906, 1992
Bryan, 1985-1992
Andrea Bryant, October 1990
Rebecca Drayden Buard, Marshall Teacher, League of Women Voters, library promoter, undated
Annie Buchanan, 1959, 1983
Buffalo Soldiers, July 20, 1992
Jesse B. Bullock, Dallas, February 10, 1977
Anita Bunkley, 1990
Zinetta Burney, Houston, October 1990
Mrs. E. E. Burnett
Ellen Burnham Mockman Young, 1981
Elouise Burrell, 1983-1988
Barbara Burton, 1992
Business, miscellaneous, June 19, 1992
Calanthe, Court of, 1963-1985
"Calling All Women" Conference, University of Texas, Austin, March 23, 1991
Jane Johnson Calloway, Dallas, Muddy Creek Clan, Wood-Coal business, 1986
Ann Campbell, 1991
Camp Logan, 1989-1992
Pauline Watkins Campbell, 1938
Caroline, undated
Mrs. S. P. Carrington, 1925
Donna Carter, October 12, 1988
Carver Museum, 1988-1991
Carver Center, San Antonio, 1991
Caufield Women, Waco, 1986
Jocelyn Chadwick, Joshua, 1990-1991
Marie Chambers, May 6, 1984
Henson, Chambers County, 1990-1991
Lovella Champion, undated
Mabel Chandler, undated
Rev. Marion Childress, Usher, 1991
Child welfare, 1986
Mrs. C. H. (Urissa) Christian, 1975
Christine Clardy, September 3, 1991
Miscellaneous church, social stuff, 1913-1992
Church timeline, 1865-1900
Civil Rights timeline, undated
Donna Clack, November 1, 1979
Church, 1987-1992
Beverley Clark, 1991
Pat Clark
Sheila Clark, 1984
Beatrice Woodard Burley Clay Collection (Institute of Texan Cultures), 1991
Clubs, 1941-1990
Club movement, white women, undated
Club movement, overviews, 1981
Virginia Collins, undated
Irene Cobb, Waco, March 17, 1989
Cheryll Cody, 1987-1992
Lanelle Cofer, 1979-1986
Colleges, black, 1991
Izola Collins, Galveston, April 6, 1991
Colorado County, November 18, 1991
Colored National Farmers Alliance, undated
Confederate symbols, February 10, 1991
Congresswomen, May 2, 1993
Karne Conley, state representatives, Bexar County, 1989-1993
Onie B. Conley, 1990, 1992
Linda Conner, March 11, 1988
Barbara Conrad, 1984-1992
Convict labor, March 25, 1985
Celeste S. Cook, Teague, undated
Shirlene Cook, Beaumont, undated
J. California Cooper, 1990-1992
Wilmer Cooper, coach, October-November 1992
Corpus Christi, February 12, 1991
Corsicana, undated
Algerene Craig, 1988, 1991
Judith Craven, 1989-1992
Lucille Crawford, 1981-1991
Roberta Dodd Crawford, 1989
Mrs. V. E. Crawford, 1960
Andelina Dowdie (Mrs. Norris Wright) Cuney, undated
Cuney Family, undated
Dr. Beulah Agnes Curry-Jones, October 14, 1987
Stephen and Adeline Curtis, undated
Dallas; Vivian Williamson-Johnson "The History of Freedman Town...," undated
Lulu B. Daily, January 1952
Dr. Thelma Daniels, 1990
Katie Darling (Tyler, S1 narrative) 1974
Algenita Scott Davis, May 3, 1991
Angela Davis, women, race and class, convict labor, sexual exploitation, 1990
Bert Etta Davis, 1981
Beverly Davis, March 27, 1992
Clarissa Davis, 1992
Blanche Johnson Davis, Dallas, undated
Deralyn Davis, undated
Yvonne Davis, 1992
Shirley DeLibero, Dallas, January 1988
Reverend and Mrs. Nelson Denson, Marlin, Falls County, 1984
Denton, 1991
Depression, 1987
Dr. Elneita Dever, April 15, 1979
Sara Dickerson, undated
Marian Dillard, 1973, 1991
Doctors, undated
Domestics, undated
Rev. J. Brendonly Douglas, 1987
W. E. B. DuBois, 1992
Almetris Duren, 1979-1981
East Texas State University, Oral History Project, 1986
Education, court cases, 1992
Education, xeroxes, out takes, 1925-1991
Ada Edwards, 1991
Dr. Lena Edwards, 1991
Elected officials, 1991-1992
Jane Elkins, undated
El Paso Women, February 13, 1974
Dorothy Emanuel, Waco, 1985
Dr. Carla Emery, Austin Podiatrist, August 14, 1987
Environment, November 22-28, 1991
Environmental racism, December 7, 1992
Roxanne Evans, 1991-1992
Exodusters, 1986
Norma Faison, 1992
Family, black family special issue, Nation, 1977-1992
Family reunions, July 23, 1992
James Farmer Papers, 1988
Sandra Farmer-Patrick, August 20, 1993
Farmers, August 3, 1992
Farmers Improvement Society, June 1991
Charlye O. Farris, April 1991
Feminism articles, 1988-1991
Films, 1985
Benita Fitgerald Brown, January 1988
Arizona Fleming, 1985
Francine Floyd, 1991
Dr. Gloria Floyd, 1986
Folklore, 1991
Folktales bookstore, 1992
Barbara Foreman
Fort Worth, 1991
Dickey Foster, undated
Adrian Rhae Fowler, 1984
J. E. Franklin, 1991
Madam N. A. Franklin, undated
Julia Caldwell Frazier, undated
John Hope Franklin "From Slave to Freedom," undated
Frontier, forts, ranching, 1986-1989
box
2.325/F64.2 Rev. Matt Gaines, 1991
Galveston, undated
Gainesville, 1975
Toni Gardner, 1992
Zina Garrison, 1983
Marcus Garvey, 1992
Willie Leegay, 1992
Gender article, Joan W. Scott, undated
Genealogy for blacks, undated
Eliza Davis George, 1991
Mary Keys Gipson, Ft. Worth, 1991
Helen Giddings, January 20, 1993
Marie Gilbert, May 1990
Kathlyn Gilliam, Dallas, 1975
Girl Scouts, 1983-1991
Elizabeth Glasco, Austin restaurant owner, 1986-1987
Willie Lee Glass, 1992
Mrs. M. B. Glover, Ft. Worth nurse, undated
Maxine Golightly, September 21, 1992
Barbara Goodall, Corsicana, May 20, 1991
Gwendolyn Irene Gordon, Waco, undated
Lena Hamilton Graves, 1991
Theresa Graves, undated
Greater Dallas Housing Opportunity Center, 1970
Della Green, 1992
Walter Griffin, 1983-1984
Sutton Griggs, undated
Guadalupe College, Seguin, undated
Carlette Guidry, 1991
Annette Hamilton, 1990
Laquita Hamilton, August 22, 1990
Mary Lucille Melton Hampton, 1985
Handbook of Texas Conference, Black Texans, 1986
Carrie Handcock-Spencer, 1991
Ada Harden, 1987
Elizah Harriet, letter, 1873
Dr. Cynthia E. Harris, September 17, 1992
Delilah Harris, undated
Dilue Harris, 1834
Fannie Chase Harris, undated
Fran Harris, 1990
Brig. Gen. Marcelite Harris, 1990
Dr. Cecile Harrison, 1991
Dian Johnson Harrison, 1984
Emma Harrison, Waco, undated
Lullelia Harrison, 1967-1991
Meata Harrison, 1990
Bernice Hart, 1989-1991
Pamela Hart, 1992
Cheryl Hawkins, 1986
Gloria Lee-Haywood, Galveston, 1986
Health, 1931-1992
Dr. Theresa Hearne-Haynes, 1980, 1990
Elsie-Faye Heggins, 1983
Laura Hemphill, 1985
Hemphill, Texas, 1988
Judge Mary Ellen Hicks, Ft. Worth, 1977, 1993
Renee Higginbotham Brooks, 1991
Highlander Center, 1992
Bernice Polk Hightower, Galveston, 1986
Mrs. Ada Wilson Hill, Galveston, 1929-1968
Agnes Hill, Victoria, churchwork, 1990
Anita Hill, 1991
Historical and cultural activities, 1991
Jennifer Holliday, 1980-1991
Tilda Holma, 1984
Houses, 1988, 1991
Joshua Houston, 1993
Sam Houston
Houston Chronicle, 1940s-1950s
Houston Negro School of Nursing, 1982-1991
Ora Houston, Epis leader, 1985
Dee Howard, 1990
Emma Jewell Hughes, 1949
Howard University, 1992
Bobbi Humphrey, 1975-1991
Huston-Tillotson College, 1990
Viola Stinson Hynson, 1985, 1991
Boze Ikard, 1990-1991
Mayor Willie Mane Iles, 1990
Indians, blacks, undated
Indians, 1990
Interreligious Activities of Jewish women, 1935-1988
Cheryl Irvin, 1991
Barbara Jean Jacket, Prairie View, 1991-1992
Brenda Jackson, 1991
Elizabeth Jackson, 1985
Robena Jackson, 1984-1990
Jacksonville, 1991-1992
Peggy James, 1990
Flo Jasper, 1990
Jeanes School, 1979
Erma Jefferson, 1984, 1992
Mildred Jefferson, 1992
Maurine Jefferson, 1990
Jora T. Jitahidi, Austin, 1986-1987
Brig. General Hazel Johnson, not Texas, 1983
Iola Johnson, 1992
Jessalyn Gay Johnson, 1986
LBJ and Civil Rights (Caro), 1991
Norma Johnson, Austin Capital Metro, 1992
Armye Jones, 1949
Dr. Beulah Curry Jones, 1983
Charles Etta Jones, undated
Dela Jones, 1992
Edith Irby Jones, 1978-1979
Emma Jones, photographer, 1978-1979
Ethel Jones, Texarkana, undated
Gaynelle Griffith Jones, 1992-1993
Iris Jones, 1990-1991
Lula V. Jones, 1982
Zora Jones, 1991-1992
Barbara Jordan, 1963-1993
Martha Jordan, 1992
Journal of Negro History, 1982
Judges, 1991
Juneteenth, 1987-1992
Mrs. S. G. Kay, undated
Col. Keating, Dallas, undated
Judge Brenda Kennedy, 1991
Kerrville Texas Sanitarium for Blacks, 1992
Marvin Kimbrough, 1986
Alice Taylor King, 1984-1992
Martin Luther King, 1990
Kyle, Texas 1981
Kwanzaa, 1984-1992
Labor leaders, 1992
Jean Lacy, Dallas artist, 1989-1992
Lillian Lewis, 1990
Lady Longhorns, 1990
Laguna Gloria, 1989
Lake Jackson Plantation, 1993
Catherine Lamkin, 1978
Dorothea Lange, 1991-1992
Oliver Law, 1991
Annette Lawrence, 1991
Eloise Laws, 1970
Fannie Mae Lawless, 1988
Leadership Texas, 1993
League of Women Voters, 1992
Dr. Naomi Lede, 1991-1992
Sheila Jackson Lee, 1989-1991
Legal, 1908
Legal Rights time line, 1936-1975
Legislators, 1966-1993
Legislators, Black, Reconstruction, 1873-1989
Alison Leland, 1991-1992
Bernice C. Sanders Leonard, Corpus Christi, undated
Mrs. E C. B. Le Query, Temple
Idella Lewis, 1983
Lillian Tucker Lewis, undated
Linda Lewis, 1992
Lora Livingston, 1992
Betty Lockhart, 1977
Alice Dunn Logan, 1992
Mrs. Ralph (Kate) Long, 1992
Longview, 1991
Louisiana, 1991
Ms. R. S. Lovinggood, 1991
Toni Luckett, UT Student Assembly Resident, 1990-1991
Audre Lourde, 1992
Lufkin, 1991
Anne Lundy, 1990-1993
Eloise Lundy, WPA worker-parks, Dallas Depression, 1987-1991
Lynchings, undated
Barbara Lynn, 1991
Eliza McCabe, 1984
Ada McCloud, Galveston, undated
Myra McDaniel, 1984-1991
Tracy McDaniel, undated
Gabrielle McDonald, 1980-1993
William McDonald, 1990
Jewell McGovern, Houston, 1980
Edna Nixon McIver, 1991
Mamie McKnight, 1989-1990
Clara McLaughlin, Black TV station owners, 1985-1987
Lori McNeil, tennis, Houston, 1987
Blanche Mae Preston McSmith, 1985-1991
Madisonville, undated
Malcolm X, 1992
Vivienne Malone-Mayes, ca. 1990
Mama Sugar, Arcola Sugar Shack Trailblazers, 1988
Dorothy Mann, 1991
Mae Marion, Austin, 1991-1992
Marion County, 1992
Dr. Shirley Marks-Brown, 1978-1992
Thurgood Marshall, 1993
Lavonne Mason, 1986-1991
Ollie Lee McMillan Mason, 1993
Matagorda County, 1915-1991
Sebiletso Matabane, 1988-1992
Estella Maxey, undated
Mayors, Black, undated
Mays Family, Robstown, 1983-1990
Osceola Mays, 1991
Bertha Means, 1975-1990
Medallion, 1992
Angela Shelf Medearis, undated
Migration, undated
Vicki Miles, undated
Military, 1943-1992
Dons (Done) Miller, Waco, 1988-1991
Dr. Beverly Mitchell-Brooks, 1990-1992
Bobbie J. Mitchell, Mayor, Lewisville, 1993
Debra Mobley-Sadler, 1991
The Montague Collection, 1989
Jenny Moore, 1992
Lucille Moore, 1991-1992
Rita Moore, 1990-1991
Rosa Lee Moore "Aunt Jemima", 1992
Kittye Mooring, Houston, 1982, undated
Azie Taylor Morton, 1980-1992
Lizzie Delashwah Morton, Austin, school principal, undated
Rosa Mosely, Houston, 1991
Kirsten Mullen, 1992
Multicultural, 1991
Multi-Ethnic Heritage Foundation, Dallas, 1992
Murchison, Mahalia, 1989-1991
Musicians, Black, women, 1985-1993
Negro National Anthem, undated
NOW, 1991
National Business League, undated
Nancy Scott Home for Decrepit Old Women, 1978-1986
Louisa Nash, 1867
Sunny Nash, Bryan, 1990-1991
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Craven, 1992
National Women of Achievement, 1990
National Women's Political Caucus, 1991
Negro History week, in schools, 1990
Narvell Neves, 1989
Newspapers, 1937-1991
Carolyn Newman, 1992
Pansy Nichols, undated
Niobe, 1992
Drusilla Tandy Nixon and Dr. L. A. Nixon, 1966-1993
Nurses, Black, 1942-1989
Hazel Obey, 1988-1993
Old 300, 1897-1954
Organizations, 1988
Mrs. Harriet Owens, 1987
Nell Irvin Painter, undated
box
2.325/F64.3 Seaholm: White Women's Club Movement, 1988
Palestine, Texas, 1992
Jacques Patterson, 1991
Lucy Patterson, 1975-1982
Paul Quinn College, 1990-1992
August Barrett Payne, Houston, 1986
Donald Payton, 1983
Peace Activities, 1992
Hazel Harvey Peace, Fort Worth, 1989
Doris Hollis Pemberton, 1990
Edna Pemberton, 1992
Hannah Perryman, undated
Philanthropists, undated
Esther Phillips, 1987
Photographers, 1983-1986
Mrs. L. G. Pinkston, 1990
Allie Faye Pitts, undated
Dr. Merline Pitre, 1990
Bo Pleaseant, 1989
Police women, 1991
Politics, 1970-1990
Political parties, role of women, undated
Kitty House Pollard, Austin, 1987
Lillie Portley, undated
John Wiley Price, 1991
Prisoners, 1917
Mamie Moore Proctor, 1989
Inez Prosser, 1991
Jakie Pruett, As We Lived, 1982
Racism, 1990
Diane Ragsdale, 1992
Rainbow Coalition, 1988
Ranching, 1991
Phylicia Rashad, 1990
Linda Reed, 1991
Religion, 1993
Harriet Reynolds, undated
Hester Ross Reynolds, 1922
Edna Odessa Humphries Rhambo, first Black bachelors degree, UT, 1987
Lillian Richard (Aunt Jemima) see Lillian Williams
Daisy Richards, Houston, singer, undated
Estelle Massey Osborne Riddle, 1979-1989
Sharon "Missy" Roberts, 1988
Deborah Roberts, artist Ebony, from Austin, 1992
Velma Roberts, 1992
Almeta Roberts, 1993
Dorothy Robinson, 1987
Fanny Robinson, undated
Janice Robinson, 1992
Roe vs. Wade observance, 1992
Lenora Rolla, Fort Worth, 1986-1993
"Roots," TV, 1991
Clara Ross, 1991
Iola Winn Rowan, 1986
Leoma Rowen, Dallas, undated
George Ruby, 1982
Rydolf family, 1991
Mrs. A. W. Rysinger, 1983-1988
Gloria Scott, 1980
Willa "Bill" Scott, Houston, barbershop, 1990
Scottsboro boys, 1987
Seamstresses, undated
Segregation, railroad cars, 1991
Audry Selden, 1992
Pearl Seul, Houston, 1991
Sister Marie Sharke, 1885
Sarah Howard Shelton, Austin, Dentist, 1872-1932
Alyce Shields, Rockdale, 1986
Dr. Mary Sias, also see Dallas Y file, 1988
Althea Simmons, 1990
Ann Simmons, Galveston, 1991
Mae D. Simmons, 1948
Eleanor Faye Sims, 1983
Mary Jane Sims, Austin, undated
Ana Sisnett, 1992
Lizzie Smith, 1928
Hattie Sneed, Tyler, 1986
Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, undated
Songs, 1986
Southern Conference of Afro-American Studies, undated
Southern Conference, Women's History, 1991
Sororities, undated
Sorosis, 1992
Dr. Clifton Sparks, 1983
Elizabeth Spates, undated
Nelda Wells Spears, 1992
Spelman College, 1982
Victoria Spivey, 1985
Sports, 1992
Spratts Family, Beaumont, 1889
State Fair of Texas, 1985
Sterling, We are Your Sister, and The Trouble They Seen, 1976
Chloe Stevens, undated
Henrietta Stevenson, San Antonio, undated
Maudest Wells Stewart, 1989
Mrs. Annie Belle Stokes, undated
Nancy Phillips Stokes, 1987
Claudia Stuart, Amarillo, 1990
Virginia Stull, 1991
Lou Nelle Sutton, undated
Heman Sweatt, 1993
Barbara Taft, 1991
Taylor, 1990
Dr. Betty Taylor-Thompson, 1990
Regina Taylor, 1992
Cynthia Taylor-Edwards, 1992
Elnora Teal, Photographer, Houston, 1986
Teachers, 1990
Viola Cornelia Scull Tedford, 1888-1974
Temple, 1981
Texas Association for the Study of Afro-American Life, 1985-1988
Texas Constitution, 1991
Texas Council of Negro Organizations, undated
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, 1991
Texas Southern University, 1989
Bessie Thomas, undated
Cassandra Thomas, 1991
Jessie Thomas, "A Study of Social Welfare; Houston, Recreational Activities," 1929
Mrs. Ruby Thompson, Galveston, 1991
Hope Thompson, undated
Rezolia Cleopatra Grisson Thrash, Dallas, undated
Senfronia Thompson, 1993
Veda Tindle, Rockdale, 1985
Top Ladies of Distinction, 1989-1992
Elizabeth Trammell, 1983
Trammel, 7 Pines, (Harriet Evans and other slave material), 1987
Alvernon King Tripp, undated
Ntosake Tshange, 1982
Dorothy Turner, 1984-1992
Priscilla Tyler, 1882-1942
Urban Bushwomen (WATW), 1992
Butler-Wrights, 1990
UT Medical Branch at Galveston, 1967
UT Austin, 1991-1992
Charles Urdy, 1988
Victoria, undated
Volunteerism, 1992
Waco, 1991
Elise Warenskjold, undated
Celeste Walker, 1989-1991
Madam C. J. Walker, 1925
Paula Walker, 1989
Dr. Shiela S. Walker, 1991
Daniel Webster Wallace, `80 John Farmer, cattle, 1986
Emma Wallace, 1991
Frances Blake Wallace, undated
Maudrie Walton, 1985
Sippie Wallace, 1986-1991
Alvia Wardlaw, 1991
Mary E. Warren, Photographer, Houston, undated
Booker T. Washington, 1911
Jessie M. Washington, Troy, Texas, 1985-1990
Jesse Washington, lynching, 1916
Leona Ford Washington, El Paso, 1991
Barbara Watkins, 1986
Wendy Watriss, photos, 1983
Mary Watts, Dallas, undated
Betsy Webster, 1991
Doris (Mrs. Carter) Westley, publisher, undated
Mabel Wesley, undated
Barbara White, 1991
Miss Ella Ruth White, Dallas, undated
Gazelle White, undated
Lavelle White, undated
Lunita White, Dallas, undated
Rachel Whitfield, 1814-1908
Wichita Falls, undated
John Wider, undated
Wiley College, Marshall, 1987
Mrs. Georgia Blakemore Williams, undated
Elizabeth Williams, "TEX" photographer, WACS, 1924-1992
Lillian William, 1989-1993
Martell Walker Williams, undated
Priscilla L. Williams, 1897-1987
Rosie Williams, photo, undated
Madam R. C. Wiley Williams, 1922
Thelma Williams, undated
Williamson County, 1991
Carrie Sykes Willie, 1977-1990
Dr. Rosalee Wingate, 1990-1992
Joan Winn, undated
Woodard Studio, Dallas, 1985
Stephanie Woods, 1991
Carter G. Woodson, 1993
Julie Wormley, 1985
Carolyn Wright, Dallas Judge, 1986
Geo. Wright, Overview, Sources, 1990
Annie Lois Wright, Brenham, 1986
Vera Wright, Brazoria, undated
Mrs. R. L. Yacome, Houston, 1991
Albertine Hall Yeager, undated
Stella Youngblood, 1991-1992
Woolfolk, Free Negro in Texas; Turner's Safety Valve, 1965
Roses and Randolph - Harlem Ren. and Beyond, 1990
McCaslin, "Steadfast in His Intent," 1950
Neiman, Donald G., two articles, 1989, 1991
Olien, Oil Booms, 1982
O'Connor, Cryin' for Daylight, 1989-1991
Humphrey, "History of the Col. Farmers Alliance," 1975
Slavery laws: Regulations in Mexico, undated
Chapter 2: Slavery outline, undated
Emma Jackson, Petticoat Lobby, 1980
"Pictorial History of Austin Blacks," 1939-1920
Out-takes xeroxes of photos, 1866-1992
Outlines, 1976-1992
Bibliography, 1991-1992
Bibliography, older versions, 1979-1992
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2.325/F79c Anita Bunkley, March 18, 1994
Patsy Oliver, May 20, 1994
Susan Richardson, May 26, 1994
Myrtle Royster, November 20, 1991
Alvernon Tripp, 1990
Lou Nelle Sutton, July 3, 1994
Alvia Wardlaw, March 7, 1993
Carrie Mae Weems
Dr. Deborah Williams, 1991
Dallas Links, Black History Month, Annie Mae Hunt, 1992
Museum of African American Life, Dallas
Austin, Anderson High, June 30, 1994
Frontiers, 1992-1994
The Race Society
Brazoria County, 1993
Weddings, September 26, 1993
"White Violence; Texas Blacks: 1865-1868," paper by Barry A. Crouch
"Negro Exodus from Southern States," U. S. Congress, Senate report #693- 1880
"Goodbye to a River," John Rogers, 1960
Black Texas Women: Early Outlines, think pieces
Mrs. Charles E. (Hattie) White, 1958, 1981-1995
Dr. Carol Surles, President, Texas Woman's University, 1994-1995
Naomi Polk, artist, 1989
Sarah Jordan Powell, 1998
Ruth Simmons, 1999
Algenita Scott Davis, 1995
Austin Community Welfare Association, undated
Sarah Barnes, 1867-1871, 1885, 1889, 1982-1992, and undated
Dr. Judith Craven, 1995-1997 and undated
Barbara Conrad, 1857, 1987-1996
BDW [Black Dallas Women], photos
Irma Hall
Matrice Kirk
African American Museum flyers, announcements
Black Texas Women, readers’ reports
Brave Black Women, list of photos, permissions
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2.325/F256 Black registry, 1991-1992
Video/oral interview:
Newsome Family, Simonton, Ft. Bend County, Texas, interviewed by Barbara Rosenberg, undated
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2.325/L30 Chapter 2, July 21, 1993
Chapter 4, Reconstruction, family life, churches, Freedmen's Bureau schools
Slavery photocopy
Chapter 2, Slavery, Campbell story, January 20, 1992
Chapter 3 & 4, June 13-14, 1993
Chapter 3, "Free at Last," next to last draft, April 16, 1992
Chapter 3, Information for conclusion, undated
Chapter 4, "Violence" out takes, 1977, 1990
Chapter 5, "Politics and Protest, 1865-1900," June 26, 1992
Chapter 3, "Eman, Work, and Family, 1865-1900," January 18, 1992
Chapter 4, "Sexual Exploitation," undated
Barr, Brophy, 1900-1920, undated
Chapter 4, Reconstruction notes, undated
Chapter 4, "Politics and Protest, 1865-1900," undated
Chapter 4, notes "Politics and Protest, 1865-1900," March 1992
Chapter 4, "B1 Female Resistance, 1878-1897"
Chapter 4, "Grange, Pop, Farmers," undated
Chapter 3, "Family Life," undated
Reconstruction, politics, miscellaneous
Reconstruction, Work, Family Life, undated
Chapter 8, "Culture," undated
Old chapter 3, now chapter 4, January 7, 1992
Reconstruction, miscellaneous, 1865-1876, undated
Chapter 3, "Reconstruction" draft, December 24, 1991 - January 2, 1992
Lemann, "The Promised Land, The Great Black Migration" (Post World War II), February 21, 1991
Lerner, B1 Women, chapter 4, "Violence and Sexual Exploitation," undated
Lynching/anti-lynching, 1935-1984
Prudence Mackintosh, "Help Wanted," December 1977
Paule Marshall Family, May 1985
Moneyhon, "Public Education and Tax Reconstruction Politics, 1871-1874," January 1989
Osterhout, "Yankee, Rebel, Republican," SHQ, October 1986
Lou H. Rodenberger, August 2, 1993
Smallwood, "Segregation, Politics, Public Accommodations," July-September 1984
Wilson "Desegregation of Hamilton Park," July 1991
Wooten, "Marital Condition, 1890-1930," June 1935
Crouch, "Crisis in Color," March 1970
Alexander Crummell, "Black Women of the South," 1883
Mariana Davis, "Contributions of Black Women to America," undated
Desegregation, school, public, miscellaneous, 1963-1985
Dulaney, Texas, Negro Peace Officers, 1990
N. Fleming, "Blacks in Education," Timeline, 1980
Foner, reconstruction
Giddings, "In Search of Sisterhood," Texas stuff, sororities, Delta Sigma Theta
Glasrud, "On Education, 1900-1930," 1969
Glasrud, "Jim Crow's Emergence in Texas," undated
Goodwyn, Lawrence, "Populist Dreams and Negro Rights," 1971
Robina, Jackson, "East Austin," 1979
Jones, "Labor of Love," Eman stuff
Kirk and King, "Desegregation of Higher Education," 1958
Legal background of segregation
Aptheler, Herbert, "A Documentary History of the Negro People in the U.S.," undated
Alexander, Adele Logan, "Ambiguous Lives: Georgia's Free People of Color," 1991
Banks, "A Century of Faith," New Hope Baptist Church, Dallas
Barr, Alwyn:
Public School Desegregation," Sweatt, higher education, 1973, 1990
"Black Legislators of Reconstuction Texas," 1986
"Reconstruction to Reform," 1992
Beeth and Wintz, "Black Divas," 1992
Bentley, George, "A History of the Freedman's Bureau," 1955
Black research resources
Boatwright, Mody C., Mexican Border Ballads
Bourgeois, Christie, "Stepping Over the Lines"
Brewer, J. Mason, "Dog Ghosts"
Buford, Michael Dwain, "Up From Cotton," Brazos County
Bullard, Robert D., "Invisible Houston," 1987
Bullock, Henry Allen, "Negro Higher and Professional Education in Texas," 1948
Butler, John S., "Entrepreneurship and Self Help," 1991
"Color Consciousness," Giddings
Excerpts from books, epilog
"Negro Life in Austin, 1950-1951"
Austin Delta Sigma Theta Black Heritage Exhibit: 1839-1920
Brewer, J. Mason, "An Historical Outline of Austin, 1940"
Hamilton, Dr. Kenneth, "White Wealth and Black Suppression," Harrison County, violence, 1865-1868, 1990
Govenar, Allan, "Them Deep Ellum Blues," 1990
Hine, Darlene C., "Black Victory: The White Primary in Texas," 1978
Elmer Marshall, "History of Brazos County, Texas," 1937
Neal and Kremm, "Freedman's Bureau in Texas," 1989
Sterling, Dorothy, "We Are Your Sisters," 1976
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2.325/A29 Alvord, J.W. Schools for Freedmen, [photostat] January 1, 1860
Sarah Skinner, American Missionary Association [photostat], January 31, 1868
Allen, Ruth. Labor of Women in Production of Cotton, chap. IV [photostat], 1931
Crouch, Barry A. “Hesitant Recognition: Texas Black Politicians 1865-1900,” [photostat], 1993
Education, miscellaneous statistics
Hill, Forrest. The Negro in the Texas Labor Supply, master’s thesis, [photostat], 1946
Hornsby, Alton, Jr. Negro Education in Texas, 1865-1917, master’s thesis [photostat], 1962
Jackson, Charles C. A Southern Black Community Comes of Age: Black San Antonio in the Great Depression, 1930-1941, master’s thesis, [photostat], May 1989
Kendleton, [The Medallion, Texas Historical Commission], January-February, 1994
Linda Lewis
“Lincolnville at Moccasin Bend”
Sapper, Neil. A Survey of the History of the Black People of Texas, 1930-1954. PhD dissertation, [photostat], 1972
Thurgood Marshall Portia Washington Pittman of Dallas
Elizabeth Ramsey-Louisa Picquet story, letters, 1859-1860
Velma Roberts
Southern Conference on African American Studies, conference, February 1994
Scarborough, “Black Club Women,” Pennybacker papers
Status [of African Americans], articles from Paula England
Thomas, Jessie. “A Study of the Social Welfare Status of the Negroes in Houston, Texas,” [photostat], May, 1929
Webber, Carolyn. The Negro in the Texas Labor Market, master’s thesis [photostat], 1948
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2.325/P57 Juanita Craft:
Craft, Juanita. A Child, The Earth, and a Tree of Many Seasons, [photostat], 1982
Juanita Craft, miscellaneous
Notes from Dallas Public Library
Juanita Craft-Schlesinger/Saur
Craft, Tomlinson Interview, Dallas
Black Texas Women, addresses of women featured
NAACP “The Crisis” [photostats], 1918-1930
Barry Crouch papers
Crouch, Barry:
“Struggle for Stability”
“A Spirit of Lawlessness”
“Houston Reconstruction”
Freedman, Estelle. “The New Woman”
Gillette, Michael. “Rise of the NAACP”, 1978
Gilkes, Cheryl. “Roles of Church and Community Mothers,” 1986
Gregory, Jane. “Women in the Texas Penitentiary, 1907-1910”
Hamilton, Tullia. “The NACW” [National Association of Colored Women]
Harris County Council of Organizations, “Profile of the Houston Negro Community,” 1967
Higgenbotham, Evelyn, Righteous Discontent, Black Baptists, 1993
Hornsby, Alton. Freedman’s Bureau Schools
Hornsby, Alton. The Colored Branch University
Houston Public Library, notes
Jackson. A Sure Foundation, [partial photostat]
Jackson, Mary S. “People of Houston in the 1850s”
Martin Luther King
Wilma King
Ku Klux Klan
Medallion, February 1992
McArthur, J. white women of the progressive era
NAACP in Texas
National Archives, violence stuff
Prestige, [African American] political women
The Red Book of Houston [partial photostat], [circa 1916]
Texas slavery project
Smallwood, James. Time of Hope, Time of Despair [Reconstruction]
Smallwood, James. “A Brutalized Species of Property,” children
Jim Smallwood
Schomburg library of Black 19th Century Women Writers
Scott, Ann. “Most Invisible of All, Black Women’s Volunteer Associations,”
Sepia
Shaw, “Black Club Women and the creation of the NACW [National Association of Colored Women]”
Chapter 2, slave narratives
Slave narratives, Fannie Moore Walker
Slavery
Thomas Smith, Cast Down Your Bucket, Dallas, 1901
Smith. “Conflict and Corruption: the Freedman’s Bureau in Dallas”
Smith. “Dallas Blacks, from Slavery to Freedom”
Statistics
Stiles, Jo Ann. “Changing Economic Status of Texas Negroes,” 1940-1960
Sterling Stuckey
Terborg-Penn, “Discontented Black Feminists”
Mary Church Terrell Papers
Texas Commission on Interracial Cooperation
Texas Women’s Hall of Fame, black nominees
WCTU [Women’s Christian Temperance Union], Black Chapters
WAACS [Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps]
WPA [Works Progress Administration]
Charles Wesley, NACWC [National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs]
Mel Wade, “Free People of Color”
Women of Texas, honoring Ella W. Montgomery, 1949
Work, Negro Year Book
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2.325/F259 Legendary Ladies of Texas
Willie Brown
Buffalo Soldiers
Catholics
Texas Southern University, gender, political activism, February 1, 1991
Vallie Mae Thomas
Dr. Emma Johanne Thomas-Smith
World War II
Ada Anderson
Algerine Craig
Austin, Ebeneezer Baptist Church
Austin, National Women of Achievement, 1995
Austin, Human Relations Ordinance
Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
Austin County
Baptists
Willie Belle Boone
Dr. Dorothea W. Brown
Olive Durden Brown
Anita Bunkley
Caldwell County
California
Carver Museum
Center Point
Virgie Carrington Dewitty
Mattie Ellman Holman Durden
Almetris Duren
Carlette Guidry
Helen Hairston
Fran Harris
Houston, Antioch Baptist Church
Houston, Jack Yates
Barbara Jean Jacket
Dr. Sebetha Jenkins
Francine Frazier Floyd
Jarvis College
Zenobia Trimble of Wichita Falls
Jacquleline Trimmer
Dorothy Turner
University of Texas desegregation
Dr. Franklyn Jenifer
Mrs. S.G. Kay
Bev Kearney
Edwina King (Murphy)
Peggy Lee
Liberty County
Longview
MAALC [Musem of African American Life and Culture]
Lori McNeil
Deborah Roberts
Jackie Robinson
Round Rock
Sports champions
Swimmer, Diane Strader
Sheryl Swoopes
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2.325/L31 Chapter 8, "Culture," 1992
Chapter 10, "We Can't Vote Because We're Negroes?", 1992
Chapter 10, "Clubs and Community Building," June 2, 1992; July 1, 1993
Chapter 12, "Civil Rights," July 11, 1993
Chapter 13, "This is Our Time," August 10, 1993
Chapter 14, "We Want to be Seen," August 1, 1993
Chapter 5, "Education," April 28, 1992
Chapter 5, outtakes
Chapter 6, "Public Schools"
Chapter 6 & 7, next to last drafts
Editorial notes from books, etc, 1991
Chapter 5, Education, book excerpts
Chapter 6, 1992
Chapter 6, Education, public schools
Chapter 7, Education, colleges, Helen Spencer edits
Chapter 7, Culture, Sherilyn Brandenstein
Chapter 8, work, Brandenstein
Summaries, Blackenwelder, J. Jones
Chapter 7, August 4, 1992
Black Women in Texas History: 150 Years of Trial and Triumph
Chapter 6, Public School Education, 1870-1941
Chapter 7, College Education, 1870-1941
Chapter 8 work draft, June 5, 1992
Chapter 5, politics and protest, June 26, 1992
Chapter 9:
Clubs, drafts, notes, February 12, 1992
Helen Spencer's revision chapter 9 (now chapter 8) draft
Clubs, Brandenstein, Cottrell
Clubs, Sherilyn's edit, November 18, 1992
Notes, 1992
Chapter 8, clubs, notes
Epilog, statistics, notes, November 1990 - August 1992
Chapter 12, WWII, June 30, 1992
Chapter 13:
Time lines, notes, 1991
Draft, 1992
Before chapter 14 separated, September 23, 1992
Pol, work RW, September 24, 1992
Chapter 14:
Pol, work, early versions
Undated material
October 5-24, 1992
Helen Spencer edits, November 12, 1992
S. Brandenstein edits
Contemp problems, March 1991 - September 1992
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2.325/A28 Galley proofs
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2,325/A29 Early draft, [undated]
Timeline, July 29, 1994
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2.325/D41b Oversize
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