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Ada Collins Anderson

Marcellus J. Anderson

Ada and Marcellus Anderson

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Anderson (Ada Collins and Marcellus J. “Andy”) papers, 1924-2001.



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Anderson (Ada Collins and Marcellus J. “Andy”)
Title: Anderson (Ada Collins and Marcellus J. “Andy”) papers
Dates: 1924-2001
Abstract: Business and organizational records, correspondence, program information, financial records, video and audio tapes (1924-2001 [bulk 1955-1995]) concerning civil rights, arts education, Freemasonry, political activities.
Accession No.: AR 99-174; 2001-092; 2001-236
Extent: 20 ft.
Laguage: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Ada Collins Anderson was born Ada Collins in Tarrant County, Texas in 1921. She attended Anderson High School in Austin and received her bachelor’s degree in home economics from Tillotson College in 1941. In 1943 she met Marcellus J. (“Andy”) Anderson, a graduate of Ohio State University who was then teaching at Samuel Huston College in Austin. They married and she lived with him at his army posting in New Jersey during the Second World War. After the war they returned to Austin, where Marcellus Anderson was admitted to the Austin Board of Realtors and became the first African-American realtor in the United States. In 1953 he founded Anderson Wormley Real Estate, assisted by Ada who later became a full partner. They had two children.

In 1953 Ada Anderson helped found the Austin chapter of Jack and Jill of America, a social and recreational civic organization for youth, in which she held administrative posts for many years. Seeking a graduate degree, she was the first African American to enroll in the University of Texas Graduate School of Library Science. She completed the program but could not secure the field experience requirement due to the segregationist restrictions of the time, nor was she allowed to enter the Texas State Library. In 1962, outraged at the race restrictions of the local ice skating rink that her children could not attend, Ada organized a boycott that gained wide media coverage when someone shot at the protesters from a passing car. The skating rink went bankrupt and Ada used what she had learned from this experience to form a coalition of pastors, university professors and others that became the genesis of the Austin Human Relations Commission. During the 1960s, this commission worked to change city regulations and open Austin hotels, schools and businesses to all people.

In 1965 Anderson received a graduate degree in educational psychology from the University of Texas. She worked as a teacher and psychometrist in Austin, assisted the Austin Community College Board and the University of Texas, and served on the board of the Laguna Gloria Art Museum for fifteen years. She was a founding member of the Austin Lyric Opera, and in 1989 initiated the creation of the Leadership Enrichment Arts Program to offer low-income and minority youth a chance to experience the performing and visual arts. Both Ada and Marcellus Anderson held leadership roles in Masonic and fraternal organizations such as the Order of the Eastern Star and Federation of Masons of the World. Ada Anderson has received numerous civic awards and testimonials, including election to the Texas Black Women’s Hall of Fame, the leadership award from the Austin Chamber of Commerce Business Committee on the Arts, and a commemorative resolution adopted by the Texas House of Representatives in 2005.

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Scope and Contents

Business and organizational records, correspondence, program information, financial records, leaflets, brochures, speech drafts, news clippings, photographs, video and audio tapes (1924-2001 [bulk 1955-1995]) document the lives and interests of Ada and Marcellus Anderson in relation to their real estate enterprise, Ada’s work with the Austin Lyric Opera and Leadership Enrichment Arts Program, and the activities of both Andersons in Masonic organizations, political and civil rights campaigns. The papers of Ada Anderson include biographical and genealogical records, a range of materials documenting the arts programs and events she sponsored, and records of the Mount Olive Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. The papers of Marcellus Anderson bulk with records of the Saint Joseph Grand Lodge of Austin, Texas, and materials related to Masonic conventions and gatherings held in various parts of the world. The papers of both Andersons include materials related to civil rights activities and African-American professional organizations in Texas, as well as campaign events for Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Jesse Jackson and local politicians.

Note: Materials related to this collection can be found in the Ada Anderson Oral History collection, also at the Center for American History.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Use Restrictions

Unrestricted

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Anderson, Ada C.
Anderson, Marcellus J.
Subjects
African American arts
African Americans--Texas.
Arts projects--Community
Civil rights--United States
Freemasonry--United States--History--20th century
Jack and Jill of America
Order of the Eastern Star
Real estate agents--African American
Real estate agents--Texas
Segregation--United States

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Ada and Marcellus Anderson Papers, the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Ada Collins Anderson

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3W188 Ada Collins Anderson
Biographical Materials:
“An Oral History of Ada Collins Anderson,” history paper, 1992
Résumé, circa 1972
Clippings, 1983, 1999
Education and educational activities:
Anderson High School, Austin, Texas, assorted records, 1937-1992
Austin Independent School District, 1959-1999
Huston-Tillotson College, Austin, Texas, 1941, 1989-1991
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1941, 1989-1991
University of Texas at Austin, 1955, 1963, 1984-1993
Masters thesis, application for masters candidacy, 1965
Austin Community College Board of Trustees, records, 1981, 1984, 1998
Civic activities:
Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, 1960-1966
Paper, “From the Ice Palace to the Austin Human Relations Commission,” 1992
Girl Scouts, Lone Star Council, 1982, 1989-1993
Saint David’s Hospital, Health Care Foundation, 1981-1993
Austin Mental Health Association, 1968-1973
Austin State Hospital Protection Committee, 1974
Governor’s Commission for Women, 1967, 1993
Governor’s Committee on Human Relations, 1969
Correspondence, 1958-1999 and [undated]
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2.325/K86 Civic Activities:
City of Austin, 1976-1998:
Austin Human Relations Committee, leaflet, [undated]
Austin Junior League, Community Advisor newsletter, 1992-1994
Performing and visual arts activities:
Austin Lyric Opera and Leadership Enrichment Art Program, 1986-1998
“Arts Day” speech at capitol, 1991
Women’s Symphony League, Woman of the Year award, 1992
Arts Center Stage/Palmer Auditorium project, 1998
Laguna Gloria Art Museum and board chairmanship, 1977-1990
Azie Taylor Morton reception at Laguna Gloria, 1980
Ballet Austin, 1985, 1999
Austin Repertory Theatre, 1980
Museum of African American Life and Culture, Black Women’s Conferences, 1986, 1992-1993
Other activities:
Order of the Eastern Star, local, state, and national proceedings, minutes and other materials, 1967-1994
Marbridge Ranch discrimination complaint, 1967
Fashion show, multiple sclerosis benefit, 1976
Texas State Historical Association, 1992
Business activities:
Anderson-Wormley Real Estate, 1979-1988
Bank directorships:
First National Bank, Austin, Texas, [undated]
Western State Bank, Austin, Texas, [undated]
Awards:
Women’s Fund “Getting Better All the Time” award, 1987
Black United Fund of Texas, “Achieving Against All Odds” award, 1993
Juneteenth recognition, program and speech, 1987
Texas Women’s Hall of Fame, 1985
African American Women’s Hall of Fame, 1990
Texas Senate and City of Austin Proclamation, 1998
Certificates of award, 1963, 1964, 1975, 1990
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3X22 Leadership Enrichment Arts Program:
Speeches, lectures and interviews:
VHS video cassetes, [circa 1990-circa 1996]
U-Matic [1-inch] video master tapes, [circa 1990-circa 1996]
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3X23 VHS video cassetes, [circa 1990-circa 1996]
U-Matic [1-inch] video master tapes, [circa 1990-circa 1996]
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2.325/M19a Community affairs and events:
Program information and correspondence, 1993-1994
Educational programs and scholarships, 1993-1994
Activities and events, 1991-1992
Schedule of activities, 1991-1992
Summer Institute, 1993
Unity Day celebration, 1993
Austin Lyric Opera, 1993
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3K394 Board of Trustees:
Minutes, 1996-1997
Correspondence, 1989-2001
Program information and related correspondence, 1993-1996
Strategic planning guidelines, 1997
Arts programs, program information, 1997
Student information, brochures and handouts, 1997
Unity Day celebration:
Press releases and press kit, 1993
Publicity materials, 1993
Program information, 1993
Speakers and attendees, correspondence, 1993
General and post-event correspondence, 1993
News clippings, 1990-1997
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3K395 Philanthropy, printed materials and correspondence:
Austin area philanthropic organizations, donation records [see printed finding aid for full list], 1996-1998
Program participants, personal files and correspondence, 1996-1998
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3K395a Program participants, personal files and correspondence, 1996-1998
Opera Youth Program, Black Lawyers proposal: resource materials, 1989-1990
Saint Edwards University Summer Arts Institute, correspondence and notes, 1990-1993
City of Austin, correspondence, 1991-1992
Napp, Incorporated, product catalog, 1992
Sheryl Adams: real estate advertisements, 1992
Season correspondence, 1992-1993
Planning, correspondence and news clippings, 1993
Opera program/ Leadership Enrichment Arts Program pictures: news clippings, 1993
Arts Institute, application forms, 1993
Ada’s to-do file, 1994
Meeting agenda, 1993
October 23 Orientation: pamphlets, schedule, program information, October 1994
Pamphlets, schedules, rosters, planning notes and program information, 1994, 1997-1998
Library catalog, [circa 1995]
Wish list, [circa 1995]
Reverend Gerald Mann: St. Joseph’s Art Institute program information and notes, [circa 1995]
Austin arts organizations, brochures and program information, 1996-1998
Board of Directors and Board of Trustees, minutes and correspondence, 1996-1997
Participant information folder, 1996
Trip to Washington, DC: travel information, notes, news clippings, 1994
Telephone numbers, [circa 1995]
Resource persons, potential: mailing list, 1997 and [circa 1997]
Leadership Enrichment Arts Program retreat: notes, program information, reflections, 1994-1995
Saint Edward’s schedule, August 1994
“Women Who Did, ” program information and notes, 1995-1996
Bennett College application, [circa 1995]
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3K414 Austin Lyric Opera:
Reception for “Cinderella, ” March 25, 1990
Board meeting, agenda and program information, September 28, 1991
Saint Edward’s Summer Arts Institute, applications, 1991
Employment applications, [circa 1995]
Project Crossroads, Saint Edwards University, program information, 1991
Board of Directors [?], meeting agenda and leaflets, 1991
Austin arts organizations, newsletters and brochures, 1993
Narrative Report, 1993-1994
History: newsletter, and correspondence, 1991-1996
Planning notebook, 1993-1994
Expense report, 1996
Participant evaluations, 1996
Program information, 1993-1994
Summer fund raising income report, 1994
Applicants, correspondence, 1994
Washington trip, notes, program information, 1994
Admission forms, 1990
Rosters, agenda, mailing list, 1996
Activity reports and program information, 1991-1996
Expanding Horizons summer institute, program information and correspondence, 1996
“Getting Out, ” creative works, 1996
Income statement, 1996
Activity survey, 1997
Solicitation letters, 1998
Program information and participants list, 1996-1997
Board of Directors: minutes, rosters and correspondence, 1996-1997
Fall and winter calendar, 1996
Summer opportunities: planning materials, 1996-1997
News clippings and program information, 1996-1997
Corporate donor proposal packets, 1996-1997
Strategic planning meeting and review, February 28, 1997
City Council Salute, planning notes and correspondence, June 1991
Steering committee, planning notes, program information and news clippings, 1994
Spring/Summer schedule, 1994
Activities, 1994
George Washington University, application, 1994
Roster and planning materials, October, 1994
“Believe in Me: Faces of Courage,” project information folder, May 1995
Austin Lyric Opera, event flyers, 1995
Austin arts organizations, brochures and program information, 1991
Texas Department of Human Services, at-risk youth program information, 1992
Saint Edward’s [University], correspondence, program information, news clippings, 1991
Program information, 1991-1992
Student roll, Saint Edwards, summer 1991
Four year program summary, 1989-1993
Regional Foundation Collection of the Hogg Library, correspondence and newsletter, 1996
Budget, 1997
Board of Directors, minutes, 1997
Vicki’s file: draft program information and draft certificate of incorporation, 1993
Foundation letter, draft information request, 1993
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3K415 ABC Pest Control, work agreement, circa 1995
The Black Registry [Austin], correspondence, 1996-1997
“Teaching Basic Skills Through Art and Music,” 1996
Contact information, 1996-1997
Anne H. [?]; assorted fundraising and contract information, [circa 1997]
Permits, 1997
Allison Yearbook: draft summer arts program yearbook, 1997
Articles of incorporation, 1997
Office inventory, 1997
Fundraising: correspondence and news clippings, 1997
Health insurance information, 1997
Tickets/season: schedule for Strategic Aptitude Test training, performance roster, 1997-1998
List of Austin properties, [circa 1997]
Press release, 1997
Federal tax schedule, 1998
Donor proposal materials, 1997-1998
Board meetings, notes and program information, 1997
Austin Project, invoices, 1997
Special Initiatives, budget and program information, May 1997
“Mystery of Love,” budget and playbill, [circa 1997]
Saint Joseph Theater Arts Performance School, correspondence, 1992
Corporate correspondence, 1992
Financial statements, 1992
Program development materials, 1992
Religious community correspondence, 1992
Publicity correspondence, budget, program information, 1991-1992
Support letters and participant testimonials, 1991-1994
Donations, 1991-1992
Proposal: Saint Joseph’s Saturday School, 1992
Applications, 1994-1995
Texas Commission on the Arts, budget and program information, 1994-1995
Program notes, 1993
Unity Day Celebration:
“Virgie!” program announcement and playbill, 1992
News clippings, 1992-1994
Proceedings recording, stencil 1992
Testimonial letters, 1992
Correspondence with musicians, 1992
Historical file, 1992
Announcements, playbills and news clippings, 1992
Draft correspondence, 1993
Benefactor lists, 1989-1990
Black Women’s Professional Association, correspondence, 1989
Program information and correspondence, 1989-1990
Arts organizations, program information, 1989-1994
Council on Foundations, program information, 1990
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3K416 Paid bills, 1994
Anderson-Wormley Real Estate, narrative, [undated]
Foundation information, 1989-1990
Education Commission of the States, 1989
W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1989
American Foundation for AIDS Research, 1990
American Institute for Learning, [circa 1990]
Programs, pamphlets and news clippings, 1991
Correspondence, 1989-1991
Black Lawyers Association, correspondence and directory, 1989
News clippings, 1991
Underwriters, lists of supporters and donation amounts, 1990-1991
San Antonio tourist information booklet, 1989
Saint Edwards income/expenses: summer program information, planning notebook, 1991-1992
News articles and general information: pamphlets, newsletters and news clippings, 1990-1991
Advisory council: member information and correspondence, 1990-1991
Program information, committee directory, announcements, 1990-1991
Evaluation committee, meeting minutes, 1990-1991
Event and performance announcements, [1990?]
Targeted opportunities: information packets and catalogs, 1997-1998
Applications, 1991-1994
General correspondence and directories, 1991-1992
Governor’s reception, participants, June 1992
Correspondence, newsletters and program information, 1989-1991
Agenda, budget, correspondence, 1993
Donor proposals, 1990-1993
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Evaluation committee: minutes, rosters, correspondence, 1990-1991
Planning memoranda and correspondence, 1992-1993
Advisory board: correspondence and roster, 1990
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2.325/M20a Women’s History Month, notes and correspondence, 1995
Performances and events, color print photographs, negatives and ephemera, 1990-1997
Board minutes, program information, correspondence and news clippings, 1995-1997
Participant journal, July 1993
Testimonials, 1990
Planning notebook, 1992-1993
Applications and correspondence, 1990-1991
Black Arts Festival, planning materials and correspondence, June-August 1992
Board of Directors: minutes, program information, correspondence and news clippings, 1992
Publicity materials, correspondence, press releases and news clippings, 1990-1993
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3W189 Family materials:
Anderson children, 1945-1988
Collins-Rucker family genealogy and related materials, [undated]
Funeral programs and obituaries, family and others, 1953-1999
Eulogy for Irene Snyder, 1992
Income statements, bills and contracts, 1995
“Women Who Did” celebration, planning materials, 1995
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3W190 “Women Who Did” celebration, planning materials, 1995

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Marcellus J. Anderson

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3W190 Biographical and personal materials, 1943, 1949, 1978 and [undated]
Sandusky [Ohio] High School yearbook, 1928
Family materials:
Genealogy chart, [undated]
Deed, Sandusky, Ohio, 1924
Correspondence, 1945, 1966-1995 and [undated]
Business activities:
Anderson-Wormley Real Estate and Insurance Agency, promisory notes, 1957, 1989
Miscellaneous correspondence and printed materials, 1955, 1984, -1998, and [undated]
Citizens National Bank, Board of Directors, 1971, 1974 and [undated]
Certificates and awards, 1956-1998 and [undated]
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2.325/M93 Masonic records and communications:
Books, pamphlets and publications, [see printed finding aid for list], 1950-1992
Saint Joseph Grand Lodge
Correspondence, 1966-1986
Pamphlets and reports, 1990-1994
Certificates of compliance, [circa 1982]
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, King Cyrus Supreme Council and Zipporah Supreme Grand Chapter, convention handbook, 1996
Blue Lodge [Crawford, Texas] to the General Grand Masonic Congress, annual report and correspondence, 1991-1992
Federation of Masons of the World, correspondence, 1974-1975
Imperial Grand Council Supreme Grand Court, convention handbook, 1981
Marcellus Anderson: speeches; personal information and creative works, [circa 1980]
York Rite Masons National Compact, program information and correspondence, 1977-1983
Minnesota workshop program, Mount Olive by-laws, Saint John’s Thanksgiving program, Austin Independent School District certificate, 1982-1984
Alamo Lodge #1491, resolution and account record, 1976, 1984
Federation of Masons of the World:
London and Paris, itineraries, 1975
Federation Letters: correspondence, 1974
News Release, correspondence, July 1973
George Gardiner, correspondence, July-October 1973
Nassau Manifest, correspondence, August 1973
Federation General, correspondence, April-July 1973
Ira P. Weston, correspondence, June-July 1973
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel, correspondence, July 1973
R. B. Burrell, correspondence, February 1973
Thompson Travel, Nassau, correspondence, April, 1973
Black Registry of Austin’s Businesses, 1974
Federation 1971, Charlotte, North Carolina, correspondence, February-September 1971
Minutes of planning session, January 1971
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2.325/M94 Business and political records:
Booker T. Washington district, City of Houston, abstracts of title:
Complete [for district], 1923
Supplemental, 1925
Lot 4, Block 11, 1933
Incorporation records and ephemera, 1979-1986
Guyana, press releases and news clippings, 1966
Citizenship Education Foundation at Huston-Tillotson College, trustee handbook and pamphlets, 1962
Correspondence, brochures, political poem, 1955-1960
Political agendas and ephemera, biographical statement, 1973, 1986
Black Texans Cultural Museum, certificates, 1990
National Black Organizations, directory, [undated]
Governor Preston Smith, report and speech text, February 1969
Texas real estate brokers, directories, 1966-1971
National Business League, Gulf Coast Chapter, roster of Houston members, [undated]
Commission on Democracy in Education, by-laws, meeting agenda, correspondence, 1966
Citizens National Bank of Austin, correspondence, 1970-1976
Zimbabwe, license agreement, May 1994
Great National Investment Corporation, prospectus, [undated]
Integration Information, correspondence and news clippings, September-December 1963
Ben Barnes, campaign literature, 1972
Texas Southern University, correspondence, March-June 1973
American Red Cross, correspondence, March 1970
National Protestant Brotherhood, by-laws and ritual, 1963
Bruno Dang, correspondence, 1996
Karl E. Downs Memorial Fund, minutes, May 5, 1979
Jesse Jackson presidential campaign, coordinator’s handbook, news clippings, correspondence, December 1983-May 1984
John Connally, notes and letter, July 1979
Pan-Texas Mortgage Investment Corporation: Address lists, plat maps and correspondence, 1970-1977
Black Texas Strategy Conference, agenda and correspondence, October-November 1973
Assorted business and integration records, 1985-1992
High Speed Interactive Digital Communications, prospectus, investment proposal, minutes, correspondence, 1994
Masonic records and communications:
Daughters of the Sphinx of Texas, minute book, [undated]
United Supreme Council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, correspondence, 1983
Federation of Masons of the World:
Travel, correspondence, 1982-1989
Future conventions, correspondence, 1977-1983
Future grand lodges, convention handbook and correspondence, 1984-1985
Saint Joseph Grand Lodge:
Opening ceremony, processional orders, 1979
89th Grand Lodge Session, credentials and rules, 1984
Houston Masonic directory, event programs, 1983
Session, Houston, correspondence, 1981
Session, correspondence, 1983
Grand Lodge of Tanzania, correspondence, 1982-1983
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2.325/M95 A.C.[?] Sutton, correspondence, 1980
Grand Lodge Sessions, handbooks, and correspondence, 1975-1981
The Masonic Eagle, official publication, correspondence, news clippings, 1967-1968, 1978-1979
Back-ups, address lists, 1978
Rosters and news clippings, 1959-1960
African American Freemasonry, lodges, correspondence, 1968-1974
Federation of Masons of the World, convention and travel correspondence [see printed finding aid for complete list], 1974-1980
Business and political records:
Pan Texas Mortgage Investment Company, agendas, financial statements, minutes and correspondence, 1971-1979
Ebeneezer Baptist Church Study Committee, minutes and roster, December 15, 1969
Dr. [M.B.] Goodlett, letter, June 6, 1977
Guyana, UPO [United Political Organization of Texas], program announcements and correspondence, July 1966
United Mortgage Brokers, New York meeting, program materials, 1982
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2.325/M96 Masonic records and communications:
Publications, 1975-1990
Speech and lecture notes, 1980-1990
Regalia and miscellany, [circa 1975-circa 1990]
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2.325/M97 Saint Joseph Grand Lodge:
Constitution and by-laws, historical sketches of grand masters, policies, 1930-1965
Constitution [proposed], November 26, 1948
Order of the Rainbow Juvenile Society, by-laws and ritual, [circa 1975]
Candidate’s handbook, historical sketches, study guide, directory, news clippings and correspondence, [circa 1955-circa 1970], 1985
Membership lists, 1955-1963
Speeches and articles, 1976-1988
Speeches, news clippings and annual report, 1970-1975, 1981
Speech information, [circa 1975]
“Stand Up and Tune Up for Masonry,” essay, [circa 1979]
Speeches and addresses, 1977 and [undated]
Federation of Masons of the World:
General correspondence, 1985
Conventions, program information and correspondence, 1975-1983
Future travel, 1979-1980
Travel plans and correspondence, 1974
National convention, handbook, 1976
Directories of lodges and masons, 1970-1972
National Pan-Hellenic Council convention, delegate handbook, 1970
General Grand Masonic Congress convention, handbook, August 1978
National Supreme Court of the Eastern Star, articles of incorporation and correspondence, 1983, August 1993
Honolulu-New Orleans convention, correspondence, 1978-1979
Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, minutes and correspondence, 1961-1970
Saint Anthony Grand Lodge, minutes of biennial session, August 24, 1964
Mount Olive Grand Chapter, correspondence and notes, 1966-1967
Federation of Eastern Stars of the World:
Chicago, correspondence, April-July 1963
Board minutes, 1968-1970
Denver convention, correspondence, June 1975-August 1976
News clippings, 1962-1965
Business and political records:
National Alliance of Black Organizations, correspondence, April, 1979
Black Strategy: meeting minutes and correspondence, February-April, 1979
Speeches and Addresses, [circa 1960-1990]
San Antonio, Texas, West Side #1290: planning notes and correspondence, 1987 and [circa 1987]
Building report, letter, January 15, 1977
Capstone Consulting Group, analysis of Banc One Corporation, April 9, 1997
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2.325/M19a Texas Think Tank, incorporation book, 1983
Masonic records and communications:
Federation of Masons of the World, correspondence, 1993-1994
Federation of the Eastern Star, correspondence, 1993-1994
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2.325.A186-187 Oversized certificates and awards [circa 1960-circa 1990]
Masonic activities: Correspondence, printed materials and news clippings, 1947-1995
Political activities, civil rights and economic development [for complete list see printed finding aid] 1965-1971
Civic Activities:
Texas Southern University, Board of Directors, 1967-1973 and [undated]
Austin Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, 1974-1976 and [undated]
City of Austin, 1977-1992
Visits to military posts, 1966, 1968
Other activities, 1965-1994 and [undated]

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Ada and Marcellus Anderson

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3W191 Christmas cards from elected officials, 1970-1994 and [undated]
Invitations and programs, political functions and inaugurations [see printed finding aid for complete list], 1963-1997
Presidential campaigns:
Lyndon B. Johnson campaign: Correspondence, clippings, 1964, 1965
Hubert H. Humphrey, 1968-1974
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2.325/A184-185 Civil rights and African-American culture, clippings and printed material 1953-1990
Autographs, stationery and ephemera, [undated]
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2.325/A186-187 Sound recordings:
Award receptions, audio cassettes [see printed finding aid for complete list], 1984-1992
“Mr. President,” address by Lyndon Baines Johnson, phonograph record, 1964
Martin Luther King and others, public service announcement, reel tape [undated]
Printed materials and ephemera, [circa 1955]
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2.325/A188 Framed certificates and awards, [circa 1950-circa 1995]
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2.325/K84 Photographs [see printed finding aid for complete list] 1955-1990
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2.325/K86 Photographs [see printed finding aid for complete list] 1955-1990

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