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Descriptive Summary

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., Records, 1938-2003 (bulk 1960-1967, 1980-1990)



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc.Williams, David A. (David Alvernon), 1925-
Title: Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., Records
Dates: 1938-2003 (bulk 1960-1967, 1980-1990)
Abstract: The Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., Records, 1938, 1960-1967, 1978-1990, 2003, contains posters, administrative files, biographical sketches, sound recordings, photographs, and printed material about African-American Texans. The Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., formerly known as Black Texans Historical Society, promotes the cultural preservation and cultural development of African-American Texans.
Accession No.: 90-201; 90-231; 90-281; 91-198; 2003-155
Extent: 4 ft., 6 in.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Historical Note

The Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., formerly known as Black Texans Historical Society, was founded by Dr. David A. Williams in 1987. The corporation supports charitable, cultural, artistic, and educational organizations that promotes the cultural preservation and cultural development of African-American Texans.

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Scope and Contents

The Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., Records, 1938, 1960-1967, 1978-1990, 2003, contains posters, administrative files, biographical sketches, sound recordings, photographs, and printed material about African-American Texans.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Use of audio material by appointment only; please contact sound archivist.

Use Restrictions

Unrestricted use.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Williams, David A. (David Alvernon), 1925- -- Archives.
Craig, Isaac Arnold, Jr.
Curry-Jones, Beulah Agnes.
Franklin, John Hope, 1915-2009
Gilbert, E. Marie
Hamilton, Jeff
Kirk, W. Astor
Kirk, Willie Mae
McDonald, Thaddeus
Moss, Emma Lee
Simond, Ada DeBlanc
Sims, Dolores
Starks, Maggie
Taylor, John Q., Sr.
Wilson, Juanita
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc. -- Archives.
Marshal Carver High School
Prairie View A & M University
Subjects
African Americans -- Texas -- History.
Slaves -- Emancipation -- Texas -- History.
Holidays -- Texas -- History.
African American churches -- Texas.
African Americans -- Religion.
African Americans -- Education.
African American -- Societies, etc.
Places
Texas -- History.

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Related Material

See also the Banks (Wilette Rutherford) Papers, Black History Collection, Black Texas Women Archive, Field Foundation Archives, and Rhone Family Papers.

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Separated Material

Some material has been separated to the Artifact Collection.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Texas African-American Heritage Organization, Inc., Records, 1938-2003 (bulk 1960-1967, 1980-1990), Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory:

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2.325/F68 Hall of Fame:
Biographical Files:
Anderson, Marcellus J., Sr.
Berry, Charles A., Jr.
Blair, Fred
Boyd, C. dé Shun
Campbell, Earl
Clayborn, Isadore J.
Craig, Algerene M. Akins
Craig, Issac Arnold, Jr.
Curry-Jones, Beulah A.
Delco, Wilhemina R
DeWitty, Virgie Carrington
Dilworth, H. Clay
Dorham, Kenny
Douglas, Fredrick
Drisdale, Willie (Bill), Jr.
Dutton, Harold V., Jr.
Evans, Larry Q.
Fontaine, Jacob III
Franklin, Ermant
Frye, Mrs. Pearl Ann Thompson
Gaines, Holart Leroy
Gilbert, E. Marie
Gilber, Robert L.
Givens, Ron D.
Graves, Curtis M.
Griffin, Clifton
Griffin, Rev. Marvin C.
Harden, Ada
Harrison, David A.
Harrison, Emma L.
Herold, Bishop
Hooker, Eric H.
Houston, Eld. W. B.
Hudson, Samuel W. III
Hunter, Mrs. Martha Mary “Peggy” Branch
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2.325/F69 Jackson, Esther Rowena
Johnson, Eddie Bernice
Jordan, Barbara
Katric, Albert Stewert
Kirk, W. Astor
Kirk, Willie Mae
Larry, Jerold H.
Leaks, Roosevelt
Leroy, Moses
Malcolm X, , revolutionary 1925-1965
McAdams, J. C.
McDaniel, Myra
Midland Honorees
Moore, Ruth Mae
Morgan, Warren W.
Mosley, Velma
Pierre, Percy A.
Pitre, Merline
Price, Albert J.
Raibon, Larkin Adolphus
Rand, E. W.
Robertson, Annie
Sadler, James B.
Simond, Ada De Blanc
Stamp, Doris Miller
Sterling, Ronald R., Sr.
Stokes, Rembert E.
Sutton, Lou Nelle
Terry, Robert J.
Thompson, Senfronia
Tillis, Fredrick C.
Tubman, Harriet
Tyler Honorees
Urdy, Charles E.
Washington, Booker T., , educator and spokesman 1856-1915
Washington, Craig Anthony
Whilite, Doris M.
White, Reuben G.
White, Walter, , civil rights leader 1893-1955
Wicks, Laurence V.
Williams, F. N.
Wilson, Onie Mae
Wilson, Ron
Institution files:
Aycock High School
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Full Gospel Holy Temple Church
Little Zion Baptist Church
Mt. Zion Baptist theme: The Power of a Praying Church
St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church
The Third Cultural and Historical Appreciation for Black Texans in East Texas area
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2.325/F70 Dr. David Williams papers:
Biographical file
Literary productions
Research files
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2.325/F71 Administrative records:
Black Texans Historical Society Newsletter
Charter
Clippings and news articles
Correspondence
Degree certificate
Juneteenth in McKinney, Texas
Juneteenth programs
Letters received, 1987
Newsletters of other institutions
Press releases
Programs
State conventions
Texas Department of Agriculture salutes the Black Texans Cultural Museum and Hall of Fame
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2.325/F72 Ephemera
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2.325/F73 Sound recordings:
"Bishop College," How date, May 27, 1984
Brownwood Final After Lunch, April 29, 1989
Divine Measurement, Rev. Jesse Jackson, April 25, 1984
Dr. Allix James, , Minister’s Institute address #8, Devotion, D. E. Johnson May 5, 1960
Dr. G. C. Taylor; Dr. Ellison; Dr. Lunette Saine, institute 1963; L. K. Williams minister, institute, , Bishop College 1963
Dr. Harold King, "Fools Decision"
Dr. Kelsey, sermon, May 2, 1963
General morning session, Common, April 29, 1989
Miles Jones, Micah 6:8
"Minister’s Institute," sermon; Dr. T. M. Chambers, May 1, 1963
"Minister’s Institute," sermon by Rev. C. C. Harper, May 2, 1963; address summation, Dr. Kelsey, May 3, 1963; Dr. G. C. Taylor, sermon, May 3, 1963
Morning service, Rev. Elliot Mason?. "Is my Vocation in keeping with God’s Purpose for Humane Life," gen. 1:26-28, 2 Cor. 5:17-18, Henderson, God’s World Book of Gen.
Religious emphasis Services, April 1965
Religious service at Bishop College ; Morning service, sermon by Rev. J. Cestine Jackson, Evening service: A Devotion by Rev. Eddie J. Barnes, B Women’s Keynote Address, Mrs. Mary O’Ross, Ministers keynote address, by Rev. Shelby Rooks, singing by congregation, led by Rev. L. F. Harden May 26, 1966
Responsive reading: Dr. M. J. Banks, music Bishop choir, sermon address, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Centennial Celebration, 1980
Sermon, Rev. R. J. Lowe; addresses, Dr. F. G. Sampson, Carl P. Collons, 1963
Soundtrack for Black religion show, "Black Spectrum," moderator, Marie Gilbert, , radio station, KLBJ 590 AM August 6, 1989
State convention, Brownwood, Adams County Community Center, April 29, 1989
T. M. Chambers and Key Note Women’s speaker, Mrs. Lammarr, April 27, 1967
Thanks for being the guest of KLBJ, moderator, Maria Gilbert, , radio station, KLBJ 590 AM May 29, 1990
Thanks, Dr. Williams, for being the guest of KLB, radio station, KLBJ 590 AM
Youth Night Worship service, Rev. Freddie Clark, April 23, 1984
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2.325/F74 54th annual minister’s keynote address: Is All Power Engaged: Dr. Evans Crawford April 24, 1984
Assorted tapes and reels, 1978-1989
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2.325/F75 Publications, 1973-1989, undated
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3T111 Photographs, 1938, undated
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3T113 Photographs, 1981-1989, undated
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2.325/V58 Posters
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2.116/OD1223b Posters

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