Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Constance Baker Motley Papers, 1935-2006

Series II: Early Years, Family and Education

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Subseries II.A.: Education

Box 4 Early education: New Haven High School, 1938-1939

Box 4 Continuing Education, 1940-1941

Box 4 Fisk University (Publications), 1942-1989

Box 4 Fisk University -- Memorabilia, 1941-1942

Box 4 Tuskegee Institute, 1942

Box 4 Columbia Law School 1938 1946, 1938, 1946

Subseries II.B.: Youth Organizations Involvement

Box 4 New Haven Negro Youth Council, 1940

Box 4 NAACP Negro Youth Council, Congress and Conference Involvement, 1940-1942

Box 4 NAACP Youth Council Newsletters and Press Releases, 1941-1942

Box 4 National Negro Youth Week, April, 1942

Box 4 Connecticut Conference on Socila and Labor Legislation, 1938-1940

Subseries II.C.: Family and Miscellaneous Materials

Box 4 Authgraph book of Constance Bakler Motley, 1933-1936

Box 4 Connecticut Negro Bulletin, 1937-1938

Box 4 Negros in World War II (Printed Literature), 1940

Box 4 Connecticut Historical Papers

Box 4 Narrative of the Life and Adventures of a Native of Africa--photocopy

Box 4 John Douglas Home in Chester, Connecticut (Constance Baker Motley summer home)

Box 4 Motley Family Tree, photographs and notes

Box 4 Dalton School-where son Joel attended, 1960 1964, 1960, 1964

Box 4 New Haven Register -- Clippings of the Motley Family (photocopies)