Rare Book & Manuscript Library
 

M. Moran Weston papers, 1824-1994

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Series XII: Manuscripts and Publications



Box 140 Folder 814 Columbia University dissertation proposal, 1952


Box 140 Folder 815 Columbia University dissertation chapter IV, 1952


Box 140 Folder 816 Correspondence relating to the publication of Social Policy of the Episcopal Church in the Twentieth Century, 1963 and 1964


Box 140 Social Policy of the Episcopal Church in the Twentieth Century. Copy of original dissertation as well as the published book., [n.d.] and 1964, 2 bound volumes



Box 141 Folder 817 Columbia senior theses, 1929/30


Box 141 Folder 818 Weston, Milton M. Writings


Box 141 Folder 819 Filing guide


Box 141 Folder 820 West 135th Street affair, 1977


Box 141 Folder 821 Inner City Scholarship Fund, Inc. Correspondence and manuscript, 1981


Box 141 Folder 822 The Black Church. UTS textbook or course, 1959


Box 141 Folder 823-852 Articles and essays by various authors.



Box 142 Folder 853 Poetry of Protest. Manuscript.


Box 142 Folder 854 Various published works by Weston.


Box 142 Folder 855 Letters to the Editor by Weston.


Box 142 Folder 856 "We Are One." Proposal for the developement of a television series of interviews with Weston.


Box 142 Folder 857 At the Edge of a New Age: The Age of Man. Manuscript.


Box 142 Folder 858 Before the Thunder. Manuscript.


Box 142 Folder 859 Various plans for publications.


Box 142 Folder 860 Books by Weston.


Box 142 Folder 861 Africa and the African Diaspora. Manuscript.


Box 142 Folder 862 Publications by Weston.


Box 142 Folder 863 Correspondence and manuscripts.


Box 142 Folder 864 Weston manuscripts.



Box 143 Newspapers clippings., 1943-1945, 3 volumes



Box 174 Folder 967 "The New Yorker" Magazine Article - "That Was New York - Harlem"