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Algernon D. Black papers, 1932-1979

Series VIII: Subject Files

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Subseries VIII: 1 - Settlement Work, 1923-1930



Box 17 l. My first Settlement House Job -The Hudson Guild in Chelsea – Hell's Kitchen", 1923


Box 17 2. Hudson Guild -Settlement House


Box 17 3. My Work: at Madison House Settlement -1926-1930


Box 17 4. Madison House Settlement General (Appendix)


Subseries VIII: 2 - Labor Movement, undated


Box 17 5. My Work in the Labor Movement (1)


Box 17 6. My Work in the Labor Movement•(2)


Box 17 7. My Work in the Labor Movement (3)


Box 17 8. West Virginia Children of the Coal Mines Project


Subseries VIII: 3: Birth Control, 1929-1970s



Box 18 9. Birth Control Movement -The Beginnings of My Involvement (1929-1930)


Box 18 10. Birth Control Movement -My Involvement thru, 1940s


Box 18 11. Birth Control Involvement Welfare and Health Council of New York Crisis and Conflict - 1953


Box 18 12. Birth Control Involvement - Activities in the 1950s


Box 18 13. Birth Control Movement: - 1960s and 1970s, 1960s, 1970s


Subseries VIII: 4: Abortion Reform, undated


Box 18 14. Abortion Reform Movement


Box 18 15. Movement for Voluntary Sterilization


Box 18 16. Abortion Reform Movement. BOX 19


Subseries VIII: 5: "Subversive"-The McCarthy Era, 1938-1960, undated



Box 19 17. Subversive -"Guilt By Association" -The Beginnings


Box 19 18. Subversive -My "Respectabilities" or "Unlisted" organizations -Awards and Activities


Box 19 19. Subversive -House UnAmerican Activities Committee -Background.


Box 19 20. Attacks based on H.U.A.C. Listings.


Box 19 21. Subversive –H.U.A.C. Attacks -"Guilt by Association"


Box 19 22. Subversive Examples of Activities with Organizations Listed by HUAC as subversive.


Box 19 23. Subversion – The Spanish Civil War


Box 19 24. The Spanish Civil War -Appendix



Box 20 25. Subversion -1939-1940 -Greater New York Conference on Inalienable Rights


Box 20 26. Subversion -Attack by a Newspaper -"The Tablet"


Box 20 27. Subversion - 1948 -"Tablet"/Youthbuilders Attack, 1948


Box 20 28. Subversive -Correspondence on Attack on The Encampment for Citizenship by H.U.A.C.


Box 20 29. Examples of Work, Social Activism, Community Action outside the The Ethical Society.


Box 20 30. Subversion -Freedom House -Controversy, 1960


Box 20 31. Subversive -1943-1949 –The Waldorf Conference Controversy



Box 21 32. Subversive -The Passport Incident


Box 21 33. Subversive The F.B.I. File


Box 21 34. Subversive - CIA File -1938 through Present


Subseries VIII: 6: Radio Experience, undated


Box 21 35. My Radio Experiences


Box 21 36. Drafts and Samples of WQXR Scripts.


Box 21 37. My Radio Experience -Excerpts of Radio "Fan" Mail


Box 21 38. Radio Experience -Miscellaneous Scripts for Various Stations


Box 21 39. Radio Addresses by Other Leaders


Subseries VIII: 7: Experience In Indian Affairs, 1954, 1974, undated



Box 22 40. Sabbatical Year and My Trip to the Reservations (1954)


Box 22 41. How I Became Involved•


Box 22 42. Appendix -Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.


Box 22 43. A Visit to Three Tribes -1954--The Menominee


Box 22 44. A Visit .to the Chippewa at Red Lake


Box 22 45. Stopover After Pine Ridge


Box 22 46. The Oglala Sioux at Pine Ridge


Box 22 47. My Report – Some Reflections


Box 22 48. Indian Affairs - Appendix


Box 22 49. Report of 1954 to the Menominee on Termination -and the Menominee Revisited in 1974, 1954, 1974


Subseries VIII: 8: Study On Medicine, 1962-1972


Box 22 50. Study on Discrimination in Medicine (1962-1963)


Box 22 51. Discrimination in Medicine -Appendix


Box 22 52. Special Projects -Study on Nurses, 1962-1963


Box 22 53. August 1972 -A Report on and Visit to Overboook, A State Correctional Institute for Boys, ages 8-12 New York., August 1972


Subseries VIII: 9: Work Camps for America, 1940-1941, undated



Box 23 54. Work Camps for America -1940-1941


Box 23 55. Work Camps for America -Appendix (Copies of Various Minutes)


Box 23 56. Work Camps for America (Relationship with International Student Service)


Subseries VIII: 10: Encampment for Citizenship, 1940-1969


Box 23 57. Encampment for Citizenship -Its Beginnings, Purposes & General Background


Box 23 58. Encampment for Citizenship -The Campers


Box 23 59. Encampment for Citizenship -The Campers -What They Think They Got and What They Did


Box 23 60. Encampment for Citizenship -Faculty and Staff


Box 23 61. Encampment for Citizenship -Staff Handbook



Box 24 62. Encampment for Citizenship -Staff Evaluation of the Encampment


Box 24 63. Encampment for Citizenship -Educational Program Outlines, 1940s-1960s


Box 24 64. Encampment for Citizenship -Workshops


Box 24 65. Encampment for Citizenship -International Workshops


Box 24 66. Encampment for Citizenship Lectures



Box 25 67. Encampment for Citizenship Educational Policies Committee


Box 25 63. Encampment for Citizenship -Constitution Meetings/Finance


Box 25 69. Encampment for Citizenship -Educational Policy Committee


Box 25 70. Encampment for Citizenship -The Berkeley Encampment (1953-1959-1960)


Box 25 71. Encampment for Citizenship -Puerto Rico Encampment (1959-1961)


Box 25 72. Encampment for Citizenship -Puerto Rico Encampments (1962-1969)


Box 25 73. Encampment for Citizenship "The Young Citizens" -Response to my Letter -1959-1960



Box 26 74. Encampment for Citizenship -Alumni Letters


Box 26 75. Encampment for Citizenship -Individual Stories


Box 26 75. Encampment for Citizenship -Peace Corps


Subseries VIII:11 New York City Police/Civilian Complaint Review Board, 1966


Box 26 77. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (1)


Box 26 78. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (2)


Box 26 79. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (3)


Box 26 80. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (4)


Box 26 8l. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (5)


Box 26 82. Civilian Complaint Review Board - (6)


Subseries VIII:12 -Personalities -As I Remember Them, undated



Box 27 83. Eleanor Roosevelt


Box 27 84. Dr. Albert Einstein and Dr. J.Robert Oppenheimer


Box 27 85. Senator George Metcalf, Frances Levenson, Dr. George Cannon Congressman Earl Brown, "Nanny" Pollitzer


Box 27 86. Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Dorothy Norman, Monsignor Cornelius J. Drew.


Box 27 87. Leopold Stowkowski, Walter White, Jackie Robinson.


Box 27 School Study


Box 27 Special Study-Negroes in TV