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Hubert H. Harrison papers, 1893-1927

Summary Information

Abstract

The papers of Hubert Harrison, the brilliant and influential writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist in Harlem during the early decades of the 20th century.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1411
Bib ID 6134799 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Harrison, Hubert H
Title Hubert H. Harrison papers, 1893-1927
Physical Description 23 linear feet (19 document boxes; 7 record storage cartons; 1 flat box)
Language(s) English , Latin , French .
Access

This collection is located on-site.

The scrapbooks are fragile. Please use the photocopied surrogates in the boxes instead.

The majority of the collection has been digitized, and is available here: https://dlc.library.columbia.edu/sites/hubert_h_harrison

Arrangement

Arrangement

The papers of Hubert H. Harrison are organized in nine series.

Description

Summary

The collection is composed of the personal papers--correspondence, manuscripts, documents, newspaper clippings, diaries, scrapbooks, memorabilia, photographs and books--of Hubert H. Harrison, an early 20th century African American activist, orator, writer, intellectual, and editor. The papers range from his early years in the United States to his death in 1927.

The bulk of the collection is printed material, mostly clippings and books. There is a substantial correspondence series which includes letters by many prominent writers and individuals such as John E. Bruce, Clarence Darrow, W.E.B. DuBois, Claude Mc Kay, H. L. Mencken, Eugene O'Neill, William Pickens, Adam Clayton Powell, Sr., A. Philip Randolph, Andy Razafkeriefo (Razaf), Joel A. Rogers, T. Lothrop Stoddard, William Monroe Trotter, Walter White, Carter G. Woodson, and Monroe N. Work.

Of particular note is the extensive collection of writings, both original manuscripts as well as clippings from newspapers and magazines by Hubert H. Harrison. In addition, there are numerous scrapbooks compiled by Harrison on a wealth of topics, as well as his diaries.

Many unique and important photographs of Harrison and his family, friends, and associates are contained in the collection along with a notable collection of books, evincing the breath and depth of Harrison's reading, as well as his interest in book collecting.

Harrison's active career as a lecturer and speaker is demonstrated by the numerous broadsides and pamphlets.

Using the Collection

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Restrictions on Access

This collection is located on-site.

The scrapbooks are fragile. Please use the photocopied surrogates in the boxes instead.

The majority of the collection has been digitized, and is available here: https://dlc.library.columbia.edu/sites/hubert_h_harrison

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish material from the collection must be requested from the Curator of Manuscripts, Rare Book and Manuscript Library (RBML). The RBML approves permission to publish that which it physically owns; the responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Hubert H. Harrison Papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Related Materials

See also the following publications: "A Hubert H. Harrison Reader". Edited by Jeffrey B. Perry. CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2001. "Hubert Harrison: The father of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918". forthcoming, Columbia University Press, 2008

Accrual

No accruals are expected

Ownership and Custodial History

Purchase, 2005.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers processed by April Holm and Ben Heller 2006.

Revision Description

2009-07-07 File created.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Born April 27, 1883, in Concordia, St. Croix, Danish West Indies, Hubert H. Harrison was a brilliant and influential writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist in Harlem during the early decades of the 20th century. He played unique, signal roles, in what were the largest class radical movement (socialism) and the largest race radical movement (the New Negro/Garvey movement) of his era. Labor and civil rights activist A. Philip Randolph described him as "the father of Harlem radicalism" and historian Joel A. Rogers considered him "the foremost Afro-American intellect of his time" and "one of America's greatest minds." Following his December 17, 1927, death due to complications of an appendectomy, Harrison's important contributions to intellectual and radical thought were much neglected.

In 1900 Harrison moved to New York City where he worked low-paying jobs, attended high school, and became interested in freethought and socialism. His first of many published letters to the editor appeared in the "New York Times" in 1903. During his first decade in New York the autodidactic Harrison read and wrote constantly and was active in Black intellectual circles at St. Benedict's and St. Mark's Lyceums, the White Rose Home, and the Young Men's Christian Association. He also attended functions of the interracial Sunrise Club as well as Single Tax, Socialist, and Freethought-influenced activities. Beginning in 1907, he made his living as a postal clerk. In 1909 Harrison married Irene Louise ("Lin") Horton, and the following year their first of five children was born. Their relationship went through difficulties and they periodically lived in separate residences. In 1910 Harrison wrote two letters critical of Booker T. Washington that were published in the "New York Sun". Subsequent retaliatory efforts by Washington's "Tuskegee Machine" cost Harrison his postal employment and for the rest of his life he and his family were burdened with financial problems.

Between 1911 and 1914 Harrison was the leading Black activist, orator, and theoretician in the Socialist Party of New York and a prominent supporter of the Industrial Workers of the World. He made important theoretical contributions by emphasizing that true democracy and equality for African Americans implied a revolution startling to even think of and by advocating that socialists champion the cause of African Americans, that they develop a special appeal to and for African Americans, and that they affirm the duty of all socialists to oppose race prejudice. Socialist Party theory and practice led Harrison to conclude that Party leaders, like organized labor leaders, put the white "Race first and class after.".

During his socialist years and after Harrison pioneered the tradition of Harlem soap-box oratory, which was subsequently carried on by Randolph, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, and others. In 1914-15, after leaving the Socialist Party he was active with freethought and other radical secular movements, with free speech and birth control struggles, and with his own "Radical Forum." In 1915-1916, after writing probing theater reviews and delivering talks on the racial significance of World War I, Harrison concentrated work in Harlem's African American community and led in the development of the New Negro Movement.

In 1917 Harrison founded the first organization (The Liberty League) and the first newspaper ("The Voice") of the New Negro Movement--the race conscious, internationalist, mass based movement for "political equality, social justice, civic opportunity, and economic power" that laid the basis for the Garvey movement and contributed significantly to the social and literary climate leading to Alain Locke's well known publication "The New Negro". The Liberty League's "race first" program called for enforcement of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments, federal anti-lynching legislation, militant resistance to racist attacks, and a political voice. In 1917, Harrison's first book"The Negro and the Nation" was published.

Harrison became a nationally recognized Black protest leader in 1918 when he co-chaired (with William Monroe Trotter) the Liberty Congress, the major Black protest effort of WWI. The Congress put forth demands for democracy at home, an end to segregation and disfranchisement, and federal anti-lynching legislation. His wartime protest efforts not only challenged the position taken by W.E.B. DuBois, Joel E. Spingarn, and the NAACP, they also served as precursors to the March on Washington Movement during World War II, which was led by Randolph, and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom during the Vietnam War, which was led by Randolph and Martin Luther King, Jr.

In 1919 Harrison served as editor of the New Negro magazine and then, in 1920, he became the principal editor of Marcus Garvey's "Negro World", which he re-shaped into the major radical race-conscious, political and literary, publication of the era. While writing for the Negro World Harrison discussed history, politics, literature, theater, poetry, international affairs, religion, and science. He also initiated and developed a "Poetry for the People" section and what he described as the first regular book review section by a Black author in history. In 1920 Harrison's second book"When Africa Awakes", was published. By August of 1920 Harrison was highly critical of Garvey's methods, claims, and actions and he ceased serving as managing editor of the "Negro World", though he continued to write articles and editorials for the paper into 1922.

From 1922 until his sudden death in 1927, Harrison, despite periods of ill health, continued to write and lecture prolifically. He published in the "Amsterdam News"; "Interstate Tattler"; "Modern Quarterly"; "New Republic"; "Nation"; "New York Times"; "New York Tribune"; "New York World"; and "Pittsburgh Courier". He lectured for the New York City Board of Education as staff lecturer from 1922-1926. He also spoke at universities, libraries, before community groups, and on street corners. In 1924, he founded the International Colored Unity League and in 1927 he edited "The Voice of the Negro".

Harrison's unexpected death following an appendectomy on December 17, 1927, left behind his widow, four daughters, and a young son. After a massive Harlem funeral he was honored through the creation of the Hubert H. Harrison Memorial Church, which no longer exists. His radicalism on so many issues -- race, class, religion, war, democracy, sexuality, literature and the arts -- and the fact that he was a forthright critic of individuals, organizations, and ideas of influence, were major reasons for his subsequent neglect.

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Series I: Correspondence


Sub-Series 1.1: A-Z



Box 1 Folder 1 Allen, Cleveland G. To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 18 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 2 Arens, Egmont, [Editor, New Masses] To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 14 January 1927


Box 1 Folder 3 Bestor, Arthur E., President, Chautauqua Institute To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 10, February 1923


Box 1 Folder 4 Bigelow, T.P., Manager, Illustrated Press Association To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 25 March 1924


Box 1 Folder 5 Bluford, F.D., Acting President, [North Carolina A & T] To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 14 April 1925


Box 1 Folder 6 Bond, J. P., Agency Director, Standard Life Insurance Company To Whom it May Concern Typed letter signed, (re Hubert H. Harrison)., 7 April 1919

[Photocopy, original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]


Box 1 Folder 7 Braithwaite, Edward J. To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 30 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 8 Brascher, Nahum Daniel, Editor-in-Chief, Associated Negro Press To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 3 July 1923


Box 1 Folder 9 Bridges, W[illia]m To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 3 September 1920


Box 1 Folder 10 Brook, Charles, Secretary for Religious Education, Brooklyn and Queens YMCA To Hubert H. Harrison 4 Typed letters signed, 14 January 1924 - 5 October 1927


Box 1 Folder 11 Brook, Charles, Secretary for Religious Education, Brooklyn and Queens YMCA To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 27 December 1927 and 3 January 1928, 27 December 1927, 3 January 1928


Box 1 Folder 12 Brooks, Van Wyck The Freeman To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Autograph letters signed, 21 October 1921 and 25 October 1921


Box 1 Folder 13 Broun, Heywood, The New York World To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 17 July 1923


Brown, Egbert Ethelred, Minister, The Hubert H. Harrison Memorial Church To Mrs. Hubert. H. Harrison:


Box 1 Folder 14 Autograph letter, 24 August 1929


Box 1 Folder 14 Autograph letter signed, 23 December 1927 (2 pages), 23 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 14 Autograph letter signed, 5 May 1928 (2 pages), 5 May 1928


Box 1 Folder 14 Autograph letter signed, 5 June 1928


Box 1 Folder 14 Typed letter signed, 7 May 1928 (2 pages), 7 May 1928


Box 1 Folder 14 Typed letter signed, 26 August 1929


Box 1 Folder 15 Brown, Marguerite, The Redpath Lyceum Bureau To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 2 January 1925


Box 1 Folder 16 Brown, W.C., Reverend, John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church To Whom it May Concern. Typed letter signed (photocopy), 31 March 1919

[Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]


Box 1 Folder 17 Bruce, John E. To Hon. C.D.B. King, President of the Republic of Liberia Typed letter signed, 5 April 1920 (2 pages), 5 April 1920


Bruce, John E. To Hubert H. Harrison:


Box 1 Folder 18 6 Autograph letters signed, 16 October 1907 - 12 January 1921


Box 1 Folder 18 2 Typed letters signed, 2 August 1917, (2 pages) and 20 April 1906, (2 pages), 2 August 1917, 20 April 1906


Box 1 Folder 19 Bruce, John E. To Hon. Justice James J. Dossen. Typed letter signed, 5 April 1920 (2 pages), 5 April 1920


Box 1 Folder 20 Calverton, V.F., Editor, Modern Quarterly To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 18 June 1926


Box 1 Folder 21 Calvin, Floyd, Editor Educational Supplement, The Messenger To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 13 December 1922


Box 1 Folder 22 Chambers, Ada To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison and Family. Autograph letter signed, 21 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 23 Charles Scribner's Sons To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 3 August 1921


Box 1 Folder 24 Chisum, Melvin J., Field Secretary, National Negro Press Association To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 11 August 1925

[With autograph note by Hubert H. Harrison, 11 July 1926]


Box 1 Folder 25 Clarana, José [Gilberto Freyre] To Hubert H. Harrison, Contributing Editor Negro World Typed letter signed, [16 April 1921]

[With autograph note signed]


Box 1 Folder 26 Comither, A.L., Executive Secretary, Brooklyn and Queens YMCA To Hubert H. Harrison. Typed letter signed, 11 March 1927 (2 pages), 11 March 1927


Box 1 Folder 27 Cools, G. Victor, National Manager, Negro Bureau To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 11 August 1924


Box 1 Folder 28 Copeland, Dr. Royal S. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 27 December 1922


Box 1 Folder 29 Coulthrist, E. To [Irene Harrison.] Autograph letter signed, [December 1927]


Box 1 Folder 30 Crandall Ernest L., Director of Lectures, Board of Education To Dear Sir or Madam Typed letter, 13 June 1923


Box 1 Folder 31 Crandall, Ernest L., Director of Lectures, Board of Education To Hubert H. Harrison 10 Typed letters signed, 14 October 1921 - 11 June 1926

[The 6 November 1922 letter is located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 27]


Box 1 Folder 32 Crandall, Ernest L., Director of Lectures, Board of Education To [Bernard S. Ruiz] 2 Typed letters signed, 16 March 1922 [signed by KMC]; 23 March 1923, 16 March 1922, 23 March 1923


Box 1 Folder 33 Crandall, Ernest L., Director of Lectures, Board of Education To The Trend of the Times Lecturers Typed letter, 21 February 1925


Box 1 Folder 34 Crandall, Ernest L., Director of Lectures, Board of Education To William Pickens Typed letter signed, 19 February 1923

[With autograph note signed by William Pickens on 21 February 1923]


Box 1 Folder 35 Crichlow, Arnold B., Secretary, Unique Operating Company, Inc. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 15 November 1920


Box 1 Folder 36 Crosswaith, Frank R., Special Organizer, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison & Family Typed letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 37 Dabney, Elijah, President, United Chauffeurs Benevolent Association To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 21 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 38 Dabney, W[endell] To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 15 October 1926 ; Typed letter signed, 4 October 1926, 15 October 1926, 4 October 1926


Box 1 Folder 39 Daniel, Rev. Everard W., Curate, St. Philip's Church To Whom it May Concern [Re: Mrs. Irene Harrison] Typed letter signed, 9 January 1917


Box 1 Folder 40 Darrow, Clarence To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 13 March 1926


Box 1 Folder 41 Dawe, George A., Advertising Manager, Funk & Wagnalls Co. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 16 March 1922


[?], Elsie To [Hubert H. Harrison] 6 Autograph letters signed:


Box 1 Folder 42 7 February 1922 (# 5), 7 February 1922

[includes poems "More Memories" and "Another Dream"--Jeff Perry note]


Box 1 Folder 42 24 February 1922 (# 10), 24 February 1922

[includes 1 page enclosure from 'Mummy' and a second enclosure, neither one dated."--Jeff Perry note]


Box 1 Folder 42 26 February 1922 (# 11), 26 February 1922


Box 1 Folder 42 2 September 1922 (# 6), 2 September 1922


Box 1 Folder 42 undated (p. 5 only), undated


Box 1 Folder 42 undated (# 7), undated


Box 1 Folder 43 Doberine, Dorothy To Irene Harrison Autograph letter signed, 19 December [1927]


Box 1 Folder 44 Du Bois, W. E. B. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 10 November 1920


Box 1 Folder 45 Eastman, Max, Editor, The Liberator To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, [ca. 1921, (2 pages), ca. 1921


Box 1 Folder 46 Eckel, Oliver C., Mt. Vernon Y Men's Club To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Autograph letters signed, 18 January 1926 (2 pages); 2 January 1927 (2 pages); 11 January 1927 3 pages, 18 January 1926, 2 January 1927, 11 January 1927


Ecker, Dan H., General Secretary, NYU YMCA To Hubert H. Harrison:


Box 1 Folder 47 Autograph letter signed, 24 November 1926 3 pages, 24 November 1926


Box 1 Folder 47 Autograph letter signed, 10 December 1926 3 pages, 10 December 1926


Box 1 Folder 47 Autograph letter signed, 20 December 1926


Box 1 Folder 47 Typed letter signed, 26 March 1926


Box 1 Folder 47 Typed letter signed, 12 March 1927


Box 1 Folder 48 Ellegor, F. Wilcum To My Dear Mr. Johnson [Re: Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter signed, 15 April 1920


Box 1 Folder 49 Ellegor, F. Wilcum To [unaddressed Re: Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter signed, 15 April 1920


Box 1 Folder 50 Ely, Robert E., Trustee, The League for Political Education, Town Hall, New York To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 18 April 1923


Box 1 Folder 51 Eshuick, Kathleen S. To Lyn Harrison Autograph letter signed, 23 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 52 [Fayde, Dr. Gertrude M.] To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed "Your Old Pal,", 2 March 1927


Box 1 Folder 53 Fort-Whiteman, Lovett, Organizer, American Negro Labor Congress To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, undated Typed letter, 1 April 1926 (2 pages), undated, 1 April 1926


Box 1 Folder 54 [Francis, Mary Collins] MCF To My Dear Brother and Family Christmas card, undated


Box 1 Folder 55 Frank, Glenn, Editor, Century Magazine To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 13 January 1922


Box 1 Folder 56 Furniss, T. Benedict, Registrar, Metropolitan College of Chiropractic To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Typed letters signed, 13 December 1921-4 March 1922


Box 1 Folder 57 Ghowfison, Thos. E. and Family To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 22 December 1927


Box 1 Folder 58 Gilpin, Charles S. To Whom It May Concern [Re: Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter signed, 30 June 1924


Box 1 Folder 59 Gold, Michael, [Editor, New Masses] To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 29 October 1926


Box 1 Folder 60 Gordon, William, Howard University School of Theology To [?] Autograph letter signed (photocopy), 23 April 1919

[Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]


Box 1 Folder 61 Grey, Edgar M., Associate Editor, New York News To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 6 February 1926


Box 1 Folder 62 Gruening, Ernest, The Nation To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Typed letter signed, 25 November 1922-19 January 1924



Box 2 Folder 1 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To [?] Allen. Autograph letter, undated [page 1 and 3 only], undated


Box 2 Folder 2 Harrison, Hubert H., President, The Colored Unity League To Arthur Hillard Autograph letter signed, 27 October 1925


Box 2 Folder 3 Harrison, Hubert H. To Dr. Beck Autograph letter signed, 12 November 1927


Box 2 Folder 4 Harrison, Hubert H. To Clifford Smyth, Editor, International Book Reveiew Typed letter signed, 23 February 1923


Box 2 Folder 5 Harrison, Hubert H. To Copyright Office Autograph letter signed, 29 December 1920


Box 2 Folder 6 Harrison, Hubert H., Associate Editor,Negro World To Cornhill Company. Typed letter signed, 9 April 1920 [For reply, see Reid, W.E., Cornhill Company to Hubert H. Harrison], 9 April 1920


Box 2 Folder 7 Harrison, Hubert H. To Edgar [M.] Gray [Grey] Autograph letter, undated Autograph letter signed, 7 July 1921, undated, 7 July 1921


Box 2 Folder 8 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To the Editor Typed letter, May 1922 [page 1 only], May 1922


Box 2 Folder 9 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To [Elsie ] 7 Autograph letters signed: 4 February 1922-1 October 1924 and undated, 4 February 1922-1 October 1924, undated


Box 2 Folder 10 Harrison, Hubert H. To Ernest L. Crandall Typed letter signed, 17 March 1922 (2 pages), 17 March 1922

[With autograph note signed by Hubert H. Harrison 1924]


Box 2 Folder 11 Harrison, Hubert H. To [Ferdinand Q.] Morton Autograph letter signed, 19 November 1921


Box 2 Folder 12 Harrison, Hubert H. To Fred R. Moore Autograph letter signed, undated


Box 2 Folder 13 Harrison, Hubert H. To Mrs. Irene Harrison Autograph post card signed, 14 October 1912


Box 2 Folder 14 Harrison, Hubert H. To Dr. Jacob Ross, Principal PS 89 Autograph letter signed, 10 October 1923


Box 2 Folder 15 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To Jaime C. Gile Typed letter, 19 April 1921


Box 2 Folder 16 Harrison, Hubert H. To J.O.H. Cosgrave, Editor, The Sunday World Autograph letter signed, 13 November 1921


Box 2 Folder 17 Harrison, Hubert H. To Lin [Harrison] Calling card signed, undated


Box 2 Folder 18 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To Lin [Harrison] Valentine card, undated


Box 2 Folder 19 Harrison, Hubert H., Associate Editor Negro World To Lothrop Stoddard 6 Typed letters, 24 June 1920-1 July 1921


Box 2 Folder 20 [Harrison, Hubert H.], Associate Editor,Negro World To [Lucian B.] Watkins 2 Typed letters, 9 April 1920 and 25 May 1920 Autograph letter signed, 2 January 1920, 9 April 1920 and 25 May 1920, 2 January 1920


Box 2 Folder 21 Harrison, Hubert H. To Martin J. Healy, the Alderman, c/o the Cayuga Club Autograph letter signed, 7 December 1921


Box 2 Folder 22 Harrison, Hubert H., President, Liberty League To New York Times Editor Typed letter signed, 18 January 1923 4 pages, 18 January 1923


Box 2 Folder 23 [Harrison, Hubert H.], Editor Negro World To Review of Reviews Co. Typed letter, 23 October 1920


Box 2 Folder 24 [Harrison, Hubert H.], Editor Negro World To Thomas Wallace Swann Typed letter, 11 September 1920


Box 2 Folder 25 Harrison, Hubert H., Editor Negro World To W.E.B. DuBois Typed letter, 18 November 1920


Box 2 Folder 26 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To W[illia]m Bridges Typed letter, 3 November 1920


Box 2 Folder 27 Harrison, Hubert H. To [?] Autograph letter signed, 27 October 1924 [Re: Republican Party], 27 October 1924


Box 2 Folder 28 Harrison, Hubert H. To [?] Typed letter, undated [page 2 of 2, re. book reviews], undated


Box 2 Folder 29 [Harrison, Hubert H.] To [?] 2 Autograph letters, undated fragments, undated


Box 2 Folder 30 Harrison, Ilva [Harrison's daughter] To Miss Adams Autograph letter, 14 May 1933


Box 2 Folder 31 Harrison, Ilva [Harrison's daughter] To Aunt Etta Autograph letter, 3 January 1933


Box 2 Folder 32 Harrison, Irene To Charles Brook Autograph letter signed, 30 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 33 Harrison, Irene To Virgin Islands Congressional Council Autograph letter signed, 30 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 34 [Harrison], R[?] [Check this one] To [?] Autograph letter, 12 August 1941


Box 2 Folder 35 Haughton, Alfred, Managing Editor Boston Chronicle To Hubert H. Harrison 4 Typed letters signed, 4 January 1923-4 February 1924


Box 2 Folder 36 Hawkins, John Clifford, NY State Assemblyman To Ernest L. Crandall [Re: Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter signed, 24 October 1921


Box 2 Folder 37 Healy, Martin J., the Alderman, c/o the Cayuga Club To Hon. Richard E. Enright. Autograph letter signed, 5 April 1922


Box 2 Folder 38 Hertz, Emanuel To My Dear Friend and Neighbor Typed letter signed, 2 November 1923


Box 2 Folder 39 Hill, H.P., Hollis St. Colonial Tremont Theatres To Hubert H. Harrison [Re: Eubie Blake] Typed letter signed, 23 June 1924



Flat Box 740 Hill, John Louis, Editor-in-chief, Court-Astoria Publishers To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 17 August 1927 [Oversized], 17 August 1927



Box 2 Folder 40 Hill, Leslie Pinckney and Vincent D. Nicholson, American Friends Service Committee To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed (photocopy), 2 February 1927 (2 pages), 2 February 1927


Box 2 Folder 41 Holstein, Casper To [Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison] Calling card signed, [December 1927] ], [December 1927]


Box 2 Folder 42 Holstein, Casper, President, Virgin Islands Congressional Council To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 18 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 43 Hood, Eileen, Managing Editor, Modern Quarterly To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 14 August 1926 and 26 August 1926


Box 2 Folder 44 Houston, Drusilla [Dunjee], founder, Oklahoma Vocational Institute of Fine Arts and Crafts To Esteemed Friend [Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter, 3, October 1927


Box 2 Folder 45 Howells, W.D., The St. Charles To Hubert H. Harrison, Editor of the [Union] of St. Mark's Lyceum Autograph letter signed, 28 February 1906


Box 2 Folder 46 Hubert, James H., Executive Secretary, Urban League NY To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 8 May 1926 and 17 July 1926, 8 May 1926, 17 July 1926


Box 2 Folder 47 Hubert, James H., Executive Secretary, Urban League NY To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 48 Hutter, Arthur To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 15 March 1927 and 22 November 1927, 15 March 1927, 22 November 1927


Box 2 Folder 49 Independent Colored Political Club To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 29 November 1927


Box 2 Folder 50 Jackson, Anselmo To Hubert I [Hubert H. Harrison] Autograph letter, 18 August 1920 [page 1 only; with note], 18 August 1920


Box 2 Folder 51 Jackson, Leana To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 2 January 1928 (6 pages), 2 January 1928


Box 2 Folder 52 Johnson, B.T. To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed (photocopy), 1 April 1919 [Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases], 1 April 1919


Box 2 Folder 53 Johnson, Charles S., Editor, Opportunity To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Typed letters signed, 8 December 1923-13 March 1924


Box 2 Folder 54 Johnson, Irving, General Manager, Popular Magazine Co. To Hubert H. Harrison 5 Typed letters signed, 10 February 1925-5 March 1925


Box 2 Folder 55 Jones, Eugene Kinckle, Executive Secretary, Urban League To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 3 August 1926


Box 2 Folder 56 Jones, Phil A., Editor, Chicago Defender To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 20 December 1923 and 4 January 1924, 20 December 1923, 4 January 1924


Box 2 Folder 57 Keaton, Mabel D. To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 58 Keyser, Frances R. To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 30 December 1927


Box 2 Folder 59 Kriete Fred L., Temporary Chairman, NYU To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 30 March 1926 and 8 April [1926


Box 2 Folder 60 Laszlo, Dr. Frank To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 16 September 1927


Box 2 Folder 61 Ledeatti, Ernest To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 17 July 1924


Box 2 Folder 62 Lew, W.E. To Whom it May Concern. Typed letter signed (photocopy), April 1919

[Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]


Box 2 Folder 63 [Lieberstein], Julius To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 15 January 1928


Box 2 Folder 64 Littell, Robert, The New Republic To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 27 April 1923

[with autograph note]


Box 2 Folder 65 Liveright, Horace B. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 11 June 1924


Box 2 Folder 66 McKay, Claude To [Marcus] Garvey Autograph letter signed, 17 December 1919 (2 pages), 17 December 1919


Box 2 Folder 67 McKibbin, Robert Lawrence, American Mercury To Dear Friend and Doctor [Hubert H. Harrison] Autograph letter signed, 13 December 1926 4 pages, 13 December 1926


Box 2 Folder 68 Macy, John To [Hubert H. Harrison], Staff Reviewer, The Nation Typed letter, undated

[With autograph note signed from Hubert H. Harrison dated 4 June 1923]


Box 2 Folder 69 Marquess, Eliza Buckner, Assistant Branch Librarian, NYPL, Circulation Department To Cyril Wallace Typed letter signed, 25 March 1926


Box 2 Folder 70 Matthews, Ralph To Aida Harrison Typed letter signed, 27 July 1936


Box 2 Folder 71 Mencken, H.L. To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Typed letters signed:, 11 January [ca. 1923; 10 July [1923 ]; 19 July [1924 ]


Box 2 Folder 72 Messner, Julian To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 13 January 1925


Box 2 Folder 73 Miller, H.E., Supt. Newark Works, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co. To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letter signed [by Chas. B. Popenoe], 23 May 1922 and 31 May 1922, 23 May 1922, May 1922


Box 2 Folder 74 [Millinery, Cecile] To [unknown recipient] Autograph letter, undated


Box 2 Folder 75 Minor, Lydia Gibson To [August a] Savage Autograph letter signed, 12 March 1926


Box 2 Folder 76 Morgan, John Alex, M.D. Autograph letter (photocopy), 21 April 1919

[Copy in hand of Hubert H. Harrison. Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]


Box 2 Folder 77 Morris, Jessie To Hubert H. Harrison 3 Autograph letters signed, 20 June 1922-January 1923



Box 3 Folder 1 Nearon, Dr. Leo Fitz To Mrs. Hubert. H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 2 Negro Post Office Clerks To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed (multiple signatures), [1920]


Box 3 Folder 3 Nevins, Allan, Editor, The Sun To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 14 February 1925 [with note], 14 February 1925


Box 3 Folder 4 Normil, Margaret, Mgr. N.Y. Office, The Redpath Lyceum Bureau To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 13 April 1923


Box 3 Folder 5 O'Neill, Eugene To Hubert H. Harrison 4 Autograph letters signed: 9 June, 1921 2 page photocopy, [original pasted in book Emperor Jones], 15 March 1924, 12 October 1924 (with note by [Hubert H. Harrison]) 10 January 1925, 9 June, 1921, 15 March 1924, 12 October 1924, 10 January 1925


Box 3 Folder 6 Oxley, Mr. & Mrs. Eustace and Son Autograph letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 7 Permanent Committee of the Public Lecture Forum To Ernest L. Crandall Typed letter, [Early Spring 1924]


Box 3 Folder 8 Pickens, William To [Ernest R. Crandall] Typed letter signed, undated, incomplete


Box 3 Folder 9 Pickens, William, Field Secretary, NAACP To Hubert H. Harrison 4 Autograph letters signed, 20 February 1924-8 October 1926


Box 3 Folder 10 Pickens, William To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 11 Platz, John Leslie To My Dear Doctor [Hubert H. Harrison] Autograph letter signed, 1 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 12 Poston, U.S., Chairman, Harlem Branch, John F. Hylan 5-Cent Fare Club To Mr. Brat [Re: Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter signed, 27 August 1925


Box 3 Folder 13 Powell, Adam Clayton [Sr.] and William Trotter To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 3 April 1918


Box 3 Folder 14 Ramsey, S. O'Donald To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter, 12 October 1925


Box 3 Folder 15 Rand McNally & Co. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 23 June 1922


Box 3 Folder 16 Randolph, A. Philip, General Organizer, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 21 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 17 Raz[afkeriefo], A. Paul To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Autograph letters signed, 24 July 1917 and 19 September 1920, 24 July 1917, 19 September 1920


Box 3 Folder 18 Reid, W.E. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 15 April 1920 [re Harrison to Cornhill Company]., 15 April 1920


Box 3 Folder 19 Reid, W.E. To Lucian B. Watkins 3 Typed letters, 11 September 1919-9 April 1920


Box 3 Folder 20 Reiss, Robert, Harlsem Home News To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter, 9 May 1923


Box 3 Folder 21 Rigo, Mrs. J. To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 27 May 1924


Box 3 Folder 22 Robinson, John E., Managing Editor, The New York Amsterdam News To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed (per E.S.), 20 October 1921


Box 3 Folder 23 Rogers, J.A. To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 26 November 1927 (4 pages), 26 November 1927


Box 3 Folder 24 [Rogers, J.A] To [Hubert H. Harrison] Autograph letter, [ca. 1921 ] [p. 4 only], ca. 1921


Box 3 Folder 25 Rogers, J.A. To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 8 January 1928


Box 3 Folder 26 Rose, Ernestine, Branch Librarian, New York Public Library To Elizabeth H. Davis Typed letter signed, 29 May 1924

[Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 30]


Box 3 Folder 27 Rose, Ernestine, Branch Librarian, New York Public Library To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 29 May 1924 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 30] Typed letter signed (per C.A.L.), 14 September 1922 Typed letter signed, [1925 ] (fragment), 29 May 1924, September 1922


Box 3 Folder 28 Ruiz, M.F. To Ernest Crandall Typed letter signed, 12 March 1922


Box 3 Folder 29 Ruiz, M.F. To Hubert H. Harrison. Autograph letter signed, 6 March 1922 (4 pages) 4 Typed letters signed, 12 March 1922-27; March 1923, 6 March 1922, 12 March 1922-27; March 1923


Box 3 Folder 30 Russell, Mrs. [?] To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 20 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 31 Saunders, J. Lister To Mrs. Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 23 December 1927


Box 3 Folder 32 Schwartz, A.L., Acting Secretary, Bronx Fellowship Club To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 21 September 1925


Box 3 Folder 33 Scott, Chester A., President, Scott Brothers To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 13 February 1921


Box 3 Folder 34 Scott, J. Winfield, The Loyal Sovereign Citizen Corporation To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 17 November 1922 (5 pages), 17 November 1922


Box 3 Folder 35 Shields, Henri W. To Elizabeth H. Davis Typed letter signed, 22 May 1924

[Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 29]


Box 3 Folder 36 Shields, Henri W. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 11, November 1922


Box 3 Folder 37 Siegfried, Louis S., President, Metropolitan College of Chiropractic To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 1 March 1922


Box 3 Folder 38 Simonton, Vera To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 3 April [n.y.]


Box 3 Folder 39 Smith, Mildred Chatfield, Executive Secretary, [Open Forum Speaker's Bureau] To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 5 September 1924 Typed letter, undated, 5 September 1924, undated


Box 3 Folder 40 Spencer, C., The Douglass Society of CCNY To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 18 March 1925 (2 pages), 18 March 1925


Box 3 Folder 41 Stoddard, T. Lothrop To Hubert H. Harrison 14 Typed letters signed, 17 June 1920-8 April 1922


Box 3 Folder 42 Thomas, Wendell K., Assistant Director of Lectures, Board of Education of the City of New York To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 16 January 1924 and 6 October 1924, 16 January 1924, October 1924


Box 3 Folder 43 Thomas, Wilbur K., Executive Secretary, American Friends Service Committee To Hubert H. Harrison 4 Typed letters signed, 2 November 1926-28 December 1926; Typed letter, 28 July 1926 [p. 1 only], 2 November 1926-28 December 1926, 28 July 1926


Box 3 Folder 44 Thompson, [Dave Louis] To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Autograph letters signed, 7 August 1920 and 1 September 1926, 7 August 1920, 1 September 1926


Box 3 Folder 45 Trotter, William Monroe To Hubert H. Harrison Autograph letter signed, 17 November 1917


Box 3 Folder 46 Van Doren, Ireta, Literary Editor, The Nation To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 5 October 1923


Box 3 Folder 47 Walker, Edwin C. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 7 March 1923


Box 3 Folder 48 War Department, Office of the Surgeon General To [Hubert H. Harrison] Typed letter, 3 December 1918


Box 3 Folder 49 Watkins, Lucian B. To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Typed letters signed, 8 April 1920 (2 pages), and 13 April 1920 2 pages, 8 April 1920, 13 April 1920


Box 3 Folder 50 Welzmiller, Blanche Wylie, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department of Public Works To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 4 August 1921


Box 3 Folder 51 White, Walter, Assistant Secretary, NAACP To August a Savage Typed letter signed, 15 March 1926


Box 3 Folder 52 White, Walter, Assistant Secretary, NAACP To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 15 September 1924


Box 3 Folder 53 Williams, J.P. To Hubert H. Harrison 2 Autograph letters signed, 11 June 1921 (2 pages), and 2 August 1921 (2 pages), 11 June 1921, 2 August 1921


Box 3 Folder 54 Williamson, Margaret, Literary Editor, The Christian Science Monitor To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 14 June 1922


Box 3 Folder 55 Woodson, Carter G., Director, The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 6 May 1927


Box 3 Folder 56 Work, Monroe N., Editor Negro Year Book, The Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 20 July 1922


Box 3 Folder 57 Yust, Walter To Hubert H. Harrison Typed letter signed, 18 December 1924


Box 3 Folder 58 [Unknown writer] To [August a] Savage Typed letter, 18 March 1926 (2 pages), 18 March 1926


Box 3 Folder 59 [Unknown writer] To Hubert H. Harrison Telegram, 27 November 1926


Box 3 Folder 60 [Unknown writer] To Mrs. [Irene] Harrison 2 Autograph post cards signed, 8 June 1928 and 21 June 1928, 8 June 1928, 21 June 1928

[Re events at Hubert Harrison Memorial Church]


Box 3 Folder 61 [Unknown writer] To [?] Typed letter signed, undated (fragment), undated


Sub-Series 1.2: Condolence Cards


Box 3 Folder 62 Condolence cards, from Mr. and Mrs. Goveren; Martin J. Healy; Chicapee Club; J.C. Price Lyceum; George W. Fields 5 cards, 3 envelopes, December 1927

[Relating to the death of Hubert H. Harrison]

Series II: Writings by Hubert H. Harrison


Sub-Series 2.1: A-Z Writings



Box 4 Folder 1 500 Word Stories Notes, Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 4 Folder 2 700 New Yorkers Welcome Victory Life Insurance Co. Clipping. [September 1924] [with note]


Box 4 Folder 3 Additional Character-Material and Places-Material Notes, Autograph manuscript, undated [page 4 only], undated


Box 4 Folder 4 Advertising in theVoice and Lessons in Language . 2 Clippings (The Voice ), 10 July 1917 [with note], 10 July 1917


Box 4 Folder 5 Affidavit of Circulation Clipping (The Voice). 21 August 1917 [with note], 21 August 1917



Box 13 Folder 7 Africa as She Is Review of Africa: Slave or Free by John H. Harris, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 19 February1921

For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1&2 Africa at the Peace Table Editorial from The Voice, 26 December 1918

For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Africa Here and There Review of The Wings of Oppression by Leslie Pinckney Hill and Night Drums by Achmed Abdullah, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 12 November 1921

For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 6 Also 'Fatty.' Notes, Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 4 Folder 7 American Slavery Past and Present. Review Aftermath of Slavery by William Sinclair from Negro World Clipping, [13 June 1921]



Box 13 Folder 7 American Slavery Past and Present Review of The Aftermath of Slavery by William A. Sinclair from Negro World, 13 August 1921

For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 8 American Spirit Speaks and Close Ranks Editorial in The Voice Clipping, 1 August 1918 [with note], 1 August 1918



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 America's Backward Race, Editorial fromThe New Negro, September 1919 (pages 5-6, some multiple copies), September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Another Negro Poet Editorial from Negro World, 12 March1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Answers to Questions Concerning Books Editorial from Negro World, 28 August 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 An Apology Editorial from Negro World, 13 August 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Are Negro Actors White?; Editorial from Negro World, 12 March1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 9 The Arms and the Man Editorial inThe Voice Clipping, 17 July 1917 [with note], 17 July 1917



Box 13 Folder 1&2 [Article in Hebrew] Article from Zukunft, [date in Hebrew]

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook, pages. 129-132]



Box 4 Folder 10 The Art of the Theatre and How to Understand It Article (with Typed manuscript pasted on page 2) Autograph manuscript, [c. 1917], (2 pages)


Box 4 Folder 11 As Harrison Sees It Amsterdam News Clipping, 6 October 1926 [with note], 6 October 1926



Box 13 Folder 7 As Nature Leads Review of book by J.A. Rogers from Negro World, 3 July 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 12 At the Back of the Black Man's Mind Article (unpublished, submitted to The New Republic ) Autograph manuscript, [November 1922?], (12 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 A Batch of Books Review of Lady Luck by Hugh Wiley-Alfred The Philosophy of Marx by Harry Watson The Sense of Humor by Max Eastman, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 18 March 1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 13 Black Bards of Yesterday and Today Review of Book of American Negro Poetry in New York National Star Clipping, 16 December 1923 [2 copies], 16 December 1923



Box 6 Folder 58 The Black Man's Burden Poem [alongside "The White Man's Burden" poem by Rudyard Kipling] by Hubert H. Harrison from The Voice ] Clipping, 4 September 1917



Box 4 Folder 14 The Black Man's Burden: A Reply to "The White Man's Burden." No. 1 of the Liberty League Leaflets Circular, [c. 1918]


Box 4 Folder 15 The Black Man's Burden: Proem to Part Two Autograph manuscript, signed draft, [7 November 1920], 5 pages Broadside [Unity League Leaflets No. 1], undated



Box 13 Folder 7 The Black Man's Burden "Meditations of Mustapha" column from Negro World, 20 September 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Black Man's Burden Review of book by E. D. Morel fromNegro World, 11 December 1920 [with note], 11 December 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1&2 The Black Man's Burden Poem from The New Negro, October 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 8 Folder 6 The Black Tide Turns in Politics [Article] [written under pseudonym Frances Dearborn] Typed manuscript draft, undated, 5 pages



Box 4 Folder 16 Blood of the Custom House Notes re. Gertrude Fayde Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 4 Folder 17 […] Book: Notes re. irony Autograph manuscript, 23 December 1920


Box 4 Folder 18 Book Review Review The Negro in American Life by Jerome Dowd from Pittsburgh Courier Clipping, [12 February1927] [with note]


Box 4 Folder 19 Book Reviews Review The Day of Faith by Arthur Sommers Roche fromNegro Times Clipping, 25 September 1922 [with note], 25 September 1922


Box 4 Folder 20 Book Reviewing as a Fine Art Notes Autograph manuscript, [c. 1907?], (2 pages), 1907?


Box 4 Folder 21 Books About Africa and The Black Man's Burden Article, Autograph manuscript, [c. 11 December 1920], (5 pages) Review of book by E. D. Morel, Autograph manuscript, signed, [November 1920], (8 pages) Clipping, 11 December 1920


Box 4 Folder 22 Book Titles and Costs Notes, Autograph manuscript, 25 April 1924

[On reverse of To the Book Editor from Council of Women for Home Missions]



Box 13 Folder 1&2 Britain in India Editorial fromThe New Negro, September 1919 (some multiple copies), September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 23 Bridging the Gulf of Color Essay, Autograph manuscript, [April 1922?], (7 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 The Brown Man Leads the Way Review of The New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 29 October 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 24 The Cabaret School of Negro Literature and Art. Draft [ Pittsburgh Courier ] Clipping, [28 May 1927], 3 pages [with note]

[Written on reverse of correspondence of Hill, Leslie Pinckney and Vincent D. Nicholson to Dear Friend Hubert H. Harrison?]


Box 4 Folder 25 The Cabaret School of [Negro Writers Does Not Represent One-Tenth of Race.] Clipping from [ Pittsburgh Courier ], 28 May 1927


Box 4 Folder 26 Caliban Considers Title page, Autograph manuscript, [c. 1923]


Box 4 Folder 27 Caliban in the Slums Review of Goat Alley: A Play in Three Acts by Ernest Howard Culbertson New Republic Clipping, 18 July 1923


Box 4 Folder 28 The Call of Culture Advertisement (unpublished) Autograph manuscript, [c. 1914?], 3 pages, 1914?


Box 4 Folder 29 A Call to Action Editorial fromThe Voice Clipping, 31 July 1917 [with note], 31 July 1917


Box 4 Folder 30 Canary Cottage: A Dramatic Opinion Review Autograph manuscript, undated, (3 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 Canary Cottage: A Dramatic Opinion Review from Negro World, 30, 30 October 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Caucasian Canker in South Africa Review of The Real South Africa by Ambrose Pratt From Negro World, 14 May 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 A "Cheap" Administration Editorial from Negro World, 29 May 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook


Box 13 Folder 7 Chiropractic--Good and Bad Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column Negro World, 10 December 1921[2 copies]

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 31 Christian History Review of A Short History of Christianity by Salomon Reinach fromThe Nation Clipping, 3 3 October 1923 [with note], 3 October 1923


Box 4 Folder 32 City of Success Clipping from Oklahoma City Black Dispatch [19 September 1924] [with note]


Box 4 Folder 33 The City of Success Clipping from Indianapolis Freeman [20 September 1924]


Box 4 Folder 34 Class Book: An American History for Public Schools; The Art of the Short Story. Autograph manuscript draft (unpublished) [1920 1926] (124 page bound volume)


Box 4 Folder 35 The Coming Election Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 18 18 October 1917 [with note], 18 October 1917


Box 4 Folder 36 Conversed with… Notes. Autograph manuscript, 14 June 1923

[Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p.26.]



Box 13 Folder 7 The Crab Barrel Poem from Negro World, 10 April 1920.

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Crisis Asleep Editorial from The Negro World, 19 June 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 37 Cultured Candid Critic Clipping from Loyal Citizen Sovereignty, November 1922 [with note], November 1922



Box 13 Folder 7 Curbing the Gouging Landlords Editorial from The Negro World, 17 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1&2 A Cure for the Ku-Klux Editorial from The Voice, 30 January 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Darktown Follies' a Great Hit at the Lafayette Review from New York Dispatch, 19 November 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Darkwater Review of book by W.E.B. Du Bois fromNegro World, 17 April 1920 [with note], 17 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 38 Decl. of Indep. Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 11], undated


Box 4 Folder 39 De Cultura Filiarum List of diary entries concerning relationship with wife Irene ("Lin") Harrison Autograph manuscript, undated [Original in Diaries and Scrapbooks under notes from diaries]., undated


Box 4 Folder 40 "Democracy" in America Clipping fromNegro World, 8 October 1921 [with note], 8 October 1921



Box 13 Folder 7 "Democracy" in America Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 8 October 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 41 The Descent of Dr. DuBois Editorial from The Voice Clipping, [18 July 1918] [with note]



Box 13 Folder 7 A Difference of Opinion Editorial from Negro World, 7 August 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 42 Digging for Lost African Gods Review of book by Byron Khun de Prorok, Opportunity Clipping, [August 1926] [with note]



Box 13 Folder 1&2 A Direct Issue Published letter from Brooklyn Daily Eagle, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 43 Disarmament and the Darker Races Autograph manuscript draft, [December 1921], (3 pages)


Box 4 Folder 44 [Disarm]ament and the Darker Races Clipping fromNegro World, [December 1921-Jan 1922?] [with note], 1922?


Box 4 Folder 45 Disarmament and the Darker Races: Outline of Portion of Chapter Eleven Notes. Autograph manuscript, [December 1921], (2 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 Disarmament and the Darker Races Editorial from Negro World, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 46 Dramatis Personae Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 4 Folder 47 Dr. Harrison's Last Article [and Hubert Harrison--Dead! ] Clipping from Pittsburgh Courier, 31 December 1927 [with note], 31 December 1927


Box 4 Folder 48 Drifting Poem (unpublished) 2 Autograph manuscripts, February1922



Box 13 Folder 1&2 The Duty of the Socialist Party Article fromThe New York Call, 13 December 1911 [2 copies], 13 December 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 49 The East St. Louis Horror Editorial from The Voice Clipping, [4 July 1917] [with note]



Box 13 Folder 7 Education and the U.N.I.A Editorial from The Negro World, 8 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 50 Egypt Autograph manuscript fragment, undated


Box 4 Folder 51 Election Results Editorial from The Voice Clipping, undated [with note], undated


Box 4 Folder 52 The Emperor Jones Clipping (photocopy), [4 June 1921] [original in Books] Clipping (appeared in Negro World on 4 June 1921 2 pages), 4 June 1921



Box 13 Folder 7 An Englishman Visits Africa Review of The Soul of John Brown by Stephen Graham, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 12 February1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 53 Essay on Truth Autograph manuscript fragment, undated


Box 4 Folder 54 European history Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated (p. 2 only), undated


Box 4 Folder 55 Exchange List Address list (newspapers) Typed manuscript, undated, 3 pages [with note]


Box 4 Folder 56 Fiction Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 7 Finale Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from The Negro World, 31 December 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 First Principles Editorial from Negro World, 16 July 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 57 The Fish-Kettle Column by Master Alcofribas [Hubert H. Harrison] in The Tattler) 3 clippings, 20 January 1925 (2 copies with note); 27 January 1924 (2 copies with note); 2 March1924 (2 copies with note), 20 January 1925, 27 January 1924, 2 March1924


Box 4 Folder 58 For the Book of Words Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 7 Frightful Friendship Vs. Self-Defense Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 18 June 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 59 From a Well-Wisher Article by James Phillips on Hubert H. Harrison Autograph manuscript, [c. 1926]


Box 4 Folder 60 From Caesar Drunk to Caesar Sober Editorial from The Voice Clipping, [7 August 1917]


Box 4 Folder 61 Garvey and U.N.I.A. Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated [Original in Diaries and Scrapbooks under notes from diaries], undated


Box 4 Folder 62 Garveyesque Locution Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated [Written on envelope dated 14 February1925 p. 2 only], undated, 14 February1925



Box 13 Folder 7 Germany, England and the African Review of Colonies and Calumnies by Hans Georg von Doering and France's Black Militarism by Ajax from Negro World, 23 July 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 A Good Word for the Stage Editorial from The Negro World, 4 March 1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1&2 Goodwill Toward Men Editorial from [The Voice)], 26 December 1918

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 "Gotten" is "Rotten." Editorial from The Negro World, 15 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 63 Gov't Ownership Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 4 Folder 64 The Greatest American Writer Notes re. Mark Twain Autograph manuscript, 26 January 1924 (3 pages), 26 January 1924



Box 13 Folder 1&2 Half a Man: The Status of the Negro . Article from Amsterdam News, 15 July 1911 [Hubert H. Harrison as Hamlet, 15 July 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 65 Hands Across the Sea Clipping fromNegro World, 9 October 1921 [with note], 9 October 1921



Box 13 Folder 7 Hands Across the Sea Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from The Negro World, 10 September 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Harlem Hospital Editorial from The Negro World, 7 May 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 66 Harlem Hospital Clipping [by Hubert H. Harrison?] fromNegro World, 7 May 1921 [with note], 7 May 1921


Box 4 Folder 67 Harlem Shadows Review of book by Claude McKay from New York World Clipping, 21 May 1922 [with note], 21 May 1922


Box 4 Folder 68 Harlem's Neglected Opportunities Clipping from Amsterdam News, 30 November 1927 [with note], 30 November 1927


Box 4 Folder 69 History and Forecast of the Disarmament Movement Notes. Autograph manuscript, 16 November 1924 (3 pages), 16 November 1924


Box 4 Folder 70 History of Democracy Review of Irresistible Movement of Democracy by John Simpson Penman from The Nation Clipping, 16 July 1924 [with note], 16 July 1924



Box 13 Folder 7 Homeless White Men Letter from Negro World, 1 October 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 71 Homo Africanus Harlemi Review of Nigger Heaven by Carl Van Vechten from Amsterdam News Clipping, 1 September 1926 [with note], 1 September 1926


Box 4 Folder 72 Houston vs. Waco and Politics and Personality Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 28 August 1917 (with note), 28 August 1917


Box 4 Folder 73 How the Voice Took and Selling Space vs. Selling Self Editorial from The Voice (2 clippings), 10 July 1917 [with note], 10 July 1917



Box 13 Folder 1&2 How to Do It--And How Not Article from The New York Call, 16 December 1911 [2 copies], 16 December 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 74 [Hubert] Harrison Answers Alderman Harris Clipping from New York Age, undated


Box 4 Folder 75 Humorous Phrases and Mammy's Little Nigger Poem from The Voice Clipping fragment, [c. 1917]



Box 5 Folder 1 Immigration and the Negro Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated (p. 2 only), undated


Box 5 Folder 2 Immortal Poem (unpublished) Autograph manuscript, signed, undated


Box 5 Folder 3 Imperialist America Review of The American Empire by Scott Nearing Typed manuscript, [c. 30 April 1921], (3 pages), [c. 30 April 1921]



Box 13 Folder 7 Imperialist America Review of The American Empire by Scott Nearing from Negro World, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 4 In Our Civic Corner Column from New York News (3 clippings), 2 September 1915 [with note]; 9 September 1915 [with note]; 16 September 1915 [with note], 2 September 1915, 9 September 1915, 16 September 1915



Box 13 Folder 7 In Spite of the Handicap Review of book by James D. Corrothers from Negro World, 10 July 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 5 Introduction [to a book] Draft [unpublished]. Autograph manuscript, 1 November 1919 [Pages 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 11, 12, 17, 18], 1 November 1919


Box 5 Folder 41 Is Democracy Unpatriotic?; Editorial re: W.E.B.DuBois from The Voice Clipping, 11 July 1918 [with note], 11 July 1918


Box 5 Folder 6 Is the Housing Problem Still With Us?; Notes. Autograph manuscript, 23 January 1926 2 pages, 23 January 1926



Box 13 Folder 7 Jottings: Pictures at the Lafayette Article from [New York Dispatch], 12 February1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Just Suppose: A Riddle for "Scientific Radical" Liars, With Apologies to C. OW. Editorial from Negro World, 10 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 "Know Thyself!" Editorial from The Negro World, 16 April 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Ku Klux Klan Editorial from The Negro World, 13 November 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Ku Klux Klan in the Past Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 24 September 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 7 The Land of the Living Lie Essay. Typed manuscript, undated, 10 pages



Box 13 Folder 7 Last Week at Lafayette Review from Negro World, 13 November 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 8 The League of Nations and the Present European Crisis Notes. Autograph manuscript, 18 November 1923 (2 pages), 18 November 1923


Box 5 Folder 9 Leaves Torn from the Diary of a Critic--The Race in Drama Clipping from Amsterdam News, [24 July 1917]


Box 5 Folder 10 Liberty League Demands for New York City Notes. Autograph manuscript, August 1921


Box 5 Folder 11 The Liberty League of Negro Americans Clipping [by Hubert H. Harrison?;] from The Voice, 9 September 1917


Box 5 Folder 12 Lincoln and Liberty: Fact versus Fiction Notes. Autograph manuscript, 1911-1914 (8 pages); 10 February 1920 Speech delivered before the U.N.I.A. Autograph manuscript, 10 February1920 (13 pages), 1911-1914, 10 February 1920, 10 February1920


Box 5 Folder 13 Lincoln and Liberty Research Notes Autograph manuscript (from books by Blaine and Elson), undated (8 pages), undated



Box 13 Folder 7 Lincoln and Liberty: Fact versus Fiction. Three articles, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 5 March 1921-26 March 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Line-up on the Color Line Editorial from The Negro World, 4 December 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Lion and the Lamb Editorial from The Negro World, 3 April 1920 [2 copies], 3 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Listen! Poem from The Voice, 1918

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 14 Literary Notes Notes (Re: Fenton Johnson). Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 5 Folder 15 Marcia Greenridge in Her Home Notes. Autograph manuscript, 21 March1921 (3 pages), 21 March1921


Box 5 Folder 16 Marcus Garvey at the Bar of United States Justice Article. Typed manuscript, July [1923] [pages 2, 3, and 4], July [1923]


Box 5 Folder 17 The Materialistic Interpretation of Morals Review of Puritanism by Clarence Meily from New York Call Clipping, 3 November 1912 [Multiple copies in fragments], 3 November 1912



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 The Materialistic Interpretation of Morals Review of Puritanism by Clarence Meily, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 18 The Meditations of Mustapha Speech. Autograph manuscript, undated, (4 pages) [Appeared in Negro World as an article?;]



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Menace of Exemption. Church Property in New York, Worth $400,000,000 Plus, Evades Payment of Taxes Article from The Truth Seeker, 4 November 1911 [2 copies], 4 November 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook, p. 689-690]



Box 5 Folder 19 Membership in S.P. Autograph manuscript notes. Undated [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 14), Undated


Box 5 Folder 20 Memoranda: The Control of Negro Sentiment. Autograph manuscript notes. [1922], (3 pages), [1922]


Box 5 Folder 21 Miscegenation and the Rhinelander Case Clipping. draft [c. 1925] [with note], [c. 1925]


Box 5 Folder 22 M. Maran's Batouala, a French-African Tale. Review (Batouala by Rene Maran from New York World). Clipping, 20 August 1922 [with note], 20 August 1922


Box 5 Folder 23 A Modern Iago Autograph manuscript notes (on back of Broadside fragment Free Public Lectures), undated


Box 5 Folder 24 A Modern Medicine Man Review (The History of Witchcraft and Demonology by Montague Summers). Autograph manuscript, undated, (3 pages)


Box 5 Folder 25 Mr. Barker Essay. Autograph manuscript, [c. 1910 ?;] (pages 13-16), 1910


Box 5 Folder 26 Mr. Beer's Book. Review. Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Murder as a Catholic Argument: An Interview with Father Belford Article from The New York Call, 11 April 1912 [2 copies], 11 April 1912

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Myth, Magic, and Religion: A Study of Pagan Influences in the Religion of Islam Review of The Influence of Animism on Islam by Samuel M. Zwemer from Negro World, 31 July 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 27 The Negro Actor on Broadway: A Critical Interpretation by a Negro Critic. Article. Autograph manuscript signed, 4 June 1923 (8 pages) [with note]. [Written after a dinner table discussion on Negro actors with Theodore Dreiser, Ludwig Lewisohn, H.L. Mencken and others at the Hotel Brevoort--Reported in the Tribune [NY] by Burton Rascoe June 4th 1923 New York World], 4 June 1923, June 4th 1923



Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro and the Census Editorial from Negro World, 27 August 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to the Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro and the Health and Tenement House Departments Editorial from The Negro World, 26 November 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro and High Rents Editorial from Negro World, 4 March1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to the Negrfo World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 28 The Negro and the Nation Essay. Autograph manuscript, 21 June 1923 9 pages, 21 June 1923



Box 13 Folder 1&2 Negro Culture and the Negro College Editorial from The New Negro, September 1919 (pages 4 and 5, some multiple copies), September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 29 Negro Church History Review of book by Carter G. Woodson from New York World Clipping, 23 July 1922 [with note], 23 July 1922


Box 5 Folder 30 Negro Fiction Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 The Negro in History and Civilization Review of From Superman to Man by J.A. Rogers October 1919 [Hubert H. Harrison as Ignacio Sanchez], October 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro in Industry Review of The Great Steel Strike and Its Lessons by William Z. Foster fromNegro World, 21 August 1920 [with note], 21 August 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 31 Negro Party Brands Bridges as a Faker Clipping ([by Hubert H. Harrison] fromNegro World ) 6 November 1920 [with note], 6 November 1920


Box 5 Folder 32 Negro Society and the Negro Stage Review from The Voice, Preamble and Second Article 2 clippings, 19 September 1917 [with note] and [3 October 1917], pages 5 and 8 [with note], 19 September 1917



Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro Soldier in France Review of book by Addie W. Hunton and Kathryn M. Johnson from Negro World, 29 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Negro Year Book 1918-1919 Review of book by Monroe N. Work, ed. from Negro World, 17 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 33 Negro's Part in History Review of The Negro in our History by Carter Woodson from Tribune) Clipping, 1 July 1922



Box 13 Folder 7 The New Negro as Seen by a White Man Review of The Negro Faces America by Herbert J. Seligmann From Negro World, 4 September 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 34 A New News Policy Editorial from The Voice Clipping, [4 July 1917] [with note], [4 July 1917]


Box 5 Folder 35 New Policies for the New Negro Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 4 September 1917 2 copies [with note], 4 September 1917



Box 6 Folder 64 News and Views Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 4 September 1917



Box 5 Folder 36 Nigger Review of book by Clement Wood fromNew York Tribune Clipping, 11 December 1922 [with note], 11 December 1922


Box 5 Folder 37 Nigger Heaven Review on Radio W.G.L. Autograph manuscript signed, [c. September 1926], (4 pages) [Unpublished], [c. September 1926]


Box 5 Folder 38 "No Negro Literary Renaissance," Says Well Known Writer Clipping from Pittsburgh Courier, [12 March1927] [with note], [12 March1927]


Box 5 Folder 39 Notes for Newspaper-Story Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 5 Folder 40 Notes on dialect Notes. 6 Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 5 Folder 41 A Note on the Foregoing Re: W.E.B. Du Bois from The Voice Clipping, 11 July 1918 [note re editorial], 11 July 1918


Box 5 Folder 42 An Ode to the Dead Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 11 August 1917 2 copies [with note], 11 August 1917


Box 5 Folder 43 Of White and Black Review of White and Black by H.A. Shands from New York World Clipping, 27 April 1922 [with note], 27 April 1922


Box 5 Folder 44 Oil by Upton Sinclair Review. Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Old Age Pension Bill is Criticized Article from New York Call, 20 November 1911 [with note], 20 November 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 On a Certain Condescension in White Publishers Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 4 March1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 45 On a Neuter Tendency in Names Essay. Autograph manuscript, undated, (5 pages) Typed manuscript, undated, (1 page)



Box 13 Folder 7 On "Civilizing" Africa Editorial from Negro World, 18 December 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 46 On Praise Autograph manuscript, 8 April 1920 (2 pages), 8 April 1920



Box 13 Folder 7 On Praise Article from the Arabic of Abulfeda, Prince of Humah (in Syria), 1328. Done into modern English by Hubert H. Harrison, 1 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 47 Organizational subject headings Notes. 6 Autograph manuscript, 1 dated 27 February1915 5 undated, 27 February1915, undated



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Our Larger Duty Editorial from The New Negro, August 1919 (p. 5), August 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 48 Our Minds and How They Work Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 Our Newspaper Press Review of The Voice of the Negro by Robert T. Kerlin from Negro World, 4 September 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Our Political Power Editorial from The Negro World, 21 August 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 49 Our Professional Friends Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 7 November 1917 [with note], 7 November 1917


Box 5 Folder 50 Owing to the High Cost of Manhood The Voice has Gone Up 5 Cents Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 18 October 1917 [with note], 18 October 1917



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Paine's Place in the Deistical Movement. Article from The Truth Seeker, 11 February1911 [For the above see: page 87 of the scrapbook: Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison], 11 February1911



Box 5 Folder 51 The Partition of Africa Review of Partition and Colonization of Africa by Charles Lucas from The Nation Clipping, 5 September 1923



Box 13 Folder 7 Peace on Earth "Meditations of Mustapha" column from Negro World, 30 October 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 62 Peanuts and Politics Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 14 August 1917 [with note], 14 August 1917



Box 13 Folder 7 Personal Letters Editorial from The Negro World, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 3 Philip Payton Dies Clipping by Hubert H. Harrison from The Voice, 4 September 1917 [with note], 4 September 1917



Box 5 Folder 52 Plans for a Negro College Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated [On reverse of Pioneer Development Corporation letterhead. Original in Diaries and Scrapbooks under notes from diaries], undated


Box 5 Folder 53 The Poetry of Claude McKay Review of Spring in New Hampshire and Other Poems by Claude McKay fromNegro World Clipping, 21 May 1921 [with note], 21 May 1921


Box 5 Folder 54 Population [statistics] Notes (on envelope). Autograph manuscript, [c. December 16, 1921]


Box 5 Folder 55 Post Multos Annos Poem. Autograph manuscript, 14 April 1923



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Post Office Clerks Not Protected by Civil Service from Persecution. Article from New York Call, 7 November 1911 [2 copies], 7 November 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Postal Department is Made Goat of all Other Federal Business Article from The New York Call, 6 November 1911 [2 copies], 6 November 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 56 Potentate and Poet Review of The Penitent by Edna Worthley from New York World Clipping, 10 December 1922 [with note], 10 December 1922



Box 13 Folder 7 Press-titution: [Selections from "The Brass Clock"] Review of books by Upton Sinclair From Negro World, 17 April 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 57 The Prince of Cheese Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 A Prophetic "Voice": The Cause of the New Negro's Attitude Toward Race Riots Editorial from The New Negro, September 1919 (p. 8, some multiple copies), September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Put Up or Shut Up! Editorial from The Negro World, 21 January 1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 5 Folder 58 Quotations From Pamphlet (66 pages) by Henry Lincoln Johnson Notes. Autograph manuscript, 10 June 1924



Box 6 Folder 1 Race and the Social Sciences Notes Autograph manuscript, [c. 12 November 1927?], (2 pages), [c. 12 November 1927?]



Box 13 Folder 7 The Racial Roots of Education Editorial from Negro World, 7 May 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 2 Read! Read! Read! Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 18 July 1918 [with note], 18 July 1918


Box 6 Folder 3 Real Estate News From Siam Clipping by Yung Cheng [pseudonym of Hubert H. Harrison] From The Voice, 4 September 1917 [with note], 4 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 4 The Real Negro Humor Review of Dark Days and Black Knights by Octavus Ray Cohen from New York World Clipping, 28 October 1923


Box 6 Folder 5 The Real Negro Problem Essay (unpublished) Typed manuscript, undated, (22 pages)


Box 6 Folder 6 The Record of the 68th Congress and Problems of the 69th. Notes Autograph manuscript signed, [March 1924?]


Box 6 Folder 7 The Red Record of Radicalism Notes Autograph manuscript, [c. 1927]


Box 6 Folder 8 Religion Notes Autograph manuscript, undated, page 2 only


Box 6 Folder 9 Religion and Education. Review of They Call Me Carpenter and The Goose Step by Upton Sinclair from Amsterdam News Clipping, 2 May 1923. [2 copies with note], 2 May 1923


Box 6 Folder 10 The Rent and Housing Situation Notes Autograph manuscript, 20 January 1924


Box 6 Folder 11 Res Facta Notes [unpublished] Autograph manuscript, [March] 1911



Box 4 Folder 19 [Review of The Day of Faith by Arthur Sommers Roche] From Negro Times Clipping, 25 September 1922 [with note], 25 September 1922


Box 4 Folder 18 [Review of The Negro in American Life by Jerome Dowd] From Pittsburgh Courier Clipping, [12 February1927] [with note], [12 February1927]



Box 6 Folder 12 Review Notes Notes re: The History of Witchcraft and Demonology by Montague Summers) Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)


Box 6 Folder 13 Review Notes Notes re. The New History Autograph manuscript, undated [Written on final notice for rent dated February16], undated



Box 13 Folder 7 The Rising Tide of Color Against White-World Supremacy Review of book by Lothrop Stoddard fromNegro World, undated [with note], undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 14 Sample Reviews Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 15 Satires Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 16 Satyricon of Petronius Clipping of Hubert Harrison letter to New York Times 22 October 1922 2 copies, with note, 22 October 1922


Box 6 Folder 17 Says Races Do Well in Lynchburg Clipping from [Chicago Defender] [3 March1927] ([Sec. 2, p. 1], [with note], [3 March1927]



Box 13 Folder 7 The Seamy Side of White Christian Civilization Review of The Menace of Immorality in Church and State by John Roach Straton, Negro World, 24 July 1920 [with note], 24 July 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 18 Send us the News Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 4 September 1917 [with note], 4 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 19 The Sense of Humor Review of book by Max Eastman Clipping, undated


Box 6 Folder 20 Shaw's Plays and G.B.S. and the Art of the Preface Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 21 Short Story Notes re. $1000 bank note Autograph manuscript, 10 August 1918


Box 6 Folder 22 Short Story Notes re. $500 ring Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 23 Short Story Notes re. Oh, him?; Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 6 24 Sketches for Short Stories. Notebook Autograph manuscript, undated, (41 pages)



Box 6 Folder 25 So here is The Voice… and Socialist Party First issue notice of The Voice Clipping, 4 July 1917 [with note], 4 July 1917


Box 6 Folder 26 Socialism Notes Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 1 & 2 Socialism and the Negro Article from International Socialist Review, July 1912

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook, pages. 65-68]



Box 13 Folder 7 Soft Pedaling for Peace Review of The Folly of Nations by Frederick Palmer from Negro World, 21 January 1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 [Soft-]Pedaling for Peace Fragment review of [The Folly of Nations] by Frederick Palmer, undated

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 27 Some of Our Friends Clipping from [The Voice] 19 September 1917 [with note], 19 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 28 Some Reasons Why Such a Collection is Necessary Notes Autograph manuscript, [circa 1925], (2 pages), [circa 1925]



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Sonnet to a Sick Friend Poem from The New Negro, September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Soul of a Sycophant Review of Finding a Way Out by Robert Russa Moton from Negro World, 4 September 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to the Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 South Africa Again Review of Native Life in South Africa by Solt Plaatje from Negro World, 13 August 1921 [2 copies], 13 August 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 A South African Author Review of The Mote and the Beam: An Epic on Sex-Relationship 'Twixt the White and Black in British South Africa and Diane Tsa Secoana Sechuana Proverbs by Solomon T. Plaatje from Negro World, 23 April 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 29 The South Africans by Sarah G. Millin Review [unpublished] Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 7 The Southern Black--As Seen by the Eye of Fiction Review of Highly Colored by Octavius Roy Cohen from Negro World, 10 December 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Southern Socialists and the Ku Klux Klan Editorial from The Negro World, 8 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 30 The Story (A Dream) Notes Autograph manuscript, 20 January 1924


Box 6 Folder 31 Story Beginning Notes [on reverse of advertisement] Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 7 Students Reply to Article Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column, The Negro World, 24 December 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 32 Study-Themes Notes Autograph manuscript, undated, page 5 only


Box 6 Folder 33 Stupidity and the N.A.A.C.P. Clipping from [Negro World ] 14 May 1921 [with note], 14 May 1921



Box 13 Folder 7 Stupidity and the N.A.A.C.P. Editorial from The Negro World, 14 May 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 "Subject" Versus "Citizen." Editorial from The Negro World, 22 January 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 34 Subjects for Writings Notes Autograph manuscript, undated



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Summary and Conclusion Article from The New York Call, 26 December 1911 [with note], 26 December 1911

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 35 Summing Up Shaw Notes [Board of Education lecture re George Bernard Shaw] Autograph manuscript, 26 April 1924 (8 pages), 26 April 1924



Box 13 Folder 7 The Superscientist Review of The Place of Science in Modern Civilization and Other Essays by Thorstein Veblen from Negro World, 11 September 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 "Suppressing" Race Riots Editorial from The New Negro, October 1919. (page 6), October 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 That Questionnaire Editorial from Negro World, 5 November 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 36 Theatrical Notes Clipping ([by Hubert H. Harrison?;] from The Voice), [7 August 1917]



Box 13 Folder 7 The Theory and Practice of International Relations Among Negro-Americans Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 22 October 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 They Shall Not Pass! Editorial from The Voice, 30 January 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Three Black Bands by Herman M. Moens Article by Hubert H. Harrison for Prof. Moens, Medical Review of Reviews, December 1919 (p. 719-724), December 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 37 This is the Startling Announcement Editorial re: Sunday Voice from The Voice Clipping, 4 September 1917 [with note], 4 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 38 Titles of Single Tales [crossed out] Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 39 To My Mother Poem (unpublished). [March] 190. Autograph manuscript signed, [March] 190.


Box 6 Folder 40 To Old Subscribers Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 1 July 1918 [with note], 1 July 1918


Box 6 Folder 41 To Return to Our Dramatist… Autograph manuscript fragment, undated



Box 13 Folder 7 The Trouble at the Lafayette Article from Empire State Gazette, 10 October 1926 (p. 12), 10 October 1926

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 42 [Traged]y and the Common Man. Typed manuscript fragment, undated, page 4 only



Box 13 Folder 7 The Tragedy of Motherhood Review of Rachel: A Play in Three Acts by Angelina Grimke from Negro World, 15 October 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 43 The Trend of the Times Column from Boston Chronicle 21 clippings, 19 January 1924-28; June 1924 [Some articles have multiple copies, with note], 19 January 1924-28; June 1924


Box 6 Folder 44 The Trouble at the Lafayette Clipping, 10 October 1926



Box 13 Folder 1&2 Two Negro Radicalisms Editorial from The New Negro, October 1919. (pp. 4-5), October 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 45 The U.N.I.A. Clipping from [Negro World ] 14 August [1921] [with note], 14 August [1921]



Box 13 Folder 7 The U.N.I.A. and Politics Article from Negro World, 2 June 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 4 Folder 66 A Unique Negro clipping [by Hubert H. Harrison?; Re Arthur Schomburg] from Negro World 3 September 1921 [with note], 3 September 1921



Box 6 Folder 46 The United States Air Service Autograph letter signed on back Selections from Alexander Pope Autograph manuscript notes., 14 March 1925


Box 6 Folder 47 Verses 2 and 3 of "Ode". Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 48 The Virgin Islands 2 Essays (unpublished) Autograph manuscript signed, [November 1923 ?;], (20 pages) Typed manuscript, [November 1923 ?; (pages 1 and 14) [Sent to The Nation as The Virgin Islands: A Colonial Problem], [November 1923 ?;], [November 1923 ?


Box 6 Folder 49 The Voice of the Negro Review of The Everlasting Stain by Kelly Miller and The Negro in South Carolina During the Reconstruction by Alrutheus Ambush Taylor Clippings, [c. 1924]



Box 5 Folder 42 The Voice Speaks to the Business Man. Clipping. Editorial from The Voice 14 August 1917 [with note], 14 August 1917



Box 6 Folder 50 The Voice Vindicated by Fire Commissioner and Announcement: The Voice for Sale Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 12 September 1917 [with note], 12 September 1917



Box 13 Folder 7 A Volume of Verse Review of Chords and Discords by Walter Everette Hawkins, from The Negro World, 5 June 1920

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 Wanted--A Colored International Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 28 May 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]


Box 13 Folder 7 The Washington Conference Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column from Negro World, 19 November 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 51 The Ways of the Gods by Algernon Sidney Crapsey Review from [The Freeman] Clipping, 4 May 1921 [with note], 4 May 1921



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 The West African Woman, I Editorial from The New Negro, September 1919 (p. 10, some multiple copies), September 1919

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 52 The West Indian in the United States Notes Autograph manuscript, 30 March 1924


Box 6 Folder 53 West Indian News Notes to be Resumed and Open Letter to Arthur Brisbane Articles by Hubert H. Harrison and J. A. Rogers from Negro World Clipping, 4 [February] 1922



Box 13 Folder 7 West Indian News Notes to be Resumed Editorial, with the Contributing Editor column The Negro World, 4 February1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 54 What a Profound Literary Scholar Thinks of Pickens' Book Article Typed manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 55 What is Health?; Autograph letter signed on back African Section and American Section Notes Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)


Box 6 Folder 56 What Should Be the Immigration Policy of the U.S.A.?; Notes Autograph manuscript signed, 17 February1924 and 30 November 1924 (2 pages), 17 February1924, 30 November 1924


Box 6 Folder 57 What's in a Name?; Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 7 November 1917 [with note], 7 November 1917



Box 13 Folder 7 What's in a Name?; Editorial from Negro World 16 July 1921 [with note], 16 July 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 58 The White Man's Burden and The Black Man's Burden Poem [first poem by Rudyard Kipling, second poem by Hubert H. Harrison from The Voice] Clipping, 4 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 59 White people Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Box 6 Folder 60 White People Versus Negroes From Superman to Man by J. A. Rogers Clipping fromNegro World, 1 July 1922 [with note], 1 July 1922



Box 13 Folder 7 White People Versus Negroes: Being the Story of a Great Book Editorial re. From Man to Superman by J.A. Rogers, with the Contributing Editor column Negro World, 7 Jan 1922

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 61 The White War and the Colored Races Article Typed manuscript, undated, (4 pages)



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 The White World and the Colored Races Editorial from The New Negro, October 1919. (pp. 8-10)

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 62 The White War and the Colored World Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 14 August 1917 [with note], 14 August 1917


Box 6 Folder 63 Who Built the Great Zimbabwe?; Review [of work by Rev. John H. Harris] Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)



Box 13 Folder 7 Why Books?; Editorial from The Negro World, 27 August 1921

[For the above see: 4.4 Writings and Documents by and about Hubert H. Harrison. Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed to Negro World. Scrapbook]



Box 6 Folder 64 Why is a Negro?; and News and Views Editorial from The Voice Clipping, 4 September 1917 [2 copies of first article, with note], 4 September 1917


Box 6 Folder 65 Word Problems of Race. Article (unpublished) Typed manuscript signed, [c. 1927?;], (4 pages), 1927


Box 6 Folder 66 Re: Zeit-Geist. Notes Autograph manuscript, undated


Sub-Series II.2: Sappho and Phaon (unpublished)


Numbered Series (These letters were numbered by Hubert H. Harrison for publication:



Box 7 Folder 1 No. 1 My dearest dear, Memory, and Madonna mia Autograph manuscript draft, undated Typed manuscript draft, undated, (2 pages) [with two copies of 1st page]:, undated


Box 7 Folder 2 No. 2 Dear God! What have you done to me?; Autograph manuscript draft, undated Typed manuscript draft, undated [2 copies], undated, undated


Box 7 Folder 3 No. 3 What I want is You, and You came to me Autograph manuscript draft, undated Typed manuscript draft, undated, (2 pages) [with three copies of 1st page and 3 copies of 2nd page], undated


Box 7 Folder 4 Nos. 4 and 5 Locked in your fierce embrace, Mad Messalina, To "My Beast,'" and My dearest dear: Tonight I shall write you a letter Autograph manuscript draft, undated, (2 pages) Typed manuscript draft, undated, (3 pages) [3 copies of each page]


Box 7 Folder 5 No. 6 My Passion Flower Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, Saturday 4 February[n.y.], (3 pages). Typed manuscript draft, undated, (3 pages) [3 copies of each page], 4 February[n.y.]


Box 7 Folder 6 No. 10 My One and Only Daddy Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 7 No. 11 I know not if this light shall be darkness Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 8 No. 13 I believe that you were sent to me Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 9 No. 14 Perhaps I should have waited… Autograph manuscript draft. Wednesday, 8 February[n.y.]


Box 7 Folder 10 No. 18 I had such a difficult time getting to sleep tonight Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 11 Nos. 25, 26, 27 Why I Love You Autograph manuscript draft., 20 February[n.y.]


Box 7 Folder 12 Nos. 30, 31 Tonight I slept peacefully… Autograph manuscript draft, undated, (2 pages)


Box 7 Folder 13 No. 39 I am looking forward to Tuesday. Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 14 No. 41 The enclosed verses (Fidele) are not original… Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 15 No. 43 If what you believe were true Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 16 Nos. 44, 37 Only a line… Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 17 No. 45 If I were in your place. Autograph manuscript fragmented draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 18 No. 48 I feel like one who had come back to his own country Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 19 No. 51 Am waiting for your phone Call Autograph manuscript draft, undated


Box 7 Folder 20 Nos. 54, 55 and 56 I humbly crave your forgiveness and self pity is a terrible… Autograph manuscript draft, undated, (3 pages)


Unnumbered Series:


Box 7 Folder 21 The Love-Letters of Sappho and Phaon: A Peep into the Privacy of a Royal Romance… Title page and preface. Autograph manuscript draft, 19 January 1926 (3 pages), 19 January 1926


Box 7 Folder 22 Quals nox fuit illa and Dieu d'amour, quelle nuit! Poem. Typed manuscript, undated [2 copies] Poem. Autograph manuscript, undated [on back, title page, The Love- Letters of Sappho and Phaon], undated, undated


Box 7 Folder 23 Sappho and Phaon Eight autograph manuscript fragmented drafts, undated


Box 7 Folder 24 To Sappho at the Telephone Poem. Autograph manuscript, undated

Series III: Writings by Others



Box 8 Folder 1 Bryan, Helen R. Findings of the Conference to Discuss Peace Along Interracial Lines Report. Typed manuscript, 30 November and 1 December 1926 [Held at American Friends Service Committee Headquarters], 30 November and 1 December 1926


Box 8 Folder 2 Bryan, Louis B. Brief History of the Life and Work of Hubert Harrison Essay. Typed manuscript, 20 April 1937 (5 pages), 20 April 1937


Box 8 Folder 3 Calvin, [Floyd] Extracts from Calvin's letter of November 12th [re Hubert H. Harrison.] Notes. Autograph manuscript, 12 November [1923], (4 pages) [In the hand of Hubert H. Harrison], 12 November [1923]


Box 8 Folder 4 Certain, Jeremiah Universal Negro Improvement Association Notes. Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)


Box 8 Folder 5 Conway, Moncure D. Liberty and Morality [Essay] Pamphlet [Truth Seeker Tracts No. 153] 6 May 1927 (14 pages), May 1927


Box 8 Folder 7 Elliterate We New Yorkers [Essay] Autograph manuscript, undated, (2 pages)


Box 8 Folder 8 Hansberry, William Leo Negro People in the Civilizations of the Prehistoric and Early Ancient World [Syllabus Howard University] Typed manuscript signed, 1923 (14 pages), 1923


Box 8 Folder 9 Hansberry, William Leo Survey of the History and Civilizations of Ethiopia [Syllabus Howard University] Typed manuscript signed, 1923 (15 pages), 1923


Box 8 Folder 10 Hansberry, William Leo A Survey of the History and Civilizations of West Africa in Ancient and Mediaeval Times [Syllabus Howard University] Typed manuscript signed, 1923 (15 pages), 1923


Box 8 Folder 11 [Harrison, Ilva Henrietta?] [Poem] How can I leave thee?... Autograph manuscript signed, [c. 1927?], 1927


Box 8 Folder 12 Harrison, William Research Notes on Life of Hubert H. Harrison Notebook. Autograph manuscript, c. 1951 Two autograph manuscript notes, undated Three typed manuscript notes, undated, 1951, undated, undated


Box 8 Folder 13 Kirnon, Hodge [Article] Nationalism Typed manuscript, undated, (9 pages)


Box 8 Folder 14 [Millinery, Cecile?]. Fashion's Fancy [Article] Autograph manuscript, undated [page 1 only], undated


Box 8 Folder 15 Phillips, Hilton Is Barbados the Black Golgotha? [Essay] Autograph manuscript signed, undated, (3 pages)


Box 8 Folder 16 Phillips, Hilton South of the Color Line [Essay] Autograph manuscript signed, undated, (2 pages)


Box 8 Folder 17 Phillips, James E. Last Words on Whitman and Nietzsche [Essay] Typed manuscript [unpublished], undated, (7 pages)


Box 8 Folder 18 Phillips, James E. Whitman's Message to Humanity [Lecture] Autograph manuscript signed, First delivered 27 August 1927 (34 pages), 27 August 1927


Box 8 Folder 19 Pickens, William Evolution Discussed on Harlem Streets and Looking Backward… Article Typed manuscript [for The Associated Negro Press], 23 August 1926


Box 8 Folder 20 Simpleton, Samuel. [Appeal to Caesar] Autograph manuscript fragment, undated


Box 8 Folder 21 Van Veen, M. The Earth is the Birthright of ALL MANKIND! Advertisement [re: single tax], 22 December 1922 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 9], 22 December 1922


Box 8 Folder 24 [Unknown] Dr. Harrison--A Tribute Speech [unpublished]. Autograph manuscript, undated, (4 pages)


Box 8 Folder 25 [Unknown] From Abd Khader to Abd El Krim Article. Typed manuscript, undated


Box 8 Folder 26 [Unknown] Guests of Mr. Cornelius A. Hughes at an informal banquet Typed manuscript, 29 November 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 22], 29 November 1917


Box 8 Folder 22 [Unknown] Last Things [Poem] Typed manuscript, undated


Box 8 Folder 27 [Unknown] A plan for establishing a Department of Negro history… Proposition [New York Public Libraries] Typed manuscript, [1920]


Box 8 Folder 23 [Unknown] Twins Poem. Typed manuscript, undated


Box 8 Folder 28 To: Mrs. Irene L. Ha[rrison] Autograph manuscript fragment, undated

Series IV: Diaries and Scrapbooks


Sub-Series 4.1: Diaries



Box 9 Folder 1 Volume 1 Notebook and loose pages Autograph manuscript, 18 September 1907-8 August 1923


Box 9 Folder 2 Volume 2 Notebook Autograph manuscript, 1 November 1923-30; August 1927


Box 9 Folder 3 Notes from the Diaries Three autograph manuscript, undated [Re: Plans for a Negro College, Garvey and U.N.I.A., relationship with wife], undated


Box 9 Folder 4 Thoughts and Ideas [Diary] Autograph manuscript [loose notebook pages] 30 April 1923-2; July 1923 [Re. personal observations, quotes, and daughter Francis], 30 April 1923-2; July 1923


Sub-Series 4.2: Subjects Clipped by Hubert H. Harrison



Box 10 Folder 1 Africa: Miscellaneous, Ceylon, India, etc. Scrapbook [loose clippings and title page only] 6 October 1927-9 October 1927 [Using cover of African Times and Orient Review September 1917], 6 October 1927-9 October 1927


Box 10 Folder 2 The Aftermath of the Great War 1918-1919. Vol. I. Political and The Rising Tide of Color and The Lesser Breeds Scrapbook, 14 November 1918-14; March1926


Box 10 Folder 3 America Enters the War 1917 Scrapbook, 1917, 1917, 1917


Box 10 Folder 4 Archeology: I. Human Origins; II. Culture History Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book] April 1925-13, April 1927


Box 10 Folder 5 Biographica Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 9 December 1903-1 October 1927


Box 10 Folder 6 Biographical Scrapbook [title page only] Undated [using cover of African Times and Orient Review, October 1917], Undated, October 1917


Box 10 Folder 7 [China] Scrapbook [loose clippings only], 30 October 1926-6 February1927


Box 10 Folder 8 Early Clippings: 1. History; 2. Biography; 3. Politics; 4. Literature; 5. Religion; 6. The State of Society Scrapbook, 2 May 1904-22, September 1910


Box 10 Folder 9 Education: 1. English; 2. American; 3. European; 4. Asian; 5. General Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book] 23 May 1910-21, November 1927


Box 10 Folder 10 Fiction Scrapbook [loose clipping only], 15 September 1926


Box 10 Folder 11 History. 1. Current; 2. Past Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book], 4 July 1910-16 March1927



Box 11 Folder 1 [Labor and Strikes] Scrapbook [loose clippings only, contains folders on Passaic Mill Strike, British General Strike, and Sacco and Vanzetti], 17 February1924-5 October 1927


Box 11 Folder 2 Longevity [and Population.] Scrapbook [loose clippings only], 1 January 1926-21 March1927


Box 11 Folder 3 Mea Historica. 1. Materia; 2. Methods and Principles; 3. Miscellaneous Scrapbook [Contains References for American History. Autograph manuscript undated], 11 May 1907-20 June 1923


Box 11 Folder 4 [Mexico] Scrapbook [loose clippings only], 19 February1926-24 March1927


Box 11 Folder 5 Migration Scrapbook [loose clippings only] 12 December 1925-30 April 1927 [with note], 12 December 1925-30 April 1927


Box 11 Folder 6 My Own Scrapbook Scrapbook, 12 February1910-22 April 1923


Box 11 Folder 7 The Negro in Africa and The West Indian Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 29 December 1903-16 April 1927


Box 11 Folder 8 Oddities, Freaks, etc Scrapbook [loose clippings, loose pages and clippings pasted in book], 5 February1910-6 October 1927


Box 11 Folder 9 [Pictures] Scrapbook [loose clippings only], 8 March1925-3 April 1927


Box 11 Folder 10 [Police and Crime] Scrapbook [loose clippings only], 10 May 1910-16 April 1927


Box 11 Folder 11 Radicalism. 1. Religion; 2. Political; 3. Miscellaneous Scrapbook [title page only], undated


Box 11 Folder 12 Science and Miscellaneous Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book] ^18 November 1903-9, April 1927


Box 11 Folder 13 Trend of the Times Scrapbook [loose clipping and title page fragment], 20 January 1926


Box 11 Folder 14 West Africa: Government and Social Rule, Land Acts, Politics, Church, Education, Race Prejudice, and Sex-Exploitation Scrapbook [title page only], undated [Using cover of African Times and Orient Review September 1917], undated


Box 11 Folder 15 The White Man at Home: Moral and Spiritual Scrapbook, April 1922-February 1925


Box 11 Folder 16 The White Man at Home: Social Political and Miscellaneous Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 29 April 1920-16 April 1927


Sub-Series 4.3: The Negro American



Box 12 Folder 1 Vol. II: Eminent Men and Remarkable Deeds Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 17 November 1906-26 February1927


Box 12 Folder 2 Vol. III: Lynching Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book], 23 January 1911-23 February1927


Box 12 Folder 3 Vol. V: The Color Line Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book], 17 June 1910-30 April 1927


Box 12 Folder 4 Vol. VI: Economic Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], August 1910-11 July 1926


Box 12 Folder 5 Vol. VII: Manners and Customs (1) Real Defects (2) Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 6 August 1911-2 March1927


Box 12 Folder 6 Vol. VIII: The Negro Factions: 1. The Protestants; 2. The Subservients Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book], 19 March1910-6 March1926


Box 12 Folder 7 Vol. IX: Opinions, a. favorable, b. unfavorable, c. impartial Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 13 March1904-3 December 1925



Box 12 8&9 Vol. XI: Miscellaneous Clippings Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 19 March1904-10 December 1927



Box 12 Folder 10 Vol. XIV: The Negro and the War Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 17 May 1917-12 June 1926


Box 12 Folder 11 Vol. XVII: Pictures Scrapbook [loose clippings and clippings pasted in book], 25 August 1910-4 April 1927


Sub-Series 4.4: Writings And Documents By And About Hubert H. Harrison



Box 13 Folder 1 & 2 Early Writings of Hubert H. Harrison. Scrapbook [loose clippings and pasted in book; contains In Our Civic Corner Column]. 11 February1911-December 1919 See detailed list of writings following., 11 February1911-December 1919


List of Harrison's writings in the order in which they appear in the above scrapbook:


Paine's Place in the Deistical Movement


Hald A Man--The Status of the Negro


Menace of Exemption. Church Property in New York, Worth $400,000,000 Plus, Evades Payment of Taxes


Postal Department is Made Goat of All Other Federal Business


Post Office Clerks Not Protected by Civil Service from Persecution


Old Age Pension Bill is Criticized


The Duty of the Socialist Party


How to Do It--And How Not


Summary and Conclusion


Murder as a Catholic Argument: An Interview with Father Belford


A Direct Issue


Socialism and the Negro


[Article in Hebrew.]


The Materialistic Interpretation of Morals


Goodwill Toward Men


Africa at the Peace Table


They Shall Not Pass!


A Cure for the Ku-Klux


Our Larger Duty


Negro Culture and the Negro College, America's Backward Race, A Prophetic Voice: The Cause of the New Negro's Attitude


Toward Race Riots, Britain in India, The West African Woman


Two Negro Radicalisms, Suppressing' Race Riots, The Women of Our Race, The White War and the Colored Races


The Negro in History and Civilization


Sonnet to a Sick Friend


The Black Man's Burden


Three Black Bands by Herman M. Moens


Box 13 Folder 3 Lecture Outlines and Notes; New York Board of Education Series. Scrapbook Title page and photocopied notes, originals in manuscript series



Flat Box 740 Mainly About Me Vol. 1; The Radical and Racial Phases. Scrapbook, 1905-28 October 1920

[Newspaper clippings and other items relating to Hubert H. Harrison; loose clippings and pasted into book, continued in Public Notices, Records and References; Vol. 2: The Upward Climb]



Box 13 Folder 4 Miscellaneous Writings Vol. 2: Literary Criticism and Other Writings Scrapbook [title page and loose clippings; includes "Fish Kettle" and "Trend of the Times" columns, 4 May 1921-2 December 1927


Box 13 Folder 5 & 6 Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb. Scrapbook, 1 April 1903-2 April 1927 [Loose clippings and pasted into book, contains articles about Marcus Garvey trial continues Mainly About Me Vol. 1; The Radical and Racial Phases], 1 April 1903-2 April 1927


Box 13 Folder 7 Writings Hubert Harrison Contributed toNegro World Scrapbook, 1918-10 October 1926 [Loose clippings and clippings pasted in book. Note: most of the formal editorial ('leaders') of 1920 will be found reproduced in my 2nd book. "When Africa Awakes"-- H.H.] See detailed list of writings following:, 1918-10 October 1926, 1920


List of Harrison's writings in the order in which they appear in the above scrapbook:


The Trouble at the Lafayette Darkwater


The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy


The Seamy Side of White Christian Civilization


The Negro in Industry


The Superscientist


The Black Man's Burden


The Negro Soldier in France


An Englishman Visits Africa


Africa as She Is


Another Negro Poet


The Real Woodrow Wilson


Imperialistic America


The Caucasian Canker in South Africa


Germany, England and the African First Principles


American Slavery Past and Present


The Theory and Practice of International Relations Among Negro-Americans


That Questionnaire


The Brown Man Leads the Way


On a Certain Condescension in White Publishers


Just Suppose: A Riddle for "Scientific Radical" Liars, With Apologies To C. OW.


A Difference of Opinion


The Black Man's Burden


Peace on Earth


On Praise


On "Civilizing" Africa


Lincoln and Liberty: Fact versus Fiction


The Racial Roots of Education


Wanted--A Colored International


Frightful Friendship Vs. Self-Defense


Ku Klux Klan in the Past


The Washington Conference Democracy in America


Disarmament and the Darker Races


White People Versus Negroes: Being the Story of a Great Book The Southern Black--As Seen by the Eye of Fiction


Soft Pedaling for Peace


Presstitution and The Negro Year Book, 1918-1919


As Nature Leads Myth, Magic, and Religion: A Study of Pagan Influences in the Religion of Islam


The Negro in Industry


The New Negro as Seen by a White Man, The Soul of a Sycophant, and Our Newspaper Press


A South African Author


A Volume of Verse


South Africa Again


In Spite of the Handicap


Africa Here and There


Canary Cottage: A Dramatic Opinion


Last Week at Lafayette


The Tragedy of Motherhood


The Darktown Follies' a Great Hit at the Lafayette


Jottings: Pictures at the Lafayette


[Soft-]Pedaling for Peace


A Batch of Books


Curbing the Gouging Landlords


The Crisis Asleep


A "Cheap" Administration


Our Political Power


The Ku Klux Klan


The Line-up on the Color Line


Southern Socialists and the Ku Klux Klan


Education and the U.N.I.A.


"Gotten" is 'Rotten.'


The Lion and the Lamb


"Subject" Versus "Citizen."


"Know Thyself!"


Are Negro Actors White?


The Harlem Hospital


Stupidity and the N.A.A.C.P.


The U.N.I.A. and Politics


What's in a Name?


An Apology


Hands Across the Sea


Why Books?


The Negro and the Census


Homeless White Men


The Negro and the Health and Tenement House Departments


The Negro and High Rents


A Good Word for the Stage


Chiropractic--Good and Bad


Students Reply to Article


Finale


Put up or Shut Up!


West Indian News Notes to be Resumed


The Crab Barrel


Listen!


Answers to Questions Concerning Books

Series V: Documents



Box 14 Folder 1 Certificate of [Baptism] and Admission to Holy Communion for [Hubert] Harrison Autograph document signed, March18, 1896


Box 14 Folder 2 Certificate of Membership, the Mayor's Committee on Celebration Printed document signed, May 1923


Box 14 Folder 3 Certificate of Membership, the Mayor's Committee of Welcome Printed document signed, 1918-1919


Box 14 Folder 4 Certificate of Naturalization for Hubert H. Harrison Printed document signed, September 26, 1922



Box Flat Box 740 Frances Marion Harrison Elementary Graduation Diploma. Two printed documents signed, June 30, 1922 [Oversized], June 30, 1922



Box 14 Folder 5 Funeral Arrangements for Hubert. H. Harrison Receipt. Typed document signed, December 31, 1927


Box 14 Folder 6 The Globe Credit Union Promissory note [H.H.H et al $200] Printed document signed, [c. 1922]


Box 14 Folder 7 Haynes Dinner and Social Club Membership card Printed document signed, August 12, 1916 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 23], August 12, 1916


Box 14 Folder 8 The International Colored Unity League Bill [for membership cards]. Printed document signed, 11, March1927


Box 14 Folder 9 Liberty League of Negro Americans Membership card Printed document signed, September 2, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 17], September 2, 1917


Box 14 Folder 10 Liberty League of Negro Americans Promissory note Printed document, undated [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], undated


Box 14 Folder 11 Marriage Certificate of Hubert H. Harrison and Irene L. Horton Printed document signed, 17, April 1909


Box 14 Folder 12 Mary C. Francis Statement re: Her and Hubert H. Harrison's Births Affidavit. Typed document signed, March31, 1920


Box 14 Folder 13 Mount Hope Cemetery -- Harrison's Grave Location Receipt [Hubert H. Harrison grave maintenance] Typed document, April 17, 1945.


Box 14 Folder 14 National War Savings Committee Certificate Printed document signed, 1918-1919 [In: Flat Box 740], 1918-1919


Box 14 Folder 15 Report of Ratings--Clerk-Carrier Examination Score Printed document, 8, December 1927


Box 14 Folder 16 Summons -- Action on a Promissory Note, Globe Credit Union against Hubert H. Harrison, et al. Two typed documents, 8, May 1922


Box 14 Folder 17 Supreme Court New York City Subpoena [Garvey v. Garvey] Typed document, December 3, 1926. (photocopy) [Original in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb]

Series VI: Photographs



Box 15 Folder 1 Charlton, Melville Photograph, undated [8x 10, signed, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 2 Women of the White Rose Home [Frances Reynolds Keyser is in the center] Photograph of large group of African-American women on steps July 1909 [7.5 x 8.5], July 1909


Box 15 Folder 3 Hubert H. Harrison Teaching Class in "World Problems of Race" [Richard B. Moore and W.A. Domingo are in attendance]


Box 15 Folder 4 [Daughters of Hubert H. Harrison.] Two photographs, undated [6 x 8] and undated [7 x 9], undated, undated


Box 15 Folder 5 Deniyl, Mandarikan Two photographs, 28 May 1920 [3.25 x 4.75, signed, with note] and undated [4 x 7], May 1920, undated


Box 15 Folder 6 Ellis, Evelyn


Box 15 Folder 7 [Believed to be son of Williana Jones Burroughs and Charles Burroughs] Clipping of photograph [with caption in Russian], undated [5.5 x 7.5], undated


Box 15 Folder 8 [Father? of Irene Louise Horton Harrison.] Photograph, undated [3.75 x 5.5], undated


Box 15 Folder 9 Gans, Panama Joe Photograph, undated [5 x 7], undated


Box 15 Folder 10 Gentle, Alice Photograph, undated [6 x 8, signed, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 11 Crummell, Alexander Photograph, undated [5 x 7, 3 copies], undated


Box 15 Folder 12 [Harrison, Alice] Photograph, undated [4 x 6], undated


Box 15 Folder 13 [Harrison, Frances Marion] Three photographs, March1910 [3 x 4 oval with note]; undated [snapshot with friends] [3.5 x 3.5, 2 copies]; [c. 1921] [6.25 x 8], March1910, undated


Box 15 Folder 14 Harrison, Hubert H. Four photographs, March1919 [with Mr. Lester and unidentified man, 3.75 x 4.5, with note]; February1921 [E. Hoppe, artist, 7.5 x 9, with note]; undated [8 x 10]; undated [1.5 x 5], March1919, February1921, undated, undated


Box 15 Folder 15 [Harrison, Ilva] Photograph of daughter of William Harrison, undated [4 x 6], undated


Box 15 Folder 16 Harrison, Ilva Henrietta Photograph for N.Y. Amsterdam News, undated [8x 10], undated


Box 15 Folder 17 [Harrison, Irene Louise ("Lin") Horton] Two photographs, undated [4 x 5.5] and undated [2.25 x 2.75], undated, undated


Box 15 Folder 18 [Harrison, Mrs. William] Photograph, undated [2.5 x 3.25], undated


Box 15 Folder 19 [Horton, Clifford] Photograph of Irene Louise Horton Harrison's brother, undated [3.5 x 5.5], undated


Box 15 Folder 20 [Horton?, Joe] Photograph, undated [5.25 x 7.25, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 21 Hospital letter, "an Lucas," Ponce Photograph, undated [3.25 x 5.25, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 22 Montero, Maria Photograph, undated [8 x 10, signed, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 23 National Colored Liberty Congress Photograph of group which includes Hubert H. Harrison and William Monroe Trotter, June 24-29, 1918 [8 x 10, with note], June 24-29, 1918


Box 15 Folder 24 [Razafkeriefo, Andy (Razaf)] Photograph, undated [4x 6, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 25 Raz[afkeriefo, Andy (Razaf)] and Rawson in "On Strike." Photograph, undated [8.5 x 10, with note], undated


Box 15 Folder 26 [Sanborn, Gertrude.] Photograph [friend of J.A. Rogers], undated [5x 7], undated


Box 15 Folder 27 [Sister of Irene Louise Horton Harrison?] Photograph, undated [4 x 5.5], undated


Box 15 Folder 28 Unidentified people 19 photographs, undated

Series VII: Memorabilia and Ephemera


Box 15 Folder 29 Colonial Dames American flag and Oath of Allegiance Memorabilia. silk flag, December 26, 1922 [with note] Printed card, undated Envelope, undated [with note in hand of Hubert H. Harrison], December 26, 1922, undated, undated


Box 15 Folder 30 Material used to back framed pictures Two colored pictures on cardboard, undated


Box 15 Folder 31 Metal plaque commemorating site of Harrison's death 646 Lenox Avenue, December 17, 1927 [May have been from funeral casket], December 17, 1927

Series VIII: Printed Material


Sub-Series 8.1: Broadsides, Pamphlets, Invitations, Programs, Etc.



Box 16 Folder 1 1910 census Pamphlet. 1910 miscellaneous pages, 1910, 1910


Box 16 Folder 2 1920 census Pamphlet. 1920 pages 15-98, 1920, 1920


Box 16 Folder 3 Advertisements for books Six advertisements from books, undated


Box 16 Folder 4 Advice to Colored Voters! Broadside, [c. 1924]



Box Flat Box 740 Are You a Freethinker? Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], January 28-March4, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 16], January 28-March4, 1917



Box 16 Folder 5 The Babe of Bethlehem [Poem] Broadside, Chicago, December 23, 1922


Box 16 Folder 6 Bill Harrison individual prescribed exercises Business card., undated


Box 16 Folder 7 The Black Man's Burden [Poem] Broadside, [written in 1920], undated [34 copies, 1 p. each], undated


Box 16 Folder 8 Board of Education Public Lecture Notices Ten pamphlets [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], 1922-1924 [1 original,, 2 photocopies, originals and other 8 pamphlets in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, loose and p. 8, 9, 13, 17], 1922-1924



Box Flat Box 740 Branch 5 Socialist School Pamphlet, October 20-May 15, 1914 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 16], October 20-May 15, 1914


Box Flat Box 740 The Brother in Black Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], March10, 1923 [2 copies located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 15], March10, 1923


Box Flat Box 740 The Brownsville Radical Forum Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], 1915 [located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 6], 1915



Box 16 Folder 9 The Call of Africa Broadside and greeting card with poem from Bishop and Mrs. C. C. Alleyne, undated


Box 16 Folder 10 Card Requisition Form. North Harlem Community Service Photocopy [original on back of Marcia Greenridge in her Home in Writings], undated


Box 16 Folder 11 Colored Heroes of the Faith Pamphlet [souvenir program St. Benedict's Rectory], December 17, 1922, (6 pages), with note, December 17, 1922


Box 16 Folder 12 Colored Voters Can You Forget? Pamphlet [campaign literature for Royal Weller against Emanuel Hertz], [circa 1924 ?], 1924



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Cosmopolitan College of Chiropractic Pamphlet [Hubert H. Harrison professor], 1921 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 3], 1921



Box 16 Folder 13 A Course Through College for the Busy Man or Woman. Pamphlet [Hubert H. Harrison instructor], undated (photocopy) [2 originals, located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb], undated



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Dinner Celebrating Twenty-fifth Anniversary of City of New York Invitation, June 16, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 24], June 16, 1923


Box 13 Folder 5&6 A Dinner in Honor of Hubert H. Harrison Invitation, 31 May 1924 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 29], May 1924



Box Flat Box 740 A Dinner to be Given in Honor of Mr. E. Mzumbo Lazare Invitation, August 31, 1918 [Two copies, located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 23.], August 31, 1918



Box 16 Folder 14 The Educational Forum of The International Colored Unity League and Is There Any Cure for Lynching? Broadside, [c.] March25, 1927 [2 copies], March25, 1927



Box Flat Box 740 Edward Clark Club Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], February20, 1915 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 6], February20, 1915



Box 16 Folder 15 Enjoy this Dance Now but Read The Voice All the Time Circular., undated



Box Flat Box 740 Emancipation Day Celebration Program, September 22, 1915 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 17], September 22, 1915


Box Flat Box 740 First December Dance and Winter Frolic Ticket, 6 December 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], December 1917


Box Flat Box 740 First December Dance and Winter Frolic of the Harlem Forum Broadside, December 6, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], December 6, 1917



Box 16 Folder 16 For Your Protection Use Petrie Ring Whistle Broadside advertisement, undated


Box 16 Folder 17 Four Live Lectures Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], November 27-December 25, 1921 [With note on verso re. population statistics], November 27-December 25, 1921



Box 16 18 Graduation Exercises of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Junior High School Program, 24, June 1927



Box Flat Box 740 A General Membership Meeting Broadside, May 23 1918 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], 1918



Box 16 Folder 19 A Grand Concert Given by the Ways and Means Committee Broadside, 9, /010/1921



Box Flat Box 740 The Greatest Debate in Years: Between Hubert H. Harrison and Chandler Owen Broadside, December 23, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], December 23, 1917


Box Flat Box 740 Help honor Chicago's colored Alderman Hon. Louis B. Anderson Invitation, August 14 [n.y.] [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 23]



Box 16 Folder 20 Hubert H. Harrison Calling Card, undated


Box 16 Folder 21 The Hubert Harrison Memorial Church Four broadsides, May 20, 1928-June 16, 1929


Box 16 Folder 22 Hubert H. Harrison Promotional letter, [c. 1926 ?] [3 copies], 1926



Box Flat Box 740 Infidelity Among Our Ministers Broadside [lecture by Hubert H. Harrison], December 10, 1916 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 19], December 10, 1916



Box 16 Folder 23 International Colored Unity League Letterhead [President and National Organizer: Dr. Hubert H. Harrison], undated [2 copies], undated


Box 16 Folder 24 A Joint Recital for the Benefit of the Hubert Harrison Memorial Church Broadside, 24, May 1931



Box Flat Box 740 Knowledge is Power Broadside [lectures by Hubert H. Harrison], December 9-December 30, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 21], December 9-December 30, 1917



Box 16 Folder 25 Latest Returns From The $20,000 Negro History Drive Broadside, 14, April 1927



Box Flat Box 740 [Lectures at the Temple of Truth] Two broadsides, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, pages 19 and 20], 1917



Box 16 Folder 26 Lenox Avenue Botanical Drugstore Circular, undated


Box 16 Folder 27 Liberia. A Bulletin Pamphlet, 1923 (8 pages), 1923



Box Flat Box 740 Make a Drive for Liberty Broadside, July 4, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 20], July 4, 1917



Box 16 Folder 28 Marriage of Cluttil Simmons to William B. Ball Jr. Invitation, March18, 1951


Box 16 Folder 29 Mass Meeting of Colored Citizens Broadside, October 17, 1924



Box Flat Box 740 The May or's Committee of Welcome to Home-Coming Troops Ticket, February17, 1919 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 24], February17, 1919



Box 13 Folder 5&6 May or's Committee on Celebration of Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Greater City of New York Ticket, June 16, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 24], June 16, 1923



Box 16 Folder 30 Memorial Meeting for Hubert Harrison Broadside, June 17, 1928



Box Flat Box 740 The Modern School Broadside [Harry Kelly lecturer], undated [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 7], undated


Box Flat Box 740 Negro History You Should Know Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], March25, 1919 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 22], March25, 1919



Box 16 Folder 31 Negro Traitors I Have Known Broadside [found in biography of Herbert Spencer Vol. 2], March21, 1926


Box 16 Folder 32 A Night with the Converts and Admissions to Lane Tabernacle C.M.E. Church Program, January 19, 1925


Box 16 Folder 33 Order of Dancing: Three-in-One Carnivalter, for the benefit of The Voice and the Liberty League of Negro Americans Program, September 4, 1917 (photocopy) [Original located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb], September 4, 1917



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Presentation by His Excellency Baron De Cartier De Marchienna Invitation, May 20, 1924 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p.28], May 20, 1924



Box 16 Folder 34 Presentation of Frederick Douglass's Pen at New York Public Library Invitation, March31 [n.y.]


Box 16 Folder 35 Private Instruction [by Hubert H. Harrison] Circular, undated



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Program in Honor of Dr. Hubert H. Harrison Program, May 31, 1924 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, p. 30], May 31, 1924



Box 16 Folder 36 Program of Free Public Lectures of the Board of Education Broadside, October 1-8, 1927 [2 copies], October 1-8, 1927


Box 16 Folder 37 The Quartette of Hell Broadside poem by Joe Simms, undated



Box Flat Box 740 [Radical Forum Lectures] Two broadsides [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], 1914 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, pages 6 and 7], 1914



Box 16 Folder 38 A Reply to "Nigger Heaven" Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], 9, /010/1926



Box Flat Box 740 St. Ignatius Council, No. 151, C.B.L. Invitation [Hubert H. Harrison speaker], June 12, 1905 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 1], June 12, 1905


Box Flat Box 740 Shall the Negro Become the Dominating Race Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], December 31, [n.y.] [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 15]


Box Flat Box 740 Shall the White and Colored Workers Unite for Higher Pay? Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], July 5, 1918 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 21], July 5, 1918



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Sigma Tau Sigma Program, May 29, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, page 21], May 29, 1923


Box 13 Folder 5&6 Silver Jubilee Parade Ticket, May 26, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, page 24], May 26, 1923



Box 16 Folder 39 Six Lectures on Sex Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], March17-April 22, 1917 [Two copies, one original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 20], March17-April 22, 1917



Box Flat Box 740 Some Stirring Talks on Timely Topics Pamphlet [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], 1915 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 7], 1915


Box Flat Box 740 Spartan Literary and Athletic Association Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison speaker], April 30, 1919 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 24], April 30, 1919



Box 16 Folder 40 Spring Dance given by the International Colored Unity League Broadside, 14 May 1927 [5 copies], May 1927



Box Flat Box 740 Stop Lynching and Disfranchisement Broadside, June 12, 1917 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 20], June 12, 1917



Box 16 Folder 41 Stress the Sesqui Broadside [sent out by Mr. Monroe Trotter], February1926



Box Flat Box 740 Sunday Men's Meetings Broadside [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], February2-23 [n.y.] [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 24]



Box 16 Folder 42 Sunrise Club Dining Society Notices Seven pamphlets [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer] [Originals not in folder located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, pages 17, 28 and folder inserts]:


19 March1923 (2 originals, 1 in scrapbook), March1923


2 April 1923 (photocopy, 2 originals in scrapbook), April 1923


26 May 1924 (photocopy, 2 originals in scrapbook), May 1924


9 June 1924 (photocopy, original in scrapbook), June 1924


16 March1926 (1 original), March1926


26 /010/1925 (1 original), /010/1925


15 March1926 (2 originals, 1 in scrapbook), March1926



Box 13 Folder 5&6 Table Seating Broadside, June 14, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, page 22], June 14, 1923



Box 16 Folder 43 Testimonial Banquet in Honor of Rev. John Wesley Johnson, B.D. Program, 28, February1927



Box 13 Folder 5&6 A Testimonial Dinner to Horace B. Liveright Program, June 14, 1923 [Located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb, page 21], June 14, 1923



Box 16 Folder 44 The Voice is Coming Out to Stay! Pamphlet, July 4, 1918 (photocopy) [Original located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases]., July 4, 1918



Box Flat Box 740 Third Quarterly Meeting of Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society Broadside, February27, 1919 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page 22], February27, 1919


Box Flat Box 740 Turn-Verein Vorwaerts Brooklyn Pamphlet, July 1916 [Located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, page17], July 1916


Box Flat Box 740 When the Negro Wakes Broadsides (Hubert H. Harrison lecturer). December 24, 1916. [located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 19]



Box 16 Folder 45 When You Want a Book. Broadside (advertisement for Hubert H. Harrison bookseller)., undated



Box Flat Box 740 Where Did Man Come From? Broadside (Hubert H. Harrison lecturer). December 17, 1916. [located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 19]


Box Flat Box 740 Who Put the Bomb in St. Patrick's Cathedral? Ticket [Hubert H. Harrison lecturer], March25, 1915 [located in scrapbook Mainly About Me Vol. 1: The Radical and Racial Phases, p. 7], March25, 1915



Box 16 Folder 46 World Problems of Race: Syllabus. Pamphlet (Hubert H. Harrison instructor). July 8, 1926-September 9, 1926 (2 copies w/ a.n.) [One located in scrapbook Public Notices, Records and References Vol. 2: The Upward Climb. Box 13. Folders 5&6), July 8, 1926-September 9, 1926


Sub-Series 8.2: Perodicals



Box 17 Folder 1 The African Telegraph Loose pages clipped by Hubert H. Harrison, May -December 1919 16 pages, May -December 1919


Box 17 Folder 2 The African Times and Orient Review Loose pages clipped by Hubert H. Harrison [used in The Voice?]), September 1912-December 1917


Box 17 Folder 3 The Clarion Vol. 1. No. 1, August 15, 1917 (2 pages), August 15, 1917


Box 17 Folder 4 Foreign Flashes February15, 1927 (4 pages), February15, 1927



Box Flat Box 740 The Fraternal Review Vol. 6, No. February2, 1927 (4 pages), February2, 1927



Box 17 Folder 5 Harlem Magazine Seven periodicals:


Vol. 1. No. 6, November 1912 (34 pages), November 1912


Vol. 2, No. 4, September 1913 (42 pages), September 1913


Vol. 3. No. 12, May 1915 (34 pages), May 1915


Vol. 4 No. 3, August 1915 (26 pages), August 1915


Vol. 4. No. 6, November 1915 (42 pages), November 1915


Vol. 6. No. 7, December 1917 (50 pages), December 1917


Vol. 7. No. 5, /010/1918 (39 pages), /010/1918


Box 17 Folder 6 Literary Digest Special China Section. Vol. 92. No. 11, 12 March1927 (98 pages), March1927


Box 17 Folder 7 The Modern Quarterly Vol. 3 No. 3. May /July 1926 pages 169-252


Box 17 Folder 8 The New Negro:


Vol. 3. No. 7, August 1919 (18 pages), August 1919


Vol. 4. No. 1, September 1919 [2 copies, 16 p. each], September 1919


Vol. 4. No. 2, /010/1919 (16 pages), /010/1919


Box 17 Folder 9 New York University Daily News Vol. 5 No. 15, 15 /010/1926 4 pages [Includes article re. Harrison lecture on China], /010/1926



Box Flat Box 740 The Truth Seeker Vol. 50. No. 35, 1 September 1923 [2 copies] [Golden Jubilee Number, with article about Hubert H. Harrison], September 1923



Box 17 Folder 10 The Voice of the Negro:


Vol. 1, No. 1, February1927 [50 copies, (4 pages each), February1927


Vol. 1. No. 1 April 1927 [new series, cover only], April 1927


Vol. 1, No. 2, May 1927 [2 copies, 12 pages each], May 1927


Sub-Series 8.3: Clippings



Box 18 Folder 1 1911-1924


Box 18 Folder 2 1925


Box 18 Folder 3&4 1926


Box 18 Folder 5 1927



Box Flat Box 740 Charles Lindbergh from Sunday News picture section, May 29, 1927 picture section, May 29, 1927



Box 18 Folder 6 Clippings by others. Two clippings, April 24, 1929 and undated, April 24, 1929, undated


Box 18 Folder 7 Clippings re. Hubert H. Harrison before December 17, 1927 September 4, 1917-November 13, 1920, December 17, 1927, September 4, 1917-November 13, 1920


Box 18 Folder 8 Obituaries and Articles about Death of Harrison Clippings, December 18, 1927-May 1, 1928



Box Flat Box 739 Three oversized newspapers re. Death of Hubert H. Harrison:


Amsterdam News, 21, December 1927


Amsterdam News, 28, December 1927


Pittsburgh Courier, 31, December 1927



Box 18 Folder 9 Undated clippings, Undated


Sub-Series 8.4: Books



Box 20 Appleton's popular science monthly New York: D. Appleton and Company Holdings: Volume 53, number 6 (1898 /010/) Article by William Z. Ripley, "The Racial Geography of Europe: Russia and the Slavs," pages 721-745, with Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 19 Folder 1 [Cady, George Luther] Race values and race destinies / [by Grorge Luther Cady] [New York:American Mission Association], [1920] Fragment. Pages 9 and 10 only. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 20 Balzac, Honore De Contes drolatiques. English. Balzac's Contes drolatiques: droll stories collected from the abbeys of Touraine / translated into English complete and unabridged. London: Privately printed, [n.d.] Holdings: Volume 2. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 20 Bax, E. Belfort The story of the French Revolution / by E. Belfort Bax; with preface to the American edition by Daniel De Leon. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1922 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1922


Box 20 Beresford, J. D. H. G. Wells / by J. D. Beresford. New York: Henry Holt and Company, [1915] Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Writers of the day


Box 20 Bible. Authorized. French and English.Le nouveau testament de Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ; / d'apres la version revue par J. F. Ostervald New York: Societe Biblique Americaine, 1891 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1891


Box 20 Bible. O. T.The holy scriptures: according to the Masoretic text: a new translation with the aid of previous versions and with constant consultation of Jewish authorities Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1917 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison with note in his hand: "Referring to my lecture at the Jewish Men's Club of Temple Israel in Lawrence, Long Island, on 'Should we have censorship?'" With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Inscribed to [Hubert Henry Harrison] by Joseph Lande; autographed note to Hubert H[enry] Harrison from Joseph Lande, New York, May 10, 1927 tipped in, 1917, May 10, 1927


Box 20 Birrell, August ine Selected essays, 1884-1907 / by August ine Birrell London, Edinburgh, Dublin and New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [n.d.] Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 20 Blyden, Edward Wilmot African life and customs Reprinted from The Sierra Leone weekly news London: C. M. Phillips, 1908 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1908


Box 20 Book League Advanced books on sexology, psychoanalysis and related subjects: catalogue no. 100 New York: The Book League, [n.d.] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 20 Breasted, James Henry Ancient times: a history of the early world: an introduction to the study of ancient history and the career of early man / by James Henry Breasted Boston; [etc.]: Ginn and Company, ca. 1916 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1916


Box 20 Brubaker, Albert P. A compendia of human physiology especially adapted for the use of medical students / by Albert P. Brubaker.--14th ed.--Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., [1917] With [Hubert Henry Harrison's] manuscript annotations Blakiston's quiz-compends


Box 20 Bruce, John Edward Short biographical sketches of eminent Negro men and women in Europe and the United States, with brief extracts from their writings and public utterances Compiled and arranged by John Edward Bruce Yonkers, N. Y.: [Gazette Press], 1910 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations and tipped-in and laid-in notes. Autograph note signed to Hubert Henry Harrison from the author relating to this book, [n.p.], August 9, 1918 tipped in, 1910, August 9, 1918


Box 20 Burns, Robert The complete works of Robert Burns Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 21 Casson, Herbert N. [ The crime of credulity / by Herbert N. Casson ]. [New York]: [P. Eckler], [ca. 1901] Title page wanting. Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 19 Folder 2 Clodd, Edward. The question: "If a man die shall he live again?"/ by Edward Clodd / with a postscript by Prof. H. E. Armstrong, F. R. S. New York: Edward J. Clode Fragment. Cover only.



Box 21 Conway, Moncure Daniel The life of Thomas Paine: with a history of his literary, political and religious career in America, France, and England / by Moncure Daniel Conway; to which is added a sketch of Paine by William Cobbett (hitherto unpublished); edited by Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner London: Watts & Co., 1909 Issued for the Rationalist Press Association, Limited, by kind permission of the author's executors and Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1909



Box 19 Folder 3 Conway, Moncure Daniel Life of Thomas Paine Fragment. Cover 21 Cortina, R. Diez de la (Rafael Diez de la) The Cortina method to learn Spanish in twenty lessons: intended for self-study or for use in schools / by R. D. de la Cortina. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1890 With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Mutilated; pages 1-10 wanting, 1890



Box 21 Cotter, Joseph S., Jr. The band of Gideon: and other lyrics / by Joseph S. Cotter, Jr. Boston: The Cornhill Company, ca. 1918 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1918


Box 21 Crabb, George English synonymes, with copious illustrations and explanations, / drawn from the best writers . By George Crabb.--A new ed. enlarged New York: J. & J. Harper, 1830 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1830


Box 21 Cromwell, John W. The Negro in American history: men and women eminent in the evolution of the American of African descent / by John W. Cromwell Washington: The American Negro Academy, 1914 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1914


Box 21 Detweiler, Frederick G. The Negro press in the United States / by Frederick G. Detweiler Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, ca. 1922 Inscribed to [Hubert Henry Harrison] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1922


Box 21 Dorsey, George A. Why we behave like human beings / by George A. Dorsey New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1925 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison by [Ignaz?] Zollschan Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Harper's modern science series, 1925


Box 21 Dowd, Jerome The Negro races: a sociological study / by Jerome Dowd New York: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1907 Holdings: volume 1. Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1907


Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt The souls of black folk: essays and sketches / by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois.--10th ed.--Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1915 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations With a tipped-in review by Hubert H[enry] Harrison, with his manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1915


Box 21 Dumont, Theron Q. Practical memory training / by Theron Q. Dumont Chicago: Advanced Thought Publishing Co.; London: L. N. Fowler & Co., ca. 1916 Above the title:Memory, the keynote of success and fortune: develop and strengthen yourself by studying Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1916



Box 22 Duncan, David Life and letters of Herbert Spencer / by David Duncan New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1908 2 volumes Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1908


Eastman, Max Enjoyment of poetry / by Max Eastman New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915 Inscribed to Hubert [H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1915


Box 22 Eddy, Sherwood Danger zones of the social order: facts concerning economic, international racial political and moral problems / by Sherwood Eddy and Kirby Page New York: The Author, ca. 1926 Reprinted from Maker of freedom (New York: George H. Doran Company) Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Christianity and world problems 11, ca. 1926


Box 22 Fahs, Sophia Blanche Lyon Racial relations and the Christian ideal: a discussion course for college students [New York]: [Committee on Christian World Education], ca. 1923 Inscribed to H[ubert] H[enry] Harrison by Melville Charlton With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1923


Box 22 Fernald, James C. English synonyms and antonyms: with notes on the correct use of prepositions: designed as a companion for the study and as a text-book for the use of schools / by James C. Fernald.--A new and enlarged ed.--New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Company, ca. 1914 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison Standard educational series, ca. 1914


Box 22 Finot, Jean Race prejudice / by Jean Finot ; translated by Florence Wade-Evans New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [n.d.] Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 19 Folder 4 Ford, Arnold, ed. The universal Ethiopian hymnal / compiled by Arnold J. Ford New York: Beth B'nai Abraham Publishing Co., 1918 With manuscript note, "Used at the memorial meeting of Hubert Harrison June 17th 1928", 1918



Box 22 Gaudenzi, Angelo de Nuovissima grammatica accelerata italiana-inglese e guida pratica dell'Italiano in America: corso completo per imparare a scrivere, parlare e comprendere la lingua inglese in breve tempo senza maestro [New York]: [A. De Gaudenzi], ca. 1900 With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1900


Box 22 Greever, Garland The Century handbook of writing / by Garland Greever and Easley S. Jones. New York: The Century Co., 1923 Stamped: Property of Board of Education, City of New York, 1923



Box 19 Folder 5 Harrison, Hubert H. The Negro and the nation / by Hubert H. Harrison New York: Cosmo-Advocate Publishing Co., 1917 Fragment. Title page only, 1917


Box 19 Folder 6 Harrison, Hubert H. When Africa awakes: the "inside" story of the stirrings and strivings of the new negro in the western world / by Hubert H. Harrison New York: The Porro Press, 1920 Mutilated. Some loose pages. Back cover wanting With manuscript note ""Aida's Copy"" on fore edge. 2 copies of cover, 1920


Hawkins, Walter Everette Chords and discords / by Walter Everette Hawkins Boston: Richard G. Badger, The Gorham Press, ca. 1920 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Hubert Henry Harrison's review fromNegro World, June 5, 1920 pasted onto left front endpaper. Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections., ca. 1920, June 5, 1920



Box 22 Horace Horace Odes of Horace: translations from the Latin / by various authors; selected and edited by Benjamin E. Smith New York: The Century Co., 1901 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1901


Box 22 Hudson, William Henry An introduction to the philosophy of Herbert Spencer / by William Henry Hudson; revised throughout, and in large part re-written London: Watts & Co.; issued for the Rationalist Press Association, Limited, 1911 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1911


Box 22 Hugo's French simplified Philadelphia: David McKay, [n.d.] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 22 Huxley, Thomas Henry Critiques and addresses . / By Thomas Henry Huxley New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1873 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1873


Box 22 Huxley, Thomas Henry Science and education: essays / by Thomas H. Huxley.--Authorized ed. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1898 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1898


Box 22 Indian National Congress Report of the commissioners appointed by the Punjab sub-committee of the Indian National Congress [Lahore]: [Published by Mr. K. Santanam, bar-at-law, secretary to the commission of inquiry], 1920 Holdings: Volume 1. Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1920


Box 22 Ingersoll, Robert Green Complete lectures of Col. R. G. Ingersoll S. l.: Published for the trade, [n.d.] Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Johnson, James Weldon The autobiography of an ex-colored man Boston: Sherman, French & Company, 1912 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1912



Box 23 Kerlin, Robert Thomas [ The voice of the Negro, 1919 / by Robert T. Kerlin] [New York]: [E. P. Dutton], [c1920] Title page and pages 1-4; 179-188 wanting "A compilation from the colored press of America for the four months immediately succeeding the Washington riot. It is designed to show the Negro's reaction to that and like events following, and to the World War and the Discussion of the Treaty."--Preface With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 23 King, Willis J. The Negro in American life: an elective course for young people on Christian race relationships / by Willis J. King New York; Cincinnati: "The Methodist Book Concern," ca. 1926 Review of this book by Hubert Henry Harrison from Opportunity magazine, October 1926 tipped in Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations World friendship series, ca. 1926, October 1926


Box 23 Lincoln, Abraham Letters and addresses of Abraham Lincoln / edited by Mary MacLean New York: Unit Book Publishing Co., 1907 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations The unit books 2, 1907


Box 23 Lippmann, Walter A preface to politics / by Walter Lippmann New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1917 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1917



Box 19 Folder 7 Lippmann, Walter A preface to politics / by Walter Lippmann Fragment, Part of rear cover and spine



Box 23 Locke, Alain LeRoy Syllabus of an extension course of lectures on race contacts and inter- racial relations: a study in the theory and practice of race . / By Professor Alain LeRoy Locke [Washington]: [Printed by R. L. Pendleton], c1916 "These lectures have been given in the spring semesters of 1915 and 1916 under the auspices of the Howard chapter of the N. A. A. C. P. and the Social Science Club." With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1915, 1916


Box 23 Macatamney, Hugh Cradle days of New York (1609-1825) / by Hugh Macatamney New York: Drew & Lewis, 1909 Inscribed to H[ubert] H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1909


Box 23 Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron The life and letters of Lord Macaulay / by his nephew, the Right Hon. Sir George Otto Trevelyan, Bart.--Enlarged and complete ed., including Macaulay's marginal notes New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1909 2 volumes in one Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Penciled note on right front endpaper: "Last book read by Hubert Harrison, September 24, 1927 in Bellevue Hospital", 1909, September 24, 1927


Box 23 Machiavelli, Niccolo Le opere maggiori: Principe; Discorsi; Arte della guerra; Istorie fiorentine / Niccolo? Machiavelli; scelta e commento di Plinio Carli Firenze: Felice le Monnier, 1950\


Box 23 Macy, John The spirit of American literature / by John Macy New York: Boni and Liveright, Inc., ca. 1913 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1913


Box 23 Marcial Dorado, Carolina Espana pintoresc: the life and customs of Spain in story and legend / by Carolina Marcial Dorado Boston; [etc.]: Ginn and Company, ca. 1917


Box 23 M'Causland, Dominick Adam and the Adamite; or, The harmony of scripture and ethnology / By Dominick M'Causland.--4th ed.-- London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1877 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1877


McKay, Claude. Harlem shadows: the poems / of Claude McKay; with an introduction by Max Eastman New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, ca. 1922 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, ca. 1922


McKay, Claude Sprint in New Hampshire: and other poems / by Claude McKay London: Grant Richards Ltd., 1920 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1920



Box 19 Folder 8 McKay, Claude Harlem shadows: the poems / of Claude McKay; with an introduction by Max Eastman Fragment. Part of cover only



Box 23 Mecklin, John Moffatt The Ku Klux Klan: a study of the American mind / by John Moffatt Mecklin New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1924 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1924


Box 23 Merrick, J. M. Nugae inutiles: (specimens of translation.) / By J. M. Merrick Boston: Henry L. Shepard & Co., 1874 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1874


Box 23 The modern quarterly: a magazine of the newer spirit Baltimore, Maryland: The Modern Quarterly Holdings: Volume 3, numbers 2, 4 (1926February-April, September -December ) Volume 3, number 2 has article by Howard W. Odum and Charles S. Johnson, The New Negro, pages 127-134 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Volume 3, number 4 has article by Hubert [Henry] Harrison, "The Real Negro problem", pages 314-321


Box 23 Montaigne, Michel de Selected essays / Montaigne Chicago: The Great Books Foundation, [1947]


Box 23 Myers, Gustavus History of the Supreme Court of the United States / by Gustavus Myers Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1912 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1912


Box 23 Myers, Gustavus The history of Tammany Hall / by Gustavus Myers.--2nd ed. revised and enlarged New York: Boni and Liveright, Inc., 1917 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1917



Box 24 Newell, Lyman C. Descriptive chemistry / by Lyman C. Newell Boston; New York; Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., 1912 Revised. Stamped: "Property of Board of Education, City of New York." On cover: "Part 1, Descriptive.", 1912


Box 24 Nietzsche, Friedrich The genealogy of morals / by Friedrich Nietzsche; translated by Horace B. Samuel New York: Boni and Liveright, Inc., [ca. 1920] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations The modern library


Niles, Blair Black Haiti: a biography of Africa's eldest daughter / by Blair Niles ; illustrated from photographs by Robert Niles, Jr. New York; London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1926 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1926


Box 24 Oldham, J. H. Christianity and the race problem / by J. H. Oldham New York: Association Press, 1924 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1924


O'Neill, Eugene G. The emperor Jones; Diff'rent; The straw / by Eugene G. O'Neill New York: Boni and Liveright, [1923] Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Review of The emperor Jones by Hubert Henry Harrison fromNegro World tipped in Autograph letter signed to [Hubert Henry] Harrison from Eugene O'Neill, Provincetown, Massachusetts, June 9, 1921 discussing his review, with Harrison's manuscript annotations, tipped in Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, June 9, 1921



Box 19 Folder 9 O'Neill, Eugene The emperor Jones; Diff'rent; The straw / by Eugene O'Neill Fragment. Cover only



Box 24 Otto, Emil German conversation-grammar: a practical method of learning the German language / by Emil Otto ; revised by Douglas Yates.--32nd ed. Paris; New York; Washington: Brentano's, 1926 Method Gaspey-Otto-Sauer Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1926


Box 24 Otto, Emil [ Grammatica tedesca / Sauer-Ferrari] [Heidelberg]: [Giulio Roos], [n.d.] Title page wanting With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 24 Page, Kirby Dollars and world peace: a consideration of nationalism, industrialism and imperialism / by Kirby Page. New York: George H. Doran Company, ca. 1927 With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations. Christianity and world problems 14, ca. 1927


Pickens, William Bursting bonds: enlarged edition The heir of slaves / by William Pickens Boston: The Jordan & More Press, 1923 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1923


Plays produced under the stage direction of David Belasco / illustrated with twelve crayon sketches by William F. Kurze New York: S. N., 1925 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1925


Pope, Alexander The poetical works of Alexander Pope, Esq.: to which is prefixed the life of the author / by Dr. Johnson Philadelphia: Published by J. J. Woodward; stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1835 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Laid in newspaper clipping with article about Alexander Pope Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1835


Box 24 Rabelais, Francois The works of Rabelais / completely translated into English by Urquhart and Motteux, with variorum notes; full page illustrations by Chalon London: Published for the trade, [n.d.] Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations



Box 19 Folder 10 Roa, Fernando Gonzalez The Mexican people and their detractors / by Fernando Gonzalez Roa New York, ca. 1916 Cover wanting. Some penciled markings, ca. 1916



Box 24 Robertson, J. M. The evolution of states: an introduction to English politics / by J. M. Robertson, New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1913 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Related material laid in, 1913


Box 24 Robinson, Victor Pathfinders in medicine / by Victor Robinson; with a letter from Ernst Haeckel and an introduction by Abraham Jacobi New York: Medical Review of Reviews, 1912 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1912


Box 24 Rogers, J. A. [ From "superman" to man / by J. Rogers]. [New York]: [Lenox Publishing Co.], [ca. 1924] Mutilated; title page wanting, many pages loose With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 24 Rogers, J. A. From "superman" to man / by J. A. Rogers.--4th ed.-- New York: Lenox Pub. Co., ca. 1924 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1924



Box 19 Folder 11 Rogers, J. A. From "superman" to man Fragment. Cover or advertisement


Box 19 Folder 12 Rogers, J. A. The Ku Klux spirit: a brief history of the Ku Klux Klan past and present / by J. A. Rogers New York: The Messenger Publishing Co., 1923 Inscribed to Hubert H. Harrison by J. A. Rogers, 1923



Box 24 Roget, Peter Mark Roget's thesaurus of English words and phrases classified and arranged so as to facilitate the expression of ideas and assist in literary composition / edited by C. O. Sylvester Mawson New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, ca. 1911 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1911


Box 24 Ruiz Suarez, Bernardo The color question in the two Americas / Dr. Bernardo Ruiz Suarez; translated by John Crosby Gordon New York: The Hunt Publishing Co., 1922 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1922


Sanborn, Gertrude Veiled aristocrats / by Gertrude Sanborn. Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, ca. 1923 Inscribed to Mr. J. A. Rogers Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, ca. 1923



Box 25 Sauer, C. M. Grammatica tedesca della lingua parlata / dettata dai professori C. M. Sauer e Giuseppe Ferrari.--5a ed. diligentemente riveduta ed accresciuta d'un vocabolario dal professor Pietro Motti Heidelberg (Germania): Giulio Groos, Editore, 1894 Metodo Gaspey-Otto-Sauer, 1894


Box 25 The scientific monthly Lancaster, Pa. ; Garrison, N. Y.: The Science Press Volume 9, number 6 (1919 December ) with article: "The origins of civilization" / James H. Breasted, p. 561-577 with Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 25 Schopenhauer, Arthur The essays of Arthur Schopenhauer / translated by T. Bailey Saunders Brooklyn, N. Y.: Neidorf Book Company, [ca. 1914] Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 25 Shakespeare, William From day to day with Shakespeare / compiled by Wallace and Frances Rice. New York: Barse & Hopkins, ca. 1912 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1912


Box 25 Shakespeare, William The complete works of William Shakespeare. Arranged in their chronological order / Edited by W. G. Clark and W. Aldis Wright. With an introduction to each play, adapted from the Shakespearean primer of Professor Dowden. 33 full page illustrations by H. C. Selous New York: A. L. Burt Company, [n.d.] Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Shakespeare, William The merchant of Venice: a comedy / by William Shakespeare; as arranged for the contemporary stage by David Belasco and acted under his direction at the Lyceum Theatre, New York with David Warfield in the character of Shylock, December 21, 1922 New York: Privately printed, 1922 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison by David Belasco Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, December 21, 1922, 1922


Sinclair, Upton The journal of Arthur Stirling: "the valley of the shadow" / by Upton Sinclair Pasadena, California: The Author, ca. 1923 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison. With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, ca. 1923


Box 25 Soddy, Frederick Matter and energy / by Frederick Soddy New York: Henry Holt and Company; London: Williams and Norgate, ca. 1912 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Home university library of modern knowledge 43, ca. 1912


Box 25 Stoddard, Lothrop The rising tide of color against white world-supremacy / by Lothrop Stoddard; with an introduction by Madison Grant New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922 Typed letters signed to [Hubert Henry] Harrison by the author, New York, June 25, 1920 thanking him for a review of this book Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1922, June 25, 1920


Box 25 Stoker, Bram [ Dracula / by Bram Stoker] [Garden City, New York]: [Doubleday, Page & Company], [1925] Mutilated; title page wanting, many pages loose Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations


Box 25 Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, baron Gems from Tennyson / With illustrations by W. J. Hennessy, [et al.] Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866 Inscribed to Ilva Henrietta Harrison by her father, [Hubert Henry Harrison] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Incomplete; page 153 to end and back cover wanting, 1866


Box 25 Todd, John The student's manual / by Rev. John Todd New York: Harper & Brothers; London: Ward Lock & Co., Limited, Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations. The world library



Box 26 Value, V. Ollendorff's new method of learning to read, write, and speak the French language / by V. Value New York; Cincinnati; Chicago: American Book Company, ca. 1850 With [Hubert Henry Harrison's] manuscript annotations, ca. 1850


Box 26 Van Every, Edward Joe Louis: man and super-fighter / by Edward Van Every New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1936 [belonged to family], 1936


Box 26 Walker, E. C. Practical co-operation / By E. C. Walker Walley Falls, Kansas: [The Author], E.M. 285 [i.e. 1885 ?] A series of articles originally published in the Liberal (Liberal Missouri) Imprint date supplied from NUC pre-1956, 1885


Box 26 Weale, B. L. Putnam Weale The conflict of colour: the threatened upheaval throughout the world / by B. L. Putnam Weale, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910 Newspaper clipping about the author's murder in China laid in Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1910


Box 26 Whitman, Walt Leaves of grass / by Walt Whitman; including a facsimile autobiography, variorum readings of the poems and a department of gathered leaves Philadelphia: David McKay, ca. 1900 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1900


Box 26 Whitman, Walt Two prefaces / by Walt Whitman; an introductory note by Christopher Morley--1st edition Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926


Wolff, Adolf Songs of rebellion, songs of life, songs of love / by Adolf Wolff New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1914 Fifty numbered copies; this copy unnumbered Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations and verse Related materials laid in Removed from the collection and cataloged for the book collections, 1914


Box 26 Wood, Charles W. The myth of the individual / by Charles W. Wood. New York: The John Day Company, 1927 Inscribed to Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, 1927


Box 26 Woodson, Carter G. The Negro in our history / by Carter G. Woodson.--4th ed. (revised and enlarged) Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, ca. 1927 Autographed by Hubert H[enry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1927


Box 26 Woodson, Carter G. The education of the Negro prior to 1861 a history of the education of the Colored people of the United States from the beginning of slavery to the Civil War / by C. G. Woodson.--2nd ed. Washington, D. C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1919 Autographed by Hubert [Henry] Harrison, 1919


Box 26 Woodson, Carter G. Negro orators and their orations / by Carter G. Woodson Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, ca. 1925 Inscribed to Hubert H[enry] Harrison by August a Savage With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1925



Box 19 Folder 13 Washington D.C. B. S. Reynolds Company, ca. 1919 Inscribed to "My Wife and Sweetheart" by Hubert [Henry] Harrison With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations, ca. 1919


Box 19 Folder 14 Why I love you . New York Cupples & Leon Co., 1907 Inscribed "To Irene" by Hubert [Henry Harrison] With Hubert Henry Harrison's manuscript annotations Newspaper clipping of "The Awakening" by Cora Greenleaf laid in, 1907


Box 19 Folder 15 Fragment. Back cover and last two pages of book of quotations containing entries for "Youth" and "Zeal"


Box 19 Folder 16 Fragment. Frontispiece with picture of Great Spinx only Autographed by Hubert H. Harrison, inscribed to Irene L. Harrison With manuscript note, "first edition"

Series IX: Addendum


Photocopies of original letters made by Jeff Perry. Location of originals unknown.


Box 19 Folder 17 Elsie [?] to Hubert H. Harrison 14 letters, February-16, November 1922


Box 19 Folder 18 Hubert H. Harrison to Elsie [?] 2 letters, 8, February1922