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Hubert H. Harrison papers, 1893-1927

Series IV: Diaries and Scrapbooks

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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