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National Council of Negro Women


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Dorothy Irene Height papers

Identifier: SSC-MS-00606
Abstract Civil rights activist, YWCA worker. The Dorothy Height Papers, which appear to be a reference file compiled by YWCA of the U.S.A. archives staff from YWCA records and other sources, are primarily related to her work with the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) and the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), dating from 1937 to 2005. The bulk of the materials cover the period between the late 1950s and the mid 1970s and include correspondence, clippings, photographs, awards and...
Dates of Materials: 1937-2005

Jeanne L. Noble papers

Identifier: SSC-MS-00488
Abstract Professor, Author. Papers consist primarily of materials related to Noble's involvement in the National Council of Negro Women (specifically the Dorothy I. Height Leadership Institute) in the late 1990s, and the Delta Sigma Theta sorority in the 1980s and 1990s. In addition, there are some materials documenting Noble's work on several governmental commissions and committees in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as various community organizations. Also included are essays and speeches by Noble and...
Dates of Materials: 1950 - 2002

Miscellaneous organizations collection

Identifier: SSC-MS-00482
Abstract This collection contains small amounts of primarily printed materials on women's professional, social, political, charitable, and patriotic organizations. Also included are women's rights groups and organizations for consumer advocacy, ethnic and racial equality, community service, civic improvement, social welfare, labor advocacy, war relief, and animal rights. National and local organizations in the U.S. are represented, as well as other countries, especially Canada, England, Germany,...
Dates of Materials: 1824 - 2014

The Aframerican Woman's Journal, 1940-1947

 File — Box B00003: [Barcode: 310183630452091]
Identifier: (OCoLC)22272037
Scope and Contents In the Spring 1940 issue, Mary McLeod Bethune described the journals mission as "serving as a mirror for many people the uneven gradations of the Negro woman's progress and the larger progress of the Race achieved through the years. What is even a greater mission - it should depen our own consciousness of the part our own women must play in helping to bring to past America's true Democracy." Common themes include black women's history, political news, biographical profiles of...
Dates of Materials: 1940-1947

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correspondence 3
photographs 3