Clippings file of the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection
Scope and Contents
- circa 1920-1993
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Immediate Source of Acquisition
122.36 Linear Feet (295 boxes)
Language of Materials
An updated listing for the pamphlets series was created by Eleanor Pritchett, 2018. This listing was incorporated into the online description in 2022.
Former call numbers: JWJ 1, JWJ 2, JWJ 2X.
- African American athletes
- African American entertainers
- African American politicians
- African Americans -- Civil rights
- African Americans -- Education
- African Americans -- Societies, etc.
- Clippings (information artifacts)
- Ephemera (general object genre)
- James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection of Negro Arts and Letters (Yale University)
- United States -- Race relations
- Guide to the Clippings File of the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection
- by Clayton McGahee and Ellen Doon
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
- 2022: The pamphlets series was updated to include a title-level listing, which was created by Eleanor Pritchett in 2018.
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