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Commission on Educational Organizations. Advisory Committee. (Box 22, Folder 15)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Detroit, Round Table of NCCJ. (Box 23, Folder 5)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Denver University. (Box 24, Folder 14)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Kansas City University. (Box 24, Folder 19)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Workshops, 1952. (Box 25, Folder 34)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Workshops, 1953. (Box 25, Folder 35)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Workshops, 1954. (Box 25, Folder 36)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Human Relations Workshops. Workshops, 1955. (Box 25, Folder 37)
Commission on Educational Organizations. Memoranda, 1952-1956. (Box 22, Folder 13)
NCCJ Public Relations and Publications. Youth Conferences. (Box 11, Folder 39)
NCCJ Self Studies. Human Relations Workshop Evaluation. (Box 7, Folder 7)
Special Projects. Green Pastures. (Box 6, Folder 16)
Special Projects. Religious Freedom and Public Affairs Project. Right Wing Extremists. (Box 21, Folder 12)
Meetings and Conferences, 1926-1980. Techniculture Conference Committee. (Box 158, Folder 22)
Publications. Bulletins, 1918-1960. ""Colored Workers"" Bulletins, circa, 1945-1950. September 1949 - April 1950. (Box 56, Folder 6)
Scrapbooks, 1935-1965. ""Music,"" 1935-1952. Music, 1936-1948. (Box 165, Folder 21)
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees, 1920-1971. Committee on Youth Services, National Teenage Conference on Human Rights, post conference reports and correspondence, 1964 October-1965 March. (Box 61, Folder 36)
National Social Welfare Assembly 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees 1920-1971. Public Social Policy Committees, Committee on Social Issues and Policies, reference, Newburg (N.Y.) (Box 82, Folder 27)
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees, 1920-1971. Race Relations Committees, Committee on Prejudice and Discrimination, correspondence and memoranda, 1951-1955. (Box 89, Folder 8)
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees, 1920-1971. Race Relations Committees, Intergoup Relations, agency policy, 1955-1956. (Box 89, Folder 17)
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees, 1920-1971. Race Relations Committees, Intergoup Relations, executive group, meetings, 1954. (Box 89, Folder 18)
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1920-1980 (bulk 1945-1970). National Social Welfare Committees, 1920-1971. Race Relations Committees, Intergoup Relations, workshops and clinics, 1961-1962 April. (Box 90, Folder 1)
Old Cap. Collier Library, Number 794
Blues for an Alabama Sky [production records] (Box 1, Folder 14)
Buffalo Hair [production records] (Box 1, Folder 19)
Malcolm X [production records] (Box 4, Folder 30)
Rollin' on the T.O.B.A. [production records] (Box 6, Folder 6)
Musical leaves for sabbath schools : composed of Musical leaves nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, with an addition of one hundred popular hymns
Public Art Review (Volume 15, Number 2), Spring/Summer 2004
Public Art Review (Volume 16, Number 1), Fall/Winter 2004
Public Art Review (Volume 17, Number 1), Fall/Winter 2005
Public Art Review (Volume 17, Number 2), Spring/Summer 2006
Public Art Review (Volume 21, Number 1), Fall/Winter 2009
Public Art Review (Volume 5, Number 2), Spring/Summer 1994
Public Art Review (Volume 6, Number 1), Fall/Winter 1994
Public Art Review (Volume 6, Number 2), Spring/Summer 1995
Public Art Review (Volume 7, Number 2), Spring/Summer 1996
V-mail from Poppy to Alan Rich, from scrapbook 3, part 2, Aug 1943-June 1944 (Box 1, Folder 23)
V-mail from Poppy to Alan Rich, from scrapbook 4, part 1, July 1944-July 1945 (Box 1, Folder 24)
V-mail from Poppy to Alan Rich, from scrapbook 4, part 2, July 1944-July 1945 (Box 1, Folder 25)
V-mail from Poppy to Alan Rich July 1945-October 1945 (Box 1, Foler 20)
Old Cap. Collier Library, Number 245
Programs and publicity material. (Box 1, Folder 17)
Adair Rounthwaite, Art Historian, on Participatory Art, November 2010
Adam Muller, Scholar of Mass Violence, Nov. 2015
Adam Zientek, Professor of History, on the Psychiatry of Warfare, December 2011
Adeena Karasick, Cultural Theorist, on the Materiality of Language, February 2013
Adelheid Kreiner, Restaurant Owner, Oct. 2014
Alice Shields, Composer, on her Musical Life, March 2013
Alona Nitzan-Shiftan, Professor of Architecture, on Post-WWII Israeli Architecture, December 2009
Amy Howard, Professor of American Studies, on Public Housing, February 2010
Amy Kaminsky, Professor of Women's Studies, on Jewish Argentina, November 2011
Andreas Eckert, Director of re:work Center, Nov. 2014
Andrea Stanislav, Multimedia Artist, on her Work, February 2009
Andrew Light, Professor of Environmental Ethics, on Climate Change, April 2009
Andrew Newman, Professor of Anthropology, on Parks, October 2011
Andrew Pask, Composer, on Performance, February 2007
Andrew Stone, Postdoc in History, on Soviet Orphanages, April 2013
Andy Sturdevant, Artist, on his Work, December 2012
Andy Wilhide, Oral Historian, Mar. 2014
Angela Zito, Professor of Anthropology, on Religion, February 2013
Anna Putz, Coffee Shop Owner, Oct. 2014
Annea Lockwood, Composer, on Natural Sounds, February 2013
Anne Hake, Architect, on Housing in Haiti, March 2011
Ann Juergens, Professor of Law, on the Justice, October 2012
Ann Marie Barry, Professor of Communications, on the Neurology of Visual Communication, March 2009
Ann Treacy, Information Technologist, on Google Glass, Apr. 2014
Ann Waltner, Professor of History, on Matteo Ricci's Map, July 2010
Ann Waltner, Professor of History, on Spirituality in 16th Century China, May 2006
Anselm Hollo, Poet and Translator, on his Life, March 2007
Ardes Shea, Gardener, July 2014
Arijit Sen, Professor of Architecture, on Ordinary Landscapes, September 2008
Arthur Knight, Professor of American Studies, on Cinema, February 2013
Astrid Ogilvie, Climate Historian, on Reconstructing Past Climates, February 2013
Barbara Draper, Poet, Feb. 2016
Barbara Sommer, Oral Historian, Mar. 2014
Benjamin Friedlander, Poet, on his Poetry, February 2013
Bernhard Freyer, Professor of Organic Agriculture, Sep. 2014
Bill Brandt, Farmer, on his Practice, July 2012
Bill Foley, Photographer, and Andrea Stanislav, Professor of Art, on Dubai, December 2009
Bill Foley, Photographer, on Photography, February 2009
Bill Moran, Typographer, on his Practice and Historical Font Revival, March 2011
Blaine Brownell, Architect, on Sustainable Architecture and the Fukushima nuclear disaster, April 2011
Brad Garton, Composer, on Models of Society, February 2007
Brad Hokanson, Professor of Design, on Creativity, December 2009
Brenda Kayzar, Urban Geographer, Jan. 2016
Brett Walker, Professor of History and Philosophy, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Brian Kelley, Artist, on his Paintings, February 2013
Brian Quiring, Organic Farmer, on his Practice, July 2012
Bron Taylor, Scholar of Dark Green Religion, Apr. 2015
Bruce Cutler, Poet, on Journalistic Subjectivity and the American 19th Century, 1996
Bruce Glymour, Philosopher of Biology, Mar. 2016
Bruno Seiser, Beef Producer, Oct. 2014
Burnham Terrell, Philosopher, on Moral Clarity, 2004
Burnham Terrell, Philosopher, on Moral Clarity, 2004
Caly McMorrow, Sound Artist, on her Practice, February 2009
Candy Simmons, Producer & Actor, on Solo Performance, Aug. 2013
Carey Bagdassarian and Elizabeth Mead, Sculptor and Chemist, on Emergent Properties, February 2013
Caridad Svich, Playwright, on her Work, April 2013
Carla Nappi, Professor of History, on Old Chinese Dictionaries, December 2012