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Contains correspondence, photographs, ephemera, and printed material related to the advancement of African American civil rights in the United States.
Artificially created collection containing non-printed items related to African American history and culture.
Artificially created collection of photographs and photograph albums of African American individuals, including a number of portraits taken by Carl Van Vechten and African American photographers such as Addison Scurlock.
Collection of sheet music related to African American history and culture. The majority of items in the collection were performed, composed, or published by African Americans.
Artificially-created collection containing single items related to African American participation in sports, including photographs, printed ephemera from sporting events, posters, and broadsides.
Consists of roughly 3,000 individual postcards depicting early twentieth century Christian missionary activities in Africa.
Contains the records of the African Orthodox Church as well as the personal papers of Archbishop Daniel William Alexander.
Papers of Agnes Cochran Bramblett, Georgia's first female poet laureate including correspondence, photographs, drafts of poems and other writings, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks.
Records of AID Atlanta, an organization providing educational and support services to people suffering from HIV and AIDS, including memoranda, reports, fundraising, awards, memorabilia, photographs, video recordings, and printed material.
Records of Atlanta, Georgia, HIV/AIDS service organization AIDS Survival Project, including financial records, development records, peer counseling program records, and program and advocacy records.
Records of the Emory University Air Force ROTC include scrapbooks, unit histories, and other collected materials. Some materials relate to Emory student protests against the Vietnam War.
Papers of poet Alan Dugan, including correspondence, personal and professional papers, writings, printed material, photographs, and audiovisual material documenting his career as a writer and educator.
Contains one letter written by Alban Butler from Saint-Omer, France.
Papers of author Albert B. Braselton, including correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts of two of Braselton's works, "The Ghost Canoe" and "The Wounded Lion at Litchfield."
Family papers of Atlanta businessman Albert Danner Thomson, including correspondence, travel diaries, a photograph album, photographs, memorabilia, and collected material.
Microfilm copy of the papers of Albert Fields, a Confederate soldier and slave owner from Texas and Georgia.
Microfilm copy of correspondence between Union soldier Albert L. Slack, member of 121st Ohio Infantry Regiment, and his family during the Civil War.
Contains one signed letter addressed to Julius Plug.
Albertus Dei et Apostolice Sedis gratia Maguntinen[sis] [sic] et Magdeburgen[sis] Archiepiscop[us] ac Halberstaten[sis] ecclesiar[m] Administrator, Germanie Primas ... Indulgence
Indulgence for priests and other clergy issued at the instance of Johann Tetzel to support the rebuilding of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Consists of seven woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer.
Consists of printed material related to Emory-at-Oxford from 1948-1961.
Papers of Georgia politician Alexander Hamilton Stephens and his nephew John A. Stephens including correspondence, legal papers, miscellaneous materials, and microfilm copies of the Alexander Stephens papers at the Library of Congress (formerly at Manhattanville College) and Duke University.
Papers of Alexander Means, Methodist clergyman, inventor, and poet, including correspondence, poems, reviews, diaries, biographies, clippings, and other memorabilia relating to Means' life and career.
Microfilm copy of the papers of Alexander Miller Ayers of Ohio mainly relating to his Civil War service in the 125th Illinois Infantry Regiment.
Microfilm copy of the diary of Iowa schoolteacher and Union soldier Alfred A. Rigby, who served in the 24th Iowa Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.
Papers of physician, author, and sculptor Alfred Abraham Weinstein, including correspondence, clippings, photographs, awards, scrapbooks, galley proofs, articles, audiotapes, phonograph records.
The papers of Alfred E. Wilhelmi consist of material related to his tenure as a professor of biochemistry from 1950 to 1979 and includes correspondence, research, professional activities, teaching materials, and laboratory notebooks.
Consists of sermons preached by Alfred H. Coons along with Coons’s personal diary from 1883, the New York Conference Book of Minutes from 1889, and a biography written by his son Paul W. Coons.
Papers of foreign service officer Alfred le Sesne Jenkins including correspondence, family and legal papers, writings, speeches and interviews, printed material, and audio-visual materials.
Microfilm copy of the letters of Massachusetts Union soldier Alfred Milo Brigham, who served first in the 39th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and then in the 4th Regiment Infantry, U. S. Colored Troops during the Civil War.
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