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Papers of Austrian author Alfred Perlès, including correspondence and writings.
Papers of Georgia playwright and screenwriter Alfred Uhry including scripts and other writings, personal papers, printed material, audiovisual material, and born digital material.
Papers of texile worker and soldier Alfred Wolf, including his autobiography and an undated photograph.
Papers of African American journalist and author, Alice Allison Dunnigan from 1958-1981, including correspondence, financial records, photographs, printed material, subject files, and writings by Dunnigan.
Correspondence of Alice M. Stiles, a teacher with the American Missionary Association.
Papers of Alice Roberta Parks Ellison mostly documenting her participation in African American social and religious organizations in Atlanta, Georgia.
Papers of Alice Walker, an African American poet, novelist, and activist, including correspondence, manuscript and typescript writings, writings by other authors, subject files, printed material, publishing files and appearance files, audiovisual materials, photographs, scrapbooks, personal files journals, and born digital materials.
Correspondence from chemical engineer Allan Berne-Allen to his wife, Helen, documenting his 1946 trip to Japan at the beginning of the United State's occupation, as part of the Economic and Scientific Section (ESS) of the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, General Headquarters (GHQ/SCAP), whose mission it was to inspect scientific institutions and industrial sites for possible reclamation.
Journals and photographs taken by Atlanta, Georgia, photographer Alli Royce Soble documenting the city's lesbian and arts communities.
Papers of African American journalist, newspaper publisher, and civil rights activist Almena Lomax including personal papers, writings, printed material, and born digital material.
The Nu Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was chartered at Emory University on April 14, 1979. The records consist of newsletters, photographs, and scrapbooks created by the Nu Alpha Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
The Alpha Theta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1881 at Emory College and moved to Emory University's Atlanta campus in 1919. The records include minutes, scrapbooks, and materials from chapter anniversary observances.
Papers of Methodist bishop and Baltimore author Alpheus Waters Wilson, his wife, and his father including correspondence and diaries.
Contains an undated draft of Alphonse Chapeau’s dissertation and a draft of a rewritten introduction.
Personal papers of Althea Brown Edmiston, an African American missionary to Africa, including missionary materials, Sunday School materials printed in Africa, hymnals, and other printed material.
Papers of African American artist and professor Amalia K. Amaki, including correspondence, teaching files, printed material, photographs, slides, and audiovisual material.
Consists of three pages of devotional exercises handwritten in ink on paper.
Research collection of Morris Burns Stanley concerning the America First Committee.
Contains records and administrative files of the American Academy of Religion.
Consists of the minutes and records of the American Academy of Religion, Southeastern Region, from 1949-1975.
Contains the records of the Board of Governors, records and correspondence of the Executive Director, and other administrative files for the American Association of Pastoral Counselors.
Collection includes meeting minutes, financial documents, files related to academic freedom infringement cases presented to the American Association of University Professors, and other records of the Emory University chapter of the American Association of University Professors.
Interviews with employees of the American Cast Iron Pipe Company from 1987-1988.
Artificial collection composed of items documenting American history and politics.
Contains a collection of documents describing organizations from the United States to provide aid in East Asia following WWII.
Video recordings of the American Music Show, an Atlanta, Georgia, public access television program that ran from 1981-2005.
The Americana (Brazil) Oral History Project collection includes transcripts of interviews, audiocassette and reel-to-reel recordings of interviews, photographs and slides, genealogical charts, clippings, printed material, and collected material relating to the ancestors of Confederate exiles in Americana, Brazil.
Collection consists of printed materials including newspapers, fliers, and serials relating to topics of anarchy and the work of communist groups.
Artifically created collection of ancient, medieval, and Renaissance eastern and western manuscripts.
Papers of Georgia dentist, educator, and poet Anderson M. Scruggs including correspondence, poetry, and other miscellaneous materials.
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