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Collection of Bill Crawford, including material related to his personal life and political activities, as well as material that had formed the inventory of New World Book Fair, the leftist bookstore that he owned and operated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Photographs and printed material relating to African American artist Bill Howell.
Collection of materials relating to the personal life and career of African American blues singer Billie Holiday, her husband Louis McKay, and her estate.
Papers of American photographer Billy Howard, including photographs, press clippings, correspondence, subject files, negatives, and audiovisual material primarily related to Howard's project, Epitaphs of the Living.
Papers of Billy White, an African American performer, singer, and orchestra leader in Chicago and Kansas City, from 1931-1949.
Consists of clippings, correspondence, sermons, and papers from throughout the life and work of Bishop Ainsworth.
Records of Black Fire Music, an African American record publishing company, including album covers, photographs, and printed material.
Records of Black Masks magazine including photographs, early administrative records, printed material, scripts, posters, research files, and audiovisual material.
Collection of printed materials relating to and produced by the Black Panther Party including fliers, newsletters, and press releases.
Artificially-created collection of printed material related to African American religion, fraternities and sororities, organizations, education, businees, and arts and entertainment. Materials include yearbooks, programs, handbooks, advertisements, catalogs, and pamphlets.
Collection of materials relating to the Black Sparrow Press including author files, correspondence, printed material, and publication records.
Microfilm copy of the reminiscences of Blake Goodrich regarding his service in the 7th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.
Collection of materials documenting the Atlanta, Georgia, arts cooperative Blue Rat Gallery including administrative records, artwork, audiovisual material, photographs and scrapbooks, and promotional material.
Contains meeting materials and minutes, by-laws, and memoranda related to the Oxford College Board of Counselors.
Papers relating to lawyer and golfer, Bobby Jones, including manuscripts, audiotapes, motion pictures, and photographs.
Collection of materials relating to Georgia golfer Bobby Jones, including photographs, newspapers, magazines, scrapbooks, correspondence, memorabilia, and audiovisual and born digital material.
Papers of Atlanta civic leader Boisfeuillet Jones include correspondence, awards, personal and professional papers, and printed materials.
Letters of the Benjamin F. Bomar family of Atlanta, Georgia, which document Atlanta history, particularly social history, during the Civil War and the lives of "refugees" from Atlanta during the war.
Papers consist primarily of correspondence and clippings related to Dr. Bonnie Strickland's term as Dean of Women at Emory University in the late 1960s when she gained national attention as the youngest dean of women in the United States.
Consist primarily of the records of African American Masonic organizations in California collected by Booker T. Brooks.
Artificial collection of bookplates collected by Emory University Library Special Collections (now Rose Library).
Consists of correspondence and photograph postcards from the Booth Family.
Contains correspondence, photographs, church and local history material, and other files related to the Branham family of Oxford, Georgia.
Four letters written to Confederatate General Braxton Bragg from 1861-1864.
Collection of material relating to Irish poet Brian Coffey including two scrapbooks, manuscript drafts, and related artwork.
Collection of materials related to Irish writer and playwright Brian Friel, including newspaper clippings, theater programs, promotional posters, photographs, and a typescript.
Collection of Brian Lassiter, including printed material, photographs, slides, and audiovisual material documenting African Americans in sports and the arts, as well as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and hip-hop music in Atlanta, Georgia.
Consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, bulletins, newsletters, records, photographs, and scrapbooks related to Briarcliff United Methodist Church (Atlanta, Ga.).
Papers of international African American cabaret performer and nightclub owner Ada Beatrice "Bricktop" Smith.
Papers of author and artist Brion Gysin, including correspondence, sketchbooks, watercolor drawings, printed material, journals, and photographs.
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- Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library 1371
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- Emory University Archives 234
- Woodruff Health Sciences Library Historical Collections 57
- Emory Law Archives 53
- Oxford College Archives 38 + ∧ less
- Photographs. 524
- Atlanta (Ga.) 203
- Sound recordings. 196
- Manuscripts. 183
- Scrapbooks. 155
- Soldier. 154
- Correspondence. 128
- Video recordings. 127
- Author. 118
- Clergy. 95
- Diaries. 94
- Poems. 81
- Born digital. 78
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- Educator. 69
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- Georgia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. 52
- American literature--20th century. 51
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- English 2212
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- Italian 13
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- Emory College. 11
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- Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-2000 1
- Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1
- Emory and Henry College. 1
- James S. Jaffe Rare Books 1
- Marshall, Mary, Dr., 1945- 1
- Martin, Edwin T. (Edwin Thomas). 1
- National Conference on Soviet Jewry (U.S.) 1
- New York (State). Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities 1
- Princeton Way Neighborhood Association (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Thomas, James S., Bishop, 1919-2010 1
- United Nations. European Office 1
- United Nations. Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities 1
- United States. President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research 1 + ∧ less