Race and Segregation Collection

Creator

Hackford, Heidi

Identifier

MS100011

Description

Collection of articles and documents copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration on the topic of African Americans and racism during the years of the Wilson administration, including Jim Crow laws and workplace segregation, in several federal agencies.

Source

US National Archives and Records Administration
Library of Congress
US Department of Justice
US Department of Agriculture

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Subject

African-Americans--Segregation

Contributor

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Format

pdf files

Language

English

Items in the Race and Segregation Collection Collection

National Negro Democratic League to Woodrow Wilson
Praise of Wilson’s Innagural Address; thanks for granting meeting.

Frederick Douglass Center
Pamphlet about Frederick Douglass Center’s social justice work.

William Harrison, et. al. to Woodrow Wilson
Protest against segregation

Rev. Simon P. W.  Drew to Woodrow Wilson
Thanks Wilson for using his influence in favor of African Americans & asks for continued favor.

Maurice W. Spencer to Woodrow Wilson
Includes Emery T. Morris memorial.

James N. Kuks to Woodrow Wilson
Support for Emery T. Morris memorial.

Boston Branch of the National Equal Rights Leage to Woodrow Wilson
Memorial by Emery T. Morris, et. al., (including W. M. Trotter) for equal rights

Joseph Patrick Tumulty to Hon. George Holden Tinkham
Memorial by Emery T. Morris, et. al., (including W. M. Trotter) for equal rights

Hon. James A. Martine to Joseph Patrick Tumulty
Request that president be informed of Col. Hart’s segregation order.

John P. Herrmann to Joseph Patrick Tumulty; St. Louis Labor
Protest at Democratic City Central Committee not opposing segregation in St. Louis.

Katheryn M. Johnson (NAACP) to Joseph Patrick Tumulty
Protest at Democratic City Central Committee not opposing segregation in St. Louis.

John P. Herrmann to Joseph Patrick Tumulty
Protest at Democratic City Central Committee not opposing segregation in St. Louis.