157 items found
Tags: segregation
Title Identifier Creator To Date Numeric Type Subject
Charles N. Anderson to Joseph P. TumultyCS90Anderson, Charles N.Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 December 2219141222TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS90
Creator:Anderson, Charles N.
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 December 22
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter from Anderson to Tumulty describing his successful attempt to call off a meeting with Mr. Trotter and saying that his job may be threatened as a result.
IA Ashe to Woodrow WilsonCS16Ashe, I. A.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS16
Creator:Ashe, I. A.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter writer calls Wilson’s treatment of African-Americans better than Lincoln’s.
Memorandum for the DirectorSE042813Ball, Anan E.Ralph, Joseph E., (1863–1922)1913 April 2819130428TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE042813
Creator:Ball, Anan E.
To:Ralph, Joseph E., (1863–1922)
Date:1913 April 28
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter from AE Ball from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to JE Ralph listing three employees who violated the segregation policy in the Bureau.
AD Bell to Woodrow WilsonCS18Bell, A. D.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS18
Creator:Bell, A. D.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter on Texas & Pacific Railway Company letterhead commending Wilson for his response to the Trotter incident.
EL Blackshear to a ColleagueA032319Blackshear, Edward L. (Edward Levoisier)1919 March 2319190323TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A032319
Creator:Blackshear, Edward L. (Edward Levoisier)
Date:1919 March 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Blackshear feels African American government workers should not give personal religious, political, or racial opinions in official capacity.
Emery T. Morris, et al. to Woodrow WilsonCS97ABoston Branch of the National Equal Rights LeagueWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241917 April 2019170420TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS97A
Creator:Boston Branch of the National Equal Rights League
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1917 April 20
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Memorial by Emery T. Morris, et. al., (including W. M. Trotter) for equal rights and an end to racial discrimination.
The Submerged NegroesCS67Boston Transcript Company
Hartford courant
1914 November 1619141116TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS67
Creator:Boston Transcript Company
Hartford courant
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article questions President Wilson's sincerity on issues of race.
PJ Bryant, et. al. to Attorney General Thomas W. GregoryL030518Bryant, P. J.1918 March 519180305TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:L030518
Creator:Bryant, P. J.
Date:1918 March 5
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Writing to the Attorney General of the U.S. asking that he help stop lynching in the U.S.
Andrew S. Burt to Oswald Garrison VillardWWP17872Burt, Andrew S.Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-19491913 July 1619130716TextWilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Identifier:WWP17872
Creator:Burt, Andrew S.
To:Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
Date:1913 July 16
Subject:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Description:Andrew S. Burt writes to Oswald Garrison Villard about segregation in the Treasury Department.
William A. Cheek to Woodrow WilsonCS51Cheek, William A.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS51
Creator:Cheek, William A.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter saying that the sentiment of the African Americans in the South is not the same as Trotter's and sending blessings for Wilson's continued success.
John S. Collins to Dr. PrattSC031115Collins, John S. , Acting Chief Clerk1915 March 1119150311TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SC031115
Creator:Collins, John S. , Acting Chief Clerk
Date:1915 March 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Regarding segregation of African American clerks at the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
JC Cunningham to Joseph P. TumultyCS15Cunningham, J. C.Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS15
Creator:Cunningham, J. C.
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Black supporter claims that William Trotter had political motivations.
Dr. J Dennis et. al. to Woodrow WilsonCS03Dennis, J.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 February 2319140223TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS03
Creator:Dennis, J.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 February 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter from the Grievance Committee of the New Mexico Protection Association protesting the segregation of African-American employees in the federal government.
Thomas Dixon Jr. to Woodrow WilsonWWP17898Dixon, Thomas, Jr., 1864-1946Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241913 July 2719130727TextWilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Racism
Identifier:WWP17898
Creator:Dixon, Thomas, Jr., 1864-1946
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1913 July 27
Subject:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Racism
Rev. Simon PW Drew to Woodrow WilsonCS101Drew, Simon PWWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241918 January 1519180115TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
United States. Armed Forces--African Americans
Identifier:CS101
Creator:Drew, Simon PW
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1918 January 15
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
United States. Armed Forces--African Americans
Description:Thanks Wilson for using his influence in favor of African Americans, invites the President to celebrations of Lincoln's and Washington's birthdays, and includes other requests.
Max Eastman to Woodrow WilsonLN31418Eastman, Max, 1883-19691918 March 919180309TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:LN31418
Creator:Eastman, Max, 1883-1969
Date:1918 March 9
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Requesting that the President use the force of moral opinion to help stop lynching.
Jonathan P. Edmundson to Woodrow WilsonCS84Edmundson, John P.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 December 619141206TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS84
Creator:Edmundson, John P.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 December 6
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter about the Trotter incident suggesting that the President not offer an explanation for white antipathy toward African Americans.
Remarks of Sen. Borah Re: Trotter MeetingCS20Elliot, Henry W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS20
Creator:Elliot, Henry W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Nellie May B. Fields to Woodrow WilsonCS52Fields, Nellie May B.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924c. 191419149999TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS52
Creator:Fields, Nellie May B.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:c. 1914
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Writer believes Wilson had a right to be displeased, presumably by Trotter's conduct.
James A. Gallivan to Woodrow WilsonCS10Gallivan, James A.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1119141111TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS10
Creator:Gallivan, James A.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 11
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to Woodrow Wilson from Congressman James A. Gallivan urging abolition of segregation in the federal government so that the reputation for justice and equality in the Democratic party may be maintained.
William Monroe Trotter Meeting with Wilson Re: Segregation in Treasury DepartmentCS08Gallivan, James A.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 October 1919141019TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS08
Creator:Gallivan, James A.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 October 19
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Notes about letter from William Monroe Trotter sent by Rep. James A. Gallivan.
James Garfield to Woodrow WilsonCS60Garfield, JamesWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1719141117TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS60
Creator:Garfield, James
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:African American letter writer criticizes Trotter.
DL Gore to Woodrow WilsonTI00129Gore, D. L. (Daniel Lenox), 1847-1918 May 2319180523TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00129
Creator:Gore, D. L. (Daniel Lenox), 1847-
Date:1918 May 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Wholesale grocer in N.C. requests the President's assistance regarding lynching.
Jesse P. Gram to Woodrow WilsonCS61Gram, Jesse P.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1719141117TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS61
Creator:Gram, Jesse P.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Republican member of the public praises President Wilson's stance on segregation.
Kate St. Clair Vance Greenleaf to Woodrow WilsonCS19Greenleaf, Kate St. Clair VanceWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS19
Creator:Greenleaf, Kate St. Clair Vance
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Member of the public describes outrage at behavior of William Trotter.
Archibald H. Grimke to David F. HoustonA022516Grimké, Archibald Henry, 1849-19301916 February 2519160225TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A022516
Creator:Grimké, Archibald Henry, 1849-1930
Date:1916 February 25
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Regarding City Central Committee of the Democratic Party of St. Louis failing to vote against segregation.
Resolution, District of Columbia Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleTI00153Grimké, Archibald Henry, 1849-19301919 March 1319190313TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00153
Creator:Grimké, Archibald Henry, 1849-1930
Date:1919 March 13
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Resolution requesting that acts of racial discrimination in federal bureaus and offices be discontinued.
Byron Gunner to Woodrow WilsonCS92Gunner, ByronWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 December 2919141229TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS92
Creator:Gunner, Byron
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 December 29
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
George H. Gutterson to Woodrow WilsonCS68Gutterson, George H.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1819141118TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS68
Creator:Gutterson, George H.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 18
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter from the district secretary of the American Missionary Association saying that the issue of segregation cannot be sidestepped any more than the issue of slavery could have been in the nineteenth century.
Commending Wilson’s Treatment of TrotterCS21Hale, Annie RileyWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS21
Creator:Hale, Annie Riley
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to Wilson congratulating him on his "wise, dignified, and fearless rejoinder" to Trotter.
Thanksgiving Hymn Dedicated to Woodrow Wilson in Apology for TrotterCS77Hargrave, Samuel JacksonWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2419141124TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS77
Creator:Hargrave, Samuel Jackson
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 24
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Samuel Jackson Hargrave writes to Wilson in the wake of the Trotter incident saying that tens of thousands of African American voters are ready to vote for him again, and sends a Thanksgiving hymn he's written and dedicated to the President.
J. Silas Harris to Joseph P. TumultyCS88Harris, J. SilasTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 December 1219141212TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS88
Creator:Harris, J. Silas
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 December 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter sharing an editorial critical of William Trotter.
William Harrison et al. to Woodrow WilsonCS102Harrison, WilliamWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241918 October 119181001TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS102
Creator:Harrison, William
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1918 October 1
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Protest against segregation.
Joseph W. Henderson to Woodrow WilsonCS83Henderson, Joseph W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 December 119141201TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS83
Creator:Henderson, Joseph W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 December 1
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Joseph W. Henderson, editor of the New England Torchlight writes to Woodrow Wilson disagreeing with Wilson's stance in favor of segregation in the government departments.
John P. Herrmann to Joseph P. TumultyCS93Herrmann, John P.Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1916 February 2419160224TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS93
Creator:Herrmann, John P.
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1916 February 24
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Protesting Democratic City Central Committee not opposing segregation in St. Louis.
John P. Herrmann to Joseph P. TumultyCS95Herrmann, John P.Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1916 March 1019160310TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS95
Creator:Herrmann, John P.
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1916 March 10
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Regarding Democratic City Central Committee not opposing segregation in St. Louis.
Segregated PreparednessCS95AHerrmann, John P.No date99999999TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS95A
Creator:Herrmann, John P.
Date:No date
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to the Editor of St. Louis Labor discussing resolution proposed by the only African American man in attendance, Richard M. Bolden, which was not adopted.
Apology for Trotter & Endorsement of Mr. RS King for Position in Wilson AdministrationCS49Holmes, Victor P.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1519141115TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS49
Creator:Holmes, Victor P.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 15
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Expressing sympathy with Wilson's administration and endorsing Mr. R. S. King for a position in that administration.
Segregation of Clerks and Employees in Civil ServiceCS34House of Representatives1914 March 1119140311TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS34
Creator:House of Representatives
Date:1914 March 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Debate in House of Representatives on the segregation of clerks and employees in the federal bureaus.
David F. Houston to James C. Waters Jr.A022916bHouston, David Franklin, 1866-19401916 March 819160308TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A022916b
Creator:Houston, David Franklin, 1866-1940
Date:1916 March 8
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Acknowledgement of receipt of letter concerning Representative W.P. Borland's remarks on race.
The Trotter IncidentCS85AIndianapolis WorldTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 2119141121TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS85A
Creator:Indianapolis World
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 21
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Kathryn M. Johnson (NAACP) to Joseph P. Tumulty CS94Johnson, Kathryn M. (Kathryn Magnolia), 1878-Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1916 February 2419160224TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS94
Creator:Johnson, Kathryn M. (Kathryn Magnolia), 1878-
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1916 February 24
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Complaining that the City Central Committee of the Democratic Party has not gone on record against plans to segregate African Americans in St. Louis, Mo.
EDW Jones to Woodrow WilsonCS11Jones, E. D. W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS11
Creator:Jones, E. D. W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:AME Zion church pastor apologizes for Trotter, who shouldn't have approached the President at a time when the President was busy with international affairs.
Discrimination in the ArmyRO71416Journal of the Senate1916 July 1419160714TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:RO71416
Creator:Journal of the Senate
Date:1916 July 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Congress receives a memorial from the Western States Negro Republican Conference on race discrimination in the Army.
East St. Louis Riots Investigation PostponedRO12019Journal of the Senate1919 January 2019190120TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:RO12019
Creator:Journal of the Senate
Date:1919 January 20
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Proceedings of the US Senate, 1919 Jan 20 re: indefinite postponement of East St. Louis, Ill. riot investigation.
US Senate Petition for East St. Louis Investigation ReportR050718Journal of the Senate1918 May 719180507TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:R050718
Creator:Journal of the Senate
Date:1918 May 7
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Petition asking that the report of the committee which investigated the riots in East St. Louis be published.
EF Kinkead to Joseph E. RalphSE081113aKinkead, Eugene F. (Eugene Francis), 1876-1960Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-19221913 August 1119130811TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE081113a
Creator:Kinkead, Eugene F. (Eugene Francis), 1876-1960
To:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
Date:1913 August 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:EF Kinkead writes Joseph E. Ralph asking for a copy of an order that implements segregation in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Belle C. LaFollette to JS WilliamsSE072413aLa Follette, Belle Case, 1859-1931Williams, John Skelton, 1865-19261913 July 2219130722TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072413a
Creator:La Follette, Belle Case, 1859-1931
To:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926
Date:1913 July 22
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:B.C. LaFollette writes to the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury asking for the names of the three girls who violated the segregation policy at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Thankful of Wilson’s “Kind Words” to TrotterCS22Landry, PierreWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS22
Creator:Landry, Pierre
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to Wilson congratulating him for his "kind words... to Chairman Trotter."
Mrs. BV Leach to Woodrow WilsonTI00244Leach, Mrs. B. V.1917 December 2619171226TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00244
Creator:Leach, Mrs. B. V.
Date:1917 December 26
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:African American citizens request the president enact a law to stop mob attacks.
FB Lehane, Captain of Watch, to Bureau DirectorT1001024Lehane, F. B.1914 November 1319141113TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:T1001024
Creator:Lehane, F. B.
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Recounting incident in which white men and women objected to African-American men and women eating with them and the African-Americans were moved.
Negro Independent Political Council to Woodrow WilsonCS56Lewis, Theophilus, 1891-1974
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip), 1889-1979
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1619141116TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS56
Creator:Lewis, Theophilus, 1891-1974
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip), 1889-1979
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Two civil rights leaders endorse William Trotter's behavior.
WH Logan, et. al. to Woodrow WilsonLO31418Logan, W. H. 1918 March 1419180314TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:LO31418
Creator:Logan, W. H.
Date:1918 March 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Writing about the African Americans who were shut up in prison without charge in Galveston, Texas.
MM Madden to Woodrow WilsonCS81Madden, M. M.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2719141127TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS81
Creator:Madden, M. M.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 27
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Apologizing for the manner in which WM Trotter addressed the president and describing the plan of the American Colonization Association to create a new Liberia on American soil for African Americans to govern themselves.
Joseph Maille to Woodrow WilsonCS23Maille, JosephWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS23
Creator:Maille, Joseph
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter giving justifications for segregation and saying that African Americans have caused the "degeneration of the White Southern race."
Edward J. Mair to Woodrow WilsonCS26Mair, Edward J.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS26
Creator:Mair, Edward J.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter writer hints at harming Trotter if Wilson sends him to Baton Rouge.
Hon. James A. Martine to Joseph P. TumultyCS96Martine, James A., 1850-1925Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1916 August 1719160817TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS96
Creator:Martine, James A., 1850-1925
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1916 August 17
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Request that president be informed of Col. Hart’s segregation order.
RS Matthews to Woodrow WilsonCS27Matthews, RSWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS27
Creator:Matthews, RS
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter writer supports Wilson's rebuke of Trotter.
Irving K. Merchant to Woodrow WilsonCS28Merchant, Irving K.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS28
Creator:Merchant, Irving K.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Writer apologizes for Trotter’s conduct and says the races need to understand each other better.
William C. Godden to Woodrow WilsonCS79Methodist Episcopal Preachers Meeting of Chicago, ILWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2519141125TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS79
Creator:Methodist Episcopal Preachers Meeting of Chicago, IL
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 25
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Sending resolutions made by the Methodist Episcopal Preachers' Meeting regretting Woodrow Wilson's backing of separation of the races in government employment.
Resolution Protesting SegregationCS78Methodist Minister’s Alliance of Kansas City, MOWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2419141124TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS78
Creator:Methodist Minister’s Alliance of Kansas City, MO
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 24
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Resolution adopted by the Methodist Ministers Alliance of Kansas City, Missouri, against segregation and discrimination.
Rose Miller to Joseph RalphSE071913aMiller, RoseRalph, Joseph E., 1863-19221913 July 1919130719TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE071913a
Creator:Miller, Rose
To:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
Date:1913 July 19
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Rose Miller, an employee in the Wetting Division of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, writes to the Director of the Bureau saying it would be "less humiliating to have a white man in charge."
LC Moore, National Negro Democratic League to Joseph P. TumultyCS106Moore, L. C.Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1913 March 1119130311TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS106
Creator:Moore, L. C.
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1913 March 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Request for a meeting between the President and a committee of the National Negro Democratic League.
RR Moton to Woodrow WilsonCS55Moton, Robert RussaWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS55
Creator:Moton, Robert Russa
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Director of the Hampton Institute writes to President Wilson to apologize for William Trotter.
RB Robinson to Woodrow WilsonCS12National Co-Operative Association of AmericaWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1219141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS12
Creator:National Co-Operative Association of America
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter on letterhead of The National Co-Operative Association of America saying that the writer is glad Woodrow Wilson reprimanded Trotter and informing him of a national congress to be held in Jersey City, NJ in September, 1915.
May Childs Nerney to JE RalphSE072613aNerney, May ChildsRalph, Joseph E., 1863-19221913 July 2619130726TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072613a
Creator:Nerney, May Childs
To:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
Date:1913 July 26
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:May Childs Nerney of the NAACP to JE Ralph asking his opinion on the policy of segregation in the federal government.
Cyrus Northrop et al. to Woodrow WilsonCS05Northrop, Cyrus, 1834-1922Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 March 919140309TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS05
Creator:Northrop, Cyrus, 1834-1922
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 March 9
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Urging President Wilson to preserve the unity of the country and prevent the rekindling of sectional feeling by standing against segregation in Washington, D.C..
Thomas E. Nunn to Woodrow WilsonCS38Nunn, Thomas E.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS38
Creator:Nunn, Thomas E.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
A. E. Patterson to Joseph P. TumultyCS71Patterson, AEWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1819141118TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS71
Creator:Patterson, AE
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 18
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter expressing regret that "W.M. Trotter and his Committee proved to be unqualified for the mission they sought to perform."
Rufus Lewis Perry to Woodrow WilsonCS62Perry, Rufus LewisWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1719141117TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS62
Creator:Perry, Rufus Lewis
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to President Wilson apologizing for William Trotter's behavior.
Andrew J. Peters to Joseph P. Tumulty
Andrew J. Peters to James [sic] P. Tumulty
CS04a-bPeters, Andrew James, 1872-1938
Allen, Frederick B., 1840-1925
Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-19541914 February 2819140228TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Andrew J. Peters to Joseph P. Tumulty
Andrew J. Peters to James [sic] P. Tumulty
Identifier:CS04a-b
Creator:Peters, Andrew James, 1872-1938
Allen, Frederick B., 1840-1925
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-1954
Date:1914 February 28
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Petition from Rev. Frederick B. Allen et al. against segregation in the federal government, forwarded by Andrew J. Peters.
Charles L. Petrikin to Woodrow WilsonCS63Petrikin, Charles L.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1719141117TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS63
Creator:Petrikin, Charles L.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter applauding Wilson for the way he responded to Trotter and suggesting that African Americans are "indebted to the United States and the institution of slavery."
JE Ralph to Charles S. HamlinSE030714Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Hamlin, Charles S. (Charles Sumner), 1861-19381914 March 719140307TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE030714
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Hamlin, Charles S. (Charles Sumner), 1861-1938
Date:1914 March 7
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Ralph informs the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury that due to a shortage of toilet and dressing room facilities in the new building the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is moving into, African-American and white employees will need to share the facilities. [show more]
JE Ralph to Charlotte Everett HopkinsSE072913Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Hopkins, Charlotte Everett1913 July 2919130729TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072913
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Hopkins, Charlotte Everett
Date:1913 July 29
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph asks Mrs. Hopkins to give her views on segregation in the Bureau to Miss Nerney of the NAACP.
JE Ralph to Eugene F. KinkeadSE081113bRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Kinkead, Eugene F. (Eugene Francis), 1876-19601913 August 1419130814TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE081113b
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Kinkead, Eugene F. (Eugene Francis), 1876-1960
Date:1913 August 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph writes to Kinkead saying he cannot furnish him with a copy of the segregation order because no formal order has been issued.
JE Ralph to John Skelton WilliamsSE071913cRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Williams, John Skelton, 1865-19261913 July 2319130723TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE071913c
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926
Date:1913 July 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph writes to Assistant Secretary of the Treasury informing him of the situation regarding the objection to a African American supervisor in the Wetting Division of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
JE Ralph to May Childs NerneySE072613bRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Nerney, May Childs1913 July 2919130729TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072613b
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Nerney, May Childs
Date:1913 July 29
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph shares his views on segregation in the Bureau.
JE Ralph to Rose MillerSE071913bRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Miller, Rose1913 July 2319130723TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE071913b
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Miller, Rose
Date:1913 July 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph's reply to Rose Miller's objections to having a black supervisor, informing her that he has named a white man to the position.
JE Ralph to William G. McAdooSE120613Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922McAdoo, W. G. (William Gibbs), 1863-19411913 December 619131206TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE120613
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:McAdoo, W. G. (William Gibbs), 1863-1941
Date:1913 December 6
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Joseph E. Ralph justifies the dismissal of an African-American employee following a violation of segregation.
JE Ralph, Director to Belle C. LaFolletteSE072413cRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922La Follette, Belle Case, 1859-19311913 July 2419130724TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072413c
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:La Follette, Belle Case, 1859-1931
Date:1913 July 24
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph to Belle C. LaFollette providing the names of the three girls who violated the segregation policy at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Memorandum for Assistant Secretary Williams T100110BRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926.1913 April 419130404TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:T100110B
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926.
Date:1913 April 4
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:John Skelton Williams asks Joseph E. Ralph why different races were "working together side by side" in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Memorandum for Assistant Secretary WilliamsSE071213Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Williams, John Skelton, 1865-19261913 July 1219130712TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE071213
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926
Date:1913 July 12
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Memorandum for Assistant Secretary Williams regarding segregation at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Memorandum to Assistant Secretary of the Treasury from JE RalphSE072413dRalph, Joseph E., 1863-1922Williams, John Skelton, 1865-19261913 July 2419130724TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072413d
Creator:Ralph, Joseph E., 1863-1922
To:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926
Date:1913 July 24
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JE Ralph notifies the Assistant Secretary that he has sent the names of the three girls who violated the segregation policy at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to Belle C. LaFollette.
US Senate Bill Regulating the Method of Keeping Mortality Statistics by the Census Bureau, and Providing for Tabulating and Rating Separately White and Colored People
CB050214Ransdell, Joseph E. (Joseph Eugene), 1858-19541914 May 219140502TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CB050214
Creator:Ransdell, Joseph E. (Joseph Eugene), 1858-1954
Date:1914 May 2
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Senate bill regarding segregated census statistics.
William C. Redfied to the Republican ClubSC123013bRedfield, William Cox, 1858-1932Republican Club of the City of New York1914 January 319140103Text
Identifier:SC123013b
Creator:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
To:Republican Club of the City of New York
Date:1914 January 3
Description:Reply to the Republican Club regarding segregation in government department offices.
William C. Redfield to Chief, Division of PublicationsTI00243cRedfield, William Cox, 1858-19321915 June 1419150514TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00243c
Creator:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
Date:1915 June 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Discussing the capitalization of "N" in "Negro" in the publications of the Commerce Department.
William C. Redfield to John E. BruceTI00243aRedfield, William Cox, 1858-19321915 May 1019150510TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00243a
Creator:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
Date:1915 May 10
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Assuring Bruce that the Department of Commerce desires to deal fairly with African Americans.
William C. Redfield to WM TrotterSC111313b-cRedfield, William Cox, 1858-1932Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-19341913 November 1519131115TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SC111313b-c
Creator:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
To:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
Date:1913 November 15
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Secretary Redfield denies that a segregation policy has been instituted in the Bureau of Domestic and Foreign Commerce.
William A. Reid to Woodrow WilsonCS75Reid, William A. (William Alfred)Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2019141120TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS75
Creator:Reid, William A. (William Alfred)
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 20
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Thoughtful letter disagreeing with Trotter's methods and trusting that the "episode in question will not be allowed to lessen your sympathy."
The Republican Club of the City of New York to William C. RedfieldSC123013aRepublican Club of the City of New YorkRedfield, William Cox, 1858-19321913 December 3019131230TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SC123013a
Creator:Republican Club of the City of New York
To:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
Date:1913 December 30
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:The Republican Club writes to urge an end to race prejudice and the segregation of African Americans in government department offices.
Thomas P. Riley to Joseph P. TumultyCS02Riley, Thomas P., 1876-Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-19541914 January 819140108TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS02
Creator:Riley, Thomas P., 1876-
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-1954
Date:1914 January 8
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Meeting regarding segregation of federal offices.
SM Rittenhouse to Woodrrow WilsonCS39Rittenhouse, SMWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS39
Creator:Rittenhouse, SM
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter regarding the Trotter incident and the custom of appointing an African American to the office of Recorder of Deeds in the District of Columbia.
GW Romer to Woodrow WilsonCS57Romer, G. W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS57
Creator:Romer, G. W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Member of the public praises Wilson's stance on segregation.
Julius Rosenwald to Woodrow WilsonCS42Rosenwald, JuliusWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS42
Creator:Rosenwald, Julius
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter recounting an experience Rosenwald had with William M. Trotter, who said Rosenwald was inducing segregation in his attempts to build YMCAs for African Americans.
James A. Ross to Woodrow WilsonCS13Ross, Joseph A.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS13
Creator:Ross, Joseph A.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Ross trusts that the Trotter incident will not affect the "standing of the calm members of my race."
JNL Roundtree to Woodrow WilsonCS43Roundtree, JNLWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS43
Creator:Roundtree, JNL
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Roundtree writes the President to assure him that "the country don't approve of Mr. Trotters' insult to you."
Poems by the Century Poet—Acclamations for DeclamationCS103Sampson, E.c. 191419149999TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS103
Creator:Sampson, E.
Date:c. 1914
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Debate of the Trotter Incident in verse.
John P. Scott to Woodrow WilsonCS82Scott, John P.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 3019141130TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS82
Creator:Scott, John P.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 30
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Asking President Wilson to act against segregation in the government departments.
Colin M. Selph to Joseph P. TumultyCS58Selph, Colin M.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1819141118TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS58
Creator:Selph, Colin M.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 18
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Postmaster from St. Louis sends along a clipping from an American German newspaper and praises President Wilson's views on segregation.
William A. Sinclair to Woodrow WilsonCS17Sinclair, William A. (William Albert)Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1119141111TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS17
Creator:Sinclair, William A. (William Albert)
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to Woodrow Wilson listing reasons why segregation of government employees should be abolished.
Grant Smith to Director of the CensusTI00243bSmith, Grant1915 May 1019150510TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00243b
Creator:Smith, Grant
Date:1915 May 10
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Asking why the n in "negroes" is lower case.
James S. Smith to Woodrow WilsonCS48Smith, James S.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1019141110TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS48
Creator:Smith, James S.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 10
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Member of the public commends President Wilson's treatment of William Trotter.
Mary Hammond Smith to Woodrow WilsonCS75BSmith, Mary HammondWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2019141120TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS75B
Creator:Smith, Mary Hammond
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 20
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Note introducing clippings from the Los Angeles Daily Times which she is enclosing.
"My White Chile"CS75CSmith, Mary S.Los Angeles Daily Times1914 November 1819141118TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS75C
Creator:Smith, Mary S.
To:Los Angeles Daily Times
Date:1914 November 18
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to the Editor answering the letter of Alma Whitaker regarding the south.
Maurice W. Spencer to Woodrow WilsonCS97CSpencer, Maurice W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241917 October 219171001TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS97C
Creator:Spencer, Maurice W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1917 October 2
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Enclosing copy of address by the National Equal Rights League.
NAACP to Woodrow WilsonCS01Storey, Moorfield, 1845-1929
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
Spingarn, Joel Elias, 1875-1939
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 January 619140106TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS01
Creator:Storey, Moorfield, 1845-1929
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
Spingarn, Joel Elias, 1875-1939
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 January 6
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Moorfield Story et al. request the abolition of racial segregation in the federal departments.
Claude G. Stotts to Woodrow WilsonCS44Stotts, Claude G.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS44
Creator:Stotts, Claude G.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to Woodrow Wilson commending segregation in the federal government and regretting Trotter incident.
Robert H. Terrell to Joseph P. TumultyCS85Terrell, Robert H. (Robert Heberton)Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 December 919141209TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS85
Creator:Terrell, Robert H. (Robert Heberton)
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 December 9
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Terrell encloses a clipping from the Indianapolis World he describes as the "sanest utterance" he's seen on the Trotter incident.
James E. Tharpe to Woodrow WilsonCS45Tharpe, James E.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS45
Creator:Tharpe, James E.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Republican commends Wilson’s treatment of Trotter and says "Republicans of the South believe as you do."
Trotter Not to AppearCS90AThe Amsterdam NewsTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)c. 1914 December19141299TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS90A
Creator:The Amsterdam News
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:c. 1914 December
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article from the Amsterdam News on the decision to cancel a public meeting in New York City with William Monroe Trotter.
Race SegregationCS68AThe Boston TravelerWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS68A
Creator:The Boston Traveler
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
What Is Disloyalty?TI00143The Christian Recorder, R. R. Wright, Jr., Editor and Manager1918 July 1119180711TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00143
Creator:The Christian Recorder, R. R. Wright, Jr., Editor and Manager
Date:1918 July 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article asking if it is disloyal to protest against lynching, segregation, etc. and asking President Wilson to "do some great deed."
Insult Charge Denied: Colored Orators Say Leader Did Not Offend PresidentCS65The Washington Post1914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS65
Creator:The Washington Post
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Article describing African American views on how the meeting went between President Wilson and William Trotter.
The President and SegregationCS31AThe Washington Postc. 1914 November19141199TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS31A
Creator:The Washington Post
Date:c. 1914 November
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
No Jim-Crow GovernmentCS66AThe WorldTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 1319141113TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS66A
Creator:The World
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
William Hannibal Thomas to Joseph P. TumultyCS46Thomas, William HannibalTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS46
Creator:Thomas, William Hannibal
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter "heartily approving of the well deserved rebuke the President administered" during the Trotter incident and hoping he will be free from annoyance in the future.
WM Trotter to Secretary Redfield SC111313aTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934Redfield, William Cox, 1858-19321913 November 1419131114TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SC111313a
Creator:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
To:Redfield, William Cox, 1858-1932
Date:1913 November 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Referring to an article in Boston Record, WM Trotter calls on Secretary Redfield to end segregation in the Bureau of Domestic and Foreign Commerce.
Joseph P. Tumulty to Hon. George Holden TinkhamCS97Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)Tinkham, George Holden, 1879-19561917 May 319170503TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS97
Creator:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
To:Tinkham, George Holden, 1879-1956
Date:1917 May 3
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Thanking Tinkham for bringing the memorial by Emery T. Morris and others.
Joseph P. Tumulty to Mrs. F. C. SmithCS80Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)Smith, Mary Hammond1914 November 2519141125TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS80
Creator:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
To:Smith, Mary Hammond
Date:1914 November 25
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Tumulty acknowledges receipt of letter and say he will bring it to the attention of the President.
Acting Secretary to Judge Edward Osgood BrownA091213cUncertainBrown, Edward Osgood, 1847-19231913 October 1419131014TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A091213c
Creator:Uncertain
To:Brown, Edward Osgood, 1847-1923
Date:1913 October 14
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Acting Secretary to Judge Edward Osgood Brown acknowledging the receipt of his letter and confirming that there is no segregation policy in effect at the Department.
A Poor Widow to Mrs. Woodrow WilsonCS06UnknownWilson, Ellen Axson 1914 March 2019140320TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS06
Creator:Unknown
To:Wilson, Ellen Axson
Date:1914 March 20
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:An anonymous writer complains that African-American women use the same washstands, toilets, and lunch rooms as white women at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Jim Crow at WashingtonCS29Unknownc. 1914 November19141199TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS29
Creator:Unknown
Date:c. 1914 November
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article, "Jim Crow Law at Washington."
Negro Chairman Gets Call Down from PresidentCS24Unknown1914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS24
Creator:Unknown
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Negro Complainants Displease PresidentCS54Unknown1914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS54
Creator:Unknown
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article about the Trotter incident.
Notes by or about Oswald Garrison VillardCS87Unknown1914 December 1119141211TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS87
Creator:Unknown
Date:1914 December 11
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Introducing newspaper clipping
President Rebukes NegroCS40Unknown1914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS40
Creator:Unknown
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Clipping from unidentified newspaper about the Trotter incident.
Race Relations ComplicatedCS37Unknownc. 191419149999TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS37
Creator:Unknown
Date:c. 1914
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper article or editorial on the complexity of race issues in the United States.
Race Segregation at WashingtonCS25Unknownc. 1914 November19141199TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS25
Creator:Unknown
Date:c. 1914 November
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper clipping regarding the Trotter incident at the White House.
Segregation May Be an IssueCS36Unknown1914 November 1519141115TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS36
Creator:Unknown
Date:1914 November 15
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper clipping about segregation in the federal government departments.
Trotter a Detriment to His CauseCS88AUnknownTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)c. 1914 December19141299TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS88A
Creator:Unknown
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:c. 1914 December
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Short editorial about "Negro journals" that once supported Wilson but are now denouncing him.
Wilson and RaceCS33Unknownc. 191419149999TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS33
Creator:Unknown
Date:c. 1914
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Fragment of clipping from unidentified newspaper about segregation in the federal government under Woodrow Wilson.
Wilson Rebukes Negro who “Talks Up” to HimCS20AUnknownWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS20A
Creator:Unknown
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper clipping from the New York Press recounting the Trotter incident.
Boston Negro is Insulting to President; Ordered OutCS105Unknown New Orleans newspaper1914 December 1219141212TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS105
Creator:Unknown New Orleans newspaper
Date:1914 December 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Article describes meeting between William Trotter and President Wilson.
Dan C. Vaughan to Cornelius FordTI00243dVaughan, Dan C.1915 June 1519150615TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00243d
Creator:Vaughan, Dan C.
Date:1915 June 15
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Discussing the capitalization of the word "Negro" in all publications of the Department of Commerce.
Oswald Garrison Villard to Joseph P. TumultyCS66Villard, Oswald GarrisonTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 1719141117TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS66
Creator:Villard, Oswald Garrison
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Prominent newspaper editor protests against segregation.
Oswald Garrison Villard to Joseph P. TumultyCS76Villard, Oswald GarrisonTumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)1914 November 2319141123TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS76
Creator:Villard, Oswald Garrison
To:Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick)
Date:1914 November 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Villard urges Tumulty to end segregation and discrimination by "living up to the spirit of one's oath of office."
Oswald Garrison Villard to Woodrow WilsonWWP17883Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241913 July 2119130721TextWilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Identifier:WWP17883
Creator:Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1913 July 21
Subject:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Description:Oswald Garrison Villard writes to Woodrow Wilson regarding protests about segregation in government offices.
Oswald Garrison Villard to Woodrow WilsonWWP17980Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241913 August 2719130827TextWilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Identifier:WWP17980
Creator:Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1913 August 27
Subject:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Description:Oswald Garrison Villard writes to Woodrow Wilson about the Race Commission.
Equity Congress of Greater New York to Woodrow WilsonCS73Waith, Robert A.
Duncan, S. Augustus
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 2019141120TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS73
Creator:Waith, Robert A.
Duncan, S. Augustus
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 20
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:The Equity Congress of Greater New York expresses their protest of Wilson's support of segregation in the federal government.
Protesting Wilson’s Support for SegregationCS72Walker, Edward L.
Parker, WM
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1919141119TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS72
Creator:Walker, Edward L.
Parker, WM
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 19
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter from the President and Secretary of the Saloonmen's Protective Union No. 1, protesting Wilson's support of segregation in the Federal government.
Memo about Rev. Byron Gunner's desire to meet with Wilson to protest segregationCS09Walsh, David I. (David Ignatius), 1872-19471914 October 2619141026TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS09
Creator:Walsh, David I. (David Ignatius), 1872-1947
Date:1914 October 26
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Governor Walsh asks on behalf of the International Independent Political Equal Rights League that the White House arrange a meeting with Rev. Byron Gunner.
Negroes Jeer Wilson’s NameCS64Washington Herald1914 November 1619141116TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS64
Creator:Washington Herald
Date:1914 November 16
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Colored Delegate Rebuked by WilsonSC111214Washington Times1914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SC111214
Creator:Washington Times
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Newspaper account of President Wilson's harsh words for the delegation of African-American leaders from the National Independence Equal Rights League who met with him to discuss segregation of federal employees.
James C. Waters, Jr. to David F. Houston, Secretary of AgricultureA022916aWaters, James C.1916 February 2919160229TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A022916a
Creator:Waters, James C.
Date:1916 February 29
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Asking if Representative W.P. Borland's remarks on race were justified.
Memorandum: The "Extension of Remarks" A022916cWaters, James C. 1916 February 2919160229TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:A022916c
Creator:Waters, James C.
Date:1916 February 29
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Memorandum: The "Extension of Remarks" inserted in the Congressional Record of Feb. 28, 1916, by Representative W.P. Borland.
J. Crampton Watters to Woodrow WilsonCS14Watters, J. CramptonWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1219141112TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS14
Creator:Watters, J. Crampton
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 12
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Editor of "Southern Stories" praises Wilson's treatment of William Trotter
KW Weathers to Woodrow WilsonCS47Weathers, K.W.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1319141113TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS47
Creator:Weathers, K.W.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 13
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Commending Wilson on his handling of the Trotter incident.
John W. Weeks to Woodrow WilsonCS97BWeeks, John W. (John Wingate), 1860-1926Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241917 May 1719170517TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS97B
Creator:Weeks, John W. (John Wingate), 1860-1926
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1917 May 17
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Calling the President's attention to the memorial of the Boston Branch of the National Equal Rights League.
Negroes in the White House (Editorial)CS59Westliche-Post1914 November 1419141114TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS59
Creator:Westliche-Post
Date:1914 November 14
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Translation of an editorial from a German newspaper of Saint Louis, Missouri, referring to the Trotter incident and condoning segregation in the federal government.
Wilson, Women, NegroesCS75DWhitaker, AlmaLos Angeles Daily Times1914 November 1719141117TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS75D
Creator:Whitaker, Alma
To:Los Angeles Daily Times
Date:1914 November 17
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter to the editor equating Wilson's treatment of Trotter with his treatment of women suffragists.
AB Whitby et. al. (Colored Citizens of the City and State of Oklahoma) to Woodrow WilsonTI00127Whitby, A. B.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241917 December 1819171218TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00127
Creator:Whitby, A. B.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1917 December 18
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Requesting Wilson use his position to help end lynching and other forms of discrimination in the U.S.
Apology for Trotter; Poem Appealing for EqualityCS50Whitney, Salem TuttWilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241914 November 1519141115TextTrotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS50
Creator:Whitney, Salem Tutt
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1914 November 15
Subject:Trotter, William Monroe, 1872-1934
African-Americans--segregation
Description:Letter expressing regret over the Trotter incident and talking about the race problem in the U.S.
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury to Belle C. LaFolletteSE072413bWilliams, John Skelton, 1865-1926La Follette, Belle Case, 1859-19311913 July 2319130723TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:SE072413b
Creator:Williams, John Skelton, 1865-1926
To:La Follette, Belle Case, 1859-1931
Date:1913 July 23
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:JS Williams reply to Belle LaFollette telling her he will have JE Ralph give him the names of the three girls who violated the segregation policy at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Memorandum for Mr. Ralph from Mr. Williams T100110AWilliams, JSRalph, JE1913 April 319130403TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:T100110A
Creator:Williams, JS
To:Ralph, JE
Date:1913 April 3
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Suggesting segregation in Bureau of Engraving and Printing .
President Denounces Mob Violence in Appeal to His Fellow Countrymen to Keep Nation's Fame UntarnishedTI00144Wilson, Woodrow1918 July 2619180726TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:TI00144
Creator:Wilson, Woodrow
Date:1918 July 26
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Official Bulletin with text of speech by Woodrow Wilson denouncing mob violence.
Woodrow Wilson to RR MotonCS70Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924Moton, Robert Russa1914 November 1819141118TextAfrican-Americans--segregation
Identifier:CS70
Creator:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
To:Moton, Robert Russa
Date:1914 November 18
Subject:African-Americans--segregation
Description:Thanks Moton for his letter and his good judgment.
Robert N. Wood to Woodrow WilsonWWP17912Wood, Robert N.Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-19241913 August 519130805TextWilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence
Identifier:WWP17912
Creator:Wood, Robert N.
To:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Date:1913 August 5
Subject:Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Correspondence