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George S. Schuyler Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Schuyler, George S. (George Samuel), 1895-1977.
Title: George S. Schuyler Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1912-1976.
Quantity: 15.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the conservative African-American journalist, author; died 1977. Collection includes correspondence (1916-1968); scrapbooks (1912-1961) which contain Schuyler's newspaper columns, photographs of Schuyler, his wife Josephine, and their daughter Philippa, and articles which he collected on civil rights, race relations and interracial marriage; and published material, including periodical issues which contain articles by Schuyler.
Abstract: Correspondents include Erskine Caldwell, Malcolm Cowley, Nancy Cunard, W.E.B. Du Bois, Amelia Earhart, Ralph Ellison, James Farmer, Eric Hoffer, H.L. Mencken, Alice Dunbar Nelson, Jackie Robinson, Philippa Schuyler, Josephine Schuyler, Phyllis Schafly, Lillian Smith, Carl Van Vechten, Robert Welch, Nathaniel Weyl, Roy Wilkins, and Whitney M. Young.
Language: English, a little French
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

George S. Schuyler (1895-1977) was a conservative black journalist, satirist, author and editor. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island on February 25,1895 to George Francis Schuyler, a chef, and Eliza (Fischer) Schuyler. The Schuyler family was from the Albany-Troy area, a great grandfather having served under General Philip Schuyler, and his racially mixed maternal line was from the New York/New Jersey area. Schuyler grew up in Syracuse, New York and when not traveling for his career, spent most of his adult life in New York City.

Seeing few opportunities for an education or a career upon graduation from high school, Schuyler served in the United States Army from 1912-1918, becoming a first lieutenant. Most of his military career was spent in Hawaii, where he began writing satire in 1916 for The Service. After his military service Schuyler returned to Syracuse for a time where he worked as a handyman and construction worker. It was there, in November 1921, that he joined the Socialist Party of America in his search for intellectual stimulation.

In 1922, Schuyler rented a room at the Phyllis Wheatley Hotel in New York City, then operated by the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) which was headed by Marcus Garvey. Schuyler attended UNIA meetings but grew dissatisfied with the racist overtone of the Back-to-Africa Movement. He also attended meetings of other black groups including the socialist Friends of Negro Freedom run by Chandler Owen and A. Philip Randolph, both of whom were also critics of the Back-to-Africa Movement.

From 1923-1928 Schuyler worked at The Messenger, first in the office and then writing a column for The Pittsburgh Courier, a black weekly newspaper. For eight months, from 1925-1926, he traveled around the south soliciting agents for circulation and writing on his observations of the relationship between the white and black communities. In 1926 he was asked to write the paper's editorials which he continued to do until 1969. During the mid 1920s, he also began publishing in The Nation, a Fabian socialist periodical, and other left wing publications. In 1927, at the invitation of H. L. Mencken, Schuyler published "Our White Folks" in The American Mercury which won him widespread attention.

Schuyler attributed his shift to conservative politics to his observations of the South during the 1925-1926 tour for The Pittsburgh Courier. It became his belief that the American black could only succeed by working in cooperation with whites within the democratic system toward mutual economic gain, a view he described as "economic self-help through consumers cooperation". In 1930 he attempted to implement this theory by establishing Young Negroes' Cooperation League. His work began appearing in The Freeman and other publications that he felt best expressed his new leanings. In addition, his work was published in literary anthologies.

In 1931 Schuyler's first book, Black No More, was published, a satiric novel in which blacks, through the use of science, become white and blend into mainstream society causing an upturn in the social and economic structure of the country. The early half of 1931 was spent editing The National News, a small newspaper for the United Colored Democracy, a Harlem based Democratic Party club, even though Schuyler for much of his life voted Republican. That same year, at the invitation of publisher George P. Putnam, Schuyler was sent to Liberia to investigate reports of modern day slave trading of Liberians to Spanish plantations off the coast of western Africirca Accounts of the trip were published in his newspaper column and in The American Mercury and The Globe.

The Scottsboro trial in 1931 led Schuyler to make a pledge to himself to devote much of his writing to the cause of exposing what he saw as communist infiltration of black civil rights movements. In 1935, James V. Spadea began a national syndication of anti-communist articles which included George Schuyler's column, "For the Record."

Schuyler joined Roy Wilkins of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1932 to investigate the working conditions of black laborers employed by the Mississippi Flood Control Project. For a few years Schuyler joined the NAACP publicity department which resulted in an eighteen-article history of the organization, and from 1937 to 1944, Schuyler acted as business manager for NAACP's organ The Crisis.

In 1935 The Pittsburgh Courier renewed its efforts to secure agents in every county of Mississippi and Schuyler was asked to accomplish this goal while sending back news items on his interviews and experiences. In 1937 he traveled throughout the country for an assignment on black labor and unions, and in 1939 he joined the Committee for Cultural Freedom, which dedicated itself to the promotion of international intellectual freedom. Their publication was a bulletin entitled Cultural Freedom.

Schuyler wrote for various publications (in some cases becoming their first Africa-American freelance contributor) in the early 1940s on World War II, Japanese internment, and problems caused by the mass influx of southern laborers to northern factories. An appeal was sent out to form the Association for Tolerance in America, aimed at white audiences for a mass education on race relations and the promotion of equality. The promotion, in the form of posters, newspaper advertisements, and brochures called on Americans to create an environment of equality for the black soldiers to come home to. The program came at a time of great urban unrest but Schuyler continued to believe that progressive education was the means to win equal rights and respect, and his efforts helped spur the eventual integration of the U.S. Armed Forces.

In 1944, The Pittsburgh Courier gave Schuyler the post of editor of their New York edition and he strove to express an international view on communism, race relations, and politics. From 1947 to 1950 Schuyler was a contributing editor to Plain Talk, an anti-communist periodical, and during this same period (1947-1948) he went on his third investigative tour for The Pittsburgh Courier, interviewing people across the country on the availability and condition of schools, accomodations, and work for blacks. This was followed by a profile on Harlem and in 1948 a tour of Latin America assessing racial conditions there.

At the end of June 1950, Schuyler attended and spoke at the first international conference for the Congress of Cultural Freedom in Berlin, held to counter communism. His paper "The Negro Question Without Propaganda" was subsequently published as Congress Paper number 23. A condensed version, retitled "The Phantom American Negro" was published in The Freeman and reprinted on a large scale including Reader's Digest and their international editions. During this European trip Schuyler visited Norway to cover the presentation of the Nobel Peace Prize to Ralph Bunche.

By the 1960s Schuyler's views were out of step with the growing civil rights movement. He believed that the mass media's attention to the problems within the black community and their standing in society did an injustice to the progress that had been made and hindered future gains. (He was also in favour of the United States' involvement in Vietnam.) He denounced rioting and marching alike as communist-inspired, made light of the "Black is Beautiful" promotion of African hair and clothing styles, and stated in an editorial that Martin Luther King was undeserving of the Nobel Peace Prize. The Pittsburgh Courier refused to publish the latter editorial and distanced itself from Schuyler's viewpoints by publicly stressing that he was not an associate editor, while The Crisis represented his views as outmoded. In 1965 Schuyler became affiliated as writer and lecturer with the American Opinion, edited by Robert Welch (founder of the John Birch Society) and with the American Opinion Speaker's Bureau. Much of Schuyler's work was published and aired through these two vehicles until 1970.

In 1969 Schuyler lost his wife, Josephine E. Lewis Schuyler (Josephine Cogdell Schuyler according to Schuyler's autobiography). Prior to her marriage in 1928, Texas-born Josephine had been an actress, model, dancer, and painter; later, their interracial marriage served as a subject for articles by both. Their daughter, Philippa Duke Schuyler, born in 1931, was a child prodigy. She knew six languages and at a very early age was an accomplished pianist, composer, orchestrator, and author. She travelled extensively in Europe, the West Indies, Africa, and Southeast Asia as a journalist, writing books and articles on world affairs as well as music. She was a foreign correspondent for the Manchester Union at the time of her death in 1967, in a helicopter accident while evacuating children from Hue to Da Nang.

The main outlets for Schuyler's writing during the 1970s were the conservative Manchester Union, where he was literary editor, and his "The Arts" column for Review of the News. George S. Schuyler died on August 31, 1977 in New York.

[Contemporary Authors, volumes 81-84, Detroit: Gale Research, 1979.]

Obituaries: New York Times, September 7,1977, p. D25; Washington Post, September 9,1977, p. C6; Schuyler, George S. Black and Conservative: The Autobiography of George S. Schuyler. New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1966.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The George Schuyler Papers is divided into four series. Correspondence (1916-1968, undated) contains miscellaneous correspondence and correspondence relating to American Opinion, American Opinion Speaker's Bureau, and Monrovia, Liberia. An index to selected correspondence is provided for some of the more notable correspondents. The correspondence is primarily of a business nature as Schuyler explained in his December 19,1966 letter to Syracuse University Manuscripts Librarian Howard Applegate, "A great deal of my correspondence has been destroyed and most of it consisted of letters in the course of business. I have been much too busy during my lifetime to enjoy the luxury of prolonged and leisurely correspondence". One letter of note in a lighter vein is from Amelia Earhart whom Schuyler met the day her fiance, George P. Putnam, hired him to investigate slave trading in Liberia. In the letter she states that on her transatlantic flight she did indeed wear the elephant toe bracelet which he had brought back from Liberia for her.

Memorabilia contains awards, cards and letters, invitations and announcements, artwork by Schuyler's daughter Philippa. Much of this material was previously contained in the 29 scrapbooks which were disassembled in 1988 (see below).

Printed Material (1928-1973) consists of miscellaneous citations, Monrovia, Liberia documents, the newsletter "The Westchester Spotlight", and programs from various dinners and seminars.

Writings (1912-1976) make up the bulk of the papers. This section includes primarily published monographs, newspaper articles, periodical articles, news releases, and typescripts of writings by or about George S. Schuyler, his wife Josephine, and their daughter Philippa. It also includes publications such as National News which Schuyler edited. In some instances these are the only extant copies of materials, notably the Mississippi and other regional editions of the Pittsburgh Courier. Where several publications are bound together, the volumes are listed under the title of the first periodical (for example, see The American Parade 1932-1947). Writings also includes transcripts of interviews and typescripts of speeches given by George Schuyler.

Writings originally included 29 scrapbooks which consisted mostly of clipped columns and short stories by Schuyler and articles regarding civil rights, race relations, and interracial marriage which he found of special interest. A few of the earlier scrapbooks included correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs of Schuyler, his wife Josephine, and early friends. These scrapbooks were disassembled in 1988 for microfilming and their contents distributed throughout the collection; much of it was placed in Memorabilia.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Note: As a result of microfilming and of removing some published material for cataloging in Rare Books, Boxes 2 and 3 have been combined into a single box labelled "2/3," and Boxes 4 and 5 and Oversize Packages 1, 2 and 4 are now empty. The scrapbooks originally in Boxes 4 and 5 and Oversize Packages 1-4 were disassembled and their contents distributed throughout the collection.

Correspondence is arranged chronologically in four groups: Miscellaneous, American Opinion, American Opinion Speaker's Bureau, and Monrovia, Liberia. Memorabilia is arranged alphabetically by type. Printed material is organized alphabetically by type of material. Writings are divided first by type, for example monographs, newspapers, news releases, periodicals, transcripts and interviews, and typescripts. Periodicals are further subdivided by title of publication. Individual items within these divisions are arranged chronologically.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

22 items -- 20 monographs by or about George or Josephine Schuyler and 2 periodicals -- have been removed from the collection and transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. These items can be located through SUMMIT, our main catalog .

Related collections include the George S. Schuyler Typescript, which contains a manuscript of his "A Fond Farewell to Carlo" (about Carl Van Vechten), and the Philippa Schuyler Papers.

In 1988, the 29 scrapbooks in the collection were microfilmed. The microfilm breakdown is as follows.

  • Reel 1 -
    • vol. 1, 1912-1930
    • vol. 2, 1924-1931
  • Reel 2 -
    • vol. 3, 1926-1930
    • vol. 4, 1930-Jun 1931
  • Reel 3 -
    • vol. 5, June 1931-February 1932
    • vol. 6, August 1931-March 1933
  • Reel 4 -
    • vol. 7 and 8, 1931 and 1931-1937
    • vol. 9, April-August 1934
    • vol. 10, August-December 1934
  • Reel 5 -
    • vol. 11, December 1934-April 1935
    • vol. 12, April 1935-August 1935
    • vol. 13, August 1935-May 1936
    • vol. 14, 1936-1937
  • Reel 6 -
    • vol. 15, 1936-1938, serial stories
    • vol. 16, 1936-1938, serial stories
    • vol. 17, 1937-1943
    • vol. 18, 1940-1947
  • Reel 7-
    • vol. 19, 1943-1944
    • vol. 20, 1944-1945
    • vol. 21, 1944-1947
    • vol. 22, 1945-1947
    • vol. 23, 1946-1947
  • Reel 8 -
    • vol. 24, 1935, 1947-1951, "Views and Reviews"
  • Reel 9 -
    • vol. 25, 1950-1955, editorials, "The World Today"
    • vol. 26, 1951-1954, "Views and Reviews"
  • Reel 10 -
    • vol. 27, 1954-1957, "Views and Reviews"
    • vol. 28, August 1957-May 1959, "Views and Reviews"
  • Reel 11 -
    • vol. 29, June 1959-May 1961, Pittsburgh Courier, editorials
    • vol. 30, June 1959-October 1961, "Views and Reviews"

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Subject Headings

Persons

Caldwell, Erskine, 1903-1987.
Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-1989.
Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965.
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963.
Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937.
Ellison, Ralph.
Farmer, James, 1920-1999.
Hoffer, Eric.
Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956.
Nelson, Alice Dunbar, 1875-1935.
Robinson, Jackie, 1919-1972.
Schlafly, Phyllis.
Schuyler, George S. (George Samuel), 1895-1977.
Schuyler, Josephine.
Schuyler, Philippa, 1932-1967.
Smith, Lillian Eugenia, 1897-1966.
Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964.
Welch, Robert, 1899-1985.
Weyl, Nathaniel, 1910-2005.
Wilkins, Roy, 1901-1981.
Young, Whitney M.

Subjects

African American journalists.
African Americans -- Biography.
African Americans -- Civil rights.
African Americans -- Intellectual life.
African Americans in the newspaper industry.
Anti-communist movements -- United States -- Sources.
Authors, American.
Civil rights movements -- United States.
Conservatism in the press.

Places

United States -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
United States -- Race relations.

Genres and Forms

Articles.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Newspaper columns.
Photographs.
Scrapbooks.
Speeches.

Occupations

Authors.
Journalists.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

George S. Schuyler Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Honor Conklin
Date: 1988
Revision history: 7 Mar 2007 - converted to EAD (AMCon); 30 May 2007 - updated and corrected inventory, biography, arrangement (MRC); 6 Nov 2015 - corrected box 11 contents, coding for index and elsewhere (MRC)

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Inventory

Correspondence
Box 1 Miscellaneous, by date 1916-1941, 1948, 1958, 1960-1967, undated (701 items)
See Selected index to correspondence at the end of this finding aid to locate specific correspondents.
Box 1 American Opinion 1965-1968, undated (119 items)
Box 1 American Opinion Speakers Bureau 1965-1968 (278 items)
Box 1 Monrovia, Liberia 1931-1934, 1967, undated (27 items)
Memorabilia
Box 1A Awards
Box 1A Christmas poems and cards
Box 1A Financial - royalties, miscellaneous financial receipts
Box 1A Invitations and announcements
Box 1A Lecture notices
Box 1A Memberships
Box 1A Photographs
Box 1A Philippa Schuyler artwork
Box 1A Programs and publicity: Schuyler as a speaker
Box 1A Writings
Printed material
Box 1 Citations 1945, 1958, 1967 (3 items)
Box 1 Monrovia, Liberia 1931-1933, undated
Box 1 Newsletter, The Westchester Spotlight 1967, 1970, 1973 (4 items)
Box 1 Programs (dinners and seminars) 1928, 1932, 1940, 1943, 1951, 1958, 1958, 1966-1969, 1970, 1971-1973, undated
Writings
Monographs, by George S. Schuyler
Box 2/3 Black and Conservative: The Autobiography of George S. Schuyler. New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House Publishers 1966
Black No More. New York: Collier Books 1931, 1971
This item has been transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog
Monographs, with essays by George S. Schuyler
These items have been transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog
Monograph, with essay by Josephine Duke (Mrs. George S.) Schuyler
This item has been transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog .
Monographs, mentioning George S. Schuyler and/or Philippa Schuyler
Some items have been transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog .
Box 2/3 Fax, Elton C. Contemporary Black Leaders New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company 1970
Box 2/3 Keeley, Joseph. The China Lobby Man: The Story of Alfred Kohlberg. New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1969
Box 2/3 Moon, Henry Lee. The Emerging Thought of W. E. B. Du Bois: Essays and Editorials from "The Crisis". New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972
Monographs, other
Some items have been transferred to Rare Books for separate cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog
Box 2/3 Lane, Thomas A. The War for the World. San Diego, CA: Viewpoint Books, 1968
Box 2/3 Ovington, Mary White. Half A Man: The Status of the Negro in New York. New York: American Century Series/Hills and Wang, 1969
Box 2/3 Schuyler in the Africas 1934-1947, Americas 1949.
Newspapers
1912-1931 Scrapbooks
These 3 scrapbooks, previously in Box 4, were disassembled for microfilming. Material was distributed to various folders in the collection. See Related Material above for microfilm breakdown.
Box 2/3 1928 Clipping
Box 2/3 1932 National News: The News Magazine of Colored America edited by George S. Schuyler
Feb 18, 25
Mar 3, 10, 24, 31
Apr 7, 14, 21, 28
May 5, 12, 19
Jun 6, 9
1930-1947 Scrapbooks
These 21 scrapbooks, previously in Box 5 and Oversize Packages 1 and 2, were disassembled for microfilming. Material was distributed to various folders in the collection. See Related Material above for microfilm breakdown.
Box 10 1947-1957 Clippings, "Views and Reviews" (Pittsburgh Courier)
Oversize 3 1950 Miscellaneous on Congress for Cultural Freedom
1950-1955 Scrapbooks
These 2 scrapbooks, previously in Oversize Package 3, were disassembled for microfilming. Material was distributed to various folders in the collection. See Related Material above for microfilm breakdown.
Box 2/3 1953-1959 Clippings
1957-1961 Scrapbooks
These 3 scrapbooks, previously in Oversize Package 4, were disassembled for microfilming. Material was distributed to various folders in the collection. See Related Material above for microfilm breakdown.
Box 2/3 1960, 1975 Clippings, "The Literary Line," New Hampshire Manchester Union Leader, by George S. Schuyler
News releases
Spadea syndicate, "For the Record"
Box 2/3 May 15, 1953 "Negro Doctors Break Through"
Box 2/3 Jan 9, 1956 "New Black Nation Spells Trouble for West"
Box 2/3 Mar 26, 1956 "Casing an Uproar Over Campaign Gifts"
Box 2/3 Apr 13, 1959 "Is Socialism Strangling American Cities?"
North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA)
Box 2/3 Nov 19/20, 1966 "Negroes Overcoming Fears, Speak Out Against Militants"
Box 2/3 Dec 6, 1966 "Powell's School for Scandal Nearing End of It's Long Run"
Box 2/3 Jan 7, 1967 "Reagan-Brooke Ticket in 1968 Would Put GOP in White House" (2 copies)
Box 2/3 Jan 13, 1967 "Adam Clayton Powell's Scandal Shows Risk of Black Racism" (2 copies)
Box 2/3 Jan 14, 1967 "Hollywood Everywhere: Brando Misses Paris Premiere of 'Countess from Hong Kong'"
Box 2/3 Feb 10, 1967 "Negro Conservative Asks: Do We Really Want Another Civil Rights 'Total War'?"
Box 2/3 Mar 29, 1967 "Explosive Cocktail: Luther King Mixes Bitter Potion of Negro Rights Plus 'Cong' Line"
Box 2/3 Apr 15, 1967 "Black Mahatma or Pink Napoleon?: Negro Conservative Finds King Almost as Diverting as Twiggy"
Box 2/3 Jul 1, 1967 "Can't Control Rioters: Rights Leaders are Victims of Own Frankenstein Monster"
Box 2/3 Jul 22, 1967 "Integration is 'Out': Black Nationalists May Take America Down Apartheid Path"
Box 2/3 Jul 29, 1967 "Put The Blame Where It Belongs: A Long, Hard Look at the Long, Hot Summer"
Box 2/3 Aug 12, 1967 "Black Racists Can Now Sit Back and Wait for Big Whitewash"
Box 2/3 Sep 16, 1967 "No Remorse for Riots?: A Few Words of Apology for America's Mid-summer Madness"
Box 2/3 Oct 14, 1967 "Cult of Blackness: Militant Negroes Travel the Marcus Garvey Trail"
Box 2/3 Dec 8, 1967 "More Strife Ahead: Rev. King's Christmastime Promise: Pandemonium by Cherry-Blossom Time"
Box 2/3 Jan 27, 1968 "With Foundation Support: Black Revolutionists Need No Negro Dollars,"
Box 2/3 Mar 2, 1968 "Can Negro Business Community Survive Crime and Hot Summers?"
Box 2/3 Apr 6, 1968 "He Reaped the Whirlwind: A Cool and Critical Appraisal of Martin Luther King's Works"
Box 2/3 Jun 14, 1968 "Capitol Camp-in Washington Awaits 'Juneteenth' Day"
Box 2/3 Aug 10, 1968 "Negro History is 'In': Newest Educational Fad is 'Black Brainwashing'"
Box 2/3 Oct 9, 1968 "Campuses Calmly Await the Fourth R - Rioting
Box 2/3 Oct 26, 1968 "The Black-is-Beautiful Cult: Skeptical Negro Debunks the 'Natural Hero' Loo"
Periodicals with articles by George S. Schuyler
The African: Journal of African Affairs
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 2 pp. 14-15, "Things of No Importance"; May 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 3, p. 14 Jun 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 4, pp. 14-15 Jul 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 5 pp. 14-15 Aug 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 6 p. 14; Sep 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. p. 14; Oct 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. p. 14; Nov/Dec 1943
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 9 p. 14; Jun 1944
Box 2/3 Volume 2, no. 10 p. 14 Aug 1944
Box 2/3 Volume 3, no. 1 p. 11, "It Happened in Africa" Apr 1945
Box 2/3 Volume 3, no. 3 p. 15 Jul/Aug 1945
Box 2/3 Volume 3, no. 4 pp. 15, 21 Oct 1945
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 1 pp. 10-11, 22 Jan 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 2 pp. 18-20 Mar 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 2 pp. 14, 15, 23 (number is printing error) May 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 3 pp. 14-15 Jun 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 4 pp. 14-15 Aug 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 5 pp. 8, 14 Sep 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 6 pp. 14, 17 Oct 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 4, no. 7 pp. 17, 20 Nov 1946
Box 2/3 Volume 5, no. 1 pp. 14-15 Jan 1947
Box 2/3 Volume 5, no. 5 pp. 18-19 May 1947
Box 2/3 Volume 5, no. 7 pp. 17-18 Aug 1947
Americas
Box 2/3 Vol. 1 no. 10, pp. 6-8, 41-42, "Haiti Looks Ahead" Dec 1949
The American Mercury
Box 6 Vol. XII no. 48 pp. 385-392, "Our White Folks" Dec 1927
Box 6 Vol. XVII no. 68 pp. 469-476, "Keeping the Negro in His Place" Aug 1929
Box 6 Vol. XIX no. 74 pp. 212-220, "A Negro Looks Ahead" Feb 1930
Box 6 Vol. XX no. 80 pp. 423-432, "Traveling Jim Crow" Aug 1930
Box 6 Vol. XXI no. 83 pp. 288-297, "Black Warriors" Nov 1930
Box 6 Vol. XXII no. 88 pp. 487-496, "Memoirs of a Pearl Diver" Apr 1931
Box 6 Vol. XXV no. 100 pp. 423-430, "Black America Begins to Doubt" Apr 1932
Box 6 Vol. XXVII no. 107 pp. 335-342, "Black Art" Nov 1932
Box 6 Vol. XXVII no. 107 pp. 147-156, "Uncle Sam's Black Stepchild"
Box 6 Vol. XLVII no. 186 pp. 176-181, "Negroes Reject Communism" Jun 1939
Box 6 Vol. LIX no. 252 pp. 686-691, "The Negro Problem Reaches a Crisis: B. More Race Riots Are Coming" Dec 1944
Box 6 Vol. LXVIII no. 306 pp. 663-670, "Jim Crow in the North" Jun 1949
Box 6 Vol. LXXXIV no. 398 pp. 99-104, "The Negro Voter Comes of Age" Mar 1957
American Opinion: An Informal Review
Box 11 Vol. VIII n. 10 pp. 11-16, "For America: Let Negroes Give Thanks" Nov 1965
Box 11 Vol. IX no. 1 pp. 15-21, "Journalism: The Wagon That Broke Down" Jan 1966
Box 11 Vol. IX no. 3 pp. 13-16, "The Farmer: Johnson's Taming of the Shrews" Mar 1966
Box 11 Vol. X no. 2 pp. 29-34, "The Hangover: Negro Masses are Turning From the Revolution" Mar 1967
Box 11 Vol. X no. 4 pp. 23-29, "Pastorniks: An Angry Essay by a Man of Faith" May 1967
Box 11 Vol. X no. 7 pp. 51-52, "From Africa" Sep 1967
Box 11 Vol. X no. 8 pp. 53-54, "From Africa, and 87-92, Columnists: Style as the Great Journalistic Casualty" Oct 1967
Box 11 Vol. X no. 9 pp. 25-30, "Babbit: Requiem for an American" and pp. 55-56, "From Africa" Nov 1967
Box 11 Vol. X no. 10 pp. 57-58, "From Africa and pp. 81-86, "Filthopolis: What's Wrong with Our Cities" Dec 1967
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 1 pp. 25-31, "Hellfare: A Look at the Welfare Racket" and pp. 55-56, "From Africa" Jan 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 2 pp. 27-32, "Acadummies: Socialism's Failure in Education" and pp. 55-56, "From Africa" and pp. 107-108, (review) The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual by Harold Cruse and pp. 113, "Henry L. Mencken" Feb 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 3 pp. 57-58, "From Africa" and pp. 103-112, "Mr. Schuyler: The Reds and I" Mar 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 4 pp. 55-56, "From Africa" and pp. 73, "They Paused to Remark" Apr 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 5 pp. 55-56, "From Africa" May 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 6 pp. 65-66, "From Africa" Jun 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 7 pp. 77-87, "Middle East: Communists Score Major Victories" and 88, "They Paused to Remark" and pp. 173-176, "Our Cover: Anti-Communist Moise Tshombe" Jul/Aug 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 8 pp. 63-64, "From Africa" Sep 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 9 pp. 47-48, "From Africa" Oct 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 10 pp. 45-46, "A Red Africa?: Communists are After Key African Ports" Nov 1968
Box 11 Vol. XI no. 11 pp. 67-68, "Phony Tears: Africa's Nationalist Hypocrisy" Dec 1968
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 1 pp. 21-30, "The Fall: From Decency to Degradation" and pp. 65-66, "Biafra: That Grisly War in Nigeria" Jan 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 2 pp. 75-76, "Where Oil Is: Propaganda, Genocide, and Biafra's Oil" Feb 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 3 pp. 21-24, "Bright Star: George S. Schuyler Reviews Philippa Schuyler" and pp. 41-42, "Mini-states: The Problem of All Those Lilliputs" Mar 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 4 pp. 71-72, "Portugal: Enjoying the Last Laugh in Africa" Apr 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 5 pp. 77-78, "African Unity: A Look at Some Vanishing Fictions" May 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 6 pp. 73-74, "In Lilliput: The Republic of Equatorial Guinea" Jun 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 7 pp. 97-108, "Africa: The Red and the Black" Jul/Aug 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 8 pp. 37-38, "The Sudan: Shades of 'Chinese' Gordon!" Sep 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 9 pp. 85-87 (review) On Communism by J. Edgar Hoover and pp. 93-94 (review) Three- Fifths of a Man by Floyd McKissick. Oct 1969
Box 11 Vol. XII no. 10 pp. 23-27, "Spirit of '76: The Declaration of Independence on Broadway" Nov 1969
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 1 pp. 17-18, "Saint Martin?: The Martin Luther King Memorial" Jan 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 2 pp. 27-28, "Bad Pennies: My, How They Do Run" Feb 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 3 pp. 15-16, "Fleet Ralph: The Reverand Abernathy is Tired of Running" Mar 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 4 pp. 23-25, "General Patton: A Film Salute to an American Rebel" Apr 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 5 Cover, inside cover, p. 78, "They Paused to Remark" May 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 6 pp. 27-28, "The Uptopians: And the Gurgle and Glow of Missionism" and 72, "They Paused to Remark" Jun 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 7 pp. 45-60, "Africa: The Comrades Beat the Bushes" Jul/Aug 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIII no. 10 pp. 17-22, "Cowardice: And the Attack on American Morality" and 71, "Bullets..." Nov 1970
Box 11 Vol. XIV no. 1 pp. 76, "They Paused to Remark" Jan 1971
Box 11 Vol. XIV no. 7 pp. 31-36, "Middle East: It Is All Sinking in a Red Sea" Jul/Aug 1971
Box 11 Vol. XV no. 3 pp. 81-85, H. L. Mencken: Inconoclast From Baltimore by Douglas C. Stenerson reviewed by Medford Evans, mentions George S. Schuyler's relationship with Mar 1972
Box 11 Vol. XV no. 7 pp. 71-80, "The Movers: Departments of H. U. D. and Transportation" Jul/Aug 1972
Box 11 Vol. XVI no. 2 pp. 31-36, "Malcolm X: Better to Memorialize Benedict Arnold" Feb 1973
Box 11 Vol. XVI no. 7 pp. 67-80, "Africa: Red, White, and Black" Jul/Aug 1973
The American Spectator
Box 6 Vol. II no. 22 1-2, "Sam Leibowitz: Jonah in Modern Dress" Aug 1934
Box 6 [bound volume, contains several issues of various periodicals] 1932-1947
  • The American Parade, vol. III no. 1 (Oct/Nov/Dec 1928) 54-61, "Racial Intermarriage in the United States"
  • Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. XV no. 12 (Dec 1937) 377-378 (review) American Stuff by Henry G. Alsberg; vol. X no. 12 (Dec 1932) 388-389 (review) Georgia Nigger by John L. Spivak; vol. X no. 8 (Aug 1932) 257-258 (review) Race, Class, and Party by Paul Lewinson
  • Harlem: A Forum of Negro Life, vol. 1 no. 1 (Nov 1928) 17-20, "Woof"
  • Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life, vol. X no. 6 (Jun 1932) 175-176, "Mr. Embree Discovers a New Race"
  • Birth Control Review: A Negro Number, vol. XVI no. 6 (Jun 1932) 165-166, "Quality vs. Quantity"
  • The Forum: A Quarterly Review, vol. 2 no. 1 (Dec 1932) 18-20, "The Economic Outlook for the Negro" vol. 2 no. 4 (Sep 1933) 27-28, "The Negro of American Literature"
  • The Kaleidoscope, vol. 1 no. 4 (Apr 14, 1934) 13, "When Black Weds White"
  • The Record of Girl's Friendly Society of the U.S.A., vol. XLV no. 1 (Jan 1937) 244, 252, "Where Schools Count Most"
  • Cultural Freedom, (Jun 1940) 1-3, "Cultural Freedom and the American Negro"
  • Politics, vol. 1 no. 6 (Jul 1944) 181-182 (review) An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy by Gunnar Myrdal vol. 2 no. 5 (May 1945) 137, "F. D. R."
  • Interracial Review: A Journal for Christian Democracy, vol. XIX no. 4 (Apr 1946) 54-55, "The Negro and Communism"
  • The Negro Book Club News, vol. 1 no. 2 (Oct 194[?]) 3, "What's Wrong With Negro Writers"
  • The Negro South, vol. X no. 1 (Dec 1946) 16-18, "The Future of the Northern Negro in Politics"
  • Circuit, vol. 2 no. 8 (Jan 1947) 4-5, "A Date With Destiny for Women in ".
Common Ground
Box 7 Vol. III no. 3 (Spring ) 41-44, "Vacation Daze" 1943
The Crisis
Box 7 Volume 41 no. 1 pp. 456, 472, "The Negro Co-operative League" Jan 1932
Box 7 Volume 41 no. 9 pp. 258-260, 274, "To Boycott or Not to Boycott?" with Vere E. Johns Sep 1934
Box 7 Volume 42 no. 1 p. 12, "Scripture for Lynchers" Jan 1935
Box 7 Volume 42 no. 5 pp. 134-135, 148-149, "Which Way Out for the Negro? The Separate State Hokum" May 1935
Box 7 Volume 42 no. 5 duplicate May 1935
Box 7 Volume 43 no. 10 pp. 302-306, "Freedom of the Press in Mississippi" Oct 1936
Box 7 Volume 43 no. 11 pp. 328-329, "New Job Frontiers for Negro Youth" Nov 1936
Box 7 Volume 44 no. 4 pp. 102-103, "Do We Really Want Equality?" Apr 1937
Box 7 Volume 44 no. 7 pp. 205-206, "Not Gone With the Wind" Jul 1937
Box 7 Volume 44 no. 10 pp. 308-309, "A Treatise on Mulattoes" Oct 1937
Box 7 Volume 44 no. 11 pp. 327-328, 347, "Reflections on Negro Leadership" Nov 1937
Box 7 Volume 45 no. 8 pp. 255-257, 274-275, "The Rise of the Black Internationale" Aug 1938
Box 7 Volume 45 no. 9 pp. 298-299, "The Nation Pays Tribute: James Weldon Johnson" Sep 1938
Box 7 Volume 47 no. 5 pp. 143, 157-158, "Craftsmen in the Blue Grass" May 1940
Box 7 Volume 47 no. 6 pp. 170-171, 178, "Garner - At Home" Jun 1940
Box 7 Volume 47 no. 7 pp. 219, "Letters from Readers" Jul 1940
Box 7 Volume 48 no. 12 pp. 384, 389, "Hitler Without Hitler" Dec 1941
Box 7 Volume 49 no. 6 pp. 194-195, "American Caught Up With Him: The Story of Lucky Robert's 'Moonlight Cocktail'" Jun 1942
Box 7 Volume 50 no. 11 pp. 328-329, 344, "A Long War Will Aid the Negro" Nov 1943
Box 7 Volume 52 no. 1 pp. 25-26 (review) Top Hats and Tom-toms by Elizabeth Dearmon Furbay Jan 1945
Box 7 Volume 56 no. 1 p. 3 (credits) Jan 1949
Box 7 Volume 58 no. 3 pp. 163-164, "Forty Years of 'The Crisis'" Mar 1951
Box 7 Volume 62 no. 5 pp. 314-315 (review) Black Moses: The Story of Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association by Edmund D. Cronon, and pp. 316-317 (review by Philippa Schuyler) America's Music: From the Pilgrim to the Present by Gilbert Chase. May 1955
Box 7 Volume 76 no. 5 pp. 207-210, by Josephine Schuyler, "Race, Diet, and Intelligence" May 1969
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Box 7 Farmand, pp. 25-26, "Intervju Meden Neger Redaktor" and miscellaneous materials. Jan 1951
Box 7 [bound volume, contains issues of various periodicals] 1950-1956
  • The Freeman, vol. 1 no. 6 (Dec 11, 1950) 176-177, "The Pro-Slavery Propagandists"; vol. 2 no. 3 (Nov 5, 1951) 93-94, review of The Negro and the Communist Party, by Wilson Record; vol. 2 no. 4 (Nov 19, 1951) 117-118, "New Masks for Old" (vol. 1 printing error); vol. 2 no. 21 (Jul 14, 1952) 697-700, "FEPC is a Fraud"; vol. 3 no. 8 (Jun 1, 1953) 643-644 (review) "Clash of Cultures" Blanket Boy, by Peter Lanham and A. S. Mopeli-Paulus; vol. 4 no. 16 (May 3, 1954) 560, "Will the South Secede?"; vol. 4 no. 13 (Mar 22, 1954) 461-462, reviews of The Negro in American Life and Thought: The Nadir, 1877-1901, by Rayford W. Logan and Breakthrough on the Color Front by Lee Nichols
  • National Review, vol. 1 no. 4 (Dec 14, 1955) 28-29 (review) "More Rivers to Cross" How Far the Promised Land? by Wallace Walter; no. 2 (Nov 26, 1955) 29-30 (review) "Summing Up Africa" Inside Africa by John Gunther
  • The Freeman, vol. 6 no. 3 (Mar, 1956) 14-16, "The Case for the Private School"
Globe
Box 7 Vol. 1 no. 1 pp. 56-60, "Woman Palavar" Mar 1937
Box 7 Vol. 1 no. 4 pp. 10-16, "Monrovia Moocheson" Jul 1937
Box 7 Vol. 1 no. 3 pp. 71-76, "The Lord's Work" Jun 1937
Human Events
Box 7 Vol. XVI no. 16 p. 2, "Where Communists Fear to Tread: Why the Reds Are Out to Get Trujillo" Apr 22, 1959
Box 7 Vol. XVIII no. 11 p. 10 "Can Negro Business Survive Summer of Riots?" Mar 16, 1968
Box 7 repr. "New Educational Fad: Will Black History Really Be Brainwashing?" Aug 24, 1968
Box 7 Vol. XXIX no. 15 p. 44, "Greetings on Human Event's 25th Anniversary" Apr 12, 1969
Box 7 Interracial Review , "The Education of White Folks," 2 pp Jul 1943
Box 7 Manion Forum, no. 714, 4 pp, "Step by Step: Distinguished Journalist Views and Reviews Unfolding Tragedy" Jun 9, 1968
Box 7 The Messenger: World's Greatest Negro Monthly, Vol. VII no. 1 pp. 21-23, "Interviews with Actors" and pp. 35-36, "Shafts and Darts With Theophilus Lewis" Jan 1925
Modern Age: A Quarterly Review
Box 7 Vol. 11 no. 3 1967
(Summer 1967) pp. 320-323 (review) "The Negro's Dilemma" Negro Social and Political Thought by Howard Brotz, Freedom - When? by James Farmer.
(Fall 1967) pp. 414-417 (review) "Black History" The Secret City: A History of Race Relations in the Nation's Capitol by Constance M. Green, NAACP: A History of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People by Charles F. Kellogg.
Box 7 Vol. 12 no. 2 1968
(Spring ) pp. 200-201 (review) "Black Power Syndrome" Black Power and Urban Unrest by Nathan Wright Jr., Black Power by Stokley Carmichael and Charles V. Hamilton.
Box 7 [bound volume, includes issues of several periodicals] 1929-1937
  • La Releve, vol. no. 7 (Jan 1937) photo, 2-6, "Quelques Considerations de Mr. Schuyler: Haiti et l'Amerique Noire"
  • The Modern Quarterly, vol. V no. 3 (Fall 1929) 361-363, "Emancipated Women and the Negro"; vol. V no. 4 (Winter 1930/1931) viii, 561-563, (review by John Chamberlin) Not Without Laughter by Langston Hughes and Black Manhattan by James Weldon Johnson and pp. 571-572 (review) Black Genesis by Samuel G. Stoney and Gertrude M. Shelby.
Box 7 [bound volume, includes issues of several periodicals] 1931-1950
  • The Modern Monthly, vol. VIII no. 1 (Feb 1934) 11-17, "When Black Weds White"
  • The Modern Quarterly, vol. XI no. 7 (Fall 1940) 84-87, "The Negro in the New Order"
  • The Spirit of Missions, vol. XCVI no. 2 (Feb 1931) 87-90, "Negro Critic Appraisis Institute Schools"
  • The Wheatsheaf, no. 419 (May 1931) 73-74, "Some Impressions of England"
  • Cooperation, vol. VXII no. 8 (Aug 1931) 144-145, "The American Negro's Salvation
  • Transatlantic, vol. 1 no. 6 (Feb 1944) 13-15, "Harlem: Half-way to Heaven"
  • Phylon: The Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture, vol. XI no. 4 (1950) 362-368, "Phylon Profile; XXII: Carl Van Vechten"
Negro Digest
Box 7 Vol. 1 no. 4 pp. 67-72, "Who Is Negro, Who Is White?" Nov 1940
Box 7 Vol. 1 no. 7 pp. 69-72, "Vacation Daze" May 1943
Box 7 Vol. II no. 5 pp. 11-12, "My Most Humiliating Jim Crow Experience" Mar 1944
Box 7 Vol. II no. 8 pp. 43-45, "Should Negroes in the South Migrate North?: Yes" Jun 1944
Box 7 Vol. III no. 2 pp. 60-64, "Have Communists Quit Fighting for Negro Rights? Yes" Dec 1944
Box 7 Vol. III no. 7 pp. 52-54, "What the Negro Thinks of the South" May 1945
Box 7 Vol. V no. 4 86-90, "Was Booker T. Wrong?"; no. 11 28-32, "What's Wrong With the NAACP?" Feb 1947 Sep 1947
Box 7 Vol. VII no. 7 52-57, "Color Lines In Latin America"; no. 10 37-42, "Race in Rio," by Charles Anderson Gauld May 1949 Aug 1949
Box 7 Vol. VIII no. 7 pp. 3-7, "What's Wrong With Negro Authors" May 1950
Box 7 Vol. IX no. 8 pp. 52-56, "Why I Want to Stay in America" Jun 1951
Box 7 Vol. IV no. 9 pp. 3-6, "Do Negroes Want to be White?" and 61-65, "17 Years of Mixed Marriage", by Josephine Schuyler Jul 1946
Box 7 Vol. X no. 1 pp. 40-43, "Are Negroes More Prejudiced Than Whites?" Nov 1951
Box 7 The Priest Vol. 23 no. 6 pp. 455-460, "All God's Chillun Got Wings" Jun 1967
Box 7 Reader's Digest, Vol. 59 no. 351 pp. 61-63, "The Phantom American Negro" Jul 1951 - includes bound editions in other languages and letter
Review of the News
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 20 pp. 27-32, "Analysis: The New Southern Africa" May 17, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 24 pp. 27-32, "Analysis: The Perils of Provocation" Jun 14, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 29 pp. 27-32, "Analysis: The Supreme Court, Again" Jul 19, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 33 pp. 27-32, "Analysis: Rumpelstiltskin Unlimited" Aug 16, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 38 pp. 15-20, "Analysis: Black Power Apartheid" Sep 20, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 42 pp. 15-20, "Analysis: Love's Labor Lost in Mississippi" Oct 18, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 46 pp. 15-20, "Analysis: School for Treason" Nov 15, 1967
Box 8 Volume 3 no. 51 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: The Mini-Crusaders" Dec 20, 1967
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 3 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: Facing Open-Housing" Jan 17, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 7 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: A Closet Full of Skeletons" Feb 14, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 12 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: The Desperados" Mar 20, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 16 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: Tempests in the Coffee-pot" Apr 17, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 20 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: Toward a Long, Cool Summer" May 15, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 26 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: Collective Guilt" Jun 26, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 29 pp. 15-20, "Analysis: The Great Ghetto Swindle" Jul 17, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 33 pp. 17-22, "Analysis: A Massacre of Fictions" Aug 14, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 38 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: Chicago: Ominous Portent" Sep 18, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 42 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: Narcotics, Anyone?" Oct 16, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 45 pp. 23-27, "Report!: American Negro Leaders", by Kent Courtney on George S. Schuyler. Nov 6, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 47 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: Drive for Discrimination" Nov 20, 1968
Box 8 Volume 4 no. 51 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: NACCP: A Great Light Dawns" Dec 18, 1968
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 4 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: How Black Your Alma Mater?" Jan 22, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 8 pp. 17-22, "Report!: Who's Loony Now?" Feb 19, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 11 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: The Semantic Jungle" Mar 12, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 22 pp. 25-30, "Report!: Orphans of the Storm" May 28, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 29 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: No Hidin' Place" Jul 16, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 32 pp. 17-22, "Report!: Cinema Sodom" Aug 6, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 34 pp. 25-30, "Analysis: Dangerous Games" Aug 20, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 38 pp. 21-26, "Analysis: Why Not Detention?" Sep 17, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 39 pp. 24-26, "Red Sea Vacuum" Sep 24, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 44 pp. 17-24, "Analysis: More Nerve Than Tracy!" Oct 29, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 47 pp. 17-26, "Analysis: The 'Black Capitalism' Hoax" Nov 19, 1969
Box 8 Volume 5 no. 52 pp. 17-26, "Analysis: The Foresight Saga" Dec 14, 1969
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 3 pp. 17-26, "Analysis: Who Should Vote" Jan 21, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 7 pp. 17-24, "Analysis: Friends of Foes" Feb 18, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 11 pp. 17-26, "Analysis: Mortarboard Madness" Mar 18, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 23 pp. 29-32, "Analysis: Reincarnation of the Jungle" Jun 10, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 27 pp. 33-40, "Why Not Vouchers for Private Schools?" Jul 8, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 41 pp. 31-40, "The Monster That Devoured Cleveland" Oct 14, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 47 pp. 35-44, "Mao Will Push Dope Via Canada" Nov 25, 1970
Box 8 Volume 6 no. 52 pp. 23-30, "George S. Schuyler" Dec 30, 1970
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 4 pp. 33-44, "Phantasm of the Pixilated Pedagogues" Jan 27, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 12 pp. 35-44, "Mau-Mauing" Mar 24, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 20 pp. 35-44, "Snooping" May 19, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 24 pp. 23-32, "Gradueaten" Jun 16, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 25 pp. 23-32, "Fellowship of Reconcilliation" by E. Merrill Rogt Jun 23, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 29 pp. 42-44, "Prisoners" Jul 21, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 34 pp. 35-42, "Ankle-bite" Aug 25, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 39 pp. 23-32, "Krazy Kats" Sep 29, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 42 pp. 25-26, "The Arts" Oct 20, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 43 pp. 27-28 Oct 27, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 44 pp. 25-26 Nov 3, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 46 pp. 27-28 Nov 17, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 47 pp. 27-28 Nov 24, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 49 pp. 27-28 Dec 8, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 50 pp. 27-28 Dec 15, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 51 pp. 27-28 Dec 22, 1971
Box 8 Volume 7 no. 52 pp. 27-28 Dec 29, 1971
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 1 pp. 27-28 Jan 5, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 2 pp. 25-26 Jan 12, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 3 pp. 25-26 Jan 19, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 4 pp. 27-28 Jan 26, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 5 pp. 23-24 Feb 2, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 6 pp. 25-26 Feb 9, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 7 pp. 25-26 Feb 16, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 8 pp. 25-26 Feb 23, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 9 pp. 25-26 Mar 1, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 10 pp. 25-26 Mar 8, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 11 pp. 25-26 Mar 15, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 12 pp. 25-26 Mar 22, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 13 pp. 25-26 Mar 29, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 14 pp. 27-28, The Arts Apr 5, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 15 pp. 25-26 Apr 12, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 16 pp. 25-26 Apr 19, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 17 pp. 23-24 Apr 26, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 18 pp. 23-24 May 3, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 19 pp. 23-24 May 10, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 20 pp. 25-26 May 17, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 21 pp. 23-24 May 24, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 22 pp. 23-24 May 31, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 23 pp. 25-26 Jun 7, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 24 pp. 25-26 Jun 14, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 25 pp. 25-26 Jun 21, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 26 pp. 25-26 Jun 28, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 27 pp. 25-26 Jul 5, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 28 pp. 25-26 Jul 12, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 29 pp. 25-26 Jul 19, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 30 pp. 25-26 Jul 26, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 31 pp. 25-26 Aug 2, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 32 pp. 25-26 Aug 9, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 33 pp. 25-26 Aug 16, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 34 pp. 25-26, The Arts Aug 23, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 35 pp. 25-26 Aug 30, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 36 pp. 25-26 Sep 6, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 37 pp. 25-26 Sep 13, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 38 pp. 25-26 Sep 20, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 39 pp. 25-26 Sep 27, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 40 pp. 25-26 Oct 4, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 41 pp. 25-26 Oct 11, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 42 pp. 25-26 Oct 18, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 44 pp. 23-24 Nov 1, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 45 pp. 25-26 Nov 8, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 46 pp. 25-26 Nov 15, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 47 pp. 25-26 Nov 22, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 48 pp. 25-26 Nov 29, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 50 [numbered incorrectly by publisher] pp. 25-26 Dec 6, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 50 pp. 25-26 Dec 13, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 51 pp. 25-26 Dec 20, 1972
Box 8 Volume 8 no. 52 pp. 25-26 Dec 27, 1972
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 1 pp. 25-26, The Arts Jan 3, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 2 pp. 25-26 Jan 10, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 3 pp. 25-26 Jan 17, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 4 pp. 25-26, The Arts Jan 24, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 5 flyer Jan 31, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 5 pp. 25-26 Jan 31, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 6 pp. 25-26 Feb 7, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 7 pp. 25-26 Feb 14, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 8 pp. 25-26 Feb 21, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 9 pp. 25-26 Feb 28, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 10 pp. 25-26 Mar 7, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 15 pp. 25-26 Apr 11, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 16 pp. 25-26 Apr 18, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 17 pp. 25-26 Apr 25, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 18 pp. 25-26 May 2, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 19 pp. 25-26 May 9, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 26 pp. 25-26 Jun 27, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 28 pp. 25-26 Jul 11, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 29 pp. 25-26, The Arts Jul 18, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 30 pp. 25-26 Jul 25, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 31 pp. 25-26 Aug 1, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 32 pp. 25-26 Aug 8, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 33 pp. 25-26 Aug 15, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 40 pp. 23-24 Oct 3, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 42 pp. 23-24 Oct 17, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 44 pp. 23-24 Oct 31, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 45 pp. 23-24 Nov 7, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 46 pp. 23-24, The Arts Nov 14, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 47 pp. 23-24 Nov 21, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 48 pp. 23-24 Nov 28, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 49 pp. 25-26 Dec 5, 1973
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Box 8 Volume 9 no. 51 pp. 23-24 Dec 19, 1973
Box 8 Volume 9 no. 52 pp. 23-24 Dec 26, 1973
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 1 pp. 23-24, The Arts Jan 2, 1974
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 2 pp. 23-24 Jan 9, 1974
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 3 pp. 23-24 Jan 16, 1974
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 4 pp. 25-26 Jan 23, 1974
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Box 8 Volume 10 no. 28 pp. 23-24 Jul 10, 1974
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 29 pp. 23-24 Jul 17, 1974
Box 8 Volume 10 no. 30 pp. 23-24 Jul 24, 1974
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Box 8 Volume 10 no. 32 pp. 25-26 Aug 7, 1974
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Box 8 Volume 10 no. 37 pp. 25-26, The Arts Sep 11, 1974
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Box 8 Volume 11 no. 29 pp. 23-24, The Arts Jul 16, 1975
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Box 8 Volume 11 no. 36 pp. 25-26 Sep 3, 1975
Box 8 Volume 11 no. 37 pp. 23-24, The Films Sep 10, 1975
Box 8 Volume 11 no. 38 pp. 23-24 Sep 17, 1975
Box 8 Volume 11 no. 39 pp. 23-24 Sep 24, 1975
Box 8 Volume 11 no. 40 pp. 23-24 Oct 1, 1975
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Box 8 Volume 12 no. 1 pp. 25-26, The Films Jan 7, 1976
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Box 8 Volume 12 no. 19 pp. 21-22, The Films May 12, 1976
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Box 8 Volume 12 no. 28 pp. 21-22 Jul 14, 1976
Sepia
Oversize 5 Vol. 11 no. 5 pp. 55-58, "Freedom Through Finance" May 1962
The Sepia Socialite
Oversize 5 Apr 1942 pp. 3, 5, 16, 82, "Forward: A Look at Negro Louisiana"
Periodicals, miscellaneous articles by George S. Schuyler
Box 9 Miscellaneous 1952, 1953, 1965, 1968, 1969, undated
Periodicals, with articles about George S. Schuyler or Philippa Schuyler
Box 9 The American Writer, Vol. 1 Nov 1, 1946
Box 9 Arlington House publishers catalogue
Box 9 Jul 7, 1967 The Banner, p. 24, (review) Vander Ploeg, John. "New Books" Black and Conservative
Box 9 Carver Federal Savings, on Philippa Schuyler Jan 1972 (2 copies)
Box 9 CLA Journal, v. XVIII no. 2 pp. 242-257, reprint, Peplow, Michael W. "George Schuyler, Satirist: Rhetorical Devices in Black No More" Dec 1974
The Crisis
Box 9 Vol. 44 no. 6 pp. 165, 167, "Next Month"; pp. 184-185, "NAACP Youth Council News"; and pp. 188-189, "Letters from Readers" Jun 1937
Box 9 Vol. 74 no. 2 pp. 68-71, Weinberger, Andrew. "Interracial Marriage in the U.S.A."; pp. 72-78, 101, Springarn, Arthur B. "Books: By Negro Authors in 1966" Mar 1967
Box 9 Vol. 74 no. 5 pp. 248, 258, "Editorial: . . . and Philippa Duke Schuyler", obituary Jun 1967
Box 9 Vol. 83 no. 1 pp. 7-10, Peplow, Michael. "The Black 'Picaro' in Schuyler's Black No More" Jan 1976
Demography
Box 9 Vol. 7 no. 3 pp. 287-299, reprint, Monahan, Thomas P. "Interracial Marriage: Data for Philadelphia and Pennyslvania" Aug 1970
Box 9 Vol. 7 no. 45 pp. 23-24, Nov 7, 1973
The Economic Facts of Life
Box 9 Vol. 21 no. 7 Clark, Fred G. and Richard S. Rimanoczy. "The Realistic Black Man's Burden" Jul 1968
Box 9 Esquire, pp. 76-77, Lewis, Sinclair. "Books: 'Gentlemen, This is Revolution'" Jun 1945 (2 copies)
Box 9 The Freeman, Vol. 16 no. 12 pp. 53-56, Chamberlin, John. "Black and Conservative" Dec 1966
Box 9 Life, "The Real American Negro" May 7, 1959
Box 9 The Midwest Journal, Vol. V no. 2 pp. 24-45, Winslow, Henry F. "George S. Schuyler: Fainting Traveller" Summer 1953
Box 9 Modern Age, Vol. 11 no. 1 pp. 96-98, Lyons, Eugene. "Reviews: One Who Overcame," on Black and Conservative Winter 1966-1967
Box 9 National Program Letter, "A Negro Speaks" Jan 1967 (2 copies)
Box 9 National Review, Vol. XXIII no. 35 pp. 978-989, Simonds, C. H. "The Strange Story of Willis Carto" Sep 10, 1971
The New Yorker
Box 9 Vol. XLVIII no. 41 pp. 60-120, Anderson, Jervis. "Profiles: A. Philip Randolph - 1" Dec 2, 1972
Box 9 Vol. XLVIII no. 42 pp. 48-106, Anderson, Jervis. "Profiles: A. Philip Randolph - 2" Dec 9, 1972
Box 9 Vol. XLVIII no. 43 pp. 40-85, Anderson, Jervis. "Profiles: A. Philip Randolph - 3" Dec 16, 1972
Box 9 The Oral History Collection of Columbia University Catalogue pp. 107-108, "Biographical Section" 1964 - mentions 725 pp. transcript
See also Writings: Transcripts, interviews: Interview by William T. Ingersoll, Box 9, for copy of transcript
Box 9 Our World, Vol. 7 no. 8 pp. 46-53, "Haiti Goes to the Movies" Aug 1952
Box 9 Pageant, Vol. 10 no. 5 pp. 22-27, "Who Are the Six Real Top Anti-Communists?" Nov 1954 (3 copies)
Box 9 Pioneer, Vol. 16 no. 12 pp. 3, 5, "Dialogue with a John Bircher" April 28, 1967
Box 9 The PTA Magazine, Vol. 62 no. 4 pp. 12-14, Ferguson, Charles W. "Americans Not Everyone Knows: Philippa Duke Schuyler" Dec 1967
Box 9 Social Forces, Vol. 48 no. 4 pp. 461-473, reprint, Monahan, Thomas P. "Are Interracial Marriages Really Less Stable?" Jun 1970
Box 9 A Spectrum of Conservative Views, Baltimore County Public Library, bibliography
Periodicals, miscellaneous
Box 9 Survey Graphic, Vol. XXXI no. 11 Nov 1942
Transcripts, interviews
Box 9 1960 Interview by William T. Ingersoll, Oral History Collection of Columbia University (7 folders)
Box 9 Oct 30, 1964 Interview by Carl Bode, regarding association with H. L. Mencken.
Typescripts, periodical
American Mercury,
Box 9 H. L. Mencken Nov 28, 1967
American Opinion
Box 9 Sep 15, 1965 Let Negroes Give Thanks
Box 9 Jun 16, 1966 Booker T. Washington and Sidney J. Phillips
Box 9 Dec 26, 1966 Requiem for the "Revolution"
Box 9 Feb 22, 1967 Our Avant-Garde Clergy
Box 9 Jun 29, 1967 June Moon in Africa
Box 9 Aug 4, 1967 Africa
Box 9 Aug 6, 1967 Style: The Great Journalistic Casualty
Box 9 Sep 3, 1967 From Africa
Box 9 Sep 5, 1967 Requiem for Babbit
Box 9 Oct 3, 1967 Why Our Cities Ro
Box 9 Oct 5, 1967 From Africa
Box 9 Oct 27, 1967 Review: Not Yet Uhuru
Box 9 Oct 30, 1967 Hellfare (missing and was not filmed)
Box 9 Oct 30, 1967 From Africa
Box 9 Nov 4, 1967 From Africa
Box 9 Nov 29, 1967 The Mini-Crusaders
Box 9 Dec 2, 1967 From Africa
Box 9 Dec 3, 1967 Review: The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual
Box 9 Dec 26, 1967 The Reds and I
Box 9 Jan 1, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Jan 31, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Feb 29, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Mar 4, 1968 Homo on the Range, revised
Box 9 Apr 7, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 May 1, 1968 The Middle East
Box 9 May 4, 1968 Moishe Tshombe
Box 9 Jul 12, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Aug 6, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Aug 24, 1968 The Degradation of Democracy
Box 9 Sep 6, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Oct 1, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Nov 3, 1968 From Africa
Box 9 Dec 2, 1968 Realists of the Battle for Biafra
Box 9 Jan 1, 1969 The Carefree Mini-States
Box 9 Jan 5, 1969 The Semantic Jungle
Box 9 Jan 13, 1969 Another Bright Star in the Sky
Box 9 Jan 31, 1969 Portugal Laughs Last
Box 9 Feb 3, 1969 Review: The American Fighting Man
Box 9 Mar 4, 1969 Africa's Vanishing Fictions
Box 9 Apr 3, 1969 Grief in Lilliput
Box 9 Apr 14, 1969 Review: On Communism
Box 9 Apr 16, 1969 Review: Three-fifths of a Man
Box 9 Apr 25, 1969 Review: The Portugal Story
Box 9 May 2, 1969 Africa
Box 9 Jun 30, 1969 Shades of 'Chinese' Gordon!
Box 9 Aug 4, 1969 Filling the Red Sea Vacuum
Box 9 Sep 14, 1969 Birth of a Nation
Box 9 Dec 9, 1969 Imaginary Emigrants
Box 9 Jan 7, 1970 Ralph is Tired!
Box 9 Feb 7, 1970 Patton: Tribute to the C. F. R.
Box 9 Feb 11, 1970 Requiem for Utopia
Box 9 Mar 13, 1970 Daniel in the Panther's Den
Box 9 May 5, 1970 The Red Network of Africa
Box 9 Sep 2, 1970 Down the Drain
Box 9 Dec 6, 1970 Liberalism Passes On
Box 9 Mar 26, 1971 Write Off the Middle East!
Box 9 Jun 29, 1971 Red Camp on Camera
Box 9 undated The New Look in Southern Africa,
Miscellaneous
Box 9 Review: The Perpetual Negro Conundrum: Negro Social and Political Thought by Howard Brotz and Freedom-When? by James Farmer, 1967
Box 9 Report on Levee Work Along the Mississippi River in Louisiana and Mississippi, undated
Modern Age
Box 9 Review: Centuries of Frustration: The Secret City and NAACP: A History of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1967
Box 9 Review: The Black Power Syndrome: Black Power and Urban Unrest by Nathan Wright Jr. and Black Power by Stokley Carmichael, Jan 30,. 1968
North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA)
Box 9 Aug 18, 1965 Anatomy of Black Insurrection
Box 9 Aug 29, 1965 Negro Has Two Revolutions - Real and Phony
Box 9 Sep 23, 1965 Civil Rights Tripped by Labor Rights
Box 9 Oct 31, 1965 Negroes Who Don't Need to be "Saved"
Box 9 Dec 8, 1965 An Upcoming Happy New Year for Negroes
Box 9 May 8, 1966 Rights Leaders Reviving the Revolution
Box 9 Jun 8, 1966 Mississippi True to Form
Box 9 Jul 24, 1966 Negro Rioting No Surprise to Informed
Box 9 Sep 17, 1966 Sharing the Blame for Civil Rights
Box 9 Dec 3, 1966 Powell: "To Be or Not to Be"
Box 9 Dec 18, 1966 The Great Republican Dilemma
Box 9 Jan 10, 1967 The Rising Tide of Black Racism
Box 9 Mar 26, 1967 Our Canebreak Cassandra Threatens More Grief
Box 9 Jun 24, 1967 Negro Leaders in Dilemma
Box 9 Jul 26, 1967 Insurrection: The Failure of Negro Leadership
Box 9 Aug 8, 1967 The "Revolution's" Upcoming Whitewash
Box 9 Sep 10, 1967 Negro Leaders Not Remorseful
Box 9 Dec 6, 1967 Dr. King Invokes Yuletide Spirit
1967 NAACP Hits the Sawdust Trail
Box 9 Jan 12, 1968 Subsidies for Civil Turmoil
Box 9 Feb 18, 1968 Negro Business Fears "Hot Summer"
Box 9 Feb 26, 1968 Commission Produces Expected Whitewash
Box 9 Apr 5, 1968 Dr. King: Non-violence Always Ends Violently
Box 9 May 11, 1968 America Moving Toward Apartheid
Box 9 Jun 13, 1968 Washington Awaits Juneteenth Day
The Priest
Box 9 The Limits of Integration Jan 24, 1967
Review of the News
Box 9 May 30, 1967 The Perils of Provocation
Box 9 Jun 26, 1967 Burying Our Oldest Bugaboo
Box 9 Jul 24, 1967 Rumplestiltskins Unlimited
Box 9 Aug 31, 1967 Black Power Apartheid
Box 9 Oct 6, 1967 Love's Labor Lost in Mississippi
Box 9 Oct 31, 1967 School for Treason
Box 9 Dec 4, 1967 Socialism's Failure in Education
Box 9 Jan 1, 1968 The Many Faces of Open Housing
Box 9 Feb 3, 1968 A Closet Full of Skeletons
Box 9 Feb 28, 1968 The Desperados
Box 9 Apr 5, 1968 Tempests in the Coffee-pot
Box 9 May 4, 1968 Toward a Long, Cool Summer
Box 9 Jun 5, 1968 Collective Guilt
Box 9 Jul 2, 1968 The Great Ghetto Swindle
Box 9 Aug 1, 1968 A Massacre of Fictions
Box 9 Sep 4, 1968 Chicago: Ominous Portent
Box 9 Oct 3, 1968 Narcotics, Anyone?
Box 9 Oct 31, 1968 The Drive for Discrimination
Box 9 Dec 1, 1968 NAACP: A Great Light Dawns
Box 9 Jan 6, 1969 How Black is Your Alma Mater?
Box 9 Feb 5, 1969 Who's Loony Now?
Box 9 Mar 3, 1969 Orphans of the Storm
Box 9 Jun 27, 1969 Cinema Sodom
Box 9 Jul 3, 1969 No Hidin' Place
Box 9 Aug 7, 1969 Dangerous Games
Box 9 Sep 2, 1969 Why Not Detention?
Box 9 Oct 6, 1969 More Nerve Than Tracy!
Box 9 Nov 5, 1969 The "Black Capitalism" Hoax
Box 9 Nov 7, 1969 Canonization of Dr. King
Box 9 Dec 6, 1969 The Foresight Saga
Box 9 Jan 3, 1970 Insanity Fair
Box 9 Feb 3, 1970 Friends of Foes
Box 9 Mar 5, 1970 Mortarboard Madness
Box 9 May 28, 1970 Reincarnation of the Jungle
Box 9 Jun 14, 1970 Vouchers for Freedom
Box 9 Aug 3, 1970 The General Opts Out
Box 9 Nov 7, 1970 New Dope for Old
Box 9 Dec 28, 1970 Educational Phantasmagoria
Box 9 Mar 5, 1971 Mau-Mauing Marches On
Box 9 Jun 1, 1971 Miseducation
Box 9 Jun 5, 1971 In Defense of Snooping
Typescripts, speeches
Box 9 Itinerary Logs 1965-1968
Speeches
Box 9 Was There Much Ado About Nothing? Josephine Baker vs. Stork Club circa 1951
Box 9 [80th birthday of Carl Van Vechten] Jun 20, 1960
Box 9 The Case Against the Civil Rights Bill Nov 11, 1963
Box 9 [Introduction] Apr 19, 1965
Box 9 The United Nations Apr 26 , 1965 - two versions
Box 9 Domestic Peace Corps. Aug 30, 1965
Box 9 Black Men as Fighters Spring 1966
Box 9 The Siege of Mississippi Jun 29, 1966
Box 9 The Future of the American Negro Apr 6, 1967
Box 9 [Acceptance Speech, Portchester, New York, American Legion Club Jun 16, 1967
Box 9 Rhodesian Realities Jan 5, 1968 - 2 copies
Box 9 The Need for Conservatisim Feb 15, 1968
Box 9 Build With Youth for a Better World Apr 20, 1968
Box 9 Civil Rights May 5, 1968 - 2 copies
Box 9 America's and South Africa's Multiracialism Jul 5, 1968
Box 9 Conservative Priority List Nov 16, 1968
Box 9 The Communist Conspiracy Against Negroes Feb 18, 1969
Box 9 The Inner Rot of Society Nov 8, 1969
Box 9 Youth in the Mire Nov 20, 1969

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Selected index to correspondence

  • Caldwell, Erskine (1903-1987), author : 10/31/64 TLS from E.C. to G.S.S.; 11/02/64 TL to E.C. from G.S.S.; 12/02/64 TLS from E.C. to G.S.S.; 12/04/64 TL to E.C. from G.S.S.; 12/08/64 TL to E.C. from G.S.S.; 12/09/64 TL to E.C. from G.S.S.; 12/12/64 TL to E.C. from G.S.S.
  • Cowley, Malcom (1898-1989), author : 4/03/31 TLS from M.C. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jan-Jun 1931
  • Cunard, Nancy (1896-1965) Hour Press : 6/20/31 TLS from N.C. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jun 1931-Feb 1932
  • DuBois, W.E.B. (1868-1963), professor, editor of The Crisis, organizer of 1919 Pan-African Congress : 1/27/32 TL to W.D. from G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jun 1931-Feb 1932
  • Earhart, Amelia (Mrs. George Putnam) (1898-1937), aviator : 6/27/32 TLS from A.E. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Aug 1931-Mar 1933
  • Ellison, Ralph (1913-1994), author : 11/21/64 TLS from R.E. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date
  • Farmer, James (1920-1999), civil rights leader : 12/13/64TL to J.F. from G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date
  • Hoffer, Eric (1902-1983), author : 12/05/64 ALS from E.H. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; 12/09/64 ALS from E.H. to G.S.S.; 12/30/64 ALS from E.H. to G.S.S.
  • McKinney, Harold, for Robert Welch : 1/14/66 TLS from H.M. to G.S.S.; 1/18/66 TL to H.M. from G.S.S.
  • Mencken, H. L. (1880-1956), author, editor of American Mercury : 10/03/30 TLS from H.M. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook 1912-1930; 8/03/48 TLS from H.M. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; undated TLS from H.M. to G.S.S.- Correspondence, by date
  • Nelson, Alice Dunbar (1875-1935), author : 1/13/31 TLS from A.N. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jan-Jun 1931
  • Otis, Elizabeth, for Erskine Caldwell : 11/02/64 TL to E.O. from G.S.S.; 12/01/64 TL to E.O. from G.S.S.; 12/02/64 TL from E.O. to G.S.S.
  • Robinson, Jackie (1919-1972), baseball player, business man Chock Full O' Nuts : 12/08/64 TL to J.R. from G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; 12/15/64 TLS from J.R. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date
  • Schafly, Phyllis (1924- ), author : 4/23/69 TLS from P.S. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, American Opinion
  • Smith, Lillian E. (1877-1966), author : 10/13/64 TLS to L.S. from G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date includes ALS from L.S. to G.S.S.
  • Van Vechten, Carl (1880-1964), author, photographer : 1/28/31 ALS from C.V. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jan-Jun 1931
  • Welch, Robert (1899-1985), political idealogue, John Birch Society founder, editor of American Opinion : 10/29/65 TLS from R.W. to G.S.S. Correspondence, by date; 11/01/65 TL to R.W. from G.S.S.; 11/12/65 TLS; ALS from R.W. to G.S.S.; 11/23/65 TLS from R.W. to G.S.S.; 11/24/65 TL to R.W. from G.S.S.; 12/07/65 TL to R.W. from G.S.S. - Correspondence, American Opinion Speakers Bureau; 12/17/65 TLS from R.W. to G.S.S. Correspondence, American Opinion; 12/20/65 TL to R.W. from G.S.S. - Correspondence, American Opinion; 11/25/66 TLS from R.W. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; 11/28/66 TL to R.W. from G.S.S.; 7/21/67 TLS from R.W. to G.S.S.
  • Weyl, Nathaniel (1910-2005), author, economist : 8/15/58 ALS from N.W. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; 10/07/64 TLS from N.W. to G.S.S.; 1/13/65 TLS from N.W. to G.S.S.; 5/08/65 TLS from N.W. to G.S.S.; 1/03/66 TLS from N.W. to G.S.S. - Scrapbook Jun 1959-Jun 1960
  • Wilkins, Roy (1901-1981), civil rights leader, executive secretaryNAACP, editor of The Crisis NAACP organ : 12/08/64 TL to R.W. from G.S.S. Correspondence, by date
  • Young, Whitney M., Jr. (1921-1971), author, civil rights leader : 11/02/64 TLS from W.Y. to G.S.S. - Correspondence, by date; 11/03/64 TL to W.Y. from G.S.S.

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