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Activists; African Americans
African American men and women activists.
Wilkes, William R.: 1960
African Americans; African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church; Wilberforce University
Bishop, Third Episcopal District, Africal Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church.
Chair, Board of Trustees, Wilberforce University.
Crosby, Edward W.: 1969
African Americans; Education; Institute for African American Studies; Kent State University
Director, Institute for African American Studies, Kent State University, 1969-.
Stewart, James Robert: 1940
African Americans; Universal Negro Improvement Association; African Communities League
President General, Universal Negro Improvement Assn.
President, African Communities League.
Walker, D. Ormonde: 1936
African Americans; Clergy; St. James African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church; College administrators; Wilberforce University
Pastor, St. James African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church.
President, Wilberforce University, 1936-.
McCray, Thomas L.: 1968
African Americans; Clergy; Avery AME Church; St. James African Methodist Episcopal (Ame) Church; Greater Cleveland Council of Churches
Pastor, Greater Avery AME Church, 7505 Wade Park Ave, N.E., 1967-73.
President, Greater Cleveland Council of Churches, 1972-73.
Pastor, St. James AME Church, Cleveland.
Hughey, Andrew A.: 1980
African Americans; St. John's AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church; Clergy
Pastor, St. John's African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2261 E. 40th St.
Men carrying harvest from the Airport Work Relief Garden to the streetcar line, October, 1932
Public service employment; Gardens; Depressions; Agriculture; Harvesting; Street railroad stations; Land use; Vegetables; African Americans; Food
"A two mile walk from the garden to the Street Car line carrying the vegetables they produced during the year at the Airport Relief Garden"--photo verso.
African-American activists discuss plans for keeping the peace in the aftermath of the Glenville Shootout
African Americans; Peace Keepers; Glenville Shootout
"Baxter Hill, Lewis Robinson, William Picard, peacekeepers, Superior Ave. & East 105th St." --photo verso. The three men were among the African-American community leaders who tried to keep the peace in...
Apartment building at 15009 Darwin Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio in 1948
Darwin Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Apartments; African Americans
"Six-suiter at 15009 Darwin Avenue" -- photo verso.
Ethnic And Race Relations; Neighborhoods; African Americans
"Well kept negro neighborhood, once white" -- text from photo verso.
Ralph J. Perk meets with African-American students
Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Students; African Americans; Wilberforce University
"Seated next to mayor: Andrea L. Norphleet, 13160 Glenside. Standing left to right: Harold Bonner, 12405 Phillips; Victoria White, 15632 Euclid [Ave]., Cynthia Johnson, 1592 E. 86th St.; Karen Neal, 16803...
Cleveland Mayor Ralph J. Perk meets with representatives of Cleveland's African-American community
Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; African Americans; Meetings; City Hall; Busing (School integration)
"Mayor Perk meets with representatives of the black community over his support of an anti-busing proposal." -- photo verso.
Old Angle Gym
Gymnasiums; African Americans; Boxing; Women
Boxing's only woman manager at the time, Mrs. Ruth Whitney of Binghamton, NY with Joe Taylor, Binghampton middle weight preparing for his Cleveland debut in the Arena. They worked out at Old Angle Gym....
Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament
Schools; Students; African Americans; Catholics, Roman; Nuns
Rev. Thomas McKenney and 8th grade graduates with attending angels at the Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School in June 1929.
Ohio State Industrial Commission
Industry; Organizations; African Americans
Mrs. Lillian W. Burke, Ohio State Industrial Commission.
African Americans; Urban growth
Left to right: L.R. Abbott (Urban Consultants, Model Cities) and attorney Clarence D. Rogers, Jr.
Employment agencies; Business people; African Americans
Norman Thomas, Ernest Jones, Bill Hicks.
Theaters; Actors; African Americans
Scene of Dying Souls at the Humanist Theater. From left to right: Ms. Janice Singleton, Mr. Ellis Bell, Ms. Audrey Cobb, Ms. Mary Dorsey and Mr. Reggie Carter.
African Americans; Youth; Boys
Members of Tomorrow's Men.
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