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John M. Ragland collection of visual materials

Items relating to John Ragland, his family and his career, ca. 1917 to 1970's, working for the betterment of African Americans, economically and socially, in Ohio, in Chicago, in the U.S. Army during World War II; and as executive director of the South Central Association (Chicago). Also includes materials relating to his son, Albert Ragland while serving as executive director

Timuel Black papers

Reports, brochures, convention packets, newspaper clippings, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, pamphlets, publications, course materials, and other papers of Timuel D. Black, Jr., a Chicago educator, civil rights and labor rights activist, and oral historian. Materials largely pertain to the civil rights movement in education. Also present are materials by or about the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, the Negro American Labor Council,