011 Finding Aids
These finding aids are descriptive documents created to allow retrieval of items within a specific collection. Types of finding aids include file lists, inventories and guides.
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Posters of Nelson Mandela (2016-11-07)Nelson Mandela: His Life In the Struggle, Portable Exhibition of Photographs Produced and Published by International Defense & Aid Fund For Southern Africa
Guide to the Papers of Mark Moody (2016-02-08)Bob Mants was one of the leaders of Friends of the Trail, an organization based in Selma to protect the Historic Civil Rights Trail. The Historic Civil Rights trail marks the march of thousands of Civil Rights activists ...
Guide to the Papers of Thomas G. Robischon (2015-11-10)Thomas (Tom) G. Robischon was a philosophy professor at Tuskegee University in the 1960s. His papers and materials cover his own lecture notes, speeches, and Tuskegee University administrative materials as well as Civil ...
Papers of K.l. Buford (2013-09-30)K.L. Buford succeeded William E. Carson as pastor of Butler Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church on July 22, 1956. Buford took the appointment in Tuskegee after leaving a similar appointment at Martin Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church in ...
Guide to the Records of Black Women Oral History Project (2013-09-30)Information about oral history interviews of fifty-nine African American women who had made significant contributions through professional or voluntary work. The interviews were conducted from 1976 to 1985 for the Schlesinger ...