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Corollary Material (2 folders), n.d., 1951, 1993-1994, 2005

 File — Box: 4


From the Series:

This series contains administrative records of the Lower Roxbury Black History Project (LRBHP). For the project, Lolita Parker Jr. (LPJ) visited the Boston Housing Authority and Bostonian Society to collect background information and maps on Lenox Street, Kendall Street, and other locales in Roxbury. She also photographed the People's Baptist Church and other buildings in the area. All of her research and photographs are located in the Archival and Community Research folder. Parker also photographed a meeting of LRBHP advisory board and herself conducting interviews and scanning, the images are located in the AV Materials Documenting Lower Roxbury Black History Project folder. In the Audiovisual folder, there are samples of audio and video from several of the interviews and video title pages created by LPJ listing the interviewee and date. The administrative files also contain interviewee donor files including contact sheets of scans and photographs, background research on interviewees, and promotional material such as LRBHP posters requesting interviews and a PowerPoint presentation on the LRBHP that Parker gave to Northeastern President Joseph Aoun and other members of the University.

Also included in this series are signed interview release forms and, if the interviewee had corollary material photographed or digitized, an additional release for that material. Included with some of the corollary release forms are contact sheets created by LPJ of the scans and photographs. Researchers should note not all of the interviewees signed release forms. This series also includes partial, unedited, and edited transcripts of interviews listed in Series 1.


  • Creation: n.d., 1951, 1993-1994, 2005


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

Entirely in English.

Conditions Governing Access:

The collection is unrestricted.


From the Collection: 758.28 Gigabytes

From the Collection: 1.05 cubic feet (4 containers, 1 flat file folder)

Repository Details

Part of the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections Repository

Snell Library
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston MA 02115 US