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Manuscripts/1. African American

 Record Group Term
Identifier: Manuscripts/1

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Dick Russell papers

 Collection
Identifier: M191
Overview Author Dick Russell published the book, Black Genius to highlight the achievements of prominent African Americans throughout American history. The collection is comprised of his research for the book. Russell currently lives in Massachusetts.

Dates: 1806-2009 (bulk 1995-1997)

Jean McGuire papers

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z06-001

Paul Parks papers

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z10-026

Phyllis M. Ryan papers

 Collection
Identifier: M094
Overview Phyllis Milgroom Ryan (1927-1998) began her career as a political activist while a student at Northeastern University. Following her graduation from Northeastern University in 1950, she worked as a psychiatric social worker in the Massachusetts state mental health system. In 1951, she married William J. Ryan, Jr. with whom she shared a passion for social justice and collaborated in political action for the next several decades. By the early 1960s Phyllis M. Ryan served as a media advisor and...
Dates: 1959-1988 (bulk 1961-1988)

Ronald W. Bailey oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: M153
Overview In 1989 and 1990, Milton Derr, Mel King, and Byron Rushing, three prominent members of Boston's African American community, were interviewed about their lives and work in preparation for a book by Ronald W. Bailey with Diane Turner and Robert Hayden, entitled Lower Roxbury: A Community of Treasures in the City of Boston. Milton Derr, a painter, illustrator and retired teacher, was born in 1932 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He moved to Boston to study at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and took...
Dates: 1989-1990