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Thu Oct 16 17:51:38 2014 UTClccn-n850160160.10United Negro college fund college guide : 41 places to expand your mind /0.571.00Research report /138433401n 850160161312929UNCFlccn-n88207232Goodson, Martia Grahamedtlccn-n80036583Tuskegee Institutelccn-n88207231Patterson, Frederick D.(Frederick Douglass)1901-1988lccn-n2003044751Gasman, Marybethlccn-n88181050Tellefsen, Thomas E.lccn-no2001100367Richardson, Harry V.(Harry VanBuren)1901-1990auilccn-no98008067Voice of America Music Library Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n80049704National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoplelccn-no2004085359Frederick D. Patterson Research Institutelccn-n2002127912Trent, William J.spkUnited Negro College FundDirectoriesPeriodicalsHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsUnited Negro College FundTuskegee InstitutePresidentsPatterson, Frederick D.--(Frederick Douglass),Universities and colleges--AdministrationAfrican American universities and collegesUnited StatesAfrican Americans--Education (Higher)African American college students--Scholarships, fellowships, etcArchivesAfrican Americans--EducationAfrican AmericansNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleUniversities and collegesAfrican Americans--EmploymentAfrican Americans--Civil rightsOhioUnited States.--Committee on Fair Employment PracticeDiscrimination in employmentAcademic achievementOccupational trainingStudent aidCivil rights movementsAfrican American athletesEducation, HigherCigarettes--MarketingAfrican American businesspeopleAfrican American entertainersAdvertising--CigarettesRace relationsAfrican Americans in mass mediaAfrican American college graduatesCounseling in adult educationEducational fund raisingAfrican American universities and colleges--FinanceAfrican Americans--Scholarships, fellowships, etcAfrican Americans--Professional educationFinanceCollege presidentsStudent affairs administratorsIndiana--IndianapolisIndianaAfrican Americans in artCollege administratorsCivil rights workersAfrican American college studentsUniversities and colleges, Black--AdministrationHospitalsDu Bois, Shirley Graham,Hoosier State Medical Association19201944194519461947195019511954195519571959196019611962196319651966196819701971197219731976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519971998199920002002200320052006200720143463414468378.1LB23413823ocn020320192book19900.70Tellefsen, Thomas EImproving college management : an integrated systems approach315ocn011936508serial0.95United Negro College FundUNCF statistical report of the member institutionsPeriodicals201ocn041889985book19990.66Two decades of progress : African Americans moving forward in higher education191ocn007929350book19810.47Resnick, Jane RCETA orientation and proposal development : a handbook for historically black colleges182ocn033861264visu19900.77Rare black short subjects the negro in industry, sports & entertainmentHistoryPrograms and newsreel footage produced in the 1940's highlighting the accomplishments of African Americans, particularly in industry, sports and entertainment. Includes advertisements by Chesterfield cigarettes to promote Black pride172ocn015726206book19870.94Kirschner, Alan HAccess to college : the impact of federal financial aid policies at private historically black colleges161ocn009779728serial0.92Directory of traditionally Black colleges and universities in the United States (four year institutions only)Directories131ocn043383741book20000.53Golden book of excellence112ocn011701040serial0.47United Negro College FundAnnual reportPeriodicals101ocn046949340book19470.88United Negro College Fund"Teach hope to all"Biography61ocn010087491book19710.95Directory of traditionally black colleges and universities in the United States (four-year institutions only)Directories61ocn047250107serial0.66Review of African American educationPeriodicals63ocn023245874serial0.92A Mind is a terrible thing to wastePeriodicals51ocn044496594book19880.29Williams, Alma ReneĢA research history of the United Negro College Fund, Inc., 1944-1987History51ocn018108203book19610.97United Negro College FundThe private Negro college [statement from the Board of Directors of the United Negro College Fund41ocn024048609serial1.00Research reportPeriodicals42ocn083028677book1.00Templeton, RobertLest we forget : images of the Black civil rights movementExhibition catalogs42ocn244787626file0.96Directory of traditionally black colleges and universities in the United StatesDirectories21ocn063519067file0.47United Negro College FundUnited Negro College Fund web siteThe United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is the nation's largest, oldest, most successful and most comprehensive minority higher education assistance organization. UNCF provides operating funds and technology enhancement services for 39 member historically black colleges and universities scholarships and internships for students at about 900 institutions and faculty and administrative professional training21ocn029176882book19930.10United Negro College FundUnited Negro college fund college guide : 41 places to expand your mindDirectories12755ocn426057244file19900.50Patterson, Frederick DChronicles of faith the autobiography of Frederick D. PattersonHistoryBiography10104ocn310122470file20070.53Gasman, MarybethEnvisioning black colleges a history of the United Negro College FundHistoryEtched into America's consciousness is the United Negro College Fund's phrase "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." This book tells the multifaceted story of the organization's efforts on behalf of black colleges against the backdrop of the Cold War and the civil rights movement. Founded during the post--World War II period as a successor to white philanthropic efforts, the UNCF nevertheless retained vestiges of outside control. In its early years the organization was restrained in its critique of segregation and reluctant to lodge a challenge against institutional and cultural racism. Through written and oral histories, archival documents, and a cogent analysis of the group's outreach and advertising campaigns, historian Marybeth Gasman examines the UNCF's struggle to create an identity apart from white benefactors and evolve into a vehicle for black empowerment. The first history of the UNCF, Envisioning Black Colleges draws attention to the significance of black colleges in higher education and the role they played in America's struggle for equality+-+K951336535591ocn002278030serial0.92United Negro College FundAnnual statistical report of the member institutionsPeriodicals591ocn012551226book19850.77United Negro College FundUnited Negro College Fund archives : a guide and indexHistoryBibliographyDirectories241ocn028553889book19910.95NAACP 1940-55ArchivesCorrespondence, memoranda, telegrams, and reports concerning employment employment discrimination in roller bearing industry, Canton; Walter White's testimony before U.S. Senate about permanent FEPC; Harvey S. Firestone support for United Negro College Fund. Principal correspondents: U.S. Sen. William Benton; Walter White181ocn030697998book19940.53Enhancing Black College Leadership (Project)Coming together : report of the Advisory Committee on the project Enhancing Black College Leadership111ocn045203412book19970.92National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleNAACP administrative fileHistoryArchivesMajor topics: Address by William S. Carlson at Western New York United Negro College Fund dinner; Contributions for United Negro College Fund; Fund-raising activities; Aims and objectives of United Negro Christian Army; NAACP position on all African-American colleges83ocn005120320mix19770.84Williams, Lea EstherThe United Negro College Fund : its growth and developmentHistory62ocn023267324book19920.92United Negro College FundUnited Negro College Fund archives, 1944-1980HistoryArchivesSources51ocn002236374mix19680.88Wade, CharlesA survey of student personnel services in the thirty-three private predominantly Negro colleges of the United Negro College Fund42ocn033326349mix19920.95Williams, JohnFactors related to fund-raising outcomes at United Negro College Fund member institutions41ocn012542333book19820.97United Negro College FundArchivesArchivesSources" ... approximately 400,000 pages of primary source material which document the activities of the UNCF from its inception in 1944 to 1965, with some collections of public material ranging to the 1980's."--Page vii, United Negro College Fund archives : a guide and index31ocn002602382mix19680.82Stenhouse, Richard EugeneCurrent status of chief student personnel administrators in United Negro College Fund member institutions32ocn019368293book19880.19United Negro College FundStudent handbook31ocn007930438mix19810.47Cranford, Evies OAdministrators' perceptions of the role of second-in-command at United Negro College Fund, Incorporated colleges and universities : selected case studies31ocn171556296book20060.47Sloans & KenyonSloans & Kenyon Auctioneers and Appraisers21ocn862927445book19440.92America is free to choose21ocn019771461mix1.00Middleton, Harvey NPapersPapers relating to Middleton's civic and medical careers. Civic papers deal with his involvement with the Indianapolis Metropolitan, Senate Avenue, and Fall Creek Parkway YMCAs; Flanner House and its health center; Meharry Medical College and Middleton's 50th class reunion; and the United Negro College Fund. Medical papers include his articles on cardiology; records of the Hoosier State Medical Association and other medical organizations; and bylaws and staff materials for Indianapolis hospitals. Also included is personal correspondence and an autobiographical sketch22ocn051197705book20021.00Hibbert, Lianne Loen PatriciaA case study of the minority recruitment programs of the Ecological Society of America and the Missouri Department of Conservation21ocn019771707file1.00Richardson, Henry JPapersThe collection is organized into twelve series: Biographical Information and Personal Correspondence; General Correspondence relating to particular organizations and topics; Obituaries, Papers and Certificates; Organizations; Urban League Indianapolis; Urban League National; African American History; Legal, Minority Housing; Racial Relations, School Desegregation; Essays, Speeches, Statements, and Programs; Clippings and Scrapbooks; and Audiotapes. The correspondence includes family correspondence and correspondence with noted civil rights promoters and politicians such as Shirley Graham Du Bois, Benjamin Mays, Thurgood Marshall, and Martin Luther King, Jr., and from groups in which Richardson played a role, including the Urban League, the NAACP, the United Negro College Fund, and the Church Federation of Indianapolis. Numerous speeches and public statements are also included+-+K951336535Thu Oct 16 15:52:36 EDT 2014batch26577