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Thu Feb 12 22:12:49 2015 UTClccn-nr000143600.26Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black community /0.391.00Jane Matilda Bolin papers,44135700Jane_Bolinnr 000143605287675Bolin, Jane 1908-2007Bolin, Jane Matilda 1908-2007Mizzelle, Ralph E. 1908-2007 MrsMizzelle, Ralph E., Mrs., 1908-2007Offutt, Walter P. 1908-2007 MrsOffutt, Walter P., Mrs., 1908-2007lccn-n98092462McLeod, Jacquelineautlccn-n96106294Pendergast, Saranp-phipps, wintleyPhipps, Wintleylccn-no97035167Bradley, Ed1941-2006lccn-nb2007009621Pace, Bettylccn-n2009057470Boyd, Gerald M.lccn-n2003055253Burt-Murray, Angelalccn-no2001040641Howard, Terrencelccn-n85289344Campbell, Bebe Moore1950-2006lccn-no2002031238Banks, Michelle A.Bolin, Jane M.(Jane Matilda)1908-2007ArchivesNew York (State)--New YorkWomen judgesAfrican American judgesBlacksAfrican AmericansLevert, GeraldAndrews, Benny,Bolin, Jane M.--(Jane Matilda),Boyd, Gerald MPaterson, David ADunham, KatherinePhipps, WintleyHemphill, Jessie MaeVandross, LutherCampbell, Bebe Moore,Cosby, Bill,Dungy, TonyKelley, Malcolm David,Gaston, A. G.--(Arthur George),O'Neil, Buck,Pace, BettyỌlọjẹde, Dele,Brown, Clarence,Gray, Farrah,Brooks, TyroneHoward, TerrenceBanks, Michelle AEpps, OmarLenox, AdrianeBennett, Gwendolyn,Edwards, Willarda VBurt-Murray, AngelaWebber, Chris,Matthews, MarkJamerson, James,Stinson, Denise LBradley, Ed,Klugh, EarlPreston, BillyBing, Dave,Marshall, Kerry James,Cobb, William JelaniPickens, JamesPendergrass, TeddyAlexander, Sadie Tanner Mossell,Fishburne, Laurence,Rock, ChrisBenson, George,White, Jesse,Hedgeman, Anna Arnold,190820071950199319992002200720111343712E185.5151ocn034103666book19930.94National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleNAACP 1940-55ArchivesMajor topics: Selection of woman member of board of directors; branch activities; factionalism and internal politics; board nomination procedures; friction between staff and Board; press relations; youth programs; resignations; policies and procedures; role of vice presidents; National Emergency Civil Rights Mobilization; cooperation with Congress of Industrial Organizations12113ocn827454874file20110.39McLeod, JacquelineDaughter of the Empire State the life of Judge Jane BolinBiography"This long overdue biography of the nation's first African American woman judge elevates Jane Matilda Bolin to her rightful place in American history as an activist, integrationist, jurist, and outspoken public figure in the political and professional milieu of New York City before the onset of the modern Civil Rights movement. Bolin was appointed to New York City's domestic relations court in 1939 for the first of four ten-year terms. When she retired in 1978, her career had extended well beyond the courtroom. Drawing on archival materials as well as a meeting with Bolin in 2002, historian Jacqueline A. McLeod reveals how Bolin parlayed her judicial position to impact significant reforms of the legal and social service system in New York. Beginning with Bolin's childhood and educational experiences at Wellesley and Yale, Daughter of the Empire State chronicles Bolin's relatively quick rise through the ranks of a profession that routinely excluded both women and African Americans. Deftly situating Bolin's experiences within the history of black women lawyers and the historical context of high-achieving black New Englanders, McLeod offers a multi-layered analysis of black women's professionalization in a segregated America. Linking Bolin's activist leanings and integrationist zeal to her involvement in the NAACP, McLeod analyzes Bolin's involvement at the local level as well as her tenure on the organization's national board of directors. An outspoken critic of the discriminatory practices of New York City's probation department and juvenile placement facilities, Bolin also co-founded, with Eleanor Roosevelt, the Wiltwyck School for boys in upstate New York and campaigned to transform the Domestic Relations Court with her judicial colleagues. McLeod's careful and highly readable account of these accomplishments inscribes Bolin onto the roster of important social reformers and early civil rights trailblazers"--Provided by publisher+-+8201857075771ocn162135721file20070.35Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyProvides informative biographical profiles of the important and influential persons of African American and/or black heritage. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields, including architecture, art, business, dance, education, fashion, film, industry, journalism, law, literature, medicine, music, politics and government, publishing, religion, science and technology, social issues, sports, television, theater, and others+-+8684212325331ocn527366278book19990.26Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+046971232553ocn056564022mix20020.47McLeod, Jacqueline AllisonJane Matilda Bolin : a pioneer for justice, 1939-1978Biography11ocn122580401mix1.00Bolin, Jane MJane Matilda Bolin papersBiographical sketches, some legal decisions, and other papers; correspondence concerning awards, honorary degrees, her retirement, and other matters; texts of several speeches; invitations to official events; and papers regarding her resignation from the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Also, news clippings, certificates and diplomas, and articles about her father, Gaius C. Bolin, the first black graduate of Williams College and an attorney12ocn144692001rcrd19501.00Destination freedom the case of Samuel Jamison. (Radio program)Trials, litigation, etc+-+8201857075Fri Feb 13 11:14:52 EST 2015batch9926