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    • Correspondence, Box 5, Folder 25, page 001

    • Correspondence, Box 5, Folder 25, page 001

    • Letter, Correspondence, Jackson State University, Ford Foundation, The Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, National Endowment for the Humanities, Fundraising, Phillis Wheatley, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King,...

    • Letter to Dr. Benjamin Payton, Director of Minority Affairs for the Ford Foundation. Margaret Walker is writing to Dr. Payton in regards to the Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, in hopes of discussing with him...
    • Correspondence, Box 5, Folder 25, page 002

    • Correspondence, Box 5, Folder 25, page 002

    • Letter, Correspondence, Jackson State University, Ford Foundation, The Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, National Endowment for the Humanities, Fundraising, Phillis Wheatley, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King,...

    • Letter to Dr. Benjamin Payton, Director of Minority Affairs for the Ford Foundation. Margaret Walker is writing to Dr. Payton in regards to the Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, in hopes of discussing with him...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 001

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 001

    • Writing, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Political Science, Women’s Studies, Correspondence, Letters

    • A letter from Margaret Walker to Ms. Dottie Abbot of the Center for Southern Culture at the University of Ole Miss. Margaret Walker is writing to inform Ms. Abbot that she does not want two have two editors for the book she is working on.
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 002

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 002

    • Writing, Poetry, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Lineage,” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University Press of Mississippi.

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s poem “Lineage” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi under the sponsorship of the Center for the...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 003

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 003

    • Writing, Poetry, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Childhood,” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University Press of Mississippi.

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s poem “Childhood” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi under the sponsorship of the Center for the...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 004

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 004

    • Writing, Poetry, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Molly Means,” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University Press of Mississippi.

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s poem “Molly Means” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi under the sponsorship of the Center for the...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 005

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 005

    • Writing, Poetry, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Growing Out of Shadow,” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University Press of Mississippi.

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s poem “Growing Out of Shadow” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi under the sponsorship of the...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 006

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 006

    • Writing, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Growing Out of Shadow,” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University Press of Mississippi.

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s “Growing Out of Shadow” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi under the sponsorship of the Center for...
    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 007

    • Correspondence, Box 6, Folder 1, page 007

    • Writing, Publishing, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Letters, Correspondence, “Address to ‘Mississippi and the Nation in the 1980s,’” Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, University...

    • Agreement form to grant permission to publish Margaret Walker’s “Address to ‘Mississippi and the Nation in the 1980s’” in Mississippi Writers: Reflections on Childhood and Youth, to be published by The University Press of Mississippi...
    • Correspondence, Series 1, Box 5, Folder 25

    • Correspondence, Series 1, Box 5, Folder 25

    • Letter, Correspondence, Jackson State University, Ford Foundation, The Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, National Endowment for the Humanities, Fundraising, Phillis Wheatley, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King,...

    • Letter to Dr. Benjamin Payton, Director of Minority Affairs for the Ford Foundation. Margaret Walker is writing to Dr. Payton in regards to the Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, in hopes of discussing with him...
    • Journal 009

    • Journal 009

    • Personal, Political, Revolution, Self Realization, Economics, Family, Religion, Relationship, Culture, Education,

    • Journal 9 was written in 1937, she writes about keeping a journal Love, thoughts, work, adopting left Socialist way of thinking, the down fall of Capitalism and Negro Renaissance, Economic struggles in south and mothers thoughts on economic...
    • journal 019, Page 028

    • journal 019, Page 028

    • Writing, Publishing, Poverty, Slavery, Mississippi Delta, race, Racism, Politics, Culture

    • Margaret Walker writes about her new novel. She writes that her first task is to find an effective way to re-create, in her story, the realities of the Mississippi Delta such as poverty, segregation, and racism.
    • journal 019, Page 352

    • journal 019, Page 352

    • Career, Marriage, Writing, African American Women, African Americans, Class, Finances, Education, Culture, Race

    • Margaret Walker writes about the attributes she has that will contribute to her being a good writer. She focuses on the need for writers to have a good social network of people that can help the writer along the way.
    • Journal 082, page 137

    • Journal 082, page 137

    • Jackson State College, Education, Jubilee, For My People, Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People

    • Margaret Walker writes a press release, as an introduction of her new position at Jackson State-Director of the Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People.
    • Journal 082, page 138

    • Journal 082, page 138

    • Jackson State College, Education, Jubilee, For My People, Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People

    • Margaret Walker writes a press release, as an introduction of her new position at Jackson State-Director of the Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People.
    • Journal 082, page 139

    • Journal 082, page 139

    • Jackson State College, Writing, Publishing, Education, Jubilee, For My People, Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People

    • Margaret Walker writes a press release, as an introduction of her new position at Jackson State-Director of the Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People.
    • Journal 085, page 008

    • Journal 085, page 008

    • Politics, Economics, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Medgar Evers, Revolution, Culture

    • Margaret Walker writes that Blacks must unite and organize to achieve political and economic power. She writes that the new generation of young leaders is taking on this responsibility.
    • Journal 085, page 042

    • Journal 085, page 042

    • Education, Revolution, Jackson State College, Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, Black Studies

    • Margaret Walker writes about Black Studies Programs on college campuses. She mentions the state of the program at Jackson State, and says that all over the country both Black and white students are demanding these programs at their schools.

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