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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, Series 1, Box 10, Folder 6, Page 001

    • Correspondence, Series 1, Box 10, Folder 6, Page 001

    • Letters, Correspondence, Southeastern University, Public Speaking Engagements, African American Writers, African American Literature, History, African American Art, African American Music, Science, Albert Einstein

    • A letter from Margaret Walker to Dr. Florence Agbonyitor, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences at Southeastern University. The letter concerns a speaking engagement involving black authors that Margaret Walker accepts at the university
    • 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 082, page 002

    • Journal 082, page 002

    • Poem, Notes, Jackson State College, Dr. John A. Peoples, Education, Philanthropy, Christianity, Spirituality, Freedom, African American Men

    • Notes for a poem entitled, “Ode to President Dr. John A. Peoples-On the Occasion of his Inauguration as the Sixth President of Jackson State College”
    • Journal 082, page 003

    • Journal 082, page 003

    • Truth, Destiny, The South, Poem, Notes, Jackson State College, Dr. John A. Peoples, Education, Philanthropy, Christianity, Spirituality, Freedom, African American Men

    • Notes for a poem entitled, “Ode to President Dr. John A. Peoples-On the Occasion of his Inauguration as the Sixth President of Jackson State College”
    • Journal 082, page 004

    • Journal 082, page 004

    • African American Men, Poem, Notes, Jackson State College, Dr. John A. Peoples, Education, Truth, Freedom

    • Notes for a poem entitled, “Ode to President Dr. John A. Peoples-On the Occasion of his Inauguration as the Sixth President of Jackson State College”
    • Journal 082, page 006

    • Journal 082, page 006

    • Poem, Notes, Jackson State College, Dr. John A. Peoples, Education, Philanthropy, Christianity, Spirituality, Freedom, Racism, The Myths of Race, America, African American Men

    • Notes for a poem entitled, “Ode to President Dr. John A. Peoples-On the Occasion of his Inauguration as the Sixth President of Jackson State College”
    • Journal 082, page 007

    • Journal 082, page 007

    • Poem, Notes, Jackson State College, Dr. John A. Peoples, Education, Citizenship, Morality, Justice, Politics, Freedom, Science, The Universe, Time

    • Notes for a poem entitled, “Ode to President Dr. John A. Peoples-On the Occasion of his Inauguration as the Sixth President of Jackson State College”
    • Journal 082, page 061

    • Journal 082, page 061

    • Dr. John A. Peoples, Jackson State College, Letters, Creative Writing, Arts and Literature, Freedom, Truth

    • Margaret Walker writes a draft of a letter of invitation for Dr. People’s upcoming inauguration as president of Jackson State College on March 8-9, 1968. Also, she talks about the symposium, titled “Truth and Freedom for the College Campus,”...
    • Journal 082, page 063

    • Journal 082, page 063

    • Dr. John A. Peoples, Jackson State College, Letters, Creative Writing, Arts and Literature, Freedom, Truth, Health Care, Doctors

    • Margaret Walker continues the draft of the invitation letter for Dr. People’s inauguration as president at Jackson State College. She lists the distinguished speakers for the event. Margaret Walker concludes the draft of the invitation letter for...

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