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    • 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...
    • Journal 069

    • Journal 069

    • Religion, Iowa City, Poetry, Family, Education, Marriage, German, Latin, Southern Literature, Civil War, Medgar Evers, African American Women, African American Men, Latin Authors, Authors, Freedom Riders, Jim Crow, Holidays Cookery

    • Margaret Walker opened journal 69 with celebrating her 48th birthday. She reflects on her spirituality and discusses her health issues. She feels she has not reached her full potential in life and worried about the financial constrain of not...
    • Journal 087

    • Journal 087

    • Family, Literature, Awards-NEA and Fulbright, Southern Cookery, Black History, Women Educator

    • The journal 87 entries are from the period of October 1970 until March 1971. Margaret Walker was making plans for a National conference on black studies that would hold on February 17, 1971. She is concerned about her children especially Sigismund...
    • Journal 104

    • Journal 104

    • Family, Astrology, Holiday Cookery, Education, Southern Cookery, Poetry, Fiction

    • Journal 104 was written from 1978 to 1979. Margaret Walker writes about her trip to Florida with Alex, Haiti and her trip to Jamaica where her father was born. She was concern for the outcome of the case of Jubilee in Roots and comparing...
    • Journal 109

    • Journal 109

    • Travel, Richard Wright, family, black history, segregation, slavery, Marxism, Pan Africans, Southern Literature, Reagan Assassination Attempt, Religion-Jesus, Autobiography, Civil war, third world

    • Journal 109 was written from February to September 1981. In this journal, Margaret Walker talks about the problems and challenges that African Americans have to deal with and shed the light on some world events like Palestine war, Northern Ireland...
    • Journal 110

    • Journal 110

    • Margaret’s will, Western culture, Christianity, Richard Wright, Economic, Government, Southern Literature, Politics, Black immigration, American Naturalism

    • The main highlights of this journal, which was written from August to October 1981 were Margaret Walker declaring her wishes, expressed her belief that religion should be Christo-centric, and mentioned the protestant reformation. Margaret Walker...
    • Journal 112

    • Journal 112

    • Religion, Jesus Christ, Black Church, John Powell, WEB Dubois Award, Israel, Novelist, Women Writer, Author, African American Writer, Southern Cookery, Segregation, United States, Politics, Government, Economics, Civil War, Ole Miss, Family,...

    • In journal 112, Margaret Walker talks about the progress she made in her book "On the Personality of Jesus Christ" and outlines the several different believes on the divinity of Jesus Christ. She also talks about Richard Wright and black psychology...
    • Journal 115

    • Journal 115

    • Wright, Richard, Black Women, Black History, Jesse Jackson, Civil Rights, Religion, Politics, Women’s Rights, Racism, Southern Literature, Democratic Party, Work Schedule

    • Journal 115 was written from January to August 1984. In the beginning pages of this journal, Margaret Walker writes about the expected Luncheon of her book on Richard Wright during Fall as well as her reflection on life and some of her...
    • Journal 123

    • Journal 123

    • Wright Richard, United States, Government, Southern Crusade, Eugene Redmond, Jesse Jackson, NAACP, Civil Rights, Autobiography, Holiday - Easter, Poetry, Authors, Work Schedules, Family

    • Margaret Walker writes about her personal, work and family life in this journal, which covers the year of 1988. She started by writing about how and when the personality of a person develops, under the heading "The Web of Childhood". She then goes...
    • Journal 128

    • Journal 128

    • Prayer, Family, Civil Rights, Jesse Jackson, Politics, United States, Government, History, Racism, Creative Writing, Autobiography, Southern Literature, Christian, Bible, Richard Wright

    • Journal 128 was written in January, April of 1990. Margaret Walker opens this journal with a prayer, thanking God for allowing her to see a new year and a new decade. In her writing, she reflected in previous year and said it was busy but...

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