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  • African American sheet music, circa 1880-1971
    music featuring artists and composers such as Cab Calloway Duke Ellington Stephen C Foster W C Handy Isaac Hayes Lena Horne Ink Spots Mahalia Jackson Mills Brothers and Jelly Roll Morton Also caricature pieces including blackface coon and minstrel songs ballads and spirituals Date 1880 issued Note The collection is open for research Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item African American sheet music Wyles

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  • African American sheet music collection, 1833-1874
    1874 Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract Six printed items some written in dialect with titles such as Shew Fly and Song of the Negro Boatmen 02 linear feet 1 folder Oversize boxed Date 1833 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item African American sheet music collection Wyles SC 1037 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library

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  • African American Stereoviews
    large sheet numbered but lacking captions These appear to be staged scenes with several images of children sitting on steps at play men playing cards eating sugar cane These possibly were intended for a foreign audience with FOREIGN TITLES notations below some images Extent 02 linear feet 1 folder Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or quote

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  • African American stereoviews, circa 1890s
    Online Archive of California Abstract 24 stereoviews various companies Includes scenes such as Cotton is King Plantation Scene Georgia and Down in Dixie along with many other stereotypical racist views and captions Date 1890 issued Note The collection is open for research Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item African American stereoviews Wyles Mss 144 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University of

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  • Finding Aid for the Center for African American Studies. Administrative files. 1941; 1969-1990.
    Collections University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 112 65 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 512 contains the administrative files of the Center for African American Studies at UCLA Background The UCLA Center for African American Studies was established in 1969 as the Center for Afro American Studies As an Organized Research Unit ORU the Center s mission was to develop and strengthen African American Studies through five primary organizational branches research academic programs library and media center special projects and publications The Center supported research that 1 expands the knowledge of the history lifestyles and sociocultural systems of people of African descent and 2 investigates problems that have bearing on the psychological social and economic well being of persons of African descent Extent 59 2 linear ft 148 boxes Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection is held by The Regents of the University of California The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE

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  • African American tintypes, circa 1860-1890
    Overview Title African American tintypes circa 1860 1890 Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract 5 portraits unidentified man woman and children 02 linear feet 1 folder Date 1860 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item African American tintypes Wyles SC 1010 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University of California Santa Barbara Physical Description 0 015

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  • Guide to the African Americans Affected by the East Bay Hills Fire Oral History Collection
    Americans Affected by the East Bay Hills Fire Oral History Collection MS184 Online items available Contact Oakland Public Library African American Museum and Library at Oakland View entire collection guide PDF 70 60 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The African Americans Affected by the East Bay Hills Fire Oral History Collection was an oral history project undertaken by the African American Museum Library at Oakland The African Americans Affected by the East Bay Hills Fire Oral History Collection consists of 10 interviews conducted from 1993 to 1995 with African Americans who were living in the East Bay during the Oakland hills firestorm of October 1991 Background The African Americans Affected by the East Bay Hills Fire Oral History Collection was an oral history project undertaken by the African American Museum Library at Oakland Interviews were conducted by Nicole C Atkinson Extent 75 linear feet 1 box Restrictions Permission to publish must be obtained from the African American Museum Library at Oakland Availability No access restrictions Collection is open to the public Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Access Access Restrictions Publication Rights Preferred Citation Acquisition Information Processing Information Biography

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  • African Americans and philanthropy in Oakland, 1987 May-June.
    Creator Contributor Watson Carole Interviewee Creator Contributor Joint Center for Political Studies U S Abstract Interviews with leaders of a sample of black men s women s church and community organizations concerning the nature extent and funding of their group s charitable activities Commissioned by the Joint Center for Political Studies Washington D C for a study of various cities with significant African American populations Date 1987 issued Subject n us ca Charities California Oakland African Americans California Oakland Social conditions Social service California Oakland African Americans California Interviews Note Interviews conducted by Gabrielle Morris No transcripts made Forms part of the Donated oral histories collection The Bancroft Library Interviewees include Octavia Barlow After School Academy Toni Cook Bay Black United Fund Lucille P Martin Alpha Kappa Alpha Vivene Reid Bethlehem Lutheran Church Marion Sims Boys Clubs of Oakland Francis Goodson Booker Gayton Parks AME Chapel James A Johnson Alpha Phi Alpha J Alfred Smith Jr Allen Temple Baptist Church Donald Sutton Office of Alameda County supervisor John George Carole Watson Urban League of the Bay Area These recordings are made available for research purposes only Partial publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California

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