RG1254.AM:  National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

Records:  1913-1939; 1948-1949
Size:  Three reels of microfilm and one folder


This collection is arranged in two subgroups:  1) NAACP Branch Files, 1913-1939 [microfilm only]; and 2) Records of the University of Nebraska Student NAACP, 1948-1949.  The Branch materials of Subgroup 1 consist of activity files, reports finance and membership records, etc. sent to the National office from Lincoln, Omaha and Alliance, Nebraska.  The files also include files relating to lynching in Nebraska.  The original Branch files are housed in the collections of the Library of Congress Manuscript Division; only the microfilm copies are available at Histoyr Nebraska.  Subgroup 2 contains a small amount of minutes and other records documenting the activities of the University of Nebraska Student NAACP group in 1948-1949.

Note:  The microfilm is not available for interlibrary loan.

Subject headings:

African Americans — Nebraska
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Race relations — Nebraska

KFK                   01-23-2003
Revised TMM    03-14-2018

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