Primary Sources on Microfilm

  • African American Baptists
    • African-American Baptist annual reports, 1865-1990. Illinois. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 286.08996073 Af833
  • American Civil Liberties Union Archives, 1950-1990.
    • Civil Rights, 1943-1979 (bulk 1958-1970).   17 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 323.0973 Am35a
  • American Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Negro Studies. Microfilm series Negro newspapers for the American Council of Learned Societies. 12 reels. FILM 070.484 MI
  • American Missionary Association Archives.
    • [Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Gambia, Germany, Greece, Guiana (British), Guinea (Spanish), Haiti, and India]. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 266.023 AM35A2.
    • Jamaica. 6 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 972.9204 AM3A
    • Illinois. 15 reels. Illinois Hist Survey Cage FILM 291. 7209773 Am3a
    • [Liberia, Marquesas Islands Mission, Netherlands, Panama]. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 266.023 AM35A
    • American Missionary Association Manuscripts, Louisiana .  3 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 277.63 AM3A
  • Anti-slavery Collection, 18th-19th Centuries: from the Library of the Society of Friends (London).   25 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 326.4 SO1A [Digitally Accessible]
  • The Arthur A. Schomburg Papers. 12 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.910924SCH64S
  • Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching papers, 1930- 1942 .  8 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 AS78A
  • The Bayard Rustin Papers . 22 reels. FILM 323.1196073 R928B
  • Black Abolitionist Papers, 1830-1865 . 17 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.0496073 B561 [Digitally Accessible]
  • Black Academy of Arts and Letters Records, 1968-1980. 10 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 700.896073 B561B
  • Black Biographical Dictionaries, 1790-1950. 1070 microfiche. Main Ref. MFICHE 973.0496 B5613
  • The Black Culture Collection (Atlanta University). 652 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896 B5613 .  Reels 1-182. African section.–Reels 183-599. United States section.–Reels 600-633. South America and West Indies section.–Reels 634-652. Slavery in history section.
  • Black Literature, 1827-1940. 198 microfiche. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  Call Number: MFICHE 810.8 B5612.
  • Black Panther Documents (Dr. Huey P. Newton Microfilm Collection). 66 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 322.420973B561b. Includes brief checklist on 1st reel.
  • The Black Power Movement.
    • Part 1: Amiri Baraka from Black Arts to Black Radicalism. 9 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 B561
    • Part 2: The Papers of Robert F. Williams. 26 reels.
    • Part 3: Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1963-1996. 17 reels.
    • Part 4: The League of Revolutionary Black Workers, 1965-1976. 3 reels.
  • Black Workers in the Era of the Great Migration, 1916-1929 . 25 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 331.6396073 B561
  • Blacks in the Railroad Industry Collection, 1946-1954. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 331.6396073 B5672
  • British West Indies: Economic and Commercial Conditions in the Eastern Caribbean (Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Bermuda, British Guiana, the Leeward and Windward Islands). 14 microfiche sheets. MFICHE 330.9729 B777
  • The Carter G. Woodson Collection of Negro Papers and Related Documents. 10 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.0496073 W898c
  • Civil Rights During the Kennedy Administration. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.40973 C4992
    • Part 1: The White House Central Files and Staff Files and the President’s Office Files. 19 reels.
    • Part 2: The Papers of Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. 28 reels.
  • Claude A. Barnett Papers. Part 3: Subject Files on Black Americans, 1918-1967.
    • Series I: Race Relations, 1923-1965. 8 reels.  FILM 071.7311 C573i
    • Series K: Claude A. Barnett, personal and financial, 1920-1967. 3 reels. FILM 071.7311 C573k
  • Cointelpro: the Counter-Intelligence Program of the FBI. Black Nationalist Hate Groups. Reels 21-24. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 364.13 C666
  • The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, 1817-1880.97 microfiches.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper  MFICHE 322.440924 C436H
  • Commission on Interracial Cooperation Papers, 1919-1944. 55 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 C7372C
  • Communist Infiltration of the SCLC: FBI Investigation File. 9 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 C737
  • Congress of Racial Equality Papers, 1941-1967.  49 microfilm reels.   History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.40607 3 C81P
  • Congress of Racial Equality Papers Addendum, 1944-1968. 25 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.40607 3 C81PADDEN
  • Countee Cullen Papers, 1921-1969. 7 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 818 C89
  • The East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917 . 8 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 977.389 R836e
  • The Earl Conrad/Harriet Tubman Collection.2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.T885 CO
  • Fannie Lou Hamer, 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978. 17 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 323.1196073 H178F
  • FBI file, A. Philip Randolph. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 R159U
  • FBI File on Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. 8 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B. P8822f
  • FBI File on Elijah Muhammad. 3 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  FILM 297.87092 M892f
  • FBI file on the Atlanta Child Murders, 1980-1982. 3 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 364.152309758 UN3F
  • FBI File on the Black Panther Party, North Carolina. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 322.420973 F299
  • FBI File, Highlander Folk School. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 374.9768 Fb 299
  • FBI File on Malcolm X. 10 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B. L7784fb
  • FBI File, MIBURN (Mississippi Burning): the Investigation of the Murders of Michael Henry. 1 reel.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 364.1509762 F299
  • FBI File on the Moorish Science Temple of America. 3 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 297.870973 F299
  • FBI File on the Murder of Lemuel Penn . 5 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 364.1523 F299
  • FBI File on the Muslim Mosque Inc. 3 reels History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 306.69787 F299
  • FBI File, N.A.A.C.P. 4 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 F299
  • FBI File on National Negro Congress. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 322.40973 F299
  • FBI File on the Organization of African-American Unity. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 305.8096073 Fb299
  • FBI File on Paul Robeson . 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 780.923 R54U
  • FBI File on Rev. Jesse Jackson. 1 reel.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.J136 U
  • FBI File on Roy Wilkins. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  FILM 305.896073 W658U
  • FBI File on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), [1964-1973]. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Microfilm 323.1196073 UN3F
  • FBI File on Thurgood Marshall. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 347.732634 F299
  • FBI File on W.E.B. Du Bois. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B. D8162f
  • Federal Surveillance of Afro-Americans (1917-1925): The First World War, the Red Scare, and the Garvey Movement. 25 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 F317
  • Federal Writers’ Project. Slave Narratives. 17 microfiche. History, Philosophy & Newspaper MFICHE 326.973 F31S [Digitally Accessible]
  • Federal Writers’ Project. Negroes of New York: Research Study. Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration. 5 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.89607471 N312
  • Fredi Washington Papers.  2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 792.0924 W277W
  • The General Education Board Archives: Series 1: Appropriations; Subseries 1: Early Southern Program. (Filmed at the Rockefeller Archive Center). 159 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 370.975 G286G
  • George A. Myers Papers, 1890-1929. 8 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.9092 M992M
  • The George Washington Carver Papers in the Tuskegee Institute.  67 microfilm reels.   History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.C3315 C1G
  • Gwendolyn Bennett Papers, 1916-1981. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 811 B4395YB
  • Heartman Manuscript at Xavier University Library, New Orleans: manuscripts on slavery, 1751-1876.  20 microfiche.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper MFICHE 973.713 H351h [Digitally Accessible]
  • The Horace Mann Bond Papers. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 370.92 B64
    • Part 1: Bond Family Papers, 1892-1971, and General Correspondence, 1926-1972. 9 reels.
    • Part 2: Subject Files, 1926-1971. 36 reels.
    • Part 3: Institutional Files, 1919-1972. 38 reels.
    • Part 4: Research Files, 1910-1971, and Writings, 1926-1972. 15 reels.
  • Hugh Smythe Papers, [1942-1963]. 6 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073SM98H
  • The Ivy Leaf, 1921-1998. (Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority) 14 reels.  Archives Student Life 371.8505 AKA
  • Langston Hughes material from the vertical files of the Schomburg Collection, 1926-1967. 4 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 811.H8741Y1
  • Malcolm X: FBI Surveillance File. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.L7784 M
  • Manuscript material used in preparation of Gunnar Myrdal’s An American Dilemma, first published in 1944.  13 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 325.26 M99A1
  • Marcus Garvey: FBI Investigation File. 1 reel. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  FILM B.G2442 U
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI Assassination File. 25 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.K53 M
  • Mary McLeod Bethune Papers, 1923-1942. Dillard University (New Orleans, La.). Amistad Research Center.  1 reel.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.B542 D1979
    • Mary McLeod Bethune Papers. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.B542 D197 9
    • The Bethune-Cookman College Collection, 1922-1955. 13 reels.
    • The Bethune Foundation Collection.
      • Part 2: Correspondence Files, 1914-1955. 16 reels.
      • Part 3: Subject Files, 1939-1955. 21 reels.
  • Microfilm Edition of the Detroit Urban League Papers, 1916-1950, at the University of Michigan. 35 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.8960774 D484M
  • Microfilm Publications of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 32 microfilm reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 326.060748 P38M
  • National Emigration Convention of Colored People (1854: Cleveland, Ohio).  Proceedings of the National Emigration Convention of Colored People: held at Cleveland, Ohio, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 24th, 25th and 26th of August, 1854. 1 microfilm reel.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.0496073 N213p [Digitally Accessible]
  • Negro Labor Committee Record Group, 1925-1969. 17 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 331.6396073 N312n
  • Oberlin College Library.  Microcard Collection: Anti-slavery Propaganda in the Oberlin College Library, Nov. 1968.
    • Printed Guide.   History, Philosophy & Newspaper 016.3264 L89M
    • Slavery Pamphlets series:
      • Slavery and the internal slave trade in the United States of America. 4 micro-opaques. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 326.973 W45S1970
      • Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. 6 microfiche.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper 326.06 SO
      • Christian Investigator, Feb. 1843 – Aug. 1848.  9 cards. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 205 CHT
      • The Monthly Offering. vol. 1: 1840-1841. 3 cards.  Illinois Historical Survey FILM 326.05 MO
  • The Papers of A. Philip Randolph.  35 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper. Call Number: FILM 323.1196073 R159pa
  • Papers of Charles Sumner. 85 reels. Lincoln Room.  Call Number: FILM B.S956 SU (Influential anti-slavery and civil rights campaigner)
  • The Papers of Frederick Douglass.  34 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM Q.B.D737D1P
  • Papers of the Congress of Racial Equality, 1941-1967. 49 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.406073 C81P
  • Papers of the NAACP. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 N21P22 [Digitally Accessible via ProQuest History Vault]
    • Part 1: Meetings of the Board of Directors, Records of Annual Conferences, Major Speeches, and Special Reports, 1909-1950. 28 reels.
      • Supplement to Part 1: Minutes of the Board of Directors, Secretary’s Reports, Records of Annual Conventions, and Annual Business Meetings, 1961-1965. 9 reels.
    • Part 2: Personal Correspondence of Selected NAACP Officials, 1919-1939. 20 reels.
    • Part 3: The Campaign for Educational Equity, 1913-1965.
      • Series A: Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1913-1940. 24 reels.
      • Series B: Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1940-1950. 19 reels.
      • Series C: Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1951-1955. 23 reels.
      • Series D: General Office Files, 1956-1965. 13 reels.
    • Part 4: The Voting Rights Campaign, 1916-1950. 13 reels.
      • Supplement to Part 4: Voting Rights, General Office Files, 1956-1965. 6 reels.
    • Part 5: The Campaign against Residential Segregation, General Office Files, 1956-1965. 16 reels.
    • Part 7: The Anti-Lynching Campaign, 1912-1955.
      • Series A: Anti-Lynching Investigative Files, 1912-1953. 30 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: FILM 305.896073 N21p7a.
      • Series B: Anti-Lynching Legislative and Publicity Files, 1916-1955. 35 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper. Call Number: FILM 305.896073 N21p7b.
      • Series A: Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1910-1939. 17 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper. (on order)
      • Series B: Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1940-1955. 32 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper (on order)
    • Part 9: Discrimination in the U.S. Armed Forces, 1918-1955.
      • Series B: Armed Forces’ Legal Files, 1940-1950. 30 reels.
      • Series C: The Veteran’s Affairs Committee, 1940-1950. 12 reels.
    • Part 10: Peonage, Labor, and the New Deal, 1913-1939. 23 reels.
    • Part 12: Selected Branch Files, 1913-1939. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 305.896073 N21P12A
      • Series A: The South. 20 reels.
      • Series B: The Northeast. 7 reels.
      • Series C: The Midwest. 27 reels.
      • Series D: The West. 7 reels.
    • Part 13: The NAACP and Labor, 1940-1955
      • Series A: Subject Files on Labor Conditions and Employment Discrimination, 1940-1955. 21 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 N21p13a
      • Series B: Cooperation with Organized Labor, 1940-1955. 25 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 N21p13b
      • Series C: Legal Department Files on Labor, 1940-1955 12 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 N21p13c
    • Part 16: Board of Directors Correspondence and Committee Materials, 1919-1955.
      • Series A: 1919-1939. 8 reels.
      • Series B, 1940-1955. 24 reels.
      • Supplement to Part 16, Board of Directors Files, 1956-1965. 12 reels.
      • Supplement to Part 16, Board of Directors File, 1966-1970. 9 reels.
    • Part 21: NAACP Relations with the Modern Civil Rights Movement. 22 reels.
    • Part 22: Legal Department Case Files, 1956-1965. 27 reels.
    • Part 26: Selected Branch Files, 1940-1955.
      • Series C: The Midwest. 13 reels.
    • Part 27: Selected Branch Files, 1956-1965.
      • Series C: The Midwest. 15 reels.
  • The Papers of W.E.B. Du Bois, 1803 (1877-1963) 1979. 89 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B.D8162 D2
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar Papers at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus. 9 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 811 D91Yd
  • Race, Slavery, and Free Blacks. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 306.3620975 R114
    • Series I: Petitions to Southern Legislatures, 1777-1867. 23 reels.
  • Racial Groups in Brazil. Princeton University, Latin American Pamphlet Collection. 2 reels. Reel 1: the Black Press; Reel 2: Blacks in Brazil. FILM 981.00496 R115
  • Records of Southern Plantations from Emancipation to the Great Migration. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 975. 041 R245a2
    • Series A, selections from the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library,
      Duke University,
      • Part 1, Alabama and South Carolina plantations. 23 reels
      • Part 2, North Carolina and Virginia plantations. 26 reels
      • Part 3, Georgia and Florida plantations. 24 reels
    • Records of the Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 975.03 R245H
      • Series B: Selections from the South Carolina Historical Society. 10 reels.
      • Series E: Selections from the University of Virginia Library.
    • Part 1: Virginia Plantations. 39 reels.
    • Part 2: Virginia Plantations. 26 reels.
  • Series F: Selections from the Duke University Library.
    • Part 2. South Carolina and Georgia. 16 reels.
    • Part 4. North Carolina and Virginia Plantations.  25 reels.
    • Part 5. William Patterson Smith Collection.  20 reels.
  • Series H:  Selections from the Howard-tilton Library, Tulane University, and the Louisiana State Museum Archives.  30 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 975.03 R245H
  • Series I: Selections from Lousiana State University. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 306.3490976 R245i
    • Part 1:  Louisiana Sugar Plantations.  15 reels.
    • Part 2:  Louisiana and Miscellaneous Southern Cotton Plantations.  24 reels.
    • Part 3:  The Natchez Area.  18 reels.
  • Records of the Education Division of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1865-1871. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 371.82996073 R245 [Digitally Accessible]
  • Records of the National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, 1895-1992. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 369.396073 R245
    • Part 1: Minutes of National Conventions, Publications, and President’s Office Correspondence. 26 reels.
    • Part 2: President’s Office Files, 1958-1968. 15 reels.
  • Records of the National Negro Business League. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 338.642206 N2132R
    • Part 1: Annual Conference Proceedings and Organizational Records, 1900-1919. 3 reels.
    • Part 2: Correspondence and Business Records, 1900-1923. 11 reels.
  • Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior Relating to the Suppression of the African Slave Trade and to Negro Colonization, 1854-1872. 10 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 380. 1440973 R245 [Digitally Accessible]
  • Records of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1954-1970. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Stacks FILM 323.1196073 R245
    • Part 1: Records of the President’s Office. 21 reels.
    • Part 2: Records of the Executive Director and Treasurer. 22 reels.
  • Rhodes House Library, Oxford, Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880. 59 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 326.973 An8rh [Digitally Accessible]
  • Robert Goodloe Harper Family Papers: Ms. 431 in the Maryland Historical Society. 5 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper Call Number: 328.73 H23RINDEX
  • A Selection of Titles from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture: series II.   50 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896 SCH64S. Includes Reels 1-11: Africa, the matrix; Reels 12-13: Anthropology and racial characteristics; Reels 14-24: Blacks in the U.S.; Reels 25-32: The creative spirit; Reels 33-35: Religion and the church; Reels 36-39: Slavery and the slave trade; Reels 40-49: The south Atlantic and the Caribbean; and Reel 50: A miscellany.
  • Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves. 17 vols. in 33 mounted photos.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper  MFICHE 326.973 F31S
  • Slavery Source Materials: Books and Pamphlets Written Before the Civil War by and about the Negro and about Slavery and Anti-Slavery. 441 microfiche. History, Philosophy & Newspaper MFICHE 326.973 SL164
  • Southern Education Reporting Service. Facts on Film. 40+ reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  FILM 371.94 So88p
    • Facts on Film. 175 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 371.94 So88pSUP.1
    • Index to Facts on Film. 10 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 371.94 So88pSUP.2
  • Spider Trickster Tales from Jamaica: the Anansi Folk Tales Collection. 14 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 398.2097292 Sp42
  • State Free Negro Capitation Tax Books, Charleston, South Carolina, ca. 1811-1860. 2 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 975.791500496 St29
  • State Secession Debates, 1859-1862. 19 reels. Lincoln Room. Call Number: FILM 973.713 St29 (A central issue was slavery)
  • State Slavery Statutes. 354 microfiche. Law Stacks MFICHE KF4545.S5 A1271989
  • New Orleans University Catalogs (1870-1934).  3 reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 378.763 St81s) [Straight University and New Orleans Unversity merged to become Dillard University in 1930.]
  • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Papers, 1959-1972. 72 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 ST94S
  • Students for a Democratic Society Papers. 41 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 323.1196073 ST94S (Includes material on the Black Panthers)
  • Transcripts of the Malcolm X Assassination Trial. 1993. 3 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM B. L7784h
  • Tuskegee Institute News Clippings File. 252 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305.896073 T87T
  • United Negro College Fund Archives, 1944-1980. 3525 microfiches. History, Philosophy & Newspaper  MFICHE 378.306073 UN3U
  • Universal Negro Improvement Association Records, 1921-1986. 16 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305. 896073 Un3u
  • Universal Negro Improvement Association. Records of the Central Division (New York), 1918-1959. 6 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 305. 896073 Un3u1984
  • U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Marriage records of the Office of the Commissioner, Washington Headquarters of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1861-1869. 5 microfilm reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 306.87208996 Un318m
  • U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Records of the Assistant Commissioner for the State of South Carolina, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1865-1870. Microfilm reels 33-41.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 975.6041 UN 3R
  • U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Records of the Education Division, 1865-1871. 1 reel. FILM 371.82996073 R245 [Digitally Accessible]
  • U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Records of the Field Offices of the Freedmen’s Branch, Office of the Adjutant General, 1872-1878.  58 microfilm reels.  History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.82 Un31r
  • U.S. Customs Service Records: Port of New Orleans, LA, Inward Slave Manifests, 1807-1860. 12 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 306.36209763 Us1i [Digitally Accessible]
  • U.S. Military Intelligence Reports: Surveillance of Radicals in the United States, 1917-1941. 34 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 322.420973 US1
  • U.S. War Department. Military Intelligence Unit. Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division relating to “negro subversion,” 1917-1941. 6 reels. FILM 026.940500496 C817
  • William Pickens Record Group; Papers (additions), 1909-1950. 29 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 973.0496073 P585W (Covers affiliation with the National Association for Colored People & the US Treasury Dept.)
  • Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom papers, 1915-1978. 114 microfilm reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper FILM 327.172082 W8423W973.0496073 P585W (Includes materials on civil rights of minorities)
  • Women’s Movement in Cuba, 1898-1958: the Stoner Collection on Cuban Feminism.   13 reels. History, Philosophy & Newspaper 305.42097291 W842