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Guide to the Asa and Elna Spaulding Papers, 1909-1997 and undated, bulk 1935-1983

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Abstract

Asa T. Spaulding was an insurance executive in Durham, N.C. and an activist in civil rights, education, employment, and other work related to minorities' rights. He held various positions in the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company for almost thirty-five years, beginning as its actuary in 1933 and serving as its fifth president from 1958 through 1967. Elna Bridgeforth Spaulding was an activist in civil rights for minorities and women and involved in local politics in Durham, N.C, serving as a Durham County Commissioner for five terms, from 1974 through 1984. The Asa and Elna Spaulding Papers, 1909-1997 and undated, bulk 1935-1983, document an African American family's lifelong involvement in the business, political, educational, religious, and social life of Durham, N.C. The collection consists of correspondence, writings and speeches, printed materials, clippings, photographs, audiovisual items, and memorabilia that reflect the Spauldings' work with the following organizations and groups: North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company; Mechanics and Farmers Bank; Durham County Board of Commissioners; the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; National Urban League; Women-in-Action for the Prevention of Violence and Its Causes, Inc.; North Carolina Central and Shaw universities; White Rock Baptist Church (Durham, N.C.); and the Lincoln Community Health Center. The collection is divided into two subgroups. The Asa Spaulding Subgroup is arranged in nine series: Correspondence, Writings and Speeches, Organizations, North Carolina Mutual Files, Insurance Files, Subject Files, Photographic Materials, and Audiovisual Materials. The Elna Spaulding Subgroup is arranged in six series: Correspondence, Writings and Speeches, Organizations, Subject Files, Photographic Materials, and Audiovisual Materials.

Descriptive Summary

Collection Number
RL.01240
Title
Asa and Elna Spaulding papers
Date
1909-1997 and undated, bulk 1935-1983
Extent
144 linear feet, 108,000 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Material in English

Collection Overview

The Asa and Elna Spaulding Papers, 1909-1997 and undated, bulk 1935-1983, document an African American family's lifelong involvement in the business, political, educational, religious, and social life of Durham, N.C. The Spauldings were active in a broad range of political bodies, businesses, civic groups, and activist organizations, including among many others theDurham County Board of Commissioners and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and were among the co-founders of Women-in-Action for the Prevention of Violence and Its Causes, Inc. Their long record of accomplishment in the areas of employment, political representation, civil rights, race relations, and women's rights is documented by the collection's rich variety ofcorrespondence, writings and speeches, printed materials, clippings,photographs, audiovisual items, and memorabilia. The collection is divided into two subgroups. The Asa Spaulding Subgroup is arranged in nine series: Correspondence, Writings and Speeches, Organizations, North Carolina Mutual Files, Insurance Files, Subject Files, Photographic Materials, and Audiovisual Materials. The Elna Spaulding Subgroup is arranged in six series: Correspondence, Writings and Speeches, Organizations, Subject Files, Photographic Materials, and Audiovisual Materials. Some of these materials have been digitized and are available online.

Asa Spaulding Subgroup Overview

The Asa Spaulding Subgroup, 1909-1984 and undated, documents Mr. Spaulding's career as an insurance executive and his lifelong activism in civil rights, education, employment, and other work related to minorities' rights. While serving in various capacities in Durham's North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Spaulding was also instrumental in the development of other local businesses such as the Mechanics and Farmers Bank as well as being active in a number of life insurance organizations at the national level, including the National Insurance Association and the Life Insurance Association of America. As his business career developed, culminating in his becoming the Mutual's fifth president in 1958, his national and international reputation also grew, especially in the areas of civil rights and race relations. This led to his serving on a number of government commissions and task forces and in various organizations concerned with urban affairs. Among the most important of these were the American delegation to a UNESCO conference in India and the National Urban League. Spaulding also maintained lifelong ties to the academic and religious communities. At various times he served on the boards of a number of universities, including North Carolina Central andShaw; in addition he had a long involvement with the Omega Psi Phi fraternity. He was active all his adult life not only in his local church, White Rock Baptist Church, but also in national groups such as the National Conference of Christians and Jews.

The Correspondence Series is characterized not by its depth of material for any one correspondent but rather its reflection of the breadth of Spaulding's contacts in business, government, politics, and education. Among the many contacts represented here are North Carolina governors, United States senators and congressmen, and all American presidents from the 1940s through the 1970s. The Writings and Speeches Series contains Spaulding's articles, opinion columns, press releases, speeches, and other works on a wide variety of topics, including civil rights, economics, education, insurance, principles of business management,race relations, and his travels abroad as a representative of the United States and UNESCO. There are also many of his introductions of speakers at public events and tributes to friends and political figures. A highlight of this series is the wealth of material about Spaulding's own life and career. Most of this was gathered by him for a planned though unpublishedautobiography; it consists of correspondence, drafts, interviews, printed material, and a variety of anecdotes and personal stories,

The Organizations Series is by far the largest series in the subgroup. It documents how far and wide Spaulding's interests and activities ranged beyond his career in the insurance industry, particularly his support of and agitation for civil rights and related issues and organizations. Series highlights include material about the following topics and organizations: his tenure on the board of trustees for theLegal Defense Committee of the NAACP; his work as a member of the North Carolina Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; his work with the Women and Minority Directors Seminar (an attempt in the early 1970s to encourage organizations and businesses to hire more minorities at the management level); his activities as an American representative to a UNESCO delegation in the 1950s; and his 1971 mayoral election campaign in Durham. Also to be found here is a collection of materials about White Rock Baptist Church, of which Spaulding was a long time member and director. White Rock Baptist Church was prominent in civil rights activities in North Carolina and hosted many guest speakers.

Spaulding's career in the insurance industry is documented by two series, the North Carolina Mutual Files and the Insurance Files. Spaulding was the actuary for the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company (Durham, N.C.), in the 1930s, its actuary and vice-president in the 1940s, and its fifth president from 1956-1967. Thus the series documents not only Spaulding's career, but the development of the company over several decades into the largest African American-owned business in the world. A particular focus of this series is the dedication of the company's new building in downtown Durham in 1966, probably the major event of Spaulding's tenure as president. TheInsurance Files series reflects his activities in the industry beyond his positions at North Carolina Mutual. A particularly rich group of the papers documents his work with theNational Insurance Association (NIA), of which Spaulding was president in the 1940s. Formerly known as the National Negro Insurance Association, the NIA was an organization of officers of black-owned American insurance companies.

Several smaller series broaden the picture of Spaulding's life and career. The Subject Files contain general biographical data as well as more information about his travels and his campaigns for Durham County Commissioner and Mayor of Durham in the late 1960s and early 1970s. ThePhotographic Materials Seriesalso documents his travels as well as some of the history of North Carolina Mutual, especially the dedication of the new home office building in 1966. The subject matter of theAudiovisual Materials Series is largely biographical or autobiographical. In addition to recordings of some of Spaulding's speeches and public interviews, this series also contains several recordings he made that are apparently materials he was gathering for his planned autobiography.

Elna Spaulding Subgroup Overview

The Elna Spaulding Subgroup, 1909-1997 and undated, documents Mrs. Spaulding's activism for civil rights for minorities and women and her career in local politics. Although the material spans almost sixty years, the bulk of it is from the late 1960s through the early 1980s. The Correspondence Series contains both personal and professional letters that give an indication of her involvement in local and state politics, advocacy for various groups including women, African Americans, children, and the elderly. Some of the organizations that appear in this series also appear in the Organizations Series.Although some correspondence may appear in the latter series, in general this material is not addressed to or from Mrs. Spaulding individually, but rather is documentation of each organization's work, including meeting agendas and minutes, financial reports, annual reports, and a wide range of planned activities. The papers of the Durham County Board of Commissioners provide the most detailed picture of Mrs. Spaulding's political activity. Her other work has focused on attempts to break down barriers between various groups and their rights. Involvement in these issues, including women's employment, women's rights, and public health, is highlighted by the material fromWomen-in-Action for the Prevention of Violence and its Causes, of which she was the founder--in 1968--and first president, as well as such organizations as the Lincoln Community Health Center. The Subject Filesround out the picture of her career, particularly in documenting her campaigns for public office in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Contents of the Collection

1. Asa Spaulding Subgroup, 1909-1984 and undated

331 boxes

The Asa Spaulding Subgroup is arranged in six general subject series:Correspondence; Writings and Speeches; Organizations; North Carolina Mutual Files; Insurance Files; and Subject Files.In addition, three series whose arrangement was dictated by the physical format of the materials support all of the major subject series: Photographic Materials; Audiovisual Materials; andOversize Materials.

Correspondence Series, 1935-1983 and undated

38 boxes

A mixture of routine correspondence such as letters of thanks, and other letters that give some insight into Spaulding's character or career, particularly as related to political developments in the 1950s and 1960s. Arranged alphabetically by surname or organization name. Correspondents who had a substantial volume of material or were deemed prominent for other reasons are filed in their own named folder(s). At the end of each letter of the alphabet, correspondents whose volume of material did not warrant a separately named folder(s) are filed alphabetically in a separate sequence. For organizations, also see possibly related material in theOrganizations Series.

Afram Continental Corporation,1961-1967
Box AC-1
Afro-American Magazine, Letters of Compliment,1961
Box AC-1
Agnew, Spiro,1972
Box AC-1
Alexander, Clifford L., Jr.,1964-1967
Box AC-1
Allen, George V.,1956-1970
Box AC-1
Ambassadors (Liberia and Nigeria),1961
Box AC-1
America Illustrated, 1959-1960
Box AC-1
Anderson, Robert B.,1957
Box AC-1
Anonymous,1968
Box AC-1
Austin, Louis (The Carolina Times),1938-1968
Box AC-1
Awards,1963-1964
Box AC-1
Awards, oversize, 1943-1982 and undated
Box AC-39
A,1939-1982
(6 folders)
Box AC-1
Bennett, Sgt. Noah H., Jr.,1946-1977
Box AC-2
Brawley, S.C.,1943
Box AC-2
Bridgeforth, Datie Mae,1946-1944
Box AC-2
Bridgeforth, Mr. And Mrs. G.R.,1933-1945
Box AC-2
Bridges, Styles,1957
Box AC-2
Brimmer, Andrew F.1965-1968
Box AC-2
Brooke, Edward W.,1966-1967
Box AC-2
Brooks, E.C.,1943
Box AC-2
Broyhill, James T.,1963

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Correspondence Subseries.]

Box AC-2
Bryant, Victor S.1965-1969
Box AC-2
Bundy, McGeorge,1969
Box AC-2
Butler, Algernon L.,1959
Box AC-2
B,1935-1983
(Folders 1-5 of 13)
Box AC-2
B,1935-1983
(Folders 6-12 of 13)
Box AC-3
B,1935-1983
(Folder 13 of 13)
Box AC-4
Cammack, Ramsey, 1971
Box AC-4
Canada Dry Bottling Company of Florida Inc.,1945-1946
Box AC-4
Capital Press Club Award,1966
Box AC-4
Capsule Placement Ceremonies (letters),1963
Box AC-4
Cards from family and friends, 1978-1981
Box AC-4
Carter, President Jimmy, 1977 and 1979

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Correspondence Subseries.]

Box AC-4
Cheek, James,1963-1982
Box AC-4
Chicago Daily Defender Round Table, 1962
Box AC-4
Christian Science Monitor, 1960
(2 folders)
Box AC-4
Christmas Bonus Letters to Ohio Personnel,1962
Box AC-4
Company Christmas Cards Sent by President Spaulding,1957-1962
Box AC-4
Christmas Gifts Thank You Letters,1960-1969
(2 folders)
Box AC-4
Christmas Gifts NC Mutual Life Insurance to Mutual Savings and Loan Association and Mechanics and Farmers Bank,1955-1963
(2 folders)
Box AC-4
Christmas Letters,1963
Box AC-4
Christmas letters from Asa Spaulding to NC Mutual Employees,1959-1961
Box AC-4
Christmas Special Representatives,1952-1961
Box AC-4
City of Durham,1940-1937
Box AC-4
Clark, M.C. (Dunbar Mutual Insurance Society),1944-1958
Box AC-5
Cleland, James T.,1959-1964
Box AC-5
Cleveland, Harland,1964
Box AC-5
College Community Chorale,1958
Box AC-5
Collins, LeRoy,1960
Box AC-5
Columbus Country Farm,1939-1946
(3 folders)
Box AC-5
Comer, E. Philip,1969and1971
Box AC-5
Congratulatory Messages
Honorary Degrees (Duke University,1969)
Box AC-5
Honorary Degrees (North Carolina College,1960)
Box AC-5
Honorary Degrees (Shaw University,1958)
Box AC-5
Honorary LLD Degree (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,1967)
Box AC-5
Congratulatory Messages
Box AC-6
Miscellaneous,1960 and1962
Box AC-6
New York Times article,1967
Box AC-6
North Carolina Mutual Presidency (alphabetical, A-R),1958-1959
(8 folders)
Box AC-6
Congratulatory Messages
Box AC-7
North Carolina Mutual Presidency (alphabetical, S-Z),1958-1959
(3 folders)
Box AC-7
Supreme Award of Merit of George Washington Carver Memorial Institute,1962
Box AC-7
TimeMagazine article,1964-1969
Box AC-7
Connor, John T.,1964-1965
Box AC-7
Cooley, Harold. D.,1956
Box AC-7
Coppridge, W.M.,1938-1939
Box AC-7
Cornell University (Project Understanding),1963
Box AC-7
Cousins, Norman,1967
Box AC-7
Curman, Frank,1969
Box AC-7
C,1938-1981
(Folders 1-2 of 11)
Box AC-7
C1938-1981
(Folders 3-8 of 11)
Box AC-8
C1938-1981
(Folders 9-11 of 11)
Box AC-9
Daley, Richard J.,1967-1968
Box AC-9
Day, Virgil,1967-1971
Box AC-9
Dean, Patrick,1965
Box AC-9
Deans, J.C., Jr.,1956-1962
Box AC-9
Del Sesto, Christopher,1960
Box AC-9
Department of State: Office of Public Services,1959and1960
Box AC-9
Devaki, Srinivasan,1958
Box AC-9
Dicksen, J.E.,1956-1959
Box AC-9
Diggs, Charles C.,1962and1969
Box AC-9
Dillon, Douglas,1961
Box AC-9
Directors, Major Corporations,1969-1971
(4 folders)
Box AC-9
Dirksen, Everett McKinley,1960
Box AC-9
Dodd, Thomas J.,1965
Box AC-9
Donation Requests,1961-1968
Box AC-10
Donnell, Clyde,1938-1964
Box AC-10
Donnell, Dudley,1954-1964
Box AC-10
Duke, Angier Biddle,1961-1964

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Correspondence Subseries.]

Box AC-10
Duke Divinity School (Visiting Committee,1964-1968)
Box AC-10
Dulles, John Foster,1957-1959
Box AC-10
Dunbar Realty and Insurance Company,1936-1937
Box AC-10
Durham, Carl T.,1957and1960
Box AC-10
Durham Morning Herald, 1944-1968
Box AC-10
Durham Sun, 1946and1969
Box AC-10
D,1937-1982
(Folders 1-6 of 10)
Box AC-10
D, Dix-Dup1937-1982
(Folders 7-10 of 10)
Box AC-11
Edell, Henry,1964-1965
Box AC-11
Eisenhower, Dwight David et al.,1953-1961
(2 folders)
Box AC-11
Emancipation Centennial (Newark, New Jersey),1963
Box AC-11
Embassies (Miscellaneous Correspondence),1962
Box AC-11
Emperor of Ethiopia,1963
Box AC-11
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.,1957-1968
Box AC-11
Evans, Emanuel J.1953-1963
Box AC-11
Everett, Robert A.,1963
Box AC-11
Executive Career Development, Inc.,1965
Box AC-11
E,1959-1982
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box AC-11
E,1959-1982
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box AC-12
Federal Pay Increase Bill,1963
Box AC-12
Felden, Allie,1958-1962
Box AC-12
Finch, Robert H.1959-1960
Box AC-12
Ford, President Gerald R.,1976
Box AC-12
Foreign Correspondence,1963-1965
Box AC-12
Frasier, L.B.,1959-1978
Box AC-12
F,1956-1983
(4 folders)
Box AC-12
Galifianakis, Nick,1967-1971
Box AC-13
Gardner, John W.,1969
Box AC-13
Gaston, A.G.,1960
Box AC-13
General Alumni Association,1965
Box AC-13
General Exchange Insurance Corporation,1937and1940
Box AC-13
George Washington Carver Memorial Institute,1962
Box AC-13
German Correspondence,1961-1962
(3 folders)
Box AC-13
Germany (Trip to—Correspondence),1967

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Correspondence Subseries.]

Box AC-13
Goodwill Tour of 1960,1960
(5 folders)
Box AC-13
Gilani, Dr. B.S.,1957-1965
Box AC-14
Godwin, Philip P.,1971
Box AC-14
Goldberg, Arthur J.,1962
Box AC-14
Goodloe, J.W.,1968
Box AC-14
Grabarek, R.W.,1963and1965
Box AC-14
Graham, Billy,1962
Box AC-14
Graham, Frank P.,1949
Box AC-14
Grolier Society,1937and1939
Box AC-14
G,1957-1983
(6 folders)
Box AC-14
Haiti,1956and1968
Box AC-15
Halleck, Charles A.,1960
Box AC-15
Harriman, W. Averell,1963
Box AC-15
Harris, Rencher N.,1957-1964
Box AC-15
Hays, Brooks,1957-1969
Box AC-15
Helms, Jesse,1965-1982

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Correspondence Subseries.]

Box AC-15
Hemmingway, Mary,1965
Box AC-15
Herald-Sun Papers,1937-1942
Box AC-15
Herter, Christian A.,1957-1960
Box AC-15
Hodges, Luther,1954-1967
Box AC-15
Hoey, Clyde R.,1953
Box AC-15
Holcomb, Luther,1965-1970
Box AC-15
Holland Furnace Company,1936-1943
Box AC-15
Holshouser, James B., Jr.,1972-1973
Box AC-15
Hospital Care Association,1939and1944
Box AC-15
Humphrey, Hubert H.,1966-1968
Box AC-15
Hunt, James B.,1970-1982
Box AC-15
H,1953-1982
(Folders 1-7 of 11)
Box AC-16
H,1953-1982
(Folders 8-11 of 11)
Box AC-17
Itineraries,1962-1965
Box AC-17
Ives, Irving M.,1957
Box AC-17
I,1957-1969
Box AC-17
Jackson, Maynard H., Jr.,1969
Box AC-18
Jain, Lakshmi C.,1959
Box AC-18
Johnson, Lyndon B.,1958-1969
(3 folders)
Box AC-18
Johnson Publishing Company,1950-1969
Box AC-18
Jonas, Charles Raper,1954-1971
Box AC-18
Jones, Norman E. (Agency),1967
Box AC-18
Jones, Thomas T.,1958-1972
Box AC-18
Jordan, B. Everett,1960-1971
Box AC-18
Junior Chamber of Commerce,1969
Box AC-18
J,1956-1978
(8 folders)
Box AC-19
Kennedy, Edward M.,1964
Box AC-20
Kennedy, John F. (Administration),1960-1963
Box AC-20
Kennedy, W.J., Jr.,1934-1967
Box AC-20
Kennedy, W.J., III,1959
Box AC-20
Knight, Douglas M.,1963-1971
Box AC-20
Knowland, William F.,1957
Box AC-20
Kornegay, Horace R.,1961-1967
Box AC-20
K,1959-1969
(5 folders)
Box AC-20
L. and C. Mayers Company,1935-1942
Box AC-21
Lanier, Edwin S.,1962-1965
Box AC-21
Lee, W. Cartwright,1934-1939
Box AC-21
Lodge, Henry Cabot,1960
Box AC-21
Lennon, Allen,1953-1954
Box AC-21
Loveland Groves, Inc.,1967
Box AC-21
Lynch, Lorenzo,1971
Box AC-21
L,1953-1982
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box AC-21
L,1953-1982
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box AC-22
Maafo, Eugene Victor Amkye,1960-1964
Box AC-22
McCarthy, Eugene J.,1964
Box AC-22
Marshall, Thurgood,1961-1969
Box AC-22
Marvin, Murray J.,1962-1969
Box AC-22
Mays, Benjamin E.,1957-1970
Box AC-22
Merger (Durham Schools),1971
Box AC-22
Meyer’s Department Store,1939
Box AC-22
Michaux, H.M. "Mickey,"1963-1982
Box AC-22
Mitchell, James P.,1957
Box AC-22
Moore, Daniel E.,1942-1945
Box AC-22
Moore, Daniel K.,1964-1969
Box AC-22
Morris, Calvin S.,1970
Box AC-22
Morrow, E. Frederic,1955-1962
Box AC-22
M,1957-1980
(Folder 1 of 9)
Box AC-22
M,1957-1980
(Folders 2-6 of 9)
Box AC-23
M,1957-1980
(Folders 7-9 of 9)
Box AC-24
Nasbit, James N.,1959-1965
Box AC-24
NASA,1969
Box AC-24
National Catholic Conference for International Justice,1969
Box AC-24
National Council of Jewish Women,1970
Box AC-24
Nigerian Correspondents,1965-1971
Box AC-24
Nixon, Richard M.,1956-1971
Box AC-24
N,1936-1983
(3 folders)
Box AC-25
O,1941-1980
Box AC-25
Pace, Frank,1964and1970
Box AC-26
Pageant Magazine, 1963and1965
Box AC-26
Paschall Brothers,1936-1946
Box AC-26
Percy, Charles H.,1967
Box AC-26
Pittsburgh Courier, 1938-1963
Box AC-26
Poitier, Sidney,1973
Box AC-26
Polish Correspondents,1960-1966
(4 folders)
Box AC-26
Postal Rate Increase,1962
Box AC-26
Powell, Adam Clayton,1958and1969
Box AC-26
Powell, C.B.,1943-1946
Box AC-26
Pullman Company,1939-1954
Box AC-26
P,1937-1981
(Folder 1 of 7)
Box AC-26
P,1937-1981
(Folders 2-7 of 7)
Box AC-27
Q,1939-1971
Box AC-27
Rabb, Maxwell M.,1958-1971
Box AC-28
Reader’s Digest, 1958and1971
Box AC-28
Retired Field Employees,1962
Box AC-28
Retirement,1967 Apr.-Nov.
(3 folders)
Box AC-28
Rusk, Dean,1960-1965
Box AC-28
Richardson, Scovel,1964and1969
Box AC-28
Robinson, Jackie,1962
Box AC-28
Rockefeller, David,1971
Box AC-28
Rockefeller, John D.,1963-1964
Box AC-28
Rockefeller, Nelson A.,1958-1963
Box AC-28
Rockefeller, Rodman C.,1967and1970
Box AC-28
Rockefeller, Winthrop,1953and1963
Box AC-28
Rogers, William P.,1957
Box AC-28
Romney, George,1962
Box AC-28
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr.,1964-1965
Box AC-28
R,1933-1983
(Folders 1-3 of 7)
Box AC-28
R,1933-1983
(Folders 4-7 of 7)
Box AC-29
Sampson, Edith S.,1969
Box AC-29
Sanford, Terry,1960-1971
Box AC-29
Scott, Hugh,1957-1971
Box AC-29
Scott, Robert W.,1960-1971
Box AC-29
Scott, W. Kerr
Box AC-29
Scranton, William W.,1962
Box AC-29
Sears Roebuck and Company,1936
Box AC-29
Seaton, Fred A.,1960
Box AC-29
Secretary of the Navy,1969
Box AC-29
Shell Oil Company,1937and1941
Box AC-29
Shepard, James E., Dr.
Box AC-29
Smith, J.E.,1964
Box AC-29
Smith, McNeill,1973
Box AC-29
Some American Profiles in an Age of Challenge, 1960
Box AC-29
Speaker Services for United Nations,1960-1964
Box AC-30
Speaking Engagements (Wilmington, NC),1964
Box AC-30
Speaking Engagements,1957, 1959-1960, 1962
(4 folders)
Box AC-30
Staley, Ed,1967-1972
Box AC-30
Stevenson, Adlai E.,1960and1963
Box AC-30
Sullivan, Leon H.,1970
Box AC-30
Sullivan, William C.,1963-1967
Box AC-30
Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders,1958
Box AC-30
S,1937-1983
(Folder 1 of 11)
Box AC-30
S,1937-1983
(Folders 2-5 of 11)
Box AC-31
S,1937-1983
(Folders 6-10 of 11)
Box AC-32
S,1937-1983
(Folder 11 of 11)
Box AC-33
Telegrams,1944-1970
Box AC-33
Telephones, undated
Box AC-33
Thank You Messages,1958-1962
Box AC-33
Hotel Theresa,1941-1946
Box AC-33
Thomas, Norman,1965
Box AC-33
Travel Guides, undated
Box AC-33
Trowbridge, Alexander B.,1967
Box AC-33
Truman, Harry S,1945
Box AC-33
Turpin, C. Udell,1948-1969
Box AC-33
Two Thousand Men of Achievement,1971
Box AC-33
T,1936-1983
(Folder 1 of 4)
Box AC-33
T,1936-1983
(Folders 2-4 of 4)
Box AC-34
Umstead, William B.,1937and1952
Box AC-34
United Business Committee of the National Association of Manufactures,1962
Box AC-34
United Mutual Life Insurance Company,1960-1961
Box AC-34
United States. Department of Commerce,1966
Box AC-34
United States. Department of Justice,1979
Box AC-35
United States. Trade Development Mission to Central America and Panama,1963-1964
Box AC-35
University of Michigan,1966-1974
Box AC-35
Unknown correspondents, undated
Box AC-35
U,1939-1969
Box AC-35
V,1945-1969
Box AC-36
WABC Radio Station, undated
Box AC-36
Wallace, Henry A.,1945
Box AC-36
Washington, Val J.,1948-1971
(4 folders)
Box AC-36
Weaver, Robert C.,1962-1967
Box AC-36
Welsh, Matthew E.,1963
Box AC-36
Weltner, Charles Longstreet,1965
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White, W. Wilson,1958
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Willkie, Wendell L.,1942
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Woman’s Day Magazine, 1967
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Women’s Wear Daily, 1967
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World War II,1942
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W,1936-1973
(Folders 1-4 of 8)
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W,1936-1973
(Folders 5-8 of 8)
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YMCA,1937-1942
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Young, Andrew,1976-1978
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Y,1944-1967
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Z,1956-1970
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Writings and Speeches Series, 1931-1981, bulk late 1950s-late 1970s

17 boxes

Addresses, articles, opinion columns, press releases, speeches, diaries, and other writings. Works that exist in multiple drafts are so noted in the list. A large amount of writing, interviews, notes, and research for Spaulding's uncompleted autobiography is filed under the assigned title, "Autobiography." See theSubject Files Series for additional biographical information about Spaulding and his family. The bulk of the series, writings by Spaulding, is arranged alphabetically by title. Miscellaneous writings by others are filed alphabetically by surname at the end of the series under "Works by Other Authors."

Conditions Governing Access note

Use of unpublished interviews in autobiographical material is restricted. Permission is not granted for publication. The user is responsible for obtaining permission to publish from the interviews.

Acceptance of Interracial Council for Business Opportunity First Business Achievement Award, 1964 Dec. 3
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Action is The Word and related correspondence. Address to the Eighteenth National Alumni Conference of theTuskeegee Institute Alumni Association of New York, 1967 Aug. 12
(Multiple drafts)
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Actuarial Profession as a Career, for publication in his bookCareers, and related correspondence, circa 1941-1942
(5 drafts)
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Address to 18th Annual Sales Convention Banquet of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1962 Feb. 21
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Address of Asa T. Spaulding to the Students at the School of Business, U. N. C., 1964?
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Ambassador of Liberia to Washington to Visit Durham,circa 1979
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America Loses a Friend andAnwar Sadat – a Martyr for Peace!, 1981 Oct.
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Annual Statement, 63rd (NC Mutual), 1961 Dec. 31
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The Annual Statement – An Account of Stewardship,circa 1939
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Anwar Sadat – A Martyr for Peace, 1981 Oct. 6
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An Appeal for the End of Violence and related correspondence, 1968 Apr. 9
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Are We Being Kidded? for theNew York Amsterdam Star News, 1942 Jan. 31
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Are We Too Hard?, undated
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Are You a Murderer? orRespect for Human Life, undated
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Around the World with the Spauldings or '5000 Years in 56 Days'Parts 1-3,1957
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At That Secret Place, undated
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An Autobiographical Presentation, Frederick Douglass Sesquicentennial Commemoration, University of Rochester, 1967 Mar. 16
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An Autobiographical Presentation - notecards, 1967 Mar. 16
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Autobiography
Correspondence, 1978 Jan.-1980
(4 folders)
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Autobiography
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Correspondence,1981 Mar.-Oct.
(2 folders)
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Drafts
1980 Table of Contents and related papers (Drafts from this Table of Contents to follow)
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1981 Table of Contents and related papers (Drafts from this Table of Contents to follow this folder)
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Chapters 1-5, circa 1981
(5 folders)
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Chapter 6, Section 1, circa 1981
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Chapter 8, circa 1981
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Chapter 3 1/2 and 1982 Table of Contents, circa 1982
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Autobiography: Draft of 1983 Table of Contents (Drafts from this Table of Contents to follow)
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Chapter 1 – multiple drafts, circa 1983
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Chapters 2-5, circa 1983
(4 folders)
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Chapter 6 – multiple drafts, circa 1983
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Chapter 6a (formerly 6b per 1983 Table of Contents), circa 1983
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Chapter 6b (formerly 6c per 1983 Table of Contents), circa 1983
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Chapter 6c (formerly 6a per 1983 Table of Contents), circa 1983
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Chapter 7 – multiple drafts, circa 1983
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Chapters 8-9, circa 1983
(3 folders)
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Autobiography
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Drafts
Chapters 9a-11, circa 1983
(3 folders)
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Notes and Outlines, undated
(2 folders)
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Interviews
Conditions Governing Access note

Use of unpublished interviews in autobiographical material is restricted. Permission is not granted for publication. The user is responsible for obtaining permission to publish from the interviews.

Bean, Ambassador Maurice, 1979 Nov. 18
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Berry, John L., 1979 Oct. 12
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Bouleware, C. E. 1978 June
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Brennan, Mrs. Isadora, 1979 Apr. 4
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Bryant, R. Kelly Jr., 1979 Mar. 1
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Burns, William, 1979 June 27
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Butler, Mr. E. M., 1979 Apr. 6
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Campbell, Dr., 1979 June 28
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Campbell, Dr. J. E. (summary), 1979 June
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Carterette, Miss Clara, 1979 Apr. 5
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Clement, W. A., 1979 Apr. 4
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Dowdy, Dr. Lewis, 1979 June 25
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Edmunds, Dr. Helen, 1979 Apr. 2
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Gregg, N. L., 1979 June 25
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Henderson, J. J., 1979 Apr. 2
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Jones, Dorsie [Dossie?], 1979 Mar. 1
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Kennedy, W. J., Jr., 1979 June 27
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Kennedy, W. J., III, 1979 Mar. 1
(2 folders)
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Lynch, Rev. Lorenzo, 1979 Apr. 2
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Nichols, Dr. Owen B., 1979 Oct. 11
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Rollins, Steed, 1979 June 28
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Rollins, Steed (summary), 1979 June 28
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Sansom, James Jr., 1979 June 28
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Scarborough, Dewey S., 1979 June 27
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Spaulding, Asa T.,1979
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Spaulding, John Andrew, 1979 Mar. 29
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Spears, A. E., 1979 June 22
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Swindell, Edward, 1979 June 27
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Watts, Dr. C. D., 1979 Apr. 3
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Autobiography
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Interviews
White, N. B., 1979 Apr. 4
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Williams, Dr. Lorraine, 1979 Sept. 26
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Woods, Dr. Geraldine, 1979 Sept. 19
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Wyche, Mr. Henry, 1979 Apr. 5
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Permission request and restriction forms (drafts of sample forms used by Spaulding)
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Questionnaires completed by persons providing info on A. T. Spaulding for the Autobiography (form by John Fleming)
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Resume of John Fleming, conductor of interviews, and related papers, circa 1979 Jan.
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Proposal,1978
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Research Material
General Research Material
(3 folders)

See also "Biographical" folders inSubject Files.

[Some items removed to Oversize Materials, Writings and Speeches Series.]

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Biographical Sketches,1960-1981
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Family, circa 1980
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Family Reunion,1981
(2 folders)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Writings and Speeches Subseries.]

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Autobiography
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Research Materials
FBI Investigation,1979
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North Carolina Mutual, 1935-1968 and undated

[Some items removed to Oversize Materials, Writings and Speeches Series.

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Autobiography: Titles (Spaulding’s notes), undated
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Backstage North Carolina Mutual, N.C. Mutual Managers' Advisory Council Meeting,1953 May 28
(3 copies)
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Baptist Fish, undated
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Beginning of the Shaw University Speakers Forum, undated
(Multiple drafts)
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Behavioral Science and Company Social Responsibility – Two of the Many Concerns of Present Day Management, address before University of North Carolina School of Business Administration Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma National Honor Society, 1964 May 7
(2 drafts)
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Black Business in the New South, undated
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Bloody Sunday, undated
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The Bridge to the Other Side, 1965
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Bridging Gaps, undated
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A Brief History of the Civil Rights Movement since 1900, 1969 Nov. 14
(2 copies)
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A Brief Outline History of the Organization, Growth, and Development of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1898-1931,circa 1931
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The Business of Voluntary Support and related correspondence,1967
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A Challenge of the Ages: A 1978 Crusade for Peace! and related work, 1977 Dec.
(Multiple drafts)
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Challenge an Opportunity and Opportunity a Challenge – A Commencement Address at Durham Business College, 1962 June 2
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Challenge – Response and Change, Keynote Address: Business Clinic and Founder’s Day and related correspondence, 1962 Apr. 9 and 1963 Apr. 28
(Multiple drafts)
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Change, By Evolution or Revolution,circa 1979
(Multiple drafts)
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Change Made, Change Still Needed, opinion column,Durham Sun, 1979 May 25
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Charting Our Course for the Future, 1938 June 16
(2 copies)
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Christmas Prayer from the President, undated
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Citizen Views: Appeal for Unity, 1979 May 7
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Climate, undated
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A Collection of Some Sayings By Asa T. Spaulding, Sr. – unpublished, 1973 Feb. 12
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Columbus County, undated
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Commencement Address, Graduating Class Matthew’s County Junior High School,circa 1935
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Concept – Let’s Not Violate It, undated
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Concerning the statement made by Asa Spaulding at the National Urban League Conference, 1963 Aug.
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Corporate Policy, undated
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Crises – History Making Opportunites, undated
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The Crusader, undated
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A Day for Great Ideas – A Challenge to College Students, undated
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Dedication-- Keynote address Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer member Federal Reserve Board of Governors, circa 1966
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Delivery By a Day Pregnant with History,circa 1969
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Diaries (travel diaries),1955-1956, 1964-1969
(Folders 1-3 of 4)
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Diaries (travel diaries),1955-1956, 1964-1969
(Folder 4 of 4)
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Discrimination and the Negro in the United States at the 9th General Conference of UNESCO and related correspondence, 1956 Nov. 26
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Discrimination Immoral and Costly, undated
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Do You Want to Get Well? Do You Want to Be a Successful Staff Man?, undated
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Dr. A. M. Moore and North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1966 Oct. 20
(Multiple drafts)
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Dr. Helen G. Edmonds Makes Impact Upon the Durham Community, 1977 May 7
(Multiple drafts)
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Duke Homestead Ceremonies, 1968 Apr. 28
(Multiple drafts)
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The Durham of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow and related correspondence, Downtown Development Association Annual Meeting,1963 Aug. 28
(2 drafts)
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Durham Pays Tribute to Sergeant Joe Louis Barrow, 1944
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Durham’s Greatest Need! letter to the editor,Durham Sun, 1979 Apr. 22
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Effective Employer-Employee Relations in the Small Businessand related correspondence, 1963 May
(2 copies)
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Election is step-by-step process, 1980 Aug. 22
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Emancipation Greetings, 1966 Jan. 1
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Emotions of the Soul: What Hath God Wrought, 1977 Nov. 21
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Equal Employment Opportunity from the Viewpoint of a Negro Employer,delivered as panelist at "Equal Employment Opportunity Luncheon," Chamber of Commerce of the United States Fifty-Third Annual Meeting,1965 Apr. 26
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Facing the Future with What Foundations! report to the Officers and Directors, NC Mutual Life Insurance Company,1939 Jan. 9
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Fiftieth Anniversary Program, 1949 Apr. 1
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5000 Years in 50 Days, 1956 Nov.-Dec.
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Flying from Bermuda to Philadelphia, 1980 Feb. 10
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Focus on the Future – UNESCO at New Delhi, 1956, 1956
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For Life – On What Foundations?circa 1937
(4 drafts and 1 page of a partial draft)
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For a United Durham, 1951 May
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From the President’s Desk (Series; individual titles follow)
A Burning Issue, 1963
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Corporate Social Responsibility,circa 1966
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Education and Freedom in a World of Conflict, 1961 Apr.
(3 drafts)
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ForThe Whetstone educational issue,1959 June
(3 drafts)
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ForThe Whetstone life underwriter's issue, undated
(Multiple drafts)
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The Jesus Way, undated
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Life Insurance in an Exploding Economy,circa 1959
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More and Better Education a Necessity, undated
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More and Better Education Needed, undated
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North Carolina Mutual’s 57th Anniversary Celebration, 1956
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Preparation for the Abundant Life, 1967
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Report to Policyholders, 1963
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What it Takes to Excel as a Life Underwriter, 1966
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What We Dedicated,circa 1966
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Untitled, undated
(Multiple drafts)
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Ghanaian Council Encourages U. S. Private Investment, International Commerce, 1967 Apr. 10
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A Giant Oak Has Fallen! (regarding death of Pres. Emeritus of Howard University, Dr. Mordecai Wyatt Johnson),1976
(2 drafts)
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The Good Samaritan; the Golden Rule – Christmas (Whetstonearticle for Christmas), undated
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Good Tidings of Great Joy – For Whom? andWhere are the Nine? undated
(2 drafts)
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Half a Billion Insurance, 1944 Mar.
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A Historic Social Function, 1959 Nov.
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The History of Negro Insurance in the United States, 1943 Aug. 31
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If a Man Can. . .Build a Better Mouse Trap, 1966 June 6
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If I Were a High School Student Today, 1963 Sept.
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Immediate Problems Facing Our Companies: Specific Agency Expense, 1937 May 27
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The Impact of the Changing World on Women’s Organizations – Economically: An Overall Picture of the Economic Situation as It Relates to the Negro People, address at theNational Council of Negro Women, Inc. Conference, 1956 May 26
(Typescripts and multiple printings)
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The Importance of One’s Choices and Performances in Career Building,delivered at Howard University School of Business and Public Administration, 1978 Oct. 19
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Impressions from Twenty Days Behind the 'Iron Curtain,' 1969, 1970
(Multiple drafts)
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India and Its People, 1957
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India and UNESCO, 1957 July 27
(2 drafts)
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'In the Fullness of Time;' A Crusade for Peace! A 1978 New Year’s Challenge! 1978
(Multiple drafts)
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'In the Fullness of Time,' a Prince of Peace: A 1977 Prelude to Christmas and related papers, 1977 Dec. 18 and 24
(Multiple drafts)
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In Retrospect and In Prospect, 1963
(2 drafts)
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Instructors with Visions of the Future: Essentials to Good Education, press release, undated
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Instructors with Visions of the Future: Vital to Quality Education for Tomorrow! undated
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Insurance Lessons Drawn from the Incident of the 'Mighty Mo' and 'Mighty Mo' and Life Insurance, 1960 Sept. 15 and Oct. 15
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Insurance – A Tree for All Seasons and Purposes, 1980
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Interaction: Challenge – Response and Change and other related speeches,1962
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In Times Like These,circa 1937
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Introduction of Ambassador Harman, 1963 Feb. 11
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Introduction of Brook Hays Platform Guest, 1959 Feb. 15
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Introduction of Dr. Hussein Hassouna, Political Counselor of the Embassy of Egypt in Washington,circa 1979-1980
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Introduction of His Excellency, Francis A. Dennis, Ambassador of the Republic of Liberia to the United States, Washington, White Rock Baptist Church, 1979 Feb. 25
(2 drafts)
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Introduction of Honorable Maxwell M. Rabb, Secretary to the Cabinet, 1957 Oct. 21
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Introduction of J. McNeil Smith at North Carolina College, 1959 May 1
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Introduction of Mr. E. M. Debrah White Rock Baptist Church, 1962 Feb. 11
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Introduction of Mr. E. M. Martin, 1963 Mar. 1
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Is the Future of Private Enterprise Being Jeopardized? press release, 1974 Apr.
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Is It Better To Be A Dog? (article forRaleigh New and Observer), undated
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Is Life Worth Living: Does It Pay? undated
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It Was a Night to Remember,circa 1959
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The Key Business of the Modern World Installments I-XV,1938
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Kick-Off Message to the Woman-In-Action Coalition for the Reduction of Violence, 1968 Sept. 4
(2 drafts)
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Knowledge is Essential, But Insufficient, address at Langston High School, and related papers, 1962 May and 1980 Nov.
(Multiple drafts)
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Lack of Appreciation of Negro of Negro Market, undated
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Laws of Nature May Be Friend or Foe, undated
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Left Disturbed, press release and related letter regarding Gov. Hunt's decision in the Wilmington 10 case, 1978 Jan. 24
(Multiple drafts)
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Legal Interpretation of Policy Contract Clauses, etc.,circa 1930s
(2 drafts)
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Let Us Give Thanks, 1964
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Letters to the Editor,1970-1980
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Life Insurance a Bulwark of the Family and the Nation – one draft and the newspaper article,1954
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Life Insurance A Living Economic Organism and related correspondence [handwritten and typed], circa 1946
(2 drafts)
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Life Insurance Operations Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow from an Actuary’s Viewpoint, 1948 June 24
(2 copies)
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Local Communities A Training Ground for World Citizenship, 1957 May?
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Louis E. Austin: A Man Ahead of His Time, 1971 June 14
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A Man of Many Talents Passed This Way!circa 1979. See "Murray J. Marvin: A Man of Talent and Energy."
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Manager’s Function in Risk Selection and Claims,circa 1935
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"The Measure of a Man -- Kenneth W. Clement," (eulogy),1974 Dec. 13
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Meet the Candidates, 1982 June 24
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Meeting Challenges, NC Mutual Managers Advisory Council, 1967 May 18
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Meeting the Challenges of the Sixties with Action, keynote address at the Fortieth Annual National Insurance Association Convention, Detroit, Mich.,1960 July 27
(2 drafts)
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A Memorable Day for Me,circa 1960s or 1970s
(Multiple drafts)
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A Message of Hope or a Message of Despair, undated
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A Message: Some Things the North Carolina Mutual Representative Should Know, 1934 Nov.
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'Mighty Mo' and Life Insurance, 1950 Oct.
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Miles Mark Fisher, a Leader of His Flock 1933-1965, 1983 Feb. 13
(Multiple drafts)
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Miscellaneous notes for articles and speeches
(1-4 of 8 folders)
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Miscellaneous notes for articles and speeches
(5-8 of 8 folders)
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Moral and Spiritual Values: America’s Greatest Need, address delivered at North Carolina College at Durham,1958 Nov. 9
(3 copies)
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The More Abundant Life and related program,1967 May 28
(Multiple drafts)
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Mountain Top Experiences, undated
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Murray Marvin: A Man of Talent and Energy, 1979 Sept. 29
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Musings of A. T. Spaulding, 1980 May
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My Reason for Optimism and Hope, 1972 Dec. 25 and 1973 Jan. 21
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The National Newspaper Publishers Association Convention and related work,1966 June 23
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"NCM Presidents' Connections With Shaw University," circa 1980
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Negro Insurance–3 different printings,1943, 1946
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Negro Insurance in the United States and related correspondence, circa 1943
(Multiple drafts)
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Negro Insurance in the United States, working papers,1941-1944
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New and Future Contracts,circa 1935
(2 copies)
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The New Life, 1960
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Nigerian Ambassador Expresses ‘Profound Gratitude’ for Two Day Visit to Durham, 1978 May
(Multiple drafts)
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1955 Footprints of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, The Whetstone, 1956 1st quarter
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North Carolina government: color conscious or color blind [untitled],1963 Mar. 23
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North Carolina Mutual and the Civil Rights Struggle: A Statement of Company Position, 1967 July 25
(2 drafts)
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North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. . .A Symbol and related work, circa 1962
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North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company and the Durham Community, address to Kiwanis Club of Durham,1967 June 29
(2 drafts)
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No Place for ‘Drop-Outs’, 1963 Sept.
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Obituary of Lula Spaulding Jackson, undated
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O. K., 1937 Aug.
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The Omitted Asset – You orYou are Important, 1951 Apr. 25
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Once-A-Week(Guest editorial inThe Wilmington Journal),1979 June 28
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One of a Kind, 1979 Nov. 24
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On a Mission to Liberia, 1956
(Multiple drafts)
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On a Study Tour of West Germany, 1967 Oct. 29-Nov. 12
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Opening Pandora’s Box: A Management Dilemma, Annual Business Leadership Lecture, Graduate School of Business Administration, The University of Michigan, given upon Spaulding's receipt of school's 1971 Business Leadership Award; and related correspondence and notes,1971
(Multiple drafts, 2 folders)
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Opinions on the ‘70’s: North Carolina - South Carolina, 1970 Jan.
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Opportunities for Fraternities in a Changing Educational World, 1967 Aug. 16
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Opportunities for Negro Youth in the Business World, 1949 Apr. 8
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Our Environment, 1973
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Our Future Lies in Pulling Together, opinion column,Durham Sun, 1979 Oct. 23 [published same day inDurham Morning Herald asWhat Kind of Leader Do We Want?]
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Our Heritage,circa 1960s
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Our Name Plate, 1937 Sept.
(2 drafts)
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Outworn Prejudices, (comments by A. T. Spaulding) and related correspondence,1937
(2 drafts)
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Partners in Business, 1940 Nov.
(2 copies)
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Pastoral Prayer,circa 1960s
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A Pathway to Greatness! A Lay Sermon, 1979 Nov. 11
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Peddling Your Prunes, 1937 Oct.
(2 copies)
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A Personal Approach to the Problems of Racial Equality,circa 1959
(3 drafts)
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Pertinent Executive Problems, 1939 July 12-14
(2 copies)
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Pregnant History Delivers: Launching and Return of Apollo 11!eyewitness account of launch printed inCongressional Record, Senate,1969 Aug. 11
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Preliminaries to a Major Construction Job, 1963
(2 drafts)
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Premium Rates, 1935 May 23
(2 drafts [rough and final])
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"Present Day Challenges to the Business Student and to the Corporation," circa 1964
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"President Carter's Hospital Containment Bill," circa 1977-1981
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The President Looks at His Job, 1962 Jan. 22
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President’s Message, undated
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President’s Message: John Moses Avery, My Friend and Comrade, 1951
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Proud Parents of a Wise Son, 1977 May 21
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Radio Address by Asa T. Spaulding, Candidate for County Commissioner, 1954 June 24
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Receiving Key to Branch Office, undated
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Reflections of Asa T. Spaulding, Sr., Following the Funeral of Godfrey Melvin Herndon on Feb. 17, 1978, Durham Sun, 1978 Feb. 22
(Multiple drafts)
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Remarks at President’s Home, response by Asa T. Spaulding to presentation by President Cheek at dinner honoring Howard University Honorary Degree recipients,1976 May 7-8
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The Report of a Joint Enterprise, 1955
(2 drafts)
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Report to Policyholders, 1961 Jan. 9
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Response by Asa T. Spaulding Sr. at ‘A Tribute to Dr. Asa T. Spaulding, Sr. ‘The Inspiration’ and related papers,1981 Feb. 4
(2 drafts)
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Response of Asa T. Spaulding Sr., Recipient of the 50th Anniversary Brotherhood Citation Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews, and related correspondence,1978 June 1
(Multiple drafts)
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Response to ‘Blacks Break Color Bar in the Board Room’,circa 1971
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A Retirement Plan for Teachers and related correspondence,1936 Nov.
(2 copies)
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Return from Bermuda, 1972 Feb. 21
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The Rise to the Presidency and National Attention, 1962
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Rising Standards of Living and Future Money Needs,circa 1962
(2 copies)
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Seeking Loftier Heights, undated
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The Selection of a Candidate for President, 1980 Aug. 19
(Multiple drafts)
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Sharing History’s Pages with Queens and Kings,circa 1959
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The Social Idea in the Settlement of Claims (For release in JulyWhetstone), undated
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Some American Profiles in an Age of Challenge, 1958
(3 drafts)
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Some Challenges to Educators, 1965 Apr. 3
(2 drafts)
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Some Effects of Old Age Security Act, undated
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Some Life Insurance Problems in a Changing Order,circa 1935
(2 copies)
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Some Observations on Organizational Structure and Set-Up of a Mutual Life Insurance Company, undated
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Some Stages in the Evolution of Life Insurance: A Brief History of its Development in England Prior to 1870 and in the United States since 1759, presented before a class of actuarial students, University of Michigan,1932 Mar. 11
(2 copies)
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Some Things the Business Man of Today Should Know,circa 1936
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Spaulding Attends Reception for President Toure: Twenty Years Later – Spaulding Greets President Toure Again,circa 1979
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Spaulding Commends Governor But Sees Disappointment, undated
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Spaulding Comments on Negro Revolt, 1966 Sept. 15
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Spaulding on ‘Black-Power’ notes, articles, and clippings,1966-1967
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Spaulding Speaks to Black Insurance Executives, 1979 July 15-19
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Spaulding’s Comment on the President’s Summit Speech, undated
(2 drafts)
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A Statement before the House of Representative Committee on Un-American Activities, 1967 Oct. 25
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A Statement by Asa T. Spaulding, Sr., Candidate for Mayor andStatement II by Asa T. Spaulding, Sr., Candidate for Mayor, 1971 May 3-4
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A Statement by Asa T. Spaulding, Sr. of Durham, NC before the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the Rayburn House Building, 1979 Sept. 21
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Statement of Asa T. Spaulding at the Retirement Program, 1967 Dec. 29
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Stopping Leaks by Paying Attention to the ‘Little Things’ That Count, 1937 July
(2 drafts)
Box AWS-12
Sunday School Lessons and Sermons [Heard by Asa Spaulding], undated
(2 folders)
Box AWS-12
The Symbol of a Triumphant Faith, undated
Box AWS-12
Taking the Tide After the Flood (for release in Aug.Whetstone), undated
Box AWS-12
To: All my Co-Workers and Friends, Thank You Very Much! 1959
(2 drafts)
Box AWS-12
To the Citizens of Durham County, 1970 Dec.
Box AWS-12
To the Voters of Durham County and related work,1980 Apr. 29
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-12
The Total City concept of Asa T. Spaulding, candidate for Mayor,
Box AWS-12
The Tree of Life Insurance and Its Fruits and related works,1953 Sept. 21
(Multiple drafts, 2 folders)
Box AWS-12
Trees Die at the Top – So Do Many Business Organizations, undated
Box AWS-12
A Tribute to Hubert Horatio Humphrey, 1978 Jan. 15
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
A Tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy andIn Memoriam: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1963 Nov. 23 and 25
Box AWS-13
A Tribute to a Worthy Pioneer: Conrad O. Pearson, 1979 Aug. 7
(2 drafts)
Box AWS-13
A True Storyand related program,1964 Apr. 17
Box AWS-13
Two Intertwined and Interwoven Sagas, undated
Box AWS-13
UNESCO: What Is It, What It Does, and How it Works, 1957 Jan. 15
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
United States Delegation Report and related works,1955-1956
Box AWS-13
Untitled Manuscript about A. T. Spaulding’s visit to Bulgaria written by him, undated
Box AWS-13
Upward Thrust, undated
Box AWS-13
An Urge to Self-Improvement,circa 1935
Box AWS-13
Wanted: Housing Money, International Commerce, 1964 Sept. 14
Box AWS-13
Wanted! More George Leigh-Mallorys: There Are So Many Mount Everests,Commencement Address at Dillard University, New Orleans,1959 June 1
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
Watch the Accent, 1937 Nov.
Box AWS-13
Welcome – On the Occasion of the Formal Dedication of the New Home Office Building, 1966 Apr. 2
Box AWS-13
Welcome to Ground-breaking Ceremonies for NC Mutual Life Insurance Company’s New Home Office Building and another Ground-breaking ceremony speech,1963 May 17
Box AWS-13
Welcome to President Sekou Toure and related article,1959 Oct. 29
Box AWS-13
Welcome to 17th Annual Sales Convention, 1961 Feb. 16
Box AWS-13
A Welcome to Society of Debutantes and related correspondence,1966
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
What Kind of Leader Do We Want?, opinion column,Durham Morning Herald, 1979 Oct. 23 [published same day inDurham SunasOur Future Lies in Pulling Together]
Box AWS-13
What Price Mortality!,circa 1934
Box AWS-13
What Seek Ye?circa 1937
(2 drafts)
Box AWS-13
What Will Be Our Attitude?, 1943
Box AWS-13
Where Are the Nine?,circa 1960s
Box AWS-13
Which Is the Better Way, Durham?, 1979 Oct. 19
Box AWS-13
Which Way America, In Our Race-Relations Dilemma? 1972 Feb. 13
(2 drafts)
Box AWS-13
Who Was the First Black Actuary in America? undated
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
Who Was the Lucky Guy? undated
(Multiple drafts)
Box AWS-13
Whose Fault Is It?,circa 1933
Box AWS-13
Why Consider the Negro Vote: ‘A Dangerous Political Football’?, undated
Box AWS-13
Why I Am Supporting President Carter for Re-election, 1980 Oct. 11
Box AWS-13
Why I Support the Nixon-Lodge Ticket, 1960
Box AWS-13
Wisdom, undated
Box AWS-13
The World We Live In,circa 1950s
Box AWS-13
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Keynote Address to the Technicians of the National Insurance Association,1962 Jul. 24
Box AWS-13
Works by Other Authors. A-Cl
(3 folders)
Box AWS-13
Works by Other Authors. Co-J
(5 folders)
Box AWS-14
Works by Other Authors. K-Nixon
(6 folders)
Box AWS-15
Works by Other Authors. No-S
(7 folders)
Box AWS-16
Works by Other Authors. T-Z
(4 folders)

[Some items removed to Oversize Materials, Writings and Speeches Series.]

Box AWS-17

Organizations Series, 1930-1983 and undated, bulk 1954-1970

145 boxes

Material documenting Spaulding's affiliations with a wide variety of activist, business, civic, educational, fraternal, political, and religious organizations. Contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, and printed material. Major organizations represented include the American Academy of Achievement, the American Management Association, the Board of Adjustment for the City of Durham, the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, the Durham County Board of Commissioners, Howard University, the Mayor's Committee on Human Relations (Durham), the Mechanics and Farmers Bank, the NAACP, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the National Industrial Conference Board, the National Urban League, the North Carolina Advisory Committee to the President's Commission on Civil Rights, North Carolina Central University, Omega Psi Phi, the President's Commission on Income Maintenance, Shaw University, UNESCO, the Urban Coalition, the Urban National Corporation, and White Rock Baptist Church. Arranged alphabetically by name of organization.

A. T. Spaulding Consulting and Advisory Services,1971
Box AO-1
Action Housing Inc.,1967
Box AO-1
Action-In-Manpower,1968
Box AO-1
Actuarial Science Fellowship Fund,1960
Box AO-1
Adlai Stevenson Institute,1968
Box AO-1
Admirals of the Flagship Fleet,1965
Box AO-1
Advisory Committee to the Youth Opportunity Campaign,1964-1966
Box AO-1
Afram Continental Corporation,1960-1961
(2 folders)
Box AO-1
African-American Students Foundation, Inc.,1959
Box AO-1
African-American Trade and Development Association, Inc.,1961
Box AO-1
African Methodist Episcopal Church,1964
Box AO-1
Afro-American Society,1968
Box AO-1
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1967
Box AO-2
Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina,1959-1970
(2 folders)
Box AO-2
Airline Passengers’ Association,1979
Box AO-2
Alexander Sterling Hunter Lodge,1977
Box AO-2
Algonquin Tennis Club,1941
Box AO-2
Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club of Wake County,1980
Box AO-2
Alliance for Progress,1965-1968
Box AO-2
Allied Arts of Durham, Inc.,1965-1967
Box AO-2
Alumni Federation of New York University,1977-1980
Box AO-2
American Academy of Achievement,1964-1971 and undated
(Folder 1 of 12)
Box AO-2
American Academy of Achievement,1964-1971 and undated
(Folders 2-9 of 12)
Box AO-3
American Academy of Achievement,1964-1971 and undated
(Folders 10-12 of 12)
Box AO-4
American Academy of Actuaries,1965-1983
(2 folders)
Box AO-4
The American Academy of Political and Social Science,1968
Box AO-4
American Arbitration Association,1961-1963
Box AO-4
American Assembly,1967-1979
(2 folders)
Box AO-4
American Association for The United Nations,1957
Box AO-5
American Association of Individual Investors
Box AO-5
American Association of Retired Persons
Box AO-5
The American Association of University Teachers of Insurance,1959-1961
Box AO-5
American Baptist Convention—Benedict College,1956-1959
Box AO-5
American Bar Association,1957
Box AO-5
American Biographical Institute
Box AO-5
American Cancer Society,1953-1980
Box AO-5
American Chemical Society,1965
Box AO-5
American Civil Liberties Union,1964
Box AO-5
American Committee on Africa,1959-1967
Box AO-5
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO),1972-1980
Box AO-5
American Federation for the Blind,1961 and undated
Box AO-5
American Foundation for Negro Affairs,1968
Box AO-5
American Freedom Association, 1957 Jan.
(2 folders)
Box AO-5
American Freedom Forest Dedication Committee,1964-1966
Box AO-5
American Freedom from Hunger Foundation, Inc.,1957-1967
(Folder 1 of 6)
Box AO-5
American Freedom from Hunger Foundation, Inc.,1957-1967
(Folders 2-6 of 6)
Box AO-6
American Friends Service Committee,1949-1968 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-6
The American Heritage Foundation,1957
Box AO-7
American Institute of Management,1959-1967 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-7
American Legion,1965-1970
Box AO-7
American Management Association,1962-1969 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 15)
Box AO-7
American Management Association,1962-1969 and undated
(Folders 3-8 of 15)
Box AO-8
American Management Association, 1962-1969 and undated
(Folders 9-13 of 15)
Box AO-9
American Management Association,1962-1969 and undated
(Folders 14-15 of 15)
Box AO-10
American Mathematical Society,1959-1966
Box AO-10
American Negro Emancipation Centennial,1956
Box AO-10
American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa,1964-1968
Box AO-10
American Red Cross,1934-1951
Box AO-10
American Security Council,1961
Box AO-10
American Security Council Education Foundation,1977
Box AO-10
American Society of African Culture,1959-1962
Box AO-10
American Statistical Association,1961-1964
Box AO-10
Americans for Biafran Relief,1969
Box AO-10
Americans for Democratic Action,1964
Box AO-10
Annual Reports of Corporations,1962-1973
(Folders 1-2 of 11)
Box AO-10
Annual Reports of Corporations,1962-1973
(Folders 3-8 of 11)
Box AO-11
Annual Reports of Corporations,1962-1973
(Folders 9-11 of 11)
Box AO-12
A. Philip Randolph Institute,1969-1971
(2 folders)
Box AO-12
Asa T. Spaulding Association (ATSA) Journal,1983
Box AO-12
Asa T. Spaulding Insurance Society
(3 folders)
Box AO-12
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies,1980
Box AO-12
Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges,1969
Box AO-12
Association for the Integration of Management, Inc.,1971-1982
Box AO-13
Association Internationale des Estudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commercials,1962-1966
Box AO-13
Association of Social Science Teachers in Negro Schools,1948-1952
Box AO-13
Association for the study of Negro Life and History, Inc.,1962-1968
Box AO-13
Atlanta Secretarial League,1964
Box AO-13
The Atlantic Council of the United States,1977
Box AO-13
AVCO Corporation,1972
Box AO-13
Joseph V. Baker Associates, Inc.,1961
Box AO-13
Baptist Leader,1980
Box AO-13
Beta Gamma Sigma,1942-1968
Box AO-13
Black Economic Development Corporation, Inc.,1969
(2 folders)
Box AO-13
Black Solidarity Committee,1969
Box AO-13
Board of Adjustment, City of Durham,1955-1968 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 19)
Box AO-13
Board of Adjustment, City of Durham,1955-1968 and undated
(Folders 5-12 of 19)
Box AO-14
Board of Adjustment, City of Durham,1955-1968 and undated
(Folders 13-19 of 19)
Box AO-15
Booker T. Washington Memorial Foundation,1948
Box AO-15
Bowles and Tillinghast, Inc.,1964 and undated
Box AO-15
Boy Scouts of America,1947-1950
Box AO-15
Boy Scouts of America,1957-1967
Box AO-16
Boyden International Group, Inc.,1970-1979
(4 folders)
Box AO-16
Boys’ Clubs of America, Inc.,1947-1983
(Folder 1 of 5)
Box AO-16
Boys’ Clubs of America, Inc.,1947-1983
(Folders 2-5 of 5)
Box AO-17
Bureau of Government Research,1969
Box AO-17
Burlington Industries,1980
Box AO-18
Business Committee for the Arts,1967-1970
Box AO-18
Business Development Corporation of North Carolina (BDCNC),1982
Box AO-18
Business Week Reports to Executives on Public Relations for Industry
Box AO-18
Camp Graham Development—Durham County,1959
Box AO-18
Campbell University,1971-1980
Box AO-18
Capital Formation, Inc.,1970
Box AO-18
Carolina Friends School,1965-1966
Box AO-18
Carolina Population Center,1971
Box AO-18
Carte Blanche,1965
Box AO-18
Center for Human Relations Concerns of Business,1974
Box AO-18
Center for International Management Studies,1971
Box AO-18
Center for Urban Studies, University of Miami,1971
Box AO-18
Century Mark Association of America,1960-1965
Box AO-18
Chain Investment Corporation,1965-1966
Box AO-18
Challenge, Inc.,1969-1970
Box AO-18
Chamber of Commerce of the United States,1950-1968 and undated
(Folder 1 of 18)
Box AO-18
Chamber of Commerce of the United States,1950-1968 and undated Mar.
(Folders 2-8 of 18)
Box AO-19
Chamber of Commerce of the United States,1950-1968 and undated June
(Folders 9-15 of 18)
Box AO-20
Chamber of Commerce of the United States,1950-1968 and undated
(Folders 16-18 of 18)
Box AO-21
Chicago Daily Defender Round Table of Commerce,1964-1967
Box AO-21
Chicago Urban League. General,1957-1968
Box AO-21
Chicago Urban League. Printed Material,1958-1968
Box AO-21
Chicago Urban League. Official Reports and Statements,1959-1965
(2 folders)
Box AO-22
Child Advocacy Commission of Durham,1980
Box AO-22
Christian Higher Education Challenge,1960-1962
Box AO-22
Chrysler Corporation,1969
Box AO-22
Churches. Programs,1960-1982

See separate entry in this series for materials on White Rock Baptist Church.

Box AO-22
Citation Photo Industries, Inc.,1983
Box AO-22
Citizens’ Advisory Committee,1962-1965
Box AO-22
Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, Inc.,1968
Box AO-22
Citizens’ Committee to Promote Passage of Constitutional Amendment,1970
Box AO-22
City Club of New York,1972
Box AO-22
City College of New York,1967
Box AO-22
City of Durham,1964
Box AO-22
Clean Community Systems of Durham,1982
Box AO-22
Cleland Committee,1974
Box AO-22
College of Agricultural Sciences,1983
Box AO-22
College Foundation, Inc.,1964
Box AO-22
Colored Orphanage of North Carolina,1942-1958
Box AO-22
Columbus County Agricultural Conservation Association,1939-1944
Box AO-22
Committee for Economic Development,1962-1968
(5 folders)
Box AO-23
Committee for the Establishment of a Black Cultural Arts Center in North Carolina,1978
Box AO-23
Committee on State and Local Government Cooperation,1971

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-23
Committee on State and Local Government Cooperation,1971
(2 folders)
Box AO-24
Committee to Study Financing for Industrial Development,1962
Box AO-24
Committee in Support of United Forces for Education Proposals,1967
Box AO-24
Common Cause,1970-1971 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-24
Community Chest,1940-1944
Box AO-24
Community Health Organization Committee,1964
Box AO-24
Community Planning Council,1963
Box AO-24
Community, Regional and Natural Resources Development Group Committee,1966-1967
Box AO-24
Community Service Bureau,1963
Box AO-24
Conference of Actuaries in Public Practice,1949-1964
Box AO-24
Conference on Cities,1971
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box AO-24
Conference on Cities,1971
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box AO-25
Committee on State and Local Government Corporation,1972
(6 folders)
Box AO-25
Committee on State and Local Government Corporation,1972-1973 and undated
Box AO-26
Congress of African Peoples,1971
Box AO-26
Congress of Racial Equality,1963-1965
Box AO-26
Congress on Civil Rights, 1946
Box AO-26
Congressional Black Caucus,1971-1982 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-26
Consortium of Colleges and Universities,1968
Box AO-26
Continental Africa Chamber of Commerce,1979-1982 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 7)
Box AO-26
Continental Africa Chamber of Commerce,1979-1982 and undated
(Folders 2-7 of 7)
Box AO-27
Coordinating Council for Senior Citizens,1980
Box AO-27
Cornell University, 1964, 1978
Box AO-27
Corporate Support Committee,1965
Box AO-27
Corporation for the Advancement of Experiential Learning Programs,1968-1983 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-28
Council for a Livable World,1964
Box AO-28
Council on Religion and International Affairs,1965-1968
Box AO-28
Cow-Country Commentary,1964
Box AO-28
Cyclopedia of Insurance in the United States,1957
Box AO-28
Dag Hammarskjold Foundation,1963-1964, and undated
Box AO-28
Dedication of the Magnolia Ernest Recreational Complex,1977
Box AO-28
Defense Orientation Conference Association,1967-1969
Box AO-28
Democratic Convention,1978
Box AO-28
Democratic National Committee,1948-1973
Box AO-28
Democratic Party/National Convention,1980-1981

[Some items removed to Oversize Materials, Organizations Series.]

Box AO-29
Dillard University,1959
Box AO-29
District Court. Juvenile Division, 1971
Box AO-29
Division of World Mission Support,1961
Box AO-29
Donelain Pharmaceuticals, Inc.,1967
Box AO-29
Doremus and Company,1964
Box AO-29
Downtown Development Association,1960-1965 and undated
Box AO-29
The Duke Endowment,1978
Box AO-29
Duke Power Company, 1979
Box AO-29
Duke University
Comprehensive Cancer Center,1982
Box AO-29
Divinity School. Board of Visitors,1960-1968
Box AO-29
General information,1966-1978
Box AO-29
Medical Center,1979-1983
Box AO-29
Dunne’s Reports etc.,1956-1961
Box AO-29
Durham Arts Council, 1980
Box AO-29
Durham Boys Choir, 1976
Box AO-29
Durham Business and Professional Chain, 1941-1981
Box AO-29
Durham Business College, 1969
Box AO-29
Durham Centennial,1952-1953
Box AO-29
Durham (N.C.). Chamber of Commerce,1954-1982
(6 folders)
Box AO-30
Durham Chapter of Squaws, Inc., 1982
Box AO-30
Durham: Child First,1978-1979
Box AO-30
Durham City Schools,1967-1968
Box AO-30
Durham College,1977-1978
Box AO-30
Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People,1979-1982
(2 folders)
Box AO-30
Durham Committee on Human Relations,1964-1967
Box AO-30
Durham Committee for Law and Justice, 1969-1970
Box AO-31
Durham Committee on Negro Affairs, 1947-1967
(2 folders)
Box AO-31
Durham Community Planning Council, 1964
Box AO-31
Durham Community and War Fund,1943-1946
Box AO-31
Durham Council on Human Relations, 1964
Box AO-31
Durham County Centennial Commission,1980-1981
Box AO-31
Durham County/City Schools,1978-1979
Box AO-31
Durham County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners,1968-1982 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 13)
Box AO-31
Durham County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners,1968-1982 and undated
(Folders 5-13 of 13)
Box AO-32
Durham County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners, Campaign for,1954
Box AO-32
Durham County Community Mental Health Center,1968
Box AO-32
Durham County Democratic Convention,1983
Box AO-32
Durham County Democratic Executive Committee,1980-1981
Box AO-33
Durham County Department of Public Welfare,1968
Box AO-33
Durham County Health Department,1969-1981
(2 folders)
Box AO-33
Durham County Heart Association,1965
Box AO-33
Durham County Hospital Corporation, 1978-1979
Box AO-33
Durham County Library,1982-1983
Box AO-33
Durham County TB and Health Association, Inc.,1954
Box AO-33
Durham County Young Democrats,1980
Box AO-33
Durham Good Neighbor Drive,1935
Box AO-33
Durham Housing Authority, undated
Box AO-33
Durham Interracial Goodwill Group,1948-1958
Box AO-33
Durham Interracial Goodwill Group. Clippings,1955-1958
Box AO-33
Durham Investment Corporation,1965
Box AO-33
Durham Junior Chamber of Commerce,1964
Box AO-33
Durham—Miscellaneous,1959-1968
Box AO-33
Durham—Orange County Heart Association,1953-1957
Box AO-33
Durham Technical Institute, 1978
Box AO-33
Durham Voters' Alliance,1977
Box AO-33
Durham’s Committee of 100,1954-1965
Box AO-33
Durham’s Interim Committee,1963
Box AO-33
Durham Youth Board,1956
Box AO-33
Educational Conference,1965
Box AO-33
Educational Testing Service,1968
Box AO-33
Ecumenical Institute,1967
Box AO-33
Elizabeth City State College,1968-1969
Box AO-33
Emancipation Centennial Celebration,1963
Box AO-33
The Emergency Land Fund,1979-1982
Box AO-33
Epilepsy Foundation, undated
Box AO-33
Episcopal Church,1968
Box AO-33
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,1964-1965
Box AO-33
Executive Air Service,1960-1961
(2 folders)
Box AO-33
Executive Career Development, Inc.,1964
Box AO-33
Fair Employment Practice Committee,1945
Box AO-34
Family Service, Inc.,1956-1958
Box AO-34
Farleigh Dickinson University,1968-1970
Box AO-34
Father of the Year,1975
Box AO-34
Feature Broadcasting System, Inc.,1959
Box AO-34
Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations,1965
Box AO-34
Forbes,1964
Box AO-34
Ford Foundation,1961-1971 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-34
Foreign Policy Association,1958-1968
Box AO-34
Forty Club,1970
Box AO-34
Foster Business, Inc.,1960
Box AO-34
Foundation for Better Health of Durham,1977-1983
Box AO-34
Foundation for Community Development, Inc.,1968
Box AO-34
Foundation for Human Resource Development, Inc.,1967-1969
(2 folders)
Box AO-35
Foundation Library Center,1963
Box AO-35
Free People Foundation,1969
Box AO-35
Friends of Africa and America,1961-1964
Box AO-35
Friends of Duke Chapel,1982-1983
Box AO-35
Friends of LBJ Library,1980-1981
Box AO-35
Friends of Sam Moore Committee,1971 and undated
Box AO-35
Friends of Duke University Library,1980-1982
Box AO-35
Friends of the Durham Library, Inc., undated
Box AO-35
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge,1959-1972
Box AO-35
Fong Testimonial Committee,1963
Box AO-35
Fund for Scientific Education, Inc.,1971-1972
(2 folders)
Box AO-35
Gamma Iota Sigma Insurance Organization,1981
Box AO-35
General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina,1965
Box AO-35
General Electric,1963-1970
(3 folders)
Box AO-35
General Motors Corporation,1961-1968
Box AO-36
Ghana Today,1959
Box AO-36
Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.,1978-1980

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-36
Goodwill Industries of America, Inc.,1966
Box AO-36
Governor’s Advisory Council for State Technical Services Program for North Carolina,1966-1969
(4 folders)
Box AO-36
Governor’s Agricultural-Industrial Tour of North Carolina,1965 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-36
Governor’s Agricultural-Industrial Tour of North Carolina. Printed Material,1959-1965
(Folder 1 of 3)
Box AO-36
Governor’s Agricultural-Industrial Tour of North Carolina. Printed Material,1959-1965
(Folders 2-3 of 3)
Box AO-37
Governor’s Committee for Promotion of Employment for Veterans,1971-1973
(2 folders)
Box AO-37
W.T. Grant Company,1965-1972
(Folders 1-4 of 5)
Box AO-37
W.T. Grant Company,1965-1972
(Folder 5 of 5)
Box AO-38
Greater Organization for Divine Television (GOD-TV),1974
Box AO-38
Greensboro College,1983
Box AO-38
Hampton Institute,1963-1967
Box AO-38
Harris, Upham, & Company,1964-1968
Box AO-38
Hawkins Campaign Fund,1968
Box AO-38
Historic Figures, Inc., 1968-1980
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box AO-38
Historic Figures, Inc., 1968-1980
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box AO-39
Hollywood Beach Idea Bulletin,1964
Box AO-39
Holy Land State Committee,1978
Box AO-39
Housing Affairs Letter,1964
Box AO-39
Howard University
Addresses byJohn Hope Franklin, 1961, 1968
Box AO-39
Clippings,1962-1972
Box AO-39
Correspondence,1943-1954, 1961-1970, 1975-1983 and undated
(4 folders)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-39
Index Publishing Company,1953-1960
Box AO-40
Information Services Corporation,1968-1973
Box AO-40
Institute for American Democracy,1966-1968
Box AO-40
Institute for Black Elected Officials, 1969
Box AO-40
Institute for International Education, 1964
Box AO-40
Institute for Regional Development,1967
Box AO-40
Institute for the Study of Economic Systems,1968-1969
Box AO-40
Institute of Home Office Underwriters,1962
Box AO-40
The Institute of Mathematical Statistics,1946-1961
Box AO-40
Institute of the Black World,1971
Box AO-40
Institute on Retirement Planning,1959
Box AO-40
Insurance Hall of Fame,1978-1983
(2 folders)
Box AO-40
The Intelligence Digest Service,1964
Box AO-40
International African Chamber of Commerce,1971-1972
Box AO-40
International Association of Fire Fighters,1971
Box AO-41
International Business Machines Corporation,1946-1980
Box AO-41
International Businessmen’s Who’s Who, undated
Box AO-41
International Conference on Housing, Housing Finance, and Housing Techniques,1966
Box AO-41
International Congress of Actuaries,1957
Box AO-41
International Executive Service Corps,1976-1979
Box AO-41
The International Platform Association,1967-1983
Box AO-41
International Yearbook and Statesman’s Who’s Who, 1961-1964
Box AO-41
Interracial Council for Business Opportunities,1964-1971
Box AO-41
Interstate Citizens Committee for Nixon,1960
Box AO-41
Iowa Wesleyan College,1968
Box AO-41
The Jamaica Progressive League, Inc.,1978
Box AO-41
James E. Shepard Memorial Foundation, Inc.,
(3 folders)
Box AO-41
Jet Magazine. Articles,1956
Box AO-42
John Avery Boys’ Club,1929-1980 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-42
John Birch Society,1968
Box AO-42
John Liner Letter,1965
Box AO-42
Johnson C. Smith University,1967-1982
(3 folders)
Box AO-42
Joint Appropriations Committee,1965
Box AO-43
Joint Center for Political Studies,1972-1982
Box AO-43
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference,1966-1967
(3 folders)
Box AO-43
Joint Negro Appeal,1971
Box AO-43
Junior Achievement,1965-1967
Box AO-44
Junior League of Durham, Inc.,1979
Box AO-44
Kennedy Memorial Library,1964
Box AO-44
Khang Jen School, Taiwan, undated
Box AO-44
Klein Institute for Aptitude Testing, Inc.,1964
Box AO-44
Koinonia Farm, Americus, Ga.,1966
Box AO-44
Law and Justice Committee,1971
Box AO-44
Lawrence H. Douglas and Co., Inc.,1964
Box AO-44
Lawrence-Leiter and Co.,1964
Box AO-44
Laymen’s National Bible Committee, Inc.,1968-1970
Box AO-44
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights,1967-1971
Box AO-44
League of Women Voters,1959-1969
Box AO-44
League of Women Voters of North Carolina, 1982
Box AO-44
LeTourneau College, 1953-1970
Box AO-44
Life Office Management Association, 1948 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-44
Lincoln Community Health Center,1982 and undated
Box AO-44
Lincoln Hospital,1943-1971
(5 folders)
Box AO-45
Local Committee for Equal Participation in Business, undated
Box AO-45
Logan, Maud E. District Plans for 1980
Box AO-45
Lombard, Vitalis, and Paganucci, Inc.,1964
Box AO-45
Long Marketing, Inc.,1970
Box AO-45
Man and Manager, Inc.,1964
Box AO-45
Management Consultant,1965
Box AO-45
Management Improvement Corporation of America (MICA),1980-1982
(Folder 1 of 4)
Box AO-45
Management Improvement Corporation of America (MICA),1980-1982
(Folders 2-4 of 4)
Box AO-46
March of Dimes,1961-1964
Box AO-46
Marquis Who’s Who,1960-1965
Box AO-46
Marshall and Stevens, Inc.,1964
Box AO-46
Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change,1980-1983
Box AO-46
Masonic Lodge,1965-1968
Box AO-46
Maupintour Associates,1959-1962, 1973-1983
(3 folders)
Box AO-47
Mayor’s Committee on Human Relations, 1934-1971 and undated
(Folders 1-7 of 10)
Box AO-48
Mayor’s Committee on Human Relations, 1934-1971 and undated
(Folders 8-10 of 10)
Box AO-49
Mechanics and Farmers Bank,1929-1983 and undated
(Folders 1-5 of 10)
Box AO-49
Mechanics and Farmers Bank,1929-1983 and undated
(Folders 6-10 of 10)
Box AO-50
Medical Information Bureau Executive Committee,1965
Box AO-50
Men and Management,1963-1965
Box AO-50
Metal Building Manufacturers Association,1965
Box AO-50
Metropolitan Opera,1965-1966
Box AO-50
Metropolitan Women’s Democratic Club,1968
Box AO-50
Michelman and Hanf,1964-1965
Box AO-50
Michigan State University,1968
Box AO-50
Mid-Atlantic Title VI Conference,1965
Box AO-50
Minority Enterprise Small Business Investment Corporation (MESBIC),1978-1982
Box AO-51
Miss American Teenager,1971
Box AO-51
Morris College,1965
Box AO-51
Mortgage Company of Durham,1938-1941
Box AO-51
Mutual Savings and Loan Association,1930-1980
(Folders 1-7 of 9)

Earlier name: Mutual Building and Loan Association.

Box AO-51
Mutual Savings and Loan Association,1930-1980
(Folders 8-9 of 9)
Box AO-52
Napoleon Hill Foundation,1968-1969
Box AO-52
Nathaniel Hill and Associates,1964
Box AO-52
The Nation, 1965
Box AO-52
National Ad Hoc U.S.O. Survey Committee,1961-1963 and undated,
(Folders 1-9 of 14)
Box AO-52
National Ad Hoc U.S.O. Survey Committee,1961-1963 and undated,
(Folders 10-14 of 14)
Box AO-53
National Afro-American Memorial Library Committee,1969
Box AO-53
National Assembly for Social Policy and Development, Inc.,1961-1967
(Folders 1-2 of 3)
Box AO-53
National Assembly for Social Policy and Development, Inc.,1961-1967
(Folder 3 of 3)
Box AO-54
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP),1943-1974 and undated Oct.
(Folders 1-4 of 16)
Box AO-54
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP),1943-1974 and undated
(Folders 5-9 of 16)
Box AO-55
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP),1943-1974 and undated
(Folders 10-14 of 16)
Box AO-56
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP),1943-1974 and undated
(Folders 15-16 of 16)
Box AO-57
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund,1975-1983
(3 folders)
Box AO-57
National Association for Community Development,1968
Box AO-57
National Association of Insurance Commissioners,1961
Box AO-57
National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials,1953
Box AO-57
National Association of Manufacturers,1967
Box AO-57
National Association for the Southern Poor (NASP),1975
Box AO-57
National Bankers Association,1980-1981
Box AO-57
National Business League,1947-1959
Box AO-58
National Cash Register Co., 1957-1964 and undated
Box AO-58
The National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc.,1977-1981
(2 folders)
Box AO-58
National Center of Afro-American Artists, 1966-1971 and undated
Box AO-59
National Center on the Black Aged,1979-1980
(2 folders)
Box AO-59
National Citizens’ Committee for Community Relations,1964-1967
(2 folders)
Box AO-59
National Citizens’ Committee,1965
Box AO-59
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing,1961-1970
Box AO-59
National Committee for Peace with Freedom in Vietnam,1967
Box AO-59
National Committee on Tithing in Investment,1965
Box AO-59
National Conference of Catholic Charities,1968
Box AO-59
National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1959-1983 and undated
(Folder 1 of 17)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-59
National Conference of Christians and Jews,1959-1983 and undated
(Folders 2-8 of 17)
Box AO-60
National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1959-1983 and undated
(Folders 9-14 of 17)
Box AO-61
National Conference of Christians and Jews,1959-1983 and undated
(Folders 15-17 of 17)
Box AO-62
National Conference of Christians and Jews: Charles Evans Hughes Award,1965-1983
Box AO-62
National Conference of Health, Welfare, and Pension Plans,1963-1964
Box AO-62
National Conference on Small Business,1961
Box AO-62
National Council of Catholic Men. National Convention,1963
Box AO-62
National Council of Negro Women,1954-1971
Box AO-62
National Council of Senior Citizens,1962
Box AO-62
National Council on Crime and Delinquency,1967-1969
Box AO-62
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation,1965
Box AO-62
National Defense Executive Reserve,1956-1960 and undated Nov.
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box AO-62
National Defense Executive Reserve,1956-1960 and undated
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box AO-63
National Democratic Party of Alabama,1971
Box AO-63
National Dividend Plan,1971
Box AO-63
National Education Association,1965
Box AO-63
National Foundation of Health, Welfare, and Pension Plans,1964-1966
Box AO-63
National Fund for Medical Education,1966
Box AO-63
National Home Life Assurance Company,1980
Box AO-63
National Industrial Conference Board
Correspondence,1955-1969 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box AO-63
National Industrial Conference Board
Box AO-64
Correspondence,1955-1969 and undated
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box AO-64
Miscellany, 1961-1965 and undated
Box AO-64
Press Releases,1962
Box AO-64
Printed Material
Conference Board Previews, 1962-1963
Box AO-64
Conference Board Record, 1961-1966
Box AO-64
Road Maps of Industry, 1962-1967
(Folder 1 of 3)
Box AO-64
National Industrial Conference Board
Box AO-65
Printed Material
Road Maps of Industry, 1962-1967
(Folders 2-3 of 3)
Box AO-65
Selected Business Indicators, 1963-1966
Box AO-65
Weekly Desk Sheet of Business Trends, 1962-1966 July
(Folders 1-3 of 4)
Box AO-65
National Industrial Conference Board
Box AO-66
Printed Material
Weekly Desk Sheet of Business Trends, 1962-1966
(Folder 4 of 4)
Box AO-66
General, 1955-1968 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 5)
Box AO-66
National Industrial Conference Board
Box AO-67
Printed Material
General,1955-1968 and undated
(Folder 5 of 5)
Box AO-67
National Medical Association Foundation, 1968-1972 and undated
(6 folders)
Box AO-67
National Military-Industrial and Education Conference,1958-1962
Box AO-68
National Municipal League,1961-1968
Box AO-68
National Negro Business and Professional Committee,1969
Box AO-68
National Negro Insurance Association,1942-1948
Box AO-68
National Planning Association,1964-1968
(3 folders)
Box AO-68
National Register of Prominent Americans,1969
Box AO-68
National Republican Congressional Committee,1964
Box AO-68
National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students,1963-1967
Box AO-68
National Senior Citizens Education and Research Center, Inc.,1963
Box AO-68
National States’ Rights Party,1963
Box AO-68
National Technical Association,1968
Box AO-68
National Trust for Historic Preservation,1968
Box AO-68
National Urban Coalition,1978
Box AO-69
National Urban League
Board of Trustees,1956-1967
(4 folders)
Box AO-69
Career Conference,1951-1953
(2 folders)
Box AO-69
Clippings,1956-1971
Box AO-69
Community Action Assembly,1964
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box AO-69
National Urban League
Box AO-70
Community Action Assembly,1964
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box AO-70
Correspondence,1952-1974
(5 folders)
Box AO-70
National Urban League
Box AO-71
Equal Opportunity Day,1958-1965
(2 folders)
Box AO-71
Golden Anniversary Conference,1960
Box AO-71
Manual,1959
Box AO-71
Memoranda, 1956-1967 and undated
(Folders 1-3 of 10)
Box AO-71
National Urban League
Box AO-72
Memoranda, 1956-1967 and undated
(Folders 4-10 of 10)
Box AO-72
National Urban League
Box AO-73
Miscellany,1956-1962
Box AO-73
National Conferences,1957-1966
(2 folders)
Box AO-73
News Releases,1958-1963
Box AO-73
Printed Material,1954-1973
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box AO-73
National Urban League
Box AO-74
Printed Material,1954-1973
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box AO-74
Religious Resources Project,1960
Box AO-74
Reports and Statements, 1957-1962 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-74
Second Urban Renewal Institute,1956
Box AO-74
Tomorrow’s Scientists and Technicians Program,1958-1959
(2 folders)
Box AO-74
Negro Heritage Library,1967
Box AO-75
Negro History Week Celebration,1961
Box AO-75
Negro Industrial and Economic Union,1968
Box AO-75
The Newcomen Society in North America,1961-1966
Box AO-75
New York Cultural Center,1969-1972
Box AO-75
New York University, 1942-1982 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-75
Nixon for President Committee,1968
Box AO-75
North Carolina Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Clippings, 1958-1967 and undated
Box AO-75
Correspondence, 1958-1968 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 10)
Box AO-75
North Carolina Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Box AO-76
Correspondence, 1958-1968 and undated
(Folders 3-8 of 10)
Box AO-76
North Carolina Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Box AO-77
Correspondence,1958-1968 and undated
(Folders 9-10 of 10)
Box AO-77
Directory of State Advisory Committees,1959-1960
(2 folders)
Box AO-77
Minutes,1959-1967
Box AO-77
Miscellany, 1958-1967 and undated
Box AO-77
National Conference of State Advisory Committee Delegates,1959
Box AO-77
News Releases,1959-1967
Box AO-77
Printed Material,1957-1964
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box AO-77
North Carolina Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Box AO-78
Printed Material,1957-1964
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box AO-78
Reports and Statements1964-1968
Box AO-78
North Carolina Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Box AO-79
State Handbook,1958
Box AO-79
North Carolina Board of Higher Education,1968-1969
(2 folders)
Box AO-79
North Carolina Business Assistance Council,1972
Box AO-79
North Carolina Central University
Alumni Association, 1939-1967 and undated
(5 folders)
Box AO-79
Clippings, 1947-1967 and undated
Box AO-80
Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration,1960
Box AO-80
General Correspondence,1941-1982
(5 folders)
Box AO-80
James E. Shepard Memorial Foundation, 1947-1971 and undated
(Folder 1 of 4)
Box AO-80
North Carolina Central University
Box AO-81
James E. Shepard Memorial Foundation,1947-1971 and undated
(Folders 2-4 of 4)
Box AO-81
James E. Shepard Memorial Foundation. Financial Papers,1953-1968
(2 folders)
Box AO-81
Miscellany, 1949-1969 and undated
Box AO-81
Printed Material, 1949-1967 and undated
Box AO-81
Programs,1958-1970
Box AO-81
Speakers,1958-1961
(2 folders)
Box AO-81
North Carolina College Alumni Association,1950-1951
(2 folders)
Box AO-82
North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation,1943
Box AO-82
North Carolina Council of Churches,1956-1968
(4 folders)
Box AO-82
North Carolina Council on Human Relations,1957-1967
(2 folders)
Box AO-83
North Carolina Democrats,1976-1980
(2 folders)
Box AO-83
North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources,1976-1981
Box AO-83
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources, 1972
(2 folders)
Box AO-83
North Carolina. Department of Public Welfare,1947
Box AO-83
North Carolina Federation of Negro Women’s Clubs,1959
Box AO-83
North Carolina General Assembly,1947
Box AO-83
North Carolina Good Neighbor Council,1967-1968
Box AO-83
North Carolina Governor's Conference on Aging,1951
Box AO-83
North Carolina Heart Association,1966
Box AO-83
North Carolina Prepaid Legal Services Corporation,1978
Box AO-84
North Carolina Public Schools,1978-1979
Box AO-84
North Carolina Republican Party,1975-1982
Box AO-84
North Carolina Society for Autistic Adults and Children, Incorporated,1982
Box AO-84
North Carolina State Conservation and Development Board,1957
Box AO-84
North Carolina State Constitution Study Commission,1959-1969
(3 folders)
Box AO-84
North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee,1980
Box AO-85
North Carolina State Parks and State Forests Study Commission,1968-1969
Box AO-85
North Carolina State Technical Services Program,1967-1968
Box AO-85
North Carolina State University,1971
Box AO-85
North Carolina Study in Vocational Rehabilitation,1968
Box AO-85
North Carolina Symphony Society,1966-1969
Box AO-85
North Carolina Traffic Safety Council,1958-1968
(3 folders)
Box AO-85
North Carolina United Christian Youth Movement,1961
Box AO-85
North Carolina Wesleyan College,1981-1982
Box AO-85
North Carolina Wildlife Federation,1965
Box AO-85
North Carolinians for Tax Reform,1973
Box AO-85
North-field and Mt. Hermon Schools,1964
Box AO-85
Office of Economic Opportunity,1964-1969
Box AO-86
Office of Economic Opportunity. Business Leadership Advisory Council,1967
Box AO-86
Olin T. Binkley Memorial Baptist Church,1964
Box AO-86
Omega Psi Phi
Clippings,1950
Box AO-86
Conclaves (minutes and programs)1933-1960
(Folders 1-4 of 9)
Box AO-86
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-87
Conclaves (minutes and programs)1933-1960
(Folders 5-9 of 9)
Box AO-87
Correspondence,1936-1971
(Folders 1-2 of 26)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-87
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-88
Correspondence,1936-1971
(Folders 3-8 of 26)
Box AO-88
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-89
Correspondence,1936-1971
(Folders 9-15 of 26)
Box AO-89
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-90
Correspondence,1936-1971
(Folders 16-22 of 26)
Box AO-90
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-91
Correspondence,1936-1971
(Folders 23-26 of 26)
Box AO-91
Financial Papers,1944-1957 and undated
Box AO-91
Legal Papers,1950
Box AO-91
Miscellany,1929-1965, undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-91
Printed Material: General,1934-1955
Box AO-91
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-92
Printed Material:The Oracle, 1932-1960
(3 folders)
Box AO-92
Printed Material:Omega Bulletin, 1938-1960
Box AO-92
Reports1934-1963 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 12)
Box AO-92
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-93
Reports1934-1963 and undated
(Folders 3-8 of 12)
Box AO-93
Omega Psi Phi
Box AO-94
Reports1934-1963 and undated
(Folders 9-12 of 12)
Box AO-94
OPEN Society, undated
Box AO-94
Opera/South,1971-1972
Box AO-94
Operation Breakthrough Annual Report, undated
Box AO-94
Opportunity Funding Corporation, undated
Box AO-94
Orange/Durham YWCA coalition for Battered Women, undated
Box AO-94
PanAfrica-USA International Track Meet,1971
Box AO-95
Pan American Association for the Festival of the New World,1968-1975
Box AO-95
Pan American Development Foundation,1967
Box AO-95
Pan-American World Airways,1964
Box AO-95
Paul Revere Associated Yeomen, Inc.,1964
Box AO-95
Penn Community Services, Inc.,1962-1968, undated
Box AO-95
People Against Racism, undated
Box AO-95
People-to-People Program
Clippings,1961-1969, undated
Box AO-95
Correspondence,1957-1972 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 5)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-95
People-to-People Program
Box AO-96
Correspondence,1957-1972 and undated
(Folder 5 of 5)
Box AO-96
Printed Material,1957-1970, undated
Box AO-96
Personalities of the South, undated
Box AO-96
Phoenix House Annual Award Dinner, undated
Box AO-96
Piedmont Crescent 2000 Commission,1964-1968, undated
Box AO-96
Piney Woods Country Life School,1964
Box AO-96
PPG Industries, undated
Box AO-96
Presbyterian Economic Development Corporation, undated
Box AO-96
President’s Commission on the Health Needs of the Nation, undated
Box AO-96
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Background papers and reports,1967-1970 and undated
(Folders 1-5 of 33)
Box AO-96
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Box AO-97
Background papers and reports,1967-1970 and undated
(Folders 6-11 of 33)
Box AO-97
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Box AO-98
Background papers and reports,1967-1970 and undated
(Folders 12-19 of 33)
Box AO-98
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Box AO-99
Background papers and reports,1967-1970 and undated
(Folders 20-27 of 33)
Box AO-99
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Box AO-100
Background papers and reports,1967-1970 and undated
(Folders 28-33 of 33)
Box AO-100
Clippings,1968-1969
Box AO-100
President’s Commission on Income Maintenance Programs
Box AO-101
Printed Material,1967-1969 and undated
(4 folders)
Box AO-101
The President’s Commission for the Observance of Human Rights Year,1968
(2 folders)
Box AO-101
President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped,1967-1969
Box AO-101
President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity,1961-1962
Box AO-102
President’s Committee for Traffic Safety,1957-1958
(2 folders)
Box AO-102
Presidents’ Professional Association, Inc., 1961-1966
(Folders 1-4 of 7)
Box AO-102
Presidents’ Professional Association, Inc.,1961-1966
(Folders 5-7 of 7)
Box AO-103
Progress Plaza Shopping Center, undated
Box AO-103
P.U.S.H. Expo,1972
Box AO-103
R.E. Quinn Company,1968
Box AO-103
Race Relations Reporter,1970-1973
Box AO-104
Radio Free Europe,1963
Box AO-104
Realty Services, Inc.,1961-1963
Box AO-104
Regional Plan Association,1973
Box AO-104
Rehobeth A.M.E.Z. Church,1967, 1975, 1982
Box AO-104
Religious News Service,1965-1966

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-104
Remington Rand,1941-1963
Box AO-104
Republican National Committee,1976-1981
Box AO-104
Republican National Finance Committee,1973
Box AO-104
Republican Party,1956-1980
(4 folders)
Box AO-104
Republican Party, North Carolina,1960-1962 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-104
Republican Presidential Task Force.1981-1983
Box AO-104
Research Institute of America,1960-1965
Box AO-104
Research Triangle Area Conference Planning Committee,1967
Box AO-104
Research Triangle Foundation,1963
Box AO-104
Research Triangle Institute,1968-1970
Box AO-104
Research Triangle Regional Planning Commission,1962
Box AO-105
Response Magazine, 1979-1980
Box AO-105
Retail Credit Company, Atlanta, Ga.,1941-1943 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-105
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.,1958
(3 folders)
Box AO-105
Rockford College,1965-1966
Box AO-105
St. Andrews Presbyterian College,1963
Box AO-106
St. Augustine College,1975
Box AO-106
St. Joseph's African Methodist Episcopal Church,1964-1965
Box AO-106
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church 101st Anniversary,1972
Box AO-106
Sane (National Conference for a Sane Nuclear Policy),1963-1964
Box AO-106
Shaw University
Asa Spaulding Introduction / Terry Sanford speech,1970
Box AO-106
Clippings,1958-1967 and undated
Box AO-106
Correspondence,1943-1970 and undated
(Folders 1-6 of 10)
Box AO-106
Shaw University
Box AO-107
Correspondence,1943-1970 and undated
(Folders 7-10 of 10)
Box AO-107
Speakers,1955-1968
(Folders 1-3 of 24)
Box AO-107
Shaw University
Box AO-108
Speakers,1955-1968
(Folders 4-9 of 24)
Box AO-108
Shaw University
Box AO-109
Speakers,1955-1968
(Folders 10-15 of 24)
Box AO-109
Shaw University
Box AO-110
Speakers,1955-1968
(Folders 16-20 of 24)
Box AO-110
Shaw University
Box AO-111
Speakers,1955-1968
(Folders 21-24 of 24)
Box AO-111
Speakers (Chapel),1956-1958
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box AO-111
Shaw University
Box AO-112
Speakers (Chapel),1956-1958
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box AO-112
Sir Walter Raleigh Day Commission,1947-1960
Box AO-112
Small Business Administration,1961-1966
(2 folders)
Box AO-112
Social Investment Seminar,1977
Box AO-112
Society of Actuaries, 1952, 1979-1982
Box AO-112
Soul City Parks and Recreation Association, Inc.,1977
Box AO-112
Southeast Regional Assembly on Black Economic Development,1970
Box AO-112
Southeastern Community College, 1969, 1979-1983
(Folders 1-2 of 3)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-112
Southeastern Community College,1969, 1979-1983
(Folder 3 of 3)
Box AO-113
Southeastern Lawyers Association,1960 (Letters written at the request of S.O. Agent T.E. Lambert)
Box AO-113
Southeastern University, 1980
Box AO-113
Southern African Forum (SAF),1980
Box AO-113
Southern Christian Leadership Conference,1960-1971
Box AO-113
Southern Institute of Management,1959-1960
Box AO-113
Southern Regional Council,1944-1970
(Folders 1-3 of 5)
Box AO-113
Southern Regional Council,1944-1970
(Folder 4-5 of 5)
Box AO-114
Southern Regional Education Board,1967-1969 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-114
Spectator, 1956-1964
Box AO-114
Spyros P. Skouras 75th Jubilee Dinner,1969
Box AO-114
Stanford Research Institute,1966
Box AO-114
Symposium on White House Conferences as Agents for Social Change,1979
(2 folders)
Box AO-115
Tax Foundation, Inc.,1960-1966
(2 folders)
Box AO-115
Triangle Dance Guild, 1979
Box AO-115
Triangle J Council of Governments: Project 2000,1981
Box AO-115
Triangle Zoological and Botanical Society,1967-1969
Box AO-115
Triangle Zoological Gardens Society,1968
Box AO-115
Tribute to Robert J. Brown Committee,1971
Box AO-115
Tuskegee Institute, 1943-1980
Box AO-115
United Business Committee of the NAM (National Association of Manufacturers),1964
Box AO-115
United Community Funds and Councils of America, Inc.,1961-1969 Sept.
Box AO-116
United Durham, Inc.,1961-1969, undated
Box AO-116
United Community Funds and Councils of America, Inc.,1969 Oct.-1970 Oct.
(2 folders)
Box AO-116
United Fund of Durham,1949-1970 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 8)
Box AO-116
United Fund of Durham,1949-1970 and undated
(Folders 5-8 of 8)
Box AO-117
United Nations,1954-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-117
United Nations Association of the United States of America,1959-1973 and undated
(Folders 1-3 of 4)
Box AO-117
United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1959-1973 and undated
(Folder 4 of 4)
Box AO-118
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

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Clippings,1956-1959 and undated
(3 folders)
Box AO-118
Conference Reports,1956-1959
Box AO-118
Correspondence, 1956 Sept.-1959 and undated
(5 folders)
Box AO-118
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Box AO-119
Miscellaneous notes,1956
Box AO-119
Miscellany,1956-1957
Box AO-119
Printed Material,1954-1959 and undated
(2 folders)
Box AO-119
7th National Conference, 1959 Sept. 29-Oct. 2
(2 folders)
Box AO-119
Statements and Addresses,1956-1957
Box AO-119
United Negro College Fund,
Correspondence, 1944-1969, 1979-1981
(Folder 1 of 3)
Box AO-119
United Negro College Fund,
Box AO-120
Correspondence, 1944-1969, 1979-1981
(Folders 2-3 of 3)
Box AO-120
Miscellany,1959-1966
Box AO-120
Printed Material,1944-1965
Box AO-120
Statements,1965-1967
Box AO-120
United Presbyterian Church,1967
Box AO-120
United States. Army. Research Office,1967
Box AO-120
United States Civil Defense Council,1969
Box AO-120
United States. Commission on Civil Rights, 1959-1965 Apr.
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box AO-120
United States. Commission on Civil Rights, 1965 May-1968
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box AO-121
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities,1967
Box AO-121
United States. Delegation to Liberian Inaugural Ceremony, 1956
(Folders 1-4 of 7)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-121
United States. Delegation to Liberian Inaugural Ceremony, 1956
(Folders 5-7 of 7)
Box AO-122
United States. Dept. of Agriculture, 1967, 1980-1982
(2 folders)
Box AO-122
United States. Dept. of Commerce,1964-1969
Box AO-122
United States. Dept. of Commerce: Trade Mission,1964-1967
(Folders 1-2 of 5)
Box AO-122
United States. Dept. of Commerce: Trade Mission,1964-1967
(Folders 3-5 of 5)
Box AO-123
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare,1956-1975
Box AO-123
United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, 1972
(2 folders)
Box AO-123
United States. Dept. of Labor,1966
Box AO-124
United States. Dept. of State
Correspondence,1963-1964
Box AO-124
Printed Material,1957-1963
(4 folders)
Box AO-124
United States. Dept. of the Treasury,1977
Box AO-124
United States Information Agency,1965-1968

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-124
United States Information Agency: Printed Material,1965-1967
Box AO-124
United States. Internal Revenue Service,1965
Box AO-124
United States. National War Labor Board, circa 1943
Box AO-125
United States. Naval War College: Global Strategy Discussions,1969-1970
Box AO-125
United States. Navy League,1970-1971
Box AO-125
United States – South African Leader Exchange Program,1974
Box AO-125
United States Strike Command,1967
Box AO-125
United Student Aid Funds,1964-1974
(3 folders)
Box AO-125
United Way,1970-1972
(2 folders)
Box AO-125
University of the District of Columbia
Box AO-126
University of Miami,1978
Box AO-126
University of Michigan
Alumni Fund,1954-1967
Box AO-126
Bureau of Industrial Relations,1963-1967 and undated
Box AO-126
General Correspondence,1938-1974
Box AO-126
$55 Million Program,1964-1967
Box AO-126
Printed Material1935-1968
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box AO-126
University of Michigan
Box AO-127
Printed Material,1935-1968
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box AO-127
Miscellaneous,1929-1961
Box AO-127
University of North Carolina at Greensboro,1968
Box AO-127
University of Pennsylvania,1968
Box AO-127
University of Rochester,1965-1967
Box AO-127
U.O.C.I.,1970
Box AO-127
Urban Action Commission: National Board of YMCAs,1967-1970
Box AO-127
Urban America Inc.,1967-1968
Box AO-127
Urban Coalition
General Correspondence,1967-1973 and undated
Box AO-127
Urban Coalition
Box AO-128
Reports and Statements,1967-1971
(2 folders)
Box AO-128
Steering Committee,1967-1971
Box AO-128
Emergency Convocation,1967
(Folder 1 of 3)
Box AO-128
Urban Coalition
Box AO-129
Emergency Convocation,1967
(Folders 2-3 of 3)
Box AO-129
Urban League of Greater Hartford,1967
Box AO-129
Urban National Corporation, 1971-1974 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 9)
Box AO-129
Urban National Corporation, 1971-1974 and undated
(Folders 5-9 of 9)
Box AO-130
Urban Systems Laboratory,1968
Box AO-130
Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Program, 1957 Aug.-1964 and undated
(8 folders)
Box AO-131
War Control Planners, Inc.,1971
Box AO-132
Washington Technical Institute
Board of Vocational Education,1967-1971
(Folders 1-5 of 6)
Box AO-132
Board of Vocational Education,1967-1971
(Folder 6 of 6)
Box AO-133
Clippings,1963-1970
Box AO-133
General Correspondence,1967-1970
(2 folders)
Box AO-133
Legislation,1966
Box AO-133
Miscellaneous,1957-1971 and undated
Box AO-133
Printed Material,1964-1968
Box AO-133
Public Forum on Permanent Site Selection,1968
Box AO-133
Reports,1967-1971
(Folders 1-5 of 6)
Box AO-134
Reports,1967-1971
(Folder 6 of 6)
Box AO-135
WDNC Radio,1965-1968
Box AO-135
West Coast Marketing Conference,1965
Box AO-135
Westside Study Center, Inc.,1968
Box AO-135
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania,1981
Box AO-135
White House Conference on Aging,1980-1981
Box AO-135
White House Conference on Education, 1965
(4 folders)
Box AO-135
White House Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity,1965
Box AO-135
White House Conference on International Cooperation,1965
Box AO-136
White House ConferenceTo Fulfill these Rights, 1966
(2 folders)
Box AO-136
White Rock Baptist Church
Bible Study (includes Spaulding’s notes),1980-1981
Box AO-136
Biographical Sketches, undated
Box AO-136
Brotherhood Day, 1963-1980 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 3)

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, Organizations Subseries.]

Box AO-136
Brotherhood Day,1963-1980 and undated
(Folder 3 of 3)
Box AO-137
Budget,1951-1978
Box AO-137
Calendar Planning,1980-1982
Box AO-137
Calendars,1965-1980

[Some items removed to Oversize Materials, Organizations Series.]

Box AO-137
Calendars (oversize), 1965-1968
Box AC-39
Candidates for Public Office,1978-1982
Box AO-137
Clinton Spaulding Scholarship Day,1957-1981
Box AO-137
Members,1979-1982
Box AO-137
Contributions,1966-1983
Box AO-137
Conventions,1942-1945
Box AO-137
Committees,1942-1982
Box AO-137
Correspondence,1937-1983
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box AO-137
Correspondence,1937-1983
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box AO-138
Finances,1948-1983
Box AO-138
Financial Corner,1962-1967
Box AO-138
Financial Statements,1939-1968
Box AO-138
Funeral Services,1965-1982
Box AO-139
Good Will Day,1963-1967
Box AO-139
Human Relations Institute,1967-1979
Box AO-139
Maud E. Logan District,1982-1983
Box AO-139
Miles Mark Fisher Scholarship Day,1973-1983
Box AO-139
Miles Mark Fisher Testimony,1963-1965
Box AO-139
Minutes of Trustee Meetings,1975-1980
Box AO-139
Miscellaneous,1937-1983
Box AO-139
Printed Material: A-Z,1958-1980
Box AO-139
Printed Material:Baptist Leader, 1976-1983
(3 folders)
Box AO-139
Printed Material:Baptist Leader (Spaulding's notes),1977-1983
(2 folders)
Box AO-140
Printed Material: Changed Lives,1980-1982
Box AO-140
Programs,1936-1983
Box AO-140
Programs (Sundays),1937-1938, 1954-1983
(Folders 1-3 of 5)
Box AO-140
Programs (Sundays),1937-1938, 1954-1983
(Folders 4-5 of 5)
Box AO-141
Reverend Lorenzo Lynch,1981-1982
Box AO-141
Race Relations Day,1964-1966
Box AO-141
Scholarship,1958-1960
Box AO-141
Sermons,1977-1979
Box AO-141
Special Committee,1966
Box AO-141
Sunday School,1940-1980
Box AO-141
Sunday School Lessons (Spaulding’s notes,Adult Bible Quarterly),1976-1982
(Folders 1-3 of 6)
Box AO-141
Sunday School Lessons (Spaulding’s notes,Adult Bible Quarterly),1976-1982
(Folders 4-6 of 6)
Box AO-142
Worship Plans,1953-1966
Box AO-142
Who's Who in America, 1975
Box AO-142
Wilmington Journal, 1978
Box AO-142
Women and Minority Directors Seminar, 1969-1974
Addresses and Writings,1973
Box AO-142
Clippings,1970-1974
Box AO-142
Correspondence,1973-1974
(Folder 1 of 4)
Box AO-142
Correspondence,1973-1974
(Folders 2-4 of 4)
Box AO-143
Miscellany,1973
Box AO-143
Printed Material,1969-1973
Box AO-143
Proceedings,1973-1974
Box AO-144
Publicity and News Releases,1973
Box AO-144
Questionnaires,1973
Box AO-144
Women-in-Action Coalition for the Prevention of Violence
Clippings,1968-1971
Box AO-144
Correspondence,1969
Box AO-144
Miscellany, undated
Box AO-144
Printed Material,1968-1969
Box AO-144
Scrapbook, circa 1970
Box AO-144
World Affairs Center for the United States,1959-1960 and undated
Box AO-144
World Food and Population Crisis Committee,1967
Box AO-144
WRAL-TV, undated
Box AO-144
WTVD-TV,1970-1982
Box AO-144
York County Public Schools,1977
Box AO-145
Young Ideas, Inc.,1981
Box AO-145
Young Men's Christian Association,1961-1967
Box AO-145
Youth Fitness Commission of the N.C. Recreation Commission,1962
Box AO-145
Zeller's Limited and Subsidiary Companies,1968
Box AO-145

North Carolina Mutual Files Series, 1911-1979, bulk 1945-1979

67 boxes

Material documenting the full scope of the North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company's activities across more than half a century of its existence. A highlight of the series is the material relating to the groundbreaking and dedication of the company's new home office (1963-1966), a watershed event in the company's history. For this event, most material is filed under the heading "Dedication of Home Office Building," but some material also appears under "Home Office," a more general heading for materials about the operations of the company's Durham headquarters over a period of some forty years. Other major groups of material in the series are "Board Meetings" and "Reports" of various kinds, including actuarial reports and reports to policyholders. Folder titles are mainly topical subjects but may also include names of departments, individuals, and company publications. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Accounts, undated
Box NCM-1
Accumulation Factors and Commutation Columns,1940-1941
Box NCM-1
Actuarial Department,1959-1967
Box NCM-1
Actuary,1933-1941
Box NCM-1
Addresses, 1932-1967 and undated
Box NCM-1
Advertising,1965
Box NCM-1
African Visitors to the Home Office,1961-1967
Box NCM-2
Afro-American Life Insurance Co.,1941-1944
Box NCM-2
Agency Contracts, 1939-1945 and undated
Box NCM-2
Agency Department,1957-1960
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box NCM-2
Agency Department,1957-1960
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box NCM-3
Agency Secretary,1964
Box NCM-3
Agency Officers,1964-1965
Box NCM-3
Agency Turnover,1964
Box NCM-3
Albany,1959-1963
Box NCM-3
Amendments,1941
Box NCM-3
American Life Convention
(4 folders)
Box NCM-4
Kwasi Amoaka-Atta, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana,1962
Box NCM-4
Anniversary Luncheons,1959-1960
Box NCM-4
Annual Cloudburst Celebration,1960-1963
(Folders 1-2 of 8)
Box NCM-4
Annual Cloudburst Celebration,1960-1963
(Folders 3-8 of 8)
Box NCM-5
Annual Statement,1931-1981
(Folders 1-3 of 34)
Box NCM-5
Annual Statement,1931-1981
(Folders 4-15 of 34)
Box NCM-6
Annual Statement,1931-1981
(Folders 16-26 of 34)
Box NCM-7
Annual Statement,1931-1981
(Folders 27-34 of 34)
Box NCM-8
Assistant Agency Director,1961
Box NCM-8
Atlanta,1960-1963
Box NCM-8
Auditing Committee Minutes,1966-1967
Box NCM-8
Bankers Fire and Casualty Insurance Co.,1967-1968
Box NCM-8
Bargaining Committee,1962-1963
Box NCM-9
Bills Introduced to North Carolina General Assembly,1945
Box NCM-9
Birmingham,1959-1963
Box NCM-9
Board of Directors, 1937-1963 and undated

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, North Carolina Mutual Files Subseries.]

Box NCM-9
Board Meetings,1927-1983
(Folders 1-3 of 15)
Box NCM-9
Board Meetings,1927-1983
(Folders 4-9 of 15)
Box NCM-10
Board Meetings,1927-1983
(Folders 10-14 of 15)
Box NCM-11
Board Meetings,1927-1983
(Folder 15 of 15)
Box NCM-12
Boards of Directors: Letters and Responses,1954-1955
Box NCM-12
Bond Portfolio,1941-1953 and undated
Box NCM-12
Bonds and Stocks Owned,1958-1967
Box NCM-12
Branch Office,1962
Box NCM-12
Bryant, Victor S.,1946-1960
Box NCM-12
Budgets,1958-1967
Box NCM-12
Businessman’s Special Policy, undated
Box NCM-12
By-Laws,1929-1964
Box NCM-12
Cash Surrenders and Lapses 1962-1963 Mar.
(2 folders)
Box NCM-13
Cashier Reporting Relationship Study,1966
Box NCM-13
Charleston,1959-1963
Box NCM-13
Charlotte,1958-1961
Box NCM-13
Chattanooga,1958-1962
Box NCM-13
Chicago Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Co.,1963-1968
Box NCM-13
Clement, W. A.,1966-1967
Box NCM-13
Clippings,1921-1949
(3 folders)
Box NCM-14
Columbia,1959-1962
Box NCM-14
Combination Agent’s Agreement,1959
Box NCM-14
Commission Scales,1947
Box NCM-14
Company Colors,1963
Box NCM-14
Contest between North Carolina Mutual Washington District and Supreme,1962
Box NCM-14
Correspondence,1920-1982
(Folders 1-3 of 37)
Box NCM-14
Correspondence,1920-1982
(Folders 4-9 of 37)
Box NCM-15
Correspondence,1920-1982
(Folders 10-17 of 37)
Box NCM-16
Correspondence,1920-1982
(Folders 18-24 of 37)
Box NCM-17
Correspondence,1920-1982
(Folders 25-29 of 37)
Box NCM-18
Correspondence1920-1982
(Folders 30-35 of 37)
Box NCM-19
Correspondence1920-1982
(Folders 36-37 of 37)
Box NCM-20
Danville,1959-1960
Box NCM-20
Day, Aaron, Jr.,1959-1960
Box NCM-20
Death/Disability Claim Analyses,1942-1943
Box NCM-20
Dedication of Home Office Building
Addresses,1966
(2 folders)
Box NCM-20
Ceremonies and Guests1966

[Some items removed to Photographic Materials Series, North Carolina Mutual Files Subseries.]

Box NCM-20
Clippings,1965-1966
Box NCM-20
Correspondence

Processing Note: Spaulding sent out a large volume of correspondence in preparation for the dedication of the new Home Office Building, much but not all of it as form letter invitations to a wide variety of businesspeople, government officials, and various celebrities. The correspondence listed under "Dedication of Home Office Building" is filed chronologically, with folders divided according to whether they are general correspondence (labeled "General Correspondence"), or correspondence generated by these form letters (labeled as "Form letter"). For a particular month, General Correspondence is filed first, followed by the form letters and responses. Only a sample of each form letter is retained in each folder. The correspondence of addressees who replied, often attached to further correspondence from Spaulding, follows the sample of the form letter. The names of addressees who did not reply are listed on a separate sheet in that folder.

General Correspondence, 1964-1965 Aug.
Box NCM-20
Form letter, 1965 July 26
Box NCM-20
Form letter, 1965 Aug. 3
Box NCM-20
General Correspondence, 1965 Sept.
Box NCM-20
Form letter, 1965 Sept. 2
Box NCM-20
Dedication of Home Office Building
Box NCM-21
Correspondence
General Correspondence, 1965 Oct.
Box NCM-21
Form letter, 1965 Oct. 14
Box NCM-21
General Correspondence, 1965 Nov.
(2 folders)
Box NCM-21
Form letter, 1965 Nov. 17
Box NCM-21
General Correspondence, 1965 Dec.
Box NCM-21
General Correspondence, 1966 Jan.
(3 folders)
Box NCM-21
General Correspondence, 1966 Feb.
(Folders 1-3 of 7)
Box NCM-21
Dedication of Home Office Building
Box NCM-22
Correspondence
General Correspondence, 1966 Feb.
(Folders 4-7 of 7)
Box NCM-22
Form letters, 1966 Feb. 4-28
(7 folders)
Box NCM-22
General Correspondence, 1966 Mar.
(Folders 1-2 of 10)
Box NCM-22
Dedication of Home Office Building
Box NCM-23
Correspondence
General Correspondence, 1966 Mar.
(Folders 3-10 of 10)
Box NCM-23
Form letters, 1966 Mar. 4-10
(4 folders)
Box NCM-23
Dedication of Home Office Building
Box NCM-24
Correspondence
General Correspondence, 1966 Apr. 1-29
(4 folders)
Box NCM-24
Form letters, 1966 Apr. 5-28
(5 folders)
Box NCM-24
General Correspondence, 1966 May -Oct.
Box NCM-24
Dedication Committee,1965-1966
Box NCM-24
Printed Material,1964-1966
(2 folders)
Box NCM-24
Dedication of Home Office Building
Box NCM-25
Guests and Participants,1966
Box NCM-25
Disability Premiums, undated
Box NCM-25
District Offices, 1953-1967 and undated
Box NCM-25
District Theatres Corporation,1946-1949
Box NCM-25
Dividends,1943-1967
Box NCM-25
Domestic Life Insurance Co.,1960-1961
Box NCM-25
Dumas, Alexander P.,1959-1962
Box NCM-25
Durham,1959-1962
Box NCM-26
East Baltimore,1959-1962
Box NCM-26
Endorsements, undated
Box NCM-26
Executive Committee,1932-1975
Box NCM-26
Executive Vice President, Form letter, 1962 Nov. 13
Box NCM-26
Field Bulletin Index: Book No. 1 (1-252), Book No. 2 (253-278),1922-1961
Box NCM-26
Field Committee,1933-1963
(Folders 1-3 of 7)
Box NCM-26
Field Committee,1933-1963
(Folders 4-7 of 7)
Box NCM-27
Field Compensation Study Committee,1962
Box NCM-27
Field Operations, 1959
(5 folders)
Box NCM-27
Fiftieth Anniversary,1949
Box NCM-27
Figure Sheets and Calculations, undated
Box NCM-27
Finance Committee,1967-1975
Box NCM-27
Financial,1949-1954
(2 folders)
Box NCM-28
Financial Statements (Monthly),1958-1960
(4 folders)
Box NCM-28
Financial Studies and Analyses,1943
Box NCM-28
Forms Being Drafted, 1933-1935 and undated
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box NCM-28
Forms Being Drafted,1933-1935 and undated
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box NCM-29
L. B. Frasier, Agency Secretary,1959
Box NCM-29
Thad B. Galliard, C. L. U.,1963
Box NCM-29
Gibraltar Mutual Life Insurance Co.,1943-1944
Box NCM-29
W. M. Gilliam,1961-1962
Box NCM-29
Goldsboro,1958-1963
Box NCM-29
Goldshield Laundries Group Insurance Project, 1940-1944 and undated
Box NCM-29
Great Lakes Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1942-1945 and undated
Box NCM-29
Greensboro,1959-1963
Box NCM-29
Gregg, N. L., Assistant Agency Director,1962-1963
Box NCM-29
Group Insurance,1922-1941
(3 folders)
Box NCM-29
Guertin Bill,1938-1946
Box NCM-30
Health and Accidents Benefits,1943
Box NCM-30
History Committee,1966
Box NCM-30
Holly Knoll Associates,1947-1961
Box NCM-30
Home Development,1938-1946
Box NCM-30
Home Office
Attendance,1959-1967
Box NCM-30
Bulletins,1924-1963
(2 folders)
Box NCM-30
Departments,1959-1963
Box NCM-30
Directories,1964-1967
Box NCM-30
Forums,1955-1966
Box NCM-30
Groundbreaking, 1963 Jan.-Apr. 23
(2 folders)
Box NCM-30
Home Office
Box NCM-31
Groundbreaking, 1966 May 20-31
(4 folders)
Box NCM-31
Home Office Committee,1951-1963
(2 folders)
Box NCM-31
Home Office Operations Meetings,1964-1967
Box NCM-31
Home Office Manual,1965
Box NCM-31
Home Office
Box NCM-32
Memoranda,1930-1934
(8 folders)
Box NCM-32
Miscellany, 1930-1959 and undated
(Folders 1-2 of 3)
Box NCM-32
Home Office
Box NCM-33
Miscellany,1930-1959 and undated
(Folder 3 of 3)
Box NCM-33
New Building, 1960-1967 and undated
(Folders 1-4 of 17)
Box NCM-33
Home Office
Box NCM-34
New Building, 1960-1967 and undated
(Folders 5-10 of 17)
Box NCM-34
Home Office
Box NCM-35
New Building,1960-1967 and undated
(Folders 11-16 of 17)
Box NCM-35
Home Office
Box NCM-36
New Building,1960-1967 and undated
(Folder 17 of 17)
Box NCM-36
New Building: Proposals and Correspondence,1956
Box NCM-36
New Building: Purchase of Four Acres. Correspondence and Clippings,1960
(2 folders)
Box NCM-36
Organization Surveys,1963
Box NCM-36
Operations Staff,1965
Box NCM-36
Personnel,1948-1966
Box NCM-36
Printed Material,1964-1966
Box NCM-36