African American Collections -- History and Culture Subject Guide
James Haskins (1941-2005). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, audio recordings, printed material, and other items by the notable author.
Jesse J. Johnson (1914-2006). A manuscript, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, and photographs from the notable historian.
George R. Metcalf (1914-2001). Manuscripts for Metcalf's important histories Up From Within: Today's New Black Leaders, as well as Metcalf's manuscripts and research files for From Little Rock to Boston and Fair Housing Comes of Age.
Lindsay Patterson (1934-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable writer.
Alfred Russell (1881-1978). Correspondence, diaries, photographs, professional material, and other papers from this prominent Boston dentist. Includes letters from William Monroe Trotter, Sen. Edward Brooke, and others.
Edward Starr. An important collection of 18th and 19th century pamphlets and other writings regarding the slave trade and the abolitionist movement, including several significant slave narratives.
Henry C. Turner (1852-1919) and Family. Photographs, documents, and various other items regarding a 19th-century African American Massachusetts entrepreneur and his family.