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Young, Pauline A., 1900-1991


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Rayford W. Logan letter to Pauline Young

Identifier: MSS 0099-F0899

Howard University history professor Rayford W. Logan wrote this letter of thanks to enclose with a copy of his book, Haiti and The Dominican Republic, which he presented to Pauline Young, an African-American librarian and civil rights activist in Wilmington, Delaware.

Dates: 1969 June 11

Edith Gerselda Lynch autograph book

Identifier: MSS 0093-Item 0172

This item is a 1935 autograph book that belonged to Edith Gerselda Lynch, a student in the class of 1937 at Howard High School in Wilmington, Delaware. The book contains signatures and messages from Lynch's friends, acquaintances, and family, including a signature from Howard High School teacher and librarian Pauline A. Young. The pages provide a glimpse of student life at a Delaware-based African American high school prior to desegregation.

Dates: 1935

Chris Oakley collection of alternative press

Identifier: MSS 0471

Chris Oakley was a longtime resident of Newark, Delaware, a community organizer and a strong advocate for media democracy. The Chris Oakley collection of alternative press consists of alternative press newspapers, community newsletters, magazines and ephemera related to from local to international communities, women's activism and local writers, as well as some personal papers.

Dates: 1968-1992

Pauline A. Young collection

Identifier: MSS 0256

Pauline A. Young was an educator, librarian, and activist primarily based in Wilmington, Delaware. The collection contains correspondence, clippings, photographs, and ephemera. The majority of the material relates to Young’s efforts to bring attention to and preserve information about the life and works of her aunt, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, as well as her aunt's first husband, Paul Laurence Dunbar.

Dates: 1924-1988

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Correspondence 2
A Directory of the Liberated Church of America 1
African American authors 1
African American historians--20th century--Correspondence 1
African American poets 1
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African American women authors 1
African American women librarians 1
African Americans--Delaware 1
Autograph albums 1
Brooksider Newsletter 1
Citizen's voice (Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. 1
Civil Liberties 1
Clippings (information artifacts) 1
Coalition for Nuclear Power Postponement Newsletter 1
Community activists 1
Community: Philadelphia's Progressive Paper 1
Cuba for Beginners 1
Delaware Alternative Press 1
Delaware Independent Advertiser 1
Delaware Valley Star 1
Direct Action for a Nonviolent World 1
Dreamstreets 1
Emergency Illustrated 1
Goblets 1
Gramma: The Communist Party of Cuba 1
Guardian 1
Harry 1
Heterodoxical voice (Newark, Del.) 1
High school students' writings, American 1
Hundred Flowers 1
Liberation News Service (New York, N.Y.) 1
Magazines (periodicals) 1
National Black Monitor 1
Newspapers 1
On the Other Side 1
Out: University of Delaware Gay Student Union Newsletter 1
Pacem in Terris 1
Publishers and publishing--United States--20th century--Correspondence 1
Purgatory Swamp Press 1
Rail Strike 1
Scope 1
Segregation in education--Delaware--History--20th century 1
St. John's Bread 1
Tangent 1
Taproot 1
The Ally 1
The Bicentennial of What? 1
The Black Panther Community News 1
The Bond: The Serviceman's Newspaper 1
The Delaware Free Press. Wilmington, Del. 1
The Delaware Spectator 1
The Liberation Guardian 1
The New International Youth Radicalization 1
The Paper 1
The People 1
The Register 1
The Viewpoint 1
The Weekly Post 1
To Alter or Abolish 1
Venture 1
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements 1
Village voice (Greenwich Village, New York, N.Y.) 1
Wilmington (Del.)--History--20th century 1
Women--Delaware--History--20th century 1
Youth Yellow Pages 1
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