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  • "Records of the Schomburg Center document the activities pertinent to the organization, expansion, and development of the library. Collection covers the administration and curatorship of Ernestine Rose, Catherine Latimer, Arthur A. Schomburg, Lawrence D. Reddick, Dorothy Williams, and Jean Blackwell Hutson. General correspondence consists largely of letters of appreciation, invitations, donations, and proposals. Reference correspondence requests information about black history and culture and the resources of the Center. Memoranda with New York Public Library departments such as the Business Manager's Office, Personnel Officer, Adult Services Office, Accounting Office, Photographic Service, Manhattan Borough Office, Office of Branch Libraries, and Research Libraries Administrative Office. Memoranda concern the internal business affairs of the Schomburg Center. Files contain articles and reports of curators, statistical reports, and exhibition files. Subjects include art, Ira Aldridge Society, W.E.B. Du Bois Presentation, Harmon Foundation, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, National Urban League, North Manhattan Project, and the controversial exhibition presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art entitled "Harlem on My Mind." Also, a visitor's register."

  • "Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture records,"