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012/06. Negro Education Division

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 012/06
Creator: Education

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Education - Negro Education Division - Director's Correspondence

Identifier: 012-06-014
Scope and Contents This correspondence consists of letters, pamphlets and programs primarily relating to the Jeanes and Rosenwald funds during the years 1920-50, and teachers' workshops and the desegregation controversy during the 1950's. Included in the earlier correspondence are studies of Negro Education and its effectiveness in the southern states such as the Conference on Educational Problems of Special Cultural Groups held at Columbia University in 1949. In the later group are copies of the Supreme Court...
Dates: Created: 1920-1958

Education - Negro Education Division - Director's Subject Files

Identifier: 012-06-071
Scope and Contents The Division of Negro Education was one of many divisions within the state Department of Education. This series includes: (1) minutes of board and committee meetings, (2) correspondence with Department personnel and others; (3) correspondence regarding the administration of the Jeanes and Slater Funds which partially financed Negro education; (4) papers related to the Chapel Hill School Project, an experimental one teacher school organized in the 1930's; (5) statistical data including a 1938...
Dates: Created: 1928-1966

Education - Negro Education Division - Funding Programs Correspondence

Identifier: 012-06-062
Scope and Contents This series contains the administrative papers of the Negro Education Division's external funding programs. The body of the series is primarily correspondence with various philanthropic organizations. Interfiled with the correspondence are: (1) reports; (2) requisitions; (3) bulletins; (4) applications; (5) notices; (6) printed matter concerning the transactions of the Division with the funding agencies The greater portion of the records concern the Julius Rosenwald Foundation of Illinois....
Dates: Created: 1930-1940

Education - Negro Education Division - One Teacher Experimental School

Identifier: 012-06-065
Scope and Contents

This series consists of material relating to the one‑teacher experimental school program in Douglas County in the 1930's. The series also contains: (1) correspondence of the supervisor of Negro Education; (2) samples of class work of the students; (3) invoices and supply requests; (4) annual reports of the one‑teacher experimental school program

Dates: Created: 1909 - 1910 and 1931 - 1937; Created: 1909 - 1910

Education - Negro Education Division - School System Survey Files

Identifier: 012-06-073
Scope and Contents This collection consists of surveys of the schools facilities primarily relating to the Negro and Rosenwald schools during the years 1920 - 1963. Collection includes surveys for the different Negro schools in each county or city district which includes lists of the educators and their salaries and information about class schedules, library resources and other services available at the schools. Additionally, information about Rosenwald libraries, the 1934 Georgia Report on Rosenwald...
Dates: Existence: 1920 - 1963

Education - Negro Education Division - War Surplus Buildings Transfer for Local Use

Identifier: 012-06-022
Scope and Contents Included in this series are: (1) resolutions expressing the willingness of local boards to participate in the program; (2) lists of buildings for sale; (3) lists of county boards and the buildings allocated thereto; (4) War Department shipping forms; (5) correspondence to and from Mr. Robert L. Cousins, Director of Negro Education, concerning building transfers; and (6) carbon copies sent to Mr. Cousins of letters dealing with building transfers. Files cover transfers of building from: (1)...
Dates: Created: 1937 and 1946 - 1950