Ann Arbor: African-Americans

The following collections include personal papers of prominent African-American citizens; local residents active in the abolitionist movement of the mid-nineteenth century; records of organizations and churches serving the local African-American community; and collections associated with Ann Arbor school desegregation efforts in the 1960s.

Ann Arbor Community Center membership drive (BL005316)

African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County.

Ann Arbor Community Center

Morris, Mildred

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Beckley, G. (Guy), 1805-1847

Burgess, John M.

Byrd, David R.

Byrd, Letitia J.

Carpenter, Charles William, 1886-1971

Carr, Marian

Fields Family

Foster, Theodore, 1812-1865

Hultquist, Donald E.

Jones, Lola M.

Lockett, Harold J., 1924-1994

Morris, Mildred

Ragland, John, 1905-1981

Saturday Academy for African American Students

Sinclair, John, 1941-

Thomas, Charles, 1937-1994

University of Michigan, Programs for Educational Opportunity

Wheeler, Albert Harold, 1915-1994

Wickliffe, Letty M., 1902-

Woods, John A., 1914-1989