Son's wedding, 1968 Aug. 31 5 items
Dr. Cleve Eneas, 1982 May 20 1 item
Shipping records, revenue and expense reports, bylaws, pamphlets.
Letter from Brazil, 1975 Dec. 22 7 items
Chiefly printed materials concerning the Peace Corps, House of Representatives, Walter Mondale, United States Senate, signed photograph of Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro.
African trip, 1959-1960 and undated 4 folders
Collins with African associates relating to import businesses at the Christian Enyenaya Arms Hotel Ikeja and other locations. Associates named in captions include Chief Adeye from Nigeria, Anthony Fernandez, and Tom Berkly.
Artwork, undated 7 items
Photographs of African artwork include Chief Uwangue, beaded crown, woman standing figure carrying water pot, elephant palm tree with electric lamp, elephant, king and queen bookends, Prince Ohuhn, and fish dish.
Indonesia trip, 1978 May 5 items
Daniel A. Collins papers, 1942-1986 and undated 0.2 Linear Feet — Approximately 100 Items
The Daniel A. Collins Papers span the years 1946-1986 and document aspects of the career and life of Collins, politically active Bay Area resident and the first African American on the faculty of the School of Dental Science at the University of California, San Francisco. The collection is arranged alphabetically by folder title or format group, and consists of a few items of correspondence; newspaper clippings about personal friends and family members; copies of his transcripts from Berkeley; materials on the history of Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, Collins' 1981 honors program from the Bay Area Urban League, and a few other miscellaneous documents. The collection also houses records from 1956-1961 from the Cocoa Merchants' Association of America in which Collins was involved through his import business, Beacol Enterprises, Ltd., for which there are also a few records. Color snapshots from his 1978 trip to Indonesia and black and white professional photographs taken from his 1960s trips to Africa complete the collection. Acquired as part of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture.