Annotated and Indexed Subjects

Scope and content:

The Annotated and Indexed Subjects subseries consists of alphabetized subject files on research topics compiled by Robert Hill. It includes Hill's annotated and indexed photocopies of articles from Garvey's newspapers: The Negro World, The Black Man, and his monthly magazine The Blackman. Annotated photocopies of microfilm, printed material, and transcripts from newspapers covering biographic information on public figures involved with government policy, business operations, and activist teachings and activities can also be found here. This subseries contains Garvey's speeches and writings from his publications as well as those of his contemporaries, such as W.E.B. Du Bois, Henrietta Vinton Davis, and William Pickens. Also included are documentation from the UNIA concerning its divisions and finances, the Black Star Line and its officers, the Bureau of Investigation (later the Federal Bureau of Investigation) on surveillance of Garvey, and Garvey's mail fraud trial.

Notes on book elements such as acknowledgements, annotation lists, appendices, bibliographies and biographies, duplicate and excluded documents, introductions, and lists of mentioned individuals are in this subseries as well.

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Collection restrictions:

Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Contact Research Services in advance to request production of use copies.

Collection contains electronic records that may need to be reformatted. Access copies of electronic records must be accessed in our reading room. Contact Research Services for access.

The African Volumes (AF) Series is closed to researcher access except by permission of the curator of the John Hope Franklin Research Center. Researchers can request permission to use this series through the Research Services Dept. Materials specifically related to the unpublished Volume 8 of the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers (held within the African Volumes series) are restricted to reading room use only, with no reproductions. This restriction expires in 2025 or until the volume is published, whichever comes first.

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