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The Papers of Clarence Mitchell Jr.

and of the NAACP Washington Bureau 1942 - 1978

 

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Lion in the Lobby
Volumes I&II
Volume III
Volume IV
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Volumes I&II
Volume III
Volume IV
Volume V
 

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Table of Contents
Volume III

1946-1954

List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Editorial Method and Apparatus
Other Symbols and Abbreviations
Glossary
Civil Rights Chronology, 1946 - 1954
Headnotes

            Ending Segregation in the Armed Services
            Battling Discrimination in Federal Aid to Education
            NAACP and the Filibuster   
            NAACP, the Taft-Hartley Act, and the National Labor Relations Board
            Segregation in Federal Housing Programs
            Struggle to Abolish the Poll Tax

            Struggle for a Permanent FEPC: 1942-1954
           
Struggle against Jim Crow     Travel                                                                                                                               

DOCUMENTS

Reports of Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Labor Secretary in the NAACP Washington Bureau

1946

NAACP Labor Department Objectives, July 25, 1946
First Monthly Report, July 31, 1946
Tentative NAACP Labor Department Program, August 1, 1946
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, August 31, 1946
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, September 30, 1946
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, October 31, 1946
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, November 30, 1946
Annual Report of NAACP Labor Department, December 30, 1946

1947

Report of the Labor Secretary, January 25, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, February 1, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, March 1, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, April 3, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, May 2, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, June 2, 1947

Report of the NAACP Labor Department at the 38
th Annual

Conference in Washington, D.C., June 26, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, July 3, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, September 3, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, October 2, 1947
Report on Recent Discrimination against Negroes in Federal Government, October 31, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, November 1, 1947
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, December 2, 1947
Annual Report of the Labor Department, December 23, 1947

1948

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, February 5, 1948
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, March 1, 1948
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, March 31, 1948
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, April 30, 1948
Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, May 28, 1948

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, August 31, 1948

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, September 30, 1948

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, November 1, 1948

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, December 1, 1948

Annual Report of the Labor Department, December 20, 1948

1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, January 31, 1949

Monthly, Report of Labor Secretary, March 4, 1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, April 1 1949

Monthly, Report of Labor Secretary, May 2, 1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, May 31, 1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, September 30, 1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, October 31, 1949

Monthly Report of Labor Secretary, November 30, 1949

Annual Report of Labor Department, December 21, 1949

1950

Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary, January 31, 1950

Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary, March 3, 1950

Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary, April 3, 1950
Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary, May 1, 1950

Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary, May 31, 1950

Monthly Report of the Labor Secretary for June, July 17, 1950

Reports of the Washington Bureau under Clarence Mitchell, Jr.

1950

Monthly Report, July and August 1950 [August 31, 1950]

Monthly Report, October 2, 1950

Monthly Report, November 3, 1950

Monthly Report, December 4, 1950

Annual Report, December 21, 1950

1951

Monthly Report, January 31, 1951

Monthly Report, February 2, 1951

NAACP Report on “H” Bomb Project in South Carolina, February 5, 1951

Monthly Report, March 5, 1951

Monthly Report, April 4, 1951

Monthly Report, May 3, 1951

Monthly Report, June 4, 1951

Monthly Report (for June, July, August) August 31, 1951

Monthly Report, October 4, 1951

Monthly Report, November 5, 1951

Communication to Branches on Important Legislation in the New Congress, November 30, 1951   

Monthly Report, December 5, 1951

Annual Report, December 28, 1951

1952

Monthly Report, February 6, 1952

Monthly Report, March 5, 1952

Monthly Report, May 8, 1952

Monthly Report, June 5, 1952

Special Report on Congress, July 1952

Monthly Report, October 6, 1952

Monthly Report, November 5, 1952

Monthly Report, December 3, 1952

Spotlight on the Nation’s Capital, December 31, 1952

1953

Monthly Report, February 4, 1953                      

Monthly Report, March 3, 1953

Monthly Report, April 3, 1953

Report on Washington, April 30, 1953

Monthly Report, May 4, 1953

Monthly Report, June 1, 1953

A Report from Washington, June 15, 1953

Background on NAACP’s Successful Drive for Action Against

Discrimination by Government Contractors, August 21, 1953

Monthly Report, September 9, 1953

Monthly Report, October 6, 1953

Monthly Report, November 2, 1953

Important Civil Rights Legislation in the 83rd Congress, November 2, 1953

A Report from Washington, November 4, 1953

Monthly Report, December 7, 1953

Annual Report, December 31, 1953

1954

Recent Highlights in the NAACP Campaign Against Segregation in Schools on Military Posts, and Additional Steps in Integration of Schools on Military Posts, February 17, 1954

Monthly Report, February 28, 1954

Monthly Report, March 9, 1954

Monthly Report, April 12, 1954

Monthly Report, May 5, 1954

Monthly Report, June 4, 1954

Desegregation by Presidential Order and Legislative record of 1954 Candidates, June 29, 1954

A Summary of the Civil Rights Record of the 83rd Congress, August 21, 1954

Civil Rights Under the Eisenhower Administration, 1953-54, September 29, 1954

Monthly Report, October 7, 1954

Monthly Report, November 4, 1954

Report on Atomic Energy, Aiken, South Carolina, November 30, 1954

Monthly Report, December 6, 1954

Annual Report, December 31, 1954

Bibliography
Statements and Testimonies of NAACP Representatives before Congress, 1916-1949
Statements and Testimonies of Leslie S. Perry before Congressional Committees, 1943-1950
Statements and Testimonies of Clarence Mitchell, Jr., before Congressional Committees, 1934 1954
Statements of Clarence Mitchell, Jr., before non-Congressional Committees, 1949-1954
Statements and Testimonies of Walter White before Congressional Committees, 1930-1954
Statements and Testimonies of Roy Wilkins before Congressional Committees, 1945-1954
Other Related Statements and Testimonies before Congressional Committees, 1947-1954

Cases Cited

Appendixes

            1. Related Documents

Memorandum, Robert A. Ming, Jr., “A Labor Secretary,” June 5, 1941

Memorandum, Meeting of Washington Bureau Steering Committee, May 20, 1942

Findings and Recommendations, Washington Conference, N.A.A.C.P., July 4, 1942

The Washington Bureau of the NAACP – Purpose, July 4, 1942

Colored Firemen Killed or Wounded, December 8, 1942

Report of Activities, Washington Bureau NAACP, December 31, 1942

Memorandum, Emmanuel H. Bloch, “Federal Policy Against Discrimination,” January 25, 1944

Memorandum, Will Maslow, “Status of State FEPC Bills,” March 27, 1945

Operating Manual for the Labor Committees of Branches, March 7, 1947

NAACP Washington Bureau Press Release, Resolutions Urging Favorable Action of FEP Legislation, April 7, 1947

Summary of Complaints against New Orleans Post Office, May 10, 1947

Suggestions for Government Program against Employment Discrimination by Federal Agencies, November 7, 1947

NAACP Legislative Program and Action Needed on Bills, March 16, 1948

Statement to the Civil Service Commission March 24, 1948

“Demerits on Being Colored,” by Clarence Mitchell, Labor Secretary, March, 1948

Report of Administrator’s Committee on Negro Employment, Promotion, and Transfer in Bureau of Old-Age Survivors Insurance in Baltimore, June 18, 1948

The NAACP’s Fight for an Executive Order Against Discrimination in Federal Employment, August 20, 1948

Clarence Mitchell, “Notes on the Taft-Hartley Act,” October 31, 1948

National Negro Publishers Association News Release ca. January 19, 1949

Thurgood Marshall, Memorandum to the President of the United States Concerning Racial Discrimination by the Federal Housing Administration, February 1, 1949

Report on the NAACP Conference on the Filibuster March 10, 1949

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., “Education UAW Style,” March 1949

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Statement on Behalf of Complainants Against the New Orleans Post Office, June 28, 1949

CIO, “Why Taft-Hartley Should Be Repealed,” January 1950

Memorandum from John A. Davis on Proposed Amendment for Changing the Method of Electing the President, February 28, 1950

Joseph C. Waddy (Accompanied by Clarence Mitchell), Statement on H.R. 7789 to Amend the Railway Labor Act, June 7, 1950

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Statement on “State and Federal FEPC,” June 21, 1950

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Statement on “Migratory Workers,” July 13, 1950

NAACP WB Newsletter, December 20, 1950

Armed Forces, December, 1950

NAACP WB Newsletter, February 21, 1951

NAACP WB Newsletter, March 21, 1951

Re Mr. White’s Conversation with Clarence Mitchell, April 4, 1951

NAACP WB Newsletter, April 24, 1951

NAACP WB Newsletter, May 29, 1951

NAACP WB Newsletter, June 21, 1951

FEPC Fact Sheet for June 25, 1951

NAACP WB Newsletter, September 21, 1951

NAACP Memorandum on Authority and Power of Federal Agencies

   To Prohibit Discrimination in Federal and Federally Aided Programs

  Administered by Them, January 11, 1952

Partial List of Cooperating National Organizations, 1952

NAACP WB Newsletter, May 28, 1952

Statement on McCarran Bill, June 3, 1952

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Statement on Government Contract Compliance, June 9, 1952

Walter White, Testimony on Immigration and Naturalization, September 30, 1952

NAACP WB Newsletter, October 3, 1952

NAACP WB Press Release, October 4, 1952

Walter White, Broadcast, WLIB and Affiliate Stations, April 9, 1953

NAACP WB Newsletter, August 10, 1953

NAACP WB Press Release, August 21, 1953

Memorandum to Members of the Committee on Government Contracts, November 30, 1953

Recommendations on Minority Housing Problems, December 9, 1954

2. Biographical Directory

3. Congressional Directory

4. Report of the Washington Bureau, 1942-1950, by Leslie Perry

Index


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