Guide to the James Ward Seabrook Collection, 1880 - 1973

Descriptive Summary
 

Administrative Information
 

Access Restrictions
 

Copyright Notice
 

Preferred Citation
 

Acquisitions Information
 

Processing Information
 

Biographical Note
 

Collection Overview
 

Collection Arrangement
 

Online Catalog Headings
 

Container List
 

 

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Repository:                                             

 

Creator:

Seabrook, James Ward

Title:

Inventory of the James Ward Seabrook Collection, 1880 - 1973

Language of Material:

Material in English

Location:

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult Fayetteville State University's Archives Department, 4th Floor, Chesnutt Library, Room #403 or phone (910) 672-1613.

Abstract:

The James Ward Seabrook Collection contains materials such as personal correspondence of James Ward Seabrook (1920 - 1960); It also contains legal papers of James W. Seabrook such as: Diaries, Minutes of FSTC Board of Trustees, Proceedings and History of Fayetteville State University (1880 - 1955); Speeches (1940 – 1966); Class Rosters (1905 – 1913) and Awards/ Certificates/Honors. There are also, pictures of family, faculty, staff and students (1923 - 1973); and newspaper and magazine clippings (1932 - 1970).

Extent:

3.6 linear feet, 9 archival boxes

 

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Materials are RESTRICTED and must be used within the department. Some photocopying may be allowed based upon the Library Staff's discretion. Materials are not available for regular checkout.

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Copyright Notice

The University makes no representation that it is the owner of the common law copyright or literary property in any unpublished manuscript or photograph, and that wherever applicable, permission to publish must also be obtained from the owner of the copyright (the owner or his transferees, heirs, legatees, or literary executors).

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], James Ward Seabrook Collection, Charles Waddell Chesnutt Library, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC, USA.

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Acquisitions Information

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Processing Information

Processed by Nettie Thigpen: April 5, 1977; and Ellen McEachern: June 24, 1987

Encoded by Eloise L. Vowotor:  March 22, 2006

Updated by Eloise L. Vowotor:  5-2-11

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Biographical Note

James Ward Seabrook was the fifth (5) President of FSU from July 1933 to June 1956, when he became President Emeritus. He began his higher education at the Presbyterian Parochial school in Sumter, South Carolina, where he was born (Nov. 6, 1886) and reared. After his graduation from school, he attended the Harbison Institute of Abbeville. He next enrolled at Biddle where he was graduated as first honor student of his class with an A. B. degree in 1909. While at Biddle, he was a member of the Y, manager of an athletic team, commandant of the school military unit and editor of the "The Argus", the school paper. After his graduation, he taught for three years at the Slater State Normal School at Winston-Salem. His next educational position was at Kittrell College, which he remained for one year, after which he was elected to the faculty of JCSU. In 1923 James Ward Seabrook became Dean of Fayetteville State Normal. His studies were interrupted by the World War I, during which time he served his country in Washington at Howard University with the student army training corps and as an instructor at the military detachment at Charlotte. In continuing his studies Prof. James W. Seabrook took post graduate work at New York University, where he received his M.A. and passed the matriculation examination for the Ph.D. The Ped.D (Honoris Causa) was awarded by Johnson C. Smith University. While in Washington, he was appointed as a member of President Hoover's White House Conference on Child Health and Protection. He was a member of the Advisory Committee on Negro Education of the U.S. Office of Education having been appointed by Secretary Wilbur of the Department of the Interior. Prof. James Seabrook was a Trustee of Johnson C. Smith University and he served as Vice President of the North Carolina Teachers Association of Teachers in Colored Schools and was on the Executive Committee of the N.C. Interracial Commission. He also was a member of the American Legion.

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Online Catalog Headings

Seabrook James Ward 1933 1956

Seabrook, James Ward

Fayetteville State Teachers College -- History

African American college administrators -- North Carolina -- History

African Americans -- Education (Higher) -- North Carolina -- History

 
 
 

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Container List

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 1:

     
     
 

Folder 1-1

 

 

Report of Committee on Delegate Assembly. North Carolina Negro Teachers Association, March 21, 1941.

 

Folder 1-2

 

Minutes - Recommendations on School Reorganization.

 

Folder 1-3

 

The Sixty-first Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Negro Teachers Association April 2-4, 1942.

 

Folder 2

   
 

Folder 2-1

 

Proceedings - Second Annual Meeting. The Governor's Traffic Safety Council, December 6, 1955.

 

Folder 2-2

 

Semi-Annual Meeting. Los Angeles County Conference on Community Relations

 

Folder 3

   
 

Folder 3-1

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 3-2

 

Correspondence - Received from various (FSTC) students.

 

Folder 4

   
 

Folder 4-1

 

Minutes - State Normal School Board of Trustees Annual Meeting - July 12, 1937

 

Folder 4-2

 

Minutes - Meeting of the Board of Trustees - June 17, 1938.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Minutes - Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 5

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

 

Folder 5-1

 

Minutes - March 8, 1937.

 

Folder 5-2

 

Minutes - May 11, 1937.

 

Folder 5-3

 

Resolution - Approved.

 

Folder 5-4

 

Resolution - May 11, 1937.

 

Folder 5-5

 

Minutes - October 29, 1937.

 

Folder 5-6

 

Meeting - Suggested Items and Agenda - October 29, 1937.

 

Folder 5-7

 

Memorandum for Board of Trustees - September 23, 1937.

 

Folder 5-8

 

Minutes - September 23, 1938.

 

Folder 5-9

 

Minutes and Resolution - November 17, 1938.

 

Folder 5-10

 

Minutes - January 15, 1941

 

Folder 5-11

 

Meeting of the Board - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 6

 

ANNUAL REPORTS OF PRESIDENTS (TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES)

 

Folder 6-1

 

Annual Report - June 20, 1934.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Annual Report - June 20, 1934.

 

Folder 6-3

 

Annual Report - July 17, 1939.

 

Folder 6-4

 

Annual Report - August 8, 1940.

 

Folder 6-5

 

Annual Report - May 28, 1941

 

Folder 6-6

 

Annual Report - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 7

 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL BUILDING COMMITTEE MINUTES.

 

Folder 7-1

 

Minutes, September 8, 1937.

 

Folder 7-2

 

Minutes, October 8, 1937.

 

Folder 7-3

 

Resolution.

 

Folder 7-4

 

Resolution Ordering the Filing of Bids.

 

Folder 7-5

 

Minutes - July 2, 1949

 

Folder 8

 

CORRESPONDENCE - THIS SET INCLUDES LETTERS, POSTCARDS, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE FROM FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES, STUDENTS AND POLITICIANS. THERE ARE MATERIALS FROM THE 1920's THROUGH THE 60's.

 

Folder 8-1

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-2

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-3

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-4

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-5

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-6

 

Telegram.

 

Folder 8-7

 

Western Union - Day Letter.

 

Folder 8-8

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-9

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-10

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-11

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-12

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-13

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-14

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-15

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-16

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-17

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-18

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-19

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-20

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-21

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-22

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-23

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-24

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-25

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-26

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-27

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-28

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-29

 

North Carolina's Tribute to President John F. Kennedy.

 

Folder 8-30

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-31

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-32

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 8-33

 

From the Fayetteville Observer, November 13, 1964.

 

Folder 8-34

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 9

 

CONTRACT BETWEEN THE STATE COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL AND THE FAYETTEVILLE GRADED SCHOOLS, EXECUTED IN NOVEMBER 1931.

 

Folder 9-1

 

Memorandum.

 

Folder 9-2

 

Memorandum.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 2:

     
 

Folder 1

   
 

Folder 1-1

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 2

 

PRINTED MATERIAL.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Church and World Politics.

 

Folder 2-2

 

What is A Healthy Personality?

 

Folder 2-3

 

Magazine Clipping - Politics - October 15, 1961.

 

Folder 2-4

 

Newspaper Clipping - London Book Talk.

 

Folder 2-5

 

Public Schools Develop Personality and Thinking.

 

Folder 2-6

 

Newspaper Clipping - Education's Faults.

 

Folder 2-7

 

The Quest for the Best.

 

Folder 2-8

 

Newspaper Clipping - "Half-Baked" Men Held School Flaw.

 

Folder 2-9

 

Newspaper Clipping.

 

Folder 2-10

 

Newspaper Clipping.

 

Folder 2-11

 

Newspaper Clipping - The Plain Fact.

 

Folder 2-12

 

Newspaper Clipping - Treasure Chest.

 

Folder 2-13

 

Newspaper Clipping - Commission, Hospital Board, Cape Fear Valley, 1956.

 

Folder 2-14

 

Newspaper Clipping - Personality and Character.

 

Folder 2-15

 

Newspaper Clipping - Did You Know?

 

Folder 2-16

 

Newspaper Clipping - What Education Means.

 

Folder 2-17

 

Newspaper Clipping - Integration or Desegregation.

 

Folder 2-18

 

Newspaper Clipping - What of Uncommon Men?

 

Folder 2-19

 

Newspaper Clipping - "Fidelity Has Declined".

 

Folder 2-20

 

Newspaper Clipping - Fallout Shelter for Do-It-Yourselfers.

 

Folder 2-21

 

Magazine Clipping - "Be Still".

 

Folder 2-22

 

Magazine Clipping.

 

Folder 3

 

PRINTED MATERIAL - CLIPPINGS.

 

Folder 3-1

 

Newspaper Clippings - Educators Honored - E. E. Miller and Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 3-2

 

Carver Day Observed.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Newspaper Clipping - The Fifth Freedom.

 

Folder 3-4

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 3-5

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 4

 

PRINTED MATERIAL - CLIPPINGS.

 

Folder 4-1

 

Newspaper Clipping - Probe is Urged of School Setup.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Printed Material - Tomorrow's Greatness.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Favorite Axioms of Today's Educators.

 

Folder 4-4

 

Poem - Jim Crow Car.

 

Folder 4-5

 

Newsletter.

 

Folder 5

 

PRINTED MATERIAL - CLIPPINGS - F. T. C. HISTORY.

 

Folder 5-1

 

Newspaper Clipping - Six Points Given Campus By Seabrook.

 

Folder 5-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Fayetteville Teachers College Starting Big Expansion - September 5, 1949.

 

Folder 5-3

 

F. T. C. History

 

Folder 6

 

PRINTED MATERIAL.

 

Folder 6-1

 

F. S. U. - 1956-68 - Dr. Seabrook's Retirement.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Two-Year Normal School Became Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 6-3

 

In 1956, President Seabrook decided to retire.

 

Folder 6-4

 

The Board of Trustees - F. S. U. - 1952-74.

 

Folder 6-5

 

F. S. U. History.

 

Folder 6-6

 

Founders' Day - April 20, 1969.

 

Folder 7

 

PRINTED MATERIAL - F.S.U. HISTORY

 

Folder 7-1

 

F. S. U. History - February 9, 1937.

 

Folder 7-2

 

Minutes of Annual Meeting - F.S.T.C. - July 12, 1946.

 

Folder 7-3

 

Minutes of Annual Meeting - F.S.T.C. - July 12, 1946.

 

Folder 7-4

 

Agreement - State of North Carolina

 

Folder 7-5

 

Founders' Day - April 20, 1969.

 

Folder 7-6

 

Founders' Day Observance - April 18, 1971.

 

Folder 7-7

 

Founders' Day - April 18, 1971.

 

Folder 7-8

 

Certified Copy of Resolution Fixing Minimum Wage Rates.

 

Folder 7-9

 

Founders' Day Program - April 16, 1961.

 

Folder 8

 

PRINTED MATERIAL

 

Folder 8-1

 

F.S.T.C. History.

 

Folder 8-2

 

Gifts to F.S.T.C. by the Graduating Classes of 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943 and 1944.

 

Folder 8-3

 

History of F.S.T.C.

 

Folder 9

 

PRINTED MATERIAL.

 

Folder 9-1

 

Negro School News - January, 1949.

 

Folder 9-2

 

Negro History Week - January 22, 1955.

 

Folder 10

 

PRINTED MATERIAL, CLIPPINGS, AND POEMS.

 

Folder 10-1

 

Principle.

 

Folder 10-2

 

Principle - Quotation.

 

Folder 10-3

 

A College President Should Have.

 

Folder 10-4

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 10-5

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 10-6

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-7

 

Poems - Education.

 

Folder 10-8

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-9

 

Poems and Jokes.

 

Folder 10-10

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-11

 

Poem - Wanted (School and Secretary - July 14, 1951).

 

Folder 10-12

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-13

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-14

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-15

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-16

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-17

 

Poem.

 

Folder 10-18

 

Artist's Credo - January 19, 1936..

 

Folder 10-19

 

Loyalty of Negro during Civil War.

 

Folder 10-20

 

The Other Side of Sumter.

 

Folder 10-21

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-22

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-23

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-24

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-25

 

What Is A Boy?

 

Folder 10-26

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-27

 

Take Off The Chip!

 

Folder 10-28

 

What Is A Boy?

 

Folder 10-29

 

Education....

 

Folder 10-30

 

"One Solitary Life".

 

Folder 10-31

 

Speech - Sayings that have helped me.

 

Folder 10-32

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 10-33

 

Poems.

 

Folder 10-34

 

Education - Printed Material.

 

Folder 11

 

PRINTED MATERIAL, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, AND POEMS.

 

Folder 11-1

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-2

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-3

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-4

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-5

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-6

 

Poems.

 

Folder 11-7

 

Quotation - "Who has Achieved Success" - by Bessie A. Stanley.

 

Folder 11-8

 

Poems.

 

Folder 12

 

PRINTED MATERIAL, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, AND RACE RELATIONS.

 

Folder 12-1

 

Newspaper Clipping.

 

Folder 12-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - NAACP.

 

Folder 12-3

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 12-4

 

Newspaper Clipping.

 

Folder 12-5

 

The Negro in American Life, by Reverdy C. Ranson.

 

Folder 12-6

 

Newspaper Clippings.

 

Folder 12-7

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 12-8

 

Southern Patriot. (Segregation in Education).

 

Folder 12-9

 

Newspaper Clipping - (The Power of the Law).

 

Folder 12-10

 

Newspaper Clipping - (Churches in South Map Racial Drive).

 

Folder 12-11

 

Printed Material - "The Interracial Front".

 

Folder 12-12

 

Printed Material - "America's Tenth Man".

 

Folder 12-13

 

Printed Material - Race Relations.

 

Folder 12-14

 

Newspaper Clipping.

 

Folder 12-15

 

Newspaper Clipping - Integration at Army Camps.

 

Folder 12-16

 

Printed Material - The White Christian and His Conscience.

 

Folder 12-17

 

Newspaper Clipping - "Negro/Out-Migration: Search for Opportunity."

 

Folder 13

 

PRINTED MATERIAL, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, AND RACE RELATIONS.

 

Folder 13-1

 

Newspaper Clipping - Speeches.

 

Folder 13-2

 

Printed Material - "Too Good to Be True".

 

Folder 13-3

 

Business Establishments which are open to all Races in the Fayetteville Area.

 

Folder 13-4

 

Newspaper Clipping - Funeral rites.

 

Folder 14

 

PRINTED MATERIAL AND F.S.U. CURRICULUM.

 

Folder 14-1

 

Two-Year Course for Primary Teachers.

 

Folder 14-2

 

Reports - Administrative Problems in the Denominational Colleges.

 

Folder 14-3

 

Journal Educational Research - April 1925. Methods of Educational Research.

 

Folder 14-4

 

Suggested Curriculum Two-Year Normal.

 

Folder 15

 

PRINTED MATERIAL. OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY.

 

Folder 15-1

 

Songs of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

 

Folder 15-2

 

Printed Material - After College What?

 

Folder 15-3

 

Memorial Service - Omega Psi Phi.

 

Folder 15-4

 

Omega Achievement Week Principals.

 

Folder 16

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/PAMPHLET.

 

Folder 16-1

 

Pamphlets - Why go to College?

 

Folder 16-2

 

Pamphlets - The Changing Character of Lynching.

 

Folder 16-3

 

Pamphlets - College and Church.

 

Folder 16-4

 

Pamphlets - Strengthening our Educational Institutions.

 

Folder 16-5

 

Pamphlets - Hope to all - A Statement of Purpose from the United Negro College Fund.

 

Folder 16-6

 

Printed Material - "Course in Citizenship".

 

Folder 16-7

 

Pamphlet - "Success Unexpected".

 

Folder 16-8

 

Pamphlet - New Developments in Philosophy.

 

Folder 16-9

 

Pamphlet - The Teaching of Negro History in Secondary Schools.

 

Folder 16-10

 

Pamphlet - The Aims of Education.

 

Folder 16-11

 

Bulletin - Kansas State Teachers College.

 

Folder 16-12

 

Printed Material - Current Trends in Higher Education, 1949.

 

Folder 17

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/PROGRAMS.

 

Folder 17-1

 

Vesper - Palmer Memorial Institute.

 

Folder 17-2

 

Program - The Military Conforming yet Transforming.

 

Folder 17-3

 

Program - Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Folder 17-4

 

Program - I Love the Church of God.

 

Folder 18

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/QUOTATIONS.

 

Folder 18-1

 

Printed Material - Quotations

 

Folder 19

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/RESEARCH NOTES - STATISTICS.

 

Folder 19-1

 

Speech - Additional Notes.

 

Folder 19-2

 

Negro Occupations, Professions and Business

 

Folder 19-3

 

Printed Material - Negro Occupations, Professions and Business.

 

Folder 19-4

 

Main Points in Address.

 

Folder 19-5

 

Social Needs of Negroes.

 

Folder 19-6

 

Statistics

 

Folder 19-7

 

Statistics

 

Folder 19-8

 

Cap and Gown Day Address.

 

Folder 19-9

 

Macauley on Freedom.

 

Folder 19-10

 

Statistics - Negro Occupations, Professions and Business.

 

Folder 19-11

 

Statistics of Negro Americans, 1948.

 

Folder 19-12

 

Speech Notes.

 

Folder 19-13

 

Newspaper Clipping - Speaking of Books.

 

Folder 19-14

 

Printed Material - Magazine Clipping.

 

Folder 19-15

 

Commencement Program - Johnson C. Smith University.

 

Folder 19-16

 

Speech Notes.

 

Folder 19-17

 

Statistics - Registered.

 

Folder 20

 

PRINTED MATERIAL (SPEECHES OF OTHERS).

 

Folder 20-1

 

Speech of Herbert King.

 

Folder 20-2

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 20-3

 

Commencement Address - Conrod Bergendoff.

 

Folder 20-4

 

Baccalaureate Address - Rev. Warren Candler Budd.

 

Folder 20-5

 

Speech - Religion in Education.

 

Folder 20-6

 

Pamphlet - Address by Wilson Compton.

 

Folder 20-7

 

Address - The Intellectual Revolution by Dr. Harold C. Urey.

 

Folder 20-8

 

Address - Public Trusteeship, by Dr. J. Paul Mather.

 

Folder 20-9

 

Baccalaureate Address - by Dr. Horace G. Smith

 

Folder 20-10

 

Abstract of the Address of Mr. N.C. Newbold.

 

Folder 20-11

 

President's Address.

 

Folder 20-12

 

Pamphlet - What the Negro has done for the United States and Texas, by W.E.B. DuBois.

 

Folder 20-13

 

Address by Dr. Charles D. Proctor - Scientific Philosophy for Everyday Life.

 

Folder 20-14

 

Pamphlet - More than Bread Alone ...

 

Folder 20-15

 

Pamphlet - The Hope of Learning.

 

Folder 20-16

 

Pamphlet - Some Words to the Wise, by Benjamin F. Fairless.

 

Folder 20-17

 

Pamphlet - Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free use thereof - Sermon by Robert J. McCracken.

 

Folder 20-18

 

Pamphlet - The Christian Church by John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

 

Folder 20-19

 

Pamphlet - Three Views of the Segregation Decisions by William Faulkner, Benjamin E. Mays, and Cecil Sims.

 

Folder 20-20

 

Pamphlet - Equal Opportunity by Frank Diehl Fackenthal.

 

Folder 21

 

PRINTED MATERIAL (SPEECHES OF OTHERS).

 

Folder 21-1

 

Abstract of Address by Principal C. Parker Poole, 1933.

 

Folder 21-2

 

Pamphlet - Why Go To College? By Dr. Wilson Compton.

 

Folder 21-3

 

Pamphlet - America's Obligation to Its Negro Citizens by Mark Ethridge.

 

Folder 21-4

 

Book - The North Carolina Historical Review - April 1953

 

Folder 21-5

 

Paper by Mr. J.B. MacRae.

 

Folder 21-6

 

Printed Material by J.W. Seabrook - (Teaching - Methods).

 

Folder 21-7

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 22

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/NEGROES AND THE WAR.

 

Folder 22-1

 

Negroes and the War by Chandler Owen

 

Folder 23

 

PRINTED MATERIAL (SPEECHES OF OTHERS).

 

Folder 23-1

 

Testimony in Support of H.R. 10638, A Bill to Establish a Museum of Negro History and Culture Commission, by Dr. Joseph H. Douglas.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 3:

     
 

Folder 1

 

GUIDE TO SEABROOK PAPERS AND OTHER NOTES BY MRS. THIGPEN.

 

Folder 1-1

 

Poems and Speeches - Youth and Religion Group.

 

Folder 1-2

 

Poems and Quotations - Valuable for Speeches.

 

Folder 1-3

 

Note by Mrs. Thigpen.

 

Folder 1-4

 

Form Letter by Mrs. Thigpen

 

Folder 2

 

1977 SEABROOK FORMS REQUESTING INFORMATION (BITS AND PIECES)

 

Folder 2-1

 

Form Letters Requesting Information - by Mrs. Nettie H. Thigpen.

 

Folder 3

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/AWARDS, HONORS, BIOGRAPHICAL.

 

Folder 3-1

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 3-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Honored by Omegas and Certificate of Appointment.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Printed Material from the Governor's Office - 1964.

 

Folder 3-4

 

Certificate to Dr. J. W. Seabrook from the Salvation Army Building Fund.

 

Folder 3-5

 

Scholarship Fund - 1963-64.

 

Folder 3-6

 

Correspondence - Appointment.

 

Folder 3-7

 

Program - Greetings and Presentation of Building.

 

Folder 3-8

 

Correspondence - Invitation to Attend the Governor's Conference.

 

Folder 4

 

FORM LETTERS.

 

Folder 4-1

 

Form Letter from Mrs. Nettie H. Thigpen, Dec. 15, 1977.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Form Letter from Mrs. Nettie H. Thigpen, Dec. 2, 1977.

 

Folder 5

 

TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE.

 

Folder 5-1

 

(Nothing in Folder)

 

Folder 6

 

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION - RETIREMENT, 1956

 

Folder 6-1

 

Dr. Seabrook: A Great Educator Retires - 1956.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Brother Seabrook Ends His Career at Fayetteville State.

 

Folder 6-3

 

Newspaper Clippings - The Death of Dr. James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 7

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.

 

Folder 7-1

 

Newspaper Clipping - Dr. Seabrook Appointment to the State Employment Security Commission.

 

Folder 7-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Family to Honor "Mother" Seabrook - May 28, 1961 - 100th Birthday.

 

Folder 7-3

 

Newspaper Clipping - Honoree with Relatives at Birthday Observance.

 

Folder 7-4

 

Newspaper Clippings - Educators Honored - Mr. E.E. Miller and Dr. Seabrook. Mrs. Seabrook to Head Fund Division.

 

Folder 7-5

 

Newspaper Clippings - Mrs. Lucy S. Seabrook Observes l00th Year in Durham.

 

Folder 7-6

 

Newspaper Clipping - Forty-seven Years an Educator.

 

Folder 7-7

 

Newspaper Clipping - Seabrook Elementary School Dedicated in Cedar Creek.

 

Folder 7-8

 

Newspaper Clipping - Thrifty Prexy, Dr. Seabrook.

 

Folder 7-9

 

Newspaper Clipping - Seabrook Home after Duty at J.C. Smith.

 

Folder 7-10

 

Newspaper Clippings - Other Appointments - Dr. Seabrook named to State ESC Post.

 

Folder 7-11

 

Brief Biography of James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 7-12

 

Personal Data: Dr. James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 7-13

 

Printed Material - In Memoriam.

 

Folder 7-14

 

Biographical Sketch - Dr. Seabrook.

 

Folder 7-15

 

Form Letter from Mrs. Nettie H. Thigpen.

 

Folder 7-16

 

Newspaper Clipping - Dr. Seabrook - President of the State Normal School - March 18, 1939

 

Folder 7-17

 

Printed Material from Mamie Wilkerson.

 

Folder 8

 

PHOTOGRAPHS/PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL.

 

Folder 8-1

 

Photograph of Dr. Seabrook.

 

Folder 8-2

 

Photograph of Smith Administration.

 

Folder 8-3

 

Newbold Laboratory School Playground.

 

Folder 8-4

 

Glee Club - 1926.

 

Folder 8-5

 

Buildings on Campus.

 

Folder 8-6

 

Dedication E.E. Smith Monument.

 

Folder 8-7

 

Newbold Training School Playground.

 

Folder 8-8

 

Buildings on Campus.

 

Folder 8-9

 

Aycock Hall.

 

Folder 8-10

 

Buildings on Campus.

 

Folder 8-11

 

Chesnutt Library (Old).

 

Folder 8-12

 

Photograph of Dr. James Ward Seabrook and Sister Circa.

 

Folder 8-13

 

Photograph of Dr. E. E. Smith, President.

 

Folder 8-14

 

Photograph of President's Residence.

 

Folder 8-15

 

Photograph of Vance Hall, Smith Administration, and Bickett Hall.

 

Folder 8-16

 

Photograph of Smith Administration Building, Bickett Hall (Girl Dormitory), and H.L. Cook Dining Hall.

 

Folder 8-17

 

Photograph of the First Aid Club.

 

Folder 8-18

 

Program - In Recognition of Twenty Years of Service as President - Dr. J. W. Seabrook - May 22, 1953.

 

Folder 8-19

 

The Newsletter - Johnson C. Smith University

 

Folder 8-20

 

The Voice - June 1, 1953.

 

Folder 9

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (1923-1936)

 

Folder 9-1

 

Photograph of Football Team, 1923.

 

Folder 9-2

 

State Normal School Faculty, 1925

 

Folder 10

 

PHOTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL (1923-1936)

 

Folder 10-1

 

Basketball Team - 1933-34.

 

Folder 10-2

 

Football Team - 1934-35.

 

Folder 10-3

 

Boys Basketball Team and Girls Basketball Team, 1934-35.

 

Folder 10-4

 

Student Forum and Girls Basketball Team, 1935-36.

 

Folder 10-5

 

State Normal School Glee Club, 1935-36.

 

Folder 10-6

 

Boys Basketball Team and Football Team, 1935-36.

 

Folder 10-7

 

Student Officers of Sunday School and Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 1935-36.

 

Folder 10-8

 

Picture of Joyner Hall (Girls Dormitory).

 

Folder 10-9

 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Photograph.

 

Folder 10-10

 

Dramatic Club (2 Pictures) and State Normal School, Student Officers of Sunday School (2 Pictures), 1936-37.

 

Folder 11

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (1937-1938)

 

Folder 11-1

 

May Day, 1937.

 

Folder 11-2

 

First Aid Class, 1937.

 

Folder 11-3

 

Bickett Hall.

 

Folder 11-4

 

Front Entrance of President's Home, 1937-38.

 

Folder 11-5

 

President's Residence (1937-38) - Joyner Hall and Bickett Hall, 1937-38

 

Folder 11-6

 

View of Dedication of E.E. Smith Monument, 1937-38.

 

Folder 11-7

 

Front and Side View of H.L. Cook Dining Hall, 1937-38. Smith Administration Building and Side Entrance of Bickett Hall, 1937-38.

 

Folder 11-8

 

Football Team, Service Club, Officers of Gilbreath Club, 1937-38.

 

Folder 11-9

 

Debating Team and Basketball Team (2).

 

Folder 11-10

 

Rho Beta Chi Honor Society and Football Team, 1938-39.

 

Folder 11-11

 

Social Science Club, 1938-39.

 

Folder 11-12

 

Girl's Basketball Team and Boy's Basketball Team, 1938-39.

 

Folder 12

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (1939-1940)

 

Folder 12-1

 

Men's Basketball Team and Women's Basketball Team.

 

Folder 12-2

 

The Dramatic Club and the Aesthetic Dancing Club.

 

Folder 12-3

 

Officers of the Sunday School.

 

Folder 12-4

 

The Service Club and May Day.

 

Folder 12-5

 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet and Physical Science Club.

 

Folder 12-6

 

Chesnutt Library Club and Women's Basketball Team.

 

Folder 12-7

 

Football Team.

 

Folder 12-8

 

Printed Material - Mrs. Murphy.

 

Folder 13

 

PHOTOGRAPH (1973)

 

Folder 13-1

 

Photograph of Dr. James, Mr. Collins, Dr. Lyons, and Dr. Seabrook - 1973.

 

Folder 14

 

PRINTED MATERIAL

 

Folder 14-1

 

Dr. Seabrook as I Knew Him, by Helen Thomas Chick.

 

Folder 15

 

SCRAPBOOK MATERIALS.

 

Folder 15-1

 

E. E. Smith Monument Fund, 1935

 

Folder 15-2

 

Prof. J. W. Seabrook, Prominent Educator.

 

Folder 16

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.

 

Folder 16-1

 

Board of Trustees of Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 16-2

 

Dr. James Ward Seabrook at State Normal School, Now Fayetteville State University.

 

Folder 16-3

 

Dr. James Ward Seabrook, as an Educator as I Know Him.

 

Folder 16-4

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 16-5

 

Ella Louise Murphy - Origin and Development of Fayetteville State Teachers College, 1867-1959.

 

Folder 16-6

 

Personal Data - Dr. James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 16-7

 

Long-Time Educator Named Commissioner - Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 16-8

 

Personal Date: Dr. James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 16-9

 

James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 16-10

 

History of Fayetteville State Teachers College by Mamie Wilkerson.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 4:

     
 

Folder 1

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/JAMES WARD SEABROOK

 

Folder 1-1

 

(Nothing in Folder)

 

Folder 2

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Speech by J. W. Seabrook - "County of the Year Award" - to (Sampson County) - Clinton, NC - February 17, 1955.

 

Folder 2-2

 

Talk at the "Presentation of the Clarence Poe Award" to (Sampson County) - Clinton, NC - February 17, 1955.

 

Folder 2-3

 

Talk at the "Presentation of the Clarence Poe Award" to (Sampson County) - Clinton, NC - February 17, 1955.

 

Folder 2-4

 

Speech by J. W. Seabrook - "County of the Year Award" - to (Sampson County) - Clinton, NC - February 17, 1955.

 

Folder 2-5

 

Notes for Speech Dedication Ferguson School.

 

Folder 2-6

 

Speech by J. W. Seabrook at Dedication of Ferguson School - September 6, 1964.

 

Folder 2-7

 

Speech by J. W. Seabrook at Dedication of Ferguson School - September 5, 1964.

 

Folder 2-8

 

Eastern Division, N.C. Teachers Association - Goldsboro, N.C. - on November 16, 1946.

 

Folder 2-9

 

Speech prepared for the Workshop of the N.C. Division of the American Association of University Women - Raleigh, N.C. - May 21, 1955.

 

Folder 2-10

 

Speech prepared for the Workshop of the N.C. Division of the American Association of University Women - Raleigh, N.C. - May 21, 1955.

 

Folder 2-11

 

Wilson American Legion Speech at St. John A. M. E. Z. Church, November 12, 1950.

 

Folder 2-12

 

The Supreme Court Decision of May 17, 1954 as viewed by a North Carolina Negro.

 

Folder 3

 

RESEARCH NOTES FOR SPEECHES.

 

Folder 3-1

 

Chapel Assembly - Fayetteville S.T.C. - September 30, 1957 - Shakespeare: "There is A Tide in the Affairs of Men, etc...".

 

Folder 3-2

 

Alumni Speech - Notes - June 1, 1957.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Talk to Freshmen - Opening for School - September 11, 1953.

 

Folder 3-4

 

Founders Day - Saturday, April 11, 1953 - 2:30 P.M.

 

Folder 3-5

 

F.S.T.C. Assembly - Wednesday, October 11, 1961.

 

Folder 4

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES

 

Folder 4-1

 

Notes for the Rowland Speech.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Ideas for Speeches.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Ideas for Speeches.

 

Folder 4-4

 

Ideas for Speeches, Y.M.C.A. - Charlotte, NC - 1956-57.

 

Folder 4-5

 

Notes for 4-H Club Speech - Greensboro, N.C. - 10:15 A.M.

 

Folder 5

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 5-1

 

The Aristocrats in a Democracy, By J. Ward Seabrook, President Emeritus.

 

Folder 5-2

 

The Aristocrats in a Democracy, By J. Ward Seabrook, President Emeritus.

 

Folder 5-3

 

Poem.

 

Folder 5-4

 

The Aristocrats in a Democracy, By J. Ward Seabrook, .

 

Folder 5-5

 

Poems for "Aristocrat in a Democracy".

 

Folder 5-6

 

The Aristocrat in a Democracy.

 

Folder 6

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES

 

Folder 6-1

 

Some Observations Concerning the Supreme Court Decision of May 17, 1954.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Some Observations Concerning the Supreme Court Decision of May 17, 1954.

 

Folder 7

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 7-1

 

The Supreme Court Decision of May 17, 1954, as Viewed by A North Carolina Negro.

 

Folder 8

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 8-1

 

Lincoln Academy - Kings Mt. - April 19, 1940.

 

Folder 8-2

 

The Supreme Court Decision of May 17, 1954 as Viewed by A North Carolina Negro.

 

Folder 8-3

 

The North Carolina Negro Views His Home State, by J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 8-4

 

Problem and Task of the Teacher and Clergyman.

 

Folder 8-5

 

Barber Scotia Index - March 1960 - Founders Day Issue.

 

Folder 8-6

 

Alphabet of Success - Elizabethtown - Bladen County Training School, December 10, 1954.

 

Folder 8-7

 

Talk at Chapel - First for 1944-45.

 

Folder 8-8

 

Talk at Chapel - First for 1944-45.

 

Folder 8-9

 

A Fair and Reasonable Request Presented to the General Assembly of North Carolina by the Negro Teachers in North Carolina, February 1943.

 

Folder 8-10

 

Speech in Chapel - "Its Up to You" - November 15, 1943.

 

Folder 9

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 9-1

 

Notes for Talk at Banquet Honoring Dr. Francis L. Atkins - Winston-Salem - North Carolina, October 13, 1962.

 

Folder 10

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 10-1

 

Speech Prepared for the Workshop of the N.C. Division of the American Association of University Women - Raleigh, North Carolina - May 22, 1955.

 

Folder 11

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 11-1

 

Negro Civic Club - February 19, 1944.

 

Folder 11-2

 

N.E. District - Washington, North Carolina.

 

Folder 11-3

 

Graham Speech.

 

Folder 12

 

UNDATED MATERIAL.

 

Folder 12-1

 

The Common Man.

 

Folder 12-2

 

Speech Notes..., First Chapel Talk.

 

Folder 12-3

 

The North Carolina Negro Views, His Home State, by J.W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 12-4

 

Problem and Task of the Teacher and Clergyman.

 

Folder 12-5

 

Notes for Talk at Hay Street - (Human Relations).

 

Folder 12-6

 

Speech Notes - ("Kinds of People").

 

Folder 12-7

 

Shackled, Bound Together - (Race Relations).

 

Folder 12-8

 

Problem and Task of the Teacher and Clergyman.

 

Folder 12-9

 

Presenting Mrs. Nannie Louise Goode Smith.

 

Folder 12-10

 

Face Facts About Ourselves.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 5:

     
 

Folder 1

 

PRINTED MATERIAL, CLIPPINGS AND POEMS.

 

Folder 1-1

 

Poem - "Mind Set"

 

Folder 1-2

 

Poem - "The Measure of A Man"

 

Folder 1-3

 

Clippings - Six Guiding Principles and Treasure Chest.

 

Folder 1-4

 

Printed Material - Dr. Karl A. Menniger, The Human Mind.

 

Folder 1-5

 

Clippings (Poems) - "The Builder" and "Man Making".

 

Folder 1-6

 

Printed Material - Poems.

 

Folder 1-7

 

Poems.

 

Folder 1-8

 

Printed Material.

 

Folder 1-9

 

Poems - "Today's Joy Today", "The Coming American", and "Ingersoll".

 

Folder 1-10

 

Printed Material - "A Game Guy's Prayer".

 

Folder 1-11

 

Poem - "Press On".

 

Folder 1-12

 

Poem - "Immortality".

 

Folder 1-13

 

Poems - "When Progress Rides Her Chariot High" and "My Life".

 

Folder 1-14

 

Poem - "Immortality".

 

Folder 1-15

 

Poems - "These Things I like", and "To Every Soul".

 

Folder 1-16

 

Buffer Card - Omegas - Rock Mount - "Manhood" - March 8, 1964.

 

Folder 1-17

 

Quotation from Ruskin and Poems.

 

Folder 1-18

 

Poem - "Me Too" Department.

 

Folder 1-19

 

Poems - "The Winds of Fate" and "To Every Soul".

 

Folder 1-20

 

Poem - "The Sum of Living"

 

Folder 1-21

 

Poems - "A Summer Creed", "Kind Words", and "America's Making".

 

Folder 1-22

 

Poems - "Prayer for Christmas" and Others.

 

Folder 1-23

 

"Selfishness".

 

Folder 1-24

 

"The Day of the Child" and "Vision".

 

Folder 1-25

 

Grit Your Teeth.  Hold Your Head Up and Carry-on.

 

Folder 1-26

 

"Today's Joy Today".

 

Folder 1-27

 

"The Uncommon Man".

 

Folder 1-28

 

Poem.

 

Folder 1-29

 

Jim Crow Car.

 

Folder 1-30

 

Grit Your Teeth. Hold Your Head Up and Carry-on.

 

Folder 1-31

 

Poems for Aristocrat in Democracy.

 

Folder 2

 

LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, SPEECHES AT CHURCHES.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Evans Metropolitan Church, Sunday - One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding by Henry Evans - October 7, 1951.

 

Folder 2-2

 

Speech - Men's Day ... Effort to Raise Money for Pipe Organ - Clinton, N.C. - April 8, 1945.

 

Folder 2-3

 

Speeches - Mt. Sinai - June 14, 1941. Friendship Baptist Church - October 29, 1950. First Baptist Church - October 14, 1956.

 

Folder 2-4

 

Speech - St. Paul's Church - Raleigh, N.C. - January 27, 1957.

 

Folder 2-5

 

Presbyterian Youth Conference - "Your After-self" - June 26, 1950.

 

Folder 2-6

 

Speech - Cheery Baptist Church - "What Do You See".

 

Folder 2-7

 

Speech - Charlotte (Johnson C. Smith University) - (buffer: "Moses My Servant is Dead"; Speak to the Children - November 26, 1956.

 

Folder 2-8

 

Speech - Youth in Search of Happiness - Delivered at Wilson, North Carolina and at Presbyterian Meeting at Fayetteville, North Carolina - August 13, 1936.

 

Folder 3

 

SPEECHES AT COLLEGES.

 

Folder 3-1

 

Commencement Speech - Florida Normal and Institute, St. Aug., Florida - May 31, 1948

 

Folder 3-2

 

Spoke at North Carolina College, Shaw University, Johnson C. Smith, and Fayetteville State Teachers College, 1949.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Virginia State Honors Day Speech - "The Fifth Freedom" - October 10, 1953.

 

Folder 3-4

 

Shaw University, November 3, 1940.

 

Folder 4

 

SPEECH AT FAYETTEVILLE STATE.

 

Folder 4-1

 

Talk at Chapel. First for 1944-45.

 

Folder 5

 

SPEECHES/MILITARY.

 

Folder 5-1

 

Third Anniversary of Negro Marines - Montfort Point, Camp LeJeune - August 26, 1945.

 

Folder 5-2

 

Dedication of the U.S.O. - Jacksonville, North Carolina - January 10, 1953.

 

Folder 5-3

 

Armistice Day Speech - Clinton, North Carolina - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 5-4

 

Speech.

 

Folder 6

 

DR. JAMES WARD SEABROOK - CONFERENCE ON RACE RELATIONS - DURHAM, N.C. - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 6-1

 

Dr. James Ward Seabrook - Conference on Race Relations - Durham, N.C. - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 7

 

SPEECHES/RACE RELATIONS.

 

Folder 7-1

 

Interracial Meeting/Interracial Commission - Elizabeth City, North Carolina - October 14, 1940.

 

Folder 8

 

SPEECHES/RACE RELATIONS.

 

Folder 8-1

 

Speech for Young Folks - Hay Street Methodist Church - February 26, 1956.

 

Folder 8-2

 

Speech on Race Relations - Highland Presbyterian Church - November 3, 1947.

 

Folder 8-3

 

Speech Notes - LaFayette Presbyterian Church - January 6, 1955 and February 6, 1955.

 

Folder 9

 

SPEECHES AT HIGH SCHOOLS

 

Folder 9-1

 

Easter Speech - Asheboro High School - Mr. Newberry, Principal - March 26, 1964

 

Folder 9-2

 

"Your After-self" - High School Commencement - Raleigh, North Carolina- May, 1945.

 

Folder 10

 

SPEECHES/RACE RELATIONS.

 

Folder 10-1

 

Speech Material - Interracial or Negro Soldiers - November 9, 1958.

 

Folder 10-2

 

Continued Complacency May Become Dangerous to North Carolina Whites - Raleigh Times - October 14, 1946.

 

Folder 10-3

 

Negro Civic Club - Wilson, N.C. - February 19, 1944.

 

Folder 10-4

 

Race Relations - Durham, N.C. - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 10-5

 

Conference on Race Relations - Durham, North Carolina - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 10-6

 

Interracial Meeting - Elizabeth City - October 14, 1940.

 

Folder 10-7

 

Some Questions on Attitudes Underlying Racial Discriminations.

 

Folder 11

 

SPEECHES/QUOTATIONS.

 

Folder 11-1

 

Memorial Day Address - Jacksonville U.S.O.

 

Folder 11-2

 

Ideals, Who's Discouraged (Abraham Lincoln). Notes on AB.

 

Folder 11-3

 

Notes on ABS of Success - October 1965.

 

Folder 11-4

 

What is A Teacher?

 

Folder 11-5

 

Quotations - Dr. Osler and William James.

 

Folder 11-6

 

Quotation from Ruskin - Read by J. St. Clair Price, NEA - September 1944.

 

Folder 11-7

 

Quotations for Commencement Speech.

 

Folder 11-8

 

Newspaper Clipping - Fruit of College.

 

Folder 11-9

 

Quotations - Public Opinion by Abraham Lincoln and the New Negro, by J.E. McCall.

 

Folder 11-10

 

See Newspaper Clipped to Thesaurus of Anecdotes, also Jokes inside exp. "Dinking".

 

Folder 11-11

 

Channing H. Tobias -- "If You Discriminate Against Me".

 

Folder 11-12

 

Jokes.

 

Folder 12

 

SPEECHES AT HIGH SCHOOLS.

 

Folder 12-1

 

Speech - Price High School (Commencement) - Salisbury, N.C. - June 3, 1960, and Palmer Memorial Institute - Sedalia, N.C. - March 12, 1961.

 

Folder 12-2

 

Salisbury - Price High School - June 3, 1960.

 

Folder 12-3

 

Dedication of the John W. Ligon High School - Raleigh, N.C. - November 8, 1953.

 

Folder 12-4

 

Raleigh - Ligon High School.

 

Folder 12-5

 

Raleigh - Ligon High School - "They".

 

Folder 12-6

 

High School Commencement - Warrenton, N.C. - May 24, 1951. "How Do You Know and How Do People Know That You are Educated?"

 

Folder 12-7

 

Correspondence - Johnston County Training School - Smithfield, N.C. - February 6, 1952.

 

Folder 12-8

 

Exceptional Children - Hargrove High School - November 17, 1960.

 

Folder 12-9

 

High School Commencement Speech - Laurinburg, N.C. - June 2, 1966.

 

Folder 12-10

 

Speech - Hi-Y Olders Boys Conference - E. E. Smith High School - April 20, 1951 - "Facing A New Era in Human Relationships".

 

Folder 12-11

 

Speech - Lillington - May 28, 1958 - "How Can People Tell You are Educated?" - Hargrove High School - Clinton, May 29, 1958.

 

Folder 12-12

 

Marton - May 12, 1940.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 6:

     
 

Folder 1

 

RESEARCH NOTES FOR SPEECHES.

 

Folder 1-1

 

Notes for Speech at Clinton - American Legion - June 7, 1964.

 

Folder 1-2

 

Alphabet of Success - Elizabethtown, Bladen Co. Training School - December 10, 1954.

 

Folder 1-3

 

Poems - Primarily for Rev. Well's Church - Cherry Baptist - February 3, 1957.

 

Folder 1-4

 

Notes for Speeches - Saturday - March 5, 1955.

 

Folder 1-5

 

Notes for Whiteville - Men's Day - Presbyterian Church.

 

Folder 1-6

 

Requests of Negro Institutions of North Carolina to Advisory Budget Commission - August 3, 1938.

 

Folder 1-7

 

Cap and Gown Day - Fayetteville State - April 24, 1939.

 

Folder 1-8

 

List of Recommended Instructors and Employees - (1940-41).

 

Folder 1-9

 

Speech - National Alumni - April 3, 1959

 

Folder 1-10

 

Speech - Fayetteville State Teachers College - March 15, 1961.

 

Folder 1-11

 

Jokes - Rose Hill - November 2, 1962 - Mr. Maynor.

 

Folder 1-12

 

Quotations and Speech - Honoring F. L. Atkins - October 13, 1962.

 

Folder 1-13

 

The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived by Phillips Brooks.

 

Folder 1-14

 

Persons We Meet.

 

Folder 1-15

 

Sheet IV. - Warrenton, Emancipation - January 1, 1944.

 

Folder 1-16

 

Notes for Speeches - June 1956.

 

Folder 2

 

RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Auto Speech - Order of Points.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Poems and Quotations.

 

Folder 2-3

 

Criticisms of Democracy - J. W. Seabrook - State Teachers College.

 

Folder 3

 

RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 3-1

 

Speech on Race Relation - July 11, 1944

 

Folder 3-2

 

Dr. Seabrook Appointed to State Council.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Speech on Race Relation - Rotary Club - November 22, 1948.

 

Folder 3-4

 

New Berne Emancipation Address - January 1, 1934.

 

Folder 3-5

 

Shaw University - October 8, 1933 - Vespers.

 

Folder 3-6

 

Fayetteville Observer - To the Editor - Gov. Sanford's Speech.

 

Folder 3-7

 

Chapel First Meeting - Sunday - C. Hawkins Brown Vespers - September 18, 1953.

 

Folder 3-8

 

Notes for Talk at Clinton, Sampson County Prize Winning.

 

Folder 3-9

 

Notes for Speech.

 

Folder 3-10

 

Speech Notes - March 26, 1946.

 

Folder 3-11

 

Speech Notes - April 29, 1949.

 

Folder 3-12

 

Omega - Wanted, Problem of Cities - Laurinburg - November 12, 1967.

 

Folder 3-13

 

Dedication of U.S.O. - Kinston - April 30, 1944.

 

Folder 3-14

 

Saturday Evening Post - Criticism of Activity Movement.

 

Folder 3-15

 

Temporary Address - Johnson C. Smith University - Charlotte, NC.

 

Folder 3-16

 

"Looking and Seeing".

 

Folder 3-17

 

Notes for Speech.

 

Folder 4

 

JAMES WARD SEABROOK - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 4-1

 

Persons We Meet or Types of Persons We Meet.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Quotation from Pre-Holiday Talk, by Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Notes for Talk at Clinton, Sampson county Prize Winning.

 

Folder 5

 

JAMES WARD SEABROOK - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 5-1

 

Notes for Speeches, Jokes.

 

Folder 5-2

 

Report Written by William Anthony Aery - Director of the School of Education of Hampton Institute.

 

Folder 6

 

JAMES WARD SEABROOK - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 6-1

 

"Educational Administration and Supervision" - January 1946.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Highland Presbyterian Church - Fayetteville - Rev. S.E. Howie - November 3, 1947.

 

Folder 6-3

 

Dr. Seabrook spoke at Chapel, Subject: "Viewing and Seeing Life". Text: "We Should Learn to See Life Steadily and See it Whole". William James.

 

Folder 6-4

 

Speech... "Looking and Seeing".

 

Folder 6-5

 

Speech Notes.

 

Folder 6-6

 

Vote for Auditorium - Talk to Faculty - January 1964.

 

Folder 6-7

 

Notes for Alumni Talk - June 1, 1957.

 

Folder 6-8

 

Room at the Top. Perhaps Useful for Wilmington. Poems.

 

Folder 6-9

 

Poems and Quotations

 

Folder 6-10

 

Quotation from Ruskin - NEP - September 1944.

 

Folder 6-11

 

Poems for Speeches - April 19, 1953.

 

Folder 6-12

 

Speech Notes - October 17, 1945.

 

Folder 6-13

 

Speech Notes - October 1946.

 

Folder 6-14

 

Speech Material - Tobias - Judge Winston - Race Relations.

 

Folder 6-15

 

Speech Material and Notes - March 28, 1954.

 

Folder 6-16

 

American Legion - Fayetteville - November 9, 1947.

 

Folder 6-17

 

Poems and Quotations.

 

Folder 6-18

 

Speech Material - Interracial or Negro Soldiers.

 

Folder 6-19

 

Speeches - Wilson and Raleigh and Pine Tops.

 

Folder 6-20

 

Speech Material - Goldsboro - November 1946.

 

Folder 6-21

 

Speech Material - Clinton - May 2, 1929.

 

Folder 6-22

 

Speech Materials and Notes - March 28, 1954.

 

Folder 6-23

 

Summer School - Chapel - June 24, 1943.

 

Folder 6-24

 

Dedication - Scurlock School - Raeford, N.C. - Tribute to Mr. Scurlock and Wife - February 23, 1961.

 

Folder 6-25

 

Lincoln Academy - Kings Mountain - Jokes - April 19, 1940.

 

Folder 6-26

 

Vote for Auditorium Bonds. Talk to First Faculty Meeting - January 1964.

 

Folder 6-27

 

Speech at Opening of College - Perhaps in 1943 - September - "What is Democracy?"

 

Folder 6-28

 

Speech Notes - May 8, 1948.

 

Folder 6-29

 

Speech Material.

 

Folder 6-30

 

YMCA - First Baptist Church - Charlotte - December 4, 1949. Boy Scouts - Kinston - December 8, 1949.

 

Folder 6-31

 

Speech Notes - October 14, 1954.

 

Folder 6-32

 

Notes on ABC of Success - October 1965. Poems.

 

Folder 6-33

 

Part of Commencement Address - Wilmington.

 

Folder 6-34

 

Part of Speech and Poem - J. W. Seabrook - State Teachers College - Fayetteville, N.C.

 

Folder 6-35

 

Research Notes.

 

Folder 6-36

 

Buffer Card - Maxton and Oxford Speech.

 

Folder 6-37

 

Durham Speech.

 

Folder 6-38

 

Memorial Service - Omega Psi Phi - Rocky Mount - March 8, 1961.

 

Folder 6-39

 

Welcome to Assoc. Student Teaching - April 27, 1957.

 

Folder 6-40

 

Business Talk - Clinton, N.C. - April 27, 1961.

 

Folder 6-41

 

Addenda to "Aristocrat in a Democracy".

 

Folder 6-42

 

Youth Conference.

 

Folder 6-43

 

Discontent - by Phillips Brooks.

 

Folder 6-44

 

Notes.

 

Folder 7

 

JAMES WARD SEABROOK - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 7-1

 

Founders Day Speech - Elizabeth City - March 1946. Baccalaureate - Maxton - May 12, 1940.

 

Folder 7-2

 

Speech Notes - January 22, 1959.

 

Folder 8

 

JAMES WARD SEABROOK - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, RESEARCH NOTES/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 8-1

 

Williamston Speech - March 28, 1952.

 

Folder 8-2

 

Greenville - County Wide Meeting - December 3, 1938.

 

Folder 8-3

 

Goldsboro Negro Conference - Community Center - August 18, 1944.

 

Folder 8-4

 

Business Talk - Clinton, N.C. - April 27, 1961.

 

Folder 8-5

 

Speech - Sampson County.

 

Folder 8-6

 

Clinton Business Meeting, Thursday - April 27, 1961.

 

Folder 8-7

 

NCTA - Grammar Grade Section - F.S.T.C. - November 17, 1961.

 

Folder 8-8

 

Greetings to N.C.T.A. - Friday Night - April 12 - 7:30 PM - Owens Auditorium.

 

Folder 8-9

 

Greensboro - 4-H Clubs - July 24, 1951.

 

Folder 8-10

 

Speech Materials.

 

Folder 8-11

 

Speech Materials.

 

Folder 8-12

 

Crown and Scepter Club - St. Augustine - Raleigh, N.C.

 

Folder 8-13

 

American Legion - Winston-Salem - N.C. - June 27, 1938.

 

Folder 8-14

 

Thoughts for Older Boys Conference, Hi-Y, E. E. Smith High School - Fayetteville, N.C.

 

Folder 8-15

 

American Legion - Salisbury - N.C. - May 17, 1936.

 

Folder 8-16

 

Poem - "Room at the Top".

 

Folder 8-17

 

Civic Club - Lumberton, N.C. - January 18. 1954

 

Folder 8-18

 

Dedication Exercises of the Poplar Street Y.M.C.A. - U. S. O. Club.

 

Folder 8-19

 

Speech Notes.

 

Folder 8-20

 

Speech Notes (Clippings).

 

Folder 8-21

 

Clippings - Speech Materials.

 

Folder 8-22

 

Suggested Salary Scale for North Carolina Negro Teachers Colleges - July 31, 1944...

 

Folder 8-23

 

Jim Crow Car - Clifford L. Miller.

 

Folder 8-24

 

Whites Continue Complacency May Become Dangerous to North Carolina - Raleigh Times - October 14, 1946.

 

Folder 8-25

 

Finances - Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1944.

 

Folder 8-26

 

Goldsboro Negro Conference - Community Center - August 18, 1944

 

Folder 8-27

 

Notes for Speech.

 

Folder 8-28

 

Poems.

 

Folder 8-29

 

Buffer Card - Gastonia - Public Opinion - April 1940.

 

Folder 8-30

 

Mt. Zion M. E. Church Near Red Springs - June 20, 1943. Tributes to Rev. Beverly Brown and Bishop A.P. Shaw.

 

Folder 8-31

 

Poems - Lincolnton, N.C. - May 14, 1957.

 

Folder 8-32

 

Smithfield - Johnston Company - February 18, 1952.

 

Folder 8-33

 

Research Notes for Speech - October 20, 1965.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 7:

     
 

Folder 1

 

LEGAL DOCUMENTS - (XEROGRAPHIC COPIES BY NORTH CAROLINA STATE ARCHIVES - for Gertha Gibson - 1986).

 

Folder 1-1

 

Brief - Explaining Request for Appropriations - Biennium 1943-45.

 

Folder 1-2

 

Correspondence - Alumni Association of this College - January 22, 1947.

 

Folder 1-3

 

Correspondence - Appropriations for Fayetteville State Teachers College - January 18, 1947.

 

Folder 1-4

 

Correspondence - Appropriations for Fayetteville State Teachers College - January 27, 1947.

 

Folder 1-5

 

Correspondence - January 24, 1947.

 

Folder 1-6

 

Correspondence - March 18, 1947.

 

Folder 1-7

 

Correspondence - February 21, 1947.

 

Folder 1-8

 

Correspondence - June 14, 1943.

 

Folder 1-9

 

Correspondence - June 29, 1943.

 

Folder 1-10

 

Correspondence - Copy to Members of the State Board of Education - June 24, 1954.

 

Folder 1-11.

 

Correspondence - Copy to Members of the State Board of Education - August 10, 1954.

 

Folder 1-12

 

Past Presidents - Seven of the Past Presidents of the North Carolina Teachers Association - (The News and Observer.

 

Folder 1-13

 

Advisory Committee on Segregation.

 

Folder 1-14

 

Governor's State-Wide Press Conference - Segregation Issue - March 4, 1955.

 

Folder 1-15

 

Advisory Committee on Education - July 7, 1955.

 

Folder 1-16

 

Special Advisory Committee - January 13, 1955.

 

Folder 1-17

 

Resolution No. 29 - April 8, 1955.

 

Folder 1-18

 

School Segregation. (Grants for Education).

 

Folder 1-19

 

House Bill No. 45 - March 10, 1954.

 

Folder 1-20

 

Correspondence - Study of the State's Educational Problems July 8, 1955.

 

Folder 1-21

 

Correspondence - July 8, 1955.

 

Folder 1-22

 

Correspondence - To Honorable Luther H. Hodges - Governor of North Carolina - July 6, 1955.

 

Folder 1-23

 

The School Segregation Problem - A Possible Legislative Approach.

 

Folder 1-24

 

Legislative Recommendations of North Carolina Advisory Committee on Education.

 

Folder 1-25

 

Correspondence - Segregation, Advisory Committee on Education - July 2, 1958.

 

Folder 1-26

 

School Plan Approval urged by State Board - (from the Atlanta Journal) - September 29, 1954.

 

Folder 1-27

 

The Governor's Special Advisory Committee on Education - October 6, 1954.

 

Folder 1-28

 

A Story of Injustice, Inhumanity and Neglect on the Part of our White People.

 

Folder 1-29

 

A Statement by Governor William B. Umstead - May 27, 1954.

 

Folder 1-30

 

Durham - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 1-31

 

Fayetteville State Teachers College - Date of Inspection - May 2, 1945.

 

Folder 1-32

 

Correspondence - January 28, 1947.

 

Folder 1-33

 

Nineteenth Annual Report on the Presbyterian Board. Mission for Freeman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1884.

 

Folder 1-34

 

Home Mission - Ninety-Eighth Annual Report for the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church - May 17, 1900.

 

Folder 1-35

 

Proceedings of the Fifty-Third Annual Meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools - Memphis, Tennessee - December 1948.

 

Folder 1-36

 

Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America - 1877.

 

Folder 1-37

 

Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church With Appendix - 1900.

 

Folder 1-38

 

Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church With Appendix - 1866.

 

Folder 1-39

 

Class Roster - 1905, 1906, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1912 and 1913.

 

Folder 1-40

 

Home Missions - Ninety-Sixth Annual Report of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church - 1898.

 

Folder 1-41

 

Mother Seabrook, One Century Young - Durham Herald - May 25, 1961.

 

Folder 2

 

SCRAPBOOKS AND SCRAPBOOK MATERIAL/SPEECHES.

 

Folder 2-1

 

Scrapbook Material.

 

Folder 2-2

 

Scrapbook Material.

 

Folder 2-3

 

Fayetteville State College - 1968 Football Schedule.

 

Folder 2-4

 

Chaplain Thomas Parham.

 

Folder 2-5

 

Omega Honorees - The Pittsburgh Courier - November 1953.

 

Folder 2-6

 

Brother Seabrook Honored for 20 Years of Service.

 

Folder 2-7

 

Problems to be Studied by the Commission on Negro Education.

 

Folder 2-8

 

Teachers (North Carolina).

 

Folder 3

 

MAPS,  CHARTS, GRAPHS, LISTS...

 

Folder 3-1

 

(Nothing in Folder)

 

Folder 4

 

ROLE WITH TRUSTEES.

 

Folder 4-1

 

Correspondence - Re-appointment.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Correspondence - Invitation.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Correspondence - Negro Education in North Carolina.

 

Folder 4-4

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-5

 

Correspondence - The Board of Trustees.

 

Folder 4-6

 

Correspondence - Joint Hearing.

 

Folder 4-7

 

Correspondence - Board of Trustees of the Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 4-8

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-9

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-10

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-11

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-12

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-13

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 4-14

 

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - May 28, 1941.

 

Folder 4-15

 

Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees - January 15, 1941.

 

Folder 4-16

 

Packing Slip for Gertha Gibson.

 

Folder 4-17

 

Strong Kinship Bonds.

 

Folder 4-18

 

New Directions for Teaching and Learning.

 

Folder 5

   
 

Folder 5-1

 

Goldsboro Negro Conference - August 18, 1944.

 

Folder 5-2

 

Index.

 

Folder 5-3

 

Leadership as Carisation.

 

Folder 5-4

 

Notes on Proceedings of Conference held in State Department Building - March 17, 1932.

 

Folder 5-5

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-6

 

Committee of Nine to Study in Detail the Report of the Survey of Dr. W. C. Bagley and Dr. Arthur J. Klein.

 

Folder 5-7

 

Seabrook and His Move to Fayetteville Normal School - 1922-1933.

 

Folder 5-8

 

Editorial Comment - Accrediting of Negro Schools and Colleges - 1929-1952

 

Folder 5-9

 

Editorial Comment - Reorganization of Accreditation - Procedure.

 

Folder 5-10

 

Editorial Comment - Doctor J. Henry Highsmith.

 

Folder 5-11

 

Notes for Conference on Colleges.

 

Folder 5-12

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-13

 

Correspondence - 24th Institution.

 

Folder 5-14

 

Members of Commission to Study Negro Education.

 

Folder 5-15

 

Correspondence - Invitation to make the Commencement Address.

 

Folder 5-16

 

Correspondence - Accreditation.

 

Folder 5-17

 

North Carolina Teachers Record.

 

Folder 5-18

 

Report of Visit to Elizabeth City - July 31, 1923.

 

Folder 5-19

 

Program of the Golden Anniversary of the North Carolina Negro Teachers Association.

 

Folder 5-20

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-21

 

Reports - Administrative Problems in the Denominational Colleges.

 

Folder 5-22

 

North Carolina Teachers' Record.

 

Folder 5-23

 

Negro High Schools.

 

Folder 5-24

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-25

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-26

 

Form Letter.

 

Folder 5-27

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-28

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-29

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-30

 

Principal's Annual High School Report for the Year 1924-25.

 

Folder 5-31

 

Principal's Annual High School Report for the Year 1927-28.

 

Folder 5-32

 

Correspondence - Opening of Two New Buildings - A Dormitory for Girls, and an Elementary Training School.

 

Folder 5-33

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-34

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 5-35

 

Memorandum - Registrar - 1928.

 

Folder 5-36

 

Summary of Number of Credits Received - Marie Bradshaw - 1924-1925.

 

Folder 6

   
 

Folder 6-1

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1953-55.

 

Folder 6-2

 

Chapter 1248 - 1949.

 

Folder 6-3

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1951-53.

 

Folder 6-4

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1949-51.

 

Folder 6-5

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1947-49.

 

Folder 6-6

 

Chapter 2 - 1945.

 

Folder 6-7

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1941-43.

 

Folder 6-8

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1939-41.

 

Folder 6-9

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1937-39.

 

Folder 6-10

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1929-31 and Biennium 1931-33.

 

Folder 6-11

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1929-33.

 

Folder 6-12

 

Institutional Budgets - Fayetteville State Normal School - 1926-29.

 

Folder 6-13

 

Institutional budgets - Fayetteville State Normal School - 1927-31.

 

Folder 6-14

 

Estimates of the Amounts Required for the Biennium 1935-37.

 

Folder 6-15

 

Session Laws - 1955

 

Folder 6-16

 

Session Laws - 1953.

 

Folder 6-17

 

Department of the Interior Census Office - Compendium of the Eleventh Census: 1890.

 

Folder 6-18

 

Structures at Normal School.

 

Folder 6-19

 

Receipts from F.J. Rogers.

 

Folder 6-20

 

Educational Institutions - Chapter 50-0 - (1947).

 

Folder 6-21

 

Session Laws - 1951.

 

Folder 7

   
 

Folder 7-1

 

Annual Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - July 17, 1947.

 

Folder 7-2

 

Annual Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - July 17, 1951.

 

Folder 7-3

 

Annual Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - July 14, 1954.

 

Folder 7-4

 

Speech - Shaw University - November 3, 1949.

 

Folder 7-5

 

Speech - Opening of College - September 1943.

 

Folder 7-6

 

Cards - Notes on ABC of Success - October 1965.

 

Folder 7-7

 

Notes for Speech.

 

Folder 7-8

 

Minutes of Annual Meeting - Fayetteville State Teachers College - July 12, 1946.

 

Folder 7-9

 

Jim Crow Car.

 

Folder 7-10

 

Salaries for 1934-35.

 

Folder 7-11

 

Report of visit to Fayetteville Normal School - July 6, 1923.

 

Folder 7-12

 

Fayetteville State Teachers College Report - March 19, 1939.

 

Folder 7-13

 

Fayetteville State Teachers College Brief Presented to the Joint Committee on Appropriations of the Session of the General Assembly - January 27, 1949.

 

Folder 7-14

 

Meeting of the Board - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 7-15

 

Exhibit "A", Proposed Permanent Improvement Program for Post-War Period 1945-47.

 

Folder 7-16

 

Resolution for Veterans' Educational Facilities Program.

 

Folder 7-17

 

Brief - Explaining Request for Appropriation, Biennium - 1947-49.

 

Folder 7-18

 

Annual Report of the President - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 7-19

 

Suggested Salary Schedule

 

Folder 7-20

 

F.S.T.C. Annual Report - July 24, 1945.

 

Folder 7-21

 

Scholastic Records of Faculty Members.

 

Folder 8

   
 

Folder 8-1

 

Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Field Offices of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands - 1973.

 

Folder 8-2

 

N.Y.A. -  Negro Activities in North Carolina.

 

Folder 8-3

 

Student Aid - 1935.

 

Folder 8-4

 

Proceedings of the North Carolina Conference on the Problems of Out-of-School Negro Youth - January 31-February 4, 1940.

 

Folder 8-5

 

Student Aid Program - 1938-39.

 

Folder 8-6

 

Affidavit of College President.

 

Folder 8-7

 

Federal Works Agency (F.W.A.) Project List (Form E 504) as of August 31, 1944.

 

Folder 8-8

 

Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Office of Education.

 

Folder 8-9

 

Oxford Training Center.

 

Folder 8-10

 

The State Board of Education - Acting for the Fayetteville State Normal School.

 

Folder 8-11

 

Certified Copy of Resolution Fixing Minimum Wage Rates on Project.

 

Folder 8-12

 

Memorandum to the Board of Trustees - September 23, 1938.

 

Folder 8-13

 

Resolution - November 17, 1938.

 

Folder 8-14

 

Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction - 1880.

 

Folder 8-15

 

Financial Condition - F.S.T.C. - Fiscal Year 1939-40.

 

Folder 8-16

 

Annual Report of President - June 20, 1934.

 

Folder 8-17

 

North Carolina Public School Bulletin - October 1936.

 

Folder 8-18

 

Bids for Contract for Building of Library for State Normal School.

 

Folder 8-19

 

Financial Support.

 

Folder 8-20

 

Negro High Schools.

 

Folder 8-21

 

The Subjects with the Number in each for which June 1938 Negro Graduates have Prepared.

 

Folder 9

   
 

Folder 9-1

 

Minutes of Annual Meeting of the Trustees of State Normal School - July 12, 1937.

 

Folder 9-2

 

Resolution - Approved - May 11, 1937.

 

Folder 9-3

 

Meeting of the Building Committee - September 8, 1937.

 

Folder 9-4

 

Meeting of the Building Committee - October 8, 1937.

 

Folder 9-5

 

Minutes of the Building Committee - October 29, 1937.

 

Folder 9-6

 

Minutes of the Building Committee - March 18, 1937.

 

Folder 9-7

 

Minutes of the Building Committee - May 11, 1937.

 

Folder 9-8

 

Board of Trustees Meeting - Suggested Items and Agenda - October 29, 1937.

 

Folder 9-9

 

Inventory of Biology Department - 1938-39.

 

Folder 9-10

 

Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meeting - September 23, 1938.

 

Folder 9-11

 

Annual Report of the President- To The Board of Trustees - August 8, 1940.

 

Folder 9-12

 

Institutions of Higher Learning.

 

Folder 9-13

 

Annual Report of President to the Board of Trustees - June 20, 1934.

 

Folder 9-14

 

Elizabeth City State Teachers College - Inspection - May 11, 1945.

 

Folder 9-15

 

Enrollment in Classes - Spring Quarter - 1938-39.

 

Folder 9-16

 

List of Recommended Employees - With Suggested Salaries - 1934-1935.

 

Folder 9-17

 

Enrollment for 1933-34.

 

Folder 9-18

 

Annual Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - July 17, 1939.

 

Folder 9-19

 

Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees - Jan. 15, 1941.

 

Folder 9-20

 

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees - May 28, 1941.

 

Folder 9-21

 

Finances - June 30, 1944.

 

Folder 10

   
 

Folder 10-1

 

Commencement Exercises - Harbison College - Abbeville, S.C. - May 4, 1909.

 

Folder 10-2

 

Board of Missions for Freedmen.

 

Folder 10-3

 

History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina.

 

Folder 10-4

 

Negro Higher Education in the State of South Carolina.

 

Folder 10-5

 

37th Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedmen.

 

Folder 10-6

 

26th Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedmen.

 

Folder 10-7

 

Handbook of South Carolina - 1908.

 

Folder 10-8

 

Harbison College - Abbeville, S. C. - 1908-09.

 

Folder 10-9

 

Forty-First Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1906.

 

Folder 10-10

 

Forty-Second Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1907.

 

Folder 10-11

 

Forty-Fifth Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1910.

 

Folder 10-12

 

Thirty-Ninth Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1904.

 

Folder 10-13

 

38th Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedmen - May 1903.

 

Folder 10-14

 

35th Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedman of the Presbyterian Church - May 1900.

 

Folder 10-15

 

Fortieth Annual Report of the Board of Missions for Freedmen - May 1905.

 

Folder 10-16

 

Negro College for IRMO.

 

Folder 10-17

 

Harbison College - Destruction fo Ferguson Hall - Significant Correction.

 

Folder 10-18

 

Harbison College - Statement of Conditions which led to the Resignation of President Amos.

 

Folder 10-19

 

More from President of Harbison College.

 

Folder 10-20

 

The Foundation - Gammon Theological Seminary - First Quarter - 1955.

 

Folder 10-21

 

Minutes of the Forty -Seventh Annual Session of the North Carolina Negro Teachers' Association - November 1927.

 

Folder 11

   
 

Folder 11-1

 

Prof. J. W. Seabrook - Prominent Educator.

 

Folder 11-2

 

North Carolina Teachers Record.

 

Folder 11-3

 

Report of Committee on Resolutions.

 

Folder 11-4

 

New Frontiers in Education or An Expansion of the Old Frontiers.

 

Folder 11-5

 

N.C. Newbold: Interracial Statesman.

 

Folder 11-6

 

General Information - Historical Sketch - Winston-Salem State University.

 

Folder 11-7

 

Claflin University.

 

Folder 11-8

 

Order for Reproduction Services - To Gertha S. Gibson.

 

Folder 11-9

 

The Atlantic Beach Co., Inc. Stationary.

 

Folder 11-10

 

James Ward Seabrook - (1886-1951).

 

Folder 11-11

 

General Information - Claflin College.

 

Folder 11-12

 

Tribute to the Founders - Delivered by Nathalene R. Smith - April 13, 1975.

 

Folder 11-13

 

Fayetteville State University - 1939-55.

 

Folder 11-14

 

Seabrook - 1922-1933.

 

Folder 12

   
 

Folder 12-1

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 12-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Dr. Shepard is Vesper Speaker.

 

Folder 12-3

 

Newspaper Clipping - PTA Group Wins Cup.

 

Folder 12-4

 

Newspaper Clipping - Mother Bryant.

 

Folder 12-5

 

Newspaper Clipping - Students - Faculty Hear Distinguished Visitor.

 

Folder 12-6

 

Newspaper Clipping -Students, Faculty Hear Distinguished Visitor.

 

Folder 12-7

 

Newspaper Clipping - Distinguished Woman Leader.

 

Folder 13-1

 

U.S.O. Roll of Service - Volunteers who served Defenders of America in World War II - February 1942-March 1946.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

Box 8:

     
 

Folder 1

   
 

Folder 1-1

 

Summary of the Report of the Sub-Committee on the Negro School

Child of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection.

 

Folder 1-2

 

The White House Conference on Child Health and Protection.

 

Folder 1-3

 

From the Governor’s Office - News Release - August 4, 1954.

 

Folder 1-4

 

North Carolina Teachers Record - January 1935.

 

Folder 1-5

 

North Carolina Teachers Record - January 1932.

 

Folder 1-6

 

The Southern Frontier - March 1944.

 

Folder 1-7

 

State Normal School - Resolution.

 

Folder 1-8

 

Remarks by J. W. of Fayetteville, N.C. at the "County of the Year Award" to Sampson County, Clinton, North Carolina - February 17, 1955.

 

Folder 1-9

 

Materials and Suggestions for Governor Ehringhaus for Address - State Meeting - North Carolina on Interracial Cooperation - February 24, 1978.

 

Folder 1-10

 

Conference on Race Relations - July 11, 1944.

 

Folder 1-11

 

The Historical Development of Fayetteville State University by Viola Collier - Summer, 1974.

 

Folder 1-12

 

Fayetteville State University and the Fayetteville Observer - William I. Myers - February 24, 1978.

 

Folder 1-13

 

The North Carolina Teachers Record.

 

Folder 1-14

 

Speech Notes - May 8, 1948.

 

Folder 1-15

 

Interracial or Negro Soldiers (Speech Material).

 

Folder 1-16

 

YMCA - First Baptist Church - December 1949.

 

Folder 1-17

 

Speech Notes - April 29, 1949.

 

Folder 1-18

 

Wilson American Legion Speech - November 12, 1950.

 

Folder 1-19

 

Special Pages.

 

Folder 2

   
 

Folder 2-1

 

General Correspondence of the Director.

 

Folder 2-2

 

Role with Trustees.

 

Folder 2-3

 

Special Subject File.

 

Folder 2-4

 

Special Subject File.

 

Folder 2-5

 

General Correspondence of the Director.

 

Folder 2-6

 

General Information - History.

 

Folder 2-7

 

Historical Sketch.

 

Folder 2-8

 

Facts Concerning Fayetteville State Teachers College - March 19, 1939.

 

Folder 2-9

 

James Ward Seabrook - 1886-1951.

 

Folder 2-10

 

History of Fayetteville State University - 1921-1976.

 

Folder 2-11

 

James Ward Seabrook - Certificates.

 

Folder 2-12

 

Correspondence - To the Honorable R. Gregg Cherry - Governor of North Carolina.

 

Folder 2-13

 

Correspondence.

 

Folder 2-14

 

Correspondence - To Governor Cherry - Dec. 4, 1945.

 

Folder 2-15

 

Correspondence - To Governor Cherry.

 

Folder 2-16

 

Correspondence - To Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 2-17

 

Correspondence - Mr. John H. Cook - Dec. 11, 1946.

 

Folder 2-18

 

Correspondence - Honorable R. Gregg Cherry - Governor - December 12, 1946.

 

Folder 2-19

 

Correspondence - Mr. John H. Cook - December 16, 1946.

 

Folder 2-20

 

Correspondence - Honorable R. Gregg Cherry - January 18, 1947.

 

Folder 2-21

 

Correspondence - Mr. Alexander Barnes.

 

Folder 2-22

 

Correspondence - Honorable R. Gregg Cherry.

 

Folder 2-23

 

Correspondence - Honorable R. Gregg Cherry.

 

Folder 2-24

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 2-25

 

Correspondence - Dr. James E. Shepard.

 

Folder 2-26

 

Correspondence - Mr. Alexander Barnes.

 

Folder 2-27

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 2-28

 

Correspondence - Governor R. Gregg Cherry.

 

Folder 2-29

 

Correspondence - Dr. James E. Shepard.

 

Folder 2-30

 

Correspondence - Honorable Arch T. Allen.

 

Folder 2-31

 

Parish Register of St. James - Santee.

 

Folder 2-32

 

Correspondence - The Honorable J. M. Broughton - June 10, 1944.

 

Folder 2-33

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - June 29, 1943.

 

Folder 2-34

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - July 2, 1943.

 

Folder 2-35

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - January 19, 1943.

 

Folder 2-36

 

Correspondence - The Honorable J. Melville Broughton - Governor - February 7, 1943.

 

Folder 2-37

 

Correspondence - Dr. J. M. Gaston.

 

Folder 2-38

 

Correspondence - Mr. Orren H. Lull - (Mrs. Mary M. Bethune) - August 10, 1938.

 

Folder 2-39

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - May 18, 1937.

 

Folder 2-40

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - March 14, 1938.

 

Folder 2-41

 

Correspondence - Mr. Ladislas Szecsi - April 21, 1938.

 

Folder 2-42

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold - Director - Division of Negro Education - May 16, 1937.

 

Folder 2-43

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - April 6, 1937.

 

Folder 2-44

 

Correspondence - Dr. N.C. Newbold - October 5, 1935.

 

Folder 2-45

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - July 22, 1936.

 

Folder 2-46

 

Correspondence - Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus - November 24, 1936.

 

Folder 2-47

 

Report on findings made to the Division of Cooperation in Education and Race Relations.

 

Folder 2-48

 

Correspondence - Mr. H.L. Cook - October 27, 1937.

 

Folder 2-49

 

Correspondence - Gov. Clyde R. Hoey - May 19, 1937.

 

Folder 2-50

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold - February 10, 1936.

 

Folder 2-51

 

Division of Cooperation in Education and Race Relations - May 21, 1935.

 

Folder 2-52

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - Jan. 15, 1935.

 

Folder 2-53

 

Correspondence - Dr. David D. Smith - October 12, 1935.

 

Folder 2-54

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - May 21, 1934.

 

Folder 2-55

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold - June 14, 1934.

 

Folder 3

   
 

Folder 3-1

 

Progress in Negro Education.

 

Folder 3-2

 

Correspondence - To the Members of the Hammocks Beach Board.

 

Folder 3-3

 

Pictorial 1877-1962 - Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 3-4

 

State Colored Normal School - Summary of Enrollment.

 

Folder 3-5

 

Geographical Distribution of Students - 1943-44.

 

Folder 3-6

 

Permanent Improvement Funds.

 

Folder 3-7

 

Universities -Registration Totals - Graduates.

 

Folder 3-8

 

Correspondence - Mr. Alexander Barnes.

 

Folder 3-9

 

Extract taken from request of Fayetteville State Teachers.

 

Folder 3-10

 

Correspondence - Honorable R. Gregg Cherry.

 

Folder 3-11

 

Conference on Consolidation of Higher Institutions for Negroes.

 

Folder 3-12

 

Meetings - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.

 

Folder 3-13

 

Minutes of the Conference on Survey of Negro Colleges in North Carolina - June 5, 1931.

 

Folder 3-14

 

Correspondence - Mr. J. W. Seabrook - September 19, 1949.

 

Folder 3-15

 

Correspondence - The Honorable W. Kerr Scott - Sept. 17, 1949.

 

Folder 3-16

 

The American Revolution Bicentennial Administration Designation of Fayetteville State University as a National Bicentennial Campus.

 

Folder 3-17

 

Correspondence - Dr. J. M. Gaston - June 14, 1943.

 

Folder 3-18

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - Dec. 27, 1950.

 

Folder 3-19

 

Problem and Task of the Teacher and Clergyman - May 9, 1956.

 

Folder 3-20

 

Negro School News - January 1949.

 

Folder 3-21

 

Fayetteville Observer/Times - Bishop J. W. Hood served at Evans Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church on Cool Spring Street.

 

Folder 3-22

 

Fayetteville Observer/Times - Charles "A" Lyons - The Campus Chief.

 

Folder 3-23

 

Reflections - Fayetteville State University.

 

Folder 3-24

 

History of Ebenezer School - Dalzell - South Carolina by Bessie V. Sampson and Rosa S. Riley.

 

Folder 3-25

 

Correspondence - Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4

   
 

Folder 4-1

 

Newspaper Clippings - Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 4-2

 

Newspaper Clipping - Elementary School Work - April 1954.

 

Folder 4-3

 

Editorial Comment - Teacher Education and Certification in North Carolina - January 1953.

 

Folder 4-4

 

Newspaper Clipping - Dr. Douglass Accepts Post in Washington - August 26, 1954.

 

Folder 4-5

 

Newspaper Clippings - Doctorate Degrees.

 

Folder 4-6

 

Dr. James Ward Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-7

 

Newspaper Clippings - College Head will Retire from Post (Dr. Seabrook).

 

Folder 4-8

 

Fayetteville Observer - Years as Educator - Now State Official - Dr. Seabrook - September 3, 1961.

 

Folder 4-9

 

The Fayetteville Observer - Dr. Seabrook - April 3, 1970.

 

Folder 4-10

 

Crisis - The Anne Chesnutt Waddell Home - July 1949.

 

Folder 4-11

 

The Fayetteville Observer - The First Negro State School - November 15, 1937.

 

Folder 4-12

 

Raleigh Carolinian - Dr. Seabrook Resigns - June 16, 1956.

 

Folder 4-13

 

Fayetteville Observer - Institution Grew from Small Frame School.

 

Folder 4-14

 

Newspaper Clippings - College Auditorium.

 

Folder 4-15

 

Afro-American Newspaper - Name New School for J.W. Seabrook - February 26, 1955.

 

Folder 4-16

 

Fayetteville Observer - Seabrook Elementary School Dedicated in Cedar Creek - February 15, 1955.

 

Folder 4-17

 

Journal and Guide - College will be enlarged in 1952 - January 5, 1952.

 

Folder 4-18

 

Newspaper Clipping - Dr. Seabrook honored by Omegas.

 

Folder 4-19

 

From Clipping File Through 1975 North Carolina Collection UNC Library Chapel Hill - Negroes Higher Education.

 

Folder 4-20

 

Charlotte Observer - Prof. J. W. Seabrook, Prominent Educator - November 20, 1932.

 

Folder 4-21

 

Fayetteville Observer - 47 Years an Educator - A State Official, Dr. Seabrook - September 3, 1961.

 

Folder 4-22

 

Durham Herald - Mother Seabrook, One Century Young - May 25, 1961.

 

Folder 4-23

 

Fayetteville Observer - New for Fayetteville State University - June 22, 1969.

 

Folder 4-24

 

Local College Looks Back over Its 85-Year History.

 

Folder 4-25.

 

Obituary for Mrs. Edith Seabrook Parham.

 

Folder 4-26

 

State Made Four Year College.

 

Folder 4-27

 

Newspaper Clippings - Dr. Seabrook: A Great Educator Retires - June 11, 1956

 

Folder 4-28

 

The Black College and University President: A Description and Analysis of his Profile.

 

Folder 4-29

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold - May 18, 1934.

 

Folder 4-30

 

Correspondence - Mr. G. H. Ferguson - Feb. 7, 1934.

 

Folder 4-31

 

Correspondence - Mr. N. C. Newbold - Feb. 5, 1934.

 

Folder 4-32

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - Feb. 5, 1934.

 

Folder 4-33

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook - July 24, 1934.

 

Folder 4-34

 

Partial Report on Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 4-35

 

Partial Report on the History of Fayetteville State Teachers College.

 

Folder 4-36

 

Correspondence - The Honorable J.C.B. Ehringhaus - Nov. 14, 1932.

 

Folder 4-37

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold - Jan. 19, 1931.

 

Folder 4-38

 

Correspondence - Governor O. Max Gardner - July 27, 1931.

 

Folder 4-39

 

Correspondence - Mr. G.H. Ferguson - April 9, 1951.

 

Folder 4-40

 

Suggested Amendments to the By-Laws of the Hammocks Beach Corporation.

 

Folder 4-41

 

Correspondence - Mr. Alexander Barnes - Jan. 21, 1947.

 

Folder 4-42

 

Correspondence - Professor Seabrook - April 27, 1925.

 

Folder 4-43

 

Plight of the State Negro Colleges in North Carolina - Sept. 20, 1934.

 

Folder 4-45

 

Correspondence - Governor Ehringhaus - March 30, 1933.

 

Folder 4-46

 

Correspondence - President Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-47

 

Correspondence - Dr. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-48

 

Correspondence - Mr. G. H. Ferguson.

 

Folder 4-49

 

Correspondence - Federal Aid for Buildings - Mr. Clyde A. Erwin - July 4, 1936.

 

Folder 4-50

 

Correspondence - Dean Seabrook - March 8, 1933.

 

Folder 4-51

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold.

 

Folder 4-52

 

Correspondence - Mr. N.C. Newbold.

 

Folder 4-53

 

Correspondence - Mrs. E. E. Smith - September 10, 1935.

 

Folder 4-54

 

Correspondence - President J.W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-55

 

Correspondence - Mr. G. H. Ferguson - October 6, 1950.

 

Folder 4-56

 

Correspondence - Mr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-57

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-58

 

President J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-59

 

To the Members of the Hammocks Beach Corp.

 

Folder 4-60

 

Correspondence - Relation to our Supervisory Plan.

 

Folder 4-61

 

Correspondence - President J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 4-62

 

Fayetteville Observer - Building Good Race Relations - October 8, 1949.

 

Folder 4-63

 

Correspondence - Mr. J. H. Douglass - Nov. 22, 1949.

 

Folder 4-64

 

Brief History of the North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation.

 

Folder 4-65

 

News Release from the Governor's Office.

 

Folder 4-66

 

Newspaper Clipping - Seabrook Praised in Resolution of Board - July 31, 1956.

 

Folder 4-67

 

Correspondence - The Honorable R. Gregg Cherry.

 

Folder 4-68

 

Correspondence - Dr. J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 5

   
 

Folder 5-1

 

The North Carolina Negro Views His Home State by J. W. Seabrook.

 

Folder 5-2

 

North Carolina Teachers' Record-Official Publication of the North Carolina Teachers' Association - January 1930, Volume I, No. 1.

 

Folder 5-3

 

Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education Committee on Education and Labor.

 

Folder 5-4

 

Department of Public Instruction. "B" Section - September 13, 1938 and January 3, 1939.

 

Folder 5-5

 

History of Fayetteville State Teachers College, by Mamie Wilkerson - June 1955.

 
     

SEABROOK FAMILY

     

SEABROOK, JAMES WARD

 

Box 9:

   

DR. SEABROOK/ DR. GIBSON

 

Folder 1

 

PRINTED MATERIAL/PHOTOCOPIES

 

Folder 1-1

 

Partial Outline - History of FSU

 

Folder 1-2

 

Front Page Copy of "Comparison of Perceived Leadership Styles ... Presidents of Black Colleges - By Robert V. Cole, Jr. - EDRS - April , 1984.

 

Folder 1-3

 

Programs for Teacher Education - Chronicle of Higher Education - March 6, 1985.

 

Folder 1-4

 

Southern Black Leaders of The Reconstruction Era - By Howard N. Rabinowitz - 1982.

 

Folder 1-5

 

Patterns of Leadership Among Negroes in North Carolina - By John R. Larkins -1959.

 

Folder 1-6

 

State of South Carolina - Record of Teachers Certificates Granted by the County Board of Examiners - Sumter County - 1820 - 1920 (Reproduced from Document in SC Dept of Archives and History - Columbia, SC)- 3 pages.