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United States -- Race relations. (4)
Civil rights movements -- United States. (3)
Race discrimination -- United States. (2)
African American college teachers. (1)
African American social workers. (1)
African American sociologists. (1)
African American universities and colleges. (1)
African American women -- Ohio -- Cleveland. (1)
African American women -- United States. (1)
African American women public relations personnel. (1)
African Americans -- Civil rights. (1)
African Americans -- Education. (1)
African Americans -- Employment. (1)
African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland. (1)
African Americans -- Relations with Russians. (1)
African Americans. (1)
Civil rights -- United States. (1)
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Concentration camps -- United States. (1)
Discrimination in employment -- United States. (1)
Government employee unions -- United States. (1)
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945. (1)
Japanese Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland. (1)
Japanese Americans -- Social conditions. (1)
Jones, Butler A., 1916- (1)
Labor movement -- United States. (1)
Minority labor union members -- United States. (1)
Moon family. (1)
Moon, Henry Lee, 1901- (1)
Moon, Joseph Herbert. (1)
Moon, Leah. (1)
Moon, Mollie Lewis. (1)
Moon, Roddy K., 1868-1952. (1)
National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (U.S.). Local 604 (Cleveland, Ohio). (1)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. (1)
National Urban League. (1)
Postal service -- Employees -- Labor unions -- United States. (1)
Postal service -- United States -- Employees. (1)
Race discrimination -- Law and legislation -- United States. (1)
School integration -- United States -- Case studies. (1)
Tanaka, Henry Thomas, 1922- (1)
World War, 1939-1945 -- Evacuation of civilians -- United States. (1)
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1Title:  Butler A. Jones Papers     
 Creator:  Jones, Butler A. 
 Dates:  1944-1969 
 Abstract:  Butler A. Jones was an African American educator and professor of sociology. Jones taught at several colleges, including Cleveland State University, 1969-1984. He was particularly interested in the effectiveness of law as a means of social change, with a special focus on school desegregation litigation. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscript writings, legal documents, unpublished reports, clippings, and material on various agencies. The collection pertains to the research of Butler A. Jones with respect to desegregation cases and to activist groups of the 1960s, especially the Southern Regional Council and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Included are desegregation case proceedings and issues of Student Voice, a publication of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. 
 Call #:  MS 4493 
 Extent:  0.60 linear feet (2 containers) 
 Subjects:  Jones, Butler A., 1916- | African American sociologists. | African American college teachers. | School integration -- United States -- Case studies. | Civil rights movements -- United States. | African American universities and colleges. | African Americans -- Education. | African Americans -- Civil rights. | Race discrimination -- Law and legislation -- United States. | United States -- Race relations.
 
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2Title:  Henry Thomas Tanaka Papers     
 Creator:  Tanaka, Henry Thomas 
 Dates:  1942-1976 
 Abstract:  Henry Thomas Tanaka (b. 1922) was the national president of the Japanese American Citizens' League. A second generation Japanese American, Tanaka was born in Oregon, placed in an internment camp during World War II, and subsequently resettled in Cleveland, Ohio, where he became a leader in Japanese American affairs. The collection consists of minutes, agendas, correspondence, reports, memoranda, financial records, membership lists, histories, news releases, publications and other records of the Japanese American Citizens' League, and records collected by Henry Tanaka and Rev. Katsuichi Satow on issues of Japanese interest. 
 Call #:  MS 3680 
 Extent:  11.90 linear feet (14 containers) 
 Subjects:  Tanaka, Henry Thomas, 1922- | Japanese Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Japanese Americans -- Social conditions. | Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945. | Concentration camps -- United States. | World War, 1939-1945 -- Evacuation of civilians -- United States. | Race discrimination -- United States. | Civil rights -- United States. | United States -- Race relations.
 
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3Title:  National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Local 604 Records     
 Creator:  National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Local 604 
 Dates:  1956-1974 
 Abstract:  The National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Local 604, is the Cleveland, Ohio, local of a federal employee's trade union. Its membership was predominantly African American. The collection consists of a dues book (1956-1957), several issues of Post Mark Cleveland (1958-1974), fact sheets, and banquet programs. 
 Call #:  MS 4153 
 Extent:  0.20 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (U.S.). Local 604 (Cleveland, Ohio). | African Americans -- Employment. | Civil rights movements -- United States. | Discrimination in employment -- United States. | Race discrimination -- United States. | Government employee unions -- United States. | Postal service -- Employees -- Labor unions -- United States. | Minority labor union members -- United States. | Civil service -- United States -- Minority membership. | Postal service -- United States -- Employees. | United States -- Race relations.
 
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4Title:  Henry Lee Moon Family Papers, Series II     
 Creator:  Moon, Henry Lee Family 
 Dates:  1885-1985 
 Abstract:  The Henry Lee Moon family was a prominent twentieth century Cleveland, Ohio, African American family involved in civil rights and community organizations. In 1912, Roddy K. Moon helped form the Cleveland Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and served as its founding president 1912-1916. He was also on the board of the Negro Welfare Association, supported the Phillis Wheatley Association, and in 1933 organized the Palmetto Club. His wife, Leah Anna Himes Moon, was a fifty-year member of the Cleveland Branch NAACP, and with her husband was a founding member of the Forest City Garden Club. Roddy and Leah Moon had three surviving children; Joseph Herbert, Ella Elizabeth, and Henry Lee. Ella Moon was a teacher, an active member of the Forest City Garden Club, and was married to Clyde Smith. Henry Lee Moon was a newspaper editor, press relations secretary for Tuskegee Institute (1926-1931), and worked for the Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration. Moon, along with his future wife and other African Americans, traveled to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics for consultations concerning a government sponsored film project on the history of black America. From 1938-1944 he was race relations adviser for the Federal Public Housing Authority. He also worked as assistant director to the Political Action Committee of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO). He was active with the NAACP, becoming its director of public relations in 1948-1960. He was the author of two books; Balance of Power: the Negro Vote (1948) and The Emerging Thought of W.E. B. Dubois (1972). His wife, Mollie Virgil Lewis Moon, was a pharmacist, and later worked as a social worker with the Department of Social Services in New York City. She was also a public relations executive, founder and chairman of the National Urban League Guild (1942-1962), and trustee and secretary of the National Urban League (1955-1962). After World War II, she became involved with the "brown-babies" of Germany campaign, which attempted to provide relief for orphaned or abandoned children of mixed African and European or American ancestry. The collection consists of booklets, cards, certificates, correspondence, financial records, letters, memorandum, minutes, newspaper clippings, reports, publications, pamphlets, proposals, speeches, telegrams, published and unpublished writings, and memorabilia. 
 Call #:  MS 4823 
 Extent:  1.40 linear feet (4 containers) 
 Subjects:  Moon family. | Moon, Henry Lee, 1901- | Moon, Mollie Lewis. | Moon, Roddy K., 1868-1952. | Moon, Joseph Herbert. | Moon, Leah. | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. | National Urban League. | African Americans. | African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Civil rights movements -- United States. | Labor movement -- United States. | African American women -- United States. | African American women -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | African American women public relations personnel. | African Americans -- Relations with Russians. | African American social workers. | United States -- Race relations.
 
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