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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

Physical Description: 4.5 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

Consists of files maintained by Dellums concerning the activities of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters at the local, national, and international levels.

Arrangement

Arranged into eight subseries: agreements, conventions, A. Philip Randolph, correspondence, districts and divisions, mediation, negotiations, and printed materials.
 

Agreements

Physical Description: 39 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes correspondence, memos, and legal documents concerning agreements reached between the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and various railroad companies.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of railroad company and thereafter by date.
Box 1:1

Amtrak Service Workers' Council 1973-1974

Box 1:2

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 1950-1967

Box 1:3

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 1971-1972

Box 1:4

Atlantic Coast Line 1953-1967

Box 1:5

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 1969

Box 1:6

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 1944-1967

Box 1:7

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 1969

Box 1:8

Burlington Lines 1960-1968

Box 1:9

Canadian National Railways & Associate Railway Unions 1974

Box 1:10

Chesapeake & Ohio 1968-1969

Box 1:11

Chesapeake & Ohio/Baltimore & Ohio

Box 1:12

Chesapeake & Ohio 1970

Box 1:13

Chicago & Northwestern 1944-1962

Box 1:14

Chicago & Northwestern 1968-1972

Box 1:15

Chicago & Eastern Illinois 1953-1967

Box 1:16

Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy 1967-1970

Box 1:17

Denver & Rio Grande Western 1947-1966

Box 1:18

Denver & Rio Grande Western 1972

Box 1:19

Erie Lackawanna Railroad 1965

Box 1:20

Fort Worth & Denver 1960-1967

Box 1:21

Gulf, Mobile & Ohio 1942-1965

Box 1:22

Gulf, Mobile & Ohio 1970

Box 1:23

Gulf, Mobile & Ohio 1972

Box 1:24

Louisville & Nashville 1969-1970

Box 2:1

National Railroad Passenger Corp. 1975-1976

Box 2:2

New York Central 1960-1968

Box 2:3

Norfolk & Western/Chesapeake & Ohio 1970

Box 2:4

Norfolk & Western 1969

Box 2:5

Norfolk & Western 1969-07

Box 2:6

Norfolk & Western 1970

Box 2:7

Pennsylvania Railroad 1964-1967

Box 2:8

Reading Co. 1970

Box 2:9

Seaboard Coast Line 1968-1969

Box 2:10

Seaboard Coast Line moratorium 1969

Box 2:11

Southern Pacific 1942, 1969

Box 2:12

Union Pacific 1964-1965

Box 2:13

Union Pacific 1972

Box 2:14

Assorted railroad agreements 1968

Box 2:15

Agreements concerning takeover by carriers 1968-1969

 

Conventions

Physical Description: 11 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains souvenir programs from Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters conventions and conferences of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Ladies' Auxiliary dating from the 1940s-1970s.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 2:16

Program of the Quinquennial celebration of the of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1930

Box 2:16

Fifteenth anniversary and bi-enial convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters souvenir journal 1940

Box 2:17

24th anniversary celebration Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters program 1949

Box 2:18

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters first triennial convention and twenty-eighth anniversary program 1953

Box 2:19

Report by the International President A. Philip Randolph to the Sixth Triennial convention and forty-third anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters New Orleans, Louisiana, September 2, 1968 1968

Box 2:20

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 50th anniversary convention 1975

Box 2:21

Proceedings of the second biennial convention International Auxiliary Order Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1942

Box 2:22

Proceedings of the fourth biennial convention International Auxiliary Order Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1944

Box 2:23

Report of proceedings of the fifth biennial convention International Auxiliary Order Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1946

Box 3:1

Report of proceedings of the sixth biennial convention International Auxiliary Order Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1948

Box 3:2

Report of proceedings of the seventh biennial convention International Auxiliary Order Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1950

Box 3:3

Proceedings first triennial and fifteenth anniversary convention Ladies Auxiliaries to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1953

 

A. Philip Randolph

Physical Description: 5 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Consists of correspondence, awards, and documentation concerning Randolph's achievements as a labor and civil rights leader.

Arrangement

Arranged by record type and thereafter by date.
Box 3:4

Awards undated

Box 3:5

Correspondence 1928-1979

Box 3:6

A. Philip Randolph correspondence to C.L. Dellums 1932-1966

Box 3:6

A. Philip Randolph's open letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt 1934

Box 3:7

A. Philip Randolph Institute 1977

Box 3:8

Address by A. Philip Randolph on civil rights resolution before the sixth constitution of the AFL-CIO 1965

 

Correspondence

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence received by Dellums as International Vice-President and later President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters between the 1930s and the 1970s.

Arrangement

Arranged by type of correspondent and thereafter by date.
Box 3:9

Outgoing 1968-1968

Box 3:10-14

Outgoing 1973-1977

Box 3:15-17

Amtrak to C.L. Dellums 1973-1975

Box 4:1-8

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters to C.L. Dellums 1953-1976

Box 4:9

Brotherhood of Maintenance Way 1968-1970

Box 4:10

Dining Car Union to C.L. Dellums 1973-1980

Box 4:11

Federal Election Campaign Act amendments 1974

Box 4:12

Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO 1968-1969

Box 4:13-17

International unions 1969-1973

Box 4:18

Lawyers to C.L. Dellums 1968-1969

Box 4:19

Assorted 1933-1971

Box 4:20

National Railroad Adjustment Board 1970-1974

Box 5:1

Railway labor executives 1972-1975

Box 5:2

Southern Pacific Line 1968

 

Districts and Divisions

Physical Description: 11 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains files relating to the Oakland and San Francisco districts of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, as well as to the Salt Lake and Western divisions, between 1929 and 1974.

Arrangement

Arranged by name of district or division and thereafter by format and by date.
Box 5:3

Lists of districts 1929

Box 5:3

Instructions to organizers of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters on handling strike situation circa 1920s

Box 5:4

Tri-annual unaudited financial statements International Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Denver, Colorado July 31, 1974 1974

 

Oakland District

Box 5:5

Accounting notebook 1930-1934

Box 5:6

Correspondence 1933, 1962

Box 5:7

Assorted 1975

Box 5:8

Monthly financial reports 1938-1949

Box 5:9

Pullman Company timesheets 1966

Box 5:10

Displacement allowances 1975-1977

Box 5:11

Salt Lake Division correspondence 1962

Box 5:12

San Francisco District member list circa 1926

Box 5:13

Western Division test period timesheets 1973-1974

 

Mediation

Physical Description: 37 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Consists of correspondence and legal documents concerning cases brought by individuals and groups of employees against various railroad companies. Also includes records relating to cases brought before the National Mediation Board in the 1960s and 1970s.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 5:14

Proposed plan for acquiring jurisdiction over sleeping car porters by conductors 1934

Box 5:15

Case No.A-7128: National Railway Conference and Eastern, Western, & Southeastern Carriers' Conference 1965

Box 5:16

Fred Thompson case 1967

Box 6:1

Impartial umpire AFL-CIO 1968-1969

Box 6:2

Pullman separation allowances files 1968

Box 6:3

Pullman separation allowances claims 1968

Box 6:4

Certification file for mediation board 1969

Box 6:5

Emergency Board 1973-1974

Box 6:6

Louisville & Nashville separation allowance case 1969

Box 6:7

Pennsylvania Railroad Company merger with N.Y. Central 1969

Box 6:8

National Mediation Board 1968-1975

Box 6:9

Cases filed by T.D. McNeal 1969-1970

Box 6:10

Dispute about severance pay 1969-1970

Box 6:11

Services of National Mediation Board invoked on Seaboard for stabilization of employment 1970-1975

Box 6:12

Services of National Mediation Board invoked on Pennsylvania Central for employment stabilization 1970-1971

Box 6:13

Agreement covering employees represented by the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen 1971

Box 7:1

Louisville & Nashville Railroad merger Monon Railroad final docket no. 25309 1971

Box 7:2

Penn Central merger: protection of employees of subsidiaries final docket no. 21989 1971

Box 7:3

Protective conditions specified by the Secretary of Labor 1971

Box 7:4

Shopcraft wage case mediation agreement case A-9049 1971

Box 7:5

Legal opinions 1971-1972

Box 7:6

Dispute between the carriers represented by the National Railroad Labor Conference and employees represented by the Sheet Metal Workers 1972

Box 7:7

Mediation agreement case no. A-8853 1972

Box 7:8

H.J. Murphy chair car attendant Seaboard Coast Line 1971-1972

Box 7:9

James E. Robinson Seaboard Coast Line train porter separation allowance case 1971-1972

Box 7:10

Spec. Board of Adjustment no. 766-TC Division BRAC Northern Burlington 1971-1972

Box 7:11

Emergency Board no. 180 dispute between Pennsylvania Central and employees represented by United Teamsters Union 1972

Box 7:12

H.G. Jackson, sleeping car attendant 1972

Box 7:13

UMTA application (ILL-UTG-22) Northwest Suburban Mass Transit District Chicago 1972

Box 7:14

E.G. Hayes case, Southern Railroad, suspension of 120 days 1972-1973

Box 7:15

Investigation file on Arthur B. Byers Amtrak sleeping car attendant 1974

Box 7:16

Oscar Robinson case Amtrak 1975

Box 7:17

W.T. Kelly case 1975

Box 7:18

N.L. Washington case Amtrak 1975

Box 7:19

Southern Pacific/Amtrak job transfers 1978

Box 7:20

W.W. Seymour case 1981

Box 7:21

Legal fees 1928, 1966-1974

 

Negotiations

Physical Description: 17 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains correspondence and legal documents relating to negotiations for wage increases and better health and retirement benefits.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 7:22

Southern Pacific Railroad wage increases 1946

Box 7:23

Railroad Retirement Board 1967-1969

Box 7:24

Negotiations with other unions 1968

Box 7:25

Southern Railroad system negotiations 1968-1969

Box 7:26

Negotiation by B.F. McLaurin on travel time and expenses 1968-1969

Box 7:27

Increase in pay negotiations Norfolk & Western Railroad 1969-1970

Box 7:28

Section 6 served on Burlington (dining car employees) 1970-1971

Box 8:1

Section 6 served on Illinois Central for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:2

Section 6 served on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe for pay increase 1971

Box 8:3

Section 6 served on Union Pacific for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:4

Section 6 served on Pennsylvania Central for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:5

Section 6 served on C.M. & St. Paul for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:6

Section 6 served on Denver & Rio Grande for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:7

Section 6 served on Baltimore & Ohio for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:8

Section 6 served on Southern Pacific for 40% pay increase 1971

Box 8:9

Proceedings for reorganization of Pennsylvania Central 1972

Box 8:10

Section 6 notices on health and welfare group policy #7000 1975

 

Printed materials

Physical Description: 10 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes pamphlets produced by the BSCP, such as official agreements, constitutions, and newsletters, as well as membership cards, leaflets, and certificates.

Arrangement

Arranged by record type and thereafter by date.
 

Constitutions

Box 8:11

Constitution and general rules of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Train, Chair Car, Coach Porters & Attendants 1953

Box 8:11

Constitution and general rules of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Train, Chair Car, Coach Porters & Attendants 1965

Box 8:11

Constitution and general rules of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Train, Chair Car, Coach Porters & Attendants 1946

 

Agreements

Box 8:12

Agreement between The Pullman Company and employes in the service of The Pullman Company performing mechanical, labor, storeroom non-clerical and car cleaning work in the maintenance and conditioning of equipment in districts and agencies in the United States of America and in Canada, excepting supervisory forces employed at monthly rates, represented by the independent Pullman Workers Federation 1944

Box 8:12

Agreement between The Pullman Company and porters, attendants, maids, and bus boys in the service of The Pullman Company in the United States of America and Canada represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1953

Box 8:12

Agreement between the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway Company Panhandle and Santa Fe Railway Company and their employes classified as chair car attendants represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1950

Box 8:12

Agreement between Union Pacific Railroad Company and Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters governing rates of pay and working conditions of chair car attendants 1949

Box 8:12

Deduction agreement between the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company and their employes represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1966

Box 8:12

Agreement between the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the sleeping car porters in its employ represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1959

Box 8:12

Agreement between Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company and its train and mail porters represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1969

Box 8:12

Agreement between Southern Pacific Company (Pacific Lines) and certain of its employes represented by Dining Car Cooks and Waiters Union - Locals 456 and 582 and Bartenders Union - Local 41 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union 1956

Box 8:12

Agreement between Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company and its chair car attendants represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1969

Box 8:12

Agreement between Southern Pacific Company (Pacific Lines) and its chair car porters and maids represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1946

Box 8:12

Agreement between the Union Pacific Railroad Company and Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters governing rates of pay and working conditions of chair car attendants 1946

Box 8:12

Agreement between Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company and its sleeping car porters and sleeping car attendants represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1969

Box 8:12

Revised agreement between the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and its train car porters, mail porters and chair car attendants represented by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1957

Box 8:12

Agreement for protection of employees in event of merger of Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 1966

Box 8:12

Master agreement dated Montreal, November 2nd, 1962 between Canadian National Railways Canadian Pacific Railway Company Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Ontario Northland Railway Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway Company The Midland Railway Company of Manitoba The Cumberland Railway Company (Sydney and Louisburg Division) and their non-operating employees represented by associated railway unions signatory hereto re: application of wage increases and job security 1963

Box 8:12

Master agreement dated Montreal, December 11th, 1974 between Canadian Pacific Limited Canadian National Railways Dominion Atlantic Railway Company Northern Alberta Railways Company Ontario Northland Railway Quebec Central Railway Company Algoma Central Railway Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Toronto Terminals Railways Company Shawinigan Falls Terminal Railway and their non-operating employees represented by associated railway unions signatory hereto re: application of wage increase; lump sum payment; cost-of-living adjustment; annual vacations; employee benefit plan - life insurance and sickness benefits; and other changes 1974

Box 8:12

Interim agreement between National Railroad Passenger Corporation and Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1973

 

The Black Worker

Box 8:13

The Pullman porter's grievances circa 1920s

Box 8:13

The Pullman porter's grievances circa 1920s

Box 8:13

The truth about the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters circa 1920s

Box 8:13

The Black Worker vol. 3, no. 1 1932

Box 8:13

The Black Worker vol. XXVI, no. 5 1955

 

Pullman Company group insurance plan and insurance plan

Box 8:14

A cooperative plan of group insurance benefits for employes of the Pullman Company 1948

Box 8:14

To our patrons 1947

Box 8:14

Group insurance plan for agreement employees 1958

 

Flyers

Box 8:14

Annual statement to employes of the Pullman group of companies for year ended December 31, 1937 1938

Box 9:1

The Pullman Porters and Maids Protective Association circa 1930s

Box 9:1

Pullman porters attention: this is for you! Mass meeting 1926

Box 9:1

American Civil Liberties Union. Los Angeles Branch, The Open Forum vol. 6 no. 12 1929

Box 9:1

Why every porter should join the Brotherhood and pay dues circa 1930s

Box 9:1

Tribute to a great labor leader Milton P. Webster memorial meeting Sunday, September 12, 1965 3:30 p.m. Chicago, Illinois 1965

Box 9:1

You are invited to attend the 80th birthday celebration of A. Philip Randolph who has served Harlem - labor and the world for more than 55 years 1969

Box 9:2

Letterhead undated

Box 9:3

Constitutions of other unions 1953-1960

 

Assorted pamphlets on labor and equal rights

Box 9:4

Labor Sunday message 1929

Box 9:4

We accuse! : the story of Tom Mooney 1939

Box 9:4

Official program sixty-sixth convention of the American Federation of Labor San Francisco October 6 through 17, 1947 1947

Box 9:4

Labor and equal rights 1968

Box 9:4

Labor lifts the bar to opportunity 1958

Box 9:4

The apprenticeship law in California 1966

Box 9:4

Proceedings of the merger convention California Labor Council on Political Education San Francisco, December 9, 1958 1958

Box 9:4

Agreement to merge constitution convention rules and order of business of California Labor Council on Political Education 1958

Box 9:4

Industrial relations field manual 1959

 

Membership cards, leaflets, and certificates

Box 9:5

Chair car porters' baggage instructions trains 94-95, 98-99 1950

Box 9:5

Chair car porters' baggage instructions all trains - except "daylights" and "starlights" 1950

Box 9:5

Founders' certificate Willkie Memorial Building of Freedom House circa 1940s

Box 9:5

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters annual membership card 1976

Box 9:5

Educational Securities Corporation stock certificate 1956

 

Assorted printed material

Box 9:6

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters membership due book circa 1960s

Box 9:6

The National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK) rules of conduct circa 1960s

Box 9:6

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters supplemental sickness benefit plan 1973

Box 9:6

Brotherhood songs undated

Box 9:7

Satin photo plates undated

Box 9:8

Instructions for porters employed on cars of The Pullman Company 1935

 

California Fair Employment Practices Commission

Physical Description: 1.5 linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

Consists of files maintained by Dellums during his twenty-six year term on the California Fair Employment Practices Commission between 1959 and 1985.

Arrangement

Arranged into four subseries: organization, commission meetings, investigations, printed materials.
 

Organization

Physical Description: 3 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains materials outlining the rules and regulations, objectives, salaries, and officers of the California Fair Employment Practices Commission.

Arrangement

Arranged by record type and thereafter by date.
Box 9:9

Rules and regulations governing practice and procedure before the Fair Employment Practice Commission 1960

Box 9:10

California Fair Employment Practice Commission program objectives and salaries 1969-1961

Box 9:11

Officers and sponsors undated

Box 9:12

228th commission meeting, San Francisco, California 1977

Box 9:13

257th commission meeting, San Diego, California 1979

Box 9:14

259th commission meeting, Los Angeles, California 1980

Box 9:15

274th commission meeting, San Diego, California 1981

 

Commission meetings

Physical Description: 8 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes memoranda, reports, minutes, correspondence, and testimonies relating to California Fair Employment Practices Commission meetings held in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Arrangement

Arranged by record type and thereafter by date.
Box 9:16

First year reports 1959

Box 9:17

Memoranda 1960-1961

Box 9:18

Correspondence circa 1960s-1970s

Box 9:19

Transcript of C.L. Dellums' testimony before the governor's Committee on Fair Housing 1966

 

Investigations

Physical Description: 11 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Consists of case files documenting complaints filed by individuals with the commission concerning discrimination in housing and employment.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 9:20

Lillian C. Etherdge employment discrimination case 1960

Box 9:21

Beaver, Riley's Trailer Court E2000 FHL66-67 1967

Box 9:22

Lawson, California State Personnel Board E2002 FEP66-67 1967-1968

Box 10:1

Broussard, Carmichael Convalescent Hospital E2003 FEP66-67 1967-1968

Box 10:2

Anders, College Garden Apartments E3003 FHL67-68 1967-1968

Box 10:3

Bradley, Violet Rasmussen FHL67-68 1968

Box 10:4

Guidry, Town and Country Apartments E3005 FHL67-68 1968

Box 10:5

Sacramento County Sheriff's Department : an investigation under Section 1421 of the California labor code 1973

Box 10:6

Contra Costa County : an investigation under Section 1421 of the California labor code 1973

Box 10:7

General Telephone Company of California : an investigation under Section 1421 of the California labor code 1973

Box 10:8

Green, Motel de Ville case 78-79 A5-0848ER 1978

Box 13:3

City of Emeryville : an investigation under Section 1421 of the California labor code 1973

Box 13:4

Transcript of Susie B. Haydell's testimony before the California Fair Employment Practice Commission 1961

 

Printed materials

Physical Description: 10 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes pamphlets, notices, and flyers published by the California Fair Employment Practices Commission, as well as printed materials collected by Dellums concerning civil rights and other discrimination commissions.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject and thereafter by date.
 

Notice to California employers

Box 10:9

California Fair Employment Practice Commission "You have the right" brochure circa 1960

Box 10:9

California Division of Fair Employment Practices official notice to all California employers, employment agencies, unions, state and local government agencies circa 1961

Box 10:10

Other discrimination commissions 1953-1959

 

Fair Employment Practice Act pamphlets

Box 10:11

Assembly bill no. 91 1959

Box 10:11

State of California Fair Employment Practice Act FEPC rules and regulations guide to pre-employment inquiries 1973

Box 10:11

California Legislature assembly bill no. 2000 1957

Box 10:11

Call to 1957 F.E.P.C. conference and legislative training institute April 13, 14, and 15th (plus the 16th for some delegates) in Sacramento, California 1957

Box 10:11

1978 Fair Employment Practice Act, Fair Housing Law, Unruh Civil Rights Act, Ralph Civil Rights Act and related California statutes 1978

Box 10:11

Supplement to the 1978 Fair Employment Practice Act, Fair Housing Law, Unruh Civil Rights Act, Ralph Civil Rights Act and related California statutes 1979

Box 10:12

NAACP pamphlets 1953, 1960

Box 10:13

Fair Housing Program 1982-1983

Box 10:14

Race relations 1945-1946

Box 10:14

American Friends Service Committee. Northern California Regional Office, Here's how restrictive covenants affect you circa 1950s

 

Fair housing law

Box 10:15

California Committee for Fair Practices brochure circa 1957

Box 10:15

State of California laws regarding equality of opportunity in housing circa 1960s

Box 10:15

Technical Advisory Committee on Testing to the California Fair Employment Practice Commission agenda 1966

Box 10:15

Race and Property Conference brochure, University of California Berkeley University Extension 1963

Box 10:15

Freedom of Residence Foundation, Inc., The negro in white suburbia: community power vs. human rights 1963

Box 10:16

Civil rights 1950s-1960s

Box 11:1

Civil rights 1952-1988

Box 11:2

California State Legislature 1955-1986

Box 11:2

Certificate of appointment to the Fair Employment Practices Commission 1959, 1969, 1974

 

Biographical

Physical Description: 1 linear foot

Series Scope and Content Summary

Consists of four subseries: correspondence, activities, personal finances, and assorted material.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject.
 

Correspondence

Physical Description: 2 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains personal correspondence Dellums received in the 1970s and 1980s, including letters of congratulation from various political and labor officials.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 11:3

Personal correspondence 1933, 1977-1988

Box 11:4

Letters of congratulation upon becoming AFL-CIO Vice-President 1974

 

Activities

Physical Description: 2 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Includes correspondence, flyers, and pamphlets relating to Dellums' participation in such organizations as the NAACP and the Masons.

Arrangement

Arranged by organization and thereafter by date.
Box 11:5

Club pamphlets 1931, 1944-1958

Box 13:3

NAACP West Coast Regional Office circa 1960s-1980s

 

Personal finances

Physical Description: 5 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Consists of personal income tax returns and accompanying financial data dating from the 1930s to 1960s.

Arrangement

Arranged by type of return and thereafter by date.
Box 11:6

Income tax forms 1937-1960

Box 11:7

Income tax forms 1962-1970

Box 11:8

Sales and use tax forms 1943-1949

Box 11:9

State employment tax forms 1963-1969

Box 11:10

Employer's tax return 1944-1949

 

Assorted material

Physical Description: 7 folders

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Contains assorted items related to C.L. Dellums personal life, such as clippings, funeral programs, daily planners, and certificates.

Arrangement

Arranged by format and thereafter by date.
Box 12:1

Newspaper clippings 1932-1990

Box 12:1

Alameda County Branch NAACP Bulletin vol. 3 no. 1 1950

Box 12:1

Alameda County Branch NAACP Bulletin vol. 3 no. 2 1950

Box 12:2

Funeral program, In loving remembrance of C.L. Dellums 1900-1989 1989

Box 12:3

Untitled speech by C.L. Dellums circa 1927

Box 12:4

Daily planners 1929, 1945

Box 12:5

Favorite quotations undated

Box 12:6

Certificates 1945 and undated

 

Assorted publications and ephemera

Box 12:7

Official proceedings of the National Negro Congress 1936

Box 12:7

Tom Mooney rally excursion ticket 1937

Box 13

Plaques 1961-1966

 

Photographs

Physical Description: 177 photographs

Series Scope and Content Summary

Consists of photographs of Dellums and various members of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Photographs are arranged into four subseries: Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, California Fair Employment Practices Commission, Family photographs, and Assorted.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject and thereafter by photograph identification number.
 

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

 

General

Box 12:8

C.L. Dellums at microphone [004] circa 1960s

Box 12:8

Group photograph of men sitting at table at the Management Relations' meeting in San Francisco, California [015A] 1972

Box 12:8

Group photograph of C.L. Dellums with members of the Management Relations' meeting in San Francisco, California [015B] 1972

Box 12:8

C.L. Dellums shaking hands with Jimmy Carter [016] 1976

Box 12:8

C.L. Dellums shaking hands with Jimmy Carter [017] 1976

Box 12:9

C.L. Dellums standing with Lloyd Zempel [018] 1973

Box 12:9

C.L. Dellums standing with two unidentified persons [020] undated

Box 12:9

C.L. Dellums standing with two unidentified persons [021] undated

Box 12:9

Two unidentified persons [022] undated

Box 12:9

C.L. Dellums standing with unidentified woman [023] undated

Box 12:9

Group sitting at dining table at meeting of AFL-CIO [024] undated

Box 12:14

C.L. Dellums, Spencer Jordan, and Ben Watkins standing next to two welders at the Kaiser Shipyard Richmond, California [109] 1943

Box 12:15

C.L. Dellums smiling standing in front of locomotive [4 copies with negative] [123] undated

Box 13:1

C.L. Dellums sitting at his desk [154] 1944

Box 13:1

A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with unidentified man [155] undated

Box 13:1

Unidentified man speaking at lectern [156] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with Norman Thomas [157] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

Eleanor Roosevelt speaking in courtyard with musician in the background [158] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

C.L. Dellums with six unidentified men in office [159] 1943

Box 13:1

Eleanor Roosevelt shaking hands with unidentified man [160] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

A. Philip Randolph giving speech [162] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

C.L. Dellums stands in picket line holding sign, "Negro kids are going to jail trying to eat at Woolworth and Kress" [164] 1960

Box 13:1

Six boys wearing Pullman Company uniforms [165] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

Group photograph of eight men and women standing in front of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porter posters [166] circa 1950s

Box 13:1

William Green standing next to B.F. McLaurin [167] circa 1950

Box 13:1

A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with William J. Kennedy [168] circa 1950

Box 13:1

C.L. Dellums, Spencer Jordan, and Ben Watkins standing next to workers at the Kaiser Shipyard Richmond, California [170] 1943

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Group photograph of Sleeping Car Porters in uniform [with negative] [173] circa 1960s

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Group photograph of six Sleeping Car Porters in uniform [174] circa 1960s

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Group photograph of six Sleeping Car Porters in uniform [175] 1965

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A. Philip Randolph, C.L. Dellums standing with ten men in suits [178] circa 1950s

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Oakland Division Executive Board group photograph [reproduction with negative] 1930

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Group photograph of the 1st convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Chicago, Illinois 1929

 

New York City parade

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Union members marching in parade at West 125th Street New York City, New York [078] 1950

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William Bowe marching in parade [079] 1950

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Professor Hulbert Finlay's Band marching in parade [080] 1950

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Ashley Totten, W.C. Mills, A. Philip Randolph, Thomas T. Patterson, D. LaRoche, and W.H. Sanders marching in parade [081] 1950

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Local 802 American Federation of Musicians marching in parade [082] 1950

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Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters New Jersey Division marching in parade [083] 1950

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Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters New Jersey Division marching in parade [084] 1950

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Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [with negative] [085] 1950

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Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [with negative] [086] 1950

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [087] 1950

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [088] 1950

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [with negative][089] 1950

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Union members marching in parade at West 125th Street New York City, New York [090] 1950

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A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with Walter White [091] 1950

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Cars in parade at West 125th Street in New York City [092] 1965

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [093] 1950

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Marching band and Negro Labor Committee marching in parade [094] 1950

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Children in the Junior Herd Dancing Club marching in parade [095] 1950

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Local 802 American Federation of Musicians marching in parade [096] 1950

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Local 812 Soft Drink Workers Union marching in parade [097] 1950

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Local 338 Retail, Dairy, Grocery, and Fruit Employees Union [098] 1950

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Parade and Dancing Club marching in parade [099] 1950

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Negro Labor Committee marching in parade [100] 1950

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A. Philip Randolph sitting with unidentified woman [101] 1950

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Children marching with the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [102] 1950

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Marching band and Negro Labor Committee marching in parade [103] 1950

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Parade and Dancing Club marching in parade [104] 1950

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W.C. Mills, A. Philip Randolph, Thomas T. Patterson, D. LaRoche, W.H. Sanders, and H.A. Rock marching in parade [105] 1950

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Group photograph in rainy street (left-right):M.M. Coleman, W.C. Mills, Ashley L. Totten, A. Philip Randolph, William H. Bowe, D. LaRoche, J.L. Reynolds, H.A. Rock [106] 1950

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Group photograph in rainy street (left-right): W.C. Mills, A. Philip Randolph, Thomas T. Patterson, Ashley L. Totten, W.H. Sanders, H.A. Rock [107] 1950

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Group photograph of the International Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (seated, left-right): E.J. Bradley, M.P. Webster, A. Philip Randolph, Ashley L. Totten, C.L. Dellums, (standing, left-right): Bennie Smith, Thomas T. Patterson, G.C. Garron, John M. Mills, A.R. Dailey, Henry Yates, James Bell [108] 1950

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters waiting to march in parade [125] circa 1950

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters marching in parade [169] circa 1950

 

New York City Mayor Impellitteri's banquet for A. Philip Randolph

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Dinner banquet (left-right): Mrs. A. Philip Randolph, Mrs. Vincent Impellitteri, Mrs. Bessie Buchanan, Mrs. Williams [052] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): Comm. Ray Jones, unidentified, unidentified, Mrs. Helena Wilson, Mrs. Bennie Smith, Bennie Smith, Judge Rivers, Mrs. W.P. Webster, W.P. Webster [053] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): Mrs. Ashley L. Totten, Mrs. A. Philip Randolph, Mrs. Vincent Impellitteri, Mrs. Bessie Buchanan, Mrs. Williams, unidentified, unidentified, Jack Blumstein, Mrs. Edith Alexander [054] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): B.F. McLaurin, Mrs. Totten, Mrs. M. McLaurin, Willie Richardson [055] circa 1950s

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Luncheon with A. Philip Randolph and four unidentified men [056] circa 1950s

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Two unidentified men talking at table [057] circa 1950s

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A. Philip Randolph addressing guests at luncheon tendered by mayor's committee at the Waldorf Astoria [058] circa 1950s

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Policemen choir singing at luncheon [059] circa 1950s

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(left-right): Frank Crosswaith, A. Philip Randolph, Joe Ryan [060] circa 1950s

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Banquet (left-right): Col. Leopold Phillips, Frank Crosswaith, Police Commissioner O'Brien, Robert Wagner Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Grover Whalen, Mayor Vincent Impellitteri, Maurice Tobin, A. Ralph Bunche, Ashley L. Totten [061] circa 1950s

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Group photograph on the steps of city hall following a reception for A. Philip Randolph by the mayor's committee [062] circa 1950s

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(left-right) B.F. McLaurin, Bennie Smith, Mrs. Bennie Smith, A.R. Dailey (standing), G.C. Garron [063] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): A.R. Blanchette, Mr. and Mrs. Manson of Chicago, Ed Lewis of NYC Urban League, Ernest Smith of Chicago, C.S. Wells of Cleveland [111] circa 1950s

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Group photograph with standing (left-right): unidentified man, Maurice Tobin, James J. Lyons, Ashley L. Totten, Ralph Bunche, seated (left-right): unidentified man, Robert Wagner, A. Philip Randolph, [112] circa 1950s

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Maurice Tobin shaking hands with A. Philip Randolph [113] circa 1950s

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Group photograph (left-right): James J. Lyons, Ashley L. Totten, Robert Wagner Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Wesley Williams [114] 1965

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A. Philip Randolph, Lucille Campbell Green, Vincent Impellitteri, with four unidentified women [115] circa 1950s

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C.L. Dellums, A. Philip Randolph, Mrs. McLaurin and two unidentified women [116] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): Bernard Gilroy, B.F. McLaurin, Mrs. McLaurin, William H. Howe, J. Kanter [117] circa 1950s

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Unidentified men and women at dinner banquet [118] 1950

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Group photograph on the steps of city hall following a reception for A. Philip Randolph by the mayor's committee [119] circa 1950s

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Lucille Campbell Green shaking hands with Vincent Impellitteri next to Maurice Tobin [120] undated

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Group photograph (left-right): Mrs. E.J. Bradley, Thomas T. Patterson, A. Ralph Bunche, Mrs. M.P. Webster, A. Philip Randolph, Lucille Campbell Green, Vincent Impellitteri, B.F. McLaurin, Mrs. McLaurin, Mrs. Ashley Totten, Mrs. B. Smith, Mrs. T.D. McNeal, Grover Whalen, J.C. Mills [121] circa 1950s

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Group photograph (left-right): Bennie Smith, Mrs. Bennie Smith, G.C. Garron, Mrs. Ashley Totten, A.R. Blanchette, T.D. McNeal, Mrs. McNeal, Ernest Smith [122] circa 1950s

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Group photograph (left-right): E.J. Bradley, Mrs. Bradley, Lucille Campbell Green, William H. Bowe, Mrs. M.P. Webster, Theodore E. Brown, James Bell Sr., M.P. Webster [123] circa 1950s

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Ralph Bunche delivering speech with A. Philip Randolph (left), Vincent Impellitteri (right), Maurice Tobin seated [126] circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph and Vincent Impellitteri shaking hands next to (left-right) Mrs. M.P. Webster, Lucille Campbell Green, B.F. McLaurin, Bennie Smith [127] circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph and Vincent Impellitteri shaking hands next to Ashley Totten (left) and Grover Whalen (far right) [128] circa 1950s

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Ralph Bunche and Vincent Impellitteri shaking hands, also pictured (left-right): Ashley Totten, Thomas T. Patterson, Mrs. E.J. Bradley, Ralph Bunche, Mrs. M.P. Webster, A. Philip Randolph, Vincent Impellitteri, B.F. McLaurin, Mrs. McLaurin [129] circa 1950

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Mrs M.P. Webster, A. Philip Randolph, Lucille Campbell Green, Vincent Impellitteri, Mrs B.F. McLaurin [130] circa 1950

 

28th Annual Meeting of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

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Group photograph of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters leadership (left to right): James Bell, M.P. Webster, C.L. Dellums, Ashley L. Totten, A. Philip Randolph, Grover Whalen [025] 1950

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Group photograph of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention [026] 1950

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Meeting session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [with negative] [027] 1953

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Meeting session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [028] 1953

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Unidentified church congregation [029] undated

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Group standing around buffet table [030] undated

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Two women sitting at typewriters [031] undated

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Meeting session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [?] [032] 1953

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C.L. Dellums with group of men reading in chairs [033] circa 1950s

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Members of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters women's auxiliary sitting at table [034] circa 1950s

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Women's auxiliary meeting of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [035] 1953

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C.L. Dellums, Ashley Totten, and A. Philip Randolph on stage at a session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [036] 1953

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C.L. Dellums speaking in front of session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [037] 1953

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C.L. Dellums and A. Philip Randolph at SBC lectern [with negative] [038] circa 1950s

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A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with unidentified man [039] circa 1950s

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C.L. Dellums with three unidentified men in front of microphone with band in the background [040] undated

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B.F. McLaurin standing at microphone handing envelope to group of women [041] circa 1950s

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C.L. Dellums speaking in front of a session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [042] 1953

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Union Pacific train [043] circa 1950s

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C.L. Dellums with group of unidentified men in meeting [044] circa 1950s

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Attendees of the convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters with suitcases on train platform in front of Pullman traincar [045] 1953

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters leadership seated behind lectern at session of the 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Los Angeles Division [046] 1953

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Attendees of the convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters with suitcases on train platform in front of Pullman traincar [047] 1953

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C.L. Dellums, A. Philip Randolph, and unidentified man at 28th anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [048] 1953

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International Executive Board of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [049] 1953

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C.L. Dellums and eight men in group photograph [050] circa 1950s

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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters dinner banquet (left-right): A.R. Blanchette, Al Daley, C.L. Dellums, and L.J. Shackelford Jr. [051] 1971

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Unidentified man speaking to the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [064] 1950

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Reception for delegates and friends at the ballroom of the Theresa Hotel at the convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [065] circa 1950s

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Dr. Ralph Bunche, William Green, and A. Philip Randolph [066] undated

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Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (left-right): John C. Mills, James Bell, M.P. Webster, E.J. Bradley, C.L. Dellums, A. Philip Randolph, G.C. Garron, Bennie Smith, A.R. Dailey, Henry Gates, Theodore E. Brown [067] 1950

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A. Philip Randolph giving speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [068] 1950

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Ralph Bunche, A. Philip Randolph, and Milton P. Webster sitting in chairs [069], circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph delivering a speech [070] circa 1950s

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Ralph Bunche delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [071] 1950

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C.L. Dellums, Ralph Bunche, and Ashley L. Totten talking [072] circa 1950s

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Father John LaFarge delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [073] 1965

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William Green and A. Philip Randolph talking [074] 1950

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Unidentified man delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [075] 1950

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Harold A. Stevens delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [076] 1950

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Ralph Bunche delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [077] 1950

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Dinner banquet (left-right): Wesley Williams, unidentified, Richard Bourne-Vonneck, unidentified, unidentified, Theodore E. Brown, Mrs. McNeal, T.D. McNeal [110] undated

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A. Philip Randolph delivering speech at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [124] 1950

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Seated at dining table (left-right): Carolyn McWatt, Rosina C. Tucker, A.R. Dailey, Nora Fant, Fannie Caviness, B.F. McLaurin, Ashley L. Totten, Mrs. Totten [131] circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph cutting cake next to B.F McLaurin, Charles Burton, and Ashley Totten at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [132] 1950

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Dinner banquet (left-right): James Johnson, unidentified person, C.L. Dellums, Thomas T. Patterson, Mrs. E.J. Bradley, E.J. Bradley [133] circa 1950s

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Dinner banquet (left-right): M.P. Webster, Lucille Campbell Green, A. Philip Randolph, C.L. Dellums, unidentified, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Bennie Smith, Bennie Smith, E.J. Bradley, Mrs. Bradley [134] circa 1950s

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Two unidentified women next to chart titled, Growth of the Brotherhood 1931-1945 [135] circa 1950s

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A. Philip Randolph holding watch at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [136] 1950

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Prize winners at the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters workshop (left-right): Estelle Samuels (New York City), Maxine Thompson (Los Angeles), Dora Jacobs (Hollywood) [137] circa 1950s

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Helena Wilson, A. Philip Randolph, and Rosina C. Tucker [138] circa 1950

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Group of men and women shaking hands [139] circa 1950

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Group photograph of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [140] circa 1950

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Prize winners at the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters workshop (left-right): Estelle Samuels (New York City), Maxine Thompson (Los Angeles), Dora Jacobs (Hollywood) [141] circa 1950

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Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters workshop (left-right): Ella McBride (Denver), Sarah Harper (New York City), Rosina C. Tucker (Washington D.C.), Katherine Lassiter (New York), Elizabeth Craig (Washington D.C.), Maisie Sandle (Washington D.C.) [142] circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph standing next to winners of the Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Meritorious Service Award winners [143] circa 1950

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Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Philadelphia Division holding banner in street parade [with negative][144] circa 1950

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Presentation of plaque to Mrs. Agnes Thornton of Chicago Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters for bringing in largest number of new members, also pictured (left-right): Helena Wilson, A. Philip Randolph, Mrs. Thornton, Ernest Smith, John C. Mills [145] circa 1950

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Philadelphia delegates to the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [146] 1950

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Unidentified woman speaking while other unidentified woman arranges the letters Randolph on table at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [147] 1950

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Ashley Totten addressing meeting at the Silver Jubilee and 7th Biennial Convention of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters [148] 1950

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A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with Joseph L. Rauh Jr. [149]  1950

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Convention session, Skyline Ballroom at the Hotel Theresa, New York City, New York [150] 1950

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Platform guests sitting at convention session [151] 1950

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C.L. Dellums speaking at 4th International [153] 1950

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Six boys wearing Pullman Company uniforms [165] circa 1950s

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Group photograph of eight men and women standing in front of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porter posters [166] circa 1950s

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William Green standing next to B.F. McLaurin [167] circa 1950

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A. Philip Randolph shaking hands with William J. Kennedy [168] circa 1950

 

Fair Employment Practices Commission

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Group photograph (left-right): Elton Brombacker, Carmen Warschaw, C.L. Dellums, Governor Edmund 'Pat' Brown, John Anson Ford, Dwight Zook [008] circa 1960s

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Group photograph (left-right): Dwight Zook, Elton Brombacker, Carmen Warschaw, John Anson Ford, C.L. Dellums [009] circa 1960s

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C.L. Dellums in group photograph [010] undated

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C.L. Dellums standing with unidentified man at a meeting of the Fair Employment Practices Commission [019] 1973

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Governor Pat Brown signing the Fair Employment Practices Commission bill [152] 1959

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Governor Pat Brown signing Hawkins Housing Bill with C.L. Dellums in background [161] circa 1960s

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Group photograph of members of the California Fair Employment Relations Commission [163] 1959

 

Family photographs

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Portrait of C.L. Dellums [001] 1917

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Unidentified man on sidewalk holding straw hat [002] circa 1910s

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Portrait of C.L. Dellums [003] circa 1920s

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Portrait of C.L. Dellums [005] circa 1950

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Portrait of C.L. Dellums [006] circa 1920

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Portrait of Walter Lee Dellums [012] undated

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Group of unidentified young people standing and sitting outside building [013] circa 1910s

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C.L. Dellums standing on deck steps with four men [014] circa 1910s

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Portrait of C.L. Dellums [172] circa 1980s

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C.L. Dellums standing with top hat [176] circa 1980s

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C.L. Dellums standing with top hat [177] circa 1980s

 

Assorted

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C.L. Dellums in group photograph [011] undated

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Sidney Poitier shaking hands with Ronald Dellums [171] circa 1970s

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Chimney of building next to Union 76 tire station undated