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Bruce, Helen E. Occupations for Negro Women in Los Angeles, 1933.
Burch, Edward A. Civil Rights and the Negro, 1936.
Somerville, J.A. The Negro in California (Somerville Study), 1936.
Burch, Edward A. Change in the Outlook of the Negro Client Toward the Negro Worker, 1938.
Burger, Alice. Negro Labor Unions in the Transportation Industry in Los Angeles, 1938.
Burger, Alice. The Vocational Guidance and Training of Negro Youth in Los Angeles, 1938.
Glenn, Sollace, Harlem Artists Guild. Survey of Number of Negro Artists Employed by the Federal Art Project [Letter only], undated.
Evans, Roy. Negro Building and Spending Power of Los Angeles, California, undated.
O'Neal, Joseph B. Vocation and Industry, 1939(?).
Lamb, Bonnie Theodora. Letter to [Exploratory Committee on Negro Welfare?], 1939.
Council of Social Agencies of Los Angeles. Division of Family Welfare and Adult Services Subcommittee on the Negro Community. Findings, 1940.
Holton, Karl. Deteriorating Zone Committee. Notes on the Negro Districts in Los Angeles ... including “Central Avenue” Area, 1940.
Eastside Labor's Protective Committee [Letterhead only], 1942.
Gooden, J.E. “What can Negroes Do Themselves, in the Los Angeles Area, to Help Create a More Respectful Attitude on Part of the White People of This Area” [questionnaire answer].
Jones, Lillian. The Negroes of Los Angeles, undated.
Gowens, Norman C. Correspondence with Floyd Covington [Executive Director, Los Angeles Urban League] re “The Right Action,” 1944.
Houston, Norman O. Survey on Negro Business and Businessmen, 1944.
Simmons, Herbert. National Urban League, 1945.
Institute of Social Research. Interview and survey instructions, undated.
Miller, Loren [Survey response?], undated.
McWilliams, Carey. Report on Importation of Negro Labor to California. Division on Immigration and Housing, 1939-1942.
Baruch, Dorothy W. Resumé and Guggenheim proposal, and related correspondence, 1943-1944.
Floyd Covington / Charles S. Johnson (Fisk University) correspondence, 1940, 1942.
Covington, Floyd. Employment figures of Negroes in War Industries (letter dated April 6, 1943), 1943.
Covington, Floyd. Exploratory Survey Racial Tension Areas, 1942.
Floyd Covington / Charles Johnson (Fisk University) correspondence, 1943.
Taylor, Alfred Marie. Program Changes in Local Urban Leagues. Schedule and correspondence, 1943.
Covington, Floyd. Field Report, Trends of Race Relations, 1944.
Floyd Covington / Charles Johnson [Fisk University] correspondence, 1944-1945.
Smith, William T. The Negro in Hollywood, n.d. [1937?].
Floyd Covington / Carnegie Institute correspondence re The Negro in Motion Pictures, 1940.
Historical Background of Negro Survey, undated.
Hart, LeRoy S. The Negro is L.A. County, undated.
“Negroes in Outstanding Positions and Who Have Achieved Much in the Several Fields of Business” (Charleston, West Virginia)--Letter form I.J.K. Wells and nomination form, 1936.
National Urban League correspondence, 1940.
Carnegie-Myrdal Study, 1939-1940
Correspondence from Ralph Bunche and questionnaire, 1939.
Letter, 1939 November 2, Washington D.C. to Mr. Floyd C. Covington, Los Angeles, California 1939 November 2
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Outline and William Shapiro's Suggested Outline Negro Research Projects (California), 1940.
Form 1) Community for which report is made, 1940(?).
Form 2) Political Activity Schedule, 1940(?).
Form 3) Recreation & Leisure Time Schedule, undated.
Form 4) Survey of the Negro Wage Earner in Los Angeles, 1940(?).
Form 5) Negro Business & Businesses, 1940(?).
Form 6) Relief and Housing, 1940.
Form 7) Churches & Lodges Schedule, 1940(?).
Form 8) Education, 1940(?).
Form 9) Migration Schedule, 1940(?).
Form 10) Racial Attitudes Schedule, 1940(?).
Incomplete copy [of study], 1940(?).