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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Kansas Branch

Creator: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Date: 1914-1955

Level of Description: Coll./Record Group

Material Type: Manuscripts

Call Number: Microfilm, MS 1386-MS 1396

Unit ID: 49103

Restrictions: No interlibrary loan.

Summary: The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was established to promote equal rights and opportunities for all individuals within American society, founded in 1911. Records of the Kansas conference and branches in the State showing implementation of national goals at the State & local level, information on each unit, position papers, biographical sketches of key members, newspaper clippings, and copies of Crisis, the organizational newsletter. The records reflect more the development of the organization than specific civil-rights activity in Kansas. See finding aid for index by city.

Space Required/Quantity: Microfilm

Title (Main title): National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Kansas Branch

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Microfilm:

  • MS 1386: 1918-39, Abilene-Coffeyville, Kansas State conference
  • MS 1387: 1918-39, Columbus--Kansas City (1930)
  • MS 1388: 1918-39, Kansas City (1931)--Ottawa
  • MS 1389: 1918-39, Parsons-Topeka
  • MS 1390: 1918-39, Weir City--Winfield
  • MS 1391: 1940-55, Abilene--Graham County
  • MS 1392: 1940-55, Hutchinson--Kansas City (1950)
  • MS 1393: 1940-55, Kansas City (1951)--St. Joseph
  • MS 1394: 1940-55, Kansas State conference (1943-50), Topeka-Winfield
  • MS 1395: 1951-55, Kansas State conference
  • MS 1396: 1955-65, Crawford County--Wichita

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    NAACP -- Kansas

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Restrictions: No interlibrary loan.