Cooper, Anna Julia, 1860-1964
Papers, 1881-1958
5 linear ft.

Educator and author. Includes writings by Anna J. Cooper, biographical data, memorabilia, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and clippings for her book on the Grimké family. There is some material relating to her tenure as President of Frelinghuysen University, 1930-1941.

Cromwell, Mary E., 1876-1966
See: Cromwell Family Papers, 1849-1955
Member of the Cromwell Family. Personal papers include material documenting the wide variety of organizations with which she was affiliated, writings, memorabilia, and travel notes.

Cromwell, Otelia, 1874-1972
See: Cromwell Family Papers, 1849-1955
Writer and member of the Cromwell Family. Personal papers include reviews of her book, Lucretia Mott; printed material, records of the Book and Quill club, Miner Teacher's College, D.C., and over 1000 postcards and reprints of paintings.

Dubois, Shirley, 1896-1977
See: Kwame Nkrumah Papers, 1955-1987
Second wife and widow of W.E.B. DuBois. Collection includes correspondence between Mrs. DuBois and Kwame Nkrumah.

Dunnigan, Alice A., 1906-1983
Papers, 1947-1977
13 linear feet
Journalist, educator, and politician. Correspondence, writings, newspaper clippings, press passes, and invitations highlight the career of the first African American woman journalist accredited to the White House, Senate, and House of Representative Press Corps. The bulk of the material relates to Dunnigan's work as education consultant for the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity.

Dykes, Eva B., 1893-1986
Papers, 1914-1977
.25 linear ft.
Educator, author, musician, and church leader. This collection documents the life of the first African American woman to finish the requirements for the Ph.D. degree. It contains several biographical pieces, transcripts from interviews, and correspondence reflecting her devotion to scholarship and to the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Included also are articles by and about Dr. Dykes, poetry, promotional announcements for her publications, photographs, and programs of her speaking engagements and music recitals.

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May 2000