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Title: Papers, 1934-1970 Description:3.5 linear ft.

Notes: Educator, public relations officer and government official. Correspondence, press releases, scrapbooks, clippings, programs, memorabilia, tape recordings, photos, and other papers, from Hubbard's career in public relations in government and the private sector and her early career as a teacher at Hampton Institute (Va.). Best documented is her service as U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for public affairs, 1964-1970, and her work with the creative dance group at Hampton Institute before World War II. Most of the correspondence consists of letters of congratulation on her appointment as deputy assistant secretary. Includes biographical material on Hubbard's father, Robert Russa Moton. Gift of Mrs. Hubbard, 1971.

Subjects: Charities and charitable societies; Washington, DC; United Givers Fund Colleges and universities; Virginia Dances and dancing Federal Security Agency; Community War Services Office; Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), recreation representative Gartenhaus, Stanley Girl Scouts of America; Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), community relations advisor Hampton Institute; Creative Dance Group Hampton Institute (VA.); Faculty member's papers Johnson, Lyndon Baines Moton, Charlotte Moton, Robert R. (Robert Russa), 1867-1940 Public relations Radio stations; Washington, DC; WLIB State Department; Public Affairs; Hubbard, Charlotte (Moton), deputy assistant secretary Television stations; Washington, DC; WTOP Tuskegee Institute; Principals; Moton, Robert Russa United Givers Fund, Washington, D.C. United States; Department of State; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs Virginia; Education; Colleges and universities WLIB (radio station), Washington, DC WTOP (television station), Washington, DC Washington, DC; Radio stations; WLIB Washington, DC; Radio stations; WTOP Washington, DC; United Givers Fund

Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.59 NUCMC #: MS 83-1239