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Title: Papers, 1917-1980s Description: 44 linear ft.

Notes: Afro-American historian, administrator, author, civil rights activist, and Howard University faculty member. Personal and family papers, teaching materials, correspondence, travel documents, speeches, writings and book reviews, organizational files, subject files, printed materials, photographs, memorabilia, and audiotapes and films, relating to Logan's activities as a scholar and advocate of human rights. Includes materials relating to his association with Alpha Phi Alpha, Howard University, the Peace Corps, and Unesco, and to the preparation of the Dictionary of American Negro Biography (1982). Dictionary of American Negro Biography files restricted. Gift of Michael Winston, 1983.

Subjects: Afro-American authors -- Washington (DC) lcsh Afro-American college teachers -- Washington (DC) lcsh Afro-American historians -- Washington (DC) lcsh Afro-Americans -- Civil rights. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Human rights workers -- Washington (DC) lcsh Human rights advocacy. Howard University -- Faculty. Peace Corps (US) Unesco.

Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NUCMC #: DCLV96-A946