Title: Papers, 1871-1926 Description: 0.5 linear ft.
Notes: Educator, government official, of Washington, DC. Correspondence, programs, reports, resolutions, memorabilia, and other papers, documenting Turner's association with the Masons and Howard University; personal diaries, including accounts of expenditures and description of the unveiling ceremonies of the Lincoln statue at Lincoln Park in Washington, 1876; and newspaper clippings on selected individuals, events, institutions, and places. Gift.
Subjects: Blacks; Organizations and societies Freemasons; Turner, Edward Walter Freemasons (Fraternal organization); Blacks Freemasons (Fraternal organization); Washington, DC. Howard University; Students; Turner, Edward Walter Howard University, Washington, DC Lincoln Park, Washington, DC Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Statues Lincoln, Abraham; Monuments and memorials; Washington, DC Monuments and memorials; Lincoln, Abraham; Washington, DC Parks; Washington, DC Statues; Lincoln, Abraham Teachers and teaching; Washington, DC Washington, DC; Education; Teachers and teaching Washington, DC; Natural resources; Parks Washington, DC; Organizations and societies
Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.114 NUCMC #: MS 83-1260
Staff, MSRC, "TURNER, Edward" (2015). Manuscript Division Finding Aids. 195.