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Title: Papers, 1890-1981 Description: 9 linear ft.

Notes: Afro-American educator, clergyman, and scholar born in Ghana. Personal papers, correspondence, writings, biographical materials, publications concerning Africa, and photographs relating to Aggrey's activities in North Carolina, New York, and Africa on behalf of education for African blacks and; Afro-Americans, and racial harmony. Includes materials about the Prince of Wales College and School (later the Achimota School) in Ghana, which Aggrey helped to establish, and studies on education in Africa conducted under the auspices of the Phelps-Stokes Fund; together with information about the career of Aggrey's wife, educator Rose Douglass Aggrey. Gifts of Abna Aggrey Lancaster, Rosebud Douglass Aggrey, O. Rudolph Aggrey

Subjects: Afro-American clergy. lcsh Afro-American teachers. lcsh Afro-Americans -- Education Aggrey, Rose Douglass Blacks -- Education -- Africa Blacks -- Education -- Ghana Phelps-Stokes Fund Prince of Wales College and School (Achimota, Ghana) United States -- Race relations

Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.131 NUCMC Number: DCLV96-A502