Confronting the Veil: Abram Harris, Jr., E. Franklin Frazier, and Ralph Bunche, 1919-1941

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During the course of my research, most of my energy was devoted to leafing through manuscript collections. I note these collections in the main body of the bibliography. The collections and publications of this book's three central figures, however, demand a clarifying note. The Abram Harris Papers at Howard University are very small, consisting mainly of research notes for his early monographs. In order to explore Harris's thought (aside from his correspondence), I turned to his published work of the 1920s and 1930s. Fortunately, William Darity Jr. saw fit to edit a collection of Harris's essays. I relied heavily upon this collection when dealing with Harris and have listed below those articles that I used extensively. I did use a number of essays, however, that Darity chose not to include yet are important to this project. I cite these essays below. The E. Franklin Frazier Papers at Howard University are quite large and bursting with information regarding the New Deal era. Frazier almost always kept rough drafts of his essays. I have cited these drafts in the bibliographical section where articles appear. The Ralph Bunche Papers at the University of California, Los Angeles are vast. The raw material for several books and countless dissertations is there. Bunche maintained meticulous records of his speaking engagements and work, published and unpublished. I list the speeches I use as unpublished documents. They appear in the bibliographical section on articles.
Archival Sources
Amherst, Mass.
University of Massachusetts, Archives W. E. B. Du Bois Papers [microfilm]
Chicago, Ill.
University of Chicago, Regenstein Library Archives Frank Knight Papers
Evanston, Ill.
Northwestern University, Archives Melville Herskovits Papers
Los Angeles, Calif.
University of California, Los Angeles, Special Collections Ralph Bunche Papers

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