Guide to the Hugh Pearson papers, 1950-2007

(bulk 1990-2004)


John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: Manuscripts: 401-863-3723; University Archives: 401-863-2148
Email: Manuscripts: hay@brown.edu; University Archives: archives@brown.edu

Published in 2014

Collection Overview

Title:Hugh Pearson papers
Date range:1950-2007, (bulk 1990-2004)
Creator:Pearson, Hugh
Extent:10.5 Linear feet
Abstract:The materials collected and partly organized by Hugh Pearson consist of correspondence to and from Hugh Pearson, Pearson's writings, including manuscripts; writings by other authors or correspondents, research files, financial files, legal files, personal files, notebooks, clippings, publications, media, photographs, books and restricted files. The papers are dated from 1950 to 2007, but the bulk of the materials are dated from 1990 to 2004.
Language of materials:English
Repository:John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Collection number:Ms.2011.006

Scope & content

The Hugh Pearson papers have been organized into the following 13 series:

Series 1. Correspondence consists of letters written by Hugh Pearson to various individuals, friends, family members, and in some instances the staff where his children attended school. It has been divided into three subseries: Subseries A. Outgoing, Subseries B. Incoming, and Subseries C. Miscellaneous. In the majority of the letters, Pearson writes about his relationship with his partner Nancy Ross and his children. The correspondence includes a sizeable number of letters to the editors of the New York Times. Incoming correspondence to Pearson includes writings by friends, family members, and Nancy Ross, as well as numerous greeting cards such as birthday greetings and other occasional cards. This series also includes correspondence that is untitled and letters to and from people other than Pearson.

Series 2. Writings contains articles written by Pearson for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal,the Washington Post, Newsday, the Village Voice, and Rolling Stone Magazine. Also included are a collection of book reviews, essays, article queries and letters to various editors.

Series 3. Writings by others incorporates writings about Pearson, including book reviews of Shadow of the Panther, and writings by Huey Newton, Bob Dole, and Clarence Thomas. There are also articles on various topics written for the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Village Voice, and other publications.

Series 4. Manuscripts include Deliver Me from Evil, Shadow of the Panther, and a draft copy of Under the Knife. This series also includes chapter summaries, sample chapters, and various proposals.

Series 5. Publications includes copies of the Brown Alumni Monthly, the New Yorker, the San Francisco Chronicle, Center News, the Free Press, and numerous other publications.

Series 6. Research files has been organized into two subseries. Subseries A. Files contains research Pearson created in preparation for the writing of his books. Some of the research file topics include the Black Panther Party, Dr. Joseph H. Griffin, Harlem Hospital, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Huey Newton. Subseries B. Books contains two boxes of books owned by Pearson and annotated by him. In each box the books are arranged alphabetically by the author's last name. A complete list of the books owned by Pearson is in Box 5, Folder 72. Only the books annotated by Pearson were kept with his papers.

Series 7. Financial files consist of various bills, student loan information and forms, receipts, and royalty statements. Some of the financial files are restricted until 2055.

Series 8. Legal files contains publishing agreements, book contracts, employment agreements, and tenant agreements. Some of the legal files are restricted until 2055.

Series 9. Personal files includes biographical information about Mr. Pearson, obituaries, and assorted resumes. This file also contains loose scrap notes along with some maps.

Series 10. Notebooks contains Hugh Pearson's personal notebooks on various topics written while he was working for the New York Times, the New Yorker, and the Wall Street Journal.

Series 11. Clippings includes numerous clippings written for Newsweek, the New Yorker, the Washington Post, and many other magazines and newspapers. The majority of these writings by Pearson and others concern themselves with the subject of African Americans, the Black Panthers, Civil Rights, Rodney King, and Jews in America.

Series 12. Media includes cassettes, VHS tapes, floppy discs, and CD-ROMs. Some of the media files are restricted until 2055.

Series 13. Photographs includes black and white photographs, color photographs and photographic negatives of Hugh Pearson, his children, Nancy Ross, family members, Huey Newton, and scenic locations. Most of the photographs are not dated and the people and places in them are not identified.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged into 13 series:
  • Series 1. Correspondence
  • Series 2. Writings
  • Series 3. Writings by others
  • Series 4. Manuscripts
  • Series 5. Publications
  • Series 6. Research files
  • Series 7. Financial files
  • Series 8. Legal files
  • Series 9. Personal files
  • Series 10. Notebooks
  • Series 11. Clippings
  • Series 12. Media
  • Series 13. Photographs

Biographical note

Huey “Hugh” Lawrence Pearson, Jr. was born September 25, 1957 to Huey and Edith Pearson in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Hugh's sisters are Carol Pearson Stocchi, Jennifer Pearson, and Julie Pearson. During his boyhood Hugh was an avid reader. While in high school, he won the National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Award in Writing. He later wrote that as a teenager, the book The Best and the Brightest by David Halberstam, about the decisions leading the United States into the Vietnam War, convinced him of the need to study harder so that he could attend an Ivy League school. After graduation from Wayne High School in Fort Wayne in 1975, he entered Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he majored in biomedical ethics and wrote for the student newspaper. He graduated in 1979. He entered Meharry Medical College, but after two years of study decided against a medical career.

His adventurous spirit led him to endeavors that included the study of urban planning at the New School for Social Research in New York City and positions in urban development. However, he realized that his calling was writing. His first professional piece was published in New York's Newsday. In 1989, following a freelance career, Hugh moved to San Francisco, where he became an editor and writer for the Pacific News Service, a columnist for the San Francisco Weekly, and a commentator on KPFA radio in Berkeley. In the summer of 1989 the shooting of Black Panther Huey Newton in Oakland, California, rekindled a boyhood interest in Newton, leading to Pearson's first book The Shadow of the Panther: Huey Newton and the Price of Black Power in America. Published in 1994, the book was featured on the cover of the New York Times Book Review. Its success led to his appearance on the C-SPAN program "Booknotes" on August 21, 1994.

Pearson later took a positon on the editiorial staff of the Wall Street Journal. He remained in that position, writing about urban affairs, for two years. He then briefly became a columnist for the Village Voice. Pearson then resumed freelance writing and authored two additional books. Under the Knife: How a Wealthy Negro Surgeon Wielded Power in the Jim Crow South, published in 2000, was an homage to his great uncle Joseph Griffin, a highly accomplished doctor. His next book, When Harlem Nearly Killed King: The 1958 Stabbing of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was published in 2002. Pearson also owned the website NYAge.net.

In the fall of 2000 he was invited numerous times to be a guest commentator on the Fox News Channel program "Hannity and Colmes." He appeared on the show more than six times from the 2000 to 2002. He was one of many political commentators during the 2000 presidential election featured on MSNBC TV. In February 2002, he was interviewed on the ABC TV program "Nightline" by reporter Michelle Martin regarding former Black Panther and SNCC leader Jamil Al-Amin (the former H. Rap Brown), who had just been convicted of the murder of an Atlanta police officer. On September 5, 2000 he appeared on the National Public Radio program "The Tavis Smiley Show" to discuss his book When Harlem Nearly Killed King.

In the spring of 2001 Pearson became a teaching fellow with the New York City Teaching Fellows program, teaching literature and writing to troubled youths in a middle school in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. The following year he returned to a career as an author and freelance journalist. He then became a monthly open editor contributor to the "Viewpoints" section of Newsday (the New York City edition). At the time of his death he was working on a biography of James Weldon Johnson, who wrote the lyrics for the Negro National Anthem "Lift Every Voice and Sing."

In 1997, he became the father of twins, Francesca and Nathanel Pearson, with his partner Nancy Ross. Pearson was preceded in death by his mother, Edith Richardson Pearson; his maternal grandparents, Crawford and Mary Richardson, and his paternal grandparents, Nathan and Bessie Pearson. Hugh Pearson died in Brooklyn, New York, in August 2005.

Access & Use

Access to the collection: The files in Box 9 are restricted until 2055. The remainder of the collection has no restrictions on access, except that the collection can only be seen by prior appointment. Some materials may be stored off-site and cannot be produced on the same day on which they are requested.
Use of the materials: All researchers seeking to publish materials from the collections of the John Hay Library are requested to complete a Notice of Intent to Publish, prior to reproducing, quoting, or otherwise publishing any portion or extract from this collection. Brown University owns the literary rights for all unpublished materials in the collection. It is up to the researcher to determine the owners of the literary rights for published materials and to obtain any necessary permissions from them. Specifically, Brown University does not own the literary rights to the book "When Harlem Nearly Killed King: the 1958 Stabbing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." published by Seven Stories Press, 2004.
Preferred citation:Guide to the Hugh Pearson papers, Ms.2011.006, Brown University Library.
Contact information: John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: Manuscripts: 401-863-3723; University Archives: 401-863-2148
Email: Manuscripts: hay@brown.edu; University Archives: archives@brown.edu

Administrative Information

ABOUT THE COLLECTION 
Acquisition: The Hugh Pearson papers were donated to the Brown University Library by Nancy Ross in 2010.
ABOUT THE FINDING AID 
Author:Finding aid prepared by Joanne Tandy and Tatyana Badalyan.
Encoding:This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2014-06-24
Descriptive rules:Finding aid based on Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS)

Additional Information

Other information:
    Brown University Library catalog record for this collection: Hugh Pearson papers

Inventory


Series 1. Correspondence, 1980 Sep 15-2005

Series 1. Subseries A. Outgoing, 1990-2005
Box 1, Folder 1-31

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 1David Asman
1996
Box 1, Folder 2Robert Bartley
1994-1997
Box 1, Folder 3Bob Doyle
1994-1995
Box 1, Folder 4John Edozie
1996-1997
Box 1, Folder 5Henrik Hertzberg
1997
Box 1, Folder 6Madeline Kiser
1997-2003
Box 1, Folder 7New York Times
1993-2003
Box 1, Folder 8Pearson Family
1997-2002
Box 1, Folder 9Ross, Bob and Ross, Sheila
2000
Box 1, Folder 10Nancy Ross
1997-2000
Box 1, Folder 11Amber Rutland
1996-2004
Box 1, Folder 12Swiss Priss
2004
Box 1, Folder 13A
1996-2003
Box 1, Folder 14B
1996-2004
Box 1, Folder 15C
1996-1999
Box 1, Folder 16D
1995-1997
Box 1, Folder 17E
1990-1997
Box 1, Folder 18F
1991-1997
Box 1, Folder 19G
1996-2005
Box 1, Folder 20H
1990-2004
Box 1, Folder 21J
1991-1996
Box 1, Folder 22K
1993-1996
Box 1, Folder 23L
1991-2003
Box 1, Folder 24M
1990-2003
Box 1, Folder 25N
1990-2003
Box 1, Folder 26O
1996-1997
Box 1, Folder 27P
1997
Box 1, Folder 28R
1996-1997
Box 1, Folder 29S
1992-2003
Box 1, Folder 30T-Z
1990-2003
Box 1, Folder 31Untitled
1991-2003

Series 1. Subseries B. Incoming, 1991-2004, undated
Box 1, Folder 32-68

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 32G.H. Amber
1991
Box 1, Folder 33William Bell
1994-1996
Box 1, Folder 34Chang Ching Ming
Box 1, Folder 35Bob Doyle
1994
Box 1, Folder 36Diana Etheridge
Contents Note: includes article Don't Tell Her No, photographs and a flyer from Optimist Club

Box 1, Folder 37Madeline Kiser
1994-1997
Box 1, Folder 38Michael Meyers
Contents Note: includes letter to Frank Rhodes president of Cornell from New York Civil Rights Coalition regarding racially identifiable dorms

Box 1, Folder 39Pearson Family
Box 1, Folder 40Colin L. Powell
1994
Box 1, Folder 41Bente Rickmers
Box 1, Folder 42Nancy Ross
Box 1, Folder 43Amber N. Rutland
1991-1995
Box 1, Folder 44Eric Simonoff
Contents Note: Janklow and Nesbit Associates

1997-2004
Box 1, Folder 45Jim Sleeper
1995
Box 1, Folder 46Clarence Thomas
1995
Box 1, Folder 47Elizabeth Vidal
1995
Box 1, Folder 48A
Box 1, Folder 49B
Box 1, Folder 50C
Box 1, Folder 51D
Box 1, Folder 52E
Box 1, Folder 53F
Box 1, Folder 54G
Box 1, Folder 55H
Box 1, Folder 56J
Box 1, Folder 57K
Box 1, Folder 58L
Box 1, Folder 59M
Box 1, Folder 60N
Box 1, Folder 61O
Box 1, Folder 62P
Box 1, Folder 63R
Box 1, Folder 64S
Box 1, Folder 65T
Box 1, Folder 66U-V
Box 1, Folder 67W
Box 1, Folder 68Untitled

Series 1. Subseries C. Miscellaneous, 1980 Sep 15-2005
Box 1, Folder 69

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 69Correspondence between others

Series 2. Writings
Box 2, Folder 1-180

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 2, Folder 1Absence of a Father Hurts Children of All Backgrounds
Box 2, Folder 2The Africa American Blacks Dont Talk About
Box 2, Folder 3An African American Among Black and White
Box 2, Folder 4An African American from Brooklyn Comes to San Francisco
Box 2, Folder 5African American Sidestep Involvement in African Affairs
Contents Note: Pacific News Service August 7, 1990

Box 2, Folder 6After O.J. Racial Divide Simply Grows
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal October 11, 1995

Box 2, Folder 7Afterall Why Do You Think They're Called Blacks
Box 2, Folder 8The American Dream West Indian Style
Box 2, Folder 9The Angst of a Privileged Class
Box 2, Folder 10Antipoverty Checks Only Create Dependency
Box 2, Folder 11Are We Still too Mentally Calcified
Contents Note: incomplete writing

Box 2, Folder 12An Army Battles Poverty
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal December 23, 1994

Box 2, Folder 13Article About Creating a Third Political Party
Box 2, Folder 14Article Ideas for Maer Roshan of New York Magazine
Box 2, Folder 15As California Copes with Its Hot Button Issues
Box 2, Folder 16At the Center of Americas Racial Dilemma
Box 2, Folder 17The Awful Truth
Contents Note: by Jason Berry, New York Times, March 26, 2000

Box 2, Folder 18The Beatings May Finally Be Over
Box 2, Folder 19Being Black in an Asian City
Box 2, Folder 20The Birth of the New South
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal June 24, 1996

Box 2, Folder 21The Black Academic Environment

Contents Note: Wall Street Journal November 23, 1994

Box 2, Folder 22Black and Jews View the Holocaust
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal April 19, 1996

Box 2, Folder 23Black Critics Split Over Portrayals
Box 2, Folder 24Black Gay Man
Contents Note: KPFA commentary

Box 2, Folder 25Blacks in San Francisco's Counterculture
Box 2, Folder 26Book Review of The Bell Curve
Contents Note: includes remark on HEAF/Harlem Educational

Box 2, Folder 27Book Reviews by Hugh Pearson
Contents Note: Amazon.com

Box 2, Folder 28Can a Neighborhood Ever Have a Perfect Mix
Box 2, Folder 29Can Rasta and Reggae Truly Cross Racial Lines
Box 2, Folder 30Cities Discover Federalism
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal December 8, 1995

Box 2, Folder 31Clinton's Dr. Demento
Contents Note: by Cameron Humphries (Heterodoxy)

Box 2, Folder 32Close Call
Contents Note: a review of Why Harlem Nearly Killed King by Wayne Fields

Box 2, Folder 33Color's Dirty Little Secret
Box 2, Folder 34Coming to Terms in Berkely California
Box 2, Folder 35Coming to terms with our Lationo Future a Personal Memoir
Box 2, Folder 36Conservative Binders
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal March 15, 1996

Box 2, Folder 37Cornucopia of Essays
Box 2, Folder 38Criticism on Autobiography of an American Urban Guerrilla
Box 2, Folder 39Criticism on Styrons Journey to the End of Night
Contents Note: 2 articles

Box 2, Folder 40Dear Colin and Condoleezza
Contents Note: New York Press January 2, 2001

Box 2, Folder 41Developing the Rage to Win
Box 2, Folder 42Don't Throw Away the Truth
Box 2, Folder 43Do New York City Females Lack Sufficient Athletic Outlets
Box 2, Folder 44The End of Racism or Just Its Validation
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal October 5, 1995

Box 2, Folder 45Episode in the Park
Contents Note: relates Jordan's trauma

Box 2, Folder 46Essay on Debating John McWhorter
Box 2, Folder 47Essay on Interracial Dating
Box 2, Folder 48Essay on Jewry I
Box 2, Folder 49Essay on Jewry II
Box 2, Folder 50The Evolution of African American Families
Contents Note: draft

Box 2, Folder 51Examining African American Heroes Warts and All
Box 2, Folder 52Farewell to Uncle Elder
Box 2, Folder 53Filmmaker Charles Burnett
Box 2, Folder 54Fired Columinst Sues Village Voice
Box 2, Folder 55The Flynn Effect Could Be Our Societys Saving Grace
Box 2, Folder 56The Former H. Rap Brown I Once Met
Box 2, Folder 57Friedman's Dilemma
Box 2, Folder 58From Urban Terrorist to American Success
Box 2, Folder 59Get on the Back of the Bus
Box 2, Folder 60Give Black Man the Business and the Education
Contents Note: copy from Newsday January 20, 2004

Box 2, Folder 61Great Things That Gingrich Could Do
Contents Note: Washington Post January 10, 1995

Box 2, Folder 62Hollywood and Me
Contents Note: Village Voice December 31, 1996

Box 2, Folder 63Hollywood's Great Sexual Hangup
Contents Note: copy

Box 2, Folder 64Homeless Campsite
Box 2, Folder 65How Ward Connerly's Campaign is Viewed by Others
Box 2, Folder 66The Iconoclastic Mind of Ishmael Reed
Contents Note: article query for Buzz Magazine August 19, 1993

Box 2, Folder 67The Image Problem Lurking in the Diallo Protests
Contents Note: Newsday April 4, 1999

Box 2, Folder 68The Importance of a Black Baby Doll
Box 2, Folder 69The Important of the Black Gospel Church to America
Box 2, Folder 70In a Conglomerized World
Box 2, Folder 71The Race Relations All of America has Dirty Little Secrets
Contents Note: San Jose Mercury News November 16, 1990

Box 2, Folder 71In the Name of the Father
Contents Note: Village Voice January 14, 1997

Box 2, Folder 72Is Hollywood About to Bite the Bullet
Box 2, Folder 73Japanese in Hollywood Stick with White Heroes and Themes
Contents Note: Pacific News Service April 17, 1991

Box 2, Folder 74Jesse Jackson's Oscar Quotes
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal March 25, 1996

Box 2, Folder 75Karen Gibson Roe
Box 2, Folder 76KPFA
Box 2, Folder 77KPFA Commentary on JFK
Box 2, Folder 78KISS FM
Box 2, Folder 79Last Chance Academy
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal June 8, 1995

Box 2, Folder 80Law Matters
Contents Note: Mother Jones.com July August 1997 issue

Box 2, Folder 81Letter to the Editor on Gangster Rap
Contents Note: New York Times March 7, 1994

Box 2, Folder 82Letters to the Editor on William McGowans Unity 99
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal July 18, 1999

Box 2, Folder 83The Life Journey of Johnny Spain
Box 2, Folder 84Lift Every Voice and Sing the Life of James Weldon Johnson
Contents Note: a film treatment

Box 2, Folder 85Loose Pages from Various Articles
Contents Note: untitled

Box 2, Folder 86Loteria a Traditional Mexican Game of Chance
Box 2, Folder 87Makin Whoop
Contents Note: San Francisco Examiner Magazine March 20, 1994

Box 2, Folder 88Might a Good Look at Present Day Black Africa Forewarn Us of our Own New York City
Box 2, Folder 89The Mirror Doesn't Lie So Why Must We
Box 2, Folder 90A Most Sensitive Subject
Box 2, Folder 91Mr. Steele I Think You Need to do Some Rewriting
Box 2, Folder 92Murder in the Early Morning
Box 2, Folder 93My Fate at the Gate
Contents Note: includes a letter to the editor Toby Harshow

Box 2, Folder 94My Love Hate Relationship
Contents Note: Culturefront a Magazine of the Humanities, winter 1997, volume 5, number 3, volume 6, number 1

Box 2, Folder 95The New Carolina
Box 2, Folder 96No Jim Crow
Box 2, Folder 97Nothing Like Business as Usual in the Images Perpetuated of African American Men
Box 2, Folder 98Not Just the Color of Our Skin
Box 2, Folder 99Obsessed with Woe
Box 2, Folder 100O.J. Simpson and Issue
Contents Note: article query

Box 2, Folder 101Old Fashioned Short Order Diner versus The Yuppie Cafe
Contents Note: Village Voice December 11, 1996

Box 2, Folder 102On Judge A. Leon Higginbotham's Criticism of Justice Clarence Thomas
Box 2, Folder 103On the Essence of the African American Predicament
Box 2, Folder 104One Magnificent Day
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal October 18, 1995

Box 2, Folder 105On New York City Elections
Contents Note: without title

Box 2, Folder 106Our Next Race Question
Contents Note: Harpers Magazine April 1996

Box 2, Folder 107On the Appearance at the Heritage Foundation Lecture
Box 2, Folder 108On the Henry Louis Gates Jr. Ego Gratification Show
Box 2, Folder 109On the New York Times According to Howell Raines
Box 2, Folder 110On the War
Contents Note: handwritten

Box 2, Folder 111The Other Islamic Revolution
Box 2, Folder 112Overcrowding Staff Quarrels in Evidence
Contents Note: by James Booker New York Amsterdam News July 16, 1955

Box 2, Folder 113People Who Need People
Contents Note: Village Voice December 24, 1996

Box 2, Folder 114Perspectives on the Blending Out of New York City
Contents Note: Village Voice Column January 7, 1997

Box 2, Folder 115Please Hammer Do Teach Them
Box 2, Folder 116A Prayer for Ylenia Carrisi
Contents Note: a draft

Box 2, Folder 117Prescription for Beating Drugs
Contents Note: Boston Globe October 19, 1992

Box 2, Folder 118Profile of Maynard Ambre de Lambert
Contents Note: draft with corrections

Box 2, Folder 119Profile of Cornell West for Esquire Magazine
Box 2, Folder 120Proposal for www.excerpts.com
Box 2, Folder 121Proposed Column for Village Voice
Box 2, Folder 122Race Matters
Contents Note: Village Voice November 26, 1996

Box 2, Folder 123Randall's Solution
Box 2, Folder 124The Real Deal Regarding the Unpopularity of Affirative Action
Box 2, Folder 125The Real Rap on Rap
Box 2, Folder 126Reform Party and Realignment by Jude Wannisky
Box 2, Folder 127The Reincarnation of James Welden Johnson
Contents Note: draft

Box 2, Folder 128Responses to the Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: draft

Box 2, Folder 129Review and Outlook The Rutgers Controversy
Box 2, Folder 130Review of Herbert Golds The Best Nightmare on Earth
Contents Note: incomplete

Box 2, Folder 131Review of Jews and the New American Scene
Box 2, Folder 132Review of Radical Son a Generational Odyssey by David Horowitz
Box 2, Folder 133Review of the Terrible Threes
Box 2, Folder 134Rolling Stone Piece on Jamil Al-Amin
Contents Note: revised draft April 28, 2000

Box 2, Folder 135Rolling Stone Piece on Jamil Al-Amin
Contents Note: revised draft May 19, 2000

Box 2, Folder 136Rule of Law Is Jamal Guilty What the Trial Record Says
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal August 23, 1995

Box 2, Folder 137Ryszard Kapuscinsky
Contents Note: a KPFA commentary

Box 2, Folder 138Some Days in the Life of a Dreadlock Wearer
Contents Note: 3 variants

Box 2, Folder 139Self Made Man
Contents Note: about Reginald Lewis

Box 2, Folder 140Short Essays on Race in America
Box 2, Folder 141Short essays on Various Contemporary Subjects
Box 2, Folder 142Should Reading and Writing Instructors Recognize and Use Ebonics in Teaching Students Standard English
Box 2, Folder 143The Significance of Rosewood
Box 2, Folder 144The Souls of Black Folks
Box 2, Folder 145Speak of the Devil
Contents Note: Village Voice December 10, 1996

Box 2, Folder 146Spike Lee Annointed Spokesperson for All Black America
Box 2, Folder 147Street Soldiers
Box 2, Folder 148Strom Thurmond as Father of African American Child
Contents Note: accompanied by Hugh Pearson explanatory letter

Box 2, Folder 149A Supply Side Capital
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal September 21, 1995

Box 2, Folder 150Talk of the Town
Contents Note: ideas for New Yorker

Box 2, Folder 151Television Images in Black and White
Contents Note: Chicago Tribune October 2, 1992

Box 2, Folder 152The Thin Line Between Interpreting News and Inaccurate Reporting
Box 2, Folder 153The Thin Printers Ink Line
Box 2, Folder 154The Third Worlding of California's Counterculture
Box 2, Folder 155Trial by T Shirt
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal August 12, 1994

Box 2, Folder 156Two Bridges Versus Stuyvesant
Contents Note: Village Voice January 21, 1997

Box 2, Folder 157Two Short Essays for Intended Website
Contents Note: My Position on Homosexual Rights; Mountains Beyond Mountains Inadvertantly Serves a Certain Agenda

Box 2, Folder 158The Sacrifice of Harlems 369th
Box 2, Folder 159An Urban Push for Self Reliance
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal February 7, 1996

Box 2, Folder 160Waiting for Promiseius
Contents Note: revised draft

Box 2, Folder 161The Week I Lost My Mind
Box 2, Folder 162Walking a Tight Rope
Box 2, Folder 163The Wages of Atlantas Ambition
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal August 9, 1996

Box 2, Folder 164The Way of the Black Conservative
Contents Note: includes scrapnotes

Box 2, Folder 165A Well Earned Respectability
Box 2, Folder 166What Georgia's New Governor Plans to do
Contents Note: by Andrew Sparks

Box 2, Folder 157What Happens When Three Young Nigerian Born Attorneys Plant Their Stake
Box 2, Folder 168What I Am Convinced Was at Work
Contents Note: incomplete

Box 2, Folder 169What is Public Space in This City Becoming
Box 2, Folder 170What North Carolina Has Overcome
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal July 25, 1996

Box 2, Folder 171When a Hero Almost Let Us Down
Contents Note: Los Angeles Times, November 15, 1990

Box 2, Folder 172When Individualism Clashes
Box 2, Folder 173When Life Closes Door on You
Contents Note: life of Flores Forbes

Box 2, Folder 174Who Speaks for Black America
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal August 29, 1995

Box 2, Folder 175Why Young Black Filmmakers Suddenly Find Themselves with Attentive White Audiences
Box 2, Folder 176A Winning Gambit in Harlem
Contents Note: Wall Street Journal February 17, 1995

Box 2, Folder 177Winston, a Would be Gardening Entrepreneur
Contents Note: Village Voice January 28, 1997

Box 2, Folder 178A Would Be Low Powered FM Station in the Bronx
Box 2, Folder 179Zippidy Doo Dah
1993
Box 2, Folder 180Untitled play
Contents Note: play without title

Series 3. Writings by others, 1969-2004
Box 2, Folder 181196, Folder 1-12

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 2, Folder 181An American Political Fable Mayor Willie Brown
Contents Note: New Yorker October 21 and 28

Box 2, Folder 182The Awful Truth
Contents Note: by Jason Berry, New York Times March 26, 2000

Box 2, Folder 183Being Intimate with Power Vernon Jordan Can Wield It
Contents Note: by Jeff Gerth, New York Times July 14, 1996

Box 2, Folder 184Blacked Out
Contents Note: by Juan Williams

Box 2, Folder 185Book Review for The Shadow of the Panther
Box 2, Folder 186Books of the Times On the Rise and Fall of Huey Newton
Contents Note: by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, New York Times June 30, 1994

Box 2, Folder 187Caste and Class in a Southern Town
Contents Note: by John Dollard

Box 2, Folder 188The Charmer
Contents Note: by Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Box 2, Folder 189Clarence Thomas Blasted for Affirmative Action Vote
Contents Note: by Laurie Asseo

Box 2, Folder 190Conflicted Life
Contents Note: by Ivan Oransky

Box 2, Folder 191Crossover Dreams and Nightmares
Contents Note: by Joh Hoberman, The Boston Sunday Globe August 21, 1994

Box 2, Folder 192Essay on Mr. Andrew Young's Recommendations on the Problems of African American Men and Boys
Contents Note: by Hosea L. Martin

Box 2, Folder 193Fired Columnist Sues Village Voice
Contents Note: Editor and Publisher June 28, 1997

Box 2, Folder 194From Art and Gugue
Contents Note: Maria Negroni translated by Anne Twitty

Box 2, Folder 195Horowitzs Notepad the War at Brown
Contents Note: by David Horowitz FrontPageMagazine.com May 17, 2001

Box 2, Folder 196Hugh Vindicated
Contents Note: by Dennis J. Opatrny San Francisco Journal December 29, 2004

Box 3, Folder 1Independence Way. John Sales... /by Taubin, Amy
Contents Note: The Village Voice

1996 Jun 25
Box 3, Folder 2Journals of firsts. Cuba, 1969 / Wickersham, P.
Contents Note: manuscript; includes letter to Pearson

Box 3, Folder 3Last expedition / by Smith, Donald
Contents Note: manuscript

Box 3, Folder 4Lower taxes, higher revenue / by Kemp, Jack
Box 3, Folder 5Not in the right mind / by Dunkel, Tom
1995
Box 3, Folder 6Our family's story / by Shlaes, Amity
Box 3, Folder 7Paul Auster - the author of chance / by Wilson, Calvin
Box 3, Folder 8Running for daylight / by Will, George F.
Box 3, Folder 9Solaris / by Ross, Nancy
Box 3, Folder 10Taking responsibility for my life... / by Forbes, Flores
Contents Note: edited by Pearson

Box 3, Folder 11An untitled story / by Pearson, Julie
Box 3, Folder 12Voice over / by Eckhoff, Sally
1997

Series 4. Manuscripts
Box 3, Folder 13-34

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 3, Folder 13Deliver me from evil
Box 3, Folder 14Father of dignity
Contents Note: chapter summaries

Box 3, Folder 15Father of dignity
Contents Note: sample chapters

Box 3, Folder 16From Bainbridge to Dublin (a proposal)
Box 3, Folder 17From blindness to blackness...the life of John Howard Griffin
Box 3, Folder 18Hell - the beginning
Contents Note: chapters 1 and 2

Box 3, Folder 19Jim Crow versus the Star of David (a book proposal)
Box 3, Folder 20Making the melting pot...
Box 3, Folder 21Restrained
Contents Note: includes letter to the editor Collier, Peter

Box 3, Folder 22Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: chapters 1-3

Box 3, Folder 23Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: chapters 4-6

Box 3, Folder 24Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: chapters 7-10

Box 3, Folder 25Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: chapters 11-14

Box 3, Folder 26Shadow of the Panther (a book proposal)
Box 3, Folder 27Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: overview and sample chapters

Box 3, Folder 28Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: afterword, acknowledgements, source notes

Box 3, Folder 29Under the knife... (a draft)
Box 3, Folder 30Untitled (1) (a draft)
Box 3, Folder 31Untitled (2)
Box 3, Folder 32Untitled (3)
Box 3, Folder 33The Wizard of Bainbridge
Contents Note: revised chapters 3-5

Box 3, Folder 34The Wizard of Bainbridge
Contents Note: chapter 7; chapter 10

Series 5. Publications, 1991-1997
Box 3, Folder 35-53, Folder 1-9

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 3, Folder 35African Americans in Florida / by Jones, Maxine and McCarthy, Kevin M.
1993
Box 3, Folder 36Alabama's black heritage
Box 3, Folder 37Book Magazine
Contents Note: v.14, issue 6

1994 Nov-Dec
Box 3, Folder 38Brown Alumni Monthly
1994 Nov
Box 3, Folder 39CenterNews (Center of Study for Popular Culture)
1996 Summer
Box 3, Folder 40Chickasaw Removal
1993 Sep
Box 3, Folder 41Common Quest
Contents Note: v.3, no.3-v.4, no.1

Box 3, Folder 42DJ Bulletin
1995 Mar 15
Box 3, Folder 43The Free Press
2000 Spring
Box 3, Folder 44Grants and awards available to American writers
Contents Note: 16th ed.

1990-1992
Box 3, Folder 45Heterology
Contents Note: v.2, no.10

1994 Sep
Box 3, Folder 46Media Alliance
Contents Note: v.12, no.3

1991 Jun-Jul
Box 3, Folder 47Media Life
Contents Note: v.12, no.6

1991 Dec-1992 Jan
Box 4, Folder 48Museletter (Newsletter of San Francisco National Academy of Recording Artists)
Contents Note: v.12, no.5

1994 Oct-Nov
Box 3, Folder 49National Geographic (reprint from 1989 issue)
Box 3, Folder 50National Minority Politics
1994 Oct
Box 3, Folder 51New Republic
1996 Jul
Box 3, Folder 52New York - Fall Preview
Contents Note: v.27, no.36

1994 Sep 12
Box 3, Folder 53New York Observer
1996 Nov 25
Box 4, Folder 1New Yorker
1997 Feb 3
Box 4, Folder 2Ninety two Y street
1996 Fall
Box 4, Folder 3The Observatory
1998 Nov 2
Box 4, Folder 4Politics of poison / by Cahn, Amy Laura and Thompson, Gabriel
Box 4, Folder 5San Francisco Chronicle Review
1991 Apr 14
Box 4, Folder 6Student/Sponsor Partnership Annual Report
1993
Box 4, Folder 7U.S. News and World Report
1997 Mar 24
Box 4, Folder 8Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
1991 Oct
Box 4, Folder 9YO!
Contents Note: v. 6, no. 3

1996 May-Jun

Series 6. Research files, 1950-2001
Box 5, Folder 1-71

Series 6. Subseries A. Files, 1950-2001

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 5, Folder 1African-American family
Box 5, Folder 2Anderson, Faye M. statement for FCC
1995 Dec 12
Box 5, Folder 3John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
Contents Note: articles from Journal of National Medical Association: v. 53, no. 2, March 1961

Box 5, Folder 4Back to Boston - consolidation at home and national decline
Contents Note: regarding The Birth of a Nation

Box 5, Folder 5Bainbridge, Georgia
Box 5, Folder 6Black Panthers Party
Box 5, Folder 7Black Panthers Party - FBI memos
Box 5, Folder 72Books owned by Hugh Pearson
Box 5, Folder 8Brown, Rap H.
Box 5, Folder 9Bush/Gore election notes
Box 5, Folder 10Cancer
Box 5, Folder 11Carter, Sylvester J., M.D.
Box 5, Folder 12Central Park attack of 1996
Box 5, Folder 13Correspondence re Dr. Bunche, Ralph
Box 5, Folder 14Dr. Farmer, Paul
Box 5, Folder 15Dr. Griffin, Joseph H.
Box 5, Folder 16Dr. Griffin, Joseph H. - speeches and interviews
Box 5, Folder 17Drug addicts
Box 5, Folder 18Eye to Eye with Connie Chung
Box 5, Folder 19Georgia
Box 5, Folder 20Governor Griffin, Marvin A.
Box 5, Folder 21Hale, John H.
Box 5, Folder 22Harlem Hospital (1)
Box 5, Folder 23Harlem Hospital (2)
Box 5, Folder 24Interracial relations
Box 5, Folder 25Interview with Belafonte, Harry (University of Utah)
1996 May 6
Box 5, Folder 26Interview with Hiestand, Fred
1994 Jul 5
Box 5, Folder 27Interview with Jackson, Mae
1994 Jul 5
Box 5, Folder 28Interview with Nash, Tom
Box 5, Folder 29Interview with Perry, Joe
1998 Jul 13
Box 5, Folder 30Interview with Sanchez, Sandra Wong
1992 Jun 3
Box 5, Folder 31Interview with Solomon, Peter
Box 5, Folder 32Interview with Taylor, Denny
Contents Note: author of 'Toxic literacies'

Box 5, Folder 33Interview with Williams, Landon
Box 5, Folder 34Interviews on Time Warner store in Manhattan
Box 5, Folder 35Jacksonville, Florida
Contents Note: photocopies from New York Daily Tribune

Box 5, Folder 35AJob status of the Negro professional musician... /by Pugh, Douglas G.
1958 May
Box 5, Folder 36John Hopkins Medical
Box 5, Folder 37Johnson, Grace Neil
Box 5, Folder 38Johnson, James Weldon
Box 5, Folder 39J.T. Banks Sr. rites
1953 Apr 2
Box 5, Folder 40Keeney, John Andrew, M.D.
Contents Note: Journal of the National Medical Association, v.42, no.3, 1950

Box 5, Folder 41Kirbo, Charles H.
Box 5, Folder 42McGill, Ralph
Box 5, Folder 43McLendon Medical Clinic
Box 5, Folder 44Martin Luther King's stabbing incident
Contents Note: includes an essay on Dr. Maynard, attending surgeon

Box 5, Folder 45Meharry Medical College, Nashville Tennessee
Box 5, Folder 46Michaux, Louis
Box 5, Folder 47Negro employment in Atlanta, Georgia in 1940s
Box 5, Folder 48Negro physicians in Atlanta, Georgia in 1940s
Box 5, Folder 49Newton, Huey
Box 5, Folder 50New York mayoral elections
1993
Box 5, Folder 51New York Housing Authority
Box 5, Folder 52Payne, John W. vs Dr. Griffin, J.H.
Contents Note: a court case

Box 5, Folder 53Pearson, Nathan (notes on profile)
Box 5, Folder 54Pilgrim Health vs D. Griffin, J.H. and Pughsley, H.G.
Contents Note: a court case

Box 5, Folder 54APresentation on Howard, T.K.M. / by Beito, David and Royster Beito, Linda
Box 9, Folder 1Prostitution
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

court case

1996
Box 5, Folder 55Racial violence in Georgia
1919-1921
Box 5, Folder 56Report on Conference at Atlanta University...
1948 Apr 22
Box 5, Folder 57Reports on disturbances in New York
Contents Note: with Pearson's remarks

1900 Aug 15-16
Box 5, Folder 58Rev. Al Sharpton
Box 5, Folder 59Rose, Daniel (a profile)
Box 5, Folder 60Salvation Army bell ringer ban
Box 5, Folder 61Smith, William vs Dr. Griffin, J.H.
Contents Note: a court case

1943
Box 5, Folder 62Social issues in New York City in the 1900s
Box 5, Folder 63Springarn, Arthur B.
Box 5, Folder 64State of Georgia vs. Dr. Griffin, J.H.
Contents Note: a court case

Box 5, Folder 65Statistics on the South
Box 5, Folder 66Taliaferdo, Alvin F. vs. Denny's, Inc
Box 5, Folder 67Tape of Cornell, Eddie
2001 Feb 1-2
Box 5, Folder 68Transcript of the 17th Annual Tanner Lectures...
Contents Note: includes interview with Cornell West

Box 5, Folder 69Virginia Civil War sites
Box 5, Folder 70Wright, Louis Tompkins
Contents Note: Journal of the National Medical Association, March 1953.

Box 5, Folder 71ZVD (zidovudine)

Series 6. Subseries B. Books

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 10Spitting in the Wind: the True Story Behind the Violent Legacy of the Black Panther Party
Contents Note: Anthony, Earl

Box 10Three Blind Mice: How the TV Networks Lost Their Way
Contents Note: Auletta, Ken

Box 10Rising Tide
Contents Note: Barry, John M.

Box 10America Day by Day
Contents Note: Beauvoir, Simone de

Box 10Herzog
Contents Note: Bellow, Saul

Box 10Burning Down Master's House: My Life at the New York Times
Contents Note: Blair, Jayson

Box 10Die Nigger Die
Contents Note: Brown, H. Rap

Box 10Barbarians at the Gate: the Fall of RJR Nabisco
Contents Note: Burrough, Bryan and Helyar, John

Box 10Tobacco Road
Contents Note: Caldwell, Erskine

Box 10The Fall
Contents Note: Camus, Albert

Box 10Black Power: the politics of liberation in America
Contents Note: Carmichael, Stokely and Hamilton, Charles V.

Box 10Destructive Generation
Contents Note: Collier, Peter and Horowitz, David

Box 10Non Verba Opera Not Words, but Works: the Biography of Joseph Howard Griffin, M.D.
Contents Note: Colton, Barbara R.

Box 10A Clashing of the Soul: John Hope and the Dilemma of African American Leadership and Black Higher Education in the Early Twentieth Century
Contents Note: Davis, Leroy

Box 10Arguing the World: the New York Intellectuals in Their Own Words
Contents Note: Dorman, Joseph

Box 10The Financier
Contents Note: Dreiser, Theodore

Box 10Paul Robeson
Contents Note: Duberman, Martin

Box 10Have No Fear: The Charles Evers Story
Contents Note: Evers, Charles and Szanton, Andrew

Box 10America's Reconstruction: people and politics after the Civil War
Contents Note: Foner, Eric and Mahoney, Olivia

Box 10The Making of Black Revolutionaries
Contents Note: Forman, James

Box 10A Lesson before Dying
Contents Note: Gaines, Ernest J.

Box 10Jewish Power: Inside the American Jewish Establishment
Contents Note: Goldberg, J.J.

Box 10Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant
Contents Note: Grant, Ulysses S.

Box 10Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: the Political Biography of an American Dilemma
Contents Note: Hamilton, Charles V.

Box 10The Spirit of the Ghetto: Studies of the Jewish Quarter of New York
Contents Note: Hapgood, Hutchins

Box 10Booker T. Washington : the Wizard of Tuskegee, 1901-1915
Contents Note: Harlan, Louis R.

Box 10Booker T. Washington: the Making of a Black Leader, 1856-1901
Contents Note: Harlan, Louis R.

Box 10Mr. Harlem Hospital : Dr. Louis T. Wright : a biography
Contents Note: Hayden, Robert C.

Box 11The Sacred Call: a Tribute to Donald Hollowell, Civil Rights Champion
Contents Note: Hollowell, Louise and Lehfeldt, Martin C.�

Box 11Doctors of Conscience : the struggle to provide abortion before and after Roe V. Wade
Contents Note: Joffe, Carole

Box 11Along This Way
Contents Note: Johnson, James Weldon

Box 11Race, Crime and the Law
Contents Note: Kennedy, Randall

Box 11Mountains Beyond Mountains
Contents Note: Kidder, Tracy

Box 11W. E. B. DuBois: Biography of a Race, 1868-1919
Contents Note: Lewis, David Levering

Box 11Kingsblood Royal
Contents Note: Lewis, Sinclair

Box 11Introducing Camus
Contents Note: Mairowitz, David Zane and Korkas, Alain

Box 11Black Apollo of Science: the Life of Ernest Evertt Just
Contents Note: Manning, Kenneth R.

Box 11George Washington Carver
Contents Note: McMurry, Linda O.

Box 11To Keep the Waters Troubled The Life of Ida B. Wells
Contents Note: McMurry, Linda O.

Box 11Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America
Contents Note: McWhorter, John

Box 11Volunteer Slavery: My Authentic Negro Experience
Contents Note: Nelson, Jill

Box 11Black Wealth, White Wealth: a New Perspective on Racial Inequality
Contents Note: Oliver, Melvin L. and Shapiro, Thomas M.

Box 11Second Coming
Contents Note: Percy, Walker

Box 11The Nature of Blood
Contents Note: Phillip, Caryl

Box 11I Can Go Home Again
Contents Note: Powell, Arthur G.

Box 11A Conversation with the Mann
Contents Note: Ridley, John

Box 11Assimilation and its Discontents
Contents Note: Rubin, Barry

Box 11Maniac Magee
Contents Note: Spinelli, Jerry

Box 11Pudd'nhead Wilson
Contents Note: Twain, Mark

Box 11Mark Twain on the Damned Human Race; edited and with an introduction by Janet Smith
Contents Note: Twain, Mark

Box 11The West [uncorrected advance proof from publisher]
Contents Note: Ward, Geoffrey C.

Box 11All the King's Men
Contents Note: Warren, Robert Penn

Box 11The Fire in the Flint
Contents Note: White, Walter

Series 7. Financial files, 1993-2993, undated
Box 6, Folder 1-7, Folder 2

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 1Bills
Box 6, Folder 2Chase Bank
Box 6, Folder 3HarperCollins Publishers royalty statement
Box 9, Folder 2IRS files
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

1993-2003
Box 6, Folder 4Loans
Box 6, Folder 5Receipts
Box 6, Folder 6Royalty statements for the 'Shadow of the Panther'
Box 6, Folder 7Schwab Investment Services

Series 8. Legal files, 1997-2006, undated
Box 6, Folder 8-21, Folder 3-7

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 8Apartment lease
Box 9, Folder 3Estate of Pearson, Edith
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2003
Box 6, Folder 9Life insurance applications
Box 6, Folder 9ANotice to vacate
Box 9, Folder 4Orders of protection (Criminal Court of New York)
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2003-2004
Box 9, Folder 5Pearson vs Ross (law suit)
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2000-2004
Box 9, Folder 6Pearson vs Village Voice
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

1997
Box 6, Folder 9BPublishing agreement (The Free Press)
Box 6, Folder 10Publishing agreement (Janklow and Nesbit)
Box 6, Folder 11Publishing agreement (Lawrence Hill Books)
Box 6, Folder 12Publishing agreement (Simon and Schuster)
Box 9, Folder 7Ross vs. Pearson (law suit)
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2000-2006
Box 6, Folder 13San Francisco Focus freelance article assignment agreement
Box 6, Folder 14Settlement agreement between Pearson, Hugh and Dow Jones
Box 6, Folder 15Slate Magazine contract
Box 6, Folder 16Unemployment benefits form (NY Department of Labor)
Box 6, Folder 17Village Voice employment agreement
Box 6, Folder 18Washington Ave. tenants notices
Box 6, Folder 19Washington Post agreement with freelance contributors
Box 6, Folder 20Washington Post book review contract
Contents Note: to review 'Burning down my master's house' by Blair, Jayson

Box 6, Folder 21Will (a copy)

Series 9. Personal files, 1991-2004
Box 6, Folder 22-84, Folder 8-9

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 22The antidote to a toxic book
Box 6, Folder 23Archipelago Book flyer
Box 6, Folder 24Atkins nutritionals printouts
Box 6, Folder 25Biography, resume, bibliography, etc. of Pearson, Hugh
Box 6, Folder 26Black wealth/white wealth (a flyer)
Box 6, Folder 27Board of Education of the City of NY open letter to parents
Box 6, Folder 28Business, appointments, etc cards
Box 6, Folder 29Challenge (a job reentry program) collage
Box 6, Folder 30Children's art
Box 6, Folder 31Child's story
Box 6, Folder 32City of New York Parks and Recreation entry card
Box 6, Folder 33Coltrane, John tribute concert
Contents Note: a flyer

Box 6, Folder 34Commencement speech at Mott Hall School (NY)
Box 6, Folder 35Community dinner menu
Contents Note: a flyer

Box 6, Folder 36Concerned Black Students speech contract and travel documents
Box 6, Folder 37Dublin-Laurens County Black History 18th Festival
Contents Note: program of annual awards

1995 Feb 25
Box 6, Folder 38Exam schedule for NY Dept of Education
1997 Jan 17
Box 6, Folder 39Frederick Douglas 1997 calendar
Box 9, Folder 8Four Winds Hospital
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055

1995
Box 6, Folder 40Fourth National Black Writers Conference
1996 Mar 21-24
Box 6, Folder 41Fort Green Neighborhood Action Partnership
Contents Note: information flyer

Box 6, Folder 42Higher order thinking skills
2001 Jul 23
Box 6, Folder 43Hopkins Injury Prevention and Community Outreach (HIPCOC) mission statement
Box 6, Folder 44Interview with Pearson, Hugh
2004 Mar
Box 6, Folder 45Institute for Alternative Journalism Writer Permission Form
Box 6, Folder 46Kim-from-LA - radio station appearances
Box 6, Folder 47Loose scrap notes pages (1)
Box 6, Folder 48Loose scrap notes pages (2)
Box 6, Folder 49Loose scrap notes pages (3)
Box 6, Folder 50Manhattan Institute for Policy Research Conference on Race and Culture
2004 Mar 22
Box 6, Folder 51Map of Georgia
Contents Note: with marking of land owned by Pearson family

Box 6, Folder 52Map of the ruins of Tikal, Guatemala
Box 6, Folder 53Market St. Mail House rental rates
Box 6, Folder 54Media and Democracy Conference
Contents Note: a badge

1992
Box 6, Folder 55Mercury House flyer
Box 6, Folder 56Modern Gothic talk
Contents Note: a flyer

Box 6, Folder 57National Parenting Assoc.
Contents Note: Cornel West appearance

Box 6, Folder 58New Majority Economic Summit
Contents Note: a kit

1991 Mar 21
Box 6, Folder 59New York City Board of Education forms
Box 6, Folder 60New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU)
Box 9, Folder 9New York Times internal communications memos
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

includes wages information of employees

1996
Box 6, Folder 61Notice to tenants
Box 6, Folder 62Oakland (Calif.) map
Box 6, Folder 63Paper assignment for 'The Presidency - theory and practice'
Contents Note: Prof. Weinstock, Touro College

2004 Sep-Nov
Box 6, Folder 64Parking ticket dispute
Box 6, Folder 65Pearson, Hugh - in memoriam
Box 6, Folder 66Pearson family reunion invitation
2004
Box 6, Folder 67Plaza Auto Mall offer
Box 6, Folder 68Pokemon toys information printouts
Box 6, Folder 69Real estate listings for rent
Box 6, Folder 70San Francisco Bay Area map
Box 6, Folder 71Sayaxche, Guatemala
Contents Note: a booklet

Box 6, Folder 72Schomburg Center
Box 6, Folder 73Speech before the Bay Area Black Journalist Association
1994 Oct 6
Box 6, Folder 74South Oxford Tennis Club
Contents Note: a flyer

Box 6, Folder 75Southeastern United States area map
Box 6, Folder 76Stagebill - Gallatin Arts Council Festival
Contents Note: a copy

Box 6, Folder 77Stagebill - the Public Theater
1997 Feb
Box 6, Folder 78Travel itinerary New York-San Francisco; Los Angeles-New York
1994 Jun
Box 6, Folder 79Tribute to Johnson, Howard Eugene
Box 6, Folder 80Tribute to Towles, Jeff H., M.D.
Box 6, Folder 81United States Day, October 23
Box 6, Folder 82Volunteer services (Bellevue Hospital Center)
Contents Note: a flyer

Box 6, Folder 83Walt Whitman Middle School administrative bulletins No. 54; 57
Box 6, Folder 84Women in politics series (Charles Simon Center for Adult Life and Learning)
Contents Note: a flyer

Series 10. Notebooks
Box 4, Folder 10-20

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 4, Folder 10Notebooks 1
Box 4, Folder 11Notebooks 2
Box 4, Folder 12Notebooks 3
Box 4, Folder 13Notebooks 4
Box 4, Folder 14Notebooks 5
Box 4, Folder 15Notebooks 6
Box 4, Folder 16Notebooks 7
Box 4, Folder 17Notebooks 8
Box 4, Folder 18Notebooks 9
Box 4, Folder 19Notebooks 10
Box 4, Folder 20Notebooks 11

Series 11. Clippings, 1982-2004
Box 6, Folder 85-151

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 86Adult ed - Racism 101
Contents Note: from Daily News

1999 Apr 11
Box 6, Folder 87American blacks lead anti-war sentiment in the Gulf
Contents Note: from Mountain Eagle

1990 Dec 19
Box 6, Folder 88Another 124 million ordered in school cuts
Box 6, Folder 89Are we all hopelessly racist? / by Larkin, Jim
Box 6, Folder 90Arts and entertainment section - Chicago Tribune
2004 Jan 30
Box 6, Folder 91As his ambitions expand... /by Langley, Monica
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

2003 Dec 11
Box 6, Folder 92The birth of the New South
Box 6, Folder 93Black artists split over how to portray...
Box 6, Folder 94Black men and white women
Contents Note: a response; Daily News

1996 Jun 18
Box 6, Folder 95Black man's burden / by Shlaes, Amity
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

1990 Aug 20
Box 6, Folder 96Black rage on LIRR? / by Peterson, Helen
Contents Note: from Daily News

1994 Mar 16
Box 6, Folder 97Body of knowledge - 2 book reviews
Contents Note: from Chicago Tribune

2000 Feb 27
Box 6, Folder 98The books of Adam Bellow / by Rhodes, Tom
Contents Note: from Times of London

1995 Feb 20
Box 6, Folder 99Brown, Willie
Box 6, Folder 100Buying into a Senate race
Contents Note: from Newsweek

1994 Mar 24
Box 6, Folder 101Cabby shot dead
Contents Note: from Daily News

1996 Nov 8
Box 6, Folder 102A champ of cheap airlines / by Nulty, Peter
Contents Note: from Fortune Magazine

1982 Mar 22
Box 6, Folder 102AChange in Harlem? / by Pearson, Hugh
Contents Note: from New York Press

2000 Dec 27-2001 Jan 2
Box 6, Folder 103Civil rights
Box 6, Folder 104The decline and fall of Japanese film
Contents Note: from Business Tokyo

1991 Mar
Box 6, Folder 105The decline of discourse? / by Deblanco, Andrew
Contents Note: from New York Times

1995 Apr 16
Box 6, Folder 106Democrats could do without the Al
Contents Note: from Newsday

2004 Jul 27
Box 6, Folder 107Ethnic differences in cognitive ability
Box 6, Folder 108Five girls quit school over harassment
Contents Note: from Columbus Dispatch; includes photo

1993 Dec 8
Box 6, Folder 109George Stephanopoulos
Contents Note: from New Yorker

1996 Oct 21
Box 6, Folder 110Hemingway, Margeaux Louise
Contents Note: a printout from www.findagrave.com

Box 6, Folder 111Henry Louis Gates on black anti-semitism
Box 6, Folder 112How useful was coverage... (Rodney King verdict)
Box 6, Folder 113Is Jamal guilty?
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

1995 Aug 23
Box 6, Folder 114Jews in America still have a mission
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

Box 6, Folder 115Jim Sleeper's articles
Contents Note: Al no don and Rudy no supplicant; Deep roots of resentment; Empire burlesque; A hymn to bittersweet ironies; Judge's valiant fight vs. Rickers; Nyn RIP; Toward the mountaintop; The uses of fear; We kill by thousands....; Moving beyond race to a common agenda; Press of counter-reality; City Hall mustn't cop out on Mollen proposal; NAACP's selling it's soul for new segregation

Box 6, Folder 115AJobs, not cash, for Haiti / Cohen, Stephen S.
Box 6, Folder 116Jose Garcia's shooting
Box 6, Folder 117Journal fever... / by Gifford, Bill
Contents Note: from Washington Monthly; with annotations by Pearson

1993 Nov
Box 6, Folder 118Joyner gives 1 million to Morris Brown
Contents Note: from New Amsterdam News

2003 Aug 28-Sep 3
Box 6, Folder 119Killer raises some troubling questions... / by Kane, Gregory
Contents Note: from Baltimore Evening Sun

1997 Mar 5
Box 6, Folder 120Leftist press? Suspicious right
Contents Note: from Washington Times

1996 Apr 18
Box 6, Folder 121The long road up from segregation / by Boyce, Joseph
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

1995 Apr 18
Box 6, Folder 122Marbury's the Minnesota messiah / by Baum, Barbara
Contents Note: from New York Post

1996 Jul 2
Box 6, Folder 123Mayor Barry, vouchers and more
Box 6, Folder 124Modernity and the monarch / by Neil, Henry
Contents Note: from Washington Post

1990 Aug 6-Aug 12
Box 6, Folder 125Most unusual metros
Contents Note: from American Demographics

1992 May
Box 6, Folder 126New directors for new audiences
Contents Note: from New York Times

1997 Jun 9
Box 6, Folder 127New York specialized libraries
1989 May 1
Box 6, Folder 128New York City's undying deficit
Box 6, Folder 129New York Times articles
Contents Note: photocopies

1994 Aug
Box 6, Folder 130New York Times articles
Contents Note: photocopies

1994 Sep
Box 6, Folder 131No-powered FM radio
2001 Feb 21-27
Box 6, Folder 131AO, Jackie, what has your legend wrought? / by Weiner, Jay
Contents Note: from Star Tribune

1997 Apr 14
Box 6, Folder 132Outsider III-without portfolio / by Frady, Marshall
Contents Note: third part of the article; with Pearson's annotations

Box 6, Folder 132AA Panther caged by his own demons... / by Robinson, Louis
Contents Note: from Emerge

1994 Jun
Box 6, Folder 133Pearson's columns in Invisible Man
1991-1992
Box 6, Folder 134Phillips, Caryl (Current biography)
1994 Jul
Box 6, Folder 135Portrayal of blacks...
Box 6, Folder 136The president spoke for the people of the world / by Von Hoffman, Nicholas
2003 Dec 9
Box 6, Folder 137Proposal to aid inner cities
1994
Box 6, Folder 137AReal key to creating wealth / by Tully, Shawn
Contents Note: from Fortune Magazine

1993 Sep 20
Box 6, Folder 138Remembering Rap Brown (Jamal Abdulah al-Amin) / by Pearson, Hugh
2000 Mar 23
Box 6, Folder 138ARFE/RL, R.I.P. (Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty)
Box 6, Folder 138BRight makes might / by Gross Daniel
Box 6, Folder 139Roberts vs Texaco
Contents Note: book ad, annotated by Pearson; from New York Times

1998 Mar 11
Box 6, Folder 139ASeeking truth in a revolutionary delusion / by Marks, Peter
Contents Note: from New Yotk Times

1997 Feb 13
Box 6, Folder 140The Shadow of the Panther
Contents Note: book ad

Box 6, Folder 141Shattering stereotypes of multiracial love, Hollywood style / by Pearson, Hugh
Box 6, Folder 142Shareholders hail changes at TLC Beatrice
Box 6, Folder 143Short takes (movie reviews)
Contents Note: from Premiere

1991 Jan
Box 6, Folder 144A simple lesson - pay teachers more / by Pearson, Hugh
Contents Note: from Newsday

2002 Apr 26
Box 6, Folder 145A time for choosing
Contents Note: from Wall Street Journal

Box 6, Folder 146The young, gifted, and sitting pretty...
Contents Note: from Business Week

1994 Oct 24
Box 6, Folder 147Too independent for Wall Street Journal? / by Prince, Richard
1997 Mar-Apr
Box 6, Folder 147ATwo nation ... both black / by Gates, Henry Louis Jr.
Contents Note: from Forbes Magazine

1992 Sep 14
Box 6, Folder 148United States blacks limit role in Africa
Contents Note: from New Vision

1990 Nov 8
Box 6, Folder 149Under the knife (a book review) / by Williams, Dennis A.
Box 6, Folder 150A village diner / by Pearson, Hugh
Contents Note: from New York Press

2001 Jan 24-30
Box 6, Folder 150AWatching rights / by Neier, Aryeh
Contents Note: from The Nation

1990 Aug 13
Box 6, Folder 151Within the walls of the Chelsea
Contents Note: from New York Times

1993 Feb 7

Series 12. Media, 1992-2003
Box 7, Folder 1-17, Folder 1-12

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 7, Folder 1Author! Author! Under the knife
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 2Barrow
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 3Bay Area black journalists speech
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 4Bitch betta...
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 5Cornell West
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 6Cracker - to be somebody pt 1,2
Contents Note: A and E Network; VHS

1995 Jan 17
Box 7, Folder 7David Horowitz around
Contents Note: cassette

Box 9, Folder 10Evidence of disconnectivity
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

cassette

2002
Box 7, Folder 8Fowlstown interview - Sarah Castille
Contents Note: cassette

Box 7, Folder 9Fox News - Hannity and Colmes
Contents Note: VHS

2000 Oct 25
Box 7, Folder 10Fox News - Hannity and Colmes
Contents Note: VHS; 2 tapes

2000 Nov 30
Box 7, Folder 11Hugh Pearson - BET appearance
Contents Note: VHS

Box 7, Folder 12Hugh Pearson's Epson installer
Contents Note: floppy disk and back up CD

Box 7, Folder 13Hugh Pearson's MS Word
Contents Note: floppy disk

Box 7, Folder 14Jirimpimbira - an African folktale (ABC weekend special)
Contents Note: VHS

Box 7, Folder 15Killing zone
Contents Note: VHS

Box 7, Folder 16Learn French now!
Contents Note: CD

Box 7, Folder 17Metroview - future of urban America
Contents Note: VHS

Box 9, Folder 11Nancy accusing me of stealing
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2 cassettes

2002
Box 8, Folder 1Nancy Ross at Cornela St. cafe
Contents Note: VHS

Box 8, Folder 2National Review Conference
Contents Note: cassette

1994 Oct 8
Box 8, Folder 3News Talk Television - Early Edition segments
Contents Note: 2 VHS tapes

1996 Mar 12 1996 Apr 16
Box 8, Folder 4Pearson's shit in toilet
Contents Note: floppy disk

Box 8, Folder 5Promised Land
Contents Note: Discovery communications; VHS

1994 Nov 28
Box 8, Folder 6Rev. Horea Williams and Sam Griffin
Contents Note: cassette

1998 Feb 14 1998 Feb 18
Box 8, Folder 7Shadow of the Panther - a book talk
Contents Note: cassette

Box 9, Folder 12Strong evidence against P.S.3
Contents Note: RESTRICTED UNTIL 2055.

2 cassettes

circa 2003
Box 8, Folder 8West Oakland paper
Contents Note: cassette

1992 Jul 12
Box 8, Folder 9White man;s burden
Contents Note: VHS

Box 8, Folder 10Untitled
Contents Note: cassette

Box 8, Folder 11Untitled
Contents Note: floppy disk

Box 8, Folder 13Untitled
Contents Note: VHS

Series 13. Photographs
Box 8, Folder 13-21

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 8, Folder 13Negatives
Box 8, Folder 14Photo album
Box 8, Folder 15Photographs 1
Box 8, Folder 16Photographs 2
Box 8, Folder 17Photographs 3
Box 8, Folder 18Photographs 4
Box 8, Folder 19Photographs 5
Box 8, Folder 20Photographs 6
Box 8, Folder 21Photographs 7