This digital collection illuminates specific moments in the history of Ohio's African-Americans and provides an overview of their experiences during the time period 1850 to 1920 in the words of the people that lived them. The collection includes the George A. Myers Papers which contains a seven page letter from Mary Church Terrell to George Myers.
Documenting the American South (DocSouth) is a digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture. The collection includes several items that pertain to Mary Church Terrell.
This house was the home of Memphis-born Mary Church Terrell, who at age 86 led the successful fight to integrate eating places in the District of Columbia. The Mary Church Terrell House is located at 326 T Street, N.W. in Washington, DC It is not open to the public.
This digital collection presents 7,949 publicity brochures, promotional advertisements and talent circulars for some 4,546 performers who were part of the Chautauqua circuit. The collection contains a flyer which includes biographical information and an image of Mary Church Terrell.