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Stokes, Anson
Stokes, Anson Phelps
Stokes, Anson Phelps ((philanthropist))
Dates: 
1874-1958
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Daly, Reginald Aldworth (1871-1957)
Erskine, John (1879-1951)
Gabriel, Ralph Henry (1890-1987)
Jones, Thomas Jesse (1873-1950)
Pfeffer, Leo (1910-1993))
Phelps-Stokes Fund
Yale University
Titles: 
art and the color line: an appeal made may 31, 1939 to the president general and other officers of the daughters of the american revolution to modify the rules so as to permit distinguished negro artists such as marian anderson to be heard in constitution hall
brief biography of Booker Washington, A
Church and state in the United States ... In three volumes illustrated.
Directory of the living graduates of Yale university, 1904.
Directory of the living graduates of Yale university, 1908.
Directory of the living graduates of Yale university, 1910.
Education in Africa : a study of West, South and Equatorial Africa by the African Education Commission under the auspices of the Phelps-Stokes Fund and Foreign Mission Societies of North America and Europe : report
Educational plans for the American army abroad
encyclopedia of the negro; preparatory volume with reference lists and reports
Historical prints of New Haven, Connecticut [MI] 1910
Memorials of eminent Yale men; a biographical study of student life and university influences during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
negro status and race relations in the united states, 1911-1946; the thirty-five year report of the phelps-stokes fund
Progress in negro status and race relations, 1911-1946
Report of Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes on education, native welfare, and race relations in East and South Africa.
tuskegee institute — the first fifty years
Tuskegee Institute the first fifty years : being the founder's day historical address delivered April 14, 1931, at the semi-centennial of the Institute's founding : with additions, notes, and appendices
What Jesus Christ thought of himself : an outline study and interpretation of his self-revelation in the gospels
Yale and New Haven; a study of the taxation question and of the benefits derived locally from an endowed university
Yale endowments; a description of the various gifts and bequests establishing permanent university funds (printed for the president and fellows)
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