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0000 0001 0870 7076
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Johnson, C. S.
Johnson, Charles
Johnson, Charles S.
Johnson, Charles S. (Jr)
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon
Dates: 
1893-1956
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Burroughs, Nannie Helen (1879-1961)
Embree, Edwin Rogers (1883-1950)
Fisk University
Ford, James (1884-1944)
Gries, John M. (b. 1877.)
Gries, John Matthew (b. 1877.)
Jones, Lewis Wade
National Urban League
President's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership (1931 : Washington, D.C.)
Reeves, Floyd W.
Valien, Preston
Weatherford, Willis D. (1875-1970)
Weatherford, Willis Duke (1875-1970)
Weaver, Robert C. (1907-1997)
Weaver, Robert Clifton (1907-1997)
Williams, Robin Murphy (1914- ))
Young, Donald
Titles: 
Backgrounds to patterns of Negro segregation.
Bitter Canaan : the story of the Negro republic
Coahoma County, Mississippi, field project, 1941-1942
collapse of cotton tenancy, The : summary of Field studies & statistical surveys, 1933-35
Dear Mister President
Dear Mr. President collection
Ebony and topaz : a collectanea
Education and the cultural crisis.
Education and the cultural process; papers presented at symposium commemorating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of Fisk University, April 29-May 4, 1941.
Field studies & statistical surveys, 1933-35
Fisk University Mississippi Delta collection
Foreword [by Shelby M. Harrison, William Fielding Ogburn, Donald Young]
Growing up in the Black Belt, Negro youth in the rural South, by Charles S. Johnson. Prepared for the American youth commission. [Foreword by Floyd W. Reeves. Preface by Robert L. Sutherland.]
Housing and the community--home repair and remodeling;
Into the main stream, a survey of best practices in race relations in the South, by Charles S. Johnson... Elizabeth L. Allen, Horace M. Bond, Margaret McCulloch, Alma Forrest Polk
Library of Congress and Fisk University Mississippi Delta collection
manual of intergroup relations, A ; forew. by Charles S. Johnson ; introd. by Edward A. Suchman and Robin M. Williams ; new pref. by Alex Rosen and Robert B. Johnson.
Negro college graduate, by Charles S. Johnson,..., The
Negro housing; report of the Committee on Negro Housing, Nannie H. Burroughs, chairman.
Negro in American civilization, a study of negro life and race relations in the light of social research, by Charles S. Johnson... [Foreword by Mary van Kleeck.], The
negro in American civilization, The : a study of negro life and race relations in the light of social research
Negro war worker in San Francisco, a local self-survey., The
Opportunity ... 1924-25.
opportunity: a journal of negro life
Patterns of negro segregation. Charles S. Johnson,... [Foreword by Shelby M. Harrison. William Fielding Ogburn, Donald Young.]
People vs. property : race restrictive covenants in housing
Proceedings of the National interracial conference
Race relations : adjustment of whites and negroes in the United States
Racial attitudes of college students : (abridged)
Shadow of the plantation
Statistical atlas of Southern counties : listing and analysis of socio-economic indices of 1104 southern counties
Statistical atlas of southern countries, by Charles S. Johnson and associates : Lewis W. Jones, Buford H. Junker, Eli S. Marks and Preston Valien. Consultants : Edwin R. Embree and W. Lloyd Warner
To stem this tide a survey of racial tension areas in the United States
Urban negro worker in the United States, 1925-1936 ? An analysis of the training, types and conditions of employment and the earnings of 200.000 skilled and white-collar negro workers... Sponsored by the United States Department of the Interior. Administered by the Office of the adviser on Negro affairs..., The
urban Negro worker in the United States, 1925-1936, The : an analysis of the training, types, and conditions of employment and the earnings of 200,000 skilled and white-collar Negro workers.
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