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George Raymond Papers.

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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Clipping that shows Raymond with the committee to reorganize the VCAA. Raymond Correspondence Brotherhood Banquet Program, 1973 Document titled “Civil Rights in Chester: A Descriptive Study, by Elaine J. Smith
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 8 Raymond Papers
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Box 8 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Notebook of Chester Branch of NAACP, including a list of some of its activities, 1948; Program from the Chester Branch of the NAACP Annual Banquet, 1963. Remarks by Gloster Current about the future of the NAACP, St. Davids, PA, 1966 Poster announcing speech by Leon Sullivan at Upland Baptist Church, 1967 Various newsletters Youth Council Papers, Including NAACP Survey of Racial Composition of Chester Public Schools, 1954 NAACP Manual of Branch Election Procedure NAACP Membership Materials NAACP 55th Annual Convention, 1964. Also includes rolled up photograph of the attendees at this Convention. NAACP 50th Anniversary Program, 1959. Various documents and letters about the national NAACP and the local Chester branch. Pennsylvania Human Relations Act
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 9 Raymond Papers
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Box 9 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Newspaper Clippings about Civil Rights in Chester, largely from the Delaware County Times, many from the 1960s. Several articles about President Truman and the NAACP. Article by John McLarnon titled “ 'Old Scratchead' Reconsidered: George Raymond & Civil Rights in Chester, Pennsylvania." [Not found in original Raymond’s papers. Added to this collection to provide biographical information about Raymond.]
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 2 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Various Newspaper Clippings, including the following topics: Race relations, 1948; Protests at Douglas Junior High School; Chester Employment; Chester Father-Son Banquet where Raymond was the speaker; Among Our Colored Citizens—Social Events of the Black Community; Boys Club and YMCA; George Raymond; Chester NAACP; Delaware County housing; National NAACP; Miscellaneous.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 10 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Issues of “The Crisis” Magazine, 1955; 1963; 1977 Delaware County Profile on Government Progressive Magazine 1960 Report from the US Department of Labor on “The Negro Family” Various publications and pamphlets NAACP Membership Report Papers Newspaper Clippings concerning 51st NAACP Convention, 1960 “Reply of Complaints to Answer of Frederick Douglas, President of the Chester Branch, NAACP”, 1966. Written to Chairman of Branches, National NAACP Passenger Instruction Sheet for passengers from New York to Washington, DC for Demonstration in 1983.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 11 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1980s. This box includes: Scrapbook of clippings and photographs that chronicle the Chester Civil Rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s. Excerpt from “Ruling Suburbia” by John McLarnon Delaware County Yearbook 1964 “Politics and Prejudice” by Richard Harris NAAP Constitution and By-Laws for Branches 1956 Esquire Magazine’s 1945 Jazz Book Photograph of John Kennedy and his family Materials donated later by the George Raymond family include: NAACP Chester Branch 100th Anniversary Booklet, also called a Souvenir Booklet, that was created for the annual dinner of the Chester Brand of the NAACP. Booklet created for the 101st annual dinner of the Chester Branch of the NAACP Booklet created for the 102nd annual dinner of the Chester Branch of the NAACP at which Widener University Archivists Jan Alexander and Jill Borin received the George T. Raymond Freedom Award for their work in preserving and digitizing the George Raymond papers. Article about Jan Alexander and Jill Borin receiving this award. The Widener archives also received the Leedom B. Morrison Award from the Heritage Commission of Delaware County for the George Raymond Papers project. Includes ticket to the dinner. NAACP Constitution, 2005 Materials from the reception in 2009 at Widener to honor the Raymond Family and also to formally announce the availability of the George Raymond Papers as an historical resource. Includes a CD of pictures taken at the reception.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 3 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes a scrapbook created by Raymond that chronicles the Chester Civil Rights movement during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, through newspaper clippings, announcements, booklets and other materials.
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Chester - History
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NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 1 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes a scrapbook that was created by Patricia Taylor for the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People). Its clippings chronicle the Chester Civil Rights movement during the period from 1963 to 1964, while George Raymond was president of the NAACP. The entire scrapbook has been digitized and can be found in the George Raymond Collection of the Wolfgram Memorial Library Digital Collections at http://digitalwolfgram.widener.edu/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=%2Fp270801coll18 Background information: During this highly volatile period, Chester, in the midst of a riveting Civil Rights struggle, drew the attention of the entire nation. The many demonstrations for desegregation, particularly school desegregation, began peacefully. Later, however, as city and state police tried to contain the demonstrations, they turned violent. The violence led to new protests against police brutality. In addition to George Raymond, another important Civil Rights leader of this period was Stanley Branche. Branche formed the Chester Committee for Freedom Now, an organization that spearheaded many demonstrations. In the Spring of 1964, national civil rights leaders, including Gloria Richardson, Philip Savage, Malcolm X and Dick Gregory, came to the area in support of the demonstrators. That summer, Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton formed the Greater Chester Movement in an effort to resolve the underlying issues that had led to the protests. This scrapbook thoroughly documents, through a comprehensive collection of clippings from a variety of newspaper sources, this intense period in Chester’s history.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 6 Raymond Papers
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Box 6 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes materials related to: Chester Civil Rights Souvenir Journal 1965, photocopy Chester Schools Chester School District Position Paper Chester Housing Authority 101st Anniversary of the Eastern Light Lodge 1973 where Raymond receives an achievement award Editorial from WCAU-TV regarding Civil Rights in Chester, 1966. Letters from the White House to George Raymond 1983 March on Washington NAACP Poster encouraging membership NAACP Newsletter Petition to Religious Leaders Photographs of NAACP Voter Registration Drive Bus; Raymond with Postmaster Baiocco, showing Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Stamp, Chester, Pa 1963; Emmett Till with his mother. Raymond, Awards Received Raymond, Membership Cards Raymond Obituary Voter Registration Drive Great Leopard Skating Rink Suburban Fair Housing; Fair Housing Council Telegrams sent and received by Raymond Telegram concerning Martin Luther King, Jr.'s arrest for traffic violation, sent to George Raymond Youth Council Letter to George Raymond from Martin Luther King, Jr.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Box 4 Raymond Papers
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Pennsylvania Military College
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Box 4 Raymond Papers
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The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes a scrapbook created by Raymond that chronicles the Chester Civil Rights movement primarily during the 1960s through newspaper clippings, announcements, booklets and other materials. It includes pictures of Emmett Till's mother visiting Chester. It also includes a picture taken at the House Blessing of the Raymond's newly rebuilt home in Rutledge, PA taken on Palm Sunday, 1960. (Raymond is third from the left. At the far right are Earle Edwards and Phillip Mayor from the Friends Suburban Housing organization that helped the Raymond's purchase this home.) This house was burned to the ground the night before the Raymonds were to move in, and the House Blessing in 1960 occurred after the home had been rebuilt and the Raymond family was to moving in to their newly rebuilt home. The Raymonds were among the first African Americans to live in previously all white suburbs in Delaware County, PA. This box includes the presentation for the George Raymond Papers Reception.
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Chester - History
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NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
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