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Claude and ZerNona Black Papers, 1890-2009
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The books included in the collection are a very small sampling of Reverend Black's personal library. Only some of the books will be listed in the finding aid. Box 63 contains some of the many bibles owned by Reverend Black. Books not in boxes are shelved in Room 203. They may be found in the Coates Library catalog by using the search "Claude and ZerNona Black Papers" under the "author" category. Photographs taken of the shelves in one room of the Black home are also available.


Box 60: Grundig Niki portable open reel tape recorder (two track, 3 3/4 ips recording) belonging to Reverend Black; sewing box belonging to ZerNona Black; blue plasticized nylon conference bag from the 1995 White House Conference on Aging; assorted personal and political memorabilia. Box 61: Plaques Box 62: Plaques, One wooden Omega Psi Phi paddle.

Computer Disks

Box 59: One box of one hundred and fifty 3.5-inch floppy disks, unprocessed; eighty 5.25-inch floppy disks, unprocessed; two 3M DC 2120 XL XIMAT data minicartridge computer backup disks. one dated 12/2/95 and another dated 6/28/96.

Digital Optical Media

Box 58 One Sony DVD-R, "Reverend Claude Black: A Reflective Moment." a film short by Anthony Edwards, 2:08 minutes, 2008 One Sony DVD+R, On cover: "CW Black, Thursday, August 31, 2006." On disc: "An Hour in the Life of Claude W. Black, Jr.: A Living Legend," produced by Allison J. Johnson. 11:36 minutes, 2006.

Martin Luther King Speaks

The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) began broadcasting Martin Luther King Speaks, a weekly thirty minute radio program, in early 1967, with staff members producing and distributing the programs out of SCLC's New York office. Martin Luther King Speaks moved to the Atlanta office in 1972. After 1973, SCLC continued to produce programs but distribution was handled by radio networks. The radio program was broadcast, with interruptions in service, at least through 1979. Martin Luther King Speaks regularly aired the speeches and sermons of Martin Luther King, Jr. The leadership of SCLC also used it to publicize campaigns and direct action efforts, with Ralph David Abernathy and other staff members frequently appearing on the air. [The preceding text as well as descriptive text for Programs 7049, 7051, 7052, 7103, 7104, 7136, 7137, 7140, 7142, and 7149 is used (with kind permission) from the Emory University Southern Christian Leadership Conference records, 1864-2007 finding aid, Sub-series Martin Luther King Speaks, found here:] Locally, the program was mailed to and aired on KAPE Radio station, at 608 E. Travis Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205. The tapes were addressed to Franklin Collins, Program Director. The tapes were mailed in boxes that originated from Frequency Productions, Inc., 1105 Maple, West Des Moines, Iowa 50265; from Avery & Elkins, Inc., 653 Eleventh Avenue, New York, NY 10036; from Martin Luther King Speaks/SCLC, Box 97, Washington Bridge Station, New York, New York 10033; or from Martin Luther King Speaks/SCLC, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, New York 10027. Box 52: Items 1-16; Box 53: Items 17-22 NOTE: All Martin Luther King Speaks programs listed below have been digitized and are available for listening via the reading room only as copyright is held by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.


Box 45: Several folders of newsclippings from national, Texas and local newspapers. These clippings have been photocopied. Folders in this box include some San Antonio coverage. OS Box 11: Two oversize folders that contain original clippings that focus on San Antonio and on Reverend Black and ZerNona Stewart Black. These are minimally processed. All of these clippings may be consulted on site and have also been digitized (these files are stored on our server).

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