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Tolly Broady collection of writings, (bulk 1940s).

Title
Tolly Broady collection of writings, 1940-1993 (bulk 1940s).
Author
Broady, Tolly R. (Tolly Rupert), 1917-1986.
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Folder 1Mixed materialUse in library Sc MG 511 Folder 1Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

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Subjects
Source (note)
  • Carlyle Broady
Biography (note)
  • Tolly Rupert Broady graduated cum laude from Tuskegee Institute in 1940 where he subsequently taught sociology. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, he earned both a law degree and a Master of Arts degree in labor law from New York University. Broady practiced law in Queens and Nassau County and was appointed an administrative law judge in New York City in 1970. He also served as counsel to the New York State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
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Call Number
Sc MG 511
Author
Broady, Tolly R. (Tolly Rupert), 1917-1986.
Title
Tolly Broady collection of writings, 1940-1993 (bulk 1940s).
Summary
The Tolly Rupert Broady Collection of Writings consists of photocopies of writings Broady authored during his tenure at Tuskegee Institute. Titles include "Some Inherent Conflicts in the Dual Education System in the South," "The Poll Tax: A Symbol of an Oppressive System," "Occupational Choices of Male Students in Tuskegee Institute," "Strengthening Democracy's Foundations in the South through Freedom from Police and Mob Violence," and "Brutal Killing at Tuskegee." Typed notes and copies of items from newspapers regarding various acts of violence committed against blacks by whites and the system of segregation complete the collection, along with biographical information prepared by his brother Carlyle.
Biography
Tolly Rupert Broady graduated cum laude from Tuskegee Institute in 1940 where he subsequently taught sociology. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, he earned both a law degree and a Master of Arts degree in labor law from New York University. Broady practiced law in Queens and Nassau County and was appointed an administrative law judge in New York City in 1970. He also served as counsel to the New York State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
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Research Call Number
Sc MG 511
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