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Thelma Young papers.

Title
Thelma Young papers.
Author
Young, Thelma, 1899-1972,
Publication
1926-1972.
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box 1Mixed materialUse in libraryAvailableSc MG 387 box 1Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

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0.42 linear feet (1 box)
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Access (note)
  • Some collections held by the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture are held off-site and must be requested in advance. Please check the collection records in the NYPL's online catalog for detailed location information. To request access to materials in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, please visit:
Cite As (note)
  • [Item], Thelma Young papers, Sc MG 387, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library.
Source (note)
  • Gift of Thelma Young, February 1989.
Biography (note)
  • Thelma Trice Young was born in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, in 1899. She attended Galesburg High School in Galesburg, Illinois. Trice married Echols Young in St. Louis in 1929. They made their home in Wilmington, Delaware. Her college education included two years at Kansas State Teachers College (Pittsburgh, Kansas) and one year at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. She earned a masters degree in education from Teachers College at Columbia University, and she did post-graduate studies in Practical Nursing at the University of Maine.
  • Young worked as a teacher at Howard High School in Wilminton, Delaware. She taught diet, nutrition, and food and managed the school cafeteria. She was a member and officer of many civic, social, professional, and religious organizations. After an illness that left her physcially handicapped, she retired in 1965. She died in October 1972.
Processing Action (note)
  • Processing Information: Accessioned by Rosalie P. Jeter, October 1997.
Call Number
Sc MG 387
Author
Young, Thelma, 1899-1972, creator.
Title
Thelma Young papers.
Production
1926-1972.
Type of Content
text
still image
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
sheet
Summary
This collection consists mainly of documents from professional organizations of which Young was a member or officer, such as the National Association of College Women, the Odd Fellowship Lodge no. 2063, the National Achievement Club, and the Association of Negro Business and Professional Women. These documents include correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, and membership information.
Cite As:
[Item], Thelma Young papers, Sc MG 387, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library.
Access
Some collections held by the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture are held off-site and must be requested in advance. Please check the collection records in the NYPL's online catalog for detailed location information. To request access to materials in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, please visit: http://archives.nypl.org/divisions/scm/request_access
Biography
Thelma Trice Young was born in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, in 1899. She attended Galesburg High School in Galesburg, Illinois. Trice married Echols Young in St. Louis in 1929. They made their home in Wilmington, Delaware. Her college education included two years at Kansas State Teachers College (Pittsburgh, Kansas) and one year at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. She earned a masters degree in education from Teachers College at Columbia University, and she did post-graduate studies in Practical Nursing at the University of Maine.
Young worked as a teacher at Howard High School in Wilminton, Delaware. She taught diet, nutrition, and food and managed the school cafeteria. She was a member and officer of many civic, social, professional, and religious organizations. After an illness that left her physcially handicapped, she retired in 1965. She died in October 1972.
Location of Other Archival Materials
Materials Separated from the Resource: Transferred to the General Research and Reference Division: one book and one periodical.
Processing Action
Processing Information: Accessioned by Rosalie P. Jeter, October 1997.
Source
Gift of Thelma Young, February 1989.
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Research Call Number
Sc MG 387
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