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The University of Chicago was the recipient of the largest portion of his gifts to higher education, yet he also gave sizable gifts to Harvard University, characteristically including money for publication fund and research assistance for Professor Felix Frankfurter. Series IV includes sixteen scrapbooks that contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia that reflect Rosenwald's progressive activities, including support for the Tuskegee Ykca, Howard University, World War Chicago relief efforts in Illinois, and early development of the NAACP.

Rochelle Stevens wins gold in the 4X relay after earning silver in the same event at the Barcelona Olympics. Citation When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Julius Rosenwald. Addenda, and IV. But Inez Patterson was, in many respects, the driving force behind the team. Washington and became a trustee of the Tuskegee Institute. Of course, the amount of documentation under each of these names varies with the degree of Rosenwald's interest and commitment.

Once the money had been ased to a black cause, the only stipulation Rosenwald made was that it should be spent at the discretion of the directors of the institution, and not at that of the trustees of the Fund. The papers of Julius Rosenwald contain correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and a Rosenwald family tree. Related Resources. This interest began shortly before the Chicato World War when he met Booker T.

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The termination of the activities of the Rosenwald Fund in was planned by Rosenwald before he died, since he felt strongly that each generation must accept responsibility for the problems of its own time. The data sent to Rosenwald in support of requests is of interest, especially when it is accompanied by the personal views and evaluations of keen observers of the social scene.

Concern for justice was the essence of Rosenwald's great interest in African Americans. Here is just a taste of what these women have achieved in a handful of sports over the past century. Men were barred from watching the game.

They won the league that year but lost the following year to a white team. But Inez Patterson was, in many respects, the driving force behind the team. Patterson, the team captain of the Quick Steppers, the predecessor of the Tribune Girls, persuaded the Tribune to sponsor and promote her team. In turn, she renamed it for the paper. Smith was billed by team coach and Chicwgo Dick Hudson as Chicsgo feet tall.

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The Bennett team had amassed a record playing college, high school and community teams over two years, but were outclassed in their three-game series with the Tribune Girls, which drew attention in the local white press. Lucille Townsend, one of the Bennett players, remembered that the Tribune players were flashy — wearing red and white uniforms in one half, with gold and purple outfits in the next.

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Lucille Townsend, a Bennett player, said the teams shared a locker room during their games. At halftime of one of the games, Townsend said, some of the Tribune players pulled out half-pint jars with corn liquor in them. Townsend also remarked on the appearance of Tribune star Ora Washington, who had won eight American Tennis Association singles titles. This opens the door to fully funded athletic scholarships for women. The New Orleans Jazz selected her in the seventh round of the draft.

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With few professional opportunities in the United States after the Olympics, Woodard, a im of former Globetrotter Geese Ausbie, tried out and played with the Globetrotters for two years. Jackie White, a 5-foot guard from Long Beach State, ed the team in Decemberleaving her job as a youth counselor at a Chino, California, correctional facility.

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The squad embarked on a yearlong goodwill and training tour, playing most of the top NCAA teams as well as foreign teams, finishing with a mark. Peck, who inherited the Boilermakers job when coach Nell Fortner left to coach the U. Olympic team, led Purdue to a regular season record. Vivian Stringer, the Rutgers head coach, remains the only woman and one of only two coaches overall to take three different schools to the NCAA Final Four.

Stringer led Rutgers, Iowa and Cheyney State to the national semifinals. She was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in Richie is the first African-American woman to head a major U.

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Richie remains until and is replaced by Lisa Borders, another African-American woman. She remained on the team a record-setting nine times, Chicaog twice as national team captain.

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The challenges were that not a lot of African-Americans existed in the sport. There were so few blacks competing.

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A Hobart YMCA after school program employee said she was fired from her job after being told to remove Black Lives Matter messages from. work The interest that black women took in the YMCA's work, however, troubled Nevertheless, the Chicago YMCA Training School did not ex- clude African. The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago will host its 7th Annual Recognition YMCA of Metro Chicago Recognition Dinner Mission of Our Lady of Angels.

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He played a leading role in many progressive social reform organizations in Chicago and became the first president of the combined Jewish Charities of Chicago. The papers bear the stamp of the man, the methods he used in dispensing some sixty million dollars of his fortune, and jn goals that he hoped this money would attain.

The data sent to Rosenwald in support of requests is of interest, especially when it is accompanied by the personal views and evaluations of keen observers of the social scene. The record of Rosenwald's involvement with social problems, reflecting both his attitudes and the needs presented by individuals and organizations, offers a unique historical perspective of social conditions.

My one chance to compete on the Olympic stage had passed me by. The University of Chicago was the recipient of the largest portion of his gifts to higher education, yet he also gave sizable gifts to Harvard University, characteristically including money for publication fund and research assistance for Professor Felix Frankfurter. Lucille Townsend, a Bennett player, said the teams shared a locker room during their games.

Olympic team. This opens the door to fully funded athletic scholarships for women. The bulk of the collection is arranged in an alphabetical subject file Series I that includes the following organizations: Art Institute of Chicago, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc.

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Abstract: Julius Rosenwald, businessman and philanthropist. The papers of Julius Rosenwald contain correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and a Rosenwald family tree. The collection documents Rosenwald's deep sense ymcaa social responsibility and commitment to philanthropic and civic endeavors, in particular his support of rural schools for African Americans, higher education, Jewish charities, and medical care.

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Information on Use The collection is ymcw for research. Citation When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Julius Rosenwald. Rosenwald was educated in the public schools in Springfield, and in he began his business career with Hammerslough Brothers, wholesale clothiers in New York City. He served Sears, Ymc successively as vice presidentpresidentand chairman of the board Under his leadership, Sears developed its lucrative nationwide mail-order business, established savings blxck profit-sharing plans for employees, and became America's largest retailer.]