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Building Files, O. C. A.
Mary Church Terrell: Professional Life binder, O. C. A.
Student File: Mary Church Terrell. Folder 2, O. C. A.
Oberlin College. General Catalogue of Oberlin College 1833-1908. Oberlin College: Oberlin, Ohio, 1909, O. C. A.
Terrell, Mary Church. Letter to Henry Churchill King. 26 January 1914. HC King 2/6 Box 72, O. C. A.
Terrell, Mary Church. “SPEECH BY MARY CHURCH TERRELL ON OCCASION OF PRESENTATION OF INGRAM BRIEF TO THE UNITED NATIONS AT LAKE SUCCESS, NEW YORK WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1949.” Box 1028, Folder 2, O. C. A.
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