A. Philip Randolph, Paul Robeson and the Fight for Civil Rights
Robeson sings at a union rally, Detroit, 1941
Union members protect concert site, Peekskill, NY 1949
Concert attendees are attacked, Peekskill, NY, 1949
Overturned car, Peekskill, NY, 1949
Damaged bus & passengers, Peekskill, NY, 1949
Randolph at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, c.1963
Randolph athe the March on Washington & Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters' Logo

Paul Robeson: Artist and Citizen
-Paul Robeson : 100th Birthday Celebration 1998
-Paul Robeson: A Brief Timeline of His Life, April 9, 1898- January 23, 1976
(set of 8)
Philip Randolh: Black Heritage

-A Salute to Paul Robeson: Remarks of Dr. Edward Blousterin, 1972
Robeson of Rutgers-An outline
-A Statement by Paul Robeson, 1964, Paul Robeson Archives Inc.
-"Join the CIO",
Ford Facts
-Robeson Newspaper Clipping Collage
-Amentrout and S. Stuckey's
Paul Robeson's Living Legacy (book)
Paul Robeson: A Political Portrait, 1948-1959, exhibit catalogue, 1998
-Study Guide:
Paul Robeson: A Century of Greatness
Paul Robeson Rediscoverd: An Annotated Listing of His Chicago History From 1921 to 1958
-Audio Cassette:
The Essential Paul Robeson
-Video Cassette:
Tallest Tree in our Forest (1977) (86 mins)
-Velcro-compatible cloth

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Immigrant's Home
Child Labor
Solidarity Forever Textile Industry in America
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