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"10,000 witness May Day festivities at Saints Industrial School", 1952
"April 1937. Christian hope magazine: 'an example for ministers' wives', [s.d.]
"Are you ready for the Lord's return?", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Birmingham council women plan regional meeting", 1952
"Birmingham Metropolitan Council Publicity Committee", ca. 1952
"Bishop Charles Harrison Mason and those sanctified women", COGIC scholar's forum, 2002
"Christian science: a soul danger." Roker tracts, no. 9, [s.d.]
"Christian women and changing times", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"COGIC: 50 years of progress in California", notes for a lecture, 1984?
"Coming events" & "Round up", 1949
"De Fight For Truth", May – June, 1970, vol 5, no. 22
"Efficacy of prayer", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Envisioning the future" benefit event, School of Fine Arts, USC, 2009
"Faith", [s.d.]
"Families and friends of the Japs who departed by train line the platform to bid them good-by for the duration of the war.  There were 500 men in this contingent."--caption on photograph
"Families" & "Harry Selfridge" from Chicago Sunday Tribune, 1904-05-15
"Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and Treasury Department representatives acted quickly in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo" -- caption on photograph
"Football at L.A.  Coliseum" score board, USC, 1956
"Interior view of the Asia Company Department Store in the Japanese quarter of Los Angeles."--caption on photograph
"Japanese Nationals Give Up Radioes, Cameras" -- caption on photograph
"John Toshiguki, proprietor (foreground), and Fred Koyama, pharmacist, both Nisei, shown in the prescription department of the drug store (Los Angeles)"--caption on photograph
"La libération de l'Afrique 'dite portugaise'" & "Mozambique. Communique. Front the Liberation du Mozambique", 1965
"Mallarmé: portraitist of Baudelaire & Poe" by André Masson, [s.d.]
"Mozambique. Lourenco Mutaca and Sarfu Khan Mohammed", 1965
"Outstanding among the committees...", ca. 1952
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