ASNLHAssociation for the Study of Negro Life and History (forerunner of ASAAFH; founded by Carter G. Woodson in 1915)
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In 1955, Gaines was appointed an executive with the ASNLH and blocked Burroughs's effort to found a local chapter.
CORRESPONDENCE between Gaines, ASNLH staff, and Burroughs reveals much about the implicit anxieties that permeated Cold War politics during this moment.
In his reply to the ASNLH, Turner distanced himself from any direct association with Burroughs's history group.
Clearly, the political stakes and specter of left-wing political association involved for establishing a local branch were too high for the ASNLH to accept Burroughs's collegial overtures.