SCRBC

AcronymDefinition
SCRBCSouth Central Regional Barista Competition
SCRBCSchomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
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Bruce Papers, Box 1-Personal Papers (newspaper clipping), undated, SCRBC.
Bruce Papers, Box 1-Correspondence, June 7, 1936, SCRBC.
Bruce Papers, Box 1-Personal Papers-Correspondence, June 19, 1936, SCRBC.
Bruce Papers, Box 1-Personal Papers, newspaper clipping of The Union, Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec 5, 1940, SCRBC.
Bruce Papers, Box 1-Correspondence, October 7, 1940, SCRBC.
79 (#1994), Bruce Papers, SCRBC. The Societie Internationale de Philologie et Beaux was founded in Paris in 1873, its official journal, the Philomath, was published in London from 1895-1934.
1, 351; Hill, "The First England Years and After, 1912-1914," 50-51; Hayford's publications included: Ethiopia Unbound: Studies in Race Emancipation (London: Phillips, 1911); Gold Coast Land Tenure and the Forest Bill (London: Phillips, 1912); The Truth About the West African Land Question (London: Phillips, 1913); United West Africa (London: Phillips, 1919); and The Disabilities of Black Folk and their Treatment with an Appeal to the Labour Party (London, 1929); and Hayford to Bruce, August 7, 1915, (Omitted from the Calendar), Bruce Papers, SCRBC.
Marcus Garvey," and "The Sons of Africa," in Gilbert, editor, The Selected Writings of John Edward Bruce, 146 and 101-103; "Sons of Africa," 1913?, B-63 (#2068), SCRBC; and Hill, editor, The Marcus Garvey Papers, Vol.