Marr/McGee family papers 1989 addendum, 1964-1973, undated | Amistad Research Center
32 slide magazines:
3 Hollinger boxes of slide magazines as follows:
Antigua/other isles: 1 slide
Barbados, 1972, undated: 7 slides
Curacao, 1973: 1 slide
Connecticut, 1965-1966, undated: 4 slides
Gaspe, 1964-1965: 3 slides
McGee/Barbados, etc.: 1 slide
NAACP Hearing, Montgomery: 1 slide
India: 8 slides
Sky Mt. Ranch, Augusta, Montant: 1 slide
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1965: 1 slide
Sunsets Window/Charles Marr/ Ginger: 1 slide
Tribute to Duke Ellington: 2 slides
Warrenton, etc: 1 slide
2.4 linear feet of correspondence, press clippings, and photographs
2 reels of magnetic tape, sound recording of an interview by Ms. Althea T. L. Simmons, the education director of the NAACP. Interview was of Joseph McMillian and Warren Marr.
2 Hollinger boxes of correspondence, statements, press clippings, photographs mostly on the career and civic activities of Carmel Carrington Marr who worked with the U.S. Association of America, U.S. Development Corporation, New York State Public Service Commission, and as a member of the Republican Party, and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.
0.8 linear feet of materials including correspondences and collected items, primarily of Mr. Marr when he was editor of Crisis or during his tenure with the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries. Correspondence reflects the many civic and community involvements of Mr. Marr, as well as his career. Much of the printed items are those generated by the New York office of the NAACP.
2 linear feet of materials created by Mrs. Carmel Carrington Marr in her position as a commissioner on the New York State Public Service Commission. This addition includes correspondence, press clippings, photographs, and collected items of the New York State Public Service Commission, U.S. Department of Energy, United Nations, and the U.S. Department of State.