Alain Locke: Faith and Philosophy



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. See further: Fred Beuttler, Organizing an American Conscience: The Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1940-1968. Dissertation: University of Chicago, Department of History, 1995.

604 NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

605 Louis G. Gregory and Curtis D. Kelsey, “Syllabus for Class in the Study of Race Unity[,] Green Acre, Eliot, Maine. August 5–10,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-176, Folder 13 (Bahá’í Faith).

606 Louis G. Gregory and Curtis D. Kelsey, “Syllabus for Class in the Study of Race Unity,” 1.

607 Freedom: A Concert in Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States (1940). Compact disc. New York: Bridge, 2002. [This CD digitizes two monaural (not stereo) sound tape reels : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. ; 10 in. + 1 program ( 12 p.). Catalogued as recording AFS 6092–6095, Archive of Folk Song at the Library of Congress.]

608 Alain Locke, “Spirituals,” in The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture. Ed. Jeffrey C. Stewart (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 126.

609 Facsimile of the official program for the dedicatory dinner honoring Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt on 7 May 1941. From the papers of Peter Pollack. The Smithsonian Archives of American Art. Online: . Accessed 11 Aug. 2003.

610 Haney to Locke, 27 January 1941, MSRC, Box 164-33, Folder 49 (“Haney, Mariam”).

611 NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

612 Locke to Haney, 30 March 1941, MSRC, Box 164-33, Folder 49 (“Haney, Mariam”).

613 Alain Locke, “Pluralism and Intellectual Democracy.” In Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, Second Symposium. New York: Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1942. Reprint in Locke (1989), 51–66.

614 Harris, “Introduction,” Philosophy of Alain Locke, 8.

615 NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

616 Alain Locke, Mordecai Johnson, Doxey Wilkerson, Leon Ransom, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?” Town Meeting: Bulletin of America’s Town Meeting on the Air 8.5 (1 June 1942): 3–12 .

617 Johnson, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?”, 4.

618 Locke, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?”, 6–7.

619 Locke, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?”, 7.

620 Locke, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?”, 17.

621 Locke, “Is There a Basis for Spiritual Unity in the World Today?”, 18.

622 Alain Locke, “The Unfinished Business of Democracy,” Survey Graphic 31 (November 1942): 455–61.

623 News clipping, “Three Named to Music Unit Of Cultural Relations,” Washington Herald, 18 Jan. 1943, Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society. My thanks to Robert S. Cox, Keeper of Manuscripts.

624 Smith College Museum of Art, Bulletin 24 (October 1943): 26. Alain Locke Papers, MSRC.

625 Alain Locke, “The Negro Group.” Group Relations and Group Antagonisms. Ed. Robert M. MacIver (New York: Institute for Religious Studies, 1943).

626 Alain Locke, World View on Race and Democracy: A Study Guide in Human Group Relations. Chicago: American Library Association, 1943.

627 Betsy Graves Reyneau,oil-on-canvas portrait of Locke, circa 1943–1944, National Portrait Gallery. Online .

628 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 7 (Last will and testament, 1943).

629 Maurice Dartique to Henry Allen Moe, 21 May. 1942, Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society. My thanks to Robert S. Cox, Keeper of Manuscripts.

630 Locke to Moe, 5 June 1943, Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society.

631 Locke to Moe, 30 July 1943 (“Report: Visit to Haiti, April 3rd–July 10, 1943,” p. 2), Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society.

632 Alain Locke, “The Negro in the Three Americas.” Journal of Negro Education 14 (Winter 1944): 18. Reprinted in Jeffrey C. Stewart, ed., The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 469.

633 Locke to Moe, 30 July 1943 (“Report: Visit to Haiti, April 3rd–July 10, 1943,” p. 2), Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society.

634 Alain Locke, Le rôle du Negro dans la culture des Amerique (Port-au-Prince: Haiti Imprimerie de l’état, 1943).

635 Locke to Moe, 30 July 1943 (“Report: Visit to Haiti, April 3rd–July 10, 1943,” p. 2), Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society.

636 Winston, “Locke, Alain LeRoy,” 403.

637 Ruth Blackwell, “Ellsworth Blackwell 1902–1978,” in Richard W. Thomas, Exploring the Historical and Spiritual Significance of Being a Person of African Descent in the Bahá’í Faith (African American Teaching Committee, 1998), 42. Reprinted from Bahá’í World, Vol. XVII, 1976–1979, 452–53. Alain Locke is not included in this volume.

638 Blackwell to Locke, 4 April 1943, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-14, Folder 16 (Blackwell, Elsworth and Ruth).

639 Alain Locke, “The Negro in the Three Americas,” Journal of Negro Education 14 (Winter 1944): 7 (editorial note).

640 Royal Palm hotel receipts, Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society. Courtesy of Robert S. Cox, Keeper of Manuscripts.

641 Gulick to Locke, 11 October 1943, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-33, Folder 17 (Gulick, Robert L. Jr.).

642 Juliet Thompson to Locke, Western Union Telegram, 21 Oct. 1943, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-89, Folder 43 (Thompson, Juliet).

643 Text of report courtesy of Gayle Morrison, e-mail message, 8 July 2002. See also Morrison, To Move the World, 285 and 362, n. 27, citing Louis Gregory, “The Historic Thirty-Sixth Convention,” Bahá’í News, no. 170 (Sept. 1944): 7.

644 Juliet Thompson to Locke, 26 Oct. 1943, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-89, Folder 43 (Thompson, Juliet).

645 See link on the Alain L. Locke Society’s
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