Alain Locke: Faith and Philosophy



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676 Kallen to Locke, 14 Aug. 1947, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

677 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-143, Folder 3 (Christianity, spirituality, religion).

678 “D.C. Bahá’í Membership List, D.C. [sic] Electoral District for 1947 State and Province Elections.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

679 Kallen to Locke, 14 March 1946, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

680 Kallen to Locke, 14 March 1946, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

681Kallen to Locke, 5 March 1946, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

682 “Bahá’í Membership List: 1948 State Election, Washington, D.C. Electoral District.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

683 “Voting Members of the Washington, DC Bahá’í Community, 6 April 1949, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-176, Folder 13 (Bahá’í Faith).

684 “Bahá’í Membership List: 1949 State Election, Washington, D.C. Electoral District.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

685 [Untitled], Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-143, Folder 5 (Writings by Locke—Notes. Christianity, spirituality, religion).

686 Leonard Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke: Empowering the Silenced.” Sexual Identities, Queer Politics. Ed. Mark Blasius (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001): 321–41.

687 Qtd. in Harris, “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke: Empowering the Silenced,” 338 (but without a precise archival reference).

688 Locke, “Auto-Biog” [handwritten note], 1 Oct. 1949, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-143, Folder 5 [Autobiographical writings]).

689 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 331.

690 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 331.

691 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 331.

692 “Auto-Biog” [handwritten note], 10 June 1948, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-143, Folder 5 [Autobiographical writings]).

693 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 329.

694 “Bahá’í teachings on sexual morality centre on marriage and the family as the bedrock of the whole structure of human society, and are designed to protect and strengthen that divine institution. Thus Bahá’í law restricts permissible sexual intercourse to that between a man and the woman to whom he is married.” (From a letter of the Universal House of Justice to an individual believer, 14 March 1973.)

695 Yet this is no cause for harboring prejudice towards homosexuals, as the Universal House of Justice clearly states: “To regard homosexuals with prejudice and disdain would be entirely against the spirit of the Teachings. The doors are open for all of humanity to enter the Cause of God, irrespective of their present circumstances; this invitation applies to homosexuals as well as to any others who are engaged in practices contrary to the Bahá’í teachings.” (From a letter of the Universal House of Justice, 1995, in “The Bahá’í Teachings on Homosexuality,” The American Baha'i (Qawl 152/November 23, 1995). Online: .)

696 Jackson Armstrong-Ingram, personal communication. E-mail message dated 22 July 2004, posted in the “Tarikh” listserve.

697 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 338–39.

698 Harris. “ ‘Outing’ Alain Locke,” 339.

699 Gregory to Locke, 6 April 1949, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-32, Folder 50 (Gregory, Louis G.).

700 Faxed memo, 10 October 1994, Dr. Robert H. Stockman, Research Office, Bahá’í National Center, Wilmette, IL, to Dr. Moojan Momen, General Editor, Bahá’í Encyclopedia Project, Bahá’í Encyclopedia Archives Files. Courtesy of Dr. Gayle Morrison, General Editor, Bahá’í Encyclopedia Project, email, 3 July 2002.

701 “State or Electoral District Voting List—1950: Washington—District of Columbia.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

702 Kallen to Locke, 13 June 1950, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

703 “State or Electoral District Voting List—1951: Washington—District of Columbia.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

704 Gregory to Locke, 21 January 1951, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-32, Folder 50 (Gregory, Louis G.).

705 Kallen to Locke, 30 June 1952,, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

706 Locke to Kallen, 24 June 1952, Horace M. Kallen Papers, Manuscript Collection No. 1, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati Campus, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, Box 19, Folder 2 (Locke, Alain, 1946–1959). My thanks to Ms. Elise Nienaber for kindly providing me with a copy of this letter. See also the same letter, Locke to Kallen, 24 June 1952,, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

707 Qtd. in Bunche, Ralph J., Krikorian, Y. H., Nelson, William, et al. 1954. “The Passing of Alain Leroy Locke.” Phylon 15 (1954): 247.

708 Locke to Kallen, 30 July 1952, Horace M. Kallen Papers, Manuscript Collection No. 1, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati Campus, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, Box 19, Folder 2 (Locke, Alain, 1946–1959). My thanks again to Ms. Elise Nienaber for kindly providing me with a copy of this letter.

709 Michael Rochester, e-mail message, Wednesday, February 6, 2002 3:11 p.m. In a subsequent message, Professor Rochester wrote: “You are certainly welcome to cite or incorporate my all too brief recollections of meeting Alain Locke in your book. I’m not sure I could do a better job of rewriting it in narrative form as you suggest, particularly because I remember nothing of the substance of what he said—but will give it some thought.” (, Thursday, February 7, 2002 3:58 p.m.)

710 Locke to Mason, 22 April 1936, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-71, Folder 9 (Feb.-May 1936), 3.

711 “Baha’i Faith, Only Church in World That Does Not Discriminate.” Ebony 7 (12 Oct. 1952): 39–46 [39]. Locke kept a copy of this article. Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-147, Folder 12 (Articles, advertisements that mention Locke). [CHECK: This might be Folder 11, NOT Folder 12!

712 Locke to Kallen, 18 Feb. 1953, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-42, Folder 15 (Kallen, Horace M.).

713 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 1.

714 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 2.

715 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 3.

716 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 3.

717 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 3. Alain Locke, “Enter the New Negro,” Survey Graphic 53:11 (1 March 1925): 631–34. 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), 9.

718 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 4.

719 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 4.

720 [Untitled] “Alain Locke, June 5, 1953,” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-1, Folder 2 (Autobiographical statements), 4.

721 Qtd. by Shaveda Scott, “Alain Locke.” Online:
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