Georg G. Iggers Papers

Title

Georg G. Iggers Papers

Creator

Iggers, Georg G., 1926-2017

Date

1950-2004

Description

The Georg G. Iggers papers consists of photocopies of correspondence, reports and articles collected by former PSC faculty member, Dr. Georg G. Iggers, from around 1950-2004. Dr. Iggers and his wife Dr. Wilma Iggers were associate professors at Philander Smith College from 1950-1957. The collection includes papers written about Dr. Iggers' civil rights/NAACP activities in Little Rock Arkansas in the 1950's, documents that chronicle the development of the Title III program at PSC and the establishment of cooperative agreements between the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, as well as letters that detail the Iggers' decades long relationship with Philander Smith College.

Subject

Iggers, Georg G., 1926-2017
Philander Smith College--Faculty
Civil rights movements--Arkansas--Little Rock--History--20th century
Segregation--Arkansas--1950-1960
Jewish refugees--United States
African American universities and colleges
Title III Program

Extent

1 box, 20 folders

Is Part Of

Special Collections

Table Of Contents

Folders
  1. Provenance, biographical info, photos
  2. Freyer, G. A. (n. d.). Objectivity and involvement: Georg G. Iggers and writing the history of the Little Rock Crisis [paper]. University of Alabama.
  3. Correspondence and reports regarding the desegregation of Little Rock Public Library, NAACP activities and report segregation in Arkansas schools, 1950-1956, 1988-2007.
  4. Iggers, G. G. (1952). A study on the equality under segregation in the Little Rock Public School System. Little Rock Council on Schools.
  5. Correspondence with Dr. M. LaFayette Harris regarding teaching responsibilities, salary and resignation, 1954-1958.
  6. Correspondence with Dr. Ernest T. Dixon, Jr., replies from U of A & Tuskegee Institutes to establish cooperative agreements, 1965-1968.
  7. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton and SUNY’s Cooperation with Predominately Negro Colleges, 1968.
  8. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton regarding Iggers’ evaluation of the Title III program at Philander Smith College. Includes reports and drafts, 1971-1977 (includes reports).
  9. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton regarding Iggers’ evaluation of the Title III program at Philander Smith College, 1971-1975.
  10. Correspondence regarding Title III program development, IPI program, faculty development cooperative program with SUNY (Buffalo), 1973-1977.
  11. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton & Dr. McAllister Hull (SUNY) regarding the Title III Graduate Tutorial Program, 1974-1981.
  12. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton regarding Iggers’ evaluation of the Title III program at PSC, 1981-1982 (includes reports).
  13. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton and Dr. Hazo Carter regarding Iggers’ evaluations of the Title III program at PSC, 1983-1985 (includes reports).
  14. Title III evaluation reports, 1986, 1987 & 1990.
  15. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton regarding Title III reports. PSC Newsletters, stats and campus announcements, 1989-1994.
  16. Correspondence with Dr. McKinley Newton and PSC presidents Dr. Trudie K. Reed and Dr. Walter Kimbrough, 1995-2005.
  17. Correspondence with Dr. Trudie Reed regarding autobiography, library/archive donations and PSC honorary degree, 2001-2002.
  18. Correspondence with Dr. Trudie Reed, Dr. W. D. Lindsey and Clarita Reed regarding PSC faculty dismissals, 2001-2004.
  19. Weltman, Ilana (n. d.). Paper that examines why HBCU’s “actively hired” German-Jewish refugee scholars after WWII in the 1930’s, ca. 2009.
  20. Gutfreund, H. (2018, April 9). Somewhere in the middle-between: Opportunities and limitations for Jewish refugee scholars at black colleges, 1939-1963. 

Source

Georg G. Iggers

Relation

The Georg G. Iggers donated a collection of original papers to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock archives in 1989. His documents are part of the Arkansas Small Manuscript Collection.

Language

eng
ger

Type

Collection

Coverage

Little Rock (Ark.)
Buffalo (N.Y.)

Access Rights

This collection is available for viewing at D. W. Reynolds Library, Archives and Special Collections.

Provenance

The Georg G. Iggers Papers were donated to Philander Smith College by Dr. Iggers.

Finding Aid by

L. Stacey

Accession by

L. Stacey

Accession date

2017-05-03

Accession number

09.IGGE.2017.01

Acquisition Type

Donation by Georg G. Iggers

Date received

1999, 2012

Repository

D. W. Reynolds Library, Archives and Special Collections, Philander Smith College.

Storage location

ARC STORAGE 39E

Social Bookmarking

Collection

Citation

Iggers, Georg G., 1926-2017, “Georg G. Iggers Papers,” Philander Smith College Digital Archive, accessed August 13, 2022, https://pscdigitalarchive.omeka.net/items/show/876.