Hoyt William Fuller collection
The Hoyt William Fuller Collection documents his career from 1943-1981.
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United States, 39.76, -98.5
Still Image, Text
The Hoyt William Fuller Collection documents his career from 1943-1981. Mr. Fuller's association with Johnson Publishing Company from the 1950's until 1976 is represented during his years as the associate editor of Ebony and as editor of Negro Digest/Black World, 1961-1976. In his capacity as editor of the leading Black literary publication in the nation, Mr. Fuller was mentor, critic, consultant and publisher to many of today's writers. He was a founder of the Organization of Black American Culture (O.B.A.C.). The famous Wall of Respect in Chicago, created by the artist workshop of O.B.A.C. in May of 1976, gave impetus to the wall mural movement of the 1960's. The papers and the correspondence, photographs and posters that document his travels in Africa, Europe and the Americas leave a collection of great clarity and great beauty. This collection will prove to be a vital link in the history of African Americans and a most important part of the development of responsible journalism in the United States.
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
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