Harold A. Lett Papers

About this Collection

This collection consists of selected items from the Harold Lett Collection. Harold Lett worked for the New Jersey Urban League from 1934-1945. At the Urban League Lett worked on housing issues and race relations. He also worked on educational issues for example he made a speech on "Public Schools and Negro". Read more about the Urban League in the Essex County Urban League Collection.

Approximate Number of Negro Teachers Employed in New Jersey as of April 1952
County statistics of African-American teachers employed in New Jersey.
Changes in Racial Policies in New Jersey's 549 School Districts
Statistics showing the racial changes in Newark population, school enrollment, students and teachers.
Integration of Public Schools in New Jersey
A paper about the history of segregation and road to integration in New Jersey Public schools.
Public Schools Speech
Outline of a speech on African-Americans in public schools.
Racial Policies in New Jersey School Districts 1953-1954
Statistics showing the racial changes in Newark population, school enrollment, students and teachers.
Schools Attended Exclusively by Negros
Statistics showing schools attended by African-Americans in different New Jersey Counties.
Survey of New Jersey Public School System
A survey of the public school systems in the state of New Jersey made under the direction of the New Jersey State Conference of NAACP Branches.