Taylor, Joseph T. (Joseph Thomas), 1913-2000
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Flanner House, a social service center for the Indianapolis, Indiana African-American community, promotes the social, moral, and physical welfare of African-Americans, particularly youth. It was established in 1898 by Frank Flanner, a local mortician, under the name of Flanner Guild and was the first settlement house for African-Americans in the city. Programs and activities have included a day nursery, training for men and women, self-help projects such as housing construction, and public...
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The IU-Indianapolis Downtown Campus records document IU’s undergraduate program in Indianapolis in the years prior to the creation of IUPUI. Most of the records relate to the activities of Downtown Campus administrators and faculty, but various newspapers and newsletters provide information about student life. The records are divided into six series:Director/Dean Records, 1950-1974, consist of the records of the chief administrative officer of the Downtown Campus. The position...