African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.) City Council.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; Segregation--Texas--San Antonio--History.;
Folder: Local Government, City Council, 1963. The folder includes political statements, news clippings, interviews, media notes, and local research materials for Reverend Black's 1963 bid for office on City Council.
Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Part 1 of 2 of folder, Local Government: Alamodome, 1988-1995. Contains documents that reflect government and citizen action regarding the Alamodome sports facility on the East side of San Antonio, and includes groups such as the Citizens for the...
African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Baptists -- United States -- History.;
Reverend Black was involved with the beginnings of the Baptist Ministers Union of San Antonio and Vicinity, as Secretary, as part of committees, and as President. This folder contains meeting notes, correspondence, organizational documents such as...
Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.).; Cities and towns -- Study and teaching.;
Folder: Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 1972-2004. This folder contains correspondence, event ephemera, and class memoranda, notes and reports that pertain to Reverend Black's relationship with Dr. Earl Lewis, professor of Urban Studies at...
Arts facilities -- Texas -- San Antonio.; Carver Community Cultural Center (San Antonio, Tex.); Long, Jo.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Folder: Carver Community Cultural Center, 1978-2006. Contains documents such as correspondence, event promotional and planning documents; newsclippings about Jo Long, Center Director; and, correspondence.
Baptists - Sermons.; Baptists -- United States -- History.; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
Undated sermons written by Reverend Black, based on the bible book, Matthew. The sermons organized by bible book are most likely from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. This organizational system for sermons used by Reverend Black was later abandoned.