Periodical entitled, "Afrika Must Unite," Vol. 1, No. 4 from March/April 1972 including articles on Garveyism, Pan-Afrikans, musical traditions in Ghana, and other issues in Africa and the United States.
This album is comprised of photographs of Gertrude Sanford Legendre and other members of her family, including her grandfather, Stephen Sanford, her mother, Ethel Sanford, her siblings, Stephen and Sarah Jane Sanford, her husband, Sidney Legendre, and her brother-in-law, Morris Legendre.
This album is comprised of photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, and other documents from an expedition to French Equatorial Africa, in which Getrude Legendre participated. The expedition was sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History and the National Geographic Society, and collected plant and animal specimens, photographs of wildlife and people, and recordings of native dialects and music.
Document entitled, "Mashariki (EAST) Structure," including writings entitled, "East Protocol," "Waziri Elimu - Education Ministry," "Mtoto Care Center," "The Evening School," "The East Bookstore," "Waziri Jamii," "Uchumi (Economics) Projection," "Past Observations and Projections for the East," "Waziri Uchumi, East Cultural Center," "Waziri Usalamu," "Program for 'Super Simbas,'" "Mashariki Waziri Habari One-Year Plan, " "JAMAA - Social Organization," The Moral Progression of a People can Scarcely Begin Until They Are Independent," and "Waziri Siasa."
Framed acrylic painting depicting a scene of modern and primitive dwellings being attacked by airplanes and tanks; villagers have guns, bows and arrows, and spears, and are wearing native garments; signed "DzibA C" lower right; origin unknown.