Description: Albert Prince Marshall (B.S. 1939, M.A. 1945) papers include biographical and personal materials, honors and awards, plaques, correspondence, publications, speeches, family history files, newspaper clippings and articles, photographs, and audiovisual materials; Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) conference materials; American Library Association (ALA) Officers Banquet and Reference Book Bulletin (RBB) Editorial Board materials; Lincoln University and Eastern Michigan University Library reports; Missouri Library Association files; a copy of Marshall's M.A. thesis ("An International Police Force: Development of the Idea from the Paris Peace Conference to the San Francisco Conference"); incomplete mimeographed copies of Marshall's "Guide to Negro Periodical Literature" (an index of articles by and about African-Americans published in the United States between 1941 and 1943); Ypsilanti Courier newspaper articles by Marshall; Brown Chapel A.M.E. files; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity files; and Marshall's community publications such as Helen Walker McAndrew: Ypsilanti's Lady Frontier Doctor (1996) and Unconquered Souls: The History of the African American in Ypsilanti (1993). Major correspondents include E. J. Josey, Satia Orange, Richard Nixon, and Robert B. Downs.