Henry Lee Moon Family Papers

Henry Lee Moon was public relations director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at its New York headquarters (1948-1960). Mollie Lewis Moon, his wife, was a social worker, public relations executive, founder and chairman of the National Urban League Guild (1942-1962), and trustee and secretary of the National Urban League (1955-1962). Roddy K. Moon (1868-1952)…

Henry Lee Moon Family Papers, Series II

The Henry Lee Moon family was a prominent twentieth century Cleveland, Ohio, African-American family involved in civil rights and community organizations. In 1912, Roddy K. Moon helped form the Cleveland Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and served as its founding president 1912-1916. He was also on the board of the Negro Welfare Association,…

Henry Lee Moon Family Photographs 

Henry Lee Moon (1901-1985) was public relations director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at its New York headquarters (1948-1960). Mollie Lewis Moon, his wife, was a social worker, public relations executive, founder and chairman of the National Urban League Guild (1942-1962), and trustee and secretary of the National Urban League (1955-1962). Roddy K. Moon…

Henry Lee Moon Family Photographs, Series II 

Henry Lee Moon was public relations director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at its New York headquarters (1948-1960). Mollie Lewis Moon, his wife, was a social worker, public relations executive, founder and chairman of the National Urban League Guild (1942-1962), and trustee and secretary of the National Urban League (1955-1962). Roddy K. Moon was…