Phillis Wheatley Association

Interviews with staff and former campers at Camp Mueller, one of the nation’s first African-American summer camps, located in what is now the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The camp is operated by the Phillis Wheatley Association in Cleveland, Ohio 

Phillis Wheatley Association Photographs 

The Phillis Wheatley Association was a Cleveland, Ohio, self-help organization designed to help young African-American women adjust to city life. It was organized in 1911 by Jane Edna Hunter and originally called the Working Girls Home Association. Services included a boarding house, homemaking classes, and recreational, literary and social activities. The collection consists of photographs relating to the activities carried…

Phillis Wheatley Association Records

The Phillis Wheatley Association is a Cleveland, Ohio, self-help organization designed to help young African-American women adjust to city life. It was organized in 1911 by Jane Edna Hunter and originally called the Working Girls Home Association. Services included a boarding house, homemaking classes, and recreational, literary and social activities. The collection consists of financial and committee reports, minutes, financial…