Madam C.J. Walker
|Title:||Madam C.J. Walker|
Madam C. J. Walker was a self-made businesswoman who became a national figure and philanthropist. In 1910, she moved to Indianapolis, Indiana, setting up a factory and beauty school. The collection contains the personal and business papers of Madam Walker, A'Lelia Walker, Freeman B. Ransom, and others who worked for the company, records relating to operations and the beauty schools and agents, and materials from businesses located in the Walker Building in Indianapolis. This digital collection is a sample of the materials found in the collection.
|Subjects:||Walker, C. J., Madam, 1867-1919 | Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company | Cosmetics industry--Indiana | African American businesspeople--Indiana | African American philanthropists--Indiana | African American women--Indiana | United States, Indiana, Indianapolis, 39.768403, -86.158068 | United States, Indiana, Marion County, 39.7817097, -86.1384717|
|Institution:||Indiana Historical Society|