King of Clubs of Greater Miami, Inc. collection, 1941-2005 | The Black Archives History & Research Foundation of South FL, Inc.
The collection consists of the records of the King of Clubs of Greater Miami, Inc. from 1948-2005, collected by staff of the Black Archives Foundation consisting primarily of donations from James Randolph. The records reflect the organization's activities, particularly relating to high school scholarships, awards, and events. It consists of newspaper articles, programs, yearbooks, event invitations, photographs and two books from the Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. It includes articles from the Miami Herald, the Miami Times, and Miami Social Whirl. Invitations contained in the collection date from the 1930s and were constructed of tissue paper and card stock and were cut into unique designs and shapes.
The King Of Clubs Of Greater Miami Inc is a philanthropic, volunteer oriented organization. Originally called The King of All Clubs, it was started in the early twentieth century by a group of young men, most just out of college.