Searching for another Kumbaya: In the late 1930's, my grandfather Norvel Daniel was proud to be the superintendent of The Mather School for Colored Girls, which aspired to give young Black women the same quality education as whites. My grandmother Neva Daniel also taught at the school. Norvel, my grandfather, loved songs and singing. He became fascinated with the students' songs and tried to collect them. After all, this is where Kumbaya came from. Here are all the materials I could find from his scholarly notes on their songs. I've tried to share these with anyone who is interested.