National Archives and Records Administration
U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999)
ARC Identifier 50813 / Local Identifier 306.4583.
INTRODUCES FIVE BLACK AMERICAN ARTISTS -
CHARLES WHITE, A PAINTER IN LOS ANGELES;
ROMARE BEARDEN, A NEW YORK PAINTER WHO USES COLLAGES AND CUT-OUTS;
RICHARD HUNT, A SCULPTOR IN CHICAGO;
BARBARA CHASE- RIBOUD, A SCULPTOR LIVING IN PARIS;
BETTY BLAYTON, A PAINTER-COLLAGE ARTIST AND DIRECTOR OF THE MOMA ART SCHOOL IN HARLEM. ALL ARE ACCOMPLISHED ARTISTS.
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A condensed statement of the Department of Education of the
African Methodist Episcopal Church
This volume contains execllent references along with one hundred illustrations (1906)
Takes a look at thirteen "educational districts" within the African Methodist Episcopal Church's Dept. of Education, giving the history of the colleges and universities within each district.
Author: Hawkins, J. R. (John Russell), b. 1862; African Methodist Episcopal Church. Dept. of Christian Education
Subject: Hawkins, J. R. (John Russell), b. 1862; Kittrell College (Kittrell, N.C.); African American universities and colleges; African American universities and colleges; African American educators
Publisher: [Kittrell, N.C.? : African Methodist Episcopal Church]
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Call number: b5967021
Digitizing sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to subcontractor UNC-CH for Duke University's Religion in North Carolina project.
Book contributor: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Collection: ncchurchreligiousbodyhistories; ncreligion; unclibraries; americana
Notes: Some content affected by narrow inner margins. No copyright or contents pages.
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