Doris K. Wylie Hoskins Archive on Cultural Diversity


Mrs. Doris Baker (Wylie) Hoskins, was born October 18, 1911 in Champaign, Illinois, and passed away in September, 2004, in Champaign, Illinois. She served for many years with the Committee on African-American History in Champaign County of the Early American Museum, serving as the group's archivist. She was also active in the Champaign County Section of the National Council of Negro Women Her collection of historical material was transferred to Cheryl Kennedy upon her passing. The Hoskins Archive is now made publicly accessible by the staff of the Early American Museum, Champaign County Forest Preserve District, and inquiries should be made to Cheryl Kennedy, Museum Director,

Items in the Doris K. Wylie Hoskins Archive on Cultural Diversity Collection

Resource Kit prepared for the Museum of the Grand Prairie (formerly Early American Museum). File does not include all supporting documentation.

From Doris K. Wylie Hosksins Archive for Cultural Diversity. Lee was a leader at Bethel A.M.E. Church and the "unofficial" dean of Black students at the University of Illinois in the early 20th century.

The Bethel Historical Committee is in the process of updating Bethel's early history. What follows is a compilation of information gathered from a variety of sources, including past Founder's Day programs. The Committee invites Bethel members,…

Prepared by the Church research committee in 1938. Committee includes: Luana Riley, Florence Louis Mileam, Clara Anderson Allen, Mary Blackburn Jones and Albert R. Lee, chairman.