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Research report prepared as part of a North First Street Redevelopment Program Research by Annalise Fonza in 2002. Includes transcriptions of interviews with with Lum Rose & Joe Taylor, Allan Penwell and John L. Johnson. Also includes two documents…
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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,…
Special program for 53rd Annual Men's Day Church Service
Salem Baptist Church - New Sanctuary Dedication Program - "A New Beginning (Keeping Christ as the Focus)"
Commemorative program produced by Salem Baptist Church to celebrate the dedication of a new sanctuary built to the east of its 1909 Sanctuary. NOTE: Commemorative History separated from this file and available as separate file.
Images of local quilt-makers whose quilts were featured in the Spring 1994 Krannert Art Museum exhibit "Covering Our Heritage." Photoed include: Luvata Bowles, Mary Louise McCoy, Pauline Gates Pelmore, Mamie Smith, Maudie Edwards, and Emma Brant
Applique quilt pieced by Landau Cannon Butler; quilted years later by Mary Avant and often at Douglas Annex, Champaign Park District
Quilt displayed as part of Krannert Art Museum exhibit on African-American quilting in Champaign-Urbana. Exhibit took place in Spring 1994.
"Covering Our Heritage" was an exhibit that took place at Krannert Art Museum in Spring 1994 and featured local African-American quilt-makers. In these images from the exhibit opening: Roger Cooper gives a dramatic reading; Rosemary Cooper introduced…
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