Oral history interview with Charles Searles
An interview of Charles Searles conducted 1991 June 13, by Cynthia Veloric, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.
Oral history interview with Fitzhugh Dinkins
Tyler, Anna, 1933-
An interview of Fitzhugh Dinkins conducted 1989 February 20-July 12, by Randson Boykin and Anna Tyler, for the Archives of American Art African-American artists in Chicago oral history project (1988-1989).
Oral history interview with Don Camp
Hunter, Anne S.
An interview of Don Camp conducted 1991 June 6, by Anne Schuster Hunter, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.
Charles C. Dawson papers
This microfilm collection of the papers of African American artist and museum curator Charles C. Dawson dates from 1910 to 1980. It includes biographical material; a 536 page draft of an autobiography; and correspondence. Correspondence includes United States Infantry correspondence and records, 1912-1923; general correspondence, 1917-1980; correspondence and financial records dealing with Dawson's book ABCs …
Oral history interview with Charles W. White
McGlynn, Betty Hoag
New Deal and the Arts Oral History Project
An interview of Charles Wilbert White conducted 1965 March 9, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art. White speaks of his youth in Chicago and early interest in art; early encounters with racism; his early training in art; working on the Federal Art Project; his U.S. Army service; going to …
Oral history interview with Paul Keene
152 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Paul Keene conducted 1990 Apr. 23, by Marina Pacini, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.
Oral history interview with Raymond Steth
An interview of Raymond Steth conducted 1990 April 28, by Marge Kline, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.
Oral history interview with Benny Andrews
Ghent, Henri, 1926-
An interview of Benny Andrews conducted 1968 June 30, by Henri Ghent, for the Archives of American Art.
Catherine Burt vertical file on black women
The collection, which dates from the 1980s and measures 1.42 linear feet, was compiled in the course of preparations for the "Black Women: Achievements Against the Odds" exhibit, which was staged at the Anacostia Museum from February 1976 to December 1976. This collection documents the lives and achievements of African American women in a variety of fields, including law, medicine, education, politics, science and the arts. The collection is comprised of documents, magazine and newspaper clippings, correspondence, photocopies, brochures and pamphlets.
Oral history interview with John Outterbridge
Bassing, Allen, 1932-
Interview of John W. Outterbridge conducted 1973 January 3, by Allen Bassing, for the Archives of American Art.