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African American Advisory Council oral history project

Repository: History Colorado. The Colorado Historical Society

Collection Description (CRHP): In this collection, members of the CHS African American Advisory Council discuss their family experiences in Colorado (including Denver, Colorado Springs, and Dearfield) and elsewhere (including Little Rock, Arkansas); they also comment on what it was like to pursue various professions in Colorado (including Negro League ballplayer, teacher, night club owner, lawyer, and musician). Narrators are Lillie M. Bracken; Carnieca Brown-White; John E. Carey, Sr.; William and Winifred Coker; Rolan Craig; Fannie Mae Duncan; Byron Johnson; Christine T. Johnson; George Morrison, Jr.; Fannie Mae Rivers; Marian Morrison Robinson; Laverne Springs.

Date(s): 1993-1997

Digital Status: No

Existing IDs: OH 700-701, 725

Extent: 13 audiocassettes analog 1 7/8 ips

Language: English

Interviewees: Lillie M. Bracken, Carnieca Brown-White, John E. Carey, Sr., William Coker, Winifred Coker, Rolan Craig, Fannie Mae Duncan, Byron Johnson, Christine T. Johnson, George Morrison, Jr., Fannie Mae Rivers, Marian Morrison Robinson, Laverne Springs

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights


African American athletes
African American businesspeople
African American educators--Colorado
African American lawyers--Colorado
African American musicians
African Americans--Arkansas
African Americans--Colorado
Negro leagues


Sound recordings


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