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African Americans

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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 319 Collections and/or Records:

Ellis, Thomas Sayers

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2022.058

Eugene Matthews index, 2022-06-02

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_01_ind.pdf
Abstract Rev. Dr. Eugene W. Matthews describes his childhood in Hanover, Maryland, where he was adopted by his aunt and uncle and baptized by his great-grandfather. He recalls attending the one high school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County before joining the Air Force and spending most of his military service in Germany. He describes meeting his wife while working at Crownsville State Hospital in Maryland before becoming an analyst for the National Security Agency. He describes the...
Dates: 2022-06-02

Eugene Matthews interview, part 1, 2022-06-02

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_01_01.wav
Abstract Rev. Dr. Eugene W. Matthews describes his childhood in Hanover, Maryland, where he was adopted by his aunt and uncle and baptized by his great-grandfather. He recalls attending the one high school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County before joining the Air Force and spending most of his military service in Germany. He describes meeting his wife while working at Crownsville State Hospital in Maryland before becoming an analyst for the National Security Agency. He describes the...
Dates: 2022-06-02

Eugene Matthews interview, part 2, 2022-06-02

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_01_02.wav
Abstract Rev. Dr. Eugene W. Matthews describes his childhood in Hanover, Maryland, where he was adopted by his aunt and uncle and baptized by his great-grandfather. He recalls attending the one high school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County before joining the Air Force and spending most of his military service in Germany. He describes meeting his wife while working at Crownsville State Hospital in Maryland before becoming an analyst for the National Security Agency. He describes the...
Dates: 2022-06-02

Eugene Matthews photo, 2022-06-02

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_01_image.jpg
Abstract Rev. Dr. Eugene W. Matthews describes his childhood in Hanover, Maryland, where he was adopted by his aunt and uncle and baptized by his great-grandfather. He recalls attending the one high school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County before joining the Air Force and spending most of his military service in Germany. He describes meeting his wife while working at Crownsville State Hospital in Maryland before becoming an analyst for the National Security Agency. He describes the...
Dates: 2022-06-02

Eugene Matthews transcript, 2022-06-02

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_01_tra.pdf
Abstract Rev. Dr. Eugene W. Matthews describes his childhood in Hanover, Maryland, where he was adopted by his aunt and uncle and baptized by his great-grandfather. He recalls attending the one high school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County before joining the Air Force and spending most of his military service in Germany. He describes meeting his wife while working at Crownsville State Hospital in Maryland before becoming an analyst for the National Security Agency. He describes the...
Dates: 2022-06-02

Everett Williams index, 2022-06-14

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_02_ind.pdf
Abstract Everett P. Williams Jr. discusses growing up musically gifted, starting a career in music during his studies at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and subsequent experiences that led him to his role as minister of music at Asbury United Methodist Church in D.C. Mr. Williams talks about Washington, D.C. from 1981 up to the time of the interview (2022), particularly as a center of culture, the impact of COVID on Asbury United Methodist Church and his role in the church’s response, reactions to the...
Dates: 2022-06-14

Everett Williams interview, 2022-06-14

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_02.wav
Abstract Everett P. Williams Jr. discusses growing up musically gifted, starting a career in music during his studies at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and subsequent experiences that led him to his role as minister of music at Asbury United Methodist Church in D.C. Mr. Williams talks about Washington, D.C. from 1981 up to the time of the interview (2022), particularly as a center of culture, the impact of COVID on Asbury United Methodist Church and his role in the church’s response, reactions to the...
Dates: 2022-06-14

Everett Williams photo, 2022-06-14

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_02_image.jpg
Abstract Everett P. Williams Jr. discusses growing up musically gifted, starting a career in music during his studies at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and subsequent experiences that led him to his role as minister of music at Asbury United Methodist Church in D.C. Mr. Williams talks about Washington, D.C. from 1981 up to the time of the interview (2022), particularly as a center of culture, the impact of COVID on Asbury United Methodist Church and his role in the church’s response, reactions to the...
Dates: 2022-06-14

Everett Williams transcript, 2022-06-14

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc041_02_tra.pdf
Abstract Everett P. Williams Jr. discusses growing up musically gifted, starting a career in music during his studies at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and subsequent experiences that led him to his role as minister of music at Asbury United Methodist Church in D.C. Mr. Williams talks about Washington, D.C. from 1981 up to the time of the interview (2022), particularly as a center of culture, the impact of COVID on Asbury United Methodist Church and his role in the church’s response, reactions to the...
Dates: 2022-06-14