Found in 232 Collections and/or Records:
Coleman 'Sugar' Hall describes his early life, schooling, education, family and his experience as a resident of the Barry Farm Housing project and the role of being an out gay man played in his life.
The ten ledgers were organized in chronological order based on the first entry in each book. Information found in the ledgers includes: name of deceased, plot location, and date of burial.
This collection consists of works and materials collected or authored by Paul Phillips Cooke. Items include clippings, correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, pamphlets, and publications from a variety of organizations, including the Cosmos and Torch Clubs. Additionally, there is information on Cooke's time as a student at Miners Teachers College and as President of the D.C. Teachers College.
Cornelia Mack discusses her work as treasurer for the Kenilworth Courts Residential Council, her life-long mission to do good in the community, the prevalence of her neighborhood church in her life and the community, and the importance of the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.
Brandon Todd discusses growing up in Washington, D.C., his career path to Councilmember, his introduction to The Davis Center and Ms. Beatrice Davis-Williams, teaching at The Davis Center, and the magnitude of servicing your community for 50 years for any business.
In this 3-part interview, writer and former journalist David E. Nicholson discusses growing up in Bloomingdale, his experience in DC Public Schools and as part of a small group of Black students who integrated Sidwell Friends School, and his family's involvement with St. George's Episcopal Church.