Carol Kastakos Petranek papers on Black History and the Mark E. Mitchell exhibit, 2002
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Contains official invitations to the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Mark E. Mitchell exhibit, a bound copy of a list of the exhibit's text panels, a Temple report on the Black History Month, a proposal for a National Museum of African American History and Culture from the Friends of the NMAAHC, and notes and papers regarding the Mark E. Mitchell Exhibit.
- Other: 2002
- Petranek, Carol Kostakos (creator, Person)
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Carol Kostakos Petranek helped form diversity outreach programs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and establish Black History exhibits at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center.
Carol Kostakos Petranek helped form diversity outreach programs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the D.C. area. She also helped establish Black History Month exhibits in the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center and served as chairperson from 2002 to 2005. Carol Kostakos Petranek and her husband Gary are residents of Silver Springs, Maryland. They have four children.
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