Exhibitions -- African Americans
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Contains one audiocassette recording, newspaper clippings, press releases, correspondence, and other papers related to Black History month and the Washington D.C. Temple exhibit and activities in 2004.
A photocopy of the comment book kept for the Mark. E. Mitchell collection exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center in February of 2002.
Contains six CDs documenting the Mark E. Mitchell African American History Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, the exhibit itself, a CD entitled Serenity, and two audio CDs of narrations related to the exhibit.
Contains printouts of news articles reporting on the 2002 Black History Month Exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center, as well as copies of thank-you letters sent to participants, correspondence, fliers, newspaper clippings, and other papers related to both Black History month and the exhibit at the Temple.
Contains correspondence, newsletters, contact lists, newspaper clippings, other papers related to Black History Month and the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center exhibits in 2004.
Carol Kastakos Petranek ephemera from the Washington D.C. Temple Visitors' Center Black History Month, 2002
Correspondence, fliers, press releases, related papers and a transcript of Elder Garff's speech on the unveiling of "Freedom's Journal" at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center 2002 Black History Month Exhibit.
Contains a journal of the chronology of the 2005 Black History Month at the Visitor's Center, copies of the Kensington Gazette and other news releases on Black History Month and the exhibit, fliers, and a contact list for the participants.
One spiral notebook containing handwritten notes belonging to Carol Petranek, and memos, correspondence, and names and addresses for invitations to the second Black History Month exhibit in 2003 at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center.
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.
One CD documenting the Black History Month Exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center from 2008, an exhibit guide, for the exhibit "Trails, Tracks, Tarmac," a page of photographs, a press release, handwritten notes and other documents related to the events.