Duncan, John Bonner
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Abstract In 1952, after twenty-eight years of service in city government, John Bonner Duncan (1910-1994) was appointed recorder of deeds for the District of Columbia. He served in this capacity until 1961, at which time President John F. Kennedy appointed him the first African-American commissioner of the District of Columbia. Collection contains photographs, speeches, awards, correspondence, medical records, articles, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and reference files. The material dates from 1932-89,...
File — Box 3245: Series Series 4, Folder: 10
Identifier: Series 4
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series contains photographs of and used by the Government Relations Department of the NEA. Contents include photographs of tesimony by NEA officials before Congress, notably presidents and other executives, as well as photographs of other, less formal interactions between NEA officials and government officials. Also included are photos of summits, press conferences and other public events held in conjuction with or response to government officials. This series contains a particularly rich...