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DCI Places: Greenwood Cultural Center

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
North Tulsa Oral History Project. Includes interviews with Wilhelmina Guess Howell, Lloyd H. Williams, Jr., and Eunice Jackson Don Thompson, Don Thompson, Eddie Faye Gates American 5327.1820
"Survivors' Stories." Includes interviews of Tulsa Race Massacre survivors conducted for the Oklahoma Commission to Study the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. Photo montage accompanied by "Greenwood Is You", words and music written and performed by Reverend Bryan American 5327.1686
North Tulsa Oral History Project. Includes interviews with Jobie Elizabeth Holderness, Alfred Barnett, Thelma Whitlow, Ernie Fields, Pocahontas Greadington, Thelma DeEtta Perryman Gray, and Fannie Hill. Don Thompson, Don Thompson, Eddie Faye Gates American 5327.1822
An unidentified African woman with Virginia Franklin at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10822
Jean Jones, Representative Don Ross, Dr. Lawrence Reed, at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the Thelma and Henry Whitlow induction into Hall of Fame Eddie Faye Gates, Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10818
Eddie Faye Gates, a tour guide to the Oklahoma Tourism Tour for National Black Journalists at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Greenwood Cultural Center, Eddie Faye Gates American 4327.10827
Michael Rosenbaum, Senior Producer for 60 Minutes II, and Eddie Faye Gates inside the Mabel B. Little Heritage House Eddie Faye Gates, Mabel B. Little American 4327.10880
Eddie Faye Gates lecturing to students from Principia College, Elsah, Illinois Eddie Faye Gates American 4327.10703
Eddie Faye Gates lecturing to students from Principia College, Elsah, Illinois Eddie Faye Gates American 4327.10704
Mrs. Robert Frayser, Mrs. Clark Frayser - Sarah Anne Robertson Frayser, and Eddie Faye Gates at the Tulsa premiere of "Tulsa Lynching" at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma American 4328.10922
A group of unidentified individuals at a Tulsa Reparations Committee Meeting, with Eddie Faye Gates, Mark Stodghill, the chair of the Tulsa Reparations Committee, and Johnnie Cochran, leading reparations lawyer Eddie Faye Gates, Johnnie Lee Cochran American 4327.10511
Massacre survivor Mildred Evit Wilburn; Copy 1 of 2 American 4328.11029
Eddie Faye Gates at the "Remembering the Past" exhibit; photo taken by John W. Jones Eddie Faye Gates American 4328.10479
Representative Don Ross at an "Operation Outreach 'At Risk'" retreat, at Our Lady of the Osages, in Tulsa, Oklahoma American 4327.10575
An unidentified African woman at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10821
Wilhelmina Guess Howell, niece of Dr. A.C. Jackson who was killed by mobsters in the Tulsa Race Riot, 1921; Copy 1 of 2 American 4327.11054
Eddie Faye Gates with Mabel B. Little, autographing her book, and an unidentified individual at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Eddie Faye Gates, Mabel B. Little, Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10824
Two unidentified individuals with Judge Jesse Harris at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10808
Senator Enoch K. Haney, Senator Maxine Horner and Eddie Faye Gates at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Maxine Edwyna Cissel Horner, Eddie Faye Gates, Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10825
Two unidentified individuals with Senator Maxine Horner, at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Maxine Edwyna Cissel Horner, Greenwood Cultural Center American 4327.10810