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Oral history interview with Charles Qualls

Interviewee:
Qualls, Charles E
Creator:
Anacostia Oral History Project
Subject:
Anacostia Community Museum
Anacostia Neighborhood Museum
Frederick Douglass Home
Physical description:
Sound recording: 1 sound cassette
Sound recording: 1 sound disk CD-R (00:32:39). digital, 16-bit 44.1 KhZ
Sound recording: 1 data disk DVD-R digital, 24-bit 96kHz WAV
Culture:
African American
Type:
Sound recordings
Oral history
Interviews
Place:
Anacostia (Washington, D.C.)
Date:
1975
Notes:
The Center for Anacostia Studies was the predecessor of the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum research department.
Summary:
An interview of Charles Qualls conducted in 1975 for the Anacostia Oral History Project through the Center for Anacostia Studies and the Anacostia Community Museum.
Charles Qualls discusses his memories of Anacostia on subjects such as geographical boundaries, the ethnic and racial makeup of the community, and lower-income housing like Barry Farms. He recalls his efforts to restore the Frederick Douglass Home while he was chairman of the Coordinating Committee of Anacostia Vicinity.
Cite as:
Anacostia Oral History Project, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
AV002901
AV003006
AV002864
See more items in:
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Data Source:
Anacostia Community Museum Archives

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