Papers, 1927-1954 (bulk 1927-1935)


Papers, 1927-1954 (bulk 1927-1935)

Biographical information and photos, correspondence, programs, scrapbooks, a passport, and newsletters. The correspondence, programs, and a scrapbook relate to Dethridge's career as a lyric soprano. There is a passport and identification from her 1929 and 1930 trips to Italy as a student and performer. Also included is a scrapbook (ca. 1935) compiled by the National Association of Colored Women, correspondence from the Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Indiana, and 1944 newsletters from the Perfect Circle Factory in Hagerstown with news of servicemen.

1 box and 1 oversize box.


SNAC Resource ID: 7349728

Indiana Historical Society Library

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Black Women in the Middle West Project. (corporateBody)

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Perfect Circle Companies. (corporateBody)

Dethridge, Luvena Wallace (Mary Luvena Wallace), 1894-1988. (person)

A resident of Richmond, Ind., Dethridge held a number of jobs while studying voice and performing in the U.S. and Italy. She participated in a number of clubs and organizations, and was an active church woman. From the description of Papers, 1927-1954 (bulk 1927-1935) (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 33342033 ...

Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Indiana. (corporateBody)