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Reminiscences of Eva Beatrice Dykes : oral history, 1977.

Creator: Dykes, Eva Beatrice, 1893-1986.
Project: Black women oral history project.
(see all project interviews)
Phys. Desc. :Transcript 19 leaves.
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Biographical Note

Educator.

Scope and Contents

Family background, childhood experiences in Washington, D.C.; education Howard University, 1911-1915, AB Radcliffe 1916, first black woman to receive PhD at Radcliffe, 1921; teacher Walden University, 1917, Howard University, 1929-44, Oakwood College, 1944-68; religious and musical activities, publications, memberships in scholarly societies, honors and awards; opinions on racism, sex discrimination, marriage, death.

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