Marian Anderson 1897 - 1993 SINGER In the DAR refused to let Anderson sing in DC's Constitution Hall because she was black. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from the DAR, and her husband's administration arranged an outdoor concert at the Li
Charlotte E. Ray was the first African-American female lawyer in the United States. Ray graduated from Howard University School of Law in 1872 and became the first female admitted to the District of Columbia Bar.
Opera Singer, Marian Anderson, Was Born February In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On January 1955 Anderson Appeared At The Metropolitan Opera In New York , As Ulrica In Verdi's Masked Bal.
Penn Special Collections - Anderson Exhibit - This exhibition celebrates the artistic development and musical career of Marian Anderson. Renowned throughout the world for her extraordinary contralto voice, she is also remembered for her dignity and grace.
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Marian Anderson (February 1897 – April was an American contralto and one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century. Music critic Alan Blyth said: "Her voice was a rich, vibrant contralto of intrinsic beauty.