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Mercer Ellington Comes to Anacostia

Title:
Mercer Ellington Comes to Anacostia
Date:
October 25, 1985
Notes:
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 371, Box 4, "The Torch," December 1985, p. 2
Summary:
Mercer Ellington, son of Duke Ellington, comes to the Anacostia Museum to film a 30-second public service announcement for the exhibit, "The Renaissance: Black Arts of the '20s." The announcement is co-produced by the Anacostia Museum and the Office of Public Affairs, and is scheduled for release in early 1986
Topics:
African Americans, Public relations
Subjects:
Ellington, Mercer, Anacostia Community Museum
Category:
Chronology of Smithsonian History
Full Record:
http://siris-sihistory.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=all&source=~!sichronology&uri=full=3100001~!2087~!0#focus

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