John R. Kinard, Director of Anacostia Museum, Dies

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Summary

John R. Kinard (1936-1989), founding director of the Anacostia Museum, dies after a long illness. Dr. Kinard shepherded the new museum through its early years, built a new museum building at Fort Place, S.E., and set its course as a museum of African American history and culture.

Subject

  • Kinard, John 1936-1989
  • Anacostia Community Museum
  • Anacostia Neighborhood Museum
  • Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture

Category

Chronology of Smithsonian History

Notes

Zora Martin-Felton and Gail S. Lowe. A Different Drummer: John Kinard and the Anacostia Museum. Washington, D.C.: Anacostia Museum, 1993.

Contact information

Institutional History Division, Smithsonian Institution Archives, 600 Maryland Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20024-2520, SIHistory@si.edu

Date

August 5, 1989

Topic

  • Museums
  • Clergy
  • Deaths
  • Anacostia Neighborhood Museum
  • Anacostia Historical Society
  • African Americans
  • Deaths
  • Museum directors
  • Clergy

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