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2 Prof. Herring Spoke - February 11, 1936 on "The American Negro in Art." Costumes and scenery under direction of Alma for a pageant - Ethiopia shall Stretch Forth Her Hand which was an adaption for a I see and am Satisfied a philosophical fantasy by Professor Kelly Miller of Howard University 1940s February [[strikethrough]] 12-16 [/strikethrough]], 1940, In the Art Gallery presented the works of Negro Artists 1937 - February, 1937 - Presented her eighth Annual Negro History Art Exhibit in the Gallery, works of outstanding Negro artists, who exhibited at the Texas Centennial 1938 - February, 1938, presented the Ninth Annual Negro History Week Art Exhibit of works of outstanding [[underlined]] Negro [/underlined]] artists in the Gallery 1935 Presented her sixth annual Negro History Week Art Exhibit
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