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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEGRO BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN 42ND NATIONAL CONVENTION, OAKLAND, CALIF. August 2-6, 1977 Theme: Out of the Past with Pride, into the Future with Power [[double underlined]] NATIONAL OFFICERS [[/double underlined]] [[underlined]] First Vice President [[/underlined]] Mary Singletary Montclair, New Jersey Third Vice President Patricia Williams Detroit, Michigan Corresponding Secretary Barbara Veasley Flint, Michigan Treasurer Martha Ross Washington, D. C. Youth Leader Norita Crawford Dallas, Texas [[underlined]] Second Vice President [[/underlined]] Dorothy L. Hutchins St. Albans, New York Recording Secretary Evelyn Washington Jamica, New York Financial Secretary Mattie Madison New Rochelle, New York National Editor Ann Bell Nashville, Tennessee Public Relations Director Willa Benge Houston, Texas [[underlined]] PRESIDENTS EMERITUS [[/underlined] Ollie C. Porter Bertha Rhodes Anna F. Brodnax Ruth A. Handy Margaret L. Belcher Rosalie J. McGuire Florence Allen Holmes Marion E. Bryant Florence Madison Hill Geneva K. Valentine Dr. Lucy E. Thompson Marie L. Harrison National Officers [[images - black & white photographs of the following National Officers]] Robin B Owens, National President Patricia R. Williams, National 3rd Vice President Dorothy L. Hutchins, National 2nd Vice President Mary Singletary, National 1st Vice President Martha Ross, National Treasurer Mattie Madison, National Financial Secretary Evelyn Washington, National Recording Secretary Geraldine Smith, National Convention Coordinator Norita Crawford, National Youth Leader Ann Bell, National Editor
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