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Officers

President: E. Jacqueline Hunt
First Vice President: Carrie B. Tankard
Second Vice President: Louis de Geofroy
Third Vice President: Maggie Alston
Treasurer: Shirley Graves
Secretary: Melvin de Bettencourt

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Freedom Fund Committee
Maggie Alston
Over-all Chairman
All Executive Board members
Marie Doubleday

Journal
Jeanette Wells, Chariman
Louis de Geofroy
Charles James
Irene Gaines

Press & Publicity
Vera Shorter, Chairman
Stephen W. Lewis

Tickets
Carrie Tankard

Membership
Maggie Alston
Donald Mayhew

Black History and Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee
Barbara Fuller, Chairman
Carrie Tankard
Jeanette Wells
Leon Chapman
Shirley Graves
Donald Mayhew

Mailing
Rupert Hughes, Chairman
Zilpha Garrett
Winifred Cumberbatch
Ruth Bolles
Marion Thomas

Reception
Catering by Feasts, 
Compliments of M.V. National Bank

Newly formed this year, 1988:
Martha's Vineyard Branch N.A.A.C.P. Youth Group
Peggy Amos, Chairman

Scholarship Recipients
Jennifer de Bettencourt
Univ. of Hartford: $1,000
Corey Randolph
Howard University: $1,000
Dance chaired by Leon Chapman

Housing
Louis de Geofroy
Celia L. Jaffe

Political Action
Rev. Kenneth Smith

In Memory
Eleanor James, Frank Cecelio, Arthur Brown
Leila Redstone, William C. Elbow

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