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Gordy family papers, 1928-1947.

Author: Gordy family.Berry GordyBertha Fuller GordyEsther GordyFuller GordyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Materials of Berry Gordy, Sr. and Bertha Fuller Gordy and their children largely relating to business, church and civic activities; include letters of daughter, Esther Gordy, written from Howard University, and letters from sons, Fuller and George Gordy, written while serving in the military during World War II; also assorted materials detailing activities with Church of God in Christ and Bethel A.M.E.; both in
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gordy family.; Berry Gordy; Bertha Fuller Gordy; Esther Gordy; Fuller Gordy; George Gordy
OCLC Number: 34420705
Notes: Donor: 5301.
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Description: 2 linear ft.

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Materials of Berry Gordy, Sr. and Bertha Fuller Gordy and their children largely relating to business, church and civic activities; include letters of daughter, Esther Gordy, written from Howard University, and letters from sons, Fuller and George Gordy, written while serving in the military during World War II; also assorted materials detailing activities with Church of God in Christ and Bethel A.M.E.; both in Detroit, Michigan; and miscellaneous records relating to the Booker T. Washington Grocery.

Store, and the Booker T. Washington Trade Association; and other materials concerning interest in black organizations and individuals.

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