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Alice King: Not one of the boys in the world of city administration
OwnerMargaret Williams
TitleAlice King: Not one of the boys in the world of city administration
Date Original2/1/1985-2/15/1985
Date Digital6/1/2010
DescriptionAlice King was the first black woman to become a Syracuse City Commissioner. Last Tuesday she moved from heading the Parks and Recreation Department to a newly created job as director of housing and neighborhood services in Community Development. Staff writer Penny Sori interviewed King on her first day at her new post.
LocationSyracuse
KeywordsHousing and neighborhood services ; administration ; Alice King ; City Government
Photographer/AuthorPenny Sori for The Herald American
Digital PublisherBlack History Preservation Project
Digital Specifications8106 x 3026 pixels; 73,607,888 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression
Format OriginalNewspaper article
Summon Content TypeNewspaper Article
Typetext
RightsMaterials in this collection are the property of aforementioned owner. Permission to use this image/item has been granted by owner to the Black History Preservation Project and its current and future partners.
LanguageEnglish
Collection NameBlack History Preservation Project
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