Letty Wickliffe Stands Outside Her Home At 305 Beakes Street, October 1990 Photographer: Robert Chase
Ann Arbor News, August 20, 1972
Jesse Hill and Letty Wickliffe Review City Needs At CCE Office
Ann Arbor News, May 2, 1973
Letty Wickliffe Accepts Award From Jack Dobson
Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1990
Letty Wickliffe, outside her home at 305 Beakes.
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Lola Jones and Carol Gibson are well-known to anyone familiar with Ann Arbor history. Over the past 30 years they have sought out and documented the history of the African American experience in Ann Arbor through a series of projects under the moniker Another Ann Arbor; it is largely through their work that the Ann Arbor African American story is a part of our shared community identity. Lola and Carol stopped by the library to talk with us one day about the work they have done over the years and where they are headed next. They shared with us some of the interesting people and events they have learned about and brought to the community in their television program, their documentaries, and their book. You can now watch one of their documentaries online at aadl.org in our video collection. A Woman's Town was produced in 1991 and tells the story of Ann Arbor through the voices of prominent African American women.
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor Celebrates Letty M. Wickliffe's 90th Birthday, March 1992 Photographer: Bill Wood
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1992
Letty Wickliffe, longtime GOP activist, is honored by the Kiwanis, March 1992