Alfred B. McPhaul papers
The Alfred B. McPhaul Papers reflect the Wichita, Kansas postal worker's involvement in that city's St. Matthew C.M.E. Church and interest in photography. They consist of items related to Gwendolyn Fuller Mukes and her performance at St. Matthew C.M.E. and a brief speech by McPhaul given to the Club Vintige. The two folders are arranged alphabetically. Photograph negatives from the collection are located at RH MS-P P571.
- McPhaul, Alfred B., 1931?-1996 (Person)
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Biography of Alfred B. McPhaul
Alfred B. McPhaul was born around 1931. As an adult he lived in Wichita, Kansas, where he worked for the U.S. Postal Service. McPhaul and wife Carolyn had five children: Alveno, Sterling, Milton, Denail April, and Quencella. Alfred B. McPhaul died October 5, 1996.
RH MS P571
RH MS-P P571
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Alfred B. McPhaul, 1987.
- Guide to the Alfred B. McPhaul Collection
- Alfred B. McPhaul papers
- Finding aid prepared by mbw, 2008; revised by, cl 2010; revised by skt, 2010 Finding aid encoded by mbw, 2008; revised by skt, 2010
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- Support for the processing of this Collection was provided by the Dana and Sue Anderson African American Collecting Program Endowment Fund.
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Alfred B. McPhaul Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS P571, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries