African American businesspeople
Found in 3 Records:
The Arthur and Ethel Parks papers are those of a longtime Kansas couple. A businessman, Arthur Parks served for a time as director of the Office of Economic Opportunity for Kansas.
The Curtis McClinton, Jr. papers include business records, clippings, awards, photographs, and other materials related to Curtis McClinton's businesses and community involvement in the promotion of minority businesses, affordable housing, and youth football leagues. Papers belonging to McClinton's father-in-law, DeKoven French, are also included, dealing with his education at the University of Kansas in the 1920s.
The Louise Brown Family papers are those of a Lawrence, Kansas, family during the late 1800s and early 1900s.