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Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Musician (second class) Wayman E. Hathcock, directs a double quartet from Camp Robert Smalls, Great Lakes Training Station, at the dedication of a mural commemorating Marian Anderson's free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Musician (second class) Wayman E. Hathcock, directs a double quartet from Camp Robert Smalls, Great Lakes Training Station, at the dedication of a mural commemorating Marian Anderson's free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943

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