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- Peggy Cafritz's's sale to Di for. Keil, Beth Landman; Mitchell, Deborah // New York;07/21/97, Vol. 30 Issue 27, p12
Reports on the East Hampton, New York yard sale of philanthropist Peggy Cooper Cafritz, novelist Joanie McDonell, and designer Lorraine Kirke. Items in the yard sale; Thoughts about Cafritz getting ready for her new life as a divorcee.
- Peggy Cooper Cafritz flies solo. Keil, Beth Landman; Mitchell, Deborah // New York;05/12/97, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p9
Reports that Conrad Cafritz, a Washington D.C.-based real estate heir, and Peggy Cooper Cafritz, an arts activist, are contemplating divorce. The settlement; How they met; Comments from Peggy Cooper Cafritz.
- Federal File. Robelen, Erik W. // Education Week;4/9/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 30, p27
The president of the District of Columbia school board, Peggy Cooper Cafritz, in what some local leaders called heresy, has endorsed the idea of bringing a pilot voucher program to Washington (D.C.). Peggy Cooper Cafritz offered her support for federally financed vouchers in a Washington Post...
- First Elected President Chosen for D.C. Board. Reid, Karla Scoon // Education Week;11/15/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p3
Focuses on results of board elections at the District of Columbia school board. Decrease in board's size from 11 elected members to nine members; Election of Peggy Cooper Cafritz as president; District of Columbia board's retention of full control of the school system in January 2001.
- "It Was So Unnecessary". Baer, Susan // Washingtonian Magazine;Jul2010, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p8
The article features Duke of Ellington School of the Arts cofounder Peggy Cooper Cafritz, whose whose house on the Chain Bridge Road, Washington, D.C. was destroyed by fire along with about 300 art pieces. It says that she is living in a Georgetown condominium since September 2009 and has...
- AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN LEGACY LOST TO FLAMES. Cash, Stephanie // Art in America;Oct2009, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p31
The article profiles arts patron Peggy Cooper Cafritz whose Washington, D.C. home and art collection was destroyed in a July 2009 fire. The names of artists whose works were lost in the fire are mentioned. The Studio Museum in Harlem's chief curator, Thelma Golden, is quoted about Cafritz's...
- Midwest Elections Illustrate Desire For Change as Democrats Win Big. Carvlin, Elizabeth; Shields, Yvette; Wisniewski, Mary // Bond Buyer;11/8/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31261, p31
Focuses on results of elections for the year 2001 in Middle West. Winners of the election; Career background of the winners; Job responsibilities of the winners.
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. // Hill;12/8/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 131, p14
The article presents the opinion of the "Atlanta Journal" on the issue concerning run-off election in the U.S.
- The Ghanaian elections of 1992. Simpson, D. H.; LONSDALE, JOHN; KAY, GEORGE; HUNTER, GUY; COHEN, ANDREW; KANZA, T. R.; MASEFIELD, G. B.; SYMONDS, RICHARD; JOHNSON, RICHARD W.; NEWBURY, COLIN; KIRKMAN, W. P.; KIRKWOOD, KENNETH; CANHAM, PETER; SYMONDS, RICHARD; KIRBY, ARTHUR; WELBOURN, F. B.; GINWALA, FRENE N.; KYLE, KEITH; HAIGHT, MABEL JACKSON; VAN DER VAEREN-AQUESSY, D.; CANHAM, PETER; VAN DER H. SCHREUDER, D. M.; J.P.M.; J.P.M.; S.A.; H.M.; A.R.; J.L.; SIMPSON, D. H.; WALL, DAVID; STANILAND, MARTIN; HUDD // African Affairs;Oct1966, Vol. 65 Issue 261, p363
Analyzes the socio-political issues concerning the 1992 presidential elections in Ghana. Refusal of opposition parties to accept defeat; Restraint in curbing press freedom; Political activities of administration and opposition parties; Use of government power and resources for election...