Dorothy Maynor, founder of Harlem School of the Arts, 1st Black met board member, dies at 85

March 1996
Jet;3/25/96, Vol. 89 Issue 19, p52
Reports on the death of Dorothy Maynor, a soprano recitalist who founded the Harlmen School of the Arts in New York and the first Black member of the Metropolitan Opera Board. Cause of death; Age; Career.


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