January 2014
Washington Informer;1/23/2014, Vol. 49 Issue 15, p3
A Photograph is presented of former Ward 4 Councilmember and candidate for mayor Charlene Drew Jarvis who threw her hat in the ring in an unsuccessful attempt to unseat Mayor Marion Barry in 1982.


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