African Americans in WW2
Hillyard Robinson,the architect who designed George Washington Carver Hall, a residential hotel for African American men, greets Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States. She was conducting an inspection tour of federal dormitories for war workers in Washington, D.C. Standing next to them is W. Spurgeon Burke, resident manager of both Carver Hall and the Lucy Slowe Hall, a residential hotel for African American women war workers.
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, Roger Smith photographer
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