Letter of recommendation for Alfred Thomas Quinn from Marcus O. Tucker, M.D on office letterhead dated 24 August 1942. 424 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, Calif, Office 63303 Residence:5-3433. Text: To Whom it may concern: This is to certify that I have known Alfred T. Quinn Jr. for six years and during that time, he has been a young man of excellent habits, and a character above reproach. He is a worthy and deserving young man.
Santa Monica High School Diploma awarded to Alfred Thomas Quinn, Jr. 15 June 1939. Signed by William F. [unclear] Principal, Edith M. Herman President Board of Education and Percy R. Davis Superintendent of Schools.
McKinley Junior High School (Los Angeles, California) Penmanship Award given to Alfred Quinn Junior. Signed by Pearl J. [unclear] Vice-Principal, [unclear] C. Wilson Vice-Principal, Arthur C. Brown Principal and Lena M. La [unclear].
Memorandum on letterhead. Alfred Thomas Quinn, 1957 19th Street, #3, Santa Monica, California, 90404 (213) 450-1457. Revival of Ethnic Consciousness- Cultural Diversity USA 1991. A revival of ethnic consciousness in American came from within the Black community in the turmoil of the 1960's. Who needs homogenous culture? Is cultural diversity good for America? Is racial oppression declining in America? By the beginning of the twentieth century the plight of American Blacks was the worst it had been since the days of slavery. Today new barriers create hardships for Blacks. The process of industrialization has significantly altered the pattern of racial integration giving rise to manifestations of racial antagonism.
Curriculum in Action, Volume 2 no. 1 November 1970. The Minority Student in California. Cover Photo and Caption: Discussing new materials on minority groups for possible integration into the curriculum are: From left: Dr. Alfred Artuso, superintendent; Fred Beteta, co-chairman of the Committee of 14; William Jones, district consultant; Dr. Moulton Johnson, president of the SMJCD Board of Education; Raymond Acevedo, Mexican-American coordinator, and [Alfred Thomas Quinn] college community relations coordinator.