Handwritten notes for Flora Boswell memorial service on Al Quinn Santa Monica College Stationary. "Flora--Boswell. Flora and Bobby Dottie and Al: Memories- beautiful memories, Not with remorse but with thankfulness. Beautiful times, loving times. Hopeful times. Time of challenges and change. Times of pain, of pride, of joy. Times for questions, doubt, high expectations. Time for loving one another boanellessly [sic]. Flora Dora: She did it her way. FLora Dora-Queen for all that's good and right."
Newspaper Clippings from January 1993 featuring Santa Monica College. Topics include a grant from the Southern California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, a missing student Katrina "Trina" Elizabeth Montgomery and Alfred Thomas Quinn elected vice-chair of the Santa Monica Community College District Board of Trustees.
Newspaper clippings of Alfred Thomas Quinn as speaker at the last Adult High School Graduation and another clipping of "Graduation Takes Three Ceremonies" mentioning Alfred Thomas Quinn's speech "Self-Fulfillment in the '90's."
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.