In The Steps of Esteban: Tucson's African American Heritage

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Photographic Exhibits
African American Aviators

Fred Archer
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Chief Master Sargeant Fred Archer
Chief Master Sargeant Fred Archer, first director of A Mountain Neighborhood Center which was later named for him.
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Frances Archer, wife of Chief Master Sergeant Fred Archer
Frances Archer, wife of Chief Master Sergeant Fred Archer
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Tuskegee Airmen, CMSgt. Fred Archer Chapter, 1989, with Alma Haywood, Maxine Taylor, Gloria Smith, and Janet Bragg; Vernon Haywood, Dr. Harry Lawson, Robert Kimbrough, MSgt. Gail Page
Tuskegee Airmen, CMSgt. Fred Archer Chapter, 1989.
Left to right, front row: Alma Haywood, Maxine Taylor, Gloria Smith, and Janet Bragg. Back row: Col. Vernon Haywood, Dr. Harry Lawson, Robert Kimbrough, MSgt. Gail Page, Irene Hutcherson and Capt. Robert Miller
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Read a typescript of a newspaper article about Fred Archer entitled "New Honor: Air Force may name building for Tucsonan"

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