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Funding: Access to this material is generously supported by funding from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation. Scope/Content: Hale Woodruff, artist and creator of the "The Negro in California History: Settlement & Development" mural, is shown speaking at an unidentified gathering. The Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company commissioned the murals for the lobby of their West Adams Home Office building. Artist Charles Alston created the second panel of the murals titled, "The Negro in California History: Exploration and Colonization". Pictured from left to right: Titus Alexander, historian; Charles Alston; Miriam Matthews, librarian and historian; George A. Beavers, Jr., co-founder of Golden State Mutual; Hale Woodruff (standing); Paul R. Williams, architect of the Home Office building at 1999 W. Adams Boulevard; Norman O. Houston, co-founder of Golden State Mutual.
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Woodruff, Hale Aspacio Alston, Charles Henry Williams, Paul R.