BEVERLYANN E. MILLER PAPERS
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The Beverlyann E. Miller Papers span the years 1942-1959. The papers comprise a report card, a recital program, newspaper clippings, and typewritten history of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Also included are photographs that record her association with the Denver Beta Phi Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and her career as a music teacher.
This series contains Miller’s typed and handwritten basic initiation history for the Denver Beta Phi Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. A Progress Report documenting Miller’s attendance at Whittier Elementary School, memorabilia, newspaper clippings documenting Miller’s association with the Denver Beta Phi Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and her piano recital at Loretto Heights are also included.
This series contains photographs documenting Miller’s personal life at Loretto Heights College, her participation in Denver Beta Phi sorority events, and her professional life as a music teacher.
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Beverlyann E. Miller papers are the physical property of the DenverPublic Library
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Beverlyann E. Miller was born December 5, 1931 in Denver. She attended Whittier Elementary School and graduated from Loretto Heights College. In Denver she pledged the Denver Beta Phi Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (ca. 1950) and won the sorority’s Creative Activity contest in the instrumental division. This was the second Delta Sigma Theta contest Beverlyann E. Miller won; the first was an essay contest before she pledged. Before graduating from Loretto Heights College, Miller presented a piano recital on April 19, 1953 to fulfill requirements for a B.A. degree in music. She married John Riley (date unknown). Miller died February 2, 2005 in Denver.
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- African American music teachers -- Colorado. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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