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Guest Book for Phyllis Alexander of National City, CA. Share your condolences, send flowers, find funeral home information. Guestbook provided by National City-Chula Vista Mortuary & Cremation ServiceDignity Memorial.

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Thousands Attend Funeral for Soror Hattie McDaniel - Jet Magazine, November 1952

Kevin Dayhoff - Soundtrack: Funeral services for Mitch Alexander will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens ... http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2014/02/funeral-services-for-mitch-alexander.html

Funeral services for Mitch Alexander will be held at 10 a. Thursday at Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Ave

William Earl McDaniel obituary photo, Hickory, NC

Obituary for William McDaniel, William “Earl” McDaniel, age 76 of Hickory, went to be with the Lord on Monday, April 2015 surrounded by his loving family. Earl was born on April 1938 in Hickory to Walter

Hattie McDaniel Funeral | African American Stamps | Hattie McDaniel Black Heritage Stamp ...

Hattie McDaniel (June 1895 – October was an American actress, singer-songwriter, and comedienne. Best known as Mammy in Gone with the Wind first African American to win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

GRANITE FALLSRyan Nathan Ward, 36, of Granite Falls, passed away Saturday, March 14, 2015 following an extended battle with ALS. He was born to Robert Joe and Wanda McDaniel Ward on Friday, Sept. 1, 1978 in Burke County. God was number one in his life, he took pride in his appearance and conduct as a witness for the Lord & Savior whom he served faithfully. He loved his family and traveling with them. Those who have preceded him in death are his maternal grandparents, Glenn and Margaret…

GRANITE FALLSRyan Nathan Ward, 36, of Granite Falls, passed away Saturday, March 14, 2015 following an extended battle with ALS. He was born to Robert Joe and Wanda McDaniel Ward on Friday, Sept. 1, 1978 in Burke County. God was number one in his life, he took pride in his appearance and conduct as a witness for the Lord & Savior whom he served faithfully. He loved his family and traveling with them. Those who have preceded him in death are his maternal grandparents, Glenn and Margaret…

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Minnie McDaniel Obituary - Grinnell, Iowa - Tributes.com

Obituary, funeral and service information for Minnie McDaniel from Grinnell, Iowa.

In 1999, Tyler Cassity, the new owner of the Hollywood Cemetery, who had renamed it Hollywood Forever Cemetery, wanted to right the wrong and have McDaniel interred in the cemetery. Her family did not want to disturb her remains after the passage of so much time, and declined the offer. Hollywood Forever Cemetery instead built a large cenotaph memorial on the lawn overlooking the lake in honor of McDaniel. It is one of the most popular sites for visitors.

In 1999, Tyler Cassity, the new owner of the Hollywood Cemetery, who had renamed it Hollywood Forever Cemetery, wanted to right the wrong and have McDaniel interred in the cemetery. Her family did not want to disturb her remains after the passage of so much time, and declined the offer. Hollywood Forever Cemetery instead built a large cenotaph memorial on the lawn overlooking the lake in honor of McDaniel. It is one of the most popular sites for visitors.

Hattie McDaniel--Mammy from Gone With the Wind

At the time of Hattie McDaniels death, only whites were allowed to be buried in…

"you are the wind beneath my wings"....is what this reminds me of

“Everything is funnier when you’re not allowed to laugh.

Hattie McDaniel

April 1941 - New York, New York, USA - Academy Award Winner Hattie McDaniel Views Camera Exhibit. New York, New York by vieilles_annonce.

Vivien Leigh Funeral - Bing images

Hattie McDaniel, a native of Wichita, Kansas, was the first African American to win an Oscar. She won Best Supporting Actress in 1940 for her role as Mammy in Gone With The Wind. And showed her wonderful POUT thru-out the entire film.

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