: Wings Over Jordan Choir performing at a radio station, ca. 1935-1950. Rev. Glenn T. Settle, seated in front on the left, founded the choir in 1935, and was the narrator of the choir's weekly radio performance. Reg Merridan, seated on the right, was the radio announcer for WGAR in Cleveland, which aired "Negro Hour" every week. Standing before the choir is Hattye Easley, the assistant conductor. The group was the first professional African American choir in the country. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL02702 Subjects
: African Americans--Ohio; Music; Multicultural Ohio--Religion in Ohio Places
: Cleveland (Ohio); Cuyahoga County (Ohio)