Wyatt (Faricita Hall) Papers

Historic image of Faricita Hall Wyatt
Faricita Hall Wyatt, circa 1957, African American Museum & Library at Oakland Photograph collection, MS 189, African American Museum & Library at Oakland, Oakland Public Library.
Dates: 1924-1993
Creator: Wyatt, Faricita Hall
Collection Size: 1.5 linear feet (3 boxes)

Guide to the Faricita Hall Wyatt Papers

Available at the African American Museum & Library at Oakland (AAMLO)

Educator, poet, and artist Faricita Hall Wyatt (1912-1993) was born on October 29, 1912 to William M. Hall and Susie Sylindia Pinkney Hall. Wyatt published two books of poetry The River Must Flow (1965) and By the Banks of the River (1974) and was also an accomplished painter. The Faricita Hall Wyatt Papers include correspondence, poetry manuscripts, photographs, awards, and guest books that document the life and career of Faricita Hall Wyatt.

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