Dungill Family Papers

Dungill Family Papers, 1894-1999
Dates: 1894-1999
Size: 5 linear feet
Repository: Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library (Chicago Public Library), 9525 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60628
Collection Number: 2000/07
Provenance: Donated by Elaine and Gloria Dungill
Access: No restrictions.
Citation: When quoting material from collection, the preferred citation is: Dungill Family Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Mapping the Stacks Staff: Melissa Barton, Doron Galili, Moira Hinderer, Celeste Day Moore, Traci Parker, Christina Petersen, Marcia Walker.
Supervised by: Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, CPL.

Biographical Note

The Dungill Family Papers document the history of the musical accomplishments of the Dungill family. The family resided in Chicago’s historic Morgan Park community, where they developed a unique family orchestra. The Dungill Family Orchestra consisted of nine family members: the parents, Doyle and Evette Dungill, and the children: Alexander, Elaine, Melody, Gerald, Charles, Gloria and Harriette. As professionally trained musicians, Doyle and Evette decided early in their marriage to develop a musical family. As a result of this dream, all seven of their children were trained in music by the age of 3. Every member of the group was trained in the areas of voice and instrumental music. They played the trombone, coronet, marimba, trumpet, drums, bass tuba, piano and saxophone. The Dungills also mastered a variety of forms of music, including choral, classical and popular music, and developed a rich repertoire of vocal solos, instrumentals, duets, trios, quartets and sextets in English, Italian, Russian, Hawaiian, Spanish, German and several African languages.

As early as 1932, the Dungill family began performing at churches and schools and for community organizations throughout the Chicago area, under the name Dante and His Shadows. A popular draw to their concerts was the performance by youngest brother Charles, or “Cookie” as he was called, who would often “steal the show by making his drums talk in unique rhythms.” One of the group’s major early accomplishments was their performance at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago, where they won the prestigious Rosenwald Prize in 1934.

In 1942, Mr. Dungill began to expand his musical outreach to the children of the new Ida B. Wells Housing Project by teaching his own original musical play, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Later, the directors of Ida B. Wells asked Mr. Dungill to demonstrate the “Dungill Method of Music,” which was a faster method of teaching music to children and adults.

By the late 1940s, the family began to perform under the name Dungill Family Orchestra and became active members of Local 208 of the Musicians’ Protective Union. This exposure led to a national tour, and the Dungill Family Orchestra began performing throughout the segregated South and the East and West coasts. During this time, the group also recorded “Africa Through Music” and “Africa Calling,” performances that celebrated the indigenous music of Africa.

Donated by Elaine and Gloria Dungill in 2000, the Dungill Family Papers contain four carefully constructed scrapbooks, rare photographs, manuscripts and audio-visual materials, including newspaper clippings, advertisements and flyers, souvenir programs and promotional literature documenting the Dungill Family performances from the 1930s through the 1960s. The correspondence file includes letters from President Harry S. Truman and musical legend W.C. Handy. The collection also contains approximately 20 promotional photographs of the group, taken between 1934 and 1960.


Scope and Content

The Dungill Family Papers consist chiefly of programs, news clippings and numerous photographs from the family concert tours. In addition, there is a large amount of memorabilia, sheet music, correspondence, detailed itineraries and tour information included in the collection.

The collection is made up of nine series: Biography, Manuscripts, Programs, Correspondence, Serials, Clippings, Art, Memorabilia and Photographs.

Biography is highlighted by a series of scrapbooks compiled by Gloria Dungill, chronicling Dungill family history from 1894 to 1994. These scrapbooks were arranged topically and somewhat chronologically by Evette Dungill and other family members. The scrapbooks contain materials considered by the family to be the most important materials documenting their lives and work. Also available in this series is the marriage certificate of C.J. Wheatley (said to be a relative of both the Evette Dungill and the 18th century poet Phillis Wheatley) and Nattie Wilkerson, and biographical sketches of the Dungill family. Because the family also functioned as a corporate organization, there is a separate Manuscripts series for documents related to the Dungill Family Orchestra.

Manuscripts contains two documents: the “Africa Calling” playlist and the final broadcast of a radio station at Dominican College. Other manuscript materials, including sheet music, tour information and the concert company’s notes, can be found in the scrapbooks, located in the Biography series.

Programs is composed of programs from various performances by the Dungill Family Orchestra and by Dante and His Shadows from the 1930s through the 1960s.

Correspondence includes letters of recommendations for the Dungill family from various venues, correspondence from Gerry and Alexander Dungill during World War II and a letter from W.C. Handy to Doyle Dungill.

Serials contains one serial, The Chautauqua News , in which the family was featured in 1954.

Clippings comprises several clippings dated between 1934 and 1966, announcing Dungill family performances in Chicago and nationally.

The Art series contains several original paintings and reproductions of art done by Melody, Gloria and Elaine Dungill. Most of the works are portraits. Â

Memorabilia contains family keepsakes, Alexander and Gerald Dungill’s military medals, audio recordings on both cassette tape and records, and memorabilia (ticket stubs, fliers, etc.) from various shows.

The Photographs series is composed of many photographs documenting the family’s concert tours during the 1950s and includes promotional photos used for programs and fliers.

Container List

Box 6

Series 1: Biography
Box 1 Folder 1 Scrapbook: “The Dungill Family Archives II, The Early Years 1894 to 1994.” (This appears to be Volume I.)
Box 1 Folder 2 Scrapbook: “The Dungill Family Archives II, The Early Years, Volume II.”
Box 2 Folder 1 Scrapbook: “The Dungill Family Archives II, Volume III, The Early Years.”
Box 2 Folder 2 Scrapbook: “The Dungill Family Archives II, Volume IV, The Early Years.”
Box 3 Folder 1 C.J. Wheatley and Nattie Wilkerson Marriage Certificate, 9/27/1882
Box 3 Folder 2 Biographical Sketches of Dungill Family, [N.D.]
Series 2: Manuscripts
Box 3 Folder 3 Africa Calling, The Dungills, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 4 Final Broadcast, Dominican College, [N.D.]
Series 3: Programs
Box 3 Folder 5 “Anniversary, First Baptist and Pastor,” Union Ave. and 14th Street, Chicago, IL, 8/13-20/1934
Box 3 Folder 6 “Thirtieth Anniversary, Senior Choir of Friendship Bapt. Church,” 218 N. Ada Street, Chicago, IL, 5/27-30/1937
Box 3 Folder 7 “Negro History Week Program,” Shoop School, Chicago, IL, 2/11/1938
Box 3 Folder 8 [Missing Text] “Annual Grove Meeting of the Calvin Community Chapel,” George W. Allen’s (?), 7/23/1939
Box 3 Folder 9 “The Philanthea Class of the Genoa Methodist Sunday Presents the Dungill Family Orchestra,” Genoa Methodist Church, 3/8/1940
Box 3 Folder 10 “Altgeld Nursery School Parent Council, Inc. Presents Flower Show,” Chicago, IL, 8/22/1946
Box 3 Folder 11 “Ebenezer A.M.E. Church Choir Presents The Dungill Family Concert Orchestra of Chicago,” 8/30/1946, [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 12 “Allen Chapel Usher Board Presents The Dungill Family Concert,” Terre Haute, IN (?) 11/7/1946
Box 3 Folder 13 “The First Church of Deliverance Presents The Dungill Family,” Chicago, IL, 11/18/1947
Box 3 Folder 14 “Spruce Street A.M.E. Church and Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church Present The Dungill Family Concert Orchestra of Chicago, IL,” Terre Haute, IN, 4/20/1948
Box 3 Folder 15 “Official Fifth Annual Program Commemorating Dorie Miller, Hero of the Pearl Harbor Defense, December 7, 1941,” Chicago, IL, 10/3/1949
Box 3 Folder 16 “Women’s Day,” St. Luke Baptist Church, Chicago, IL, 2/12/1950
Box 3 Folder 17 “The Dungill Orchestra In Concert at Y.W.C.A.,” Akron, OH, 5/15/1950
Box 3 Folder 18 “The J.W. Ligon School P.T.A.  Presents The Dungills in Concert,” Raleigh, NC, 2/15/1956
Box 3 Folder 19 “Homecoming,” Beth Eden Baptist Church, Chicago, IL, 9/13/1959
Box 3 Folder 20 We Salute Richard J. Daley and Paul H. Douglas, Chicago, IL, 10/24/1966
Box 3 Folder 21 The Dungill Family Concert Orchestra, Chicago, IL, [N.D.]
Series 4: Correspondence
Box 3 Folder 22 Jones, J. Wesley to Dungill, Doyle A., 6/5/1937
Box 3 Folder 23 Waehner, R. to Dungill, Doyle, 5/2/1938
Box 3 Folder 24 Unknown to Dungill, Charles, 12/18/1944
Box 3 Folder 25 Unknown to Dungill, Elaine, 12/18/1944
Box 3 Folder 26 Unknown to Dungill, Gloria, 12/18/1944
Box 3 Folder 27 Unknown to Dungill, Harriett, 12/18/1944
Box 3 Folder 28 Hubbard, L.R. to “Whom it may concern,” 11/22/1946
Box 3 Folder 29 Harder, G.C. to “Whom it may concern,” 5/26/1947
Box 3 Folder 30 Sister Pierre, O.P. to Dungill, Doyle, 5/21/1953
Box 3 Folder 31 Turner, M.C. to Dungill, Doyle, 11/22/1953
Box 3 Folder 32 Bale, William G. to the Dungill Family, 9/24/1954
Box 3 Folder 33 Truman, Pres. Harry S. to Lankford, James A., 10/7/1954
Box 3 Folder 34 Everett, David Leon to The Dungill Family, 10/27/1954
Box 3 Folder 35 Williams, J.T. to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dungill and Family, 3/28/1955
Box 3 Folder 36 King, Charles C. to “Sirs and Brethren,” 8/21/1956
Box 3 Folder 37 Dungill, Doyle and Evette to Handy, W.C., 1/24/1957
Box 3 Folder 38 Handy, W.C. to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dungill, 1/31/1957
Box 3 Folder 39 Kahn, Julius M. to The Redpath Bureau, 1/22/1958
Box 3 Folder 40 Hohler, Ruth Ann to Redpath Bureau, 10/3/1959
Box 3 Folder 41 Efford, Donald W. to Dungill Family Concert Company, 5/3/1963
Box 3 Folder 42 Higgins, Ann M. to Elgar, Charles, 8/25/1964
Box 3 Folder 43 Edgar to “The Family,” 11/24/1964
Box 3 Folder 44 Efford, Donald W. to Mr. Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 45 Dungill, Gerry to Dungill Family, [N.D.]
Series 5: Serials
Box 3 Folder 46 “Beja Shepard (Of The Nile),” Elaine Dungill, 1979
Series 6: Clippings
Box 3 Folder 47 “[Photo and Caption] From Far and Near Came Audition Winners,” Chicago Defender, 1934(?)
Box 3 Folder 48 “Metropolitan Choir Program to Have Crowd, Dungill Family Will Be Big Feature,” Chicago Defender, 7/24/1937
Box 3 Folder 49 “Grand Musical Program,” Mt. Moriah Gazette, 5/5/1938, [Other non-newspaper clippings]
Box 3 Folder 50 “Arranging Tea,” 1938, [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 51 “Dreams of Four Piece Band, Gets Six Pieces, It’s a Family Affair When Dungills Play,” Chicago Tribune, 8/27/1939
Box 3 Folder 52 [Photo and Caption] Doyle Family Orchestra and M.C. Evans, Superintendent, Reaper(?), 10/5/1939
Box 3 Folder 53 “Monumental Baptist Church,” 1940, [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 54 “Olivet Baptist Church,” 1940(?), [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 55 “A Family Orchestra to Give Program Here,” and “Dungill Family Gives Musical Program Friday,” Michigan, 1940(?)
Box 3 Folder 56 “Dungill Orchestra to Play at Blett Auditorium for St. Joseph Church,” Kansas City Call, 8/16/1948, “To Present Family Orchestra Friday,” 8/30/1946, [N.P.], “Drummer Boy Tops in Musicale…” Defender, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 57 “Music! Music! Music! This Family Makes It!,” Pittsburgh Courier, 4/29/1950
Box 3 Folder 58 “1000 Musicians Will Honor Willa S. Jones,” 1950(?), [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 59 “The Chamber of Commerce From My Study Window,” Robstown Record, 10/21/1954
Box 3 Folder 60 “Society Merry-Go-Round,” Tri-State Defender, 11/13/1954
Box 3 Folder 61 “Dungill Family to Give Program,” Daily News, 1/5/1955
Box 3 Folder 62 “Dungill Concert Company Coming Here in October,” 1955, [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 63 “Dungill Concert Co. To Appear Here,” Tampa Bulletin, 10/20/1956
Box 3 Folder 64 “Dungill International Concert Company, Blackhi Aud.,” Tampa Bulletin, 10/20/1956
Box 3 Folder 65 “Trustees Refuse Use of School for NAACP Meeting,” Tampa Bulletin, 10/20/1956
Box 3 Folder 66 “They Appear in Concert, [Photo and Caption],” The Call, 2/15/1957
Box 3 Folder 67 “Famed Dungill Troupe Booked at Central High Sunday, Nov. 10,” The Louisville Defender, 1957
Box 3 Folder 68 “Dungills Sing Interpretive, Folk Music at Soph Assembly,” 10/1/1959, [N.P.]
Box 3 Folder 69 “The Dungill Family Concert Company,” The Redpath Newsletter, 10/3/1059
Box 3 Folder 70 “Sense of Mission and Gift of Song Distinguish Dungills,” 10/26/1959
Box 3 Folder 71 “The Dungill Family Concert Company,” The Redpath Magazine, {N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 72 “[Photo and Caption] Sig Sakowicz and the Dungills,” 11/21/1966
Box 3 Folder 73 “Shots for ‘More’ Fill FWWC at Concert Today,” Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 74 “Musical Treat for a Small Audience,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 75 “[Photo and Caption] To Appear in Recital,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 76 “Family in Concert,” The Trade Maker, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 77 “Music and Drama,” Knoxville, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 78 [Missing Title], [article described Mother Evette Phillis Dungill (nee Wheatley) related to Negro poetess Phillis Wheatley], [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 79 “Englewood Group Scores in Festival,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 80 “Orchestra of 13 [Missing Text] Family Talks Five Languages,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 81 “Trades Bottle for Baton,” and “They Ring the Bell,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 82 “Englewood,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 83 “Blackwell Choir Has Music Tea,” [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 84 “The Dungill Family Concert Co.,” The Redpath Bureau Special Newsletter, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 85 “Dungill Family of Chicago,” Mexico City, [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 86 “The World’s Greatest Children’s Orchestra Will Appear at the 2nd Baptist Church,” Mexico City, [N.D.]
Box 3 Folder 87 [Photo of Dungill Family From Chicago Tribune], Chicago Tribune, [N.D.]
Series 7: Art
Box 4 “Rhythm Dancer,” Gloria Dungill, 1998
Box 4 “Hazy Afternoon,” Gloria Dungill, 1998
Box 4 “African Lullaby I,” Gloria Dungill, 1998
Box 4 “Windstorm Coming,” Elaine Dungill, 1999
Box 4 “The Daydreamer,” Elaine Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Child In Prayer,” Gloria Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Nightfall,” Gloria Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “To The River Bed,” Gloria Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Happy Day,” Melody Dungill (?), [N.D.]
Box 4 [Boy with drum], Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “African Mask,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Morning Prayer,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Senegalese Drummer,” [N.D.]
Box 4 “African Bedoin,” Harriette Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “African Heritage,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “African Bride,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 [African Woman], Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “The Egyptian,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Jungle Maiden,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Wedding Day,” Melody Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Watussi Royalty,” Melody(?) Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Mother and Child,” Melody(?) Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “African Drummer,” Melody(?) Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Sambuau Woman,” Harriette Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Sundown Serenade,” Gloria Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 4 “Loving Arms,” Gloria Dungill, [N.D.]
Series 8: Memorabilia
Box 5 Baby Spoons, 1920s
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, Lincoln Memorial School, 8/14/1934
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, New Salem M.B. Church, 8/27/1934
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, 8/29/1938
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, Allen Chapel, Rockford, 5/1/1939
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, Timothy School, Chicago, IL, 10/18/1939
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Evanston, IL, 10/31/1940
Box 5 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Admission Ticket, Ida B. Wells, 5/3/1946
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission Ticket, Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, 1/19/1947
Box 5 Herrington’s School of Music Present The Dungill Concert Orchestra Poster, Gammon Memorial Church, 7/7/1947
Box 5 Alexander and Gerald Dungill World War II War Insignia, 1940s
Box 5 Alexander Dungill’s Military Medals, 1940s
Box 5 Alexander Dungill’s Military Medals, 1940s
Box 5 Gerald Dungill’s Military Medals, 1940s
Box 5 Dungill International Concert Company Poster, Stew Chapel A.M.E. Church, 2/23/1954
Box 5 Dungill International Concert Company Poster, Ellis Auditorium, 3/7/1954
Box 5 Redpath 100 Premier Attractions Pamphlet, 1957-1958
Box 5 The Dungill Family Concert Company Poster, Chicago, IL, 1950s(?)
Box 5 Dungill International Concert Company Promotional Pamphlet, 1950s
Box 5 Mailer From Scottish Rite Family Night Featuring Dungills, Bloomington, IL, 4/26 [No Year]
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows flier, Methodist Church, 7/7 [No Year]
Box 5 Halloween Bazaar at Calvary Chapel featuring “Dante and His Shadows,” 10/21 [No Year]
Box 5 Dante and His Shadows Admission ticket, Canaan A.M.E. Church, 11/1 [No Year]
Box 5 Announcement for The Cocktail Hour featuring music by Cookie and His Gang, The New Apex Cafe, Chicago, IL, [N.D.]
Box 5 Dante and his Shadows Concert Poster, [N.D.]
Box 5 Dungill School of Music Membership Card, [N.D.]
Box 5 Africa Calling Audio Tape, [N.D.]
Box 5 The Dungills Flier, [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 5 Five Italian-issued Pieces of Military Currency in Tin Container, [N.D.]
Box 5 Black-face Male Figure Pepper Shaker
Box 5 Wooden block engraving of John A. Dungill, [N.D.]
Box 5 Clear plastic “Agnes” charm
Box 5 Musical Recording: “People Are Getting Worried Tina/I’m Your Puppet On A String,” by the Dungill Sisters, Chicago, IL, [N.D.]
Box 5 The Dungill Family Concert Company, Dixie Bureau car tag, [N.D.]
Box 5 Music Recording: “Silent Night/Little Oscar the Astrodeer,” by The Astros with Harriet Evette, Chicago, IL, [N.D.]
Box 5 Alexander and Gerald Dungill World War II War Insignia, 1940s
Box 5 Dungill Family Promotional Pamphlet, [N.D.]
Box 5 Dungill Family Ensemble, audiotape: Africa Through Music
Box 5 Dungill Family Music Video Tape
Series 9: Photographs
Box 6 001 The Dungill Family of Chicago, Left to Right: Gloria, Gerald, Alexander, Elaine, Harriet, Doyle, Evette, Charles (Cookie) on Piano, 1934
Box 6 002 The Dungill Family Orchestra at Halloween Py, Chicago, IL, 1930s
Box 6 003 Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Gerard, Doyle and Evette Dungill (for Dungill School of Music), Ida B. Wells, Chicago, IL, 1945
Box 6 004 Dungill Family, Olivet Baptist Church, Chicago, IL, 10/13/1949
Box 6 005 Gerald Dungill, World War II, 1940s
Box 6 006 Dungill Family Band at Ida B. Wells, Chicago, IL, 1940s
Box 6 007 Dungill Family, 1709 W. Steuben Taken by Pittsburg Courier, December 1953
Box 6 008 Dungill Family Concert Tour, Will Rogers Coliseum, Ft. Worth, TX, 1953
Box 6 009 Will Rogers Coliseum, Ft. Worth, TX, 1953
Box 6 010 Dungill Family Concert Tour, Will Rogers Coliseum, Ft. Worth, TX, 1953
Box 6 011 Statue of Will Rogers, Ft. Worth, TX, 1953
Box 6 012 St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, LA, March 1954
Box 6 013 Juarez, Mexico, 1954
Box 6 014 Juarez, Mexico, 1954
Box 6 015 Dungill Family Concert Tour, Vicksburg, MS, November 1955
Box 6 016 Vicksburg, MS Auditorium, November 1955
Box 6 017 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 018 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 019 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 020 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 021 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 022 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 023 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 024 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 025 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 026 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 027 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 028 Dungill Family Orchestra, 1950s
Box 6 029 The Four Dungill Sisters of the Dungill Family Orchestra, Left to Right: Harriette (Soprano), Elaine (Seated, Mezzo-Soprano), Gloria (Back Center, Contralto), Melody (Alto), 1950s(?)
Box 6 030 Sign for Dungill Concert Co., Lynchburg, VA, [N.D.]
Box 6 031 Roosevelt High School, West Palm Beach, FL, [N.D.]
Box 6 032 Along the Gulf between Mobile, AL and New Orleans, LA, Dungill Concert Tour, [N.D.]
Box 6 033 Roosevelt High School, West Palm Beach, FL, [N.D.]
Box 6 034 Gerald Dungill’s Pontiac (1954), Amarillo, TX, 1954(?)
Box 6 035 Blue Ridge Mountains, West Virginia, [N.D.]
Box 6 036 Washington Monument, Washington, DC, [N.D.]
037 Dungill Concert Tour, Tallahassee, FL, [N.D.]
Box 6 038 Dungill Concert Tour, White Sands, NM, [N.D.]
Box 6 039 Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., [N.D.]
Box 6 040 Dungill Concert Tour, Roosevelt High School, West Palm Beach, FL, [N.D.]
Box 6 041 Dungill Concert Tour, Vicksburg, MS, [N.D.]
Box 6 042 Children’s Orchestra, [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 6 043 Dungill Family Concert Group, Left to Right: Doyle, Harriette, Evette, Alexander, Melody, Elaine, Gloria, Gerald and Charles, Chicago, IL, [N.D.]
Box 6 044 Dungill Family Concert Ensemble, Left to Right: Gloria, Harriette, Melody, Cookie, Evette, Alexander, Gerald and Doyle, [N.P.], [N.D.]
Box 6 045 Dungill Family Taken by Chicago Defender, [N.D.]
Box 6 046 Dungill Family Orchestra Negative Plate, [N.D.]
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