Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Gospel museum luncheon to be held at Capt. Hard Time

Well this gospel museum will actually be located in a former church parsonage in the Bronzeville neighborhood. You can read this Sun-Times article for more details, but I'll exceprt a little about this luncheon:
Andrews, singer Albertina Walker, the Rev. Clay Evans and others will attend an informational luncheon about the museum Thursday at the Captain's Hard Time restaurant, 436 E. 79th St.

Keeble, 72, said he hopes to have between 500 and 600 items of memorabilia to open the museum. He already has the tuxedo worn by the late James Cleveland when he received the first of his five Grammy Awards, plus uniforms from Chicago's legendary Thompson Community Singers. Keeble hopes the gospel community will bring historical items to the luncheon.
Does anyone here have any items of interest to this museum?

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