Known as the Gold Coast, the upper NW Washington, DC neighborhood is well respected for its affluent African American dwellers. Joseph and Delilah W. Pierce were among the select group. Delilah and her Gold Coast dwellers had a club called The Neighbors and they regularly got together to socialize, especially during the holiday. It was … Continue reading The African American Washington, DC Elite Celebrate The Holiday’s
In 1975 Delilah W. Pierce was selected to exhibit at the second World Black & African Festival Of Arts & Culture. It was reported in the The Washington Afro-American the festival would be held in the spring or fall of 1976. However, the festival wasn't approved by the United Nation General Assembly until November 1976 and was … Continue reading Delilah W. Pierce Exhibited At The Second World Black & African Festival Of Arts & Culture In Nigeria 1977
Delilah W. Pierce and her life with Joseph Pierce highlighted in The Afro American's column Pearlie's Prattle. Learn more by reading: Pearlie's Prattle.
According to The Afro American, Delilah W. Pierce was selected as the head of Phi Delta Kappa. Delilah was very active in her sorority and believed that education was the key to progress. Click to read the article: Phi Delts Select.
The June 12, 1937 issue of The Afro American mentions Delilah W. Pierce as attending the surprise baby shower of Gladys S. Roberts. Delilah was very active in the Phi Delta Kappa Sorority. Click to view: Ms. Gladys S. Roberts Surprised With Shower.
Jessica B. Harris, author of The Martha’s Vineyard Table mentioned Delilah W. Pierce while reflecting on her mother. Click to learn more about: The Martha's Vineyard Table. Also View: Delilah W. Pierce Illustrates Cottagers Cookbook Delilah W. Pierce Mentioned In The Dorothy West Martha's Vineyard Delilah W. Pierce Gave Talk To Harvard Radcliffe Club … Continue reading Jessica B. Harris Mentioned Delilah W. Pierce In The Martha’s Vineyard Table
In 1983 the Washington Afro-American promoted the Smithsonian's special event for Black History Month: The Black Artist in Wash, DC. Delilah W. Pierce demonstrated her art in this event held at the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum. View the 1983 Washington Afro-America newspaper.
Delilah W. Pierce was a very active artist, curator, and educator. One of her talks was promoted in The Washingtonian Magazine in 1985. Learn More: The Washingtonian, Volume 20.
Delilah W. Pierce was very active in her sorority. In 1952 she was listed as a delegate at the 1952 conclave. Click to view: Delegates Listed.
The Washington Water Color Association is holding its Spring Art Exhibition from March 5 to May 31 2013 at the Woman's National Democratic Club. Delilah was an active member during her life and regularly exhibited. Delilah W. Pierce served as their Vice President 1974 ‑ 1976, Treasurer 1978 to 1983, Board Member 1974 ‑ 1983, Elected Honorary Member … Continue reading Delilah W. Pierce Listed At Current Washington Water Color Association Event