RG A13 Allan Rohan Crite Oral History


RG A13 Allan Rohan Crite Oral History


Allan Rohan Crite
African American Art
Episcopal Church


A 64-page transcription of two oral history interviews with the artist-historian Allan Rohan Crite, conducted on June 1, 1977 by Linda Chisholm for the Oral History Collection at Columbia University. Crite is well-known for his work in which he recorded the people, architecture, and daily life of African-Americans in Boston’s South End/Roxbury neighborhoods in the 1930s and 1940s in his oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints. Additionally, he is especially renowned for his liturgical art that dealt with a variety of religious themes.
Date Added
March 10, 2023
AAEHC Oral History Program
“RG A13 Allan Rohan Crite Oral History,” Bishop Payne Library at Virginia Theological Seminary, accessed April 19, 2024, https://vtsbpl.omeka.net/items/show/474.