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365Cincinnati, Day 82—Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

The African American Registry, Biography of Theodore M. Berry:

The Cincinnati Historical Society:

Coleman, William T., Bliss, Don, Counsel for the Situation: Shaping the Law to Realize America's Promise

Downs, Maggie, Ted Berry’s Message Lives in New City Park, The Cincinnati Enquirer, May 17, 2003

Human Nature, Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

Jet Magazine articles:,

National Archives, record group 306, 15 minute recorded interview with Berry for Voice of America, June 2, 1959:

Scott, Lawrence P., Womack, William M., Double V: The Civil Rights Struggle of the Tuskegee Airmen

The University of Cincinnati Theodore M. Berry Archive Project blog:

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