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  1. Grace Nail Johnson (February 27, 1885 – November 1, 1976) was an African-American civil rights activist and patron of the arts associated with the Harlem Renaissance, and wife of the writer and politician James Weldon Johnson.

    • November 1, 1976 (aged 91), New York City, U.S.
    • Grace Elizabeth Nail, February 27, 1885, New London, Connecticut, U.S.
  2. 22 de nov. de 2022 · Grace Nail Johnson (1885-1976) Patrocinadora y mentora de Harlem Renaissance Artists Grace Nail Johnson era conocida como la gran dama de Harlem . Se ganó ese título a base de mucho esfuerzo y ...

  3. Nail Johnson was a hostess, mentor, teacher, and activist in various civil rights causes of the era. She was well known for hosting the Black political and artistic elites of the time and organizing events centered around popular Harlem artists.

  4. 28 de jul. de 2017 · Grace Elizabeth Nail was born in New London, Connecticut, the daughter of real estate developer John Bennett Nail and his wife, Mary Frances Robinson. By Harlem World Magazine July 28, 2017 Grace Elizabeth Nail was born in New London, Connecticut, the daughter of real estate developer John Bennett Nail and his wife, Mary Frances Robinson.

  5. 6 de jul. de 2017 · Grace Nail Johnson was known as “the grand dame of Harlem.” She earned the title by tirelessly supporting the arts and activist causes, primarily Civil Rights and the Women’s Suffrage Movement. The Harlem home she shared with her husband (the poet, writer, and activist James Weldon Johnson) became a sanctuary for Harlem ...

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  6. Este es el caso de Gertrude Stein y Peggy Guggenheim, que en el transcurso de 10 años, entre 1929 y 1939, se unieron a Grace Nail Johnson y Florine Stettheimer para establecer galerías y salones influyentes que fomentaron el arte de vanguardia y la exposición de algunos de los artistas más importantes de la escena, ayudando a establecer en Nueva York cuatro de los museos más emblemáticos ...

  7. Grace Nail Johnson (27 de febrero de 1885 - 1 de noviembre de 1976) fue una activista afroamericana de derechos civiles y mecenas de las artes asociadas con el Renacimiento de Harlem, y esposa del escritor y político James Weldon Johnson. Johnson era hija de John Bennett Nail, un rico empresario y activista de derechos civiles.