Lulu C. Chapman (c.1904 – ?) (NB: Lula appears in some records) was the executive secretary of the Linden Street YWCA from 1929 to at least 1945. 1,2
Chapman was born about 1904, to [?] Chapman and Mary E. Pierson (Chapman) (July 17, 1880 – March 4, 1958). Records vary; she was born either in Arkansas or California. In 1920, she was living at 1954 E. 21st Street with her aunt, Katie Pierson (McKenzie) and Katie's husband Joseph McKenzie, and her uncle, James Aubrey Pierson. In 1930, she was living at 930 Apgar with her mother and her uncle James. In 1940, she was living at 3422 West Street with her mother.
Chapman may have attended Fremont High School, class of June 1923.
Chapman was an accomplished tennis player. 3,4
Links and References
D-Day Prayer at 'Y' Anniversary Oakland Tribune June 7, 1944
- Y.W.C.A. Sets Final Party Oakland Tribune June 23, 1945
- An Affirmation of Faith by Thomas David Parham, Jr., PhD
- The Black Women Oral History Project edited by Ruth Edmonds Hill
- Class of 12 Completes Nurse Course Oakland Tribune April 16, 1943