Collection Number: 226 Inclusive Dates: 1882 - 2002 Extent: 23 Cubic Feet Description: Wilhelmina Rolark served on the Superior Courts of D.C., and served as chair of the City Councils Fiduciary Committee and the Advisory Committee on Probate and Fiduciary Rules. Rolark founded the National Association of Black Women Attorneys. Rolark worked with area blackowned businesses when many faced difficult legal or financial problems. She worked with her husband to develop the United Black Fund to help non-profit organization take advantage of philanthropists in the city. Her papers consist of subject files, meeting files, government documents, event files, certificates, diplomas, awards, and photographs that document her extensive career.
Staff, DPAAC, "Rolark, Wilhelmina" (2015). Manuscript Division. 258.