Marion Dunlap Whitman

April 17, 1927 – April 18, 1986

Raised as James Dunlap, Marion Dunlap Whitman worked as a sewing machine operator in the late 1950s and was one of numerous crossing-dressing African American Detroiters entrapped on the streets by undercover vice.  After serving 18 months in the State Prison of Southern Michigan, she moved to San Francisco.

Bay Area Reporter, May 15, 1986

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