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Dr. Charles W. Swan Library and Museum: Black Baltimore The Historical Global Legacies in Maryland
Autobiography………………………….. Charles was born in Hartsville, SC. at 1912 Hudson Street, March 11, 1942. He grew up in the neighborhood of “Upton” Harlem and Fremont Aves., 829 Harlem Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland. His mother and father were his guiding light. Charles’s father, Alexander Swan worked at Bethlehem Steel Corporation for thirty years and never missed a sick day. His dad was born in Dillwyn, VA His mother Anna Swan was a housewife. Charles’ brother Ronald “Dancer” served in the United States Army as a Green Beret. “Dancer” was awarded the silver and bronze stars for his heroism and was called the “snake” in Vietnam. Henry the 6’7 baby brother was a basketball superstar at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus along with his teammate “pistol”. He went on to play with the world famous Harlem Globetrotters and is now living in Townsville, Australia………….. The Reverend Andrew Scott stated that Charles got along very well with others, even as a very young child. He was always willing to make himself available to help others. He was brought up in a Christian home and was raised in Pennsylvania AME Zion Church. He participated in all the Church’s activities including those in the community. Reverend Andrew Scott stated that it has been a pleasure to have known this young man. Charles from infancy was an obedient and agreeable baby. We felt that he was a God fearing man and would be an asset to the field of medicine. His God Mother, Mrs. Washington thought that he may become President………… He entered Booker T. Washington Jr. High School studying music and foreign languages-by the time he finished college, he had completed Spanish, French and German. Baltimore City gave Charles superb training and education. People that he met in the world from Hong Kong to Argentina would always ask him from whence he came? He would always say proudly “Bal more”. Charles was a boy scout in troop #278 at Providence Baptist Church at 6 years of age. Later in his life, little did they know that he would become Commissioner at the World Famous Boy Scout Headquarters Circle Ten in Dallas; led by Bunker Hunt and Rusk Perot, Chairman’s of the Board…………… Some of the prominent and notable Marylanders from “Upton” where Charles grew up were Dr. William Boddie, General Timothy Boddie, George Russell, City Solicitor. Bishop Harrison Bryant and Dr. Harry Cohen, Pharmacist. Charles played in the Baltimore City College marching Band and Orchestra producing the renowned saxophonist, Gary Bartz. He concluded his military training at Amarillo, Lack land, Westover, Strategic Air Command and the United States Special Field Forces with the rank of Major General. Queen Elizabeth, invited him to England for the Famous British Air Museum Ceremonies. Dr. Swan is honored at the Black American West Museum in Denver, Colorado as one of it’s first Chairman of the Board and is profiled in Colorado Black leadership profiles. Who’s Who among Colorado’s outstanding leaders, by Wallace Yvonne Tollette Published in 2001, Western Images ………He served as Presidential Policy Advisor to Presidents Reagan and Bush and prior to the Presidents appointments, he was in private practice Pocono Record, The (Newspaper) – July 19, 1972, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania Swan & Associates Dr. Charles W. Swan, Psychoanalyst By appointment only 6 p.m. to 10:p.m. Box 15 18342 Mountainhome, Pa 18342 Dr. Swan has been appointed to the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Social and Rehabilitation Services, Region lll in Philadelphia, PA, December 24, 1972. Swan will serve under Gorham Black, Regional Director of Region 111 (From 1971 to 1977, Gorham Black served as the Director of Region III of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Gorham supervised more than 8,000 employees and had responsibility for administering the broad range of departmental programs and services annually costing over $10 billion in the Region’s five states, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and the District of Columbia) HEW became the United States Department of Health and Human Services……… Additionally, Swan was the former Executive Director of United Neighborhood Services in Scranton, Pa. 1970-72 http://www.uncnepa.org/ He was the Personnel Director of the Hotel Corporation of America. Charles medical interest began with the Medical College Entrance Examination at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Upon completion of the examine, the Med MAR sends applications to several Medical Schools. Charles was accepted at the University of New York Medical School (Downtown) and the University of California Medical School(Irvine). After attending Morgan State University and Ohio Christian College, B.S., M.A. and a Ph.D. in Psychology, he chose Texas as a Post Doctorate student. As a Clinical Assistant, at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, he was awarded the Silver Key Award by the National Association of Mental Health………….. As a Post Doc, he studied psychoneuroimmunology, Behavior Medicine, Biomedical Science and Neuroscience at the University of Texas Health Science Center. Charles was nominated into Who’s Who in Science * Medicine and the World * The World Health Organization * Behavorial Medicine * Psychoneuroimmunology * Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center * The New York Academy of Science * American Association of World Health * National Library of Medicine * Human Genome Sequencing Management Center * North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Scientific and Environmental Programmes) * Center for Disease Control * American Association for the Advancement of Science * American Physics Society * Stanford University Electronic Library * Cornell University Law Library * The United States Supreme Court Historical Society * American Library Association, American Medical Association. He has been listed as a United States Historical Persona . The Award Winning Blackfamilies.com called him a Historical Black Figure with Fredrick Douglass, Madame C.J.Walker, Martin Luther King, Dr. Mae C. Jemison and other celebrities/ icons. Charles is featured in IMDB, Famous Birthdays.com and Celebrity Portal. 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Charles W. Swan was borned in Hartville, SC He was delivered into this world by Nurse Practitioner
Mrs. Spann. She delivered a 10 pound baby boy. Charles spent the first five years of his life in Hartsville, SC At the age of 5, he was brought to Baltimore for schooling.

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Charles grew up in the neighborhood of “Upton” Harlem and Fremont Aves., 829 Harlem Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland. His mother and father were his guiding light. Charles’s father, Alexander Swan worked at Bethlehem Steel Corporation for thirty years and never missed a sick day. His dad was born in Dillwyn, VA His mother Anna Swan was a housewife. . The Reverend Andrew Scott stated that Charles got along very well with others, even as a very young child. He was always willing to make himself available to help others. He was brought up in a Christian home and was raised in Pennsylvania AME Zion Church. He participated in all the Church’s activities including those in the community. Reverend Andrew Scott stated that it has been a pleasure to have known this young man. Charles from infancy was an obedient and agreeable baby. We felt that he was a God fearing man and would be an asset to the field of medicine. His God Mother, Mrs. Washington thought that he may become President…………Charles excelled in life working utimately for two Presidents.

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Intelligence Quota Genius was not an inherited quality OPUS Majus written in 1928 . Virtue clarifies the mind so that man may comprehend more easily not only moral but scientific truths. Innocency of the soul have gain greater proficiency. Virtuous activity is not sufficient for genius. It is enough to understand the laws of nature that are already discovered and for an experimental comprehension of the known world, but not a genius. Two further qualities are necessary to keep the gap from intelligence to genius. Creativity the discovery of new laws-a special revelation- fundamental insight given to those worthy of it by God. The application of this process of discovery to transform the world to benefit all. God ordained that the revelation should be given the world so that the human race may be saved. God is the intelligence active in all our souls in all cognition. Person of genius apply their search for wisdom to solving the immediate crisis of human civilization, harnessing Little Geniuses to their end those principles in accord natural law for all eternity. Lastly the final ingredient for genius is humility-the learned ignorance. If man lived through infinite ages in the perfect in their mental state, he would arrive with certainty at the perfection of wisdom is the multitude of things knowledgeable. Charles often kept his hand raised in class. It was obvious that he had a thirst for knowledge. It was discovered that Charles along with several of his classmates were little geniuses. This group included Moses Knight, Laurel Phillips, Pamela Russell, Barbara Gallop, Margaret Taylor, Rollin Kelly and Edward Pope were sent to Elementary School#132 for special studies in the summer of 1948 in Baltimore. This group skipped half of the school year for each subsequent grade from the 1st to the 6th grades at #161 Fannie L. Bourbor Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland.

Charles often kept his hand raised in class. It was obvious that he had a thirst for knowledge. It was discovered that Charles along with several of his classmates were little geniuses. This group included Moses Knight, Laurel Phillips, Pamela Russell, Barbara Gallop, Margaret Taylor, Roland Kelly and Edward Pope were sent to Elementary School#132 for special studies in the summer of 1949 in Baltimore. This group skipped half of the school year for each subsequent grade from the 1st to the 6th grades at #161 Fannie L. Bourbor Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland.

There are several people who forged Charles thinking and directed his growth. These people are called spirit enlighteners. Such people were his father, Alexander Swan who raised him. Gary Cooper, actor who showed him bravery and courage. Ronald Reagan, President, who was straight forward, direct, and to the point. Bishop Carroll McCormick, Scranton, PA who demonstrated to him love and dedication to humanity. Charles rode the same Amtrack train from Washington, DC to Philadelphia, PA with now Vice President Joseph Biden.

He was a young Senator from Delaware. Charles met Senator Biden in Philadelphia Regional Office of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Charles was his Federal State Representative for Delaware under the direction of the Regional Director Gorham Black. Governor Pete Dupont was governor at that time. Little did Charles know that Senator Biden was from Scranton, PA. Charles was the Executive Director of the Progressive Center, United Neighborhood Services in Scranton and a private practice in the Poconos along with Drs. Tatersol and Kitchen.

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Later in life Charles met his challenges and rose to the occasion with Marks of Distinction: Presidential Policy Advisors to Presidents Reagan and George Bush, Sr.* Medal of Freedom * Legion of Merit * Senatorial Commission * United States Historical Persona * Ronald Reagan Eternal Flame of Freedom Medal * Republican Majority Medal * Presidents National Medal of Patriotism * The America Air Museum Founders Registry of Honor from Queen Elizabeth * Marquis Who’s Who in America * Science * Medicine * World * Movieeye * Nominated Time Magazine Person of the Century * Starpages * Famousbirthdays * Knighted June 2000 * The Religious and Military Order Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem* Sir
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Charles was nominated into Who’s Who in Science * Medicine and the World * The World Health Organization * Behavorial Medicine * Psychoneuroimmunology * Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center * The New York Academy of Science * American Association of World Health * National Library of Medicine * Human Genome Sequencing Management Center * North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Scientific and Environmental Programmes) * Center for Disease Control * American Association for the Advancement of Science * American Physics Society * Stanford University Electronic Library * Cornell University Law Library * The United States Supreme Court Historical Society * American Library Association, American Medical Association.
He has been listed as a United States Historical Persona .

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M. Richard Fragala, M.D. Superintendent
Ronald R. /. Hendler, M.PJi. Assistant Superintendent
Alice Shannon, M.D. Acting Clinical Director
August 25, 1997
Dr. Charles Swan, Emeritus 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa, Florida 33647

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Dear Dr. Swan:
Thank you for your letter dated August 16, 1997. It is wonderful to know that a former staff family member of Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center (CTPHC) is encouraged by our growth and progress in the care for and the treatment of the mentally ill.
The staff members you listed in your letter are no longer working here but their hard work and dedication to the Hospital’s mission helped guide this Institution towards its viability in the next millennium.
I’m afraid I don’t have a personal copy of the A&E network documentary. The Hospital has a copy which for obvious reasons must remain at the Hospital. However you may obtain a copy of the documentary on videocassette and a written transcript of the documentary by contacting the A&E network located in New York City.

I wish you all the best in every future endeavor.
Sincerely

M. Richard Fragala, M.D.
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Dear Dr. Swan,
Thank you very much for your letter to Senator Sarbanes, dated July 22, 1997. Kweku (Laast) sent me a copy since I’ve been in Indiana the last few weeks. I am sincerely grateful to you for your assistance in getting me into the “American System”.
As you know Kweku looks to you as his big brother and cant say enough about you. I hope to have the honor of meeting you in the near future. Meanwhile I will keep you informed of developments regarding my application to University of Maryland Veterinary School.
Once again, Thank you for your time and assistance.
Sincerely,
Victoria A. K. Owiredu

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Dear Rt. Ex. Chev. Matthew Haines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.:
I have known Dr. Swan for approximately 3 years. We first met at a family reunion in Roxboro, a small town in North Carolina, near Durham where I was teaching at North Carolina Central University.
Dr. Swan later invited me to his residence to view some theoretical papers I had written dealing with culture, health, and systems analyses. My statistical theory for using systems analyses to evaluate health outcomes on a cultural basis was an area of his intellectual and professional interest.
Concerning my work, he was very affirming and supportive in its international potential. Charles was always willing to engage in discussion with me when I called. He was friendly, but to the point. He was instructive, but truthful and loyal. Having been recently appraised of the scope of his background I must admit that I find it an honor that such a rare individual with such an extensive profile would take the time to read, to critique and to continually maintain contact while conducting such a busy, pressing agenda.
When I think of a gentleman, I think of courtesy, stamina, a willingness to be forthright with
the truth, politeness, helpful and assisting. When I think of a gentleman I think of Charles and his noble qualities of honor, respect, courage, loyalty and willingness to serve as a dedicated scholar and mentor. When I think of character, I think of the various dialogs we have engaged in over a period of time that focused on my professional development as a research scientist. Today they have left me with an appreciation for him as a regal man of quest, a man of challenge and service.
I have attempted to provide to you some guidance to a most remarkable character. And I am sure this only begins to tell the story of his passion for exactitude, bottomless curiosity for scientific understanding and inquiry. I believe that once you meet Charles you too will see what caliber of man he is, and will find all that I have described and perhaps another realm of talents yet unrevealed to me.
If I can be of additional assistance please call.
Sincerely,

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Good afternoon,

Yesterday I had the pleasure of nominating one of the most brilliant legal minds in America — and a friend of mine — for the Supreme Court.

Elena Kagan’s trailblazing career speaks for itself. An acclaimed legal scholar, she was the first woman to serve as Dean of Harvard Law School. A dedicated public servant, she was the first woman to serve as Solicitor General. In that position she has represented the American people before the Supreme Court in cases such as Citizens United, where she advocated forcefully for the right of Americans to be heard in our democracy over the well-funded clamor of corporate special interests.

Hear from Elena directly in a video that was recorded moments after I announced my decision:
Take it from a former constitutional law professor: deciding on the person to nominate to the Supreme Court is no easy task. But I know Elena will be an incredibly effective justice, thanks to her ability to build consensus across ideological lines and her profound grasp of how the law impacts real people’s lives. It’s made me proud to know and admire her for decades, and even prouder to nominate her to our Nation’s highest court.

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President Barack Obama
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RONALD REAGAN

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Dr. Charles W. Swan
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Dear Dr. Swan:

During my years in the White House, I have pursued a special dream to renew our national spirit and to make America great again. Thanks to Americans like you who have supported me, our Party, and our candidates, we have come closer to that dream.

Yet, ours is a lengthy journey. There is always a danger that those with a different vision may steer us off course. It is our responsibility, yours and mine, to do everything within our power to keep this great nation moving forward as a beacon of freedom and liberty for the world.

That’s why we need your support for “Victory ’88.”

I am proud that our Party has selected Vice President George Bush, my working partner of eight years, to lead us in th< days ahead. In 1988, it is our duty and privilege to work for his election. He will be a President who will serve us with honor, integrity, experience and vision. It is also our duty as Americans to keep this country oi course by electing responsible Republican men and women to serve us in the United States Congress, our state legislatures and in local government. That’s why I am joining with George Bush and all the leaders of the Republican Party in urging you to make a commitment today to “Victory “88.” I am proud of the accomplishments we have made over these past years. (Over, please) Page Two Much of our progress was achieved because during my first six years in office, Republicans held a majority in the United States Senate, gained parity among our state Governors, and had a working majority in the United States House of Representatives. We won those victories because Republicans like you stepped forward and gave so generously to the umbrella campaign organization that allied the efforts of our state and national GOP organizations. “Victory ’88” is the name of the umbrella program that will wage our victory this year. And today, “Victory “88” urgently needs the help and assistance that you have been known to give to candidates and Party organizations in the past. Vice President Bush wrote you recently about “Victory “88” and outlined the dangers we face as Americans if we fail to keep the progress of these last eight years moving forward. I join with him in asking for your help to ensure the election of a Congress that will make our dreams become a reality. I truly appreciate how gracious you have been through the years in responding to my many requests. It is because of the special spirit of Americans like you that I know America’s best days are still ahead. We cannot falter now; we cannot be complacent. George Bush and our team of Republicans urgently need your help to ensure we continue on the road of peace and prosperity. As always, Nancy and I are grateful for all you have done. We are confident you will build the victory America needs through your support for “Victory “88.” God bless you. Ronald Reagan Sincerely, The Officers and Trustees cordially invite you to become a member of the Supreme Court Historical Society.  THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, DC January 4, 1994 Dr. Charles W. Swan 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa, Florida 33647

Dear Dr. Swan Thank you for your support for the North American Free Trade Agreement. America’s continued prosperity depends, now as never before, on our ability to tap growing markets around the world. Like you, I am pleased that Congress passed NAFTA in a historic demonstration of bipartisan support. Our country has chosen to compete – – not retreat – – and to reassert our leadership in the global economy. I hope I can count on your continued support on trade, health care, welfare reform, and other issues important to our nation’s future. Sincerely, Bill Clinton White House

THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, DC March 19, 1991 Dear Dr. Swan: Thank you for your message about the United States efforts in the Persian Gulf region. This was not a war we wanted, but there are times in the life of our country when we confront principles worth fighting for this was one such time. The cooperation of the community of nations in stopping Saddam Hussein’s ruthless aggression and in liberating Kuwait is unprecedented. Certainly I am pleased that the ground war ended in one hundred hours and that there were far fewer casualties than had been widely predicted. Operation Desert Storm’s success belongs to our courageous troops. We are all tremendously proud of them, and I am delighted that they are coming home to the hero’s welcome that they deserve. As we assume our responsibility as a catalyst for peace and stability in the Middle East region, we will not forget those who gave their lives for this just cause, those who lost loved ones, or those innocent people who have suffered as a result of this conflict. I ask for your prayers for all those thus affected and for continued blessings on our great Nation. Sincerely, George Bush Dr. Charles W. Swan 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa, FL 33647 George H. W. Bush Alumni Association https://www.georgebushfoundation.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=424

10972C RONALD REAGAN October 7, 1988 Dr. Charles W, Swan 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa, FL 33647

Dear Dr. Swan: During my first year as President, you may recall I quoted the 200-year-old words of patriot Tom Paine, who wrote “we have it within our power to begin the world over again.15 Today, as I look back on the accomplishments achieved in just seven and one-half years, I know that it was your unflagging support for me, for our ideas and for our Party that led the way as we, indeed, worked to “begin the world over again.” Nancy and I will always treasure how you stood by us, in times of triumph and tragedy., . Your support and commitment emboldened us to launch America on a new course,, a course that: has brought families together, strengthened our prosperity, protected our freedom and restored American honor around the globe. Soon, my time as President will come to an end. But our great cause must not flag or fail. We owe it to ourselves, and to our children to continue the qreat crusade we have begun.. That is why I am asking you to ensure a great victory for our cause by giving your additional support, once again, to the RNC’s 1988 Presidential Fund. I know you have been asked to help the RNC’s 1988 Presidential Fund several times in this critical election year.Your contributions have had a proven impact and have helped to turn our campaign around. But now, as the final critical hours of this election approach, I must ask for your help again to ensure we win a victory for George Bush as well as for each of our Republicans running for Congress and state office. This victory or defeat for George Bush and the GOP could hinge on the last-minute decisions of just a few thousand of all the voters in this election. Our Party urgently needs your support for the last-minute mailings, TV commercials, radio ads and get-out-the-vote drives aimed at reaching this voter group. The Democrat ticket has tried mightily to keep its liberal views and record under cover. Yet the majority of Americans clearly disapprove of their record of relentless tax increases, inexperience in foreign policy, and softness in dealing with convicted criminals. What concerns me is that there are dozens of liberal Democrats in Congress who support this thinking 100&. It is our task, in the final days of this campaign, to retire these liberal Democrats from the House and Senate. Specifically, an additional $1.4 million is needed by the RNC’s 1988 Presidential Fund to help George Bush and our Republican candidates in scores of targeted districts and states. I urge you to send the largest possible contribution to the RNC’s 1988 Presidential Fund to help us seize our opportunity. George Bush will be a great President for the United States of America. But he is depending on you and me for the help that will put him over the top. I will be working diligently between now and November 8 to ensure that George Bush – a friend, compatriot and great Vice President – will serve as our 41st Chief Executive. May I ask you to help me in this quest, just as you have helped me so many times before? With time so short, the need is urgent. The additional funds must be raised in two weeks’ time in order to have the impact we seek. Your support now is absolutely critical. You and I have shared many triumphs together over the years. But this campaign can be our greatest triumph of all. Let us continue the work we started in 1981. I ask you, as a friend, to help again in this critical hour. God bless you.  Sincerely, Ronald

Reagan Jeane Kirkpatrick U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations United Nations Dr. Charles W. Swan 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa, Florida 33647 Dear Dr. Swan On September 29 and 30, Chairman’s Advisory Board members will meet in roundtable discussion with candidates and campaign professionals for the U.S. Senate, House, and Governor races. Among the participants will be Congressional Campaign Chairman Bill Paxon, U.S. Senate candidate Oliver North, Republican Governors Association Director Chris Henick, and the RNC’s program directors, the “frontline” of our political management team. Then the Board will convene to take up the critical issues of health care and foreign policy. Discussion leaders include former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger, former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft, Congresswoman Nancy Johnson, and former Director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Bernadine Healy. In keeping with tradition, we will adjourn each evening for gala social events. On September 29, the Board will be welcomed to Washington by Congressional Leadership at a reception with a live broadcast of “Rising Tide” on GOP-TV, our Party’s own national television network. The following night, the Chairman’s Advisory Board has been asked to host the Republican Tribute to retiring members of Congress. That should be quite a poignant and special occasion. Formal Annual Meeting notification and membership materials for you will be forthcoming from National Chairman, Haley Barbour. Again, I want to extend my congratulations on your nomination to Chairman’s Advisory Board status, and my hope that I shall have the pleasure of seeing you in Washington on September 29 and 30. ? Sincerely, ? Jeane Kirkpatrick Republican National Committee January 31, 1992

Karen Kessenich, Director The President’s Club Dr. Charles W. Swan 16127 Ancroft Court Tampa,Florida 33647 Dear Dr. Swan, I need your help with an important task we do every year here in The President’s Club office at the Republican National Committee. As you may know, I keep a file card for you and every member of our President’s Club with all the information we need to serve you and to keep track of the generous support you give our Party. That doesn’t mean we’re behind the times — I have a computer file, too. But you and your fellow members are too important to me to risk losing your record in some computer “glitch.” So I maintain our old-fashioned file card records so I can personally review them every year about this time. As we get ready for this presidential election year and make reservations for our President’s Club members at the National Convention in Houston, I want to make absolutely sure your file is in perfect order. So I hope you’ll look over your card, which I’ve enclosed, and make any corrections necessary. If you moved this year, or if I have your name or address spelled incorrectly, please write any changes right on the card. If everything is correct, just write “OK” and sign your initials. Then send it back to me in the envelope I’ve enclosed. Dr. Swan, throughout the past year and a half as President’s Club Director, it’s been an incredible experience for me to see first-hand the extraordinary loyalty and commitment of our members, and your generous record of support in particular. You are truly one of our Party’s most distinguished members. Chairman Yeutter and I are honored to have the support of a person of your caliber, and we are very grateful for your most recent membership contribution to The President’s Club. Sincerely, Karen Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican Center • 310 First Street Southeast • Washington, D.C. 20003 The White House, Washington One of the most important things I’ve done as President is read messages from Americans like you. And whether you sat down to write me a letter back in 2009 or just last week, I wanted to say thank you for writing. Letters like yours have given me the chance to hear the real stories that make up the ever changing narrative of America. They are stories of your setbacks and successes, your fears and your hopes not just for today—but for the country and the world we’ll leave to our children and our grandchildren. I want you to know that I was listening. I heard your stories. And you made me a better President. In 2014, a young mom took a chance and shared her family’s story with me. She said she knew that “staying silent about what you see and what needs changing never makes any difference.” She was right. And so, while serving you has been the greatest privilege of my life, I want you to know that when I leave the White House, I’ll still hold the most important title of all: that of citizen. And as a proud American citizen, I believe that we are a constant work in progress. Our success has never been certain. None of our journey has been preordained. There’s always been a gap between our highest ideals and the reality we witness every day. But what makes us exceptional—what makes us Americans—is that we have fought wars, and passed laws, and reformed systems, and organized unions, and staged protests, and launched mighty movements to close that gap. To bring the promise and the practice of America into closer alignment. To form that more perfect union. So our collective future depends on our collective willingness to uphold our duties as citizens: to vote, to speak out, and to stand up for others knowing that each of us is only here because somebody, somewhere, stood up for us. And for the rest of my days, I promise I will be right there alongside you, continuing to do my part to build a better, more prosperous, more diverse and inclusive America—an America with a future full of hope. From all of us in the Obama family—thank you for writing. All the best, Barack Obama https://click.mail.whitehouse.gov/?qs=365ef29dc3eae56f16b7b46782ed469a1ce7f46a1565f659a50c104740c8730a57d76ea6aa439f0e George H. W. Bush Alumni Association https://www.georgebushfoundation.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=424 Room 1 http://www.angelfire.com/celeb2/actor/library.html Room 4 http://www.angelfire.com/celeb2/actor/treasure/

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Dr. Charles W. Swan Good morning, I’m writing today with an update on the situation in Libya, including the actions we’ve taken with allies and partners to protect the Libyan people from the brutality of Moammar Qaddafi. For further details, please take a moment to watch this morning’s Weekly Address: Sending our brave men and women in uniform into harm’s way is not a decision I make lightly. But when someone like Qaddafi threatens a bloodbath that could destabilize an entire region, it is in our national interest to act. In fact, it’s our responsibility. Our mission in Libya is clear and focused — and we are succeeding. Along with our allies and partners, we are enforcing the mandate of the United Nations Security Council. Working with other countries, we have put in place a no-fly zone and other measures that will help prevent further violence and brutality. Qaddafi’s air defenses have been taken out, and his forces are no longer advancing across Libya. As a consequence of our quick action, the lives of countless innocent civilians have been saved, and a humanitarian catastrophe has been avoided. The role of American forces in this mission is limited. After providing unique capabilities at the beginning, we are now handing over control of the no-fly zone to our NATO allies and partners, including Arab partners like Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. The United States has also joined with the international community to deliver urgent humanitarian assistance. We’re offering support to the Libyan opposition and have frozen tens of billions of dollars of Qaddafi’s assets. Our message to Qaddafi is clear: attacks against innocent civilians must end, his forces must be pulled back, humanitarian aid must reach Libyans in need, and those responsible for the violence in Libya must be held accountable. The progress we’ve made over the past seven days demonstrates how the international community should work, with many nations, not just the United States, bearing the responsibility and cost of upholding international law. Every American can be proud of the service of our men and women in uniform who have once again stood up for our interests and ideals. And as we move forward, I will continue to keep each of you fully informed on our progress. Sincerely, Barack Obama President of the United States P.S. On Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. EDT, I will deliver an address at the National Defense University in Washington, DC on the situation in Libya. You can watch the speech live at WhiteHouse.gov/live. _________________________________________________________________________________ Farewell to Dr. Charles W. Swan on his Retirement Page 96 PHYSICIANS-MD & DO “5\ yellowback ( PHYSICIANS-MD & DO (CONT’D) ) Souza Cesar MD 200 Forest Or S Bostn …572-6530 SPARKS & MACCARTY MD • See Ad. Page 194 422 Hamilton Blvd S Bostn 572-4074 Sparks Paul C MD Orthopedic Surgeon 422 Hamilton Blvd S Bostn 572-4074 Sprinkle James D 156 Stratford PI Dnvll….791-3455 Strunk John R MD Dr 412 DurantStS Hill., 447-2898 Surgical Associates Of South Boston 2206 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-2743 Swan Charles W Dr 2043 Golf Course Rd Hlfx 476-7655 Taylor Charles D MD The Southside Urology Clinic PC 800 Oak St Frmvll 392-9449 Thanaporn Prasit Obstetrics & Gynecology 2212 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-8921 After Hours 572-4493 The Center For Neuropsychiatric Services 306 N Mecklenburg Ave S Hill 774-2501 Thomas Johnna S MD 946 N Main St Chase Cty 372-5141 Thompson Family Medical Center Chatham 432-0216 Thompson Kimberly MD 516 W Atlantic StS Hill 447-7177 Torres Precious T MD Pediatrics 2212 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-8921 After Hours 572-3377 Tozzi Michael J DO 416 Bracey Ln S Hill..447-4736 Trieu Due K MD Obstetrics & Gynecology 2212 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-8921 After Hours 572-4493 Truitt Thomas M MD Ofc 2232 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-5260 Tucker H J Jr Dr 920 Mountain Rd Hlfx 476-6868 University Of Virginia Health System Uva Health System Medical Emergencies Chrlttsvle Toll Free ‘1’ 800 251-3627 Vanichkachorn Sukri MD FICS 917 Forest Ln S Hill 447-8570 Varner Lawrence C MD FAAFP 400 Longwood Ave Frmvll 392-6101 Village Family Practice 16450 Court St Ami 804561-1606 Ward Phillip D MD Obstetrics & Gynecology 2212 Wilborn Ave S Bostn 572-8921 After Hours 572-4493 Waters Michael 142 S Main St Dnvll 432-3770 West End Orthopaedic Clinic Inc 1509 W 3rd St Frmvll 392-1512 Toll Free ‘1’ 800 422-2663 Williams Carlos A MD 501 Lombardy St S Hill 447-9033 Williams Keith H 125 Executive Dr Dnvll …791-1345 Willis Calvin MD 1627 Seymour Dr S Bostn 572-9355 Wilson Charles S MD 80S Buffalo St Frmvll 392-3375 WOMEN’S HEALTH CENTER C WILLIAM ROSCHE MD S See Ad. Page 194 2200 Beechmont Rd S Bostn 572-8772 WOMEN’S HEALTH SERVICES OF CENTRAL VA, INC. tS See M Page 194 114 Nationwide Dr. Lynchbrg 239-7890 Young-Ligon Laura FNP 946 N Main St Chase Cty 372-5141 Zwilling Gregory V 115 College St Clrksvlle 374-5344 f PHYSICIANS-MD & DO- >v ( ADDICTIONOLOGY (ALCOHOL & V DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT) J
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February 9th, 2011

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Professor Alvin Killough

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Alvin Lynard Killough

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Dear Rt. Ex. Chev. Matthew Haines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.:
I have known Dr. Swan for approximately 3 years. We first met at a family reunion in Roxboro, a small town in North Carolina, near Durham where I was teaching at a North Carolina University. Swan later invited me to his residence to view some theoretical papers I had written dealing with culture, health, and systems analyses. My statistical theory for using systems analyses to evaluate health outcomes on a cultural basis was an area of his intellectual and professional interest.
Concerning my work, he was very affirming and supportive in its international potential. Charles was always willing to engage in discussion with me when I called. He was friendly, but to the point. He was instructive, but truthful and loyal. Having been recently appraised of the scope of his background I must admit that I find it an honor that such a rare individual with such an extensive profile would take the time to read, to critique and to continually maintain contact while conducting such a busy, pressing agenda.
When I think of a gentleman, I think of courtesy, stamina, a willingness to be forthright with he truth, politeness, helpful and assisting. When I think of a gentleman I think of Charles and his noble qualities of honor, respect, courage, loyalty and willingness to serve as a dedicated scholar and mentor. When I think of character, I think of the various dialogs we have engaged in over a period of time that focused on my professional development as a research scientist. Today they have left me with an appreciation for him as a regal man of quest, a man of challenge and service.
I have attempted to provide to you some guidance to a most remarkable character. And I am sure this only begins to tell the story of his passion for exactitude, bottomless curiosity for scientific understanding and inquiry. I believe that once you meet Charles you too will see what caliber of man he is, and will find all that I have described and perhaps another realm of talents yet unrevealed to me.
If I can be of additional assistance please call.
Sincerely,
Al Killough, Ph.D.

February 10th, 2011

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Paige

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February 10th, 2011

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Gene & Barbara

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Idid. Idid. Your husband is in excellent company. Tell him that we congratulate him.

February 10th, 2011

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MS. MEM.

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WOW…SUPER SITE! THANKS SO MUCH MR. DR. CHARLES SWAN FOR SENDING ME THE LINK TO YOUR PAGE PROFILE…VERY DETAILED AND INTERESTING 🙂 HTTP://RIOGRANDEVALLEYLIVIN.WORDPRESS.COM

February 13th, 2011

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President George Herbert Walker Bush and Barbara

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Congratulations on becoming a recipient of The Presidential Legion of Merit Award

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March 3rd, 2011

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Ronnie Strickland

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To: Sir Dr.Charles W. Swan
Sent: January 18, 2011 02:28:05 PM
Subject: Hi, from Joseph!
Hello Charles,

I seldom read the spam mail; however, two of my grandsons are getting ready to celebrate birthdays and this is how I came upon your message.

I think the last time we spoke was in DC about 30+ years ago. Judging from your titles, life has treated you well and I am happy to know this.

My 50 year City College reunion was held last year and in attendance was about 300 men.

I am a Real Estate Broker in Baltimore and I hope the economy returns to good times so that I can sell some homes.

I hope you and your family are well.

God Bless all of you,

Ronnie Strickland

March 3rd, 2011

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Lin Hart

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Charles:

Thanks for stopping by. “Sir Dr. Charles.” It would appear life has been good. Congrats.

Lin Hart

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March 12th, 2011

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Oveda Howard

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For a Wonderful Man…It means so much to know a man like you…someone whose warm personality and caring heart make him very special…God Loves you Best and I Love you Too.

March 12th, 2011

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Mother

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A son touches the hearth in a very special way. You may not hear this often enough, but you’ve been wonderful through the years, and you’re loved greatly

March 27th, 2011

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Ishmael Reed and the Gary Bartz Quartet: Poetry for Peace from Daisaku Ikeda

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Hello to Gary Bartz, Charlie Swan, trumpet player, classmate from Baltimore City College.

Best Wishes,

Charlie Swan

October 11th, 2011

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Lillie Collins Byrdsell

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I did live on Harlem Avenue at one time. but I don’t remember when I first met your brother. I remember his smile and his pleasant disposition. I believe we attended Booker T. Washington Junior High School together.

You have a very awesome story and it’s quite overwhelming as well as intimidating. I will send you a photo of myself at the class reunion before the week ends. Needless to say I couldn’t be more speechless than I would be if I were talking to President Obama.

I bet your biography could become a very interesting best seller. You understood and realized your purpose from the start and I doubt if you will ever be considered retired. My life has been blessed in a much different way and I live in metro-Atlanta GA. If there is such a thing as reincarnation I will press for a higher mark next time around. Instead, I pray for my children and grandchildren ‘s success, happiness and God’s purpose for their lives.

God Bless you some more, Sincerely, Lillie Collins Byrdsell

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March 4th, 2012

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Jan

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February 7th, 2013

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Professor Larry Gibson

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Author from Baltimore, February 6, 2013
By Sir Charles – See all my reviews   This review is from: Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice (Hardcover)
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I fine your writings to be precise, concise and well written. Your extensive research gave you a rich flavor of the Justice’s path. Your thirst for knowledge and truth guided you to creating a great publication.

The Right Honorable Chevalier Sir Dr. Charles W. Swan

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March 4th, 2013

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March 5th, 2013

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Alex G. Philipson

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Dr. Charles W. Swan writes

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offers us major legends talents Jean Harlow, Jerry Lewis, Joanne Woodward, Godfrey Cambridge, David Niven, Sidney Poitier, Zero Mostel, Lou Costello, Shemp Howard, Edward Everett Horton, John Mills, Cyd Charisse, Jennifer Jones, Claire Trevor, Irene Papas, Madeleine Carroll, Mercedes McCambridge, Frank Overton, and Elizabeth Taylor. More recent stars feature Billy Crystal, Glenn Close, Bernadette Peters, Lynn Redgrave, Rex Harrison, Charles Durning, Bruce Willis, Peter Fonda, William H. Macy, Michael Caine, Daniel Craig, Holly Hunter, William Hurt, Raul Julia, Tom Courtenay, Dean Stockwell, Alan Rickman, Juliette Binoche, Drew Barrymore, Dakota Fanning, Charles W. Swan, Aidan Quinn, Thora Birch, Jennifer O’Neill, Paula Prentiss, Samantha Eggar, Daniel Craig, Brad Dourif, Irene Cara, Brad Dourif, Ellen Page, Edward James Olmos, Jake Lloyd, Patsy Kensit, Billy Zane, David Thewlis, Sean Biggerstaff, Sean Astin, Miko Hughes, Caitlin Wachs, and Rob Lowe. ______

The Swan Films

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USA Today

ran a story about the forthcoming ballet thriller, “Black Swan,” starring Natalie Portman (left), two days after the Criterion Collection released its. Trapped inside the Beltway Directed by: Charles W. Swan submitted by: Charles W. Swan
X Sundance Film Festival Synopses People Qualifiers Formats. Dec 05, 2010 Sign up OPEN NOW for advance free screening tickets from TXT MOVIE CLUB to “Black Swan” in Scottsdale, AZ! In this dark drama, a ballerina in….
Dr. Charles W. Swan Library and Museum

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Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2014
Dr. Charles W. Swan is being inducted into Marquis Who’s Who in the World

Edward Marks Editor- in- Chief
Inductees

Prince Harry

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A Hollywood Minute

Charles is coming to see you!

Charles’ acting, singing and music debut can be traced back to his childhood in 1952 at Fannie L. Bourbar Elementary School and Pennsylvania AME Zion Church in Baltimore, Maryland. His class under the direction of Mr. Arnett Brown (teacher) had the class present the life and history of John Henry the Steel Driving Man in the puppet show. The class spent several weeks preparing for this stage show. Charles played the part of the preacher man. “The Review was a smashing success….to say the least”. Charles continued to act in school plays and blew his trumpet in the school marching band and orchestra in Booker T. Washington Junior High School and Baltimore City College……………..

The famous saxophonist Gary Bartz rose from these ranks. Charles had a little trio that played out of the Music Union Hall on Howard Street in B-More in 1955.,,,,,,, The Swan Film Institute ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.

Charlie Swan hooks up with his old time friend the great Saxaphonist Gary Bartz………….

March 27th, 2011 Name
Ishmael Reed and the Gary Bartz Quartet: Poetry for Peace from Daisaku Ikeda

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Charles Swan 27.03.11 06:09 messages : 1 United States
Hello to Gary Bartz, Charlie Swan, trumpet player, classmate from Baltimore City College.

Best Wishes,

Charles Swan
Charles W. Swan Actor, Director, Doctor, Knighted….Movie.. Trappped inside the Beltway…. R&B ….Come Go With Me …..

Charles and Cuba Gooding Senior love to eat crabs and beer in Tampa, FL

The Source …Tina Turner, Beyounce, James Brown, Charles Swan, more

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February 9th, 2011

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Professor Alvin Killough

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Alvin Lynard Killough

Office of the Grand Magistry
The Rt. Ex. Chev. MatthewHaines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.
Religious and Military Order of
Knights of the Holy Sepulcher

Dear Rt. Ex. Chev. Matthew Haines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.:
I have known Dr. Swan for approximately 3 years. We first met at a family reunion in Roxboro, a small town in North Carolina, near Durham where I was teaching at a North Carolina University. Swan later invited me to his residence to view some theoretical papers I had written dealing with culture, health, and systems analyses. My statistical theory for using systems analyses to evaluate health outcomes on a cultural basis was an area of his intellectual and professional interest.
Concerning my work, he was very affirming and supportive in its international potential. Charles was always willing to engage in discussion with me when I called. He was friendly, but to the point. He was instructive, but truthful and loyal. Having been recently appraised of the scope of his background I must admit that I find it an honor that such a rare individual with such an extensive profile would take the time to read, to critique and to continually maintain contact while conducting such a busy, pressing agenda.
When I think of a gentleman, I think of courtesy, stamina, a willingness to be forthright with he truth, politeness, helpful and assisting. When I think of a gentleman I think of Charles and his noble qualities of honor, respect, courage, loyalty and willingness to serve as a dedicated scholar and mentor. When I think of character, I think of the various dialogs we have engaged in over a period of time that focused on my professional development as a research scientist. Today they have left me with an appreciation for him as a regal man of quest, a man of challenge and service.
I have attempted to provide to you some guidance to a most remarkable character. And I am sure this only begins to tell the story of his passion for exactitude, bottomless curiosity for scientific understanding and inquiry. I believe that once you meet Charles you too will see what caliber of man he is, and will find all that I have described and perhaps another realm of talents yet unrevealed to me.
If I can be of additional assistance please call.
Sincerely,
Al Killough, Ph.D.

February 10th, 2011

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Paige

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What is your next mountain to climb?

Your Wife

February 10th, 2011

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Gene & Barbara

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Idid. Idid. Your husband is in excellent company. Tell him that we congratulate him.

February 10th, 2011

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MS. MEM.

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WOW…SUPER SITE! THANKS SO MUCH MR. DR. CHARLES SWAN FOR SENDING ME THE LINK TO YOUR PAGE PROFILE…VERY DETAILED AND INTERESTING 🙂 HTTP://RIOGRANDEVALLEYLIVIN.WORDPRESS.COM

February 13th, 2011

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President George Herbert Walker Bush and Barbara

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Congratulations on becoming a recipient of The Presidential Legion of Merit Award

President of the United States

March 3rd, 2011

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Ronnie Strickland

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To: Sir Dr.Charles W. Swan
Sent: January 18, 2011 02:28:05 PM
Subject: Hi, from Joseph!
Hello Charles,

I seldom read the spam mail; however, two of my grandsons are getting ready to celebrate birthdays and this is how I came upon your message.

I think the last time we spoke was in DC about 30+ years ago. Judging from your titles, life has treated you well and I am happy to know this.

My 50 year City College reunion was held last year and in attendance was about 300 men.

I am a Real Estate Broker in Baltimore and I hope the economy returns to good times so that I can sell some homes.

I hope you and your family are well.

God Bless all of you,

Ronnie Strickland

March 3rd, 2011

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Lin Hart

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To: Sir Dr.Charles W. Swan
Subject: Hi, from Lin !
Charles:

Thanks for stopping by. “Sir Dr. Charles.” It would appear life has been good. Congrats.

Lin Hart

Classmate

March 12th, 2011

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Oveda Howard

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For a Wonderful Man…It means so much to know a man like you…someone whose warm personality and caring heart make him very special…God Loves you Best and I Love you Too.

March 12th, 2011

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Mother

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A son touches the hearth in a very special way. You may not hear this often enough, but you’ve been wonderful through the years, and you’re loved greatly

March 27th, 2011

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Ishmael Reed and the Gary Bartz Quartet: Poetry for Peace from Daisaku Ikeda

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Charles Swan 27.03.11 06:09 messages : 1 United States
Hello to Gary Bartz, Charlie Swan, trumpet player, classmate from Baltimore City College.

Best Wishes,

Charlie Swan

October 11th, 2011

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Lillie Collins Byrdsell

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I did live on Harlem Avenue at one time. but I don’t remember when I first met your brother. I remember his smile and his pleasant disposition. I believe we attended Booker T. Washington Junior High School together.

You have a very awesome story and it’s quite overwhelming as well as intimidating. I will send you a photo of myself at the class reunion before the week ends. Needless to say I couldn’t be more speechless than I would be if I were talking to President Obama.

I bet your biography could become a very interesting best seller. You understood and realized your purpose from the start and I doubt if you will ever be considered retired. My life has been blessed in a much different way and I live in metro-Atlanta GA. If there is such a thing as reincarnation I will press for a higher mark next time around. Instead, I pray for my children and grandchildren ‘s success, happiness and God’s purpose for their lives.

God Bless you some more, Sincerely, Lillie Collins Byrdsell

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March 4th, 2012

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Jan

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I Love Charles Swan, so i’m dropping by to give my praise.
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February 7th, 2013

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Professor Larry Gibson

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Amazon Books

This is how your review will appear:

5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Author from Baltimore, February 6, 2013
By Sir Charles – See all my reviewsThis review is from: Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice (Hardcover)
Professor Gibson:

I fine your writings to be precise, concise and well written. Your extensive research gave you a rich flavor of the Justice’s path. Your thirst for knowledge and truth guided you to creating a great publication.

The Right Honorable Chevalier Sir Dr. Charles W. Swan

Excellent work
Larry

March 4th, 2013

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Famous Birthdays

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Discover several Charles W. Swan facts including before he was famous,his family life, his popularity. His fame and fortune…..

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March 5th, 2013

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Alex G. Philipson

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Dr. Charles W. Swan writes

Justice Thurgood Marshall was a trail blazer in American History.
Commentary: Thurgood Marshall Biography recounts formative years
Professor Larry Gibson

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Movies / Film / IMDB

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Charles Swan Avenue

March 11th
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Charles Fan Club
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Charles celebrated his birthday with Quincy and Howard
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50 Cents, Chris, Charles, Jessica and Beyounce
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Movies
Trapped inside the Beltway
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The Sundance Film Festival
Without a box

The World of Movies………………..
offers us major legends talents Jean Harlow, Jerry Lewis, Joanne Woodward, Godfrey Cambridge, David Niven, Sidney Poitier, Zero Mostel, Lou Costello, Shemp Howard, Edward Everett Horton, John Mills, Cyd Charisse, Jennifer Jones, Claire Trevor, Irene Papas, Madeleine Carroll, Mercedes McCambridge, Frank Overton, and Elizabeth Taylor. More recent stars feature Billy Crystal, Glenn Close, Bernadette Peters, Lynn Redgrave, Rex Harrison, Charles Durning, Bruce Willis, Peter Fonda, William H. Macy, Michael Caine, Daniel Craig, Holly Hunter, William Hurt, Raul Julia, Tom Courtenay, Dean Stockwell, Alan Rickman, Juliette Binoche, Drew Barrymore, Dakota Fanning, Charles W. Swan, Aidan Quinn, Thora Birch, Jennifer O’Neill, Paula Prentiss, Samantha Eggar, Daniel Craig, Brad Dourif, Irene Cara, Brad Dourif, Ellen Page, Edward James Olmos, Jake Lloyd, Patsy Kensit, Billy Zane, David Thewlis, Sean Biggerstaff, Sean Astin, Miko Hughes, Caitlin Wachs, and Rob Lowe. ______

The Swan Films
http://theswanfilms-movie-sheila.blogspot.com/
USA Today
ran a story about the forthcoming ballet thriller, “Black Swan,” starring Natalie Portman (left), two days after the Criterion Collection released its. Trapped inside the Beltway Directed by: Charles W. Swan submitted by: Charles W. Swan
X Sundance Film Festival Synopses People Qualifiers Formats. Dec 05, 2010 Sign up OPEN NOW for advance free screening tickets from TXT MOVIE CLUB to “Black Swan” in Scottsdale, AZ! In this dark drama, a ballerina in….
Dr. Charles W. Swan Library and Museum
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Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2014

Dr. Charles W. Swan is being inducted into Marquis Who’s Who in the World
Edward Marks Editor- in- Chief

Inductees
Prince Harry
Valdimer Putin
Pope Francis
http://www.marquiswhoswho.com/listees/publications/14-whos-who-in-the-world-2014
A Hollywood Minute

Charles is coming to see you!

Charles’ acting, singing and music debut can be traced back to his childhood in 1952 at Fannie L. Bourbar Elementary School and Pennsylvannia AME Zion Church in Baltimore, Maryland. His class under the direction of Mr. Arnett Brown (teacher) had the class present the life and history of John Henry the Steel Driving Man in the puppet show. The class spent several weeks preparing for this stage show. Charles played the part of the preacher man. “The Review was a smashing success….to say the least”. Charles continued to act in school plays and blew his trumpet in the school marching band and orchestra in Booker T. Washington Junior High School and Baltimore City College……………..

The famous saxophonist Gary Bartz rose from these ranks. Charles had a little trio that played out of the Music Union Hall on Howard Street in B-More in 1955.,,,,,,, The Swan Film Institute ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.

Charlie Swan hooks up with his old time friend the great Saxaphonist Gary Bartz………….
March 27th, 2011 Name
Ishmael Reed and the Gary Bartz Quartet: Poetry for Peace from Daisaku Ikeda
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Charles Swan 27.03.11 06:09 messages : 1 United States
Hello to Gary Bartz, Charlie Swan, trumpet player, classmate from Baltimore City College.
Best Wishes,
Charles Swan

Charles W. Swan Actor, Director, Doctor, Knighted….Movie.. Trappped inside the Beltway…. R&B ….Come Go With Me …..

Charles and Cuba Gooding Senior love to eat crabs and beer in Tampa, FL

The Source …Tina Turner, Beyounce, James Brown, Charles Swan, more

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Charles’ acting, singing and music debut can be traced back to his childhood in 1952 at Fannie L. Bourbar Elementary School and Pennsylvania AME Zion Church in Baltimore, Maryland. His class under the direction of Mr. Arnett Brown (teacher) had the class present the life and history of John Henry the Steel Driving Man in the puppet show. The class spent several weeks preparing for this stage show. Charles played the part of the preacher man. “The Review was a smashing success….to say the least”. Charles continued to act in school plays and blew his trumpet in the school marching band and orchestra in Booker T. Washington Junior High School and Baltimore City College. The famous saxophonist Gary Barts rose from these ranks. Charles had a little trio that played out of the Music Union Hall on Howard Street in B-More in 1955. The Swan Film Institute presented by Swan and Associates.
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Mr. Gary Bartz’s City Hall of Fame Induction speech enlightened the current City collegians, 1958 seemed a long time ago. His accomplishments are vast and to the delight of everyone, he joined the band and played a solo
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Birthday Greetings from the Stars
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Tribute to Charles
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Swans in Hollywood
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Bibliography Dr. Charles W. Swan
Dr. Charles W. Swan Bibliography Contents Life of Charles W. Swan, Early Years, Education, Government, Hollywood, Charles W. Swan History, Anniversary Website, News and Press, Explore Documents, Images and Artifacts, Acknowledgments, Notes of Kindness, Awards Works by or about Charles W. Swan bibliography http://www.angelfire.com/celeb2/actor/library.html Rhetoric, Media and Values Fernandez, Mireya. “History Lesson.” The Source 10 Mar. 2011: 4. The Source. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. Killough, Alvin, Charles Swan, and E. L. Edwards. “The Need for Logical Application-Base Extension in Sickle Cell.” Journal of National Medical Association 98.3 (2000): 420-428. Print. Marcus, Joan. “Celebrities.” Ebony Bay 11 Mar. 2006: 17. Hollywood Celebrities. Web. 28 May 2006. Sentinel News Service, Sentinel News Service. “Celebrities Birthdays.” LA Sentinel 7 Mar. 2012: 2. LA Sentinel. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. Swan, Dr. Charles W. . “Curriculum Vitae.” Curriculum Vitae. Version 17. Charles W. Swan, 28 May 2000. Web. 28 May 2012. . Swan, Dr. Charles W.. “Dr. Charles W. Swan Library and Museum: Black Baltimore The Historical Global Legacies in Maryland .” Angelfire: Welcome to Angelfire. Alvin Killough, 20 Mar. 1999. Web. 28 May 2012. . Trapped inside the Beltway. Dir. Charles Swan. Perf. Maria. Sundance Film Festival, 1999. VHS. Domestic and International Issues Position Papers http://curriculumvitae101.blogspot.com Primary Sources Ronald Reagan letter to Charles W. Swan George Bush letter to Charles W. Swan Bill Clinton letter to Charles W. Swan Barrack Obama letter to Charles W. Swan About the Author Charles W. Swan The Right Honorable Chevalier Sir Dr. Charles W. Swan, KHS The Religious and Military Order Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem was baptised and raised n Pennsylvania AME Zion Church in Baltimore and Idlewild Baptise Church in Tampa. Florida. He was raised and educated in Baltimore, MD. He excelled in all of his life pursuits, skipping most of his grades in public schools pursuing music, foreign languages, science and medicine. He attended Baltimore City College, Morgan State University-Vice President, Ohio Christian College (Doctorate), University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston Texas. (Post Doctorate) He has been honored as a Under-Secretary of the United Nation, Presidential Policy Advisor, Deputy States Program Commissioner, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, an Executive Director of Neighborhood Services and a Private Practice, Swan and Associates, PA. At Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, as a Clinical Intern, he was awarded the Silver Key Award from the National Association for Mental Health, Jessups, Maryland. Dr. Charles W. Swan has been honored with the Medal of Freedom and the Legion of Merit Award. The Eternal Flame of Freedom is burning two blocks from our nation’s Capitol listing Dr. Charles W. Swan therein, he has been granted a United States Senate Senatorial Commission, is a member of Marquis’s Who’s Who in America, Science, Medicine, and the World. He was also nominated Time Magazine Person of the Century. He has gained world class recognition for his life’s work and persuits with inductions into memberships in the world renowned professional societies, i.e., The National Association for World Health, The National Library of Medicine, The New York Academy of Science, The Center for Disease Control, The Human Gene Sequencing Management Center, The National Atlantic Treaty Organization Scientific and Environmental Programmes (NATO), The American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society Forum on Physic and Society and The Historical Society of the United States Supreme Court, etc. Charles is listed in the Black Families.com as a Historical Black Figure along with renowned Dr. Mae C Jemison, Thurgood Marshall, Madame Walker, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King. Charles has received many appreciation letters from Congress, Governors, Mayors and certificates from foreign dignitaries and Ambassadors including the Presidents of the United States. Queen Elizabeth invited him to England as her special guest for the opening of the new Royal Air Museum.Ladies and Gentlemen, Sir Charles was Knighted in the year of our Lord, June, 2000. Sir Charles Royal lineage is from King Peter of Yugloslavia.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation are pleased to invite you to the first in a series of public events on Neuroscience & Society The Aging Brain What’s New in Brain Research, Treatment & Policy? As scientists continue to make advances in neuroscience, they are learning more about how the aging brain functions in health and disease. Speakers at this event will discuss what we know at the basic research level; what we still need to determine; how we can apply scientific findings to the clinical setting; and how we must develop humane and effective policies nationwide as our population ages. The progress of this research will touch all of us as we age, become caretakers for family members and friends, and remain engaged citizens in helping to determine local and national policy. Welcome Alan I. Leshner, Chief Executive Officer, AAAS and Executive Publisher, Science Presenters Marilyn S. Albert, Director, Johns Hopkins Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Richard J. Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health Reisa A. Sperling, Director, Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment, Harvard Medical School June 13, 2012 5:00 p.m. Reception to follow AAAS Auditorium 1200 New York Ave, NW Washington, DC 20005 RSVP Please join us in celebrating the return of Dana Foundation events in Washington! For more information about the Neuroscience and Society series visit our website
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Monday, January 19, 2009
Knighthood
The Religious and Military Order Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem

Charles W. Swan was accolade into Knighthood in the Year of our Lord June 2000. Knights must have good moral character and spiritual insight; are productive members of their community; have an enduring interest in and practice of traditional chivalric virtues; have achieved success in their respective careers. The Order acknowledges the following ascending scale of established artistocratic precedence: countryman, page/damosel, squire/damsel, Knight, Baron, Viscount, Count, Marquis, Duke, Royal Duke, Prince, Sovereign Prince, King, and Emperor. Conferment of Knighthood in and admission to The Religious and Military Order of Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, in and of itself, is a mark of distinction that raises one to the rank, dignity, and estate of Knighthood. The Religious and Military Order of Knights of The Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem The great devotion of Christians to the Holy Sepulchre has resulted in the founding of various Sepulchre Orders honoring the military valor of the Knights of old who defended Jerusalem and the Holy Sepulchre against their adversaries. Veneration of the Sacred Tomb of Christ dates back to ancient Christians who regarded the Sepulchre as the holiest of all holy places because the greatest of all great miracles occurred there-the conquering of death by Our Lord Jesus Christ. According to Tradition, St. James the Lesser, an Apostle and the first Bishop of Jerusalem established the first guards for the Holy Sepulchre. Historians commonly hold that Emperor Constantine the Great founded the first Sepulchre brotherhood after his mother, Helena, discovered the Holy Cross in her archaeological diggings in Jerusalem in 325 A.D. In celebration, the Emperor Constantine built a great Church on the site where Christ had been buried. The Church survives to this day. Some prominent Knights includes Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope, Norman Schwarzkopf, Colin Powell, George Bush, Ronald Reagan, Muhammed Ali, Caspar Weinberger, John Paul Getty, Andre Previn, Count Lloyd Douglas, Alfred Welsh, Tom Foley, Peter Falk Charleston Heston, Admiral Leighton W. Smith, Mrs. Montalban and Richard Montalban, Roy and Mrs. Roy Disney. The Swan Film Institute presented by Swan and Associates
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Charles W. Swan

Psycho neuro immunology
Behavior influences on the immune systems
Neural and endocrine influences
Immune influences on the neuro endocrine system and behavior
Ontogeny and phytogeny of neural immune interactions
Neuropsychology

Morgan State University Psychology (Vice President of Class)
Ohio Christian College. BS Psychology
Johns Hopkins University Medical College Entrance Examine
Ohio Christian College, M.S. Abnormal Psychology
Internship
Perkins State Hospital (Criminally Insane)
Jessup, MD
Ohio Christian College, Ph.D Clinical Psychology
Boston State University Post Graduate Psychotherapy
University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston, Medical School Post Doctorate (Medicine)

Psychoneuroimmunology
The mind can help mobilize the body’s healing process. Emotions can play a role in combatting disease. Positive attitudes are biochemical realities not merely moods. Fear
panic, frustration, depression, and hate can have negative effects on humans health. Laughter, love, will to live, purpose, faith, and festivity can help combat disease.
Robert Ader,
of Rochester University, coined the term psychoneuroimmunology-immunology in the early eighties described the interactions between the brain, the endocrine system, and the immune system. The body in effect can manufacturer its own poisons when under siege by negative emotions, especially protracted frustration. Different cells in the immune system do different things. Sentry cell roam throughout the body, locating and identifying intruders or abnormal situations, and then summoning the body’s own defenders-cells that can pry open malignant cells and inject the body’s own poisons, cells that can destroy infection agents, cells that can even arrest viruses and summon reinforcements. The immune system can be affected by biochemical changes in the body by an invasion of microorganisms, by toxicity, by hormonal forces, by emotions, by behavior, by diet or by all.
The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavior Medicine PO Box 523 6D Ledgebrook Drive Mansfield CT, 1994
The 6th International Practitioners Conference on the Clinical Application of Psychoneuroimmunology and the Mind/Body Connection. The Psychology of Health, Immunity and Disease Hilton Head Island, SC December 5-11,1993
Head First,
the Biology of Hope, Norman Cousins, Anatomy of an Illness Possess the big Questions. Here are the Answer, 1989 The mind can help mobilize the body’s healing resources. Elliott S. Dasher MD, Reston Virginia,
PN1: The New Mind/Body Healing Program Enzymes and Behavior, Alter metabolic processing of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine has been associated with aggression in animals and humans. Brunner et al. (p. 587) AAAS 10/22/93 previously identified a large kindred in which several males were affected by borderline mental aggressiveness, and abnormal behavior. An associated genetic defect was assigned to the pll-p!2 region of the X chromosome in the vicinity of the monoamine oxidase genes. The authors show that m
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