During the 1950s, she returned to Richmond where she established a dance studio and went to work for the A.D. Price Funeral Home, which had been established in 1881 by her grandfather.
She was married in 1956 to Dr. Donald W.O. Hughes, a Baltimore physician. The marriage ended in divorce.
In the mid-1970s, she married Elzie Street Jr., and in addition to owning and operating the Royal Roost Night Club and Restaurant on York Road, and American Bail Bonds, the couple embarked on an additional career as jazz promoters.
Mrs. Price-Street and her husband brought Nancy Wilson, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Sammy Davis Jr., among other notables, to Baltimore for performances, family members said.
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In 1983, Mrs. Price-Street earned a bachelor's degree in mass communication from Towson University, graduating with her youngest daughter, Kimberly Hughes Hanley of San Diego.
Mrs. Price-Street also earned her real estate license and became a certified appraiser. In 1984, she left Baltimore and returned to Richmond, where she took over operation of the family-owned funeral home.
Funeral services for Mrs. Price-Street will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of the Mimms Funeral Home, 1827 Hull St., Richmond.
In addition to Ms. Hanley, Mrs. Price-Street is survived by two other daughters, Dr. Janine Hughes of Columbia and Valerie Hughes Smith of Annapolis; a sister, Mary S. Wilson of Verona, N.J.; and three grandchildren.