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Voices from Black Louisville, 1900-1940

Voices from Black Louisville, 1900-1940
Half a day

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Kentucky Historical Society

In this collection of oral histories, African American residents of Louisville discuss their history from 1900 to 1940, especially their participation in education, politics, business, and community development.

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