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Black History Month: Art, Songs and Words Exhibit

Explore African American art, songs and words featured on the library's main floor in honor of Black History Month. The public is welcome to enjoy an exhibit of rare manuscripts, photographs, music and books, now preserved in Special Collections. 

Art is represented through works by T.J. Reddy, William Arthur Cooper and George Leary Love.

Songs focus on negro spirituals, used not only as inspiration, but also for communication.

Words are represented through a variety of works by African American writers and poets.

People are always welcome to visit Special Collections, located on the 10th floor; Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Special thanks to Denelle Eads, Special Collections, for planning and producing the exhibit!
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