Black History Month Exhibit at the University of Southern California
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|Title:||Black History Month Exhibit (University of Southern California. Libraries)|
Negro History Week, established in 1926 as the second week of February, was expanded to Black History Month in 1976. USC's Information Services has hosted an exhibit to celebrate Black History Month since 1996. The February 1999 exhibit is documented in this small collection. Entitled "African American Angelenos in the greater community: the historic networks of the Vernon-Central / University Park Neighborhood, 1920s-1990s", the exhibit was from 2-26 February, 1999, in the Treasure Room, Doheny Memorial Library and included photographs, postcards, documents, and objects loaned by members of the local community and from faculty and staff of the University of Southern California, as well as owned by USC.
|Subjects:||Los Angeles (Calif.) | Los Angeles County (Calif.)|
|Institution:||University of Southern California Libraries|
|Contributors:||Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research | University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Online Publisher:||[Los Angeles, Calif.] : University of Southern California Libraries|
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Cite as: Creator. Title. Date. From the Black History Month Exhibit, February 1999. Digitally reproduced by the University of Southern California Digital Archive. Available: URL. Access date.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/search/controller/collection/exbt-m30.html|