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|Creator:||Harris, Teenie, 1908-1998|
|Title:||Two women sitting at desk with stacks of paper and photographs in office, with the letters NEED taped on curtains in background, with box of papers on right|
NEED stands for Negro Education Emergency Drive which was Founded by Marion Jordan and Florence Reizenstein in 1963 for western Pennsylvania African American students who needed emergency funds to attend a college or university.
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|Subjects:||Women--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Offices--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | African Americans--Civil rights--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Civil rights workers--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | African American civil rights workers--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Civil rights movements--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Negro Education Emergency Drive (Pittsburgh, Pa.) | African Americans--Education (Higher)--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh (Pa.) | Allegheny County (Pa.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Carnegie Museum of Art||Contributors:||Teenie Harris Archives (Carnegie Museum of Art) | Carnegie Museum of Art||Online Publisher:||[Pittsburgh, Penn.] : Carnegie Museum of Art | 2006||Original Material:|
black and white: Kodak Safety Film
Accession number: 2001.35.14630
Identifier: Carnegie Museum of Art 2001.35.14630
Multimedia identifier: 24527.jpg
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