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|Title:||African American student at beauty school, ca. 1951|
Mrs. Welika Goodman, a student, trains at the Portland Beauty Academy. Since 1951, when the Oregon legislature enacted a law prohibiting discrimination in vocational and professional schools, non-white students enrolled in all types of vocational schools. An Urban League photo.
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|Subjects:||Goodman, Welika | African American women--Oregon--Portland | Vocational education--Oregon--Portland | Beauty culture--Study and teaching (Higher)--Oregon--Portland | African Americans--Education (Higher)--Oregon--Portland | African American beauty operators--Training of--Oregon--Portland | African American students--Oregon--Portland | Portland Beauty Academy | Portland (Or.) | Multnomah County (Or.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Washington State University's Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections||Contributors:||Oregon Historical Society||Online Publisher:||[Spokane, Wash.] : Washington State University||Original Material:|
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Oregon Historical Society, Photographic Services 1200 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205; PHOTOORDERS@OHS.ORG; phone number 503-306-5250; FAX 503-492-6001.
From the Columbia River Basin Ethnic History project (Washington State University)
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://kaga.wsulibs.wsu.edu/u?/wsuvan1,578|