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Harlem on My Mind: Our Faces, Our Places

Celebrating The Harlem Renaissance People and Places, 1918 - 1937

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Harlem on My Mind: Our Faces, Our Places

       Celebrating The Harlem Renaissance

           People and Places, 1918 – 1937

THOMPSON LIBRARY DISPLAY

THOMPSON NEAR ROOMS 160 AND 165

FALL 2018

CASE ONE THE NEW NEGRO TRAILBLAZERS

Reverend Thomas Fountain Blue

  The Western Colored Branch Library

  Hampton University

Arthur Alfonso Schomburg

  135th Street Branch Library

CASE TWO THE NEW NEGRO MECCA

Regina M. Anderson

    135th Street Branch

    Dream Haven Salon

Nella Larsen

   135th Street Branch

Alexander Gumby 

   Book Studio Salon

CASE THREE THE NEW NEGRO SCHOLAR

Dr. Jesse E. Moorland

  Howard University

Dorothy Porter Wesley

  Howard University

Vivien G. Harsh

  George Cleveland Hall Branch

CASE FOUR THE NEW NEGRO SOUTH

Arna Bontemps

  Fisk University 

Mollie Huston Lee

  Richard B. Harrison Library

 

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