Dictionary catalog of the George Foster Peabody collection of negro literature and history. by Collis P. Huntington Library (Hampton Institute)

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StatementIntrod. by Fritz Joseph Malval.
ContributionsPeabody, George Foster, 1852-1938
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL21942128M
ISBN 100837160650
OCLC/WorldCa221046725

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The primary aim of the Peabody Collection is to serve as a major center for the preservation of Negro history and culture with material worldwide in character, regardless of language or subject matter. This printed book catalog ci catalog cards.

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George Foster Peabody (–) and Peabody Park at UNCG - A biographical excerpt written by Louise Ware in the Dictionary of American Biography ( –, )Born: JColumbus, Georgia, United States.

Huntington Library. Dictionary Catalog of the George Foster Peabody Collection of Negro Literature and History. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company, Howe, Mentor A., and Roscoe E. Lewis, comp. Classified Catalog of the Negro Collection in the Collis P. Huntington Library of Hampton Institute.

George Foster Peabody (–) and Peabody Park at UNCG - A biographical excerpt written by Louise Ware in the Dictionary of American Biography ( –, ). The Peabody Collection is one of the oldest African American library collections in the country.

InGeorge Foster Peabody obtained 1, books and pamphlets on the Negro and slavery from bibliophile Tucker A. Malone and lent them to. Fisk University. Dictionary Catalog of the Negro Collection of the Fisk University Library. 6 vols. Boston: Hall, Hampton Institute. Collis P. Huntington Memorial Library.

Dictionary Catalog of the George Foster Peabody Collection of Negro Literature and History. 2 vols. Westport: Greenwood, Howard University Library.

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