The Resource Equal opportunities for both : Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960, by Suzanna W. O'Donnell

Equal opportunities for both : Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960, by Suzanna W. O'Donnell

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Equal opportunities for both : Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960
Title
Equal opportunities for both
Title remainder
Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960
Statement of responsibility
by Suzanna W. O'Donnell
Title variation
Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library's record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960
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Subject
Language
eng
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O'Donnell, Suzanna W
Dissertation note
Research paper (M.S.L.S.)--University of North Carolina, 2000.
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  • African Americans and libraries
  • Charleston County Library
  • Julius Rosenwald Fund
  • Libraries
  • Public libraries
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Equal opportunities for both : Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960, by Suzanna W. O'Donnell
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Publication
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Typescript
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Preface -- Background -- The Julius Rosenwald Fund -- South Carolina -- Charleston County -- The creation of Charleston Free Library -- Service to African-Americans -- Early years: the Rosenwald period -- The post-Rosenwald era to 1960 -- Postscript -- Conclusion and recommendations
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
58 leaves
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Photocopy.
Label
Equal opportunities for both : Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library[']s record of service to blacks, 1931 to 1960, by Suzanna W. O'Donnell
Publication
Note
Typescript
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Preface -- Background -- The Julius Rosenwald Fund -- South Carolina -- Charleston County -- The creation of Charleston Free Library -- Service to African-Americans -- Early years: the Rosenwald period -- The post-Rosenwald era to 1960 -- Postscript -- Conclusion and recommendations
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
58 leaves
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Photocopy.

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