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The Resource A right to read : segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965, Patterson Toby Graham, (electronic resource)

A right to read : segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965, Patterson Toby Graham, (electronic resource)

Label
A right to read : segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965
Title
A right to read
Title remainder
segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965
Statement of responsibility
Patterson Toby Graham
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
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1969-
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Graham, Patterson Toby
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
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ebrary, Inc
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  • African Americans and libraries
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights movements
Label
A right to read : segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965, Patterson Toby Graham, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-183) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Machine generated contents note: I. Black Libraries and White Attitudes, The Early Years: -- Birmingham and Mobile, I9I8-193I -- Birmingham and the Booker T Washington -- Branch Library -- Mobile and the Davis Avenue Branch Library -- 2. Black Libraries and White Attitudes II: -- The Depression Years -- Black Libraries and Philanthropy during the -- Depression: Walker County -- The Works Progress Administration and -- Black Libraries -- The Tennessee Valley Authority: Black Libraries and -- Regional Development -- Welfare Capitalism and the National Youth -- Administration: The Slossfield Negro Branch Library -- 3. African-American Communities and the Black Public -- Library Movement, 1941-1954 -- The Dulcina DeBerry Branch Library, Huntsville -- The Union Street Branch Library, Montgomery -- Birmingham Negro Advisory Committee -- 4. The Read-In Movement: Desegregating Alabama's -- Public Libraries, 1960-1963 -- Mobile, I96I -- Montgomery, 1962 -- Huntsville, 1962 -- Birmingham, 1963 -- Anniston, I963 -- 5. Librarians and the Civil Rights Movement, x955-I965 -- Juliette Hampton Morgan and the Montgomery -- Bus Boycott -- Emily Wheelock Reed and The Rabbits' Wedding -- Controversy -- Patricia Blalock and the Selma Public Library -- The American Library Association -- The Alabama Library Association -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliographic Essay -- Contemporary Literature on Segregated Libraries, 1913-I953 -- Contemporary Literature on Segregated Libraries, 1954-1972 -- Atlanta University Theses -- American Library Association -- Library History Secondary Works -- Segregated Libraries and Progressivism -- The Civil Rights Movement in Alabama -- Other Historical Works on Race -- Unpublished Sources
Control code
ebr10237177
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 191 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A right to read : segregation and civil rights in Alabama's public libraries, 1900-1965, Patterson Toby Graham, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-183) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Machine generated contents note: I. Black Libraries and White Attitudes, The Early Years: -- Birmingham and Mobile, I9I8-193I -- Birmingham and the Booker T Washington -- Branch Library -- Mobile and the Davis Avenue Branch Library -- 2. Black Libraries and White Attitudes II: -- The Depression Years -- Black Libraries and Philanthropy during the -- Depression: Walker County -- The Works Progress Administration and -- Black Libraries -- The Tennessee Valley Authority: Black Libraries and -- Regional Development -- Welfare Capitalism and the National Youth -- Administration: The Slossfield Negro Branch Library -- 3. African-American Communities and the Black Public -- Library Movement, 1941-1954 -- The Dulcina DeBerry Branch Library, Huntsville -- The Union Street Branch Library, Montgomery -- Birmingham Negro Advisory Committee -- 4. The Read-In Movement: Desegregating Alabama's -- Public Libraries, 1960-1963 -- Mobile, I96I -- Montgomery, 1962 -- Huntsville, 1962 -- Birmingham, 1963 -- Anniston, I963 -- 5. Librarians and the Civil Rights Movement, x955-I965 -- Juliette Hampton Morgan and the Montgomery -- Bus Boycott -- Emily Wheelock Reed and The Rabbits' Wedding -- Controversy -- Patricia Blalock and the Selma Public Library -- The American Library Association -- The Alabama Library Association -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliographic Essay -- Contemporary Literature on Segregated Libraries, 1913-I953 -- Contemporary Literature on Segregated Libraries, 1954-1972 -- Atlanta University Theses -- American Library Association -- Library History Secondary Works -- Segregated Libraries and Progressivism -- The Civil Rights Movement in Alabama -- Other Historical Works on Race -- Unpublished Sources
Control code
ebr10237177
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 191 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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