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Does the Learning Resources Division have a digital repository?

Last Updated: Jun 02, 2017  |  2 Views
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Yes! The Learning Resources Division has materials found in several digital repositories. Our largest contains materials from the Felix E. Grant Jazz Archives, including photographs, correspondence, and audio interviews. We also have digitized ten years of the journal Black Film Review. Historical material related to the university and its predecessor institutions may be found at the HBCU Library Alliance site.

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