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The People's Voice newspaper, circa 1930s-1940s

Greetings,

A grad student at my institution is having trouble finding issues of The People's Voice newspaper, founded by Leonard P. Howell. Are any of you aware of institutional holdings of this newspaper?

Thank you for considering,

 

Jennifer Thompson, MLIS

Unit Head, Ethnic & Gender Studies Library

Librarian for Black Studies and Newspapers

University of California, Santa Barbara

805.893.8051

jthompson@library.ucsb.edu

OBIT: NORMAN GIRVAN

 

Editor's Note:  H-Caribbean encourages those who knew and worked with the late Professor Girvan to send in postings that speak to his contribution over the years. - AD

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