Handbook of Black Librarianship
E. J. Josey, Marva L. DeLoach
Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 816 pages
E. J. Josey and Marva DeLoach have compiled a treasure trove of information about black librarianship. This volume includes history, statistics, and documentation of contemporary issues related both to African American participation in librarianship and to the organizations that they built to provide information resources for their people. Of interest to all librarians, bibliophiles, bibliographers, and students of American culture, this handbook fills a niche in American cultural history.
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