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Initial research into famous Black Kansans including: C.H.J. Taylor, Albert Comstock Hamlin, William Bolden Townsend, and Green Jacob Currin. This collection of letters is from the research files of the Cultural Resources Division of the Kansas State Historical Society.

Date: 1975

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Item Number: 529307
Call Number: Kansas Historical Society, Cultural Resources Division, Historic Black Sites in Kansas-Research Files, Box 1, Folder 8 - Unpublished
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 529307

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