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Northwestern University African American Publications Collection
Founded in 1851 in Evanston, Illinois, Northwestern University is a private research university. Through pioneering research and a collaborative work environment, Northwestern offers its diverse student body an array of academic and cultural opportunities. The Northwestern University African American Publications collection documents the history of African Americans at the university as detailed in the school's own publications. It includes pamphlets,
Shorefront Legacy Center Publications Collection
Shorefront Legacy Center began as a response to a lack of documentation concerning the African-American experience in and around Evanston, Illinois's North Shore. Shorefront seeks to promote, preserve, educate, and offer and outlet for research of local African-American history. As part of this mission, the Center has produced, and continues to produce, several publications related to its efforts. The collection
Social and Civic Clubs and Organizations Collection
The Social and Civic Clubs and Organizations collection is comprised of files, compiled by Shorefront Legacy Center, documenting the history, events, and members of Illinois' North Shore, African-American clubs and organizations.