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Florence Barber Diary (1902) identification and Transcription, 2011-2012

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Author: Barber, Florence
Other contributors: Wallace, Lauren
Abstract: Transcript and identification of the Florence Barber Diary (Portsmouth, Va.), SC 00834. Florence Barber, an African American woman living in Portsmouth, Virginia at the turn of the 20th century. The identification was written in 2011 by Lauren Wallace, a graduate student in the Department of History. The transcript was created by Grace Hindman, class of 2011, as part of the Lemon Project under professor Jody Allen.
Issued Date: 1902
Subjects: African Americans--Virginia--History--20th century.
African Americans--Virginia--Portsmouth--History.
African American women--Diaries.
African American women--Education.
African American women--History--Sources.
Portsmouth (Va.)--Social life and customs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/17063
Citation: Lemon Project Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Transcriber: Hindman, Grace

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