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  • Subject is exactly "Afro-American Community"
https://fishbox.santacruzpl.org/media/pdf/local_history_articles/AR-182.pdf

Date: 1991
Source: It Is Not My Intention to be Captured. Phil Reader, 1991.
Type: ARTICLE

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-158.pdf

Date: 1996-
Type: ARTICLE

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/misc/pr10.jpg
A portrait of Mary Logan, who, with her husband, Albert, ran a boarding house on South Branciforte. She continued to operate the boarding house after her husband died in 1922.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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Ida B. Wells, one of the founders of the NAACP. When her family moved to Santa Cruz, about 1892-1894, she was already famous as a writer and lecturer on the subject of lynching. She died in 1931.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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A portrait of Dan Rodgers. In 1861, he and his sons-in-law Robert Johnson and John Derrick began a 20 year struggle to break the color line in Watsonville Schools.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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This photo of the Salz Tannery lunchroom was taken sometime during the mid-1950's. According to Jeremy Lezin, Salz was one of the very few companies in the 50's and early 60's that hired African Americans. As a point of interest, Helen Salz, Ansley's…

Date: 1955
Type: PHOTO

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