As part of the continuing process of establishing the Eugene B. Redmond Collection, faculty and staff at Lovejoy Library recently launched the EBR African American Cultural Life Digital Collection. The site contains more than 250 total items, including 230 photos and 24 posters from the EBR Collection.
A poet and professor, Redmond has been and remains a major cultural historian, amassing a photograph collection of more than 100,000 images, hundreds of books and magazines, and dozens of conference programs and posters over the last four decades. Redmond's materials serve as one of the largest records of African American literary and cultural activity ever assembled by an individual.
The digital collection provides a glimpse of the holdings in the EBR Collection. This week, as part of our education and ideas festival, we're providing a series of blog entries about the collection highlighting some of our experiences looking through the materials online.
The EBR Digital Collection
Utilizing the EBR Digital Collection By H. Rambsy II
Redmond, Dunham & the EBR Digital Collection By Cindy Lyles
Metro East & the EBR Digital Collection By Clarissa Richee
Ntozake Shange & the EBR Digital Collection By Danielle Hall
Background on Eugene B. Redmond's Extensive Photographic Work By H. Rambsy II
Communal Inspirations & the EBR Digital Collection By Clarissa Richee
Katherine Dunham, Redmond & the EBR Digital Collection By Danielle Hall
Poster for A 1974 Poetry Festival By H. Rambsy II
Divas of the 20th Century Awards Ceremony By Danielle Hall
Eugene B. Redmond: A Human Vertex By Cindy Lyles
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