Posters promoting African American cultural events and political issues, particularly in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Collector James de Tarr Abajian (1914-1986), bibliographer and historian of African American history, was the chief librarian
of the California Historical Society from 1949-1968. He was also director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Special Collection
at San Francisco Public Library from 1969-1971.
in 1 box and 3 oversize folders
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