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The Charlotta Bass Papers
The Charlotta Bass Papers from the Southern California Library are the latest addition to the Black Women's Suffrage Digital Collection. The collection contains speeches, newspaper clippings, election documents, and other artifacts from Bass's political career as well as her historic run for the vice presidency in 1952.
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- March 5, 2021
Early last year, DPLA embarked on a new project, supported by Sloan Foundation, to make images from DPLA’s aggregation of more than 40 million cultural heritage artifacts accessible to vast…
- February 25, 2021
This is the fourth and final post in a series from DPLA’s Audrey Altman about the curatorial and technological challenges involved in the development of the Black Women’s Suffrage Digital…
- February 18, 2021
This is the third in a series of posts from DPLA’s Audrey Altman about the curatorial and technological challenges involved in the development of the Black Women’s Suffrage Digital Collection.…