Edith Sampson, the American NegroEmancipation Centennial Commissionand the “Meaning and Significance of      the Historic ...
Mary McLeod Bethune   Image courtesy of National Park Service.
Edith SampsonImage courtesy of Library of Congress.
Eleanor Roosevelt   Image courtesy of US Embassy.
Edith Sampson & Eleanor Roosevelt          Image courtesy of National Archives.
Pauli MurrayImage courtesy of Library of Congress.
India EdwardsCourtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
George V. DennyCourtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Gallery
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Edith Sampson, the American Negro Emancipation Centennial Commission, and "the Meaning of the Historic Emancipation Proclamation"

  1. 1. Edith Sampson, the American NegroEmancipation Centennial Commissionand the “Meaning and Significance of the Historic Emancipation Proclamation” Images to Accompany the Lecture
  2. 2. Mary McLeod Bethune Image courtesy of National Park Service.
  3. 3. Edith SampsonImage courtesy of Library of Congress.
  4. 4. Eleanor Roosevelt Image courtesy of US Embassy.
  5. 5. Edith Sampson & Eleanor Roosevelt Image courtesy of National Archives.
  6. 6. Pauli MurrayImage courtesy of Library of Congress.
  7. 7. India EdwardsCourtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
  8. 8. George V. DennyCourtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Gallery

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