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TitleBCC presents Brown Sugar, eighty years of America's Black female superstars, a lecture and slide presentation by Donald Bogle
CreatorPurdue University. Black Cultural Center
Collection NameBlack Cultural Center Digital & Historical Archival Project
Accession NumberBCC-002-0100-D81
Date of Accession10/14/1981; 10/9/1981
Accessioned byChantalle Brown, Student Receptionist/Archivist
Units/BoxesBinder 002 of 100 Articles
Dates of Accumulation11/16/1970-12/7/1979
Brief DescriptionFlyer about Donald Bogle's lecture (front); Ahmad Jamal and his Trio perform (back)
Scope and ContentDonald Bogle give lecture, "Brown Sugar: Eighty Years of America's Black Female Superstars" (front); Homecoming concert featuring Ahmad Jamal and his Trio, sponsored by the Black Cultural Center (back)
ClassificationFlyers/ Donald Bogle gives lecture sponsored by Black Cultural Center (front); Flyers/ Ahmad Jamal and his Trio perform for Homecoming (back)
Subjects (LCSH)Bogle, Donald
African American authors
Authors, American
PeopleDonald Bogle author of "Toms, Coons, Mulatoes, and Bucks"; Ahmad Jamal Motown Recording artist
Search Terms (Keyword)Afro Americans; Blacks in higher education; Blacks in Indiana (Tippecanoe); Culture; Social Change; Performing Arts Afro Americans; Blacks in higher education; Blacks in Indiana (Tippecanoe); Culture; Social Change; Performing Arts Afro Americans; Blacks in higher education; Blacks in Indiana (Tippecanoe); Culture; Social Change; Performing Arts
Genre (AAT)fliers (printed matter)
NotesPhoto of Donald Bogle; placed randomly in back of binder;Photo of Ahmad Jamal; placed randomly in back of binder
RepositoryPurdue University Black Cultural Center
Typetext
FormatJP2
Languageeng
Digital SpecificationsOriginal scanned at 300 ppi on an Epson Expression 10000XL scanner using Silverfast 6.6.Or6 software, with 24 bit color depth. Display items generated in CONTENTdm as JP2000s; file format for archival copy is uncompressed TIF format.
Date Digitized2010-11-03
Object IDark:/34231/c6g73chn