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This resource guide is intended to help users locate holdings at AAMLO related to Kwanzaa.
It highlights holdings in the following areas:
● Selected Library Material at AAMLO
● Selected Archival Collections at AAMLO
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Selected Library Materials
Selected Archival Collections
African American Museum & Library at Oakland Vertical File Collection. The African American Museum & Library at Oakland Vertical File Collection consists of programs, flyers, correspondence, posters, pamphlets, and ephemera collected by the African American Museum & Library at Oakland.
Box 1:4 Afrocentricity / Celebrate Kwanzaa at the Oakland Public Library flyer, 1988
Box ART1 Buttons / Kwanzaa button, undated
Box 25:11 Education / African American holiday of Kwanzaa brochure, undated
Box 40:6 Kwanzaa / African American Business Exchange presents the 18th annual holiday Kwanzaa and Christmas gift show, 2003
Box 40:6 Kwanzaa / Bay Area Kwanzaa Committee presents the public houses of Kwanzaa, 2003
Box 62:3 Kwanzaa / Gumbs & Thomas Publishers, Inc. Kwanzaa buyers information kit, 1988
Box OM 30:12 Kwanzaa / Kwanzaa poster, Bandele Publications, undated
Box 35:5 Kwanzaa / Letter Dinner & Movie Committee of Association of Africans and African-Americans, 1978
Box 41:9 Oakland Public Library / Bill West, storyteller, presents stories for Kwanzaa celebration flyer, 1991
Box 42:5 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Inc. / Invitation to Bay Area Chapter of the 100 Black Men fourth annual Christmas / Kwanzaa gala 1992
Frances Albrier Paper. The Frances Albrier papers include correspondence, legal and financial records, awards, photographs, records of civic organizations and women’s clubs, and assorted printed material documenting Albrier life and participation in various civic organizations and women’s clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Box 5 Association of Africans and African-Americans pre-Kwanzaa award, 1978
Barbara Lee Papers. The Barbara Lee Papers consist of legislative bills and working files, correspondence, speeches, constituent case files, audiovisual material, subject and administrative files documenting Barbara Lee’s six years as state assemblywoman for California’s 16th District, two years as a state senator for California’s 9th District, and records created by the California Commission on the Status of Black Males (CCSBM).
Box 21 "100 black men: the 5th annual Christmas / Kwanzaa scholarship gala," 1993
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