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ENC 3502 - Researching Writing and Literacy (Galbreath)

Course Guide for ENC 3502 - Research Writing and Literacy

About African American Legacy

This digital collection contains a selection of materials from the thousands of items relating to African American history in the African American Legacy - The Carol Mundy Collection, 1720-2010 housed at the John C. Hitt Library. The physical collection includes books, manuscripts, sheet music, pamphlets, journals, newspapers, broadsides, posters, photographs and rare ephemera which all speak to the black experience. While the collection is comprehensive both nationally and internationally, the collection does contain materials that relates to local African American history.

The collection, which includes documents and a large collection of early African American photography, is located in Special Collections. For more detailed information, please consult the finding aid.

Additional resources:

  • Catalog: Books from the Mundy collection can be found in the Online Catalog by searching the series "Carol Mundy library" or by clicking here.
  • Digital Collection: Portions of the Mundy collection have been digitized and can be viewed on UCF's Digital Collections website. This portion of the collection includes visual ephemera such as post cards, product packages, and illustrations from magazines and newspapers.
  • STARS: Some materials can also be viewed on STARS, UCF's digital repository, by search "Carol Mundy" or "African American Legacy"

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