Black History Marvin Garvin
World No. 1 Serena Williams, USA, during the trophy presentation of her sixth Australian Open title.
Chapter 1: Revolving Files. The Revolving Files are our largest collection of core research materials. There are four revolving units, subdivided into carriers.
Black Culinary History is a space dedicated to the thoughtful preservation of black heritage in the culinary arts throughout the African diaspora.
Edwin Henderson-The man of physical education in Black high colleges and the Black YMCA basketball league. Dr. Henderson lived, played, coached and administrated the game in Washington D.C. in the 1910’s.
Although Juanita Garvin enjoys serving in the local church her heart belongs to the mission’s field were she has served for more than 20 years.
Mike Shannon’s DALLAS-FORT WORTH TV STATION HISTORY 1948-2005. Truett Kimzey displays the first television broadcasting setup in North Texas, 1934. A BRIEF HISTORY
The world’s largest Machine Tool Reference Archive – a growing collection of articles about Manufacturers and Brands associated with lathes, millers, shapers, planers, grinders and other ordinary machine tools.
History of Soul, a comprehensive series of double CDs chronicling the evolution of soul from its beginnings in the churches of the southern states through the dance halls of the chittlin’ circuit to the sophisticated supper clubs of the urban centres.
The Texarkana Gazette is the premier source for local news and sports in Texarkana and the surrounding Arklatex areas.