75 Years of Freedom
Library of Congress, 1940
LC 1.2: F87
This Library of Congress document celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which ended slavery. This book accompanied a Library of Congress exhibit and concert series which featured African-American achievements on the eve of World War II.
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