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Ida B. Wells
Ida B. Wells, one of the founders of the NAACP. When her family moved to Santa Cruz, about 1892-1894, she was already famous as a writer and lecturer on the subject of lynching. She died in 1931.
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Publication Information
Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Contributing Institution
Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Collection
Photo Collection
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This photograph is courtesy of Phil Reader.
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Ida B. Wells, one of the founders of the NAACP. When her family moved to Santa Cruz, about 1892-1894, she was already famous as a writer and lecturer on the subject of lynching. She died in 1931.
Source of information: Article on this Website, see link below.
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image
Format
Image
Identifier
LH-pr09
Language
English
Subject
Wells, Ida
African-American Community
Race Relations
Black People

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