The Ivey Family London Room, Central Library, London Public Library, 251 Dundas Street
The Ivey Family London Room has a large number of issues of The Dawn of Tomorrow from July 14, 1923 to the present as well as London Free Press newspaper clipping files on the Black community and the Beth Emmanuel Church, both of which are found in London, Ontario, Canada.
Backstory and Context
There are also materials on the Wilberforce Settlement (Lucan), the Black community in Otterville (Oxford County) as well as extensive resources for genealogical research.
The Ivey Family London Room also has connecting to other different information outlets. Other resources for this research can be found through various websites and articles, courtesy of Huron University College, Chatham-Kent Historical Society, and the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum.
Black Abolitionist Papers, 1830-1865 by Peter Ripley and George E. Carter
Promised Land Project at Huron University College http://www.huronuc.on.ca/research/promised_land_project
Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society http://www.ckblackhistoricalsociety.org
Buxton National Historic Site and Museum http://www.buxtonmuseum.com