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Carter G. Woodson Memorial Park
SourcesLuther P. Jackson Papers at Virginia State University in Petersburg, VA.Jackson was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and was chair of the history department at VSU. He was one of the most knowledgeable people about black voting and early officeholders in Virginia. He was also Woodson’s top fundraiser in Virginia and the man who helped him promote black history. The last letter Woodson wrote and mailed is among these documents. Like Woodson, Jackson wrote newspaper columnns. His typewritten articles for The Norfolk Journal and Guide are included. Carter G. Woodson Memorial Committee-Office of the Mayor. P.O. Box 1659, Huntington, WV, 25717 Romero, Patricia Watkins, Carter G. Woodson: A Biography (Ann Arbor University Microfilms International 1986) Doctoral Dissertation (1971). Marshall University Special Collections, Morrow Library.
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