Sadie Peterson Delaney - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Nelson, M. (1996). Seven Library Women Whose Humane Presence Enlightened Society in the Harlem Renaissance Iconoclastic Ethos. Dissertation Abstracts International, 57(06), 2705.
  • Obituary. (1958). Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 46(3), 495.
  • Phinazee, A. L. (Ed.). (1980). The Black Librarian in the Southeast: Reminiscences, Activities, Challenges. Durham, NC: NCCU School of Library Science.

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