See related posts: The Free Colored Carnegie Branch of the Lawson McGhee Library (Knoxville, Tennessee) ; The Colored School Department of the Cossitt Library (Memphis, Tennessee); and The Howard Branch of the Chattanooga Public Library (Chattanooga, Tennessee).
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