The collections of the Black Heritage Society of Washington State, Inc. are a managed public resource. The archives are representative of Northwest Black history and culture that include genealogical and family papers, legacy collections, business and organization records, and memorabilia such as photographs, postcards, sheet music and trade cards.
In addition, the Jacqueline E.A. Lawson Resource Center holds a wealth of published ephemera, including books, pamphlets, serials, and newspapers.
For more information about the collections and to plan a visit, contact the Resource Center office.
Office: (206) 324-1126 ext. 190 Black Heritage Society/Jacqueline E. A. Lawson Resource Center
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