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African-American Women in Rock: Home

This is a guide to various resources at the Library and Archives that may be valuable to teachers who need resources relating to African-American women in rock and roll for use in their classrooms.

Search for Archival Materials

Search through the Rock Hall's archival collections here, including photographs, manuscripts, business records, posters, handbills,
recordings, and much more from performers, bands, record label executives, recording studios, and the fans themselves!

CDs

The Library and Archives can help you learn more about these artists via our audio collection.  Some suggestions, below.

Archival Collections

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Archival collections are described in Finding Aids that provide you with historical and organizational information on a collection, subject headings that tie it to other library and archival materials, and an inventory to help you pinpoint what you need. The detail of inventories vary. Search the full text of finding aids for these collections and more via the catalog.

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