Virginia Lacy Jones in Office, circa 1965
Academic librarians; African American librarians; African American woman librarians; African Americans--Education; African American universities and colleges; African American women; Jones, Virginia Lacy, 1912-1984
Virginia Lacy Jones works in her office. Written on Verso: Virginia L. Jones at work [ALISLIS?].
Jones, Virginia Lacy, 1912-2003
Virginia Lacy Jones Papers
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
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Today’s @usnatarchives #19ForThe19th challenge is Women at Work. Here you can see former dean of Atlanta University’s (now @cau1988) library school and the first director of the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, Virginia Lacy Jones, hard at work in her office, circa 1965. @auc_woodruff’s Exhibitions Hall is named in Jones’s honor. To see more of Virginia Lacy Jones’s collection, make an appointment at our Archives Research Center and to see other pioneering African American librarians, check out the GLAM Center for Collaborative Teaching and Learning’s digital collection, Black Librarianship: http://glam.auctr.edu/collections/show/39