Linda Duyer African-American History Collection

3 boxes, 1 overize box (4.25 linear feet)

(1879 – 1999)

Edward H. Nabb Center for Delmarva History and Culture, Salisbury, University, Salisbury, Maryland

Identifier 2012.021
Creator(s) Duyer, Linda

Donated by Linda Duyer, November 2009 to January 2011.

Language(s) English
Use Records are open for research. Copyright, including literary rights, belongs to the author(s) or their legal heirs. Permission to publish or reproduce must be obtained from the Nabb Research Center which extends beyond "fair use."
Preferred Citation "Item, collection title and identifier, box # and folder # (if applicable), Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland."
Attribution Finding aid written by Samuel Stevens, August 2019
Related Materials

Mary Klein collection (1991 – 1994)

Paul Butler collection (1694 – 1928)

Eastern Shore Cultural Ephemera (1769 – 1991)

Separated Materials

Oversize Unit 14

Books include: 

The history of the Donelson family on Delmarva / By Linda Duyer ; foreword by AJ Donelson and Dr. G. Ray Thompson. (2019)

By foot or by wheel : exploring the history of downtown Salisbury, Maryland (2017)

Mob law on Delmarva : cases of lynchings, near-lynchings, legal executions, and race riots of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia 1870-1950 (2014)

’Round the pond : Georgetown of Salisbury, Maryland : a history of the Georgetown and Cuba neighborhood communities collectively known as Georgetown (2007)

One kind favor ; see that my grave’s kept clean (1997)