Enjoy regularly changing exhibits and special programs sharing African American history, art and culture at this museum in Wilberforce, Ohio. The museum has one of the nationâ€™s largest collections of Afro-American materials, including over over 9,000 artifacts and artwork, 350 manuscript collections, and thousands of photographs. Items include a dress uniform owned by General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., Alex Haleyâ€™s typewriter and his final draft of Roots, the NAACP Spingarn Medal awarded to Carter G. Woodson, a buffalo hide coat worn by a Buffalo Soldier, and Gregory Hinesâ€™ tap shoes.
1350 Brush Row Rd Wilberforce, OH 45384 800-752-2603 (phone)
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