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RI Black Heritage Society promotes access to docs

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society is pushing to make its extensive collection of rare books, manuscripts and pamphlets more accessible to the public. The society has named entrepreneur Linda Cline and rare book dealer Robert Dimmick as co-heads of its library committee. They will lead efforts to catalogue the collection. Cline and Dimmick's work will also include...

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