The “Carol E. Mundy African American Cultural and Diasporic Research Center” is housed in the University of Central Florida’s African American Studies Program. This center has been established to:
The Carol Mundy Collection has been acquired by the University of Central Florida Libraries. It is being curated and housed in Special Collections & University Archives. The collection was assembled over a period of seventeen years of intensive research by Ms. Carol Mundy, an avid collector. The collection consists of books and pamphlets, magazines and periodicals, photographs, and images, illustrations, and documents and papers from 1720 to the present.
The Carol Mundy Collection is associated with Tavis Smiley's national traveling exhibition America I AM: The African American Imprint. Carol Mundy is one of the major lenders to the traveling exhibit which includes a piece of Orange County history from her collection: a 1918 poll tax receipt for William Gladden, Sr. [Read More]
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