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D. Hiden Ramsey Library, University of North Carolina at Asheville
Special Collections is located on the top floor of Ramsey Library. This department houses many collections that contain primary sources, such as oral histories and photographs, that document the lives of African Americans throughout Asheville's history.
Notable collections include:
Oral Histories in Ramsey Library's Special Collections Department
Special Collections contains oral histories of African Americans regarding their lives in Asheville in many collections, including: Asheville Urban Renewal, Center for Diversity Education, South Asheville Colored Cemetery, Voices of Asheville, and YWCA of Asheville 100 Years Oral History Project.