The article reports on the creation of an African American Funeral Program collection of resources by Dottie Demarest, a librarian and a genealogy and local history specialist at the East Central Georgia Regional Library (ECGRL) inspired by the donation from the funeral programs of African American Eula Mae Ramsey Johnson. The collection provides information on the lives of the deceased. About 1,2000 funeral programs now consist the collection following digitization of the programs through the help of Georgia HomePlace.
Demarest, D. (2009). ECGRL Unveils Valuable Local Resource for African Americans. Georgia Library Quarterly, 46(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol46/iss4/8