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Published: 2/25/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago


Black Women in History: 47th Annual Debutante Cotillion

The 47th Annual Dubutante Cotillion at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio on Saturday, Feb. 25.

Wilma Brown talked about the Debutante Cotillion during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture, at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wilma Brown talked about the Debutante Cotillion during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and ...
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Toledoan Jasmyne Williams, 15, left, was pulled up to the front by storyteller Robin Echols Cooper during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture, at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Jasmyne Williams, 15, left, was pulled up to the front by storyteller Robin Echols Cooper during the program Heart ...
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Wilma Brown talks about the Cotillion during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture, at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wilma Brown talks about the Cotillion during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture,...
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Norris Finley, left, and Jasmyne Williams, right, were pulled up to the front by storyteller Robin Echols Cooper during the program Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture, at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Norris Finley, left, and Jasmyne Williams, right, were pulled up to the front by storyteller Robin Echols Cooper during the ...
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From left: Johnnye Warnsley, Dr. Frances Collins and her daughter Alexii Collins attend the Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture program at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. The Collins' are members of the Cotillion. Enlarge | Buy This Photo From left: Johnnye Warnsley, Dr. Frances Collins and her daughter Alexii Collins attend the Heart of a People: Black Women ...
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CTY blackwomen26p   02/25/2012  Blade Photo/Lori King   Cotillion dresses displayed at part of the Heart of a People: Black Women in American History and Culture program at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in Toledo, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo CTY blackwomen26p 02/25/2012 Blade Photo/Lori King Cotillion dresses displayed at part of the Heart of a People: Black Women in ...
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