The Next Community History Dialog
Lessons Learned From the Black Bethlehem Project, February 10, 2021, 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Register HereOpens In A New Window
The Black Bethlehem Project is a first-of-its kind effort that seeks to document the experiences of Bethlehem's Black community. Since 2020 it has collected oral histories, documents, and photographs. Learn how librarian M. Rayah Levy started the project, found resources and support, and built up trust with the community to preserve their history.
M. Rayah Levy, Bethlehem Area Public Library
Pennsylvania State Archives Poster Collections Available Online
The Pennsylvania State Archives, in collaboration with the State Library of Pennsylvania, digitized World War I posters from
Manuscript Group 200 Poster Collection (MG 200) and
Manuscript Group 272 Pennsylvania Military Museum Collections (MG 272). The
World War I poster collection is available online and consists of 462 illustrated posters. The posters helped to fan the fires of patriotism throughout the United States during the Great War, and to arouse the American fighting spirit and the will to sacrifice on the home front. An additional
386 digital images from our general poster collection have also been created which include items from 1854 to the present.