Thursday, June 29, 2017

Slover Library

By Gary Ruegsegger Special to the New Journal and Guide Last Sunday afternoon, Tracy Clark of the Norfolk Public Library’s Sergeant Memorial Room (SMR) presented “Don’t Duck History,” a program on the importance of oral history, at the Slover Library in Norfolk. Troy Valos, an archivist at the SMR, lent a helping hand. Clark has […]

The Slover Library in downtown Norfolk hosted a history program, Sunday, February 7, 2016, honoring individuals and groups that influenced African-American History in the Hampton Roads community.“Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African-American Memory,” is the 2016 Black History Month theme with Norfolk embracing the theme by declaring its theme as “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of Memory in […]