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SEPIA Exhibition: A Legacy in Photography

“Sepia magazine began in Fort Worth, Texas in 1947 as Negro Achievements, a magazine highlighting African American success articles and featuring reader-submitted true confessions stories. In 1951, two years after the death of its black founder, Horace J. Blackwell, Sepia found new leadership in white business mogul, George Levitan. With Levitan’s guidance, …

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Sepia: A Legacy in Photography

Richland College, in cooperation with the African American Museum at Fair Park in Dallas, TX is proud to present the opening of the exhibition Sepia: A Legacy in Photography opening February 1 2016 in the Brazos Gallery at Richland College. The exhibition will feature 50 rare photographs from the Sepia Magazine photographic archive. This …

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