On the second floor of the Blair-Caldwell African American library there is an Archive Collection.
On the second floor of the Blair-Caldwell African American library there is an Archive Collection. In the center of the archive's room there is a triangular, glass case that holds documents and other things about famous African-Americans. The people include; Victoria Buckley, Dianne Reeves, and Cleo Parker Robinson.
Victoria Buckley is a former secretary of state. Dianne Reeves is a famous jazz singer. She sang at the democratic convention. She has donated some of her original tracks to the Archives. Then there is Cleo Parker Robinson who owns a dance studio in an old church down the street from the library. The church is the second oldest church in the area. In her display there is art work from a nationally recognized artist named, Ed Dwight.