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Program from the First "Afternoons with Authors."

Gregg Wilhelm welcomes audience to Pratt Library's Pennsylvania Avenue branch.

Michael Anderson, Struggles of My Life

Cover to Jerome Benton's book, The Pawn That Wanted to Move Backwards.

Harold Fisher, Two Weeks Until the Rest of My Life

Ombonia Waits, Damned Ble$$ing

omblivnju1027, TGbTG: To God be the Glory

Cliften "Hines" Early, Had I Listened

Louis Diggs, Forgotten Road Warriors

Dr. Walter A. Gill shows some of his life's milestones, including being the first African American to graduate from City College High School.

Some of the crowd of 60 people who attended the first "Afternoons with Authors."

Michael Anderson signs his book for readers.

Jimmy Boyd, who writes as Ombonia Waits, talks with a reader.
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