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The Hayti Heritage Center
Special thanks to historian Andre' D. Vann for his generosity in sharing his knowledge and insight, and to the staffs of the Southern Folklife Collection and of Photographic Services, both of Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for their efficient and courteous assistance.
And thanks also to Paul Jones and his staff, particularly Todd Stabley, at the UNC-Chapel Hill Metalab.