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|description=Broadside advertising a reading given by poet and author Paul Laurence Dunbar at the Lyceum Theater in New York City, ca. 1890-1906. Dunbar was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1872 as the son of former slaves, and went on to become the first African American poet to receive critical acclaim for his work. He died in Dayton on February 9, 1906.
 
|description=Broadside advertising a reading given by poet and author Paul Laurence Dunbar at the Lyceum Theater in New York City, ca. 1890-1906. Dunbar was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1872 as the son of former slaves, and went on to become the first African American poet to receive critical acclaim for his work. He died in Dayton on February 9, 1906.
 
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|source=The Ohio Historical Society MSS 114, AL05264 from the Paul Laurence Dunbar Papers Collection.
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Broadside advertising a reading given by poet and author Paul Laurence Dunbar at the Lyceum Theater in New York City, ca. 1890-1906. Dunbar was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1872 as the son of former slaves, and went on to become the first African American poet to receive critical acclaim for his work. He died in Dayton on February 9, 1906.

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The Ohio History Connection MSS 114, AL05264 from the Paul Laurence Dunbar Papers Collection.

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