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Celebrating Black History month at the Norwalk Public Library

By Norwalk Public Library

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Gil Rodriguez has come up with another fascinating display for Black History Month at the Norwalk Public Library based on The Wizard of Oz remake featuring Diana Ross.

The yellow brick road leads to stunning photos and paintings of Diana Ross as Dorothy with background photos from the original Judy Garland film including various published works of the book.
The items are part of the family collection of the Gil and Kathleen Rodriguez of Darien, CT.

The Norwalk Public Library, 1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk, CT on the corner of Belden Avenue and Mott Avenue. Information - 203.899.2780 x 15109

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