Rochester History is a peer-reviewed biannual journal produced by the Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County in partnership with Rochester Institute of Technology’s Department of History. It is published by RIT Press in both print and, in the future, a digital format. The journal is funded in part by the Frances Kenyon Publication Fund, established in memory of Ms. Kenyon’s sister, Florence Taber Kenyon, and her friend Thelma Jeffries.
The journal publishes deeply researched and engaging articles that explore a wide variety of diverse and inclusive historical topics and perspectives pertaining to Rochester, Monroe County, and Western New York. We encourage you to review previous issues: https://roccitylibrary.org/digital-collections/rochester-history/
This listing is for Volume 80, Issue 2. To subscribe to the journal at a reduced rate, please click here.
Publisher: RIT Press (04/2023)
Size: 6 x 9 in.
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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Table of Contents
Patty Uttaro, Director, Rochester Public Library
LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Christine L. Ridarsky & Rebecca Edwards
Martha Taylor Howard and the Campaign to Preserve the Susan B. Anthony House
Jennifer M. Lloyd
Laura Warren Hill Discusses Strike the Hammer
Strike the Hammer: The Black Freedom Struggle in Rochester, New York, 1940–1970 by Laura Warren Hill
Michael Brown, Rochester Institute of Technology
Shanleigh Corrallo, University at Buffalo