A very nice new collection was just announced by the Digital Library of Georgia.
From the press release:
“New collection features over 50 years of digitized African American funeral programs from Evans County, Georgia, and are now available freely online.
Selected by statewide cultural heritage stakeholders and funded by the DLG’s competitive digitization grant program, over 3,000 pages of digitized African American funeral programs from Evans County, Georgia, and other Southeastern towns and cities are now freely available in the Digital Library of Georgia and can be seen online here:
The collection of 637 individual programs dates between 1961-2022, with the birth dates of the people represented going back to 1870.
Read the complete press release at https://blog.dlg.galileo.usg.edu/?p=8418