Gerald E. Talbot


Gerald E. Talbot


Lorenzo Raffa


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WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Bangor, Maine native, Gerald Talbot is a passionate advocate of civil and human rights on the local, state, and national level. Among other accomplishments, he was responsible for reviving the NAACP in Portland, Maine in 1964. In 1972, Talbot became the first African American member of the Maine House of Representatives. For more information on Mr. Talbot, please see the Gerald E. Talbot Collection finding aid. To view items from the Gerald E. Talbot Collection, please visit this link.


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