Cheryl D. Miller personal archive, undated
- Physical description
- 63 linear feet (50 cartons) .2 gigabytes
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- Miller, Cheryl D., creator.
- ["Materials include personal correspondence, design files and proofs, photographs, first edition prints and taped interviews with clients and design professionals. Much of the content is related to Miller’s research and advocacy work related to racial, cultural and gender equity, diversity and inclusion."]
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- [identification of item], Cheryl D. Miller personal archive (M2358). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California.
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- Gift of Cheryl D. Miller, 2018. Accession MSS 2018-255.
- Cheryl D. Miller is a graphic designer and racial, cultural, and gender equity advocate. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design, graduated from Maryland College of Art, and earned her graduate degree in Communications Design from the Pratt Institute School of Art and Design. She founded her own company, Cheryl Miller Design, Inc., and has worked for non-profit organizations such as the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, NAACP, Legal Defense Fund, the United Negro College Fund, the Studio Museum in Harlem, and the YWCA.
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