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1960 Mar.

Virgin Islands Home Journal

W. E. B. Du Bois visits V.I.

Virgin Islands - Two clippings sent by Harry Dreis and wife on Du Bois's visit to St. Croix, V.I, and J. Robert Oppenheimer's return to his island home in Saint John for a short vacation.

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1960 Sept. 18


Change the world

New York (N.Y.) - Article on New York City.

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Xenia Gazette (Xenia, Ohio)

America has moral duty in European war, Walker says

Xenia (Ohio) - Describing Wilberforce University President D. O. B. Walker's recent sermon on America's role in the European conflict.

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1937 Apr. 15

Evanston Review (Evanston, Ill.)

The Evanston Review of Evanston Affairs

Evanston (Ill.) - Reporting Jourdain's ousting from the City Council "because he was quite too well educated, too sober, too intelligent, and too much the gentleman"; and reporting, in a separate, "This Happened in Evanston" column, the concentration of "effective political power... in the nine colored precincts of the fifth ward"; littered with Jourdain's enthused commentary.

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1939 Mar.

Chicago Defender

Helen hunt most popular church girl

Chicago (Ill.) - Relaying the conferral of the "Chicago's Most Popular Church Girl" award to Wilson Junior college student Helen Hunt and announcing the formal coronation ceremony therefor.

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1944 Oct. 24

Capital Times (Madison, Wis.)

Seek to Sway Members of U. Club on Negroes Student group works for favorable vote

Madison (Wis.) - Describing recent protests at the University of Wisconsin occasioned by Arthur Burke's dismissal from the University club, and responding to years of housing discrimination at the institution.

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1963 Aug. 31

M. V. Strong talks

Briefly noting the late August death of W. E. B. Du Bois and citing from the N.A.A.C.P.'s Roy Wilkins on his life and achievements.

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1924 Dec. 17

Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963

The primitive black man

Africa - Du Bois's observations of life in West Africa

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1923 Nov. 1

This Negro brute turned out to be a white man

United States - An unidentified paper's account of a "black brute"'s turning out to be indeed a 50-year-old white man "and a member of one of the most prominent white families" in Lexington, Kentucky.

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1959 Apr. 19

Daily Worker (New York)

Tashkent's ancient glory and socialist strength

Chicago (Ill.) - George Miller's description of the vibrant, and full-of-potential city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. See also mums312-b150-i103.

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