Chicago (Ill.) - Newspaper article describing recent violent events and the organization of a Negro law and order league.
1943 July 31
Chicago (Ill.) - Describing the life, accomplishments, education, publications, and business ventures of Supreme Liberty Life Insurance president Harry H. Pace.
Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967
Chicago (Ill.) - Langston Hughes's "reserve column" for the magazine, noting and briefly describing "essential Negro reading," including W. E. B. Du Bois's "poetically written" "Souls of Black Folk," which remains "as beautiful to read today as it was a half-century ago."
Chicago (Ill.) - Ikejiani's description of "first skirmishes for political freedom" in Nigeria and the nature of the revolution openly being organized there; assessing Azikiwe's influence and leadership; outlining the structure and support of the American Council on African Education; identifying Ozumba Mbadiwe as one of his protégés; and noting other prominent individuals and organizat... more
1919 Mar. 6
Chicago (Ill.) - A small feature from the "Tribune" clipped by Henry Romeike, Inc., on Wilson's consideration of the cases of "thirteen Negro soldiers charged with assaulting a white girl at Camp Grant" in May 1918.