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1929 July

Union Electric Light & Power Company

Union Electric Magazine

Saint Louis (Mo.) - Clipping featuring the Union Electric Baseball Team, the twenty members of the Veterans Association, and an article featuring Oscar Ficklin, entitled "Twenty-four years of Services, Chemist at Ashley Street Began as Porter."

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1951 Mar.

Spider newsletter (Macon, Ga.)

Spider clipping

Macon (Ga.) - First two pages of the Newsletter's March issue, featuring illustration by Louis Stanley, given by the late Senator from Nebraska George Norris, relaying the loss of its editor, R. E. L. Whitworth, and including some letters regarding U.S. foreign policy and federal spending.

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1946 July

League of Coloured Peoples

Death of Mr. Herbert Macaulay

London (England) - Pages 73 and 74 of the League's July newsletter, noting the May 7, 1946 death of Nigerian Council President Herbert Macaulay.

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1946 May

Council on African Affairs

Fragment from Council on African Affairs bulletin

New York (N.Y.) - Fragments from the Council's May 1946 newsletter, totalling the square footage and population ruled by imperial governments, discussing "the question of mandate territories," urging the end of "exploitation of African labor," and demanding "full trade union rights" for Africans, among other issues; versos bear pencilled notes on Paul Robesons's, Max Yergan's, W. A. Hunt... more

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1952 Apr.

Jewish Life (New York, N.Y.)

Jewish Life, April 1952

New York (N.Y.) - Pages 29-32 of the April issue, containing various news items, classified ads, and a full-page description of the Magazine's "Tribute to the Warsaw Ghetto Fighters," to be held on April 16 and feature the participation of W. E. B. Du Bois and Albert E. Kahn, among others. (See also mums312-b137-i103.)

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1949 Dec. – 1950 Jan.

Council on African Affairs

New Africa, volume 8, number 11 and volume 9, number 1 [fragments]

New York (N.Y.) - Clippings from the December 1949 and January 1950 issues of "New Africa" (see mums312-b161-i135 and mums312-b128-i094 for complete items, respectively).

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