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This is a cd containing images from the scans of all the newspapers in the collection.
This item is a deed of ownership for either land or home. There are three small pieces and it is not complete.
This a newspaper from 1969. The front page reads: J. Rap Broan, Church Builder no? Troublemaker, Yes!! There is a full-sized copy in black and white. There are also two small copies one black and white one colored. The original copy is missing. This issue contains several health related articles and citizenship articles in addition to articles about the African American Race (they use the term "Negro").
This item consists of laminated pages from the Pittsburg Courier: the Magazine Section. In march 8th edition a large picture of several people has a caption regarding thier trip to Massachusets. The paper includes pages 1-2 and attached is a full-sized copy of the paper.
This item is a laminated copy of the Pittsburg Courier's Section 2. Includes pages 1-4. The top of the page reads "'Angels of Mearcy' Give Aid To Lumpkin's Distressed Folk." Also attached is a full-zed copy of the paper. In this section of the paper politics, race, and religion are the main themes in the stories.
This item is a photocopy of the March 22, 1958 edition of the Pittsburg Courier's Magazine Section. The original copy is located on the bottom of the box with the others. Page numbers are missing, but it appears to be the front and back cover of this section. The entire back page is devoted to comic strips. The rest of the pags cover politics (A visit by Rev. Martin Luther King), books, finances and how to play Bridge.
This is a photocopy of the Pittsburgh Courier: Georgia Edition. Most page numbers are not shown. This copy includes pages from several different section, including the Magazine Section. The front page has a scandal story "Doctor Pets Nurse, Gets Year In Pen" along with a picture of a Jamaican girl. Other articles included in this paper are beautiful women from Jamaica, religion, and politics. Several articles, particularly in the Magazine Section, focus on Jamaica.
This is a photocopy of the April 6, 1958 edition of Telegram, published in Newark, NJ. The original is located at the bottom with the others. There are four pages 1 and 2 are numbered but the others are not. The front page reads "MIssissippi Voting Is Challenged" and six pictures with captions are below the headline. The rest of paper focuses on politics (the voting rule in Mississippi), library week, and religion.
This is a photocopy of the April 13, 1958 issue of Telegram, in Newark, NJ. The original, stored with the others, is completely torn in half and not taped together. Includes pages 1-2, and 7-8. The headline on the cover reads "Rev. Beaten on Fla. Bus; Ruling Soon." Four pictures of women accompany this headline on the front page. In addition to that story, there are also articles on education, sports and an editorial.
This is a copy of the Pittsburg Courier from April 19, 1958. The orginal is stored with the others at the bottom of the box. It contains pages 1/2, 7/8, 27/28 (part of the rest of the newspaper). The paper advertises upcoming Courier home shows, has book reviews and a gossip section. There is also a "What Courier Readers Think" page, like letters to the editor, as well as comic strips. The rest of the paper is devoted to baseball and other sports.