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Johnson Publishing, Company] Approx. 6" x 4" magazine. 66 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Illustration of Frederick Douglass on the front cover. "Save" written in pen on the front cover. History week observance issue. Contents include the famous photograph of Martin Luther King on the balcony of the Lorraine Memphis hotel shortly before he was assassinated. Title for the article on page 6 below the picture reads - "SCLC Spearheading Drive to Honor King's Birthday". Other articles include African American history, politics, education, Civil rights, etc. Also an article regarding the death of Atlanta newspaper publisher Ralph McGill who died at a black friends house (Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lawhorn).
Dial, Adolph L.; Eliades, David K. Octavo. xiv, , 188 pages, . Illustrated. Red cloth hardcover with black title on the front cover and the spine. White pictorial dust jacket. Shelf and edge wear and toning to the dust jacket. The verso of the jacket is foxed. Signed by both authors on the title page. The Lumbee Indians is a tribe from North Carolina. The author Aldolph Dial was a Lumbee Indian from Pembroke, North Carolina.
Davenport, Rhana; Powell, Shirley (Curators) White card folder containing loose-leaf pages, bound by brass rivet top left hand corner of pages and folder. Embossed title on the front of the folder. Unpaginated. Shelf wear and creases to the folder.