Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

U.S. trade fair in Ghana
27
Exhibitions
Ghana is growing at an astonishing pace
28
Ghana
American Negro designs exhibition, forms new company
30
Thomas P. ROCK
Peace corps
38
Peace Corps (U.S.)
Tender loving care
48
Infants, Premature, Nashville (Tenn.) (Hospitals)
Negro in the American revolution
89
United States (History, Blacks, Revolution, 1775-1783)
Illinois youth heads Arrow scouts
102
Ronald J. TEMPLE, Boy Scouts of America
Briton's lives in colored hands
111
Black nurses and nursing, Black physicians, Blacks (Great Britain)
How the U.S. looks at Africa
117
Africa and the United States, Africa (Social conditions)
New cars for 1962
123
Automobiles (Design)

Tough man for a tough job
55
George Leon Paul WEAVER
Weddings around the world
63
Weddings
Pacific club
69
Council HAWES, Kalamazoo (Mich.) (Clubs)
Frat president
76
James Carmichael EVANS (Jr), College fraternities, Black students
First lady of jazz
131
Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.)
Brothers of the skin
140
Foreign students (United States), Blacks, Africa (Indigenous peoples)
Busy bananas
150
Cooking (Bananas)

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