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

Harlem bids farewell to keeper of the faith
31
Adam Clayton Powell (American congressman); 1908-1972 (Funeral rites and ceremonies)
Unity without uniformity
45
NATIONAL Black Political Convention
Tramp champ
57
Trampolines
Eligible bachelors 1972
64
Single men
Share in the life of Frederick Douglass
76
Washington (D.C.)Historic houses, sites, etc
Debut of the 18-year-old voter
120
Blacks (Political activities), Suffrage
Ancient art, a new business
130
Design Works of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Textile design
Why I went to the troops
141
United States (Armed Forces, Recreation)
Adam lives: forever!
150
Adam Clayton Powell; 1908-1972 (Eulogies)
How much is a player worth?
152
Baseball players (Salaries)

You can't learn it all on campus
84
Business and education
Quincy Jones: man behind the music
92
Quincy Jones, Motion picture music
Patricia Harris: can she bring the Democrats together?
104
Patricia Harris (American cabinet member.); 1924-1985, Democratic national conventions
House
114
Experimental education, Houses, Remodeled, Portland (Or.) (Education)
Steak for dad's day
170
Cooking (Meat)
Do yourself proud: discover black history
176
Blacks (History), United States (Description and travel)
Is Archie Bunker the real white America?
186
Carroll O'Connor; 1924-2001, Blacks and television, Television program reviews, Toleration
Whatever happened to Jon Robertson?
194
Jon ROBERTSON

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