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

Backstage: a winner of National magazine award competition
26
Ebony (Periodical)
Integration at Ole, Miss
29
University of Mississippi, Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Little Gary Ferguson
39
Gary FERGUSON, Gifted children, Children as musicians
Style setters of 1966
48
Black women
Stock car racer reaches bigtime
61
Wendell Scott; 1931-1990, Automobile racing
Godfather to delinquent boys
110
Samuel Sublett (Jr.), Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Social workers
Happy end for Prince Seretse and Ruth
119
Ruth Khama, Sir Seretse Khama; 1921-1980, Interracial marriage
Old piano roll man
125
J. Lawrence COOK, Black musicians, Player piano
Cardin silhouette
132
Pierre Cardin (French fashion designer.), Fashion
Nancy Wilson
140
Louie Robinson, Nancy Wilson

Girl on the varsity
71
Sandra Ann ARRINGTON, Diving, Women athletes
Fine arts school
80
Dorothy Maynor; 1910-1996, Music schools, Performing arts (Study and teaching), Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Biggest baseball clinic
89
Baseball (Study and teaching), Baton Rouge (La.)
Everyone's keen on Keino
100
Kip Keino; 1940-., Black athletes, Sports (Kenya), Track and field athletics
Incurable Negro disease strikes five in family
154
Hamp Johnson, Anemia
Fresh vegetables
164
Cooking (Vegetables)
Roland Kirk: modern one-man band
181
Roland Kirk; 1936-1977, Blind (Employment)
Dillard: pint-size school with a king-size job
188
Albert Dent, Dillard University, College presidents

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