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

Selassie's message to the Negro
29
Haile Selassie I (Emperor of Ethiopia); 1892-1975, Civil rights, Ethiopia and the United States
Nancy Wilson
40
Nancy Wilson
Youth heads California future farmers
49
Dan Chatman, Future Farmers of America
Eyes and ears of the N.Y. Giants
58
Emlen Tunnell; 1925-1975, Football, Professional
Let's put Christ in Christmas
64
Christmas, Blacks (Civil rights)
Strategy for victory
110
Blacks (Segregation)
Playing their way through college
113
Howard University, Bands (Music)
Savior of Alaska's vital sled dogs
118
Frazier Erich HEMPHILL, Rabies (Vaccines and vaccination)
Cardinal
126
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
John Scobell, Union spy in Civil war
135
John SCOBELL, Spies, United States (History, Blacks, Civil War, 1861-1865)

Show business' newest Ellington
67
Mercedes ELLINGTON
Building better boys
75
Juvenile delinquents and delinquency (Prevention)
Breakthrough in Hollywood
82
Wendell Franklin; 1916-1994, Otis GREENE, Motion picture directors
Daredevil auto stunt man
91
Calvin KING, Automobile driving (Stunt driving)
Cook County crime fighter
101
Horace NOBLE, Black police
Concrete step manufacturers
146
O. C. THOMPSON, Concrete construction, Black businessmen
Baubles, bangles and bangs
151
Hairstyling
Christmas dinner with Tommy Davis
162
Shirley DAVIS, Christmas dinners
Negro who founded Chicago
170
Jean Baptiste Pointe de Sable (Haitian founder of Chicago.); 1745?-1818, Chicago (Ill.)History, BlacksHistory

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