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

America's many faces
25
Americans, Photography (Exhibitions)
African past
34
Blacks (Africa), Africa (History)
Negro history
34
Blacks (History)
Top 4-H'ers score hit at Cairo fair
41
Agricultural exhibitions, 4-H clubs
Three worlds of Billy Eckstine
44
Billy Eckstine, Eckstine family
Jim Crow gets a clipping
79
Barbers and barbershops
American in Munich
84
Foreign visitors (Germany), Jumping
Future of private Negro colleges
88
Blacks (Education)
Earl Hines' sentimental journey
96
Earl Fatha Hines; 1905-1983, Chicago (Ill.)
Hawaiian fashions
102
Costume (Hawaii)

Working their way through jail
51
Convict labor, Prisons (Wisconsin)
Hawaii's Candy girl
69
Eleanor BURRELL, Radio broadcasting (Hawaii)
Silent majority
76
Civil rights demonstrations
Hawaiian luau
108
Cooking, Hawaiian
Most eligible bachelors of 1961
115
Single men, Blacks

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