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

Architecture's new wave
33
Black architects
Amy Jacques Garvey: black, beautiful & free
45
Amy Jacques Garvey, Marcus Garvey; 1887-1940, Universal Negro Improvement Association
King heroin. Criticism
56
Al FANN, Theater reviews (Single works)
Provident hospital
64
Daniel Hale Williams; 1856-1931, Blacks (Hospital care), Chicago (Ill.) (Hospitals)
Getting ready at GMI.
72
Kettering University
Ancient African look becomes new look in Paris
121
Hairstyling
Time for giving
126
Charities, Blacks (Charities)
From model to movie star
128
Richard Roundtree; 1942-.
Ebony's 1971 bachelors
136
Single men
West Indies vacation
148
Tourist trade (West Indies), West Indies (Description and travel)

Soul to soul
79
Music festivals (Ghana), Black music
Annual baseball roundup: the last of the big bats
92
Hank Aaron; 1934-., Willie Mays; 1931-., Baseball, Professional, Baseball players
POW wife
110
Andrea RANDER, Donald RANDER, Servicemen's wives, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Prisoners and prisons)
Blueberry time
162
Cooking (Fruit)
Upsurge in TV news girls
168
Television broadcasting (News), Women in television
Whatever happened to "Sugar Chile" Robinson?
178
Frankie Isaac ROBINSON, Children as musicians

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