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

Adam Clayton Powell, enigma on Capitol hill
25
Adam Clayton Powell; 1908-1972, Black congressmen
Open skies for Negro girls
43
Veronica GONZALES, Flight attendants
Inside a segregationist
53
Blacks (Segregation)
Baseball 1963: slim pickings for the rookies
61
Baseball players
If I were young today
74
Black lawyers
Brock Peters
106
Brock Peters, Black actors and actresses
New upsurge in women's track
115
Track and field athletics, Women athletes
Our man in Saigon
121
Joseph S. Grant (Jr.), United States Air Force, United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Try camping for summer fun
127
Camping, National parks and reserves, Vacations
Ebony's annual vacation guide
132
Hotels, motels, etc, Seaside resorts

Diploma-giving principal
76
George D. BRANTLEY, Blacks (Education), Saint Louis (Mo.) (Education)
Cincinnati's legal head
87
William A. MCCLAIN, Black government employees, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Politics and government)
Remaining walls
94
Blacks (Segregation)
Miami's Cuban refugee crisis
96
Refugees, Cuban, Unemployment (Florida), Miami (Fla.)
Chicken noodle casserole
142
Jeanne NOBLE, Casserole cooking, Cooking (Poultry)
Date with a dish
142
Bachelors for 1963-1964
156
Single men

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