A black national news service: the Associated Negro Press and Claude Barnett, 1919-1945

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Feb 1, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 260 pages
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Contents

Preface
11
The Shaping Years
38
Securing a Membership
56
Domestic News Gathering 19191940
82
Reporting the Foreign News Beat 19191940
112
Feature Reporting and the Siamese Twins of Negro
141
Politics as a Road to More Than a News Agency
163
The Frustrated Entrepreneur Searches for Resources
186
The Negro Newspapers Publishers
215
Conclusion
234
Bibliography
240
Index
257
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About the author (1984)

Lawrence D. Hogan is a senior professor of history at Union County College in New Jersey. He is an expert on the history of black baseball and his touring exhibit on the subject has traveled nationwide.
Jules Tygiel a history professor at San Francisco State University, is the author of "Baseball's Great Experiment: Jackie Robinson and His Legacy," and "Past Time: Baseball as History," a "New York Times" Notable Book of the Year.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum was founded in 1939 and has become an American institution. Dedicated to chronicling and preserving baseball history and honoring the sport's foremost figures, it annually attracts more than 350,000 visitors to its home in Cooperstown, New York.

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