Negro artists: an illustrated review of their achievements, including exhibition of paintings by the late Malvin Gray Johnson and sculptures by Richmond Barthé and Sargent Johnson
Traces the history of the Negro in America from the arrival of the first bonded Negroes in 1619 to the civil rights movements of the 1960's and discusses the Negro's influence on America's history and culture.
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