The Separate City: Black Communities in the Urban South, 1940-1968

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University Press of Kentucky - Biography & Autobiography
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Page 7 - It is not a fringe, it is not a slum, nor is it a "quarter" consisting of dilapidated tenements. It is a section of new-law apartment houses and handsome dwellings, with streets as well paved, as well lighted, and as well kept as in any other part of the city.

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