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EBONY Magazine (1946-1981; The preeminent Magazine for the BLACK / African-American Community;

John H. Johnson Publishing Company) For Sale;



1946;

NOVEMBER (Front Cover; William H. Hastie America's First Negro Governor; Back Cover; AD - Overbrook's Egg Nog; Cover Story - Governor of the Virgin Islands; Life in Harlem Sugar Hill; Fortunia is the Darling of the Follies Bergere; Britain's Illegitimate Brown Babies; Women's Fashion - Shopping for that College Look; Harlem Night Club Boom; Ceramics by Tony Hill; Rosenwald Fund Throws a Bangup Lawn Party; Legal Safe Cracker Tony Donovan of New York;)

1947;

FEBRUARY (Front Cover; Dorothy Bass of Los Angeles; Back Cover; AD - Joe Louis for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - California Dude Ranch - Murray's Overall Wearing Dude Ranch; CIO and AFL Negro Labor Leaders; Lena Horne's Valentine Party; Sam Jordan only Negro to own Florida Shrimp Fleet; America's New Negro Medicine Men; Movie Review with 6 Pages of Photos "New Orleans"; Midget Salesman Frankie Dee; Needed - A Negro League of Decency; Lisle Fellowship Summer Camp for Students in Seneca Lake, New York; Bowling Boom No.1 Sport;)

MAY (Front Cover; One Year Old Fultz Quadruplets; Back Cover; AD - Joe Louis Punch Soft Drink; Cover Story - Only Identical Negro Quads; Chicago Snakes Deb Ball Biggest in Years; How to Sell a Song - Negro Song Publishers Dwindling; Dr. Ralph Bunche U.N. Diplomat; Women Pearl Makers in Providence, Rhode Island; New York Mother Sarah Patterson Manages 7 Prize Fighters; Broadway Musical "Finian's Rainbow"; Miss Fine Brown Frame Evelyn Sanders;)

JUNE (Front Cover; Detroit's Bride of the Year - Dorris Bell; Back Cover; AD - Joe Louis for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - What are Your Chances of Being a Bride ?; Sinclair Lewis writes a Best Seller on Negroes "Kingsblood Royal"; Around the Clock with a Freshman Dining Car Waiter - Curtis Smith of New York; Perry Watkins Broadway's Top Negro Scene Designer; Women's Fashion - Bermuda Presents 1947 Beach Prevue; Father George J Dunne writes Play to Wage War against Racism "Trial By Fire"; Hair Attachments; New Orleans Mardi Gras; Polio Athlete crippled Don Grant is Berkley University Baseball Star; Chicago's Midway Television Institute;)

AUGUST (Front Cover; New York City Judge Jane M. Bolin; Back Cover; AD - Holland Furnace Co.; Cover Story - America's First Negro Woman Judge; Carrtoonist E. Simms Campbell a Country Gentleman; Ex-Boxer Canada Lee makes a Comeback in Boxing and Films; Lady Lawyers find Sex Bigger Barrier than Color; Colored Vets using G.I. Loans to Start Businesses; Women's Fashion - Hollywood Designer L'Tanya has Flair for Spectacular; Detroit's Hotel Gotham so Popular it Has to Turn Guests Away; The Negro who could be Cuba's President - Lazaro Pena; YMCA's Inter-Racial Summer Camp Forest Beach near New Buffalo, Michigan; Chicago Lady Baliff Helen Russell;)

1948;

JANUARY (Front Cover; 9-Month Old Diana Taylor of Chicago; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - Babies by Special Delivery at Chicago Maternity Center; Movie Review "Gentlemen's Agreement"; Atlanta have Most Culture and Some of the Worst Ghettoes for Negroes; Ebony Awards for 1947 - Movies - Books - Theater - Radio; Harlem Mother Plane Mechanic - Mrs. Louise Williams; Chicago Hospital Chaplin Raymond Lilly; African Liu-Jitsu is Murderous Brazilian Sport; Patty-Jo New Queen of Dolldom; Tom Carodine Mayor of Boys Town;

APRIL (Front Cover; High School Students Caramae Richy and Robert Scott; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - What to Teach Youngsters about Sex; 1948 Olympic Prospects for London; Italian Movie of Negro G.I. and Italian Street Urchin "Paisan"; Long Distance Trucking Tycoon John Walls; Hollywood Jazz Temple - Billy Berg's; Henry LeTang Dance Studio in New York City Attacts Top Broadway Stars; Stars Homes in Hollywood; Women's Fashion - Five in One Bolero Suit; Negro Newsmen on White Dalies get Top[ Assignments;; Kentucky Sharecropper Booker T. Fellows strike Oil in his Corn Field;)

AUGUST (Front Cover; Nat King Cole and New Bride Marie in Bathing Suits; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - The Coles Honeymoon in Mexico; Crusade against Jim Crow in California; How Special Squad in Philadelphia Broke Up a Gang of Muggers; Rum - Volatile West Indies Drink; Auto Racing with Mel Leighton at Los Angeles Speedway; Eddie South is the Dark Angel of the Violin; The Saga of Unsung War Hero Ma Sanders; Women's Fashion - The Suit Dress; Eight New Hollywood Movies Backtrack to using Negroes as Maid and Menials; Negroes in Fur Industry from Raising to Selling Pelts;)

SEPTEMBER (Front Cover; Esther Williams and Dr. Lois Evans; Back Cover; AD - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - Dr. Lois Evans is the Foot Doctor to Hollywood Stars; A Look at Negro America's Leaders as Young Men and Women; International HarvesterPolicy Multiplies Negro Jobs Eight Times - Voluntary FEPC; Concert Singer Anne Brown becomes a Norwegian; Football Star Kenny Washington gets a Role in the Movie "Rogues Regiment"; Negro Schoolteachers needed to meet Shortage; Leading Negro Model Maker Orville Zachariah Frazier of Elkhart, Indiana; "The Real Truth about Marijuana" by Robert Lucas; Women's Fashion - Styles for the Not so Thin;Edward Stettinius hopes to Unlock Vast Riches of Liberia; Washington's Mrs. Alma J. Scott Chinaware Decorator;Ney York High School Youth Diving Champion Richard McGriff;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Young Adopted John Hershel Walker Jr.; Back Cover; AD - Three Feathers; Cover Story - Homes Needed for 10,000 Brown Orphans; U.S. Negro Migrants in Mexico find Racial Oasis; Dixie's First Negro Radio Commentator Kenneth Johnson wins wide White Audience; Chicago's Dog Catchers; Colored Theatre Karamu House in Cleveland stages "The Taming of the Shrew"; California Parole Boos Walter Gordon the Grandson of Slaves; Texas Negroes Strike it Rich in their Professions - Dr. Clarence Lyons - Dr. Joseph Chatman - Boot maker William Lusk;Men's Fashion - Stag Styles;Knute Rockne of Negro Football - Morgan's Eddie Hurt; Folk Singer Josh White has role in Movie "The Walking Hills";)

DECEMBER (Cover Story; New York City Elementary Schoolgirl Camilla Church; Back Cover; AD - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - Why Every Child needs a Doctor Today; "What I told Kinsey about my Sex Life" by Mary X; Will Boxer Joe Louis be Golf Champ Next ?; Alaskan Lady Jade Hunter - Grace Bahovec; Weird Dizzy Gillespie Mannerisms adopted by Bebop Devotees; 27-year old G.I. Business Wizard Dunbar McLaurin of Oklahoma; Philadelphia Rat Catcher Octavius H. Barksdale sparks Campaign to Wipe them Out; Women's Fashion - Mother and Daughter Ensembles for Christmas;Movie Review "The Boy with the Green Hair"; Harlem Globetrotter Sweetwater Clifton; Acute Shortage of Negro Dentists;)

1949;

JANUARY (Front Cover; Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and wife Hazel Scott and Son; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - "My Life with Hazel Scott" by Adam Clayton Powell Jr.; Cancer will Kill 1 out of Every 13 Negroes; Edith Mae Irby first Negro Girl to Attend University of Arkansas Medical School; Hot Springs Curative Mineral Waters and Gambling lure 6,000 Negro Visitors to Arkansas each Year; Denver Symphony Violinist Jack Bradley is the only Negro Musician in 25 Major American Orchestras; Movie Review "Knock on Any Door"; Songwriter Louis Jordan on his Inspiration;Chicago Randall House helps Detour Forgotten Boys from a Life of Crime; Antique Repairman Julien Ponceauis a Mastercraftsman; Madam Walker claims its Satin Tress will Revolutionize Beauty Industry; Negro Trombonist Stanley Morse wins Honors in "Horace Heidt Radio Show";)

APRIL (Front Cover; Mary McLeod Bethune; Back Cover; AD - Billiard Champions Willie Mosconi and Willie Hoppe for Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - "My Secret Talks with President Roosevelt" by Mary McLeod Bethune; The Ten Richest Negroes in America; Mental Illness Among Negroes tops Whites; Ex-G.I. James Edwards passes his First Film Test; Nat King Cole Decorates his new $65,000 Home; Two Thirds of the World's Supply of Cocoa grown by Negro Farmers in West Africa; Cotton Club Girls had to Fit Rigid Color Standard; 3-year old Mickey Croques shows his Genius on the Radio Program "Whiz Quiz"; Women's Fashion - Chicago Art Institute School for Dress Design;)

JUNE (Front Cover; Joe Louis and Family; Back Cover; AD - Opera Star Muriel B. Smith for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - Can Joe Louis make it in Business ?; Negro America's Most Exciting Men; Miracle Drug Aureomycin first Used on Humans by Harlem Hospital Medical Team; Women's Fashion - Turbans; Education for the Blind is Exact Science; Car Parkers for Hollywood; "My Forty Years in the White House" by Samuel C. Jackson the Presidents Messenger; Willie Smith the Lone Negro in Harry James Band; 175 Negro Horse Trainers at Racetracks; Frank Yerby Remodels his Long Island Home; Movie Review "Home of the Brave";New York's Harlem Friendship Club for Lonely Hearts;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Lena Horne and Duke Ellington; Back Cover; AD - Schenley Whisky; Cover Story - The Duke and Duchess of the Music World; America's Most Married Negroes; Mixed Hairston Choir has done Background Music for 40 Films in 6 Years; Annual Baptist Convention in Los Angeles; Ebony Magazine Opens its New Building and Holds an Open House; Harlem "Smalls Paradise" is Oldest Negro Night Club; Katherine Dunham and Dance Troupe Dance at Pompeii; "The Golden Era of Chicago Politics; Negroes in Pro Football - 30 Work Out with 9 Clubs;)

1950;

DECEMBER (Front Cover; Father Divine and his Spotless Virgin Bride; Back Cover; AD - Thelma Carpenter for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - "Life With Father" by Mother Divine; Rent Racketeers have Five Methods to Beat Law; Publishers of Negro Newspapers pick Headlines they would Most like to Print; Sex in High School; 92nd Battleground in Italy Revisited; Bermuda Track only one with All Negro Jockeys; Versatile Performer Sammy Davis Jr.; Midget Negro Team in Philadelphia tough Competitors; Women's Fashion - Pearls; 37-inch Tall Patricia Anne Bell of Oklahoma gives Birth to Normal Baby; Up and Coming Singer Jesse Owens; Negro Private Plane Owners; Dr. Joseph E. Walker is President of Universal Life Insurance Co.; Movie Review "L:ights Out"; Great Negro Gospel Singers - Mahalia Jackson - Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Jubalaires - Jubilee Singers - Ward Singers and Many More; Many Negro Couples Celebrate Golden Anniversary after 50 Years;)

1951;

JUNE(Front Cover; Seretse Khama and wife Ruth Williams; Back Cover; AD - Ida Jones for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cove Story - "I Gave Up my Throne for Love" by Seretse Khama; "How I came Back from the Dead" by Dorothy Mae Stevens; Cure for Dope Addicts at Federal Prison/Hospitals; Philadelphia Girl Preacher Rev. Arlene Harris; Texas Juneteenth Tradition of Emancipation Holiday; Wounded Georgia G.I. Corporal Jimmy Johnson Enjoys Hospital Leave at a Japanese Resort; 18-year old Four Legged Georgia Girl Betty Lou Williams; Top Photographers Pick the Most Beautiful Woman They've Photographed; Oldest Winner of War Award - Dennis Bell of Washington; William Warfield makes film Debut in " Show Boat"; Deaf Mute Boxer 'Silent' Hairston; The YMCA has 150,000 Negro Members; Sy Oliver the Musical Director for Decca Records;)

JULY (Front Cover; Ray Robinson with wife Edna Mae; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - "The Love Life of Joe Louis" by Dan Burley; Radio Comic Rochester Builds a $20,000 Show Car; Negroes in Indian Service with the Navajo; Doubles of Top Celebrities Found among Negroes; Medicine's New Wonder Drugs of ACTH and Cortisone; Brookly Dodgers Stars play running game of Pinochle; Movie Review "Cry, The Beloved Country"; Arkansas Lumber Contractor James Henderson; The Mills Brothers a Successful Quartet by Changing Styles; Ralph Bunche U.N. Mediator goes to Hollywood; Women's Fashion - Soap and Water Cottons; Officials face Grim Problem of Sex in Prison; Ebony Magazine Summer Vacation Guide;)

1952;

JANUARY (Cover; Ethel Waters and Jeanne Crain; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's; Cover Story - "The Men in My Life" by Ethel Waters; America's Richest Negro Minister Daddy Grace; Movie Review "Lydia Bailey"; Modern Designs for Negro Dolls; Una Mae Carlisle is only Negro withh Coast to Coast Radio Program; The New Germany and Negro Soldiers; Night Club Sensation Mimic is George Kirby; Catholic Priest Father Grossi is a Missionary in Alabama; Women's Fashion - Winter Hats; "The Bluebeard Murder Case" in Louisville)

MARCH (Front Cover; Sgt. Paul Shaw and wife Mishiko; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Cover Story - The Truth about Japanese War Brides;Celebrities Flock to Billy Eckstine Party; Negro Ministers with Sex Appeal; Quadruple Amputee James R. Cooke - The Man with 40 Operations; Girl Scouts of America Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Interracial Organization; Famous Negro Character Actor Frank Silvera; Reverend William Saunders Prison Chaplain at Jackson, Michigan Prison; Female Impersonators Hold Costume Balls in New York and Chicago; Los Angeles Union Station Redcap Harold Washington Speaks 11 Languages; Women's Fashion - Dorothy Dandridge Thrill Audiences with Wardrobe; New York Radio Producer Bob Hodges; California Students Roland 'Speedy' Curtis and Sterling Wallace run Gas Bar they Bought; Talented New York Leather Carver John H. Jones sells to Wealthy Horse Fanciers and Cowboys; Mabel Fairbanks Top Pro Ice Skater First Negro Ice Show Entertainer;)

JUNE (Front Cover; Angelle de Lavallade; Back Cover; AD - Maxine Sullivan for Chesterfield Cigarettes; Cover Story - Annual Vacatiopn Guide; "How we made Our Mixed Marriage Work" by Poppy Cannon; Can Chicago White Sox Star Orestes 'Minnie' Minoso beat the Sophomore Jinx ?; 13-year old Chicago Tennis Star Lorraine Williams; Lady Racketeers - New Crime Menace; Movie Review "Red Ball Express"; Gaston Monnerville is France's Negro Vice-President; Eartha Kitt sings with Voice, Body and Soul; San Francisco Church Muralist 24-year old Aaron Miller; The "Hambone Kids" of Chicago Music Scene; Women's Fashion - Petticoat Fever; Cleveland's Eddie Hilliard hosts Annual Wild Game Dinner; Overnight Singing Sensation Bobby Lucas; Africa's Gold Coast first native Prime Minister is Kwame Nkrumah; Chicago Bail Bondsmen Anthony Horton and Wassel Donaldson;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Billy and June Eckstine; Back Cover; AD - Richard Carlson for Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - Their Dream House in Encino, California; Atlantic City Never Sleeps from June to October; Elusive and Finicky Wealthy Bachelors; Baha'Ism is a Color Blind Faith; Houston texas Phillis Wheatley High School is One of the World's Finest; Tenor Sax Jazz Performer Illinois Jaquet; Ohio State Penitentiary Surgeon Dr. Watson H. Walker; 91-year Old Charles Anderson is Paris Oldest Negro American Expatriate; Women's Fashion - Autumn Accessories; James N. Littlejohn Mexican Rancher; Football Star Addison Hawthorne of the University of Southern California; 2-year old Texan Charley Harris finds Cigar Smoking Good for his Health; Paradise Night Club in Harlem attracks High and Low Society; Why Fight Managers Hate Women; Chicago Paraplegic Lawyer Harold 'Tippy' Tyler;)

1955;

MARCH (Front Cover; 18-year old Gail Barton; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Ancient Bottle Gin; Detroit Society Greets a Deb; Howard University has only Accredited Negro School of Engineering; Winifred Atwell the Liberace of London Ragtime Music; Chicago Orthodontists Dr. Earl W. Renfroe; 9-month old Miles Wilson Jr. is already an Accomplished Swimmer; Actor Rex Ingram "I Came back from the Dead"; 125-year old John Henry Hauser Plantation Annual Reunion of Slave Offspring; Chicago's Busy Police Dope Squad; Penn State University Basketball Star Jesse Arnelle; Charlie Williams of North Mississippi the Man with Two Wives; URban New York Farmer George Morrison; Rev. John L. Branham Cries as Members Clear him of Sex Charges; Actress Abbie Shuforh unable to Crack the TV Network Color Barrier; Oldest Vaudville Team of Sissle and Blake Celebrate 40th Anniversary; Women's Fashion - Baubles, Bangles and Beads; Farewell to Jazz Immortal Papa Celestin;)

1961;

JULY (Front Cover; Billy Eckstine and Family; Back Cover; AD - Lord Calvert Whiskey; Cover Story - The Three Worlds of Billy Eckstine; America's Many Faces - A Photo Essay; Exciting Discoveries of the African Past; Top 4-H'ers Score a Hit at Cairo Fair; Part-Time Inmates Hold Jobs outside Milwaukee County Jail; New Chicago Chapter of Co-Ettes Club Inc.; Eleanor Burrell is Hawaii's Busy Mother, Singer, Leader and Disc Jockey; Integrated Indiana Barber School teaches Cutting of White and Negro Hair; Boston's Gus Solomons Jr. an American in Munich; The Future of Private Negro Colleges; Earl Hines Sentimental Journey of Chicago's South Side; Women's Fashion - Hawaiian Fashions; Most Eligible Bachelors of 1961;)

1963;

JANUARY (Front Cover; Eartha Kitt and her daughter Kitt; Back Cover; AD - Philip Morris; Cover Story - "My Baby Travels with Me" by Eartha Kitt; Was Jack Johnson Boxing's Greatest Champ ?; "How to Make a Million" by A.G. Gaston; Coed Joan Trumpower of Tougaloo College Reverse Integration in Mississippi; Collegiate Baton Twirling Champ - Warren Bass of University of Missouri; Corneal Transplant by Dr. Thomas C. Jones; Shrimp Boat Captain Rudolph Blue; Top Woman Civilo Rights Lawyer Constance Motley; Gertrude Robinson of the University of California Institute of Ethnomusicology; Gill Lator becomes Germany's First Negro Model; Negro Progress in 1962 - Government - Public Accommodation - Voting - Employment - Sports - Entertainment - Literature; "Why I Believe there is a God" by Rev. E. Franklin Jackson; Women's Fashion - Italian Designers Show Elegant Winter Wear;)

JUNE (Front Cover; Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and wife Yvette holding son Adam Diago; Back Cover; AD - Marlboro; Cover Story - Enigma on Capitol Hill; Stewardess Veronica Gonzales of United Airlines; "Inside a Segregationist" by Sarah Patton Boyle; 1963 Baseball - Slim Picings for Rookies to get a Job; "If I were Young Today" by Austin T. Walden; St. Louis Charles Sumner High School was Cultural Center for Community;Cincinnati City Solicitor William A. McClain holds Highest Municipal Post ever held by a Negro; Miami's Cuban Refugee Crisis; Versatile folk singer Brock Peters hits big time in U.S. and British Motion Picture Roles; New Upsurge in Women's Track and Field brightens Hope for 1964 Tokyo Olympics; Negro Air Force Pilot Captain Joseph S. Grant Jr. in Anti-Red South Vietnam; Ebony Magazine's Annual Vacation Guide; Women's Fashion - Variety on the Beach;Most Eligible Bachelors for 1963;)

JULY (Front Cover; Dorothy Dandridge - Joe Louis - Suger Ray Robinsin - Sarah Vaughan; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's 7 Crown Whiskey; Cover Story - Why the Stars go Broke; "The Mood of the Negro" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Harlem's Salem Methodist Church holds Telstar Cotillion; Arthur 'Chico' Lourant the Yank Movie Man of Japan; First Female Negro to Graduate from Arkansas University Medical School Edith Irby - Revisited; 3-year old Michelle Scott the Littlest Scene Stealer in Los Angeles Choir; Air Force Jet Pilot Edward J. Dwight first Negro Astronaut Candidate; "If I were Young Today" by A. Philip Randolph; Capital Music Maker William M. Goins; Wonderful World of Stevie Wonder; Florida construction boss John Kenneth Cunningham of Kane Construction; California Bizarre Religious Sect - The Kingdom of King Narcisse; Women's Fashion - Cocktail Dresses;; "Boxing Killed my Husband" by Mrs. Davey Moore;)

AUGUST (Front Cover; Nat King Cole and wife Marie with twins Timolin and Casey; Back Cover Ad - Salem; The Nat King Cole twins Keep the Household in a Dither; "A Letter from Birmingham Jail" by Martin Luther King Jr.; United Nations Tour Guide Supervisor Patricia E. Fagin; Retired Illinois House of Representative Arthur W. Mitchell still Active after 20 Years of Retirement; Government Peace Corps in Harlem; "If I were Young Today" by Paul R. Williams; D.C. Woman Welder Helen Yeargin operates a Shop; William Slaton Jr.a Los Angeles Chemists ignites kid Scientists; Food Expert Vance Christian teaches at Cornell University; Women's Fashion - Back to School Fashions; World Record Flight by HU-16 Albatross Amphibious Rescue Plane; Willie Mays new home in San Francisco;)

SEPTEMBER (Front Cover; Frederick Douglass - Special Issue in Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation; Back Cover - AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - Frederick Douglass the Father of the Protest Movement; Presidential Messages from John F. Kenne3dy, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower and Herbert Hoover; "A Relevant Celebration of the Emancipation Centennial" by Dr. Kenneth B. Clark; Ten Most Dramatic Events in Negro History in the United States; Tomorrow's Unpublicized Young Leaders; "Christ's Message to the Disinherited" by Dr. Howard Thurman; After Desegregation What Next ?; The Role of the Middle Class Negro; Negro in Literature Today; "The Price of Brotherhood" by Sarah Patton Boyle; The Negro Woman of Today; "The South Looks Ahead" by Ralph McGill; Handful of Monuments and Landmarks recall Deeds of Outstanding Negroes; How Sports Helped Break the Color Line; 100 Years of Negro Entertainment; Leading Negro Artists Talent Breaks Bias Bond; In Memoriam of Medgar Evers "Why I Live in Mississippi"; "My Last Will and Testament" by Mary McLeod Bethune; Interview with Carl Sandburg; John Hope Franklin at Cambridge; A New Dawn in Medicine for Young Negro Doctors; Women's Fashion - Sew Your Own Suede; Men's Fall Styles for 1963; Women's Fashion - Fashion Flair Americana; The Crusading Negro Press; The Negro in Business a Success Story; "The Constitution - Key to Freedom" by Constance Baker Motley; America's 100 Most Influential Negroes; President John F. Kennedy's Civil Rights Message)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Ebony Models Ann Porter and Jacy De Souza with Fashion Designer Mr. Schuberth; Back Cover; AD - Salem Cigarettes; Cover Story - Italian Styles join Fashion Fair Americana; Marlon Brando Fights for Civil Rights; Negro Political Progress in New England; Alaskan School Teacher from Oklahoma Mrs. Leora E. Grant; Delaware Fishing Boat Captain John Thomas Robinson; Skydiver Gloria Durham of San Antonio, Texas; Sidney Poitier star in the Movie "Lilies of the Field"; JFK Press Aide Andrew Hatcher makes Good; The Education-Employment program in Chicago gives New Hope for Teens; "If I were Young Today" by Judge Herman E. Moore; Florida Real Estate Agent Elizabeth Moore loses her Licence for Selling a House to a Negro; Los Angeles Angel Leon Wagner the Has-been who became a Star; U.S. Patent Office Seeks Negro Employees; Fund Raisers for Freedom - Celebrities Rally to Civil Rights Call; Women's Fashion - Hair the Ups and Downs; Arthur Ashe first Negro to join Davis Cup Team;)

DECEMBER(Front Cover; Nancy Wilson; Back Cover; AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story  Exciting Vocalist Nancy Wilson Hits Big Time; Ethiopia's Emperor Selassie's Message to the American Negro; Young man Dan Chatman Head's California Future Farmers of America Chapter; The New York Giants Em Tunnell Coaches and Scouts; "Let's put Christ in Christmas" by Dr. Eugene Carson Blake; Duke Ellington's granddaughter joins June Taylor Dancers on TV's "Jackie Gleason Show"; Chicago's Better Boys Foundation tackles Asphalt Jungle Syndrome with Gmynasium; Wendell Franklin and Otis Greene have a Breakthrough in Hollywood Film and Tv Productions; Daredevil Auto Stunt Man Calvin King of Ohio; Cook County Sheriff's Police Captain Horace Noble; Howard University Students Organized a Steel Drum Band to pay Tuition; Savior of Alaska's Vital sled dogs - Air Force Captain Frazier Erich Hemphill of Washington D.C.; Ossie Davis in Otto Preminger Movie "The Cardinal"; John Scobell - Union Spy in the Civil War; Women's Fashion - Baubles, Bangles and Bangs; Women's Fashion - Gift Nightwear from Nice to Naughty; Christmas Dinner with Tommy Davis;Du Sable the Negro who founded Chicago;)

1964;

JANUARY (Front Cover; Former Miss Haiti Monique Cartwright; Back Cover; AD - Marlboro; Cover Story - High Fashion Hairdos for the Holidays; What Negroes can Expect from Lydon B. Johnson; Pro Football's Mightiest Player is Jim Brown; Will California send a Negro to the Senate ?; Miss Barbara McNair stars on stage in "No Strings"; Youngest U.S. Ambassador Carl T. Rowan; West Virginia Director of Mental Health Dr. Mildred Mitchell Bateman; Pro Basketball Roundup - Negroes provide 38 per cent of NBA Players; Women's Fashion - Cruise Wear; Negro Progress Report 1963;)

MARCH (Front Cover; Sidney Poitier; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's Whiskey; Cover Story - Sidney Poitier Actor of the Year; How Republican Leaders View the Negro; Requiem for 'Queen' Dinah Washington; Investment Opportunities in Nigeria; "Pioneers in Protest - Benjamin Banneker" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Los Angeles Policewoman Sgt. Vivian Strange Ambassador of Goodwill for Police Department; Blind Clinical Social Worker Geneva Harrison Washington of the Veterans Administration in New York City; Don Benning the New Wrestling Coach of Omaha University; The Swinging Aretha Franklin; "Let's Boycott the Olympics" by Olympic Champ Mal Whitfield; Multi-Million Dollar Building Boss in Detroit is Glenn Walsh of the Practical Construction Company; Top Judge William H. Hastie; Women's Fashion - Suit Up for Spring; March Hair Styles for Women - Lion to Lamb Like;)

APRIL (Front Cover; Jeanette Dubois, Ketty Lester and Gloria Foster; Back Cover; AD - Winston Cigarettes; Cover Story - The Negro on 'Broadway'; The Ten Most Trusted Whites; "Pioneers in Protest - Prince Hall" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Dr. Jocyelyn Elders the Chief Resident of Arkansas University Medical Center in Little Rock; Guerrilla Training the U.S. Special Forces for Southeast Asian Jungles;Fultz Quadruplets Debut at Zeta Cotillion; King of the Hurdlers Hayes Jones wants to Coach; Interior Designs by Harrison Taylor based out of Detroit; How Good is Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) ?; University of Michigan Basketball Sophomore Cazzie Russell; Fed Up Tenants Rent Strike in Harlem; Men's Summer Fashions; Sgt. Nolan D. Lewis a Pima County, Arizona Sheriff's Deputy enforces Law in the West; The Jingle Singing Saleswoman Laura Greene; One Million Students Boycott Classes in the North to Protest of De Facto School Segregation;Women's Fashion - Ruffles;)

MAY (Front Cover; Mrs. Albert W. Williams of Chicago; Back Cover; AD - Ever Perm by Helene Curtis; Cover Story - Best Dressed Women; "Pioneers in Protest - Richard Allen" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Philadelphia Community Job Training Center for Unskilled Young People; Movie Review "Black Like Me"; Rocket Test Team Boss Aerojet-General's Willis Spratting Jr.; A Plan to Save Boxing; Outstanding Women Doctors Making a Mark in Medicine; Burke Marshall the Quiet Fighter for Civil Rights; Centerfold "Jantzen" Swimwear Ad; 510-pound Strongboy Elroy Frazier of Rockvale, Tenessee; Rutherford B. Hayes the President Who Hurt Negroes Most; Jim Crow South African Style; Comedian Bill Cosby Excludes 'Color' Reference from Repertoire;Ghana's Industrial Revolution; Women's Hair Styles - The New "Tom Jones" Movie Look; Women's Fashion - Floor Length Flatter and Black and White Summer Coolers;)

JUNE (Front Cover; Dolph and Pat Prince and their two young charges Jeffery Curtis and Gayle Samuels; Back Cover; AD - Marlboro; Cover Story - The New York World's Fair; Most Eligible Bachelors for 1964; "Pioneers in Protest - Up To Date Philosophy of Frederick Douglass" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; "My Husband Died for Democracy" by Mrs. Bruce W. Klunder; Captain Wendell W. Levister High Flying American Soldier of Fortune in Honduras; Frederick O'Neal heads Actors Equity Assocciation; Bobby Short Homecoming in Danville, Illinoise; Salvager of New York Teens - Lawrence Pierce heads giant New York State Youth Division; Sammy Davis Jr. in Movie Musical "Robin and the Seven Hoods"; Indiana's Top Judo Family the William Craig Family; Chicago High School Art Teacher Geraldine McCullough Wins a Gold Medal for Talent; Chicago Suburb Rodeo School "Thryl Latting's Rodeo School"; Clarence Mitchell is the Nation's Youngest Lawmaker; The Man Behind the Horn - John Burks Gillespie; Annual Baseball Roundup - Baseball's Untouchable Plasyers; All Girl singing folk group "The Womenfolk"; James Baldwin' Play "Blues for Mr. Charlie";Women's Fashion - Fashions for the Bride;)

JULY (Front Cover; Josephine Baker; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's; Cover Story - Josephine Baker's Fabulous Wardrobe; Gloria Richardson - Lady General in Civil Rights Movement; Teaching Airline Pilots their ABC's at United Air Lines Denver Training Center; Tribute to a Business Pioneer - Supreme Life Insurance Company of America J. Walter Wills Sr.; Mary Louvestre the Woman who Saved the Union Navy; All Star TV Show NAACP Freedom Spectacular; Illinois Lady Shepherd Carole Tucker; Tennessee State's Lady Engineer Yvonne Clark; "How to Start a Business" by Alex Poinsett; "Pioneers of Protest - Founders of the Negro Press" by lerone Bennett Jr.; Women's Fashion - The Accent is on Foundations;Florida Horse Player Wins $81,000;)

SEPTEMBER (Front Cover; President Johnson and Hobart Taylor nJr.; Back Cover; AD - Salem Cigarettes; Cover Story - Government Steps Up Equalo Job Opportunity; The Mystery of Malcolm X; Council of Federated Organizations Crusades in Mississippi; Britain's Exciting New Singewr Millie Small; The Struggle to Mend Children's Minds; Pioneers of Protest - Henry Highland Garnet" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Boxing Champ Cassius Clay African Love Affair; Men's Fashions - Accent on Brawn; Women's Fashion - From Capes to Coats; Women's Fashion - Fashion Flair with a Spanish Flair; 287-pound Buster Mathis is Headed for the Olympics as a Boxer;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Terri Springer and Yolande Toussaint; Back Cover; AD - Winston Cigarettes; Cover Story - Fabulous Fashions for Fashion Fair; "Your Child and Prejudice"by Dr. Benjamin Spock; Africa's Golden Past - Preview of a Dramatic Series; Baseball's New 'Mr. Yankee' catcher Elston Howard; Miami Beach's Junior Ruffin only Negro Lion Tamer; 5 Athletes = 500 Scholarships - Warren McVea - Mike Warren - James Dugan - Westley Unseld - Vernon Payne; "Pioneers in Protest - Sojourner Truth" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Thinking Men Earn Big - Nation's Inventors; Ohio's Dr. James A. Bailey Defies Paralysis of the Legs to finish Medical School; Richmond California's New Mayor George D. Carroll; Miss Universe Pagent - Beauty from Around the World; Former Olympic Champion Rafer Johnson in the Movie "None but the Brave"; Chicago's Lawrence Wakefield - Who Will get Policy Baron's Fortune ?; U.S. Jazz Artists Conquer Japan; Jean Alexander TV Teacher to Philadelphia Tots; Fall Hairdos for Day or Night; Hope for Harlem Overcrowded Ghetto;)

NOVEMBER (Front Cover; Mahalia Jackson and Minters Sigmund Galloway; Back Cover; AD - Dewar's White Label; Cover Story - Love Comes to Mahalia; Readers Tributes to John F. Kennedy; Louis Armstrong the Reluctant Millionaire; "Africa's Golden Past part 1 - Life Could Have Begun in Kush"; Nobel Peace Prize Winner Dr. Martin Luther King visit to Berlin; Business Breakthoughs for High Ranking Negroes; Unknown Welter Weight Champ Eddie Perkins; The Catlin Sisters of Wilmerding Pa. are Northwest Airlines Stewardesses; Boley, Oklahoma Stages Annual Rodeo; Chicago's Marina City is a Radical Departure from Convential Apartment Living; New Hope for Kidney Transplant - Dr. Samual L. Kountz; The Negro Writer in the United States; "Pioneers of Protest - Harriet Tubman" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Women's Fashion - From France a Touch of Urbanity; New JFK Playground in Washington D.C.;)

DECEMBER (Front Cover; Sammy Davis Jr. and wife Mai Britt with children Tracey Hillivi and Mark Anthony; Back Cover; AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - The Home Life of Mai Britt and Golden Boy; "Pioneers of Protest - John Brown God's Angry Man" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Rising Tide of Negro-Jewish Tensions; Syracuse girl Dawn Morgan the Girl with a Hole in her Heart; Modern Magician of the Soul - Nigerian Dr. Adeoya Lambo; Moon Shot Technician James E. Martin is Part of Ranger Team; 7th Annual Monterey Jazz Festival; Cleveland Browns Controversial Star Jim Brown; Detroit Baptists Convention Plan Progress Drive; Don Scott Clicks on TV Bowling Show; Retired Steelworker Stephen Ewing is Veteran Pigeon Racer; Harvard's Egghead Quarterback John McCluskey; Chicago Body Builder Rock Stonewall; Monsters Invade Toy Market; Hairdos for Christmas; Women's Fashion - Leggy Ideas for Christmas; Canada's Caruso - Tenor Ganet Brooks;)

1965;

JANUARY (Front Cover; Pope Paul Vl in St. Peter's Basilica; Back Cover AD - Marlboro; Cover Story - Pope Confers Sainthood on 22 African Martyrs; Toast of Europe - Nancy Holloway; Lt. Commander George L. Thompson Captains Navy Destoyer Escort on California Patrol Mission; 62-year old Dancer Bubbles Bounces Back; Baltimore Colts Rookie and the Vet - Lenny Moore and Tony Lorick; College Dropout Booker T. Washington Becomes Successful Agriculturist; A New Face in Congress - John Conyers Jr.; "Africa's Golden Past part 2 - Historical Facts Challenge Notion that Christianity is Religion of West"; Women's Fashion - Colorful Cruisewear; Progress Report 1964 - Year of Decision;)

FEBRUARY (Front Cover; Diana Sands and Alan Alda; Back Cover; AD - Salem; Cover Story - Broadway Comedy "The Owl and the Pussycat"; Luci Baines Johnson talks of Youth, Love, Family, Race and Politics; Independence Comes to Zambia ending 73 Years of British Rule; Los Angeles Laker Elgin Baylor comes back from a Leg Ailment; American Woman Buttercup Powell in Paris is Mother Confessor to the Troubled; Methodists Appoint Negroes to Bishoprics in a Move Toward Church Unity; "Africa's Golden Past part 3 - Archaeological Finds Refute West's 'Dark Continent' View"; Oakland Teens Cotillion Benefits NAACP Fund; Texas Preacher Charles C. White one Man's War Against Poverty; Surgeon on a Hot Seat - Colonel John F. Harris Battles Killer Disease as Senoir Medic of Sixth Army; The Tragic Death of Sam Cooke - Shocking Shooting of Singer; Women's Fashion - Glamor at the Beach; Women's Fashion - Sunny Suggestions in Spring Fashion; "Pioneers in Protest - Architects of Negro Liberation)

MARCH (Front Cover; Mrs. Medgar Evans with children Rena, James Van Dyke and Darrell Kenyatta; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's 7 Crown Whiskey; Cover Story - "Why I Left Mississippi" by Mrs. Medgar Evans; 10 Best Cities for Negro Employment; Johnny Mathis na Millionaire with Problems; "Dreams of Brighter Tomorrows" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; How to Tell your Child about Death; Rock and Roll Singer the Explosive James Brown; New York 21-year old Michael Stewart Ironworker on High; "Africa's Golden Past part 4 - Black Creativity has Enriched Various Western Civilizations"; Famed Coloratura Soprano Reri Grist - Toast of Two Continents; Chicago College Students SWAP Program offers Tutoring helpto Children of Ghetto Schools; Rocket Age comes to Triana, Alabama; Illinois Unheralded High School Fencing Champions; Women's Fashion - Season Accents Dignified Look; Women's Fashion - Simple Chic Styles for Spring; "Pioneers in Protest - W.E.B. Du Bois Prophet of Protest and Pan-Africa;)

APRIL (Front Cover; Nat King Cole; Back Cover; AD - Salem; Cover Story - The Life and Death of Nat King Cole; Philadelphia Negro Women's Christian Alliance finds Happy Homes for Foster Children; Colleges, Foundations, Government Agencies are Seeking able Negro Students Needing Aid; World's Newest Religion Baha'i Stresses Brotherhood and Peace; Author Ronald L. Fair's Novel "Many Thousand Gone" Satire on Life in Mississippi; Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson sets Tone of Integration of Nation; Katheryn Patterson of Canton, Illinois Faith and Love Help with her Handicapped son Delbert on way to Becoming a Man; Basketball Ace of Evansville College is Larrt Humes; Lillian Roberts of Chicago is the Vice-President of the AFL-CIO; James Earl Jones - Actor Still Climbing; Young California Surfing Expert Frank Edwards of Hermosa Beach; New Yorker Richard Clarke Job Consultant for Big Business; Africa's Golden Past part 5 - Queen of Sheba's true Identity Confounds Historical Research; Kert Samples Teaches Skiing in France; Men's Fashion - Silk Look of Elegance for Suits; Women's Fashion - Designers Beautify Femine Sailors; States Boast Record number of Negro Lawmakers - 18 Senators, 76 Representatives serve in 24 State Legislatures; Movie Review "Nothing But a Man' with Ivan Dixon and Abbey Lincoln;)

MAY (Front Cover; Dr.Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Mrs. Ralph Abernathy and Dr. Ralph Bunche; Back Cover; AD - Clairol Loving Care; Cover Story - 50,000 March on Montgomery, Alabama; 'Whirybird' Whiz of the Coast Guard LT. Robert C. Wilks only Negro Pilot; New York City's Avant-Garde New Lincoln School; New Orleans Jazz House- the Preservation Hall; "My Thirty Years with Father Divine" by Ruth Boaz; Marpessa Dawn an American Entertainer on the go in Paris; Big Muddle Among the Boxing Heavyweights - Muhammad Ali, Sonny Liston, Ernest Terrell and Floyd Patterson; Paraplegic Attorny Ernest Simmons overcame Handicapp to Graduate from South Carolina State College; 1955-1965 the Golden Age of the NAACP; Washington's Civil Rights Maverick - Julius Wilson Hobson; A Mission of Mercy - Abraham Adedire's mother Flies 7,000 from Nigeria to Donate Kidney; Women's Fashion - The Best Dressed Women; Should Criminal Confessions be Outlawed ? - Innocent Men Convicted and Guilty ones go Free; Women's Fashion - The Bride is Star in Formal Wedding Gown;U.N.'s First Black President is Alex Quaison-Sackey; Million Dollar Negro Life Insurance Salesmen - Negro Firms Continue Growth;)

JULY (Front Cover; 20-year old Vera Lucia Couto dos Santos of Brazil; Back Cover; AD - Seagram's 7 Crown Whiskey; Cover Story - Does Amalgamation Work in Brazil ? - Interracial Mairrage is their Answer to Race Problem; Controversial Movie "The Cool World" it's Harsh Depiction of Life in Harlem; Teen-age Driver Marty Payne first Negro in Transcontinental Mobile Economy Run; Wilmington, Deleware city Slavages Underprivileged Pupils; Miss Rochester Sarah Pener a Negro girl i9n the Miss America Pagent;Adam Clayton Powell returns to Harlem; Why Negro Suicides are Increasing; Sherwood Dudley the Night Manager of the Hollywood Playboy Club; Churches and other Non-profit Groups enter Housing Market; Dr. Charles Earl Johnson of Chicago acts in Vienna TV and teaches Economics in Congo; Women's Fashion - Suddenly its Summer; SNCC - Rebels with a Cause;)

AUGUST (Front Cover; Special Issue - The White Problem in America; Back Cover; AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - White Hate Groups - "The White Man's Guilt" by James Baldwin - The High Cost of Discrimination - No Whitewask for U.S. Abroad - "The White Liberal" by Louis E. Lomax - What Motivates American Whites ? - "The Un-Christian Christian" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - Would you Want your Daughter to Marry a White ? - Housing the Hottest Issue in the North - Humor in Black and White - One Fifth of Nation's Population Lacks Means for Minimun Standard of Living - Enviroment Traps Young Americans of Promise - The Typical White Suburbanite - Mayor John Holland of Trenton, New Jersey moves Family into Deprived Area - Inane Statutes Clutter State and Local Lawbooks - The White Power Structure - "The Great Society" by Simeon Booker - "Some of my Best Friends are White" by Era Bell Thompson - Crime in the Suburbs - "Black Man's Burden" by John O. Killens;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Three Ebony Magazine Fashion Fair Models in "Fashions in Orbit"; Back Cover; AD - Winston Cigarettes; Cover Story - Travelling Fashion Fair Show is "Out of This World"; Paris Wedding joins two of Africa's Most Powerful Families - Guillaume Houphouet-Boigny weds Christiane Herve-Dupenher; CORE the Wild Child of Civil Rights; Dixie Born White Minister Ashton Jones leads One-Man Crusade for Interracial Brotherhood; Pro Football Stars from Negro Colleges - NFL now Counts some 140 Negro Players Among its Ranks; The Trials of an Interracial Couple - Vincent and Tamara Wright of East Meadow, Long Island; 1965 Olympics for the Deaf in Washington D.C.; Washington D.C. Detective Everett Cooper and daughter Officer Everene Cooper Johnson; Dr. Charles F. Whitten head of the General Clinical Research Center at Detroit's Childrren's Hospital of Michigan; Midgets, Dwarfs fight Size Discrimination; Police Action Ignites Los Angeles Watts Riot; Military Foreign Language Factory - Defense Language Institute West Coast Branch; "Who Killed Malcolm X ?" by Allan Morrison; Camera Safari to East Africa Game Preserves; Haitian born Dr. Monestine becomes Mayor of Mattawa, Ontario;)

NOVEMBER (Front Cover; 20th Anniversary Issue - Various Covers from Over the Years; Back Cover; AD - Dewars White Label; Cover Story - Publisher's Statement - ""Ebony's Nativity" by Langston Hughes - Twenty Years of Ebony Magazine - Capsule History 1945-1965; "Black Power part 1 - Freedman Seize Reins of Power in South after passage of 1867 Voting Rights Bill"; Rock 'N' Roll becomes Respectable - James Brown - The Supremes - The Blossoms - Billy Preston and More; The Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall; Negroes in Vietnam - "We too are Americans"; Brookly Peace Corps Volunteer St. Clair Bourne Publishes Spanish Newspaper in Slum of Lima, Peru; Breakthrough on the Airlines - Negro Airmen Join Cockpit Crews; How Israel Solves its Cultural Lag; Veteran Shrimp Fleet Owner Mrs. Susie Backman of South Carolina; "Race Problem in Great Britain" text and photos by Charles L. Saunders; New Look for the Urban League - Whitney M. Young Jr.; Executive Directors Represent 72 Diverse Cities in Nation; "My Life with Lennie" by Lena Horne on Marriage to Lennie Hayton; Women's Fashion - French Fancy Flavors 1965 Fashion Fair; Women's Fashion - Elegant Gowns for Evening; Women's Fashion - Dressing Through Two Decades;)

DECEMBER (Front Cover; Eliana Pittman the Neweast Brazilian Bombshell; Back Cover; AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - Young Singer is Dazzling U.S. Audiences; "Black Power part 2 - New Laws for the Old South"; Elizabeth D. Koontz the President of the Department of Classroom Teachers; Negro Sports Stars Augument Salaries br Performing in Night Clubs; Negro Transit Firm "Safe Bus" Balks at Merger with Insolvent White Competitor; Philadelphia Paraplegic Ex-Dancer Princess Starletta DePaur Breeds Cats to Help the Handicapped; Syracuse All-American Floyd Little may Become Greatest Orandeman in School's History; Cassopolis, Michigan family business Japhia Interiors artistic Ornamental Ironworks; Negro Moves up in U.S. customs Agency; A New Life for Ron Sturrup - Convicted Murderer is Promising Writer; Washington Police Clerk John Grimes Coin Collection; Tragedy of a Compulsive Gambler; Assistant Junior High School Principal Burl Toler first Negro Official in Pro Football; The Military Ordeal of Sammy Davis Jr.; Women's Fashion - Flamboyant Furs; Rafer Johnson 1960 Olympic Decathlon Champ;)

1966;

JANUARY (Front Cover; Mrs. Nat King Cole; Back Cover; AD - Marlboro Cigarettes; Cover Story - "Why I am Returning to Show Business" by Mrs. Nat King Cole; Gale Sayers - Pro Football's Rambling Rookie; Illinois born Harvard Law Professor Patricia Roberts Harris the first United States Negro Women Envoy; Progress Report 1965 - The Year of the Vote; New York TV Teacher Norma Anderson is hit with Youths on America Samoa; Can Deep Freeze Conquer Death ?; Jim Roache CEx-Rodeo Star California Rancher turns Horse Breeder; Detroit Tenor George Shirley Leading Man at the New York Metropolitan Opera; Decisions Systems Inc. Computer Company President Thomas A. Wood; Women's Fashion - Skiing in Style; "Black Power part 3 - South Carolina Post Bellum Paradise for Negroes;)

1968;

FEBRUARY (Front Cover; Selections of Afro-American Art 1800-1950; Back Cover; AD - Camel Cigarettes; Cover Story - The Evolution of Afro-American Art 1800-1950: "Was Abe Lincoln a White Supremacist ?" by Lerone Bennett Jr.; Election of 22 Negroes to Public Office in Mississippi a Taste of Triumph; Military Waiting Wives on Lonely Kansas Outpost of Junction City, Kansas; Paris 'Soul Food' King Leroy King of Restuarant Haynes; Oldest VISTA worker Miss Mae C. Hawes still hard at work at 81; "My Country, My Hell" by Ernest Cole - South African Photographer and Author; Nebraska Vet Dr. Whit Dawkins  Rides on Horse 450 Miles to Call Attention to Forgotten Negro Cowboys; Martha and the Vandellas out of the Shadow of the Supremes;; A Farewell to an Astronaut - Major Roberet Lawrence the first Negro Astronaut; Brookly School the Waltann School of the Creative Arts; Women's Fashion - Make a Mini Dress;)

1973;

AUGUST (Front Cover; Special Issue - The Black Middle Class; Back Cover; AD - Winston Cigarettes; Cover Story - Class Patterns in Black Politics - The Black Middle Class Defined - Black Bourgeoisie Revisited - Putting Black Economic Progress in Perspective - Wellesley Class of 1973 - The 100 Most Influential Black Americans - Black Panther Image a Shift to the Middle - Striving Still in Harlem - Sex and the Black Middle Class - Young, Middle Class and Very Black - Going Broke on $30,000 a Year - "The Dilemma of the Black Middle Class" by Earl Ofari - "The Middle Class in the Black Struggle" by Bayard Rustin; Footballer George Seals Carves New Careeras Commodiities Broker; Women's Fashion - The Beautiful Feeling of Fur;Marriage and the Educated Black Woman;Flight to the White Suburbs; Cleavage and Conflict in the Black Middle Class;)

SEPTEMBER (Front Cover; Atlanta Braves Hank Aaron; Back Cover; AD - Salem Cigarettes; Cover Story - Catching Up to Babe Ruth; Suicide a Growing Menace to Black Women; Adoption Trends - The Fight for Black Babies; National Portrait Gallery - The Black Prescence in the Era of the American Revolution 1770-1800; Natalie Cole - Nat King Cole's Daughter of Sole; Atlanta the New Mecca for Young Blacks; North Carolina Correctional Center Warden Juanita Baker Reforms System; Miami mother of three Mrs. Ivory Strong - First Woman Telephone Installer Repairman in Southern Florida; Chicago's William S. White Heads Nation's Oldest Juvenile Court Division; Doris Davis her Honor the Mayor of Compton, California; How to Foil the Rip Off Man - Preventing Break Ins; Men's Fashion - An Expression of Lifestyle; Women's Fashion - The Mood of Luxury; Women's Fashion - Fashionable Jackets Top Everything this Fall;)

DECEMBER (Front Cover; Jermaine Jackson and Hazel Joy Gordy; Back Cover; AD - Salem Cigarettes; Cover Story - Love Comes to a Jackson Five; The Pointer Sisters Update the Past; Where are the Black Coaches in Pro Football ?; The Plight of Black Studies; The JPC Art Collection; The Number of Female Black Elected Public Officials Doubles in Fout Years; Men, Markets, Money - The Quest for Economic Security; Opera Star Grace Bumbry - Living is an Art; Chicago Students Visit to China; Eddie Lovett Arkansas Farmer-Librarian's Bumper Crop of Books; Alabama Federation of Co-ops Training Men for a Better Life; Inflation in the Ghetto - A Poor Man's Survival Kit; Ambassador Epiphane Mawussi from Togo Woos Big Business; Women's Fashion - Fabulous Loungerie; Josephine Baker at 67 Keeps on Going;)

1974;

MARCH (Front Cover; Congresswoman Yvonne Brathwaite Burke and daughter Autumn Roxanne; Back Cover; AD - Zenith; Cover Story - "The Kind of World I Want for my Child"; Interviews with - Sammy Davis Jr. - Walt Frazier - Lady Bird Johnson; Iowa Farmer Joe Dorgan's Strange Last Will - Leaves $400,000 to Aid Negro Race; Los Angeles Zoo Chief Vet Dr. Rosalie Reed; Detroit U.S. District Court Judge Damon J. Keith uses Law Creatively to Right Social Wrongs; General Motors Abraham Venable Helps Black Businessmen; The Legacy of Poet Phillis Wheatley; Women's Fashion - New Life for Nightie Fashion;"The Black Family - A Proud Reappraisal" by Hamilton Bims; Former Fashion Model - Lady Sara of Guyana; Women's Fashion - Return to the 1940's;)

AUGUST (Cover Story - Special Issue - The Black Child; Back Cover; AD - Salem Cigarettes; Cover Story - The Quality of Life - Teaching Your Child to Read - Children Speak out About What's Wrong with Adults - "Are we Failing Our Children ?" by Dr. Jamesw P. Comer - Introducing Your Child to Sex - The Awesome Danger of I.Q. Tests - Today's Kids are Tomorrow's Champs - Caring for the Foster Child - The Gifted Child - Malcom Bailey finds a Father - "Frankenstein and the Booker Movie" by Bill Cosby - The Working Child - An Integrated Youngster  - Growing Up in the New South - A Child of the Streets - Building a Strong Self Image in the Black Child - Children's Fashions; Movie Review "The Education of Sonny Carson";)

1977;

MARCH (Front Cover; Jimmy Carter, HUD Secretary Patricia R. Harris and U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young Jr.; Back Cover; AD - Zenith; Cover Story - Special Photo Section on the Inauguration; The 100 Best Careers for the Future; Chicago Teacher Emiel Hamberlin makes his Classes Come Alive; 23-year old Silvia Duckens carries on Casey Jones Tradition of Train Engineer; Ford Assembly Plant in Chicago Manager and Former Labor Leader - Louis M. Callaway Jr.; Black Models - More than Just Handsome Faces; Two Hobbyists Painstakingly Recreate the Magic of the Circus in Miniature - Martin Boyer and Rob Houston; Henry J. Parks gives his Rules for Success; Women's Fashion - The Working Woman's Wardrobe; Diana Ross as a Quartet of Stars in a Tv Special;)

OCTOBER (Front Cover; Donna Summer and 4-year old daughter Mimi; Back Cover; AD - Winston Cigarettes; Cover Story - Donna Summer talks about her Loves, her Child and That Rumor; How Long will You Live ?; "Ten Ways to Help Your Child Succeed" by Dr. Samuel L. Woodard; The Ups and Downs of New York Yankees Reggie Jackson; Sponsors Gobble Up Small Business Administration Contracts meant for Minorities; The Way they Were - Richard Pryor - Stevie Wonder - Andrew Young Jr. - Bill Cosby - Redd Foxx - Sidney Poitier - Jesse Owens - Jesse L. Jackson - Julian Bond - and others; Mary Fields a Gun Toting Black Woman Delivered the U.S. Mail in 1880's Montana; Mike Robinson Trains Animals for Show Business; Men's Fashion - Elegance without Exaggeration; Drastic Methods to Lose Weight; Former Long Jumper Henry Hines the Third Teaches the Pros in Tennis; LeVar Burton's Rise to Fame; Women's Fashion - Italian Couturiers Present Flowing, Moving Designs; Are Black Youth More Romantic about Love ?;)

1980;

APRIL (Front Cover; Stevie Wonder; Back Cover; AD - More Cigarettes; Cover Story - The Secret Life of Stevie Wonder; Questions you Should ask Men who want to be President; Unknown Millionaires of the Music World - Producers and Songwriters; Campus Queens at Black Colleges; Hypnosis a New Road to Victory for Talented Athletes; A Money Career for Women in Basketball; Byron Allen a 19-year old College Freshman a Success on TV's "Real People"; Missouri's Marcella A. Hayes becomes the Military's First Black Woman Pilot; Lou Rawls hosts a Telethon For UNCF; Sex and the Single Parent; Men's Fashion - Fashions for a Summer Cruise; Bodybuilding Michigan State Co-ed Patsy Champion wins "Best Body in the World" Title; A Look at Fashions in the 1970's; James Cameron was almost Lynched in 1930 Marion, Indiana;)

1981;

JULY (Front Cover; New York Fashion Model - Phyllis Cuington; Back Cover; AD - Coke; Cover Story - Fashions for the Beautiful Big Woman; Whatever Happened to Jimmy Carter's Top Blacks ?; Oil Boom for Blacks in Luoisiana; Are White's Retaking Baseball ?; Should Women have Babies after 35 ?; 23-year old Texan Little Willie Canady can Pass for an 8-year old; In Their Fathers Footsteps - Shari Belafonte - Gina Eckstine - Pamela Poitier; Irene Cara a Veteran Singer and Actress at 22; Beverly M. Danielthe only Black Woman heading a Commodity Firm; Mary Eugenia Charles is Prime Minister of Dominica;)



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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit; SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting); WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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