The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro


32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Gene Tratton Porter - The Woman - Glimpses of Novelist's Inner Life Revealed in Intimate Talk with Friend; How the South Regards the Negro - "We shall speak with no malice in our hearts - We aim merely to be frank"; "Off Agin! On Agin! Gone Agin! - there have been 25 Premiers of France this century, almost one a year; Is Europe Satisfied with the League of Nations? - governments and peoples differ as to what benefits, if any, are to be derived; New Salem, Illinois - The Town That Put Lincoln on the Map; Passing of the Yankee Country Store - better transportation and mail order house have sounded knell of village emporium; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - there is much that can be done to lift up America's back lands lf neglect; Editorials - the true sesqui-centennial, up from slavery, scarcely any play can get by today on Broadway without a prostitute, war debts, Max Goldberg and the murder of "Lefty" Kanter; Woodrow Wilson - Master of Dreams (part 7); Traveling Around Without a Coat - a garment which becomes a symbol of respectability and passport to civilization; Voyage of the Victoria (2nd part of a series) - Finding of the Spiceries; What I Remember of Longfellow - famous Novelist's son give intimate personal recollections of the author of 'Evangeline'; The Bedouins and the Wahabis (short article); Nations take action for World Sanitation; A Dance a Week - The Minuet - with piano sheet music; R.C. (Mac) MacLeod and his Walla Walla, Washington magazine "Up-to-the-Times"; The Last of the Catawba Nation; Fantastic photos of unusual occupations - Paris rat catcher, alligator trainer, Swiss lace-maker, village musicians of Brittany, One-man travelling restaurant in Java, and a Cairo drinking water pedlar. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 8, 1926 - How the South Feels About the Negro

Author Name: Epler, Percy H.; Boyer, Townsend; Pence, Harry; Wolff, Walter M.; Barton, William E.; Bowles, Ella Shannon; Thompson, Huston; Hough, Donald; Finger, Charles J.; Hawthorne, Julian

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Native Peoples, Travel, Exploration & Adventure,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4912

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