Negro History Bulletin, 6 Volumes + 13 Issues, 1943–1973.
The Negro History Bulletin, was a magazine aimed at elementary and high school teachers. Commencing in 1937, the Bulletin was edited by Carter G. Woodson—the “Father of Black History”—and published by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History as a companion periodical to the Association’s more scholarly Journal of Negro History.
The group comprises the complete Volumes VII-VIII, X, XIII, XVII-XVIII. Plus the following individual issues: Vol. XII, Nos. 5–6; Vol. XIV, No. 1; Vol. XIX, No. 7; Vol. XX, No. 4; Vol. XXII, No. 8; Vol. XXIV, No. 8; Vol. XXV, Nos. 4 and 7; Vol. XXIX, No. 4; Vol. 33, No. 3; Vol. 35, No. 7; and Vol. 36, No.1.
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Description: Negro History Bulletin, 6 Volumes + 13 Issues, 1943–1973.
Washington, D.C.: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1943–1973. Six bound volumes and 13 issues. 4tos. Dark blue cloth and illustrated wrappers. Numerous illustrations, many from photographs. Overall, Very Good.