The Journal of Negro History, Vol. XVII, No. 2, April 1932.
Authors in this issue include G. Smith Wormley (“Educators of the First Half Century of the Public Schools of the District of Columbia”); F.J. Manheim (“The United States and Ethiopia: A Study in American Imperialism”); Charles H. Wesley (“The Neglected Period of Emancipation in Great Britain, 1807-1823”); and George F. Robinson, Jr. (“The Negro in Politics in Chicago”). Plus a memorial tribute to Julius Rosenwald, philanthropist and promoter of the education of Black Americans. The Journal was co-founded by Jesse E. Moorland and Carter G. Woodson who also co-founded what is now called Black History Month.
Description: The Journal of Negro History, Vol. XVII, No. 2, April 1932.
Menasha, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Incorporated, 1932. pp119–239. 8vo. Publisher’s wrappers. Faint foxing to wrappers; very good.