Founded by Carter G. Woodson Washington D.C. The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Incorporated, 1921.
First Edition. Periodical. Bound periodical. Approx. 10" x 7". , pages 93-215 pages,  page advertisement. Gray paper covers with title and contents on the front cover. Institutional stamp on the front cover. No other markings. Contents includearticles on a superior breed of abolitionists, the 1906 Atlanta massacre, radical Republican motivation, Wiliam Jennings Bryan and racism, and documents from Frederick Douglas, Thomas Eliot, and Ralph McGill. Good. Item #22461