Item #93429 The Southern Workman, Vol. XLVII, No. 8 (August, 1918)

The Southern Workman, Vol. XLVII, No. 8 (August, 1918)

Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1918. Paperback. photos, pp. [369]-416. Softcover in original wrapper. 26 cm. Among the contents: "Effects of the War on Southern Labor," excerpts from a speech by Monroe N. Work before the Southern Sociological Congress on April 15, 1918 (pages 381-384 with no photos); "Practical Trade Work: Hampton's New Adminstration Building," by J. E. Davis (pages 385-392 with 6 photos); "When the Indian Became 'a Person,'" by William Justin Harsha, a Presbyterian Minister (pages 393-399 with 1 photo); and "A Y. M. C. A. Secretary in Africa," by Max Yergan, an African American YMCA Secretary who was sent to East Africa with the Allied troops and was invalided to Europe after "nine attacks of African fever (pages 401-404 with no photo). Very Good. Item #93429

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