Item #93430 The Southern Workman, Vol. XLVII, No. 9 (September, 1918)

The Southern Workman, Vol. XLVII, No. 9 (September, 1918)

Hampton, Va. Hampton Institute, 1918. Paperback. photos, pp. [417]-464. Softcover in original wrapper. 26 cm. Partially unopened. Among the contents: "Negro Women and the War," by Eva D. Bowles, Secretary for Work among Colored Women and Girls, National Board, YWCA (pages 425-426 with no photos); "Haiti and Its People," by Dantes Bellegarde (as translated by Charles M. Dupuy) (pages 434-443 with 6 photos); "The Greatest Runners in the World,'" by Lillian E. Zeh about Mexico's Tarahumares (pages 443-448 with 4 photos); a dialect short story that involves making good coffee ("Aunt Sanna Terry)," by Landon[ia] R]andolph] Dashiell, a white Virginian who appears to have had some supportive connection with Hampton (pages 449-455 with no photo); and "Mob Action" a strong statement by Woodrow Wilson condemning lynchings and other lawless mob violence (pages 456-457 with no picture). Very Good. Item #93430

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