Montgomery, Ala. Colored Alabamian Co., 1910. 15 7/8” x 11 1/8”. Bifolium. Pp. 4. Good: evidence of pencil erasure at top of front page, folded horizontally at center with mended long separations at folds.
The Colored Alabamian was published weekly in Montgomery from 1907 to 1916. This issue has a report from S.R.W. Smith, the dean of Selma University's literary department, reporting on positive changes for African Americans in politics in Knoxville, Tennessee. There's also mention of a short-lived, little known African American periodical for which OCLC locates no copies: James E. McCall's “The Colored Servant Girl.”
While OCLC lists 13 institutions that purportedly hold physical copies, at least three of them appear to only hold microfiche. Danky Hady 1672.
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