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Dear Mr. Bootlegger:

27 Jun

The New York Age, November 18, 1933

Marking a decade in America

26 Jun

According to Ellis Island records, my father arrived in the United States on November 1, 1923 from Hamilton Bermuda. He was 26 years old and single. A column that he published on December 16, 1933, notes that he worked for the Bermuda Colonist and Gazette, a daily newspaper, during his six-month stay there. He notes in this column that he had worked for the Age for eight years. Wonder what he did the first two.


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The New York Age, November 11, 1933

A vote for Tammany Hall is a vote wasted

25 Jun
Note: Fred Moore, my father’s candidate of choice, was the publisher of The New York Age at that time.

The New York Age, November 4, 1933

When Negroes reject ‘their own’

24 Jun

The New York Age, October 28, 1933

Fiorella LaGuardia for mayor

22 Jun

The New York Age, October 21, 1933

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