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Black Atlanta in the roaring twenties | Kennesaw State University Archives

Title, Edition: Black Atlanta in the roaring twenties,
Copy Number: 4
Place of Publication: Dover, NH
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Publication Date: 1997
Number of Pages: 128
Series: Images of America
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Description: In Black Atlanta in the Roaring Twenties, Herman "Skip" Mason, Jr., noted author, historian, and professor at Morehouse College, draws from his extensive collection of photographs and memorabilia from the Digging It Up archives, as well as private and public sources, to create a thorough look at a memorable era of glamour, progress, and achievement. From the dignity and tragedy of Tiger Flowers, world-famous boxer, to the art of Paul Poole, who photographed the energy and humanity of area residents, Black Atlanta in the Roaring Twenties is a lovingly crafted look at a proud people and their heritage.


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