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Memphis World: Lena Horne's Career 'Fenced' By Barriers
In an interview with Lena Horne for their Herald Tribune column, Jinx Falkenburg and husband, Tex McCrary, pointed out that
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Letter Carriers Band Presents Program At Beale Center Tonite
"A Night of Music," second in a series of Fall and Winter programs by the Letter Carriers Band will be presented tonight,
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Marian Anderson In Carnegie Concert
Marian Anderson, world-famous contralto, gave her annual winter concert at Carnegie last Sunday before a large and devoted
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: MEMPHIAN AND MISSISSIPPIAN PARTICIPATE IN CAMP LIFE
WAC Recruits from Memphis and Florence, Miss., take their place with others in the company day room at Camp Lee, Va., where they
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: METROPOLITAN BAPT. CHURCH SPEAKER SUN.
Dr. E. W. PERRY
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Miss. Man Stabs Wife 32 Times
A twenty-four year-old woman was allegedly stabbed by her husband last Friday afternoon because she refused to leave her
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Muriel Rahn Sings Rol'e The Barrier
Muriel Rahn sang the role of Cora beautifully in the musical drama, "The Barrier," based on the play, "Mulatto," by Langston
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY IN PHILADELPHIA FEB, 1
The ninth annual observance of National Freedom Day will be held on Feb. 1, at Congress Hall and Independence Hall. A luncheon
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Negro Division To Hold Kick-Off For Children's Hospital Drive Feb. 3rd
Plans began to shape up for the Negro Division of the Le Bonheur Children's Hospital Campaign this week with announcement by
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Negro Planned Nursing Home Threatened By Whites
White residents of a Philadelphia area was said to have threatened to bomb property recently bought by a Negro nurse Mrs.
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Negro Planned Nursing Home Threatened By Whites
White residents of a Philadelphia area was said to have threatened to bomb property recently bought by a Negro nurse Mrs.
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Nigerian Student Receives Apology
Olusan Awani, grandson of the king of Warri in Nigeria and a student at the University of California at Berkeley, received an
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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